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GERMAN WOMEN INTERESTED IN FASHIONS Household Hints . 12. .itim AaparUnanf of 1 Ulaad. Woman's dalMM ; saonshlT meeting it t Fttariar afteroooa la ths I'M tho Masoafe temple, and ' itaat donl of d'.wneslon on Jct of organising troops ot i :ta la Rock Island, U de- decided to giro tha Girl rrresMnt Its support. Miss Sharps la chairman ot onunittee. which wu pre " reappointed to Investigate ! jrtrarat and -which will be In Ol establishing it hero. M Us f-B Quinu, who bad already -jut a troop of Olrl Scouts in .action with hr playground t,iw present and spoke of the I Scout activities, answering 1S3m oa UK subject.,. Bft also j wf her willingness to turn r troop over to the Olrl Scout 3ttUe ia the department, and (Old of several other groups t th city which she knew were Htl lo rora troops or patrois. exports were given from the war- 2a committees Mrs. Margaret "eker ' cava the report of the aveleta aid committee for Ocu J! an4 November, stating that 16 -aawere met daily, 278 persms .aiUly helped and 412 inctrten Jy assisted. Mrs. Archer men ltd the need ot a now sign which Jl be secured. Mrs. C. L. Thomp m reported for the hospital com Jttae and thanked the department behalf of the committee fnrrcc laeadlng the action of the board ( tha transfer of 4l from the Meiers' aid to the hospital fund. Jt.il Paul Duffln of the moving jtnre committed reported that 17 good conditions prevailed in 0 moving picture theatres. Mrs! ' C J. Searle was nam e l halrnfah of the home bureau work, WK Mrs. X S. Hill. Mrs. C. K. rarpe, Mrs. L. L. Harris and Mrs. L. Philbrook as members of her wmittoe. ' ThsK. program, which was given ry DrA. E. Williams, included a wry (astructlve address on "Con toa and Prevention," and one on ftUhlld' Welfare" by Dr. Phebe warsa)! of Mollne. Dr. Williams axalalned lust what confectlous w were, as communuive uis contrasted to infectious dls- diseases due to living organ He outlined the causes of itadous diseases and explained tha health laws and ruling which are laid down by the state board Of health and are carried out by tha local health officers. Dr. Williams then stated his be lief that a county tubercular sani tortam would be one solution of tha problem of the prevention of contagious diseases lu Rock Island, tha 3-mill tax having been carried ha- a 'large majority at the last slactiosv He expressed the convic tioa that the isolation hospital, on Vthe river bank, which is inaccessi ble a great part of tbe year, should ae disposed of, and that tbe pres 0t municipal sanatorium snouia oe tetalned as an isolation nospitai and also for all cases requiring uarantine, since there Is no pro vision for such cases at St. An thony's hospital.' Contagious dis eases could be lesseaed in number and attendance at school be kept ap If all mild cases be sent to an institution Instead of being kept at home, when other children in the family are obliged to be kept away from sebool, with the patient. Dr. Williams recommended ' that ' the city welfare department endorse Bach a proposition and thus aid in tha control and suppression of con tagion. ' ' '( Dr. Pearsall mentioned the large infant mortality and stated that 40 per cent of the deaths of infants occur in the first month of life and that one-third are preventable. She stated that a correction of this la Btoatoble condition was largely ed ucational, that the health ot the child tdepended on the right habits Of living of both mother and child, of correct eating, correct posture, ate Tie huge infant death rate is the rasult or ignorance, deaths oc curring: because children are fed too much rather than not enough, that they are burdened with too many ; clothes rather than not tnourb. that they ara the victims of too much misplaced attention, i Man thaw hava twit sannsisk I iraah and nottoo much. '- Fathers' Night SaeeessfaL J' Fathers' Night as observed by the Parent-Teachers' Association the Fran ree Willard school last muD urns Tvry bucccsbiui. iwen- ty-four new members were taken tato the association and the sua C $41 'Iras cleared. A very iater- aatlag program was given as prr- wtanal