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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
Caleb Weatherspout, an old bache
lor James C. SImser.
Leslie Raymore, a clerk John F.
Dorothy Clyde, the squire's daugh
ter Miss Gladys Dunleavy.
1 DH W CDD) dfl
Mrs. Felton, a poor widow Mrs. A.
Emlv. her only child Miss Ethel
Paranthia Philip, an heiress Miss
Lucy Ittner. j
Mercy, her maid Miss Anna .nan-
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; Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am 25
years old and very round shouldered.
there any way to remedy thia with
out the aid of shoulder braces?
. Shoulder braces may help some,
but your will power can do a great
deal more. Stand straight, with your
chin and chest up. and stomach is.
Practice deep breathing. Walk a great
deal and swing your arms. Sit
straight If you working Bitting at a
esk or table, sit in a low Beat so
you will not stoop over yon work.
It a!l depends upon yourself, ray dear.
' Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Please
fell me what will develop my bust
I am large enough other -rays. If
Cocoa butter will, how much and how
flen must I use it? I want It devel
oped as noon as possible.
; (2) I am about 18 years old and a
Ice looking blond. What color of
satin would I look nice in?
. (3) How much does cocoa butter I Jm,t ordinary tablet paper?
iot? I i have no heart problems, and if
I Ml what will whiten my neck?
: (5) 1 have a pretty neck: how low
In the back should I wear my dresses?
The first scene was the interior of
widow's cottage and the second a
mask ball at Clyde hall, which brought
about several clever mixups. All tha
parts were well taken and the whole
play was put on in a very creditable
' f BOYS CLUB OFFICERS.
ttaniUKTO EKKR3C!) JSSEJtTZZ
() Buttermilk or lemon Juice. Also, enthusiastic meeting at the church
if the neck is very dark, bind it with last evening and elected officers for
cloths wrung out of cold water, cover the year. There were two tickets In
with flannel, and.wear all night: do the field and election was done by
t!ii3 two or three "nights, but be care- ! the Australian ballot, the board of
election consisting of Edwin Mem-
ful not to take cold when the com- i
press is taken off. For decollete dress,
cold cream the neck, wipe this oil
gently and dust with powder.
(5) Let your modesty decide that
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Do au
thors pay publishers for a copyright
to their stories? (2) What kind of
paper do authors use to write on?
I did have I would certainly ask you
for advice. INQUISITIVE.
(1) No. The copyright is obtained
from the librarian of congress, Wash-
(1) The bust cannot b developed inpton, D. C. Write to him for infor-
fapidly. It is a very slow process,
and any remedies that promise more
are sure to be daagerouB. Gentle
cin&Hsa-e with cocoa butter will help.
tTse a little cocoa butter melted In
the palm of the hand and massage
gently with a rotary motion. Deep
breathing extrcixes will do even more
good Uian the. massage. Take ibem
morning and evening outdoors or be
fore an open window.
f2 Any of the delicate shades, I
should think, would become you, un
less your color is very high, when
the deeper shades may be used.
Azure, rox pink and ptire white
would probably do nicely.
(S) Five cents worth will be plen
ty for some time.
mation. (2) Ordinary foolscap is best,
unless you have a typewriter and can
use plain typewriter paper.
I am glad you have no heart prob
lems, my dear, and hope you may al
ways be free from them.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you
pleas; suggest some nice names for
an advanced Sunday school class?
You do not say whether it is a
class of boys, or girs, or mixed. You
inlfTht call yourself the Pilgrims, or
Christian soldiers and take "Onward
Christian Soldiers" as your battle
hymn. Or you might take the first
Initials of your last names and make
a word out of it
f Minima m ( -
they would appreciate it very mucli
their sewing and spent the time In
an informal social way asd they were
served with a nice lunch.
ROYAL BEREANS MEET.
THE ROYAL BEREANS OF THE
Memorial Christian church held a bus
iness meeting at the church last night
and elected Mrs. F. A. Graves teacher
of the class. W. B. Stine has been the
teacher, but he resigned to take
charge of the Second Christian mis
sion, which necessitated the election
of a new teacher.
COVENANT CLASS SEWS.
