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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26. 1913.
HEdPT aJiJ HOME Problems Dear Mrs. Thompson: Last winter T bcame engaged to a your.j; man I have known three yars He lives !n another town. He always sent mo flowers on such days an Kas'er. Valen tin", etc.. bur last Valen ine's day he sent nothing. Should a fellow send more flower and write nf'ener if he is encased fr does he thick he's pot you now and doesn't need to bp so atten tive? He doeg not write often says lie doesn't like to write. He's very nice to nie whenever I visit there and his paren's are very nice to ni" Do yon think he wants to break the engagement by not sendine flowers or writing nffner" Should I return tjie ring and presenta. and should 1 write and ask him if he Intends to break our engagement fir why he doesn't write? ANNA "Most m-ti do not like tA write let ters, my dear, and your fiance Is prole ably no exception to the rule Per haps you have neen writing him too often c.lve him a letter only for each one heends yju and don't make it, too effusive I don't think he wants to break the of engagement II- probably foi ko: St Valent'nea day I wouldn't be surpris ed If h was etra busy preparing plans for our bom togt.hr In the near fu ture. Re patient and trust him a lit tie Iar Mrs. Thorn pson: We are pirls of 1 4 and our boy and itirl friends say e should play game the majority want to play We still play all other name the majority want to play. We will play all other games but kissing fames, and we think they axe very rude What Is your opinion? TWO CHl'MS. ear little girls. I am glad yon ore particular Yon will make splendid women. Kissing games are alwaya In bad taste. They also spread the germs of d I sense Dear Mrs Thompson Could you tell me hn tri tnke wains out of cloth? Ho i an I I'lencli cloth HOrSKWIFK I would need to know the nature of the s'jiin to Rive the best remedy for it. PIANOFORTE RECITAL. i A COM PAN Y OK INVITED FRIENDS I '.Istened to a deliHful piano recital j i .. l... , X ' . I' . i. J Miss Klsa Simon, both of this city, at ' t.he studio of their teax-her. Mrs. A. D A t w ill. in iHivenport. yesterday nfter-1 noon Mis Sivk gave a group of four ; McltM't ioiib, "Scher7.ion," by Silielius. Etudes. On C.". Nos 13. by Chopin: ; "feulllet d' Album." by Kopylow. and ' Matchless displays of Millinery at im uerate prices -newest Knox Styles - Bernard French hats in the M. & K. lew Millinery Department Re sure to see th Madame Irene Corsets an i pert corset icrie will ft you perfect 1 Corsets 1 $.'..". Also a most ompiete aiul interesting d. splay of In i-iery. both l. and sl'.k. for every dimmer need Kaser l'alian Silk Un derwear and o'her kinds for every Summer need Kteryth:i;g for the Fair at Fairest prices. M & K . Rock Ib'snd Kitchen Plumbing. IPS' Porcelain F.name!ed sink with open plumbing. Our pnees are reason able; our votk high das and what you pay for tins modern kitchen equipment may sae you money in doctor bill. CHANNON & DUFVA 112 West Seventeenth St. Phone 148 W. lfo.EIlZADZ.TH THGMRSCSJ .lavelle water will take the stain out of any white goods It will aUo bleach. It can be bought at the drug store or you can make iti at home. Iet one pound washing soda one quart !oilitig water, one-half pound chloride of hnie, two quarts cold wa-; ter. Put sftfia in agate pan and add boiling water Dissolve lime in cold water. I-t mixture settle and pour tie clear liquid into dissolved soda. Bottle and keep in dark place. Apply a few drops of this to a stain, following immediately with boiling wa-1 riage Monday evening at the parson ter. Continue until stain s gone. Be j age of the First Christian church of sure to rine well, as otherwise it will Moline. Rev. W. B. Slater officiating, rou goods j There were no attendants and the To bleach, wash goods in a solution bride was charming in a gown of tan Javelle water, rinsp well and hang in the sun to drv. In the last rinse water add a little ammonia to take away lime. the smell of the chloride of In-ar .Mrs. Thompson: ill T would like to know how V) develop the bunt without anv harm. (2i Should a airl ask h Ixiy to call, or should the hoy make the first start" ? What is a good wuv to get rid of danduff? Should youn? men you know t, p their ha's when voir inee them? (ilADYS. I fl) Ton ean massiie the