nnnniiMit Attmr 1hek dm. gram, refreshments were served and a social hour was enjoyed. Centenary Methodist Reception. Between sixty and seventy peo- nla attended the reception given by tha ladies' aid society of the Cen tenary Methodist church at the I ehurcn' last evening In honor ot Rev. C , B. Enselmann, the new faator'ot the church. The affair was also a farewell for Rev. W. O. Oar ot East Mollne, formerly pas tor. 7 - A very interesting orocram was jiven as follows: , Song, "Brighten the Corner" Audience. Address of welcome Robert Holmes. , Piano solo Miss Irene Wood. Remarks Rev. Mr. Enselmann. Remarks Rev. A. M. Stocking. I ' Remarks William Edwards, Chairman of program committee. . Readings Rev. Mr. Enselmann. , Piaao solo Miss Irene Wood. Reading. "A Homeless Cat" Klsa LBcille Holmes. " Delicious refreshments were Berved following the program. ...... f , x - EntoriatBR Sliver Crass Circle. Mrs. C. G. Williams entertained tha Silver Cross circle of King's Tanghtera, yesterday afternoon at - home. 1708 Twenty-fourth-and-alf street There were 20 mem B. present The meetina was 'M at t o'clock la order that the i ' h ambera night sew oa garments Mrs. Henry iwenng -tor the visiting aorse, and also oa alo htaucka, who passed away a orders for the large dutch aprons few years since. . which vera so popular at4he baaar. I The wadding of 60 T Mo to Orders tor the aprons can1 be taken day took place to the bridal home from any of tha members of the in Badaartsbnrg. - Germany, the circle. Tha sum of ilO was voted couple coming to America m ism. to tha Welfare association, and .They made their tfome plans were discussed for the manyjwano, Wis., until 1895 when they actiyKlaa for the circle affairs to came to Davenport. beTspon sored la the near future. I Mr. Meincke has been a porter At a late hour delightful refresh- employed with tha Froeschle oom meats were served by the hostess, pany and since removing to the Tha next meeting will be held Jan. country from the, former home at 14 at the home of Mrs. Keith Col-J 103 Lincoln avenue, he haa been line, 1M0 Eighth avenuftl ' the city dog tax collector. . I There will be a wedding dinner I fin,-,,., reaHeev'- for ' Hm tomorrow noon for the family and AIUnMB (VZZt. . ,the afternoon will be given over Mrs. J. M. Verier at her home, to an "at home" and. open .tow 16 Bridge avenue. .Davenport, en- and all friends are invited; to calL tertalned a company of thirty-Bvel . . friends Informally Thursday after - noon, as a courtesy for Miss Mae Chambers, who , leaves following the holidays for New York, where she will resume her study of voice.' day eTenIng at 7:3 o'clock at the Roses and chrysanthemums were home of Mrs. E. H- Dtmavin, 1030 artistically used in decorating. Miss Fifteenth - street A Christmas Chambers gave a group of live Missionary offering will be token songs. Mum Gertrude Branigan for outgoing missionaries. All was accompanist, and also gave ' members are urged to be present. several solo numbers. Tea was served, with Mrs. Louis Kobn or Rock island pouring. Assisting In serving were Mrs, Herbert IQmu- u,wst orated tho tea table. I half street Reports for the year Mrs. Tower Entertains C W. B. m. were gtren and were -very satis Mrs. George Tower entertained 'factory. Officers were elected for the C. W. B. M. of the Memorial the new year as follows: Christian church last' evening ati president Mrs. William tJHe- her home, 2845 Seventh avenue. Twenty members were present. The usual business was transacted -ana the members voted to take up a new study, s study in the form of -t travelogue, leader. Mrs. Eva Sinn was the Dfnaer-Iiance at R. I. Club. Thirty couples enjoyed the dinner-dance at the Rock Island club last evening, the first of the series ot family night affairs, which are to be held reeularly every " two, weeks berinnlne with Jan. 7. Wrix on's orchestra played for the danc ing which followed the dinner. Elks' Dance Enjoyable Affair. One of the largest and most en.