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afternoon at the home for their regu
lar meeting. '
The Little Charity workers win
give an ice cream social tonight and
tomorrow night at a Tacant 101 on
Ninth avenue and Fourteenth street.
Ice cream and cak will be served.
ENJOY BIRTHDAY PARTY.
MARGARET DOROTHY MONT
gomery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
"William Montgomery, 421 Twelfth
Btreet. celebrated her eighth birthday
Saturday by entertaining a large nun
ber of her little friend i at her home.
The afternoon was spent with games
and prizes were given to Dorothy
( haney for winning the potato race,
I-o Corken for first place In the heart
finding contest. Marguerite Cbacey for
carrying a potato on a spoon held In
her mouth, Robert Pearce In the
bornclm; ball contest and Harold
O'Hare for guessing the best. Be
aut" of the coolness the dainty re
fn shmcntB were ncned in the house.
which was prettily decorated In blue ! races. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Horst and
and white with pink and white carna- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Landeck chaper
where the groom is erecting a pretty
Mr. McLeod is the son of Mrs. Eliza
beth McLeod of Kansas City, Kan.,
and for the past five years naa claim
ed DaTenport as his home, wtiere he
has been inspector of meats in the
government employ, stationed at the
Kohrs Packing company plant in Dav
enport. ENTERTAIN AT CAMP.
MR. AND MRS. J. G. BAER EXTER
tained 40 members of the Immanuel
Young People's society at their camp,
"Idle Hour," on Rock river, yesterday
afternoon. The afternoon was pleas
antly spent with boating, games and
PORT BYRON LIME CO.
BUILDS NEW WAREHOUSE
The Port Byron Lime association
has begun the construction of a new
warehouse, just north of the Burling
ton depot, and a force of workmen is
now busy on the ground. The new
structure, the dimensions of which are
40x40, will be wood with concrete
exterior, and will replace the old ware
house, which is being torn down, be
cause It has been found too small to
fulfill the present needs of the com
pany. A force of men this morning began
the work of clearing the site ror the
new gravity coal bin, to be erected by
the Gravity Coal Bin company of Chi
cago, just east of the Port Byron Lime
association's warehouse between First
and Second avenues on Twentieth
street. Actual construction work will
LINE OF BARGES
WILL HAUL COAL
VIA THE CANALS
Company Reported Organized
With That End in View for
BOATS ARE PURCHASED
Tri-Citie to Be Distributing Point for
Product From Illinois
K DRAMA IN REAL LiFL
It is understood that a company
headed by E. C. Walsh of Davenport
has been organized for the purpose of
towing coal from the mines in the vi
cinity of the Illinois river to the three
cities via the I. & M. and the Henne
pin canals. A fleet of vessels and
I barges has been purchased, report
says, and active operations will begin
in the spring. Owing to the excessive
freight rates current between the
three cities and Chicago, it is an ex-
The Play That Was Enacted In the
New York Subway. i
A subway train was leaving Grand Pensive oparation to ship the black
Central station with its usual 5 o'clock , diamonds by rail, and it is estimated
load. In a corner by the door sat a i that a saving of nearly $1 a ton can
man wnose worn ciotues ana anaooj v j "aic,waJ dihh"-
tons addinc a pretty touch. Those loned the crowd of voung people. The shoe, were whitened with the lime he ! "itional "Pense can also be sav-
who enjoyed the af'ernoon with Miss i winners in the different events were:
Montgomery w: Gladys Montgom- j fat women's race, Marie Lehee and
ery, Mabel Montgomery. I.aura Monk Ann Mealier: standing broad jump,
gomery, Mildred Bowes. Dorothy j Miss Kate Pfaff. first, H. C. Landeck
Chaney. Irene Mledke. Dorothy Walde-! and A. E. Horst tied for second. A
man. Janette Alters. Gladys Newcomb, i boxing contest between Helen Milke I
Helen Curynn. Helen Daves. Bessie , and Ben Horst was one of the feat
JonnFon. Helen Clarkson. Lucy IJech- ures of the day. Miss Milke being
mann, Alfarefta Iteropsey. Vesta ; awarded the decision after six rounds
IM-U'pgey, Ethel Ixiilng, Madelsa Lor- of hard work.