bust gent ly with cocoa butter, but will do more ood to breathe deep ge a lot of fresh outdoors air, h'M your chin : and chest high and your stomach in, jawing your arms when you walk and ; eat a lot of nourishing food (2i She : ran rav she would be p'eased to have , Mm call at her home in Keep the jhair. brush and comb scrupulously I clean: massage the scalp well, and every other day gently rub a few drops of kerosene on the scalp. (4i A man should lift his hat upon meeting any girl or lady he knows. "Staccato Caprice, which she played by Vogrich, all of wiih a d"l!cai.y of touch and uiiiii rsianding of interpreta tion that whh most pleasing. "Koncert- by Wetier, played by Miss Sieck. with the orchestral accompani ment on the second piano by Miss Si mon, was splendidly given, both your.K women playing with great cred it to themselves and their teacher. The closing number was "Fantaisie Kut-se." by Napravik. with Miss Simon j playing the solo part, and Mis Steck i at the second piano, jl'his also was ex ceptionally well gi .n and fliciu d much favorable comment. MISS NOTT IN RECITAL, MISS ELIZABETH NOTT. MEZZO contrr.lto of faveiiport, and Bruno Stc-indel, cellist of Chicaco. appeared in recital at the Davenport Outing i club last evening before an audience ! that fillei the concert hall. M!hs Not'. : who always pleases, was never in bet ter voice, p id gave h r songs in a most plcasi:i? manner Mr. S'elr.del has few superiors on the c!lo. and his ap-! pcarance in t.he tri-cltles never fails j to draw interested admirers. His tone j is rich and full and sympathetic and j his program was a delight from firs1 to j last He was very liberal wi'h his en-' core ii'inibtrs and responded with .sev-! era! extra numlers. tr5 j.udo Brun- ir.g Starbuck was at the piano as ac- j tompanist and assisted greatly in' making the concert Hie success that i' was. At the ( lose of the program! Miss Nort entertained a company of friends at dinner to meet Mr. Steindel. SCHOOL INFORMALLY OPENED THE LADIES' ALTAR SlidETY of S' Joseph's Catholic church held an informal opening of the new St. j Joseph's school yesterday afternoon i and evening. The ha'.l had been dec- ! orated in red. white and blue bunting and with H ies and carnation? and pre- ; sented an attractive appearance. In I the evfuing a program was given in j X AoJtK Good plumbing in the kitchen u a matter ol great importance i o health. Old fashioned sink with dosed in piping are lodging place for vermin, mois ture and dirt which brings about serious illness. If the plumbing of your kitchen is old. unsightly and unhealthy, let us quote you a price on installing a snow-white taiuicf" ' eluding an address by Dean J. J. O. v . Dahlstein was the reader, reaa i QuirHi, vocal solos by Mrs. Joseph Ing from the study book. "Ixve in a I Smith. J. Xaab, Miss Schmidt, Mrs. Small Town." a verr plessant social B. J. Lachner. a duet by Mr. Burt and Mr. Wilson, piano solo by Miss j Fuller, and a iano duet by the Misses ' Burkhart and a re ading by Mrs. Smith, i 'The ladies cleared about ST5. The! MEN'S CLUB MEETING. ; ladies are very much pleased with the ; THE FIRST REGULAR MEETING success of the affair and wish to thank i cf the Edgewood Baptist Men's club ; these who assisted them in making ; was held last evening at the home iit so. ;Cf Joseph Wil raer, 4221 Sixth avenue. j The men d'senssed ways and means ! KATE HILL MISSION SOCIETY. j of carrying on the work of the or ! MRS J I. VANCE 1014 FOUR-! Sanation and decided to hold the first 1 tecnth-anda-ha f street. af hostess to ' rally and banquet in Edgewood chapel 'the members of the Kau Hill Mission ' Tuesday. April 13, when an address I society of the Vni-eci F-sbyte be givtfi.by V. B. Mclntyre. church last eveninc. Mrs. Vance was in charge of the prosram and she was G. P. C. CLUB. ! assisted bv MiB- R-sa Marerath, j MEMBERS OF THE G. F. C. CLUB Minnie Toenniges and Mabel M oiler 1 were entertained last evening by Miss ai.d the lesson topic was on China. Irene Bach, 1414 Fourth avenue. The i At th close of the nroeram a com- 'adies passed the evening with their mittee of girls dressed in Chinese cos- i tumes served a Chinese luncheon ; whirh w Tinvcitv and was also I much enjoyed. A letter was read from Miss Kate Hill at Sangla Hill. India, after whom the society is named, and whose letters are always greatly