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TTIE ROCK ISEA NT) ARGUS. SATURDAY, .TUXK 8, 1912.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have Just
bought some new clothespin, and I
And they are very l.rittl. They
break while 1 am pinnit.g the clothes
fn ti.e Can I iin anything to
them so they won't be a total Iobs to
me? I cannot afford to buy clothes
pins every day. MR?. V. P.
; v r,., .-..t'Ft That you rover the
clo; h pir.s with water ai.d put on
the stove to boil a few moments; then
quickly dry tt. cm. If thin la done
r,ne or twhe a month yon will find
them more durable. It Is well to
trca a'l clothespins in thin way orca-ftim.r-tly;
tl.cy lust letter, a.'id, of
rotirf", :.re i leaner.
Pf-.r Mrs. Thompson: I am en-g.-.grd
to a young man who really is
! i . v -. , v X e t t bat
If v . i!I rat onions, and he knows I
ni"-i !f thim. Ui-.illy, irs. Thomp
son, t ii- of the::) makes the ill.
and 1 can't hear to have him come
nr-ir me or efn to have him talk to
n.e af: -r he has been eating them.
!'e a i s tl.ev a re healthy, and he
like them. rr: l he doesn't why
he i.lior,bl t-top rating them Just be-crivi-'-
J am f oculifr about them. Now
what .'!..'.!! I do about this? 1 am
v '.' 1 but I an't have
h'.m Fer-ed with onions all my life.
I t1 rather rut b -irrv Hmi. though it
will bnak in v hinrt if I don't.
The young n.an Is probably tens
ing vou to some xietit. I know that
the odor of onions Is extremely odi
ous to some people, and where one
knows that others do not share the
love of this really healthful veeeta
ble he will be displaying courtesy by
not esiting them and carrying the
odor en his breath. Vou may pro
tect yourself from snroynnce by cul
tivating a liklnr fur onions yourself.
The one who eats onions never de-
tects their odor In the breath of an
other. However, I woud have a talk
with the young man. Tell him how
fond of him you are, how unhappy
he makes you, and beg him as a par
ticular favor to you, not to eat any
of the odorous vegetable before he
visits you. Tell htm you will try and
cultivate a taste for them to please
hlm If he wishes It, but meanwhile
to not give them to you "'secondhand."
Dear Mrs. Thompson. Will you
please tell me how to clean a nice
straw hat bo it won't turn yellow?
It is v.rv uri'id straw and I would
like to weir it again this summer.
Get wallpaper cleaner, moisten it
a little and clean the hat with this.
It will come out as good as new. If
thfr" are any particular spots that
don't come out after the cleaning,
dampen a clean cloth and rub over
the spots: it will take them out. Lay
Inc a hat over night in corn meal
moistened with gasoline Is also good,
r.rueh out next morning. The pro
cess may have to be repeated once
or twice, though.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am mak
ing a present for a girl friend who
is to be a bride next month. What
initials shall I embroider in it?
The initals of the bride's maiden
tained Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mr. Charles Brunstrom,
River Rest, 4216 Rer drive, Mo
line. Mrs. Gus Lindvall of Moline
captured first prize In the game of
iCO, and Mrs. Charles IT'emeyer of
Rock l?land took second prize. This ;
was the largest meeting of the or- j
ganization ' each member bringing a
1 guest. A delightful luncheon was
' served. It was decided at this meet
j ing that the Rock Island County
j Druggists' association and families
j should hold a Fourth of July basket
I picflic at the Brunstrom home, the
location on the bank of the Mlssiss
I ippi being ideal for the afternoon's
j outing. Captain H. V. Burt and Cap
I tain Charles Strate, the Rock Island
druggists, w ill have their launches at
; the disposal of the druggists for the
day. This outing will take the place
j of the next auxiliary meeting, which
I would fall on the Fourth.
The committee elected by the Fed
eration of Men's societies of the Swed
ish churches at their meeting yester
day afternoon decided to hold a Swed
ish national festival at Prospect rark
In Moline, Monday, June 24. The af
fair will be in the nature of a basket
picnic and each family will be ex
pected to bring a well-filled basket.