Iiip. Maravene Pearson, Iorottiy Lar- ,
Bun, Kayrrond 1 asron, Dorothy Ser- ! MAYERS-RICE.
Fig. Marguerite f'haney. Harriet! THE MARRIAGE OF MISS HAZEL j
f nrynn. Robert ivarce. Karl Johnson. Rlce ot Moinef and John Mavers ot I
Walter l.urhmann. Albert Luchmann. Rock igiand. occurred Saturday even-1
Ralph B.mruer. Kueene Young, Harold lnf? at 6 o'clock at the residence of
.Montgomery. HaroM O Hare, Adrian Rev. B. A. Bryner of the Tnited Chris
Johnson. Htrbert Pitcher. Theodore rIan Wr.rker 1615 .WnnH nvpn.i..
f'l'Mier, Hands (shall,
Lii liter and Ij-o Corketi.
worked in His face was lean and I "g io ine iact mat tne coai
marked with tired lines, and his hands, j mines are located on the river, and
1oint swollen and blunted, nunc weari- tne commodity can be loaded directly
ly between his knees. A large woman, jonto the boats without the necessity
bejeweled and plumed, entered the car of overland hauling.
with a rustle of skirts and if! ingle of i tried ote before.
finery that attracted all eyes. Sway
ing uncertainly on her high heels as she
Some two years ago, a similar com
pany was organized and a fleet of sec-
made for the only empty seat, she was 'and hand barges purchased from the
thrown from her balance by a sudden I government, but owing to a wlthdraw
lurch of the train, and only the labor- al of backing, the venture fell through
er's promptly outstretched arm saved and the barges were allowed to deter
her from an ignominious fall. ! iorate by exposure to weather, etc. A
She straightened herself with what j number of them sunk in the ice har-
woric as a oopylst called upon Gabriel
Pierne. one of the great musical celeb
rities of Paris. Asked to show a sam
ple of his writing, Fanelll produced
the symphony, which he had brought
with him. Pierne looked at it and saw
that the writing was clear: then he saw
something more, for he continued read
ing the music eagerly.
"Who la this Fanelll?' he asked at
"Myself," answered theeomposer. "I
wrote it nearly thirty years ago."
"Leave this with me and come again
in a few days."
So Fanelll went out. while Pierne. too
enrapt to say goodby, stood by the
window, poring oTer the music. A
few days later he announced to the de
lighted but dazed Fanelll that he was
going to produce the symphony at one
of the Concerts Colonne.
On the eventful night Fanelll him
self took a seat with the musicians.
Tears came into his eyes as he heard
the first strains of his work, neglected
for so many years. He was not alone
In his emotion, however, for as the
music proceeded tears came into the
eyes of the other musicians, the di
rector, the audience. The music took
them by storm, When It was over a
burst of applause broke out, rose and
swelled and would not die away. The
composer alone sat quiet, as If in deep
thought. Finally he got up, walked
over to Pierne, and -with a full heart
expressed his gratitude.
"Again I thank you. M. Pierne," he
said, taking his leave. "Good night,
and a good appetite to you."
Fierne wondered at this strange fare
well, but at last the meaning dawned
on him. The applause that was still
ringing through the hall had brought
to Fanelll not only fame, but what for
the moment was of even more impor
tance to him, the promise of easier liv
ing. The composer of "Tableaux Sym
phoniques'" had left the scene of his
triumph to enjoy a much needed and
rare treat a good dinner. Youth's
graee she could and turned with a
smile to thank the gentleman who bad
rescued her. A glance at the workman,
howler, made her expression change
1o one of disdain. With a perceptible
bor below Davenport and have never
With the new company organized
cn a sound financial basis, and with
capable executives controlling the sit-
rranguii .Moline. The couple were attended by sniff, she ostentatiously brushed heriuation thpre jg every reason to be.
Miss Loretta Hrvnef and -t neodorn pnu-n n'hera it- hnd imi In enntart uu..
! iiinc uiai me project will be a suc-
Barnell. The bride wore a dress of ; with the uin u s hand aDd sank into cpss.
white lingerie trimmed with lace and I the seat. Looking as if he had receiv- .
