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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. MAY 27, 1913.
Dear Mr. Thompson: Will you kind,
It give me a recipe for making angel
food cake? L. G. W.
Angel Food Whites of nine large
or 10 email eggs, pinch of salt added
to eggi, one and one-fourth cups gran
ulated sugar, one-half teaspoonful
cream of tartar, one cup flour, one tea
spoonfuf vanilla. Beat eggs, then add
cream of tartar and beat again; rift
sugar three times, add eggs and beat
as stiff as possible. Add flour and
tras little as possible. Sift flour
five'times berore add'.ng. Have a pan
ith little legs cn top of pan so you
can turn cake upside down to cool.
Don't grease pan.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
young wife: will be married two years
this coining August I have a good
husband. He just treats me like a
queen. He always buys the best of
everything, swell clothes and dia
monds, but. only.' one fault I have
against him. He always likes to go out
alone. He doesn't take mm out very
much and when he does go out alone
he stays out all the afternoon. I nev
er know where to And him. 1 then go
out looking for him. Would you ad
vise me to do so? He gets very angry
at me. ' He tells me to stay home
where I belong, that he doesn't want
me chasing around looking after him.
please give me your advice just how
to treat him. (2) Is jealousy true
love? (3) As I pass by the drug store
where I buy all my drugs, the drug
gist always looks out of the window
and speaks to me: then he smiles. Is
that proper? He is a married man.
(4) When walking on the street, in
meeting a young man, what tide is
proper for the lady to walk on the
Inside or the outside? MRS. A. R.
': (V) Your husband is quite right not
to want you chasing after him. He
may be very busy, and he knows that
people will laugh at both of you if he
has no liberty.
married couple without children and
we have property of our own and It
Is deeded to me, his wife. Now in
case my husband would die, could his
parents or sisters and brothers make
any trouble for me, or must my hus
band make a will? Thanks.
If the property in all in your name
now, 1 do not think his relatives could
claim any cf It after his death. If it
is not, he should make a will.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: My husband
is a good man and makes good mon
ey; he gives it all to me. But I am
not satisfied, because he works from
nocn till 2 in the morning and sleeps
til! 10. I only have a couple of hours
of his company. I have no acquaint
ances here, so I am lonesome. I don't
know what to do. Shall I make him
quit? 1 love him. Work here Is very
slack. Please tell me how I should
go about to remedy it
Your husband probably does not en
joy working those hours any more than
you like it, so don't make him unhap
py by complaining. He must be an
overworked man, but if work is slack
it will be better for him to stick to
this job unless he 13 pretty sure that
he can get another. Ask him to look
cut for something better and to get
his friends interested. Watch the ad
vertisements in the newspapers and
put his application in at different em
ployment agencies. Perhaps you can
Attend to your own I get some work to do to fill up your
business, my dear, and let him attend
to his. (2) No. It is selfishness. (3)
Tou are probably a good customer and
He is naturally pleasant to you. It's
Just good business on hi", part to be
plea3ant to you. (4) The woman
walks on the inside.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are a
time and help with the family financ
es. If you can sew or cook extra
well, show some of your work to your
neighbors and ask them if they would
like to give you orders. You might
join a woman's club or a church so
ciety and so get acquainted. Here's
hoDlne that vour good man gets a
J better job, my friend.
ft ilxm mi in HM IIHIIIIWI llllll I Mill Hill III I IWiwf
MISS - IlLTH MARION NORTH
and Hoy A. Spurgfon, both of Moliue,
were united lu omrrluye laHt evening
at 8:30 at a pretty (-Imply ceremony
perfomW nt th home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver North,
62J Sixteenth street. 'J no ceremony
waj witnessed by t company of
relatives and dose friends. Rev. J.
E. Connor, pastor of the First Meth
odist church, ofliciated at the service.
Tho bride wus attended by Miss Bei
!o Rathbuu of Davenpoit, a cousin
of th brido, and the groom's best man
vas Ralph Crowley of Moline. Mis
spent playing games and with music.
A feature of the evt ning was the dress
ing of clothes pins in blue and white
crepe paper to represent dolls. M:s
Ellie Young winning the prize in the
The club will be entertained by Mrs. ,
Schenebricker in two weeks.
LEAGUE ELECTS OFFICERS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Epworth league of Spencer Memorial
Methodist church was held at the
church last evening and the election
of officers resulted in the following be
""' Went E. W. Thompson.
rirst Vice President Mies Ruth Mc
pherson. Second Vice President Miss Bessie
Third Vice President Miss Ruth
Fourth Vice President Miss Inei
Secretary Miss Alice Seebergef.
Treasurer Harry Hill.
MISS M'LEAY HOSTESS.