- iab.m a swP tha burial nt riimrfne parties sponsored by the Elks and lady Elks was given last evening at the Elks' club rooms, uver one,"' ""y'."" , . " . ' " hundred couples were present, a awarded the prize in hearts Piano number of Davenport and Mollne selections were given by Kenneth couples and several people from Wenninger, and Miss .Gwendolyn Muscatine Aledo and Kewanee be- Smitn 8anB several solos. At a ing on6 thefts Music late hour a delicious four-course 'furnished6 by White's orchestra. Si'S v.... ......I.lnl .num. thou hp- ' " ... - lllg SCVOiai UltUiBi vv ovv.aof per bag dances, broom dances. moonllRht dances, etc. At 11 o'clock me ngn wre "; ' at the regular meeting of theLong musi4 stopped and t!ie Elks exalt- feHow farent.Xeachers. associa ed toast was delivered by Exalted u he,d terdB afternoon at Ruler Daniel K. Brennan. Punch the gchooL Tne program waa glv. was served during the evening. An- en ag folIowg. nouncement was made last evening Crad,e nym'nRuth Olson and that the next party sponsored by , MiUicent DaniBten of Miss Hyl- lae HiiKS wuuiu ub iuo .-cw eve midnight revue. Clear 190 From Sale. Approximately $90 was cleared from the ceffee and sale held yes terday afternoon at the First Pres byterian church by the ladies' aid society. A goodly numoer oi friends called during the hours and were served. Aprons, rugs and fancy articles were on sale and there was a parcels post table as well. - - Fannie Upland Circle. The Fannie Cleland circle of the Broadway Presbyterian church met last evening at the home of Mrs. Tlna'Coe, 1206 Fourteenth street, and elected the following officers for the new year: President Miss Ada Storbeck. , Vice president Miss Hazel Gil man. Secretary Miss Helen Bartz. Treasurer Miss Virginia Lee. Chairman program committee Miss Natalie SouiTers Delicious .refreshments were served at the close of the meeting Loyal Bereans Elect The election of officers was the principal business At the meeting of the Loyal Bereans of the Me morial Christian church held last evening at the home of Mrs. E. M. wx rt i a. t si An m a. mi " ivi weiiLU SI ret I. 1Q6 Tret-G. wnih.te. ' Vice president E. M. Wright. Secretary Miss 'Nena Ficken scher. Treasurer Mrs. N. G. Willhtie. Teacher Mrs. F. A. Graves. ' Regular business was transacted and plans were made for sending Christmas baskets; Following the business session, refreshments were served and a social time was enjoyed. Begnlar Clnb Family Sight The regular club Family night was observed at the Rock Island club last evening, with about seven ty-five in attendance.. Dinner was served and informal dancing was enjoyed. Music was furnished by Wrixon's orchestra. The club nighta are held every other 'Fri day evening for members of the club and, their families, the next of tne. series to oe on Jan. J. Celebrate Golden Wedding;. Yesterday was, the golden wee ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Meincke, who make their home with their son and his fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. August Meincke of rural -route No. 1, the Middle Road, DaTenport, Vand tomorrow has been chosen for the gathering of their large and happy family, and a special Jollification will be held at the August Meincke home on that occasion. Their five living children, all residents of this community, August, Fred and Mrs. Wm. Bauera ot tliis city. Otto and Mrs. Verna Timm of Rock Island, with 22 grandchildren and four great- grandchildren will be present to, extend good wishes and coniratu- lations and help make the day one uwi Ui tuu u rccsiien lor m piemesBi memories, sir. ana Mrs. Meincke hava lost two children, , M tfl. Dtsgatrrs of Coreaaat to Meet. The Daughters ot the Covenant tne First Methodist church will hnM their December meeting Taee- Workers Glass Elects. The Workers' Class of the First Baptlst chnrch met last evening at the home of Mrs. George Saunders.' 