A committee of two men from each
church will serve coffee and tc cream
on the grounds. The program com
mittee met this afternoon at 4 o'clock
to decide upon the day'a entertain
ment. The committee-at-large will
meet next Tuesday afternoon, when
the final arrangements will be completed.
mrs. dunn hostess. .
mil-v (;koi;;k i. iu nn enter-
tnine.l the membfrs of the music'
Ktitily department of the Woman's
rlult Thin i-d.iy af t. riiitDii at her home
on Sixth avenue at a social Hireling,
the m hedultd umly iu(ctiiiKt for tht:
year having rloM-d with the meeting
arly in .May. A delightful program
was L-Meu. with iplrtididly rendered;
vital, pi.iiio at: 1 xlohti numliei'H and
a tin .it informal social was followed
by 'it M-rvltm of delirious refresh-mrr-s
by the hosTes. About thirty
members enjoyed the afternoon. A
Eat What You Want
r..it what you !int and when you
want it und "lugcstit." Two or
thiee tnhlcts after meals digests all
the food, prevents distress, relieves
in.lifo' imi instantly. Krowns li-M-M:t
i a little tablet easy to swal
low, absolutely harmless. It has
relieved thousands a'.d is gauranteed
to plriise you, if tiol your money re
fur.ded - .".i.e. The lUrper House
feature of t lie afternoon was an in
vitation from Mrs. A. H. Arp to hold
study meetings in 1913 at her com
modious home, Tis Fifth avenue,
Moline, and this was enthusiastically
;;rieiited. All meetings of 1912-13
will be h"hl at the Arp home, except
tu at of November, when Mrs. Wil
liam Hutterworth will entertain at
"Hill Cri-st." when an organ rental
will he tile feature of the meeting.
The liunn home was attractive
Thursday with a profusion of white
peonies artistically placed, the dining
room, where the luncheon was serv
ed In buffet style, being especially
I charming in Its decorative scheme,
j M ss Maud Miller assisted the host-
ssi. The program :
I I'iano, Norwegian Wedding Mjrch
i i (irteg ) Mrs. J. R. Tuckls.
Voire, (at Wldmug ( Schumann 1;
ibt Irish Love Song (Lang) Mrs.
'. lie J aeter.
Violin (at Ilomane (Svedsen);
(in Serenade (Drlal Mrs. Oertrude
I'iano (at The Hrook (Stevlich);
(bt Marrhe Crotesnue (Sinding)
Miss Josephine Sheldon.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY,
Chapter 15, of the Rock Island Coun
j ty Druggists' association, was enter-
OCSTAF A. JOHNSON', OF 1311
Tenth street, Moline, and Mies Hll-j
; da Katherlne . Oustafson of Cable,
' were united in marriage Wednesday
afternoon at the home of the bride's
father, only relatives and very near
friends being present. Rev. Ulrlck
Ronnqulft, pastor of the Swedish
Lutheran church of Swedona per
; formed the ceremony. Miss Mabel
1 Swanson, a near friend of the bride,
played the wedding music. After a
wedding luncheon the couple depart
ed for a brief wedding trip. They
will later be at home In Moline at
002 Fifth avenue. Mr. Johnson la
employed at the Moline Plow eom
j pany plant. He Is a member of the
Swedish Olive Male chorus.
A CHARMING PRETTY CHURCH
wedding waa that Thursday evening
iu the Swedish Methodist church, Mo
line, which united the Uvea of Miss
Esther Eleanor Ekfitam and Rev. Ar
thus H. Challman of Hector, Minn.,
the church being filled with friends of
the young people for the ceremony
which was performed by the pastor,
Uev. N. P. Glomaker, assisted by the
Rev. Mr. Anderson of Davenport. Mrs.
Frank E. Peterson, sister of the bride,
was matron of honor and Miss Jennie
Carlson was bridesmaid. Ienus Ex
stam, brother of the bride, was best
man. The couple will reside at Hec
tor, where the bridegroom Is pastor of
the Swedish Methodist church.
FLOWER MISSION DAY.
FLOWER MISSION PAY WAS OB
served today by the ladies of the W.
C. T. U. The Inmates of hospitals and
I Jails were first called upon aud then
' the street car men and the sick were
j visited. Each received a bouquet, at
; t ached to which was a card contain
ing some scriptural quotation. These
are always cheerfully received, espe
cially by those who are shut In on
account of ill health. Sunday being
the anniversary of the birth of Mrs.
' Jennie Cassiday, the founder of the
custom, is the regular Flower Mission
day, and hence the observance today.
Eleven to seven! A merchant who knows
says that it costs him eleven cents per de
livery by horses and seven by Ford cars.
The difference? Due partially to the tre
mendously increased cost of living for Dob
bin, but mainly to the wonderful efficiency
of the Ford.
All Fords are Model T's all alike except the bodies.