THE COVENANT BIBLE SEWING
class of the First Methodist church
held a largely attended meeing yes
terday afternoon with Mrs. C. H. Hos
kinson, at her home. 1812 Twelfth
street, with Mrs. Charles Langman
as the assistant hostess. The time
was pased sewing for charity and in
preparation for a sale to be given
in the fall. A lunch was served af
ter, the work meeting.
' AUXILIARY NEEDS HELP.
; THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF
lie I !u map society, composed of the
dlta who are Interested in humane
ivork and humane education, are very
busy then days with their sewing
.:;d l!ie educational work b'lng done
through the schools of the city. They
have . rganized all the srhool children
nto bands of mercy, p.iven them in
struction in humane work aud are
benching them kindness towa'd all liv
ing creatures. This work has been
expensive both lu time and money,
'nit It Is well worth all it costs for
.'. is nrnklng its Impression on the
voung minds which Ikis a'rvady be-
nn to bear fruit.
Ot.e incident Is told by a lady who
uiippened to be a i(Des, of a little
:irl some 7 or K years old who saw a
.cainsler whipping his team, and walk-1 CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY.
out to the curb, shook her finger TI1K EUDOItA REHEKAH LODGE
:it him and said, "Ikm't von hit that ; ,., , ,
, .. . , ,. .i 1 No. 7.1 gave a short program last even-
hor.e ayain or 1 will t-.M the utiicer
;md !iae ou arrested" The driver! lnK ftt Odd Kdlows- hall the event be
U.ld her to ro on to school aud mind i ,u llR anniversary. The program was
her own I'UmIihss, bu' she suid. "You
tyre, Harry Hayes Cleaveland, Bliss
Rinck and Glenn Broqulst. The win
ning ticket is:
President William Simmons.
Vice President Meredith Ostrom.
. Secretary Clifford Meyers.
Treasurer Hawsley Huron.
Sergeants Eyster Britton and Paul
Members of the Executive Commit
tee Walter Tappendorf. Otto Wed
erta and Barney Peterson.
Membership Committee William
Hansgen, Warren Reck, Jr., Lloyd Edgar.
The club will be divided Into groups
to take up various lines of study and
endeavor. There w-ill be a group for
athletics, travel, civics, social service,
educational, which Includes the study
of nature, birds, etc.. and meetings
mill be held the second and fourth
Friday evenings In the month. L. S.
McCabe has offered a firBt and sec
ond prize to the boy bringing In the
most flies by the last of June in a tj
swatting contest. After the business
before the club was disposed of
games were played and a repast was
BROADWAY MIS8ION SOCIETY.
MRS. FRED TITTERINGTON, 816
Twenty-second street, entertained the
members of the Woman's Mission so
ciety of the Broadway Presbyterian
church yesterday afternoon, with a
good attendance of the ladies. Mrs.
O. W. Litten gave a very Interesting
report of the meeting of the Board
of the Northwest at Sioux City, which
she atended as a delegate. The meet
ing of the presbyterial mission soci
ety at Geneseo was given by Mrs. II.
E. Curtis, the delegate from the local
society. The study lesson of the af
ternoon on "China's New Day" a:Hpa nf TJevelonment Prom Old-
Located 14th Ave., 32nd to 34th Sts.
Agent will be at the addition every Saturday and Sun
day afternoons to show property and
Qisote Low Prices and Easy Terms
Take Elm Street or Longview cars to the addition.
. McPANGEiU Ikmnt BUILDING
if those desiring to help will 'call the ! 3iBoUBSel T Mr- Tltterington and
Mrs. W. S. Parks. A social hour
when lunch was served, followed.
est Composition Brought Out
in College Program.
A musical festival, unique In many
president Mrs Belle Jones. ,
There are those who are able to
assist, and are wlllinc and that is
why their attention Is called to the j HISTORICAL SOCIETY PROGRAM.