enjoyed. JONES-MORSE. MISS ETHEL MORSE, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morse of 2S02 Eighth avenue, this city, and John N. Jones of Moline, were united in mar- messa ine. Follow In g the ceremony a !m-ertrilr.f InllrhAT.n wft served at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Jones is employed at the Root an Jervoort factory in East Moline, and until a home cwi be found in this city he. and his bride will live with Mr. and Mrs. Morse of Rotk Island. GUILD TO BRING SINGER. THE DORCAS GUILD OF TRIN ity Episcopal church has completed ar rangements to bring to the city' Mrs. G'-orge Colliugwood Tucker of Keo kuk, who will appear in recital at the parish house the evening of Wednes day, April 2. Mrs. Tucker has given concerts in Davenport and Moline. and p. eased her audiences iu every in stance. She is a soprano and gives songs from the works of Jessie Guv nor and she terms her program one of "Songs from 8 to 8i." which are those from childhood to old age. A treat is in s'ore for those who will hear Mrs. Tucker. MEN'S CLUB MEETS. THE MEN'S CLUB OF THE FIRST Swedish Lutheran church held a large-j ly attended meeting last evening at the home of Peter Pederson, 415 Twenty- ninth street. Alfred Peaistrom con- ducted a bible study on Peter, and the discussion was participated In by members of t,he society. Refreshments were served during the evening. At the next meeting, which will be held at the home of J. A. Anderson, 820 Fifteenth street, an address will be given by Paul Schafer of Augustan a seminary. B. OF L. F. E. BALL. ONE OF THE LARGEST DANCING I parties cf the season was given at the New Hamer last evenina bv the ladies' auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and EuKinemen. Black Hawk lodge No. :104. Over a hundred couples attended the affair. The hall was elaborately decorated with red. white and green lanterns and flags, and in one corner of the room was a locomotive with an electric head light. The music was provided bv the Criterion orchestra. FORTNIGHTLY CIRCLE. THE FORTNIGHLY READING CIR cle was entertained yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. O. V. Holm- j,rajn 611 Forty-fourth street. Mrs. BLACK PLEATING TN NEW SPRING GOWN mm? B'ack aecordeor pVat'nr of chiffon or;- wh.'e liberty s:':k ma'Ks excerj itgly siril.'t.g and attra- t:e this i spring gown from Pichon of !';,ris The w aist is of shadow ;aoe w i-h a I belt cf black tafft'a and han-i-pain?-ied roses. nour roiiowed when Iuncn was servea. Mrs. E. T. Anderson w ill entertain the club in two weeks. embroid. ry work and visiting, and the nostess served a nice luncneon club will be entertained by The Miss Dixon next Tuesday evening. QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE. THE QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE OF the First Methodist church held its monthly meeting last evening with Miss B'anche Skallburg. 1609 Twenty eighth street. A paper was read by Miss Skallburg on "Mormcnlsm as a ReligloTi." and the business session was occupied with routine matters. A pleasant social hour followed when refreshments were served. Miss Ma- ; bel Smuti will be the next hostess. SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The I-adies' Aid society of Edge- wood Baptist, church will hold a bazar and sale Tuesday. April 1, afternoon and evening. There will be placed on sale horn bakery goods, candies, and ail kinds of aprons. Refreshments will also be served both afternoon and ev ening. VOLUNTEERS TO OPEN HALL HERE Captain J. L. Dowell of Moline States Mission Work Will Be Carried on in Rock Island. ! Captain J L. Dowell. in charge of the Volunteers of America af Moline, j mates that a mission hall is soon to : i ' be opened up in this city. He says that i frcuuentlv Rock Island Deonle have 'called at the offices of the movement; j in Chicago asking for the work to be; opened up npre and ,hat arrangements j are now pending toward that end. The Volunteers now have a new j home for girls at 1816 Fifteenth street ; i in Moline and also maintain an indus- i trial home for men where 48 can be1 accommodated. Captain Dowell states that Frank Jordan, who was recently arrested, will no longer represent the 1 organization here. He was taken U tow by the police when it was alleged tl at he was misrepresenting the work I cf his association. While it was