The two passenger runaiout costs JV.' the five-pa.-sengrr
touring car I'p'.'O the delivery car $700
the town car l?"n f. o b. Detroit, completely
i-;uitped. let latest catalogue from Horst c
S'-'rter company. Second avenue. Just across the
I'nf t from the court house. Rock Island, 111.-
ilrfct from Detroit f.n tory.
MASONIC DANCING PARTIES.
THT ACACIA CUB. FORMER-
1.. Xtuc.nO. nnnr-lm, .-titK
I LUC tliaDUUII. LllllVllin V ill'.,
I has completed arrangements for
j a series of three dancing par
1 ties this summer to be given
j at Hlack Hawk's Watch Tower on the
j evenings of June 1'7, July 2o and Aug.
-'J. The personnel of the committee
; having charge of the parties is as fol
lows: S. R. Davis, James Mirfield,
j Arthur Harms, Otto Schwenker, J. I
i Hickey and H. O. Welch. Taarman's
t orchestra will furnish the music for
' the series.
I MISS NOTOVENA FAGER STECK
I presents 12 of her pupils In a plano-
forte recital at her studio. 1301 Fourth
j avenue, Friday, June 17, at 4 p. m.
j The following pupils will participate
in the program, w hich is arranged in
two parts: Marguerite Cook, Marian
I Piemon, Eugene Burton, Irene Ham
; merich. Oenone Apple, Alberta Glasco.
Carl Rexlne. Marian Atkinson. Marian
; Brown, liorothy Katipke. Dorothy Nel-
son and Ruth ISurch. Mis Stetk will
assist with some of the duets.
LILY CINCH CLUB.
THE IJLY CINCH LI B MET YES
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Paul Himsberger. 5"2 Fifth street:
Mrs. K. Krager won first prize. Mrs.
Robert Ransom second, and Mrs. Ben
(lahagen received the consolation. The
next meeting of the club will he held
in two weeks at the home of Mrs.
G. P. Hoist, 50S Twelfth avenue.
TRINITY MEN'S CLUB.
THE TRINITY MEN'S CU B WILL
hold its next regular meeting Tuesday
evening, June 11. Supper will be
served at 6.43, after which E. J. Stacs
house will give dramatic readings.
CHURCH SOCIETY SUPPER.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the First M. E. church will give a
supper at the residence of Mrs. .1. F.
Robinson on Twentieth 6treet at C
o'clock tiext Friday evening.
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO, JL iL ...
Call Especial Attention to the
and Campers' Supply Dept.
Now that the summer has really come to stay we turn our attention to rec
reation and pastimes. Our Sporting Goods and Campers' Supply Department
is complete in every way for the party that want just the right thing in Fish
ing Tackel, Baseball, Supplies, Tennis and camping untensils.
Shakespeare three-piece Tlam
boo Bait Rods with enameled
grip and nickeled reel 6eat,
84 to 9Vi feet, T f
Shakespeare three-p I e c e
split Bamboo Bait Casting
Rods, in all grades from
$5.75 down to
split Bamboo Bait Rods, ma
chine rnde, finished with
Cork Grip, Nickel Reel Seat
and mount- f
Shakespeare Steel Rods in
F.ait and Bait Casting lengths
all grades from $5.00 each
Furnished Lines, assorted
good quality at
each 1 J O
Silk Lines, a large nssorti
ment. at 11.25 tZgg
down to ,...JVFO
Landing Nets with frame,
each $l.9S, 5Q
ana r m
Stahl & Dean's Fireder Gloves in all
grades from $3.50 each dowiw fY-
to each 3vrC
Stahl & Dean's Catcher's Mitts in all
styles and grades, from $7.(Q
each down to each C53t
Best quality Baseball Bats, assorted
American League halls
20 Off on All of Our Baseball Uniforms.
Lawn Tennis Racquets
Tpli'3ri Surprise racquet fill tZ. 1 The Columbia fill t f VA '
JA eaCh J7 I JU' racquet, each 40UU ijHk '
CiOTWK Wk S. The Hub racquet fii O C ( The Ixing Wood C l d f lC fStr
MjBfimMf, NS. each mmUXJ racquet, each JJlOOU J flT
rilill'IAJ' The Country Club fiiO A The Champ'on fl? A ' ' cl 'V'lX
Arsenal Golf club. An informal dance
will be given afterward.
LAST CLUB PARTY. .
AN INFORMAL DANCING AND
card party, the last of the season, is
to be given at the Rock Island club
l.ext Tuesday evening.
Typos Elect Officers.