Both the Humane society and the j land Connty Historical society to be , resPep,s' was "ored la night by
auxi'iary should be given every en-' held Monday evening at the Rock is-) the Handnel Oratorio soel.ny of Augus
coiiragement possible for they are ; land club promises to be one of very j tana college, aided by a smaller A
doing a good work and a work that I great interest. An attractive program ( Capella choir, and four soloists. The
many could and would not. do, but as been arranged including papers on , purpose running through the entire
someone must do it and as they are "Some Reminiscences of Pioneer j program was to give an idea of the
w illing to do it, the citlaens should Rock Island" by Mrs. K. T. Anderson, ; development of choral music from the
come to their assistance now, before ! "I-ccal Historical Suggestions" illue- i oldest compositions extant down to
it is too late.
original with Professor J. V. Berg
quist, director of the chorus, and credit
is due him for the interesting enter
tainment. The oldest composition sung was
"Sumer is Icumen In," a rota written
In 122S . This was rendered by the A
Capella choir under Professor Berg-
qtilst's direction. .Then followed other
chorals and group of madrigals, some
being rendered py the choir and oth
ers by Mrs. Marie Sidenius-Zendt, so
prano; Mrs. Henry Matthey, alto; Pro
fessor Lewis Canterbury, tenor, and
Carl Lindegren, basso. "Matona Mia
Cara," a madrigal rendered by the
choir, was a sprightly ditty and arous
ed the audience to a high pitch of en
thusiasm. This composition was writ
ten by Orlando Lassus, a member of
the Netherlands 6chool, in the ICth century.
The latter part of tie program was
devoted to oratorio music, with ex
amples from the ancient Laude, the
basic form of the oratorio. A duo by
Mrs. Matthey and Profesfior Canter
bury, represented the soul and the
body, from the first oratorio ever writ
ten, was a feature of the program.
This composition was the work of
Eml.'io del Cavalieri, and was given for
the first time in 1G0O in the oratory of
the church of Santa Maria in Valll-
cella. It is from this fact that the
name "oratorio" is derived. The part
rendered last night was copied from
the original manuscript preserved in
the museum at Florence, Italy, and
presented to Professor Bergquist by a
Selections from Bach's "God's Time
Is the Best," Handera "Messiah,
Haydn's "Creation," and Mendelssohn's
"Elijah" closed the program. One of
the best parts was the rendition by
the chorus of "Be Not Afraid," from
the "Elijah." Mrs. Sidenius-Zendt also
made a very favorable Impression in
the soprano passage, "With Verdun-
I I fc ' v I .
' Little Miss Moffett sat on a tuffet,
Eating her curds and whey."
rsVltcc 6ftcheH Kirk
this to be the case, but for digestion
on an equality with meat
COOK MT I5B AT FACI.T.
Cooked cheese dishes have had
trouble winning their way, not be
cause they did not taste good, but
because they were considered hard to
digest. This also has been proven
wrong, but always keep the fact In
mind that all fatty foods, if overheat
ed In cooking, contain burned, decom
posed fats. This, however, la poor
cooking and no fault of the cheese.
If there, are any whose digestion Is
weak, a level teaspoonful of potassi
um bicarbonate to one pound of
cheese when cooking has been sug-
When Mother Goose wrote the
above she was probably unaware that !
the stirring, storing and ripening of, , )i,, h.ik.h...
the curds, possibly accidental at first, of vaiuabie food
trated, J. 11. Hauberg; "Inaian Burial j the modern oratorio. The plan is I clad." from the "Creation." Mrs.
DonaUons for the Humane society Ceremonies over the Grave of Colo-
may bp sent to Miss I'Ina Ramspr and
for the Auxiliary society to Mrs. F.
W. U!iik, secretary. '
ne! Davenport," a paper written by Al
fred Anders, an eye witness, illustrat
ed, ai;d stereopticon views of early
Illinois history by William Meese of
Moline. The meeting is open to all
persons Interested and they are in
vited to attend.
!iit him utfuln and I call the oilioer,"
end ln ir(.vo away, but lie did not hit
Ms Iirrse utsiij.
The Huxtliary i orgunized to as
! l tl'.e Humane society In the irntln
I li'iiiiK of an o tlicer here, tir.d for some
MASTER MARVIN LINCKE WAS
host at his home. 519 Thirty-eighth
Piano Trio Misses Hlen Hedberg, , street, last evpning to a dozen boys
P.r.iuia SeebTger and Anua Ret tig.
P.ecltation Mis-s Essie Gregg.
Piano Solo Mi-8 Agnes Lamp.
"Violin Solo -Miss Elizabeth Chaney.
1 iar.o Trio Misses Hedberg, See-
tiir.e the society's funds have been : berger und R;tlig.
and gir'l, the occasion being liis 12th
birthday anniversary. Many games
were played and each guest enjoyed
the evening iminensaly. A delightful
birthday lunch was served by Mrs.
