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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will yon
please give a recipe for mustard
Pickles? MARY C.
Take one run each of muFtard,
u car and sal'; Ftir into one gal
ion vinegar. Pack two gallons clean
pickles In mixture. Will keep critp
As to the balance of your letter
A married woman who continually
ppeaks of her concuests before mar
riage, is neither wine nor kind, espec
ially if she has a good husband. Her
family mill learn 'o despiae her in
in order to make
or great importance," a theatrical
manager said recently. "The explana
tion for the request Is generally the
same that deaf people in the audience : g
who depend on lip reading rather than P
hearing lose the run of the play if
some important lines are spoken by a
person n hwf Hps can t be read. An , jg
actor or actress wno s stucK on i"Mnj; j ,
In profile is always the despair of the
deaf people in the audience, as they
say it's almost impossible to read lips
"Out ticket ascnt hears another side
of the same question. People te'l lilm
when buying tickets that some one in
the party is stone deaf ami must read
the lips of the actors in order to fol
low the play. Then they ask him op
which side f the theater these par-
acquaintance. ' ticular Peats should lie htcatcd to make
; (2 1 Sometimes a littie flirting, in fun,
i doesn't do any harm, when both un-
derstand that it is flirting and means
' no'hing serious. But the girl general
, ly gets the worst of it In such a game.
3i No. 4i No. (5 Yes. (6) About
an inch above your ankles. (7) No.
. S Yes. unless some older person is
with you, to decide with whom you
' may dance. (9) Tell him you tir
learned that you are not old enough
to have steady company and you mean
1 to wait until you are IS and then go
! onlv with the man you expJtt to mar
ry. (10) No.
Iiear Mrs. Thompson: I have been
keeping company with a girl one
month o der than 1 until recently she.
turted me down because she said she ;
thought phe was too old for me. Is
she ritht? HEADER
Sh" probably is tired of you, and i Dear Mrs. Thompson: How can I re
uses this as the best excuse she can gain the love of my brother? 1 am
. T 1 . . . . . - , . . V. . I : i f . ; . . 1 7
mum ui. grt tiiiuiuTi mii. . f Eiri oi in aim. iin my inuiuer anu
I frjttipr hard livari tt-ifh Mm A short !
' -i Tritti crwul iTT!tntinn KoIIin
t'Tue ago I met a young man ans , , , .' . .,
this lip reading the most satisfactory
Often the stage setting decides which
way the actors must face, and if a
deaf person gets "n the wrong side of
the house the play is practically lost."
New York Sun.
Hear Mrs. Thompson: (ll There is
a new young man in town and I would
like to make his acquaintance, is it
proper to wink at him or shall I tele
phone him lirst? . J i Is it proper to
flit. C? i Is i; true that hoop skirts
lire ccminc in again? Mi Is it nice to
K'tid picture postcards to strange
m'li? t." I an 1.V Am 1 too you:.g
to V t:-i- st" 'fly cotnpanv ? (i How
lcr.i- ; ' I ' war my skills? 17)
r ' (': 'o wear .my hair in
ii !' i I too your.g to go
f- : : 7 ( i 1 Ii .vc l)-en go-
i:ic v::'fi a f lov. two months and I
it n't ii!.c him r.'iv ?. How ?. I
cuit him? l'i Should I .et a hoy kiss
me the first. time he went with me?
(Ii fio you mean this or are you
joking" I can'; understand how any
nice girl will think of winking at r.
rtrance man. or of t lephoning to him
went out three or four times a week i
tut my friend always stayed until one j
and two o'clock outside. To this my i
brother objected. I would not listen!
to him, so he put us all out of his I
house. He is all I have and I cannot
tel. you how much I think of him, fori
he ha3 always been so pood to me.
Hut now he does not speak to me. How
can I make up with him?
Vour brother was right in not wish i
itig vou to stay out so late, but he
was a liule harsh in turning all of
vou out of the house, ran you not go;
to your broth?r and tell him how sor-j
ry you are and ask him to take you,
jail back? However, if you and your
parents can get along without him,
' why not try to be independent? May
be h is tired of taking care of all of
Mr. B. drove up in a hansom and en
tered the jeweler's shop accompanied :
by his valet, who carried an oblong '
box of steel. Mr. P.. asl:ed for a pri
vate interview, and oa being shown
into the office he opened the bos, ex
nosing a splendid array of diamond '
and pearl necklaces, earrings, tiaras j
"Mrs. B.," he snld. "is now abroad. :
I Before she returns I want you to ex- .
tract these stones and replace thera
the real i
jewels and giving me the money. This,
of course, is to he a confidential trans- i
action. Mrs. B. Is to know nothing;
"My dear sir." said the jeweler. "I
should le glad to do as you ask. but
; It is Impossible. Two years ago Mrs. h
I B. called here on the same erratvi i 11
that now brings von. and this errand i ri
in h"r case was successful. The paste
j Jewels that you oiTer me are worth
j little nior? than the hire of the han
i sum n raiting you outside." Loudon
r 7r ' u
Sailing a Boat.