the! plan of the organization to accept both j money and clothes. Mr. Jordan is said to have been strong for the mazuma (only, refusing to take cast-off duds, ! Captain Dowell thinks that his conduct.! ias such that the Volunteers will at- tempt to get aiong w huuui m "i ANSON SCORED LAST. The Old Chicago Captain Made Two Plays to Dahlen's One. Tim Hurst, the veteran umpire, told ' u nra nn Rill tin li 1 ,.n n-hpn Rill Vli i - a youtu toning uuaer cap iiuson in Chicago. Said he: "Anson called Dahlen (rood and hard in a game I was umpiring In Chicago. Dahlen took it without Sflytug a word, but a few minutes later Bill remarked to me, 'Watch me bark that old fel low's shins' 'Ans' was not an agile then ns he was in his younger days, and he stooped with much effort All through that game Bill miide great stops, only to throw the ball a few feet in front of the bag. and it was up to Anson to stop it with his shius. "However, that was not the end of it A few days later the White St-x-kiugs bad to make a trip to St. Louis, and An.-on told Dahlen he would not be taken on the trip. Bill had been told that several times and he thoucht 'Ans' was fooling. The train left Chicago about midnight and Dahleu was with the rest of the team ' When the train was about twenty five miles out of Chicago the conductor 1 tn'd Anson there were sixteen men In the party and he had received only ; fifteen tickets Anson said theVe were j only fifteen men and named the berths ' they occupied. " The man in berth No. 17 mvs he is a member of the Chicsgo tenm." said the conductor, who was referring to Dahlen 'He's stringing you." replied Anson. Poor Bill was asked to cough ! np and couldn't. The train was stop- ! ped, and Dahlen was put off the train ' about thirty miles from Chicsgo How ! he got back to Chicago only Bill hlm- ! self knows, but he would not ttilk to : anvbody for a week." j Nothing to Worry Over. "I heard something the othei day that grest'y surprised me. and 1 have beeo worried about it ever since."' ' V hat was it?" I don't know whether I ought to meiflon tt to you or not. but I was told that your daughter's husband was a free thinker. She's such a lovely girl! I hope it isn't true." "Of course it iin't. or if it U It won't make any difference. Laura tr.kes aft er me. rnd jr.y husband was a free 'thinner, f ". when I married him Now he iiii'i. thinka" Chicago l:ecorcl Heiti.d rhamberla'n's Stomach and T.iver Tab'eta invariably bring reiief to wo men suffering from chronic cor.stipa ticn headache, bil'ousnes. d zziness, sallow ness of tt" skin and d; sLCps:a. Sold ty ai; druggiata. (Adv.) There is spirited selling for nowhere else in the city is there such an extensive showing of all that is newest and best in women's and Misses' wearing apparel. All our spring purchases are now in and our showing this week is the most perfect and complete display we have ever made. Make selections early this week is possible everv dav will be a busier day from now on. Wonderful Suit Values at $9.98, $12.93, $14.98 You can chooae from a host of smart tailored suits of serges and new mixtures. Values and assortments such as we never have been able to offer at these prices. Stunning New Models in Spring Coats at $7.50 to $30.00 It's our ambition to show only such coats as 'show many points of superiority, for we have no more use for the commonplace styles than you have. Another strong feature to commend them is the moderate prices. A score of handsome stvles featured at $14.98. Rain and Auto-Coats $1.98 to $10.00 Practical and serviceable rain and auo coats that are particu larly desirable for early spring wear. Dressy enough for bright days, too. THE BEE HIVE FOR ONE PIECE DRESSES Her are shown dresses for every occasion for the house, street, after noon or evening wear. The moderate pricing is a notable feature and no woman should deny herself one or more of these popular garments. House Dresses at 69c, 98c, $1.25 Cloth Street Dresser, $4.98 to $15 New Silk Dresses, $7.50 to $25.00. Special values in Chiffon Party Dresses at $12.93 and $14.98. Children's wash dresses a sndid and well chosen assortment and vou will wonder how thev can be msle and sold at the prices. utc to $7..10 The 'Bee "271 J v 13 TIIK MOnFf. KITCIIRX. us consider the location of a Let Htchen. It should have a northern exposure as a rule wi'h window. :md