MISS IRENE M'LEAY AT VHER
home, 2338 Fourth avenue, Moline, was
the hostess last evening to members
of the Beta Delta Sigma club at a
very pleasant meeting. The club de
cided to go into camp in a cottage at
Campbell's island the nrst two weeks
In July and Mrs. Ramser of Chicago
will be the chaperon of the club. A
three .course lunch was served and
th'i table had as a center piece a large
wicker basket filled with flowers. Each
young woman was given a favor of a
small basket of candy and a pretty
SEVENTEEN ' YOUNG. PEOPLE
were the guests of Miss Elsie Hill at
her home, 629 Thirty-fifth street, last
evening, being entertained in honor
of her 17th birthday anniversary- At
7 o'clock a course dinner was served
with the table decorations being car
ried out In pink and white with a
large center piece of pink and white
carnations. The evening was very
pleasantly spent and musical num
bers were given by Miss Hazel Kolls.
The hostess received a number of
beautiful gifts. j
CLUB CLOSES SEASON.
THE LAST MEETING OF A VERY
pleasant season of the Social Drug
club was held last evening with 'Mr.
and Mrs. Charles White, 710 Twenty
fifth street. Three tables of 500 were
played, Mrs. Harry Rowe and A. C.
Croswell taking the first favors, and
Mrs. Charles Ullemeyer and Charles.
Strate being given the consolation fa
vors. A nice lunch was served at a
taMe having as it3 center piece a large
bowl of flowers. The club will meet
again in the early fall.
RETURN FROM AUTO-TRIP.
A PARTY OF ROCK ISLAND AND
Davenport people who last Thursday
went by automobile to Mount Vernon,
Iowa, to attend ft series of four Thom
as orchestra concerts returned home
yestecday. In the party were Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Cable, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Guyer and Miss Alice Guyer of this
city, Miss Marjorie Prentice of Ban
gor, Maine. Mrs. H. A. Torrey and
John N. Van Patten of Davenport.
Among the noted soloists at the con
certs was Madam Schumann-Heink.
PHI DELTA PSI CLUB.
MRS. ROBERT RYAN OF MOLINE
I entertained the members of the Phi
j Delta Psi club yesterday afternoon.
MRIAL DAY IS
TO BE HONORED
here and the recommendation was ap
proved. In his report on the campaign for
missions Dean Thaller Mathews said
that out of. the campaign had grown
a new spirit of cooperation among
the Baptists of the country.
Henry Bond of Brattleboro. VL, was
With Fair Weather Veterans of j reelected president of -the convention,
Civil War Anticipate Fit
With fair weather promised for
next Friday the veterans of the Civil
war are anticipating one of the great
est Memorial day observances ever
held in the city. The plans for the
day are in charge of Buford post No.
243, G A. R., and Siboney Bay camp
No. S, U. S. W. A. Already plans for
the big street parade to be held Frl-
and Boston was chosen for the nest
meeting. The other officers elected
First Vice President R. B. Griffith,
Grand Forks. N. D.
Second Vice President F. Wayland
Ayer, Camden, N. J. '
Corresponding secretary Rev. Maur
ice A. Levey, Newton Center, Mass.
Treasurer Frank L. Miner, Des
Directors whose terms expire in
1916 E. b. Clinch, New York; Frank
J. Martin, Seattle; Shaller Mathews,
It is Impossible to think of summer
entertaining without planning some
is dissolved, pour into a punch bowl,
add the other ingredients and serve
Material Sugar, one cups water,
one pint ; lemon Juice, one third cup.
Directions Boil sugar and water 12
minutes: cool, add juice and shaved
ice. a' slice of orange and pineapple.
Material Sugar, one cup; grape
juice, two cups; water, four cups; lem
ons three; orange, one.
day morning have been perfected and ! ViT-. "n V a , , w- - Directions-Boil the sugar and wa-
C P. Gactjer. marshal ot the day. ex-1 eT' L"" l ; rcfreshlfS nnk. This is per-,. tpKptner thrpe m, cool and
mrt tn th .vn, momhi. neapolis . E. A. Hanley. FranWln. Ind.; fectly natural and right during the a(1J unswePted cm luw nd the
pects to make the event a memorable
It is asked that all thosj who ex
pect to donate the use of their auto
mobiles for the veterans who are too
feeble to march notify J. C. btanton
not later than Thursday afternoon. A
large number of automobile owners
have already signified their Intentions
of helping the veterans to attend the
Memorial day exercises, but there are
still a number ot cars needed.
The principal speaker at the morn
ing exercises, to be held at the monu
ment in the courthouse square, will be
Rev. T. E. Newiand. In the afternoon
the annua! ceremony of decorating the
graves cf the departed will he held at
Chippiannock cemetery and cars will
leave at 1:13 on the Watch Towe!
line. George C. Wenger of Rock Is
land will deliver the address at tha
cemetery in memory of the sleeping
I Rev. G. H. Ferris, Philadelphia; Rev.