THE MA UK I AUK OF MISS MARY carried pink and white rosebuds. The ! ed a Mow in the face, be shrank back
C..I. .. :. . i j i ... m . r
t. i. linger. ei.jeb, uaugnter or me late bridesmaid carried white roses and
Leiiry Schnitger. and Mrs. Mary ; was dressed in blue. Following tr.e
FdMiimiT of Arlington court, Daven- ceremony they left for the home of
port, to Walter Scott McLeod of Dav-J the bride's mother in Orion where
fnport. took place an a very quiet j friends and relatives of the couple
home ceremony Saturday afternoon at j were given a wedding supper. They
r o'clock at the residence of the bride, will make their home in Kock Island.
ery Rev. Marmaduke Hare, dean of
Trinity cathedral, reading th mar- HUNT-RYDEN
Jn',!" nV " f ,n'; ,:pif,,OP111 t'':UrCh ' ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADtf
M,, ,edVr'f', '' u 8 f :th ".arriage that took place at Abing
Immediate families of thp young peo- , j ... j.. . ,,
pi '. 1 lie bride was dressed n a da n- !., v. , . . . i
. , ... . . " loclock of H. H. Hunt, head of the
t Kon 0f WMII). cotj"ent mu le made i , . ,
j uwnivrrjmi ur-iai i ijifill Ul niunUB
and dropped his eyes in confusion.
Across the car, watching the little
episode, sat a lady with a sleepy child
in ber arms. The little girl, perhaps
three years old, was dressed iu spotless
white, from her dainty kid shoes to
the deep frilled bonnet that framed her
rosy face. When the guard called Sev-
REV. MTARLAND DECIDES
TO GIVE UP PASTORATE
Rev. E. T. McFarland yesterday ten
dered his final resignation to the con
gregation of the Memorial Christian
church after he had taken two weeks
to further debate the matter with
enty-secoud street the man slowly rose. J himself at the request of the members
Self Conscious Greatness.
One day In the train on one of Vic
tor Hugo's journeys to or from Brus
selshe happened to find himself in
the company of two English ladles
who spoke French. Hugo knew but
one word of English Christmas,
which he always pronounced "Chrlst-
mus." In the course of conversation
these ladies observed that It must be
Inconvenient for him not to know
English when he was passing through
that country. To which the great
man's reply was, "When England
wants to talk with me she will learn
my language" "From their astoulsh
ment at this answer," said Hugo iu re
lating the story, "it was evident they
did not know who I was'." "Victor
Hugo. His Life and Work," by A. F.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am engag
ed to a girl but her father doesn't like
me and has told me never to enter tho
house again. He says I am not good
enough for his daughter and he wants
her to marry a gentleman.
Now Mrs. Thompson, I am a work
ingman, but I guess I am something
of a gentleman. I know I am not good
enough for my girl, but I don't think
anybody else is good enough for h?
either, and if she is willing to marry
me and her mother thinks I am O. K.,
do you think I ought to care what her
I agree with you that a working-
man can be 'a gentleman. In fact I
have known many worklngmen who
were much more gentlemanly in their
actions and the kindness of their
hearts, than some men who think they
are gentlemen because of their birth
The girl undoubtedly loves her fa
ther and it Is natural that she wishes
to have him at her wedding. Why not
plan the wedding at her home some
evening, without telling the date to
the father? The minister might ap
pear to drop In for a friendly call; the
same with a very few of your friends.
Have the license ready and then.
when father least expects It, the min
ister can marry you.
Remember, where there's a will
there's a way. Consult with your
girl and her mother, and you surely
will be able to make a plan. If you
can't persuade the mother to help you
marry the girl whether her father
consents or not.
I like your letter, Fred, and from
it I judge that you are an honest
man, able and willing to take the
right kind of care of a wife. So go
in and win!
Dear Mrs. Thompson I have some
white clothes that have been laid
away a couple of years, and they
have a yellow tinge. How can I take
out the yellow without Injuring the
clothes? MRS. W. G.
After washing the clothes, put a
teaspoon of borax in the rinsing wat
er. This will take out the yellow
WW i ir
and the lady opposite stood up with
fimply the trimming in bands of Jap
miese embroidery, while her flowers
were roses in a corsage bouquet. A
weddin supper was served immedi
utely following the ceremony, covers
being laid for nine nt the table that
had a large basket of pink and white
flowers as its centerpiece.