also one on the east and west. This keeps the kitchen cool in summer, while a southerly exposure makes it very hot. Let o her rooms have thib flood of sunshine, they need it. but the kitchen does not. Proper ven tilation with windows and doors on opposite sides to give a circulation ! of air will keep the kitchen cool, airy and sanitary in w inter or summer. An architect, I blieve, who has tried to reduce the kitc hen to a scien tific basis so that every unnecessary step is eliminated, esimates that f'r a fami y of five or less a kitchen l"xl0 feet is of the proper size. ?nd for larger famil;es a kitchen 12x1 feet shouid answer all purposes and 14x14 feet sliculd seldom be built except for unusually large house? and fam- ' Hies. I Tlie right rrl.i'icn.-hips of th var j ions conver.ien'es and i-quipTif-nts shculd be carefully thought Jut ?:id fol.ow sr me particular plan. The i ranse it may be gas, electric, fire ; lejis, oomliined or sparpf- but 1 whatever it :s have the beet that can be afforded to do the cookii.-' well . and with as li'tle heat ;"! smoke .in the room as possible. Place this 'in 'he middle of the wall next to the dining room or butler's pantry. The sink should be placed in the middle c f the wai; a: right angles to the stove with a window having a pleasant outlook ever it. If r"'; woodwork to harbor grease, bugs, dirt and germs, hut should be of '-naiii' l or sanitary p'or.e or flnte. although the latter is 'c-o dark V be attractive. Keep everything white or as light as possible in hekitchen, including your self. Put Poslam At Work For You An n ss yrc: fnr vrv i l.y firT'v' eafid r-.i : i f fro r.e B'-n,,v l -1- k . r.. ;. . . ar v II ';: ifno r- let fre-rr n tnf amiiiai-r.. at d .rfare r,otr.'''V ro n.i.if. :.- : re (i After ? .rci'JS; v " 6i);.:;f'aM"!," rot rsrl'l rr, r - 'ti. r. t ut.J r)e d'.pa pp d. T'p 'npifim firp: ! r. t. r-f " rf-np tr a thr.r j. pf l.-pTi'i:ib fr any forrr in,. I' !' a:1 r.'-r 1'.: r '.: k I. -.' l . .ii. d rr. ' r.i W.-11. 'm': I. i a I. A ! 'Al .rr n.fr. -tt'.r It ":or d r.'l 'i ' i:i, U s "unt'i'i" r.-l.'ftl r. l'e i '!'.: Ff r 1 t- Emery r..: Twrtv-f th : lAiv ceL N-w York 3 i p.. -. " , ' .'. : fit. 6- ; . .'..,. '. - r- I a 'Reason for the at The 'Bee Hive these days 500 New Suits Priced from $19.98 to $45.00 Suits that for quality of mater ials and workmanship are un surpassed. If there is some par ticular style you want our stocks afford the best opportunity for satisfactory selection. Children's Rain Capes, $1.50, $1.98, $2.98 Every school girl should have one of these storm capes for the damp chilly spring days. They are waterproof and fitted with storm hood. Agea 6 to 14 years. Hibe On the Corner raddynSts. ax fx" J. Never place th refrigerator in the sible a kitchen p-intry or closet should be placed betwt en the s'ove and sink for convenience and in the corner a wash bowl with running hot and cold water for washing the hands and net in the sink. These are four very important pans of the house labora tory, very close together and one can jcook for hours with very little effort or steps. j The pantry closet or shelves for a I kitchen should never run down '.ower than .'M inches of the floor. The up- 1 per shelves should not exceed five feet. I There should be some reform in ! stoves whih are built too Tow. Bend ! ing up and down sometimes does a' woman pood, pioviding she knows how ; . to do it, but constant stooping over a low stove, table, or sink is bad in deed and th p' is every excuse for a woman being cross, tired, and sick under s'i . h conditions. The top of the stove should be on a level with tjie waist and have the oou hi;ll or low or on the side, I care not. j The kitchen sink should have no : kitchen if it can possibly be avoided, ; Lut build it into the wall with an in side and oiitsid entrance. Tht ice ; : man is inner a very welcome guest1 in tnc kitchen, so plan in iave the ice put in from the outside door. I have l-ft th "le si. for tin- last." and that is the kitchen taWe. Have , no fancy turned legs to ca'ch dust. Have plainness and simplicity. This tai.ie must be of sufficient! height so iliat the housekeeper does not have to stoop while working. She must stand wll If she expects to last for any length of t'uie in her profession of hou.