Visitor 1 would like to get you to
teach me to sail a boat
Boatman Sail a boat? Why. lfs
' easy as swimmin'. Jest grasp the
main sheet with one hand an the tiller
with the other. :'n" If a flaw strikes
ease up or bring 'er to an' loose the
j halyards, but look out fer the gaff an'
boom or the hull tbing'Il be Id the
j water an' ye be upset, but If the wind
I is steady y'r all right unless y'r loo
j slow in luffiu. 'cause then ye'll be up
I set sure. Jump right in an' try it: but.
j remember, whatever ye do. don't
WHICH DO YOU
Style or wearing quality or price?
When you are buying a suit or coat which is
the feature that most influences you?
The style? The price? Or the quality?
We believe that most women think of appear
ance first, price next and wearing quality last.
But suppose you could have a feeling of abso
lute security regarding all three. Wouldn't that
Now that's exactly what we assure you.
Trust your own eyes and your own taste for
the style and pick the garment that looks best on
But if it bears the Wooltex
label vou have the positive as
surance that the style is no
freak, no fad and no experi
ment. This is the only store that sells
Wooltex in this vicinity.
Chill weather is here. Come
and see them while there is
yet a good selection.
SHOWER FOR MISS KAVANAGH. i and Molit:e theatres. Every mail
MIS.-; M iY K A V A N A i 1 1 WAS THE
honoiee at a miscellaneous shower giv
en Sa'urday rvctiii.g by Mrs. William
J At.br at ln-r horn" . Sns Sixteenth
Rwiiue. MoLne. is girl friends being
the gut 1 1.-. The marriage of MissKax
joianuli and .lo.-epl Bell will be an
vent of Wednobday morning, the cer
i nionv to be ncrformcd at N O'clock at
v. ,'i. , i, ,.:(,. ..i,Mh iiiriM nue. is the Moline thairnian
Kev Katlcr Kelly officiating. The
hoi's. Knttirriav evt'iiitiie. was attractive-
lv d.corate l in .!,. brine's ci.oscu col- ' ,!;p t,,usi' drama. '
brings, the narr.es of new patrons who
will utsisi the committees in each city
to make the opening performance at
the Illinois and Moline brilliant social
affairs. The chairman of the patron
committee in Hock Island is Mrs. ('.
J. Searle, !"4 Twentieth street and
Mrs. CJ. H. Huutooii. 1C:'.1 Sixth ave-
Deepect Lake In the World.
The flreat Sunken iaLe in the Cas
cade mountains. atoiit seventy-live
uiiies northeast of Jacksonville. Ore..
Is thought to be the deepest lake tn the
world. Its shores slope abruptly down
tin average of J!( feet on all sides be
fore the water Is reached
of the water f unknown, and its sur
face is always smooth and unrutfled.
being so far below the mountain rtm
; I p Mm
OPERATIVE STORE CO.
Rock island. Ill
ahc IHrrh tu tht (City (Clutrrlira
i that winds cannot reach it.
oih. blue atni white. Tile double par-,
lor were trimmed with festoons of
bl.ie and white, and iu the dining room
l ire .i ml wiiite crepe paper were used.
Oil Mr- (lining table were broad ba'idj
of b'.i cat in ribbon and the cen'er-i
: c. was a large bouquet ()f pink and
w hite ruM s Kach place w as marked
with Harrison richer beads on tinted
( ards. and the favors were (hiiia novel
tlen in the form of rings surmounted
by whit,, doits. Kollowitig the s'rv
it g of u luncheon, games wcr(. played. ',
'liss Alice Murphy of Moline taking
the pi i.e in a book guessing contest.'