Business college of Davenport, and j
Mips Lillian Kyden, dauTiter of Mr. j
and Mrs. A. J. Rydeu, of Abingdon.
The ceremony was a quiet family af- j
fair at the home of the bride's parents, j
and there were no attendants. A wed- j
ding breakfast was served and Mr.
and Mrs. Hunt left for a short wed- 1
the child still in her arms. Touching received a call last March to the po
the man's nnn. she said, with a smile: sition of field representative and evan
"Will von not be kind enough to car- Kelist for the American Christian Mis
ry mv babv up the stairs? She is .too j sionary society. He will make his
sleepy to walk and very heavy for me j headquarters in St. Louis, moving Im
to lift." 1 meJiately to that city and preaching
linn ir. Th..,- -m lv.. . l.,.n.n I
ing train for a short wedding . , . ., . ,, . . ,
-.,,,. ,,, . . . . J. Sept. 1 at Last Thirteenth street.
They will be at home after Oct. T. , .,
Trtn ' liliv u II at K .
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i u. iit ii.. Davenport.
m in in j Diirfi, eiipori, i
SMART MODEL OF
DULL BROWN LINEN
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS HILDA
Norrman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
j Charles G. Norrman, 4503 Eighth ave
. Hue, Kock Island, and Elmer E. Ow
tjns. son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Owens,
! 433 Sixteenth avenue, Moline, ocrur
i red Saturday afternoon at the par
' sonage of the Second Congregational
I church, Moline, Rev. R. S. lianey ofli
I dating. The couple were attended by
. the bridegroom's brother and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Owens. The
I bride wore a dress of pink mulle trim
j med in lace. The couple expect to
make their home in Moline.
The man straightened himself and.
with face alight, carefully took the lit
tle white clad form iu bis arms and led
the way up the stairs. Passersby
stared curiously at the trio, but there
was no consciousness of that in the
woman's gracious "Thank you! That
was a great help."
As the mother and child passed on
the man lifted his battered hat and
turned homeward with a buoyant step.
Gladstone and Grillion's.
Mr. Gladstone's election to Grillion's
club, which took place in 1840, was far
from delighting blm at the time. He
declared it to be "a thing quite alien
to my temperament, which requires
more soothing and domestic appliances
after the feverish and consuming ex
citements of party life, but the rules of
his farewell sermon next Sundae.
Echoes From Horaas' Skulls.
Those curious twists and turns super
stitions take are to be found in the in
troduction of horses' skulls In or about
the church buildings In England and
Scotland, the reason alleged being to
help the sound in church. This habit
is unquestionably a relic of heathenism
where an animal was sacrificed. Some
A MUSICIAN'S ROMANCE, j 'Z O'o,redowh0th:
sounding board space above the pulpit
was found to be filled with horses'
skulls. In some parts of England there
still exists the idea that if a horse's
head is burled in a field there will be
Dear Mrs. Thompson How can I
make a good homemade paste some
thing like library paste? MARY O.
A very good paste which will not
discolor, can be made of rice flour.
Mix the flour thoroughly with cold
water and boil it gently. It is white
and transparent and will keep Indefi
nitely if a little carbolic acid is mixed
Dear Mrs. Thompson I have a
very dear friend or I did have but
the other day I heard something that
he did and it made me very angry.
I was so angry that I wrote him about
it and It was a very unkind letter. I
have Just found that what I heard
wasn't true, but I Buppose he will nev
er forgive me now. What shall I do
about it? I am almost heartbroken.
It Is too bad that you were so hasty.
When one hears reports about a very
dear friend, one should not judge so
quickly, but at least take time to In
vestigate before condemning or accus
ing the friend.
But now the mischief is done In
your case, and if your friend Is very
much hurt it will be difficult to, undo.
About all you can do U to write
him another letter and apologize. Tell
him that you regretted it the moment
after you had mailed that letter, when
you had time to think and to remem
ber how really trustworthy you had al
ways found him. Ask him to forgive
your hasty and thoughtless action and
tell him that you willnot again be glul-
ty of such a breach of friendship as
to quickly believe anything detrimen
tal of him when in your heart you
If he is bighearted and generous,
he will forgive your letter; but the
fact that at the first opportunity you
believed ill of him, will pro bably
rankle In his. soul for many a day.