Edward Lincke, assisted by her moth
er, Mrs. W. Kohlmier of Cliaton. Many
' the young host.
"ry low and It has bern necessary A two act comedy, "Dorothy Clyde
"or the auxiliary to pay the salury of the ifiiuire's Daught-w," with cast as ; pretty remembrances were left with
Uie otltcer in nddttlon to Its other j ioiiows, was given:
work, and so they need the help of! Itprton ('lyd. a country squire
, M who ;m assist in tills huniaiiilar-I Wi!sani Gulden)!pf.
'.-.n work. ei(!nr in dci.ati'ins of moil-j Morety Dingle, a rich man's son
y or materlitl for their elug, and - A. L. Loring.
xMRS. C. D. HEMMICK
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MRS. DICKSON HOSTESS.
THE WOMAN'S HOME AND FOR
eign Mission society of the Central
Presbyterian church was. entertained
' yesterday afternoon by Mrs. J. K.
Dickson, at her home, 722 Fifteenth
street. Mrs. H. J. Dawson presided
, at the meetir.g and the home topic,
i "The Freedman," was given by Mrs.
! J. r. Find'.cnd and the home topic
Japan by Miss Deal. Mrs. Dawson
i gave a report of the presbyterial meit
' ing in Geneseo the first of the month,
i The hostess served a lunch at the
close of the afternoon and a delfght-
ful time of sociability followed.
I MISSION SOCIAL UNION.
THE MAY MEETING OF THE
' Missionary Social union will be held
; at Central Presbyterian church Sun
Iday afternoon, May 4, at 3:30 o'clock.
A speaker from Chicago will be pres
ent and tell of the work being car-
i ried on in that city along the lines the
local society is doing. A good pro
gram is being arranged and the speak
er will be announced early next week.
60CIAL DRUG CLUB.
MEMBERS OF THE SOCIAL
i Drug club held a pleasant meeting
: last evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Ullemeyer 1107 Nineteenth street.
The game of 500 was played at three
I tables and Mrs. A- C. Croswell and
! A. J. Rieaa took the head prises. Af
! tar the games a delicious luncheon
! was served and a very delightful so
! cial hour was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Croswell will entertain In two
U. P. LADIES MEET.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OP
the United Presbyterian church held
;an enjoyable social meeting yester
jday afternoon with Mrs. F. A. Glawe,
JT' J 1301 Fourth avenue. The ladies took
Zendt has often appeared pefore Au
gustana audiences, and her sweet, bell
like voice has made her a general fa
vorite. Mrs. Matthey made a very
deep impression in the beautiful alto
solo, "He was despised and rejected,"
from the "Messiah." Carl Lindegren,
who sang the basso passages, is a for
mer Augustana student. It was his
first appearance here as an oratorio
Binger, and he made a splendid im
pression. Professor Canterbury ap
peared to best advantage; in "O, Lord,
incline us to consider," a passage
which he rendered with nice delicacy
and tone shading.
The native wild highbush cranber
ry, dogwood, Juneberry, blackhaw and
wild grape all make good plants for
the home if properly set.
Mrs. Christian D. Hemmick.
Washington, D. Cv April 23. Dis
tressed with sympathy for the poor,
down-trodden working girl, Mrs.
Christian Dominique Hemmick of
this town has come forward with a
suggestion which she believes will
bring happiness again to the ranks
of working girls. Skirts having be
come so narrow aa t make walking
difficult and disagreeable if not Im
possible, Mrs. Hemmick suggests
trousers. "Why not" she asks,
"substitute comfortable and sensible
trousers for the working woman's
As a "social leader and dictator of
style," Mrs Hemmick has been asked
to set the example to the working
girls by. wearing trousers herself.
This she declines to do on the ground
that society women, having vehicles
at their command, are not seriously
inconvenienced by the present styles.
The working women of the national
capital, at least, have paid little heed
to the suggestion about wearing
trousers. Men's clothing stores
haven't done any more business since
the suggestion was made than they
Red and Irritated, Pimples Festered.
Itched and Burned. UsedCuticura
Soap and Ointment About 3
Weeks. Was Completely Cured.