and Miss Msry Kavntiagh won the fa
vi r in an advcrtUcii.i ut con'est. Four
fa'ile of hearts re plaved. with the
lavor going to Mi.-ji Florence Ohrn. The
brid''-t(vh was in k nte, with many
pretty ;ifts of cut glass, china, and
TIIK MAUKIACK (IF A R Cl.INK
of this city and Miss Virginia McCoy
of Chicago took place Thursday even
ing, the rer. moiiy being performed at
the parish house of the F.tigiewood
T'resbyterian church. Hev. Mr. Curtis
otllcia ing. The wedding was a sim
ple affair und the bridal couple was
unattended. Following the service
tl came to this cty and for the pres
are making their home at the Man
ufacturers hotel in Mo. me. Mr. Cline
Is a member of the Ctir.e &
company with o flues at .v'T
The excellence of the cast, of solo
ists, the tunefulness of the brilliant
of oriental cos'umes and speeia". scen
ery insure a delightful evening of soni;
and s'ory for all who witness "Ahas
uerus." In makitii; this appeal it is
considered that, the offering of high
class entertainment of this character
(annot fiiil to be uplifting in its in
fluence upon all who witness or take
part in it.
It was written by the author of the
music drama "Kgypta." universally
acknowledged to be the most elabor
ate musical spectacle on the Am-ri-can
stage. During the summer of
l'.tlu "Kgypta" was given at the great
assembly und bible conference at Wi
nona Ijik", Indiana, with such success
that the Winona management request
ed its author to prepare another work
for 1 ; 1 1 . "Ahasuerus" was the result.
It was Riven every week for two
months at Winona, attracting visitors
from all over the I'nited States. Al
though the Winona auditorium seats
over 5,'miii people, hundreds were un
able to gain admission to each per
A Model Husband.
! "Vou appear pleased, my dear.
"Indeed. I am You know while 1
was away visiiin mother Henry went
fishing, and the neighbors say he came
home wiih a beautiful skate."
"And is that why you are pleased?" ' primary room
-Certainly, my dear I looked in
' the encyclopedia and fouud that a
"skate" Is a large fish " SL I'aul IMo
! ueer Press
Cora McKown, Twelfth avenue and
Sixteenth street, tomorrow evening.
Wednesday evening the Woman's
Mission society will meet at the par
sonage. The Brotherhood win meet at
Broadway Presbyterian. The Young ;ety will meet with Mrs. Blomberg, 62C j the church at the same time and serve
The deptS I People's association will meet at the ! f oi ueiu street, aaiuniay ane.i.oou. ,a cnicsen pie supper at . o ciock. a
$Q .sexi sunuay envelopes win do uis-1 """' n "'"""s
UriluiK d in the congregation for the j will follow the supper.
''n' i mirnose of collecting monev with The l adies' Aid society will meet at
ing. If the weather permits, the young whjr.n to wipe out the indebtedness of j Hip church Friday afternoon.
people will go for a hayrack riue south thP cnnnh These contributions will j
(,t Milan. he collected Oct. 27. as it is the desire! DDCODVTCDIJIkl CVllfin
---- - i r ; ir-niuiv
I I w U I kill! til J I II u u
home of Miss Adria Tit t rington,
Twenty second street, tomorrow e
said Ruth's hand will meet with Mrs. J. j of the church to remove the indebted-!
W. Trema.iu, 741 Twenty-third street, ness by Nov. 1
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'c ock.
Tea will be served at .1 o'clock.
The Junior association will meet
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock iu the
Grace Lutheran. The Forward so
ciety will meet this evening with Miss
Linda Ring. 710 Forty-fourth street.
The confirmation class wiill meet
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in
the lecture room and the choir will
meet for rehearsal the same evening
at 8 o'clock at the parsonage.
FROCK OF VELVET
WITH BANDS OF FUR
Shaw Fuel ;
A Dollar a Week Put Into tha Bank- ft
a Gsod Investment.
"It Is n iirhty hard," said an unfortu
nate worUingman some time ago to the
writer, "to save tip a thousand dollars
by laying liside a dollar or two a week
and then to take It out of the savings
b;, nk and lose it to a get rich quick
swindler, as I have Just done." The
poor fellow could work and save, but
. he had not had even a kindergarten
education In fiuance, else his story
would have been different, lie had
never given a thought to Interest and
so was absolutely ignorant of growth
through compound Interest and. of
' course, had never heard of that won
j derful process of accumulation known
as "progressive compouad Interest. i
One dollar deposited In a savings j
1 bunk that pays 4 per cent will amount j
to $2.11) in twenty Ters. This is sim- i
pie compound interest. Now. if you
deposit SI every year for twenty years.
1 or $y In all. the sum to your credit
J will have grown to $30.97.
I Anv wage earner can nut bv SI a
week. That money deposited in a sav
ings bank for twenty years will have
increased to Sl.t',12. A denosit of S." a
la gratified by the early, -., hilv rown , Snoo. and
i this at 4 per cent will be &U0 a ye.tr.