You can't mistrust or abuse a real
ly good friend and keep him, too.
aljp fflctk in dttij (Eljurrltcfi
Fanolli' Triumph, That Cam AfUr
Thirty Years of Misery.
The life story of M. Fanelll. the com
poser of "Tableaux Symphoniques,"
reads like a romance. How easily It
might have read like a tragedy this in
cident will show.
In his youth Fanelli had been cour
ageous and ambitious. fulT of dreams
of the music he was going to write for
the world to hear and admire. But
misfortune followed misfortune. He
found It impossible to get a bearing
for his compositions, and one by one
his dreams began to fade.
Ten. twenty, thirty years went by.
Fanelll, all hope crushed by continued
adversity, was earning a pittance by
society oblige me to submit Lord piavinfr nisbt after night in an orches
Morley adds: "As it happened, so nar
row is man's foreknowledge Grillion's
down to the very end of his life near
Iv sixty years ahead, had no more
; faithful or congenial member. Lon-
ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT. ! don Chronicle.
1U 1VII UDk! WII I T A f TICVi'T.- i
.-..' ..in.,. Miwi.iA.il ir..v rv
tra. None of his colleagues suspected
his genius, for he kept his ambitions
locked in bis heart as he kept the
symphony, the masterpiece of his
youth, locked in his desk.
Then one day Fanelll. in search of
Quite Frank About It
"So you are going to marry Tom?"
"You saw the announcement, didn't
"It wasn't a fake."
"But, dearie I never thought that
Tom would be your choice."
"Tom ain't my choice. He'e my
chance. Have you any other questions
to ask, darling?"
Darling decided she hadn't Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
B. P. O. Elks 980 Attention.
Regular monthly business meeting
tonight at 8 p. m. Matters of Impor
tance. Kindly be present.
H. W. COZAD, Exalted Ruler.
Here It a smart model of dull brown
linen. Insert of tucked mull form
the yukr si.d upper portion of curt.
A tmu:a:rd Eton, cut kimono style,
croeav i.t the bee end fantena over
the belt. Very ailsht fulness (Ives
the panlrr effect on the skirl.
j Jabor and washing j
No hard rubbing
Soaiinf in suds is
of 1832 Twelfth avenue, Moline, an
nounce the enua.gera'.'nt of their
! daughter. Rose Jeanette, to George
j Luther Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Carlson of 1720 Ninth street Mo
line. The wedding Is to be an event
I of this month. Miss Denck has been
j at the head of the millinery depart
l ment of the Fisk and Loosley com
; pany the last year. Mr. Carlson is
! in the employ of the Velie Motor Ve-
PARTIES AT ARSENAL.
THERE WERE MANY DINNER
parties at the arsenal Saturday even-
i ing, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Putnam of
' Davenport entertaining 16, Major and
' Mrs. Ames of the arsenal entertaining
j eight, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cady of Mo
; tine 10, Miss Madeline Murphy of
! Rock Island, 9. Mr. Snyder of Daven-
port 4, Miss Julia Ryan 4, and Peter
Conner of Rock Island 2. Following
the dinner, the evening was spent in
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS T. STAF
ford, 709 Twentieth street, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Grace Willard, to John Aban Con
do of Moline. the marriage to occur
in September. Mr. Condo has been as
sistant secretary and treasurer of the
Mutual Wheel company for many
yeara and has been connected with
the company for 20 years.
ANNOUNCEMENTS HAVE BEEN
received here of the approaching mar-
riage of Forest K. Rambo, formerly
engagea in newspaper work in Rock
i Island, to Miss Luella Lyman, the
ceremony to take place at the bride's
home in Rogers City, Mich.
THE LADIES' SEWING SOCIETY
of Bethany home-will meet tomorrow
NEWPORT- .R.I. I 5
I j THE LATEST TMlltG IK '
m DANcts Hint is ( :tfO;, jfe
United Presbyterian Prayer meet
ing will be held Wednesday evening.
The Kate Hill Missionary society
meets Tuesday afternoon with the
Misses Frederick, 1126 Nineteenth
Broadway Presbyterian The mid
week prayer meeting will be held Wed
nesday evening at the church.