1613 Dayton St.. Chicago. 111. ",My
face waa very red and irritated and waa
covered with phnploa. The pimpiea festered
and cams to a bead. They itched and
burned and when I scratched them became
ore. I tried soaps and they would not luop
the Itching and burning of the akin. This
lasted for a month or more. At lan I triod
Cuticurm Ointment and Soap. They took
out the burning and itching of the akin
aootblng It very much and giving the relief
that the otbera failed to give me. I used the
Cuticun Soap and Ointment about three ,
weeks and waa completely cured." (Signed)
Mies Clara Mueller. Mar. 16, 1912.
resulted in cheese, one-ot the oldest
and best dairy products.
From the housekeeper's standpoint
it 1b valued because of the ease with
which it can be kept and prepared
in such a variety of ways for the ta
ble. Then everyone likes it; but she
has not always known that it has high
nutritive value and particularly in
protein or muscle forming materials
for her family.
Keep this in mind the next few
months when cheese may better take
the place of meat in many appetizing
Cheese used to be a home industry,
but now, with the exception of cottage
cheese, it is a large commercial en
terprise both in this country aud on
the other side of the ocean.
VAIUET1KS A.VD AAMKS BNrMRROUS.
There are many varieties and
names the Cheddar, taking its name
from the English village where it
originated, Cheddar sage cheese, Eng
lish dairy, English Cheshire, Young
America, Vermont soft cream cheese,
Philadelphia, Pimento, Swiss cheese,
Gruyera, Emmentaler, etc., Edam,
Brie and Camembert. Bo if variety
counts for anything it looks as though
cheese cut some figure in our dietary,
all made from milk or cream by Its
own special process.
Air should never be wholly exclud
ed from cheese as it molds more
readily. One of the best ways for
keeping cut cheese in the home is to
wrap it in a slightly damp cloth and
then in paraffine paper and keep in
a cool place. The cloth should not
be wet, but damp.
This most nourishing food has been
thought by many to be very indiges
tible. Government tests and various
experiment stations have not proven
There are scores of ways in which
cheese may be used in menus, but we
will take only a small part of it today
salads, dressings and sandwiches.
It is a very common accompaniment
of salads and the combination is sen
sible as wcdl as palatable, for the sucj
culent foods (greens), largely water;
cellulose and mineral salts, go well
with the protein and fat of the cheese.
Nothing is better for luncheon than
a cheese fondu, or souffle, crisp, green
salad and whole wheat bread sand
wiches; or, Neuf chatel or Philadelphia
cream cheese may bo rubbed smooth
with a little cream or mayonnaise
dressing and chopped nuts, olives, pi
mentos, parsley, or chives, made into
little balls or cut in slices and served
on lettuce with French dressing.
Rub one cream cheese smooth with
a little mayonnaise, season with salt
and chopped pistachio nuts (which
are green), wash, drain and wipe dry
one canned pimento, being very care
ful to choose a bright red one from
the can and not broak it; stuff it with
the cheese and stand It in a cool
place for at least one hour. When
ready to serve, slice on lettuce and
serve with French dressing.
TOMATOES, IHKKSH SALAD,
Peel very ripe tomatoes, scoop out
the centers and stuff with the cheese
dressing given; only use a tablespoon
ful of grated onion and chopped pars
ley instead of the nuts. When ready
to serve cut in two cross wise and
lay half on each portion of lettuce.
Serve with French dressing.
Miss Edna Flanagan, O. Jf.
answered promptly day or
Phone west 833-X. (Adv.)
BURNING AND ITCHING
Day and Night FfTrma in Form of Rath.
Moona Em, Ind. "My tittle daughter
bad buning aod itchhsa enuaticm day
and night. The ecaema waa In the form
ofaraab. It began flrat in patches on ber
face aad under ber anna, aod then on her
bauds. We were very much alarmed about
her aa It waa spreading ao rapidly. We used
Cuticura Soap and 'ointment about one
month aod they cared my little daughter
cf eezema. Ber skin ia aa smooth aa could
be aod aha is la floe health." (Signed) Mn.
Uaato Boot. Jan. 27, 1913.
Ctitk-ora Baap aod Cuticura Ointmrat are
aaid bhroogKout th wortd. liberal aampla of
each mailed free, witk 33-p. Skte Book. Ad
drea paat-eard "CuUeura, Dept.T. Boaton."
gVTeDder-faoed men should uae Cuticura
Soap Shaving Stack. 25c. fiampiefrea,
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Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street.