ROCK ISLAND IS
PROUD OF STORE
Clemann & Salzmann Have the
Finest Furniture Display in
BALTIMORE BELLE .
,WILL MARRY SOON
content. In a guosuing contest Miss
! Blanche Hill was favored with high
I prize. A delicious two course lunc
frps served, in the brido's cake, Mi.-s
Eflie Young found the ring. Miss Alma
Niseen the penny and Miss Marie
Whit wore the thimble. The bride
elect was made the victim of a num
ber of innocent jckes and she was
the recipient of a number of beautiful
pieces of linen.
past ten months on the Pacific coa&t,
n ! was present yesterday and told inter
estingly or her trip. The members
spent the afternoon sewing and they
were served with lunch. Mrs. Joseph
Be!! will entertain the club at her
home in Moline in two weeks.
Mabel Johnston cf this city played I
"Melody of Love'1 wWle the briiial SURPRISE MRS. SCHENEBRICKER.
party t.Kik their places uiler a arch-1 WHILE MRS. FRANK SCHEXE
way of pink and white in which was bricker wr.s busy yesterday preparing
iu!rc"'d"d a lurge white wedding bell.
A three course Ir.nch was served in
My:- - ' )
th diiiirg room follow ing a season j with her. the members without
CHRISTIAN ENOEAVORERS MET.
MISS BESEL1N AT HER HOME,
SIT. Seventeenth street, was the host
ess last evening to the members of
the Christian Endeavor society of the
Memorial Christian church, 30 of
to entertain the Tuesday Embroidery j wnom were present, rians were maue
club which .vas to have met today i f0!" lhe annual pftnic of the society
Miss Suzanne CarrolL
The announcement is made by Mrs,
J. Howell Carroll of Baltimore of the
coming marriage of her daughter. Miss
Suranr.e Carroll, a belle of Baltimore
Xev York and Washington and a Rob
ert W. Chambers heroine. Her father,
the late J. Howell Carroll, was for sev
eral years consul at Cadiz, Spain.
The bridegroom-elect is Major John
Thilip Hill, U. S. district attorney. for
Maryland, a militiaman and politician
J. Twomey, Portland, Me., and L
Carpenter, Omaha, Neb.
heated season, but there are also , juice of tQe l9mma and orango. lf
some very important things to avoid j gved ,n a punch bow, tM sUced or.
First-Beverages are to quench a and pineapple
thirst and not to satisfy a false crav-
ing or appetite. If iced, never drink You Are the Man
them rapidly nor with hearty meals, We want to sell a $20 Norfolk null
as they retard digestion. j for 510. The People's Store, 319-321
Second Beverages such as water j Twentieth street. (Adv.)
' on1 oil fruit 4tiioa ara ntr0RCl 1-v tn ' .
of congratulations. Tho table was
trimmed in pink nd white, witu
Btieaniers of the colors extending from
the chandelier to. the table comers.
Pink and white carnations and candles
were also used wlih pretty effect. Mr.
and Mrs. Spurneon went at oncp to
housekeeping lu a newly furnis'd
home at l!2t! Fortieth Btreet, Moiine.
Mr. Srurgeon is employed in the of
fice of the Moline Plow company.
SHOWER FOR MISS YOUNG.
THE EMPLOYES OF THE ROCK
Island Wwl worth store entertained at
a pre-nuptiul party lust evening In hos
or of Mirs Medora Young, a bride of
early Juno. The affair was held at
the home of Miss Grace Raiscn, Sli
Fifth street. The house was decorat
ed in the bride-to-be's chosen wedding
colors, blue and 'white, and was at
tractive and pretty. The evening was
ncum-ing themselves walked in upon
her yesterday at her home, 023 Forty
third 6treet, and took her very much
by surprise. The ladies hed learned
that it was -their hor.tesa' birthday an
niversary and made the event the oc
casion for a very happy surprise. They
took with th.epi their fancy work and
spent a dol:;htful afternoon aad late
in the afternoon they Fpread a deli
cious lunch which they had provided,
with covers laid for 12. Varied color
ed sweet peas were used for an at
tractive center piece and as a novelty
the hostess put at each place old
fabhioned small red and white napkins
which were given to hrr on her wed
ding day by an old lady in New York
and which were Uoed for the first time
Mrs. s-chenehricker was presented
w ith a number of pieces of hand paint
ed china as a gift from the company.
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an-' '1 ' Mill uc lUiu jn ucLuiaiiuu uaj
! ft one of the parks near Davenport.
XJ J I ' aAS Antiseptic
y r W ' ySirrOema Hade.
yllfflJr Removes Danger
j jj: M fls DIrL
Minor busiuess matters were discussed
and the hostess served refreshments.
GUILD HAS LAST MEETING.