' There is no secret, no mystery, about
: this. It is as clear as the cloudless
sun. and th? method is Just as cleau
and honest." Christian Herald.
TWIN SONS ARRIVED THIS
morning to gladden and enliven the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Ostrom,
U'o7 Twenty-iirst street.
THE HETIIANY HOME SEWING
society wiii neet at the home tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock to sew.
The Ladien' Sowing society of Aiken
street chapel will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. Goi-th, 12"7 Secoud street.
TRI-CITY SOCIAL EVENT
The board of Bethany Protective
response of the citizens of Hock Is
land and Moline to the announcements
of the charity festival "Ahasuerus"
bich is to be given at the Illinois
Prayer s( rvice will be omitted this
week, hut srvites preparatory to com
nnmW n next Sunday will lie held Fri
day evening at 7 :'?.' o'clock.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. German Evangelical. Thursday af
N. W. Stciner. 7!y Twenty -second ! ternoon the Ladies' Sewing society
'rHf t- ! will meet with Mrs. Maihack, Thirty-
j eighth street and Eighteenth avenue.
Spencer Memorial Methodist The j The ladies attending will meet at the
Epworth league w ill hold its regular ! Harper house at 2 o'clock
j business and social meeting this even
;ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ora
' Andres. Eighteenth avenue. Mo
! line. Those attending will leave the
ichurch on the 7:30 o'clock car.
Friday evening choir rehearsal will
be held at the home of Miss Marie
Ixieser, 1313 Seventh avenue.
Trinity Episcopal. St. Elizabeth's
Tuesday evening tiie bible study j guiid wlli me,t in the parish house this
( lass will meet in the church.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church at 7:30
! Thursday afternoon the ladies' Aid
society will meet with Mrs. W. E. Hill,
C12 Fortieth street.
South Park Presbyterian. The Jun
ior association will meet Tuesday af
ternoon at 4:15 o'clock. Prayer ser
vices will be held Tuesday evening at
Th South Park Presbyterian Broth
erhood will meet with Arthur Colburn,
2836 Eleventh-and a-half avenue, Thurs
day evening at 7:30.
Zion Lutheran. The Sunbeam soci-
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Trinity guild will meet in the parish
house Wednesday afternoon at 2: 3D
The vestment guild will give a tea
j in the parish house Saturday afternoon
from i to b o clock. 1 hey win also
sell household articles.
OF STATE TO MEET
The Presbyterian synod of Illinois
will hold its annual meeting at Cham
paign, beginning tomorrow and con
tinuing through Thursday. The meet
ings will be held at the University
Presbyterian church, which has Just
been built and endowed to the sum
of $113,000 for the benefit of students
of the Presbyterian faith who are at
tending the university. The new build
ing wili be dedicated at this time with
appropriate ceremonies. The busi
ness meetings of the synod will be
held following the ceremony of dedi
cation. Dr. W. S. Marquis of Broad
way, Rev. Marion Humphreys of Cen
tral, Rev. Mr. Hanna of Milan an
Rev. W. l. Oglevee of South Park
Presbyterian church left this after
noon for Champaign to attend as dele
pates from this presbytery. Matters
of importance to the church body will
come before the synod at this session.
Good health demands at least one move
ment of the bowels each day. Just one
Ayer's FU1 at bedtime. Sola tor M years.
Ask Your Dorter. f.Cf l't.
CAN'T READ THEIR LIPS.
j Whan Actors Do Not Face tha Audi
j anca It Eoihers tha Deaf.
I "Time an 1 t'.rr.t agrin we're aske-l
to Lav e i;r .-. tors f.n e t';e nudieyce
Chic frock of empire green velvet
with bands of sable fur. The trim
ming consists of straps of green satin
finished with green velvet buttons.
Black patent leather belt passes be
neath the peplura sections of the
waist, which are turned up at the
tidrs and held by green velvet b-.uror.s
over the blt. A s.Ivcr buckle Lis-
WHEN THE DANDRUFF
BmiNS TO FAIL
You'll know there it tomelhing wrong.
No one w ith a healthy tcalp hat Dandruff
it it not natural.
Healthy, ttrong hair cannot grow under
these conditions and what'a far more dis
turbing, the hair that ycu have will aoon
turn grey and fall out. Then comet
' PREMATURE GREY HAIR " and
that " Has Been Look " about them.
HLED THE WARNING r"5E
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
First Baptist. Tuesday evening a
special rehearsal of the choir will be
held at the home of Miss Nell Kahlke,
1010 First avenue, to prepare for the
Prayer services will be held Wed
nesday evening in the church.