1012 Fourteenth and-a- meyer Vice nresident-Mrs. O. L. Smith. , Secretary Mrs. George Lee. " Treasurer-vMrs. W. K. Crandell. Plans for Christian work were , also discussed. Following tne business session, refreshments were served and a gocial time was enjoyed. Entertain as Farewell. Mr, hnd Mrs. H. L. Pfennlnger entertained about twenty-five rela lives at their home, 1928 Ninth and-a-half street, last evening, the affair belnf in the nature kof a farewell, as Mr. and Mrs. Pfennin er are to leave next week for an extended visit ia California. The ! evening was spent with games of 500 and hearts. Mrs. Will Tiede- mann and George Cardall won the Prizes for high score in the games "' "" --j. Iowa, was an out-of-town guest. r. T. A. Christmas ProcTam A Christmas program was given ".bert's room Dramatization, "A Puritan Christ mas'Pupils of Miss Scball's room. Talk, "Child Health" Miss Low ry, the school nurse, ' A short business session was held and the' annual asessment of $10 was voted to the Jolly Tar .Boys' fund. Mrs. J. Wright report- e a number of subscriptions for the Mothers' magazine, and turned the money over to the treasury. Plans were also discussed for the sale of tickets for the children's operetta which is to be given next Friday in the Longfellow school gymnasium. Details of the affair will be given out later. Study Department to Meet Mrs. Grace Freeman will have charge of the meeting of the study department of the Rock Island Woman's club Monday afternoon. The topic vftll be "Islands Off the Eastern Coast." Mrs. T. B. Davis will lead the citizenship instruc tion. The -meeting is called tor 7:30, and any member of the Rock Island Woman's club is invited to oin the department. Mrs. Chansky President Mrs. J. C. Chansky was elected president of the Central bible class at the meeting held yesterday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Ber nard Rinck, 1405 Seventh avenue. Mrs. Thomas McLean was chosen vice president and Mrs. Jacob Franzenburg secretary-treasurer. There was a splendid turnout of members. Mrs. J. T. Mordy had charge of the devotionals. At the business session the annual Christ mas basket was planned. The host ess, assisted- by Mrs. C. O. Griffin, served a dainty lunch. W. T. C L. Elections. The annual meeting of the Wom an s Trade Union leagussrwas held last evening and officers elected tor the new year as follows: '- President Mrs. M. M. Burns. Vice president Mrs. E. Borell 'Recording secretary Mrs. L. Slater. . Financial secretary Mrs. J. C. Lyon. Conductress Mrs. Eaton. The league, members made plans to give a card party Monday after noon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Rock Island house. The public is in vited. The next regular meeting will be held Jan. 15 at Industrial home. Jolly Workers Meet. The Jolly Workers' class of the First Methodist church met at tbe home of the teacher, Mrs. C. W. McPike. 1206 Twenty-second street last evening. A short business ses sion was held, after- which games Were played and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Jan. 14 at the home of Miss Veotta McKinley, 619 Twenty-third street. - To Hold Aannal Bacar. Barbara Frictchte tent. No. SI. Daughters of Veterans, will hold their annual bazar Wednesday at Memorial hall in the courthouse. The hours are from 1 ta 5 o'clock. A full line of fancv work, anmna nil. low casea etc, will be displayed at reasonaoie prices, and coffee, sand- witches sad eaka win ha rw! during the afternoon. .All members . 1 yi , i. i r.Li.5e:.n.,.,.i -.i.ii 1 BY. EL0I8E. We are always reading about what petite Made .wears a the Pa risian races and now comes word that Gretchen, dasteutsches Maed chen. 4s also attending the races at the Grunewald race track In Ger many. By tbe looks of the photo graphs the chic Marie has nothing on ziemliche Gretchen when it comes to smart and fashionable clothes. v All the frocks and wraps in this erouD of five might take' thelri place beside the Paris styles. At the extreme left is a white frock trimmed with monkey fur at the neck and cuffs. There is a- row of are asked to have their donations at the hall as early as possible on that date. Chairmen of the various com-, mittees are, Mrs. Bernice oh, fancy work; Mrs. Amelia Ague, aprons; Mrs. Selina Ramson, pil Iaw -jups! Mrs. Marv Barth. auilts: and Mrs. Nellie Milton, dining room. A cordial invitation ts extenaea 10 the general public. v Center Station P. T. A. E. C. Fisher gave a very interest- ine address at the regular meeting ! of the Parent-Teachers' association of the Center Station scnool