-i ke ping The top should be of glass. I am not saying if you can jfford it. Save some other place, cut out a few sofa pillows, but have tins tiiiile perfect. There .is whore t he mam worn or tti' nome centers on this table. Ir is easilv cleaned and perfectly sanitary. This should stand! under or near a window and hooks j ';ver the table for all the small uten si's used in iookiia. One or two draw- ! ers in w inch the t,-ible for the larger things I cannot be hung i p ij ;.. thai. s-ary. The licht. should c ome is nc i e.s from the cen'er of the room a id should be as good as any in the house; one side light is sometimes necc-ssary. WELCOMED A KICKING. Odd incidtnt That Proved the Popu larity of Dumas. In "My Aiiioiiioraphy" Mnie. Ju ditii. tlie gr;:it Kreii'.b actress, writes of Aieii.n-ier Iunia. the cider: "ieis g'.ai'it of a mulatto, wiih hU i'i'. b.a "I:, ruocking eyes, his wide nos-t;.,-. tf.i' k ii -. heavy chin, his crl.-piy : i r . 1 1 j i; n;.i.' m:d his forebid w ith Its strange l uniji". like that of some un ru y i hi:.J v. iio is liway.- fighting with tii- ci,;:;r:. '!(-.. was truly u I e(. resent a ti'.e .er.ii:i:e. n type retleeting all the l;is-i;:i of t!.e romanticists. There would Lave something wanting to his titre if this grand -on of a negres hu'l i.i t ',eeu seen sf-.ii.i.g (ilong the 1'ari -i-'ii tx.irevarils. !f bis laugh bad not I.i en he-aid on tiie terraces of the cfes or if t.e bi!l not nppeii rtl playing his part with ni.ive self s.itistiif tiou la c.ltielal ceremonies a n I af the l ulieries ha!!, er .ikii .1,- ilt lel.ind tl.e (!.( ;ir !li - !.-.-., er v. i h i.U riu around the vi.- t of stii a'tres. or atius and dnukiuz euuush for four Ui wmHwm ill Yw-mm I fir7 , 'DaPCTlpOrt, IotVd ira the merry suppers at which aothora and nrflsts used to meet. "His popularity wns simply nnecnal ed. There was a story current in my time of a singular wsger made by Mery of Marseilles. Walking one day In some public garden with a friend, he suddenly said to hlin: Do you see that big. ridiculous loeklnit fellow? I het you Urn sous Hint if I kick him, no matter where, instead of flying into1 a rage he will make me a polite bow.' v. "The bet was taken, and Mery. creep ing stealthily tip behind M. Frud honmie. gave him a tremendous kick In the small of bis buck. The mnn turned red with Indignation, bnt Mery cried: 'Oh, I beg your pardon, sir; I took yon for Alexander Dumn. with whom I have an aeeount to settle." "His victim, only too proud to be taken for such n great mnn. at once re lented nm!. tnUIng o(T bis hut in the most amiable manner, be snid. with n bow, 'There Is no harm done, mon sieur.' The hundred sons were won." THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. j II. K. Battles .t- Co. imlte every housekeeper in the tri-i ities, regardless of where she usually trades, to take I'dvantaue of their enormous line of (ielicac ies. You are sure of quality when you buy here there Is no ele ment of c hance- but an uniiuestloiieil certainty. Many food products cannot be Judged until they reach (he table, hence it is desirable that you be cer tain of the quality of things making your feasts. That certainty is yours when your foods come from Mock Is land's pure food store. Our service in I replete with pleasure giving features. Our prices are junt as low as goods of j the same quality can be sold. It's real economy to use pure food - it's folly r.i ' to use them when they cost no more.- (Adv.) Enroute to Clinton. The Bohemian Oirl opera company which had an enaement In this city last Sunday, came to the city today over the Hock I.-land anil was trans-f-i red to th" Biirlini m Four specie 1 reaches are required for the company, The company is cu route to Clinton, r Ir'A'a. i - Health or Sis'hring The main reason why fo many women suffer ffrc-utly at times i3 becauso of a run-down con dition. Debility, jioor circula tion show in headaches, lan guor, nervousness and worry. BEECHAflB'S PILLS (Tki UifMt iali at r,y kitalciii. In th WHi) are the safe3t., surest, most convenient and most economi cal remedy, 'iiiey clear the system of 0130115, jiurify th-j blood, relieve sufTerino; and ensure such rood health and strength that iM the be iily orpans work natural ly a nd prop erly. In actions, feeiins and looks, thousands of women have proved tho.t Ikecham's l'i'li a, p m The Bitterer. Sold ever where. In Loacs, KK:., 2- i. Vciocu will the direrti'io uheer box hi