South Park Chapel The Juniors will
meet Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Prayer meeting will be held Tues
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The annual picnic of the Sunday
school will be held Thursday after
noon and will take the form of a
trolley ride through the three cities.
The car will leave the chapel at 3
o'clock, returning about 6 o'clock when
a picnic supper will be served in the
Spencer Memorial The official
board will hold its meeting this even
ing in the church parlors.
Tuesday evening the bible study
class will meet.
Wednesday evening the prayer
meeting will be held.
Thursday afternoon the Women's
Home Missionary society will hold its
regular monthly meeting with Mrs. W.
E. Hill, 612 Forty-fourth street.
Friday evening the Y. L. society will
serve ice cream and cake on the
Choir practice Friday evening.
Next Sunday the regular services
will be held.
Zlon Lutheran The Young People's
society will meet this evening with
MIsb Linda Norman, 4509 Eighth ave
nue. Tuesday afternoon the Men's soci
ety will meet with Carl Norman, 4509
The ladies' society will meet Thurs
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with
Mrs. Carl Anderson, 1302 Forty-fourth
street Mrs. William Anderson and
Mrs. C. L. Ackerllnd will assist in
Sunday afternoon, Aug. 18, the con
firmation league will meet at the
German Evangelical The ladies' so
ciety will meet with Mrs. Ittner, 607
Ninth street, Thursday afternoon.
Grace Lutheran The Acme society
will meet this evening with Miss Alma
Sundeen, 26 Fifth avenue, Moline.
The Endowment Fund society will
enjoy a sociable and picnic at the
home of Mrs. C. A. 'Bloomgreen, 825
Thirty-fifth street, Wednesday after
noon at 2:30.
The Luther league will hold its
monthly business and social meeting
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at th
home of Miss Mamie Peterson, 712
Fourth street, Moline.
First 8wedish The Ladies' Mission
ary society will meet with Miss Mary
Petersen at Hiawatha camp near the
Watch Tower Thursday afternoon at
The Young People's society will hold
Its monthly meeting at the church
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
The Willing Helpers will meet Fri
afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs.
Victor Swanson at her home In Glen
hurst court between Eleventh and
The trustees meet this evening with
Frank Lindstrom, 813 Sixth avenue.
The Men's society will meet Tues
day evening with Ausgar Anderson,
1412 Twelfth street.
There will be a general business
meeting of the congregration at the
church - Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock to elect a new pastor to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Rev. Mr. Haggluud. The board ot
deacons has nominated Rev. H. P. Ot
toson of Ophiem to fill the position and
the likelihood is that he will be
First Baptist The regular prayer
meeting will be held Wednesday even
ing. The ladies of the church will hold
an all day meeting at the church Fri
day and work. A picnic luncheon will
There will be no Sunday evening
services at the church during the next
Memorial Christian The prayer
meeting will be held Wednesday even
ing. The Ladies' Aid society will enjoy
an all day outing at Colona, 111.,
Thursday. Trains leave on the Bur
lington road at 6:30 o'clock and 7:30
o'clock in the morning.
The meeting of the C. W. B. M. so
ciety whclh was to have been held
Friday" has been postponed for a
Aiken Street Chapel The Ladles'
Sewing, society will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. Ii. H. Robb on Thirtieth
Immanuel Lutheran The Young
People's society will meet Tuesday
The Ladies' society will have an out
ing at tho Watch Tower Wednesday
The school board will moot Wednes
First Methodist The Horn Mis
sionary society will meet Tuesday
evening with the Missea Levey, 2635
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening. Leader, Miss Batchelor.
German Methodist Church The bus
iness and social meeting of the Ep
worth league will be field Tuesday
evening at 7:45 at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hillmer, 921 Elev
enth avenue. The prayer service will
le Thurnday evening at 7:30. The
Sunday bchool board will meet after
the prayer service.
"Blessing to Women"
is what one grateful woman calls
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. This is because after suffer
ing for six long, weary years with a
weakness so prevalent among her sex,
6be v.as restored to perfect health by
this famous medicine for woman's ills.
This has been the experience of
thousands of grateful women who have
depended upon thia tried and truo