neiu yesterday afternoon at the school house. A very interesting program was given, following which" refresh ments were served and a social time was enjoyed. .Another Danee'Dee. 29. - Trl-city young people will wel-( come the announcement made to day that another of -the series of dances arranged by Arthur J. Al-j' len oi mis cuy ana ituiauu ueuuic oi jnoiine, win ue gi1 im hctiucb- day evening, uec. tv. ine auair will be held at the Moline Com mercial club and Miedtke's seven piece orchestra has been engaged . nlnw trw tha anrin. ProvinilS nances sponsureu vy uimc iu , 9 1 . U .OTA young women had proven so suc cessful that this one is. expected to be an event also. Farewell for Mrs. Dean. Mrs. H. S. Sweeney of 1903 West Fifth street, Davenport, entertained ' at a farewell party last evening for Mrs. V. W. Dean, formerly of this; city, who is leaving next week for i Greenfield, Ind., to make her fu-J ture home. . The evening was spent with games and music. Prizes in the games went to Miss Glaltos Hosier,' Mrs. Sweeney and Mrs. I Dean. At 10:30 supper was serv-i ed, and the table carrying out the Christmas suggestion!. There was a miniature tree that formed the centerpiece and there was a Christ mas favor at each place. Girl Reserves Meeting. The regular weekly meeting of the grade school girl reserves was held yesterday afternoon at the V. W. C. A. The girls were divided into definite groups for the first time since the new plan Of meet ings has gone into effect, and some of the clubs elected officers. The girls were very enthusiastic over the Sunday Girl . Reserve . hour, which is being held every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 4 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. A number of girl re serves enjoyed a quiet homey hour last Sunday -afternoon, and even more are expected for tomorrow. A story telling hour will be held, and each girl who attends is asked to bring 5 cents for refreshments which will be served. Any grade school girl reserve in the city is in cited. ; Chicago Professor ta Address flub. Flth Dr. Herbert L. WilletTof the University of Chicago as speak er, and songs by Miss May Cham bers for the music. Monday's pro gram of the Davenport Woman's club at St John'a chnrch promises to be one of -the most entertaining and worth while of tho season. The program is at 2:30. Dr. Willett will speak on "The Place of the Pilgrims in American History." As he is one of the most scholarly speakers, and deep think er of his church, he will have a message of unusual import tor Dav enport women. x Miss Chambers' song will be the aria ."Villenelle" of DelAcqua, with Miss Gertrude Branlgan as accom panist. The art and literature depart ment ot the club has the meeting In charge and Mrs. Cora Compton will Introduce the cpeaker. Sodal Aaaoaneomenta. ( The Queen Esthers of the snn. ear Memorial Methodist church will meet Monday afternoon at the home of MrsJ A. a Larrison, 814 Farty-third afreet riXHEMENfpM)A3r eyvveciTH m.moriartv i WL " . w Byi,y,.;,.f P ' T H- - MORIiiimXiiiSlf aryf IB b i V ! Lf f f I ' lira. W. S. Marshall and Mrs. John R. Drake, photographed on liner Car mania. Two American women who have been working abroad to save ba bies recently returned home with tales ot the good which American money is doing and with several decorations. The two women are Mrs. W. S. Marshall and Mrs. John R. Drake of New York city. These women toured a year ago for the American free milk and relief for Italy. They were given an enthu 8iashtic reception by the people of Flume on their arrival there in a special train provided by the Ital ian government. ' Mrs. Drake, who is .president of the relief organizatiqn, has receiv ed three decorations for her work. One from the president of the Ital ian Red Cross, one from the mayor of Rome - and the gold medal of Fiume from Gabriele d'Annunzio. She also received a personal letter of commendation from d'Annunzio, and was granted a 35-minute inter view with the pope. ; The milk stations which were or ganized throughout Italy saved the lives of thousands of Italian chil dren during the - last tww years. Mrs. Drake and MrsMarshall re turned to America to report on the work of their committee. . Women Candidates. Complete Information on the women's vote and how it affected the recent election Is still fragmen tary. A few scattered items, how ever, are obtainable. . - '- Though Colorado went Republf ran. Miss Inez Lewis Johnson, a Democrat, was elected county su perintendent of El Paso county, Another victory which the women claim was the election of Judge Ben Lindsay, who was returned to the Juvenile court the only Dem ocrat .elected in Denver. Five women were, elected to the lower house of the Connecticut legislature.