The monthly coffee of the Ladies'
Aid society will be held Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. J. Ingram,
705 Seventeenth street.
Friday evening the regular choir re
hearsal will be held at the church.
Central Presbyterian. This evening
at 7:30 o'clock the officers and teachers
of the Sunday school will hold a busi
ness session in the church.
Wednesday the Pastor's Aid society
will hold an all-day session at the
church, beginning at 10 o'rlock, to
work preparatory to the annual tale to
be held Nov. 15. Lunch will be served
at noon in the church and a business
session will be held at 3 o'clock.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church at 7:30
RALLY DAY SERVICES
AT SPENCER MEMORIAL
At Spencer Memorial Methodist
church yesterday morning a rally day
service occupied the hour of morning
worship, the exercises being in charge
of the Sunday school. Fourteen mem
bers of the primary department who
have been under the direction of Mrs.
Earl Mahaffey were graduated into the
junior department, giving an Interest
ing exercise on the 10 command
ments. Talks were given by the Sun
day school superintendent, Earl Free
land, and by the pastor, Rev. C. E.
Hawkins. The services were very in
teresting in character and drew a
large audience. Forty new members
were received into the school.
"LANDING DAY" IS
Knights of Columbus Give Good
Program Judge Scanlon
It is in time ot sudden mlshas or ac
cident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can be relied upon to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot al
ways be found at the moment. Then
it is that Chamberlain's Liniment is
never found wanting. In rases of
sprains, cuts, wounda and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the
Ftreness and drives away the pain.
Sold by all druggists. (Advertisement.)
"Landing day," the anniversary of
the landing in America of Christopher
Columbus, was celebrated Saturday
evening by Allouez Council Knights
of Columbus, with a splendid program
which was held at the Illinois theatre.
About 400 of the members and their
friends attended. Judge Kickhani
Scanlon of Chicago was the principal
speaker of the evening, being intro
duced by the chairman, Albert Huber.
Judge Scanlon paid a high tribute
to the great discoverer, Christopher
Columbus in his address. "Columbus,
I believe told the truth when he said
that he was used as an instrument in
the hands of the Almighty in the dis
covery of this great, country.
"This country is the work of divino
providence. You can see the work of
God in every step of the country's his
tory. This land of ours is the favored
land of the Almighty just as was Je
rusalem In the long ago. The Al
mighty had preserved this continent
of ours, the greatest in the world, un
til we were fit to inhabit it and then
guided Columbus to Its discovery. We
cannot pay too high a tribute to tha
great discoverer Christopher Colum
bus." The speaker then launched in
to a discussion of religion and paid tri
bute to the many Roman Catholics
who figured prominently in American
The program was carried out In a
most commendable manner. The in
strumental and vocal selections were
nicely rendered. Edward Stackhouse
who was to have given a reading was
called out of town In the afternoon
and could not. speak. The complete
Voice, "The Danz" (Chadwick)
Miss Mae O'Farrell.
Violin solo, "Romance" (Svendsen)
Mrs. John Hickey.
Voice, "Songs My Mother I'sed To
Sing" Mrs. Mae Richards-Casey.
Address Ju ige Kickhara Scanlon,
Voice, "Come to the Garden, Tve"
(Mary Turner Salter); "Irish Ixive
Song" (Lang) Mrs. T. R Reidy.
Voice, "ISirthday Song-' (Cowen);
"Visions" (HardluU- Mrs. J. II. Iich-ner.
news all the time
i tm,n 'I Jc-,",,",!l,v!lll:,J.vil"":w'f
J1.G0 Lti Sic at Dr- S:cret cr c:r-ct upon re-
German Methodist. The Indies' Aid
society will meet Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Mary I-ang, 1C28
Preaching services will be conduct
ed Friday evening' at 7:30 o'clock by i
District Superintendent Dr. F. L. Mahl; j
or reona. quarterly conrerfence win :
be held after the sen-ices.
Communion servites will be held
Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock.
For tha Wheela.
Mr. Wlckwlre I have had mieh a
'queer humming nolv? in my head all
': day. Mrs. Wlckwlre Wby don't you
! rry a littie inuhlne oil? Indlauapo'iN
1 fcuareiy vlieu iakin2 lUes that ar 1 u'ns lae belt at the from.
i T. H. THOMAS CO.; W.
United Presbyterian. The Kate Hill
T. HARTZ. Mission society will meet with Miss
Af Washes kW No boiling
j fjjf finest fabrics Nk Sflittle rubbingK
yEwithout injuring themX Ask your rjrocer IqV
. ( mi' hnrii. j .Lh.. -Y 'iian.aMaawMi-KMaHaMaM'iT .