The following officers have been
named by the Tri-City Typographical
union to direct the affairs of that or
ganization during the ensuing year:
President Marx Harder, Rock Is
land. Vice-president Charles Morgan.
Recording secretary F. A. Murrin,
Financial Secretary C. S. Osborn.
Auditing committee Ed Geer.
Rock Island; Clarence Meerdink, Dav
enport, L. N. Gansworth, Davenport.
Executive committee Charles Mor
gan, Davenport; C. P. McQuaid, Rock
Island; W. A. Nelson, Moline.
Sergeant-at-arms W. White, Mf line.
NO TRUTH AS TO
A published report to the effect
that there is a possibility f the
Blake Specialty company removing
its factories to an Indiana location is
positively denied by the company. It
is admitted that a representative of
the Indiana town came to Rock Is
land aud offered the Industry induce
ments to change its location, but the
repreEentative came unsolicited and Rock Island people and Rock Island
made no impression. The company influence.
ougnt to ne encouraged ana aided in All the news all the time
every way that may be aiceptable by trKUg
CREATED IN PARIS
Notice is hereby given to the public
that I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife after this
date. FRED BAKEY.
AGED, WK1NKLKD FACES
DINNER AT GOLF CLUB.
DINNER WILL BE SERVED THIS j
; evening at " o'clock to members of the j
(From The Beauty Seeker.)
An aged face is often only a mask
to a comparatively youthful person.
Beneath is a countenance young and
fair to look upon. It's a simple mat
ter to remove the mask. Ordinary
mercolized wax, to be had at any drug
lore, gradually absorbs the worn-out
surface skin; in a week or two the
user has the loveliest pinky white
complexion imaginable. An ounce of
the wax usually is sufficient to com
plete the transformation. It is put
on Bt night like cold cream and taken
off in the morning with warm water.
This remarkable treatment is invar
iably effective, no matter how muddy,
sallow or discolored the complexion.
Freckles, moth-patches, liver f;io;.
pimples, blackheads and other cutan
eous blemishes, naturally ranish with
the discarded skin.
To remove wrinkles and flabbiness,
here is a recipe that cannot be too
hiehly recommended: I'owdered eax
olite, 1 oz., dissolved in one-half pint
witch hazel. Use as a wash lotion.
k ii -wife
3 KiAfvMm;rae h
Hre is a very pretty changeable
iaff'ta. manteaij, especially irt-ated
i.i Paris f:.r John Wanamakcr In
New Vork. This exquisite garment
meg from Paul Pol vet. It is of tde
s!-evr!e4s variety. to tie worn
.:ly nvcr an verdrg gown. A
'rfp lace cige t'.riihcs the richnesn
i the rr.anttao.
Falling hair is not a trivial matter. It is cause for alarm. It tells
of a condition leading sooner or later to partial or total baldness. Hair
that comes out. on the brush or comb Is dead lm,r arid it Jails out be
cause the follicle is diseased and tht. hair is not being supplied with
proper nourishment. Every hair th i fulls out is not replaced by a new
one. If the follicle is atrophied it will never urow another hair. The
spot remains biire and if further losr' ih not checked the hair on the head
becomes distressingly tl iri or there niav le t,i;il baldness.
In '.'3 instances out of a hundred, it in dandruff tli.il causes the loss
of hair. Scientific: research now develops the f.n-t that the distressing
a'l ut.iulation knoMn ;i:i dandruff is dwe to a ti i m which burrows down
into the follicle and destroys the life of the hair. This is what makes
the hair come out.
Thre is but one way to ovenowe this trouble. An occasional shampoo
won't do it an that only clean the scalp and does not reach the real
eaune. The dandruff mut-t not only le eradicated but the germ destroy
ed bv regular and intelligent Bp;di ations of Newl.ro's llerplcide. In
sist always upon having genuine Herplclde, the first and original dandrufT
By keeping the scalp free from dandruff, clean and healthy, Herpicide
checks the loss of hair. Newbro's II ', i le nakes tie hair liht, fluffy,
1'ixurlant and beautiful. Possessing a (Vlieain fragrance, Herpicide
commends itself to per.-oiis of refine ment, w ho have a well-developed ap
rrecia'ion for the good things f life.
Semi f Cent-, for Sample Kittle and Dookict to THE HEISlMf'IDE CO.,
Dept. S.. Detroit, Midi.
Af-plii ations (.litaiued at the better linrher sliori1- ami hair dreint parlors
In f.vo fi. .V)r and $1. Sold every v here mil' r dealer"- guarantee or
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