- They are four Repub licans and a Democrat The largest woman vote In the history of Kansas waa reported. buttons that runs from neck to hem and a pretty cobwebby design in black runs through the material. To the right of this frock is a suit and cape combination of navy taf feta and cloth with a deep collar of Australian opossum. . Tbe hat is a draped turban trimmed with the unruly ostrich feathers which droop over the face. ; V- At the extreme right is a smart cape which attracted especial at tention.. It is of striped accordion pleated material matching the frock which is worn with it. A large feather tricorn hat Is worn with it. The coat to the left is a simple but effective model with a high collar and front panel with fringe and button trimming. A black cloth coat dress is shown below. It is simply made, but gor geously trimmed with silver em broidery. A- lasseled cord marks the waistline. Miss Lorraine Wooster was re elected as state superintendent of Isublic instruction. It has been as serted mat tne vote tor Miss Wooster showed approval of her stand against cigaret smoking in the schools, and the efficiency of the teaching force under her ad ministration. Four women, three Republicans and a Democrat, were elected to the Kansas legislature. In Louisiana Miss Ediifl Brown Dailey was elected to the state con stitutional convention, and Mrs. A. E. Baumgarden to the New Or leans school board. Minnesota showed a large female registration. The on woman can didate on the Farmer-Labor tick et was defeated. v Democrats ran 10 women for the New Hampshire legislature. Only one of these, Mi3s Mary Famum, was elected. Miss Jessie Doe, a Republican, was another successful candidate. To the New Jersey legislature will go Mrs. Margaret B. Laird and Mrs. Jennie Van Ness, both Repub licans, and both prominent suf fragists, v t . Ohio counties elected three wom en to important offices. Miss Mary K. Davey was chosen prosecuting attorney of Hocking county, defeat ing her Democratic opponent by 170 votes. Miss Florence E. Allen was elected common pleas Judge in Cuyahoga county, the largest coun ty in Ohio, defeating the qfher can didate by. more than 11,000 votes. Mrs. Abbie Nye Norton was elected probate Judge in Lake county. Women candidates for a few minor offices in South Dakota were successful. Oldest War Pensioner. Mrs. Lydia Winebrenner; sji lives in the foothills of the Laurel Hill mountains, near Greenburg, Pa., is the oldest pensioner of the Civil war. She is 103 years of age and despite her age keeps a little garden and tiny home. Men Hint BREAKFAST. Oatmeal with Raisins Finnan Haddie Balls Corn Muffins ' Coffee LUNCHEON. Cha39 Timbales, Cream Sauce . Baking Powder Biscuits Pineapple Trifle DINNER. , Chopped Beef in Casserole Winter Squash Baked Sweet Potatoes Mocha Pudding Coffee . Candies. Chocolate Creams Two cups of powdered sugar, three-quarters cup water. Boil live minutes. Beat into cream 'and-form In drops. Melt three-quarters cup chocolate scraped In bowl and set over steam to melt Dip drops in chocolate and place on wax paper. Fruit Caramels One-half pound dates, one-half pound figs, one-half cup peanut butter. Clean dates and figs well, put through meat grinder, then mix in peanut butter. Shape In lone roll and place in cool place. Cut in small pieces with sharp knife and wrap in wax paper. Dishwashing Helps. To remove the discoloration on the tips of spoons or other dishes made by egg yolks, use a little ta ble salt applied with a soft cloth; then wash in hot suds, dry and pol ish with old wiping towel. To cleanse vinegar cruets and other glassware on which unsightly deposits have accumulated, fill the bottle with a half-dozen buckshot or small pebbles and warm water, to which is added a pinch of baking soda and a sprinkle of washing powder. Shake vigorously. If the deposit Is very thick leave over night. Then rinse thoroughly with clean hot water. If there is good hot water in the faucet try this way of rinsing the dishes: Stack the dishes upright in the drying pan and pour on a liberal supply of hot water. hTe dishes will dry themselves. If you have a section of rubber tubing at tach to the faucet , and spray through the tubing. The drainboard should always be at the left of the sink, and high enough to prevent stooping at work. Have stacking surface to the right. Wash dishes of same size to gether. The dishpan should con FAMOUS FOa COATS AND T r- Ymilt &(h - THE BUST STORE ON FIFTH AVEM'E Specials for Tonight Men's Cotton Jersey percale and madras Shirts, excellent pat terns, C each $L,Lo 46 inch Beads, per strand . . Women's Carterette Silk Knickers, braid, ribbon trim, extra special, tC garment. . P3 I O Vest to match, each $5.00 Modern Magazine six leads, each .... Men's Blue Cheviot Work Shirts, all siz es, each . at .... .. 95c Glass Bead Neck laces, various colors, 23 inch AQ strand 17 f Women's Italian Silk Vests, Kaiser and Van Raalte brand, bodice top, limit of 2 to a cus- d " Afi tomer, ea. Men's pure thread Silk Hose, all colors, all sizes, pair . . . . Rpiehkr's Toilet Water, fancy bottle, S:....$I.OO, Spiehler's Perfumes fancy bottles, rj?r boxed, Women's fancy Silk Hose, black, navy and heather shade. per pair .. $1.50 8-inch Grass Sewing Basket, cir- OQ cular, each . . Qy 1 Beaded Bags, priced from $8.00 to $85.00, choice of the entire stock One-Third Off iform to the size and shape of the strain less. , To clean a tea or coffee pot thi has a rim of deposit inside fill th. pot with warm water to which cm! j uttii icBBpuumui oi washing nn jder is added. Let stand until itT." inext meal; pour off, rinse In ci! 1 1. ... . i ... vle-r uui water uu lay wun ton off I. the air and sun. M Never place the dishes or utn sils which have contained custard gelatine, egg or starchy food direct! ly Into hot water; always scran thoroughly first and rinse in cold , mcu nuu iu not water One of the important uses of dish washing Is to sterilUe th dishes so they will be perfects 'sanitary before the next meal li . can be done only if the water it hot enough, and also if it contains some natural sanitary cleanjin, agent, like a good soap or wasaini powder. j Sandwiches. I A very good filling 'for sand- 'wiches: Put throueh tho , grinder one-half pound cheese, two tuin uuivus, mi wun two table spoons chili sauce. Spread en white or brown bread, j Cakes. ! Walnut Loaf Cake One hurt uut ui augur, uue ana one-naif cubs butter, ona and one-half cups ot sweet milk, three eggs (beaten sen arately), two and one-half cups of flour, two teaspoons baking pow der, two caps chopped raisins, one cup walnut meats. It makes a fine cake for Christ mas. Apple Sauce Cakes One cup ap ple sauce, one cup sugar, a little nutmeg (grated), one teaspoon co coa, one teaspoon cinnamon, one third cup butter (melted), one tea spooon sda, flour enough to make a batter that will drop from spoon. Bake In gem tins. Icing: One cup brown sugar, one teaspoon cocoa, milk enough to moisten. FOR SWEDISH MASSAGE Call Walter A Freeman Phone R. L .1709-1. Res. 1606 Thirty-second Stmt Fine mesh and fish scale bags, silver fin ish and chain handle each at . . . . $5.25 strand pearl various sizes 85c Women's Fiber Silk Hose, black, white and colors, gfj Big group of Dres ser Scarfs, QC- lace edge.each 00 C silver finish Pencils, 89c Large bottle Jergens Toilet Water, boxed, each uL .... . 75c For Little Girls Buy a cap for dolly, special tonight Knit Hockey Caps for dolls, all colors, each.. Ivv 98c 1 oz. JTgens Per fumes, fancy bottle, boxed, tach . . $1.00 each. Kiddy Art Apron?, stamped for ap pliqueing, pink, blue aelr:.... 69c Silk Moire Bags, black, brown and na vy, priced from $5.00 to $19.50, choice at One-Half Off.