THE LAST MEETING OF THE
season of St. Elizabeth's guild of
Trinity Episcopal church was held at
tho parish house last evening. Plans
were completed for the sale that is to
be given at the parish house June 11,
when fancy articles, cakes, candies,
etc.. will be offered for sale. Com
mittees were appointed to be in charge
of the various booAs.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the engagement of Miss Marie Peter
son daughter of Mrs. Ellen Peterson,
3103 Tenth avenue, this city, and Blake
E. Wheeler of the editorial staff of the
Daily Times in Moline. The wedding
date has not been announced. Mr.
Wheeler is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Wheeler of Northville, Mich.
The first of the summer series
of dancing parties to be given
under the ausp'ces of the Acar'.a club
will be hejd at the Watch Tower inn
Thursday evening, May 29. The club,
which Is composed of members of the
local Masonic lodges, has planned to
make these entertainments a leading
social feature of the summer season,
and there will be four parties in the
series. The Criterion orchestra will
BAPTIST BODY REELECTS
HENRY BOND PRESIDENT
Detroit, Mich., May 27. The fifth
annual report of the general appor
tionment committee, which included a
recommendation that the convention
make tue raisins of $6,000,000 for mis
sions annually the ultimate objective,
was presented yesterday to the north
ern Baptist convention in session
Malio your refrigerator
It you were told that Rock Island
boasts of a furniture store that, con
sidering size and variety of stocks
and amount of floor space devoted ex
clusively to furniture, rugs, stoves.
etc., has few equals in the entire mid
dle west, you would probably ques
tion the assertion, but it is a fact.
A visit to Clemann & Salzmann s big
store at the corner of Sixteenth street
and Second avenue will prove to your
entire satisfaction that the above
statement ia no myth. The four floors
with three balconies and basement
give a floor space of 42,000 square feet
which at the time the building was re
modeled seemed adequate for the fu
ture needs of their rapidly increasing
business. But in selling only uie
most dependable merchandise at the
lowest prices cohsistont with value,
this pioneer firm bullded better than
they knew, for their patronage in
creased by leaps and bounds, until
now the present enormous stocks
must be arranged and rearranged
every time new shipments are re-1
The first floor proper is devoted to
library and dinibg room furniture,
the west wing being oivroed Into
rooms showing complete dining room
suites, which gives the prospective
purchaser an excellent idea of the
various styles etc. Parlor and living
room furniture in hundreds of styles
and patterns is found on the second
floor, while the balccny is filled witn
a superb showing of brass beds. Re
cent alterations have made the third
floor one of the most interesting in
the store. Here wii be found nearly
three dozen bed room suites, each
section of room being complete with
bed, dresser, chiffonier, rocker, chair,
etc. All the different woods are rep
resented here, including Circassian
walnut golden birch, mahogany, oak,
birds-eye maple, etc., in fact a variety
that will please every taste and purse.
The balcony of thig floor is devoted
to office furniture. The fourth floor
comprises one of the departments ot
this firm's business that has neat
their pride for years, that is rugs and
carpets. Here will be found the last
word In rugs, from the highest grade
Bundhar Wiltons to the lower priced
varieties. Nowhere in this section of
.i. . ,,. ... . '
me country win pe iouna sucn a
varied display of rugs at such a wide
range of prices. This house has been
recognized for years as leaders in this
particular line and it is only because
of their many sales that they are able
to show so large a selection and
quote prices so reasonable, consider
ing quality, ine fourth noor was
selected for this department because
of the excellent light efects.
The basement floor is filled with
stoves, heaters, refrigerators, etc
completing a furniture stock that for
variety and size can only be dupli
cated in metropolitan centers, and of
which this community may well be
th circulatory system. '
Third They help regulate the bod
Fourth They assist in carrying off
Fifth Good fruit juice beverages
stimulate the nervous system and var
Any of these summer beverages may
bo served for afternoon indoor, porch
entertaining or for more formal even
ing affairs. In fact, tnere is no time
when a nice lemonade or fruit drink
is not acceptable. A wise plan is
to squeeze the juice from lemons and
seal in a fruit jar and have ready at
once for use. It is also a good plan
to boil sugar and water together and
have that in a jar ready for instant
Then with shaved ice and a slice
of orange or pineapple, or pineapple
and grape juice, beverages in the sum
mer are 'not such a serious problem
after all. '
Material Shaved ice, ha glass;
water, half glass; lemon syrup, two
tablespoons; lemon, half tablespoon;
supar, two teaspoonfuls; creme de
menthe, cherry, one teaspoonful;
creme de menthe, one teaspoonful;
mint, two sprigs.
Put the shaved ice into the glass
and add the lemon syrup, or the susar
dissolved in the lemon Juice. Stir
well, then add the remaining Ingredi
ents, decorating with the sprigs of
mint standing ' upright In the glass
and three straws. This is not only
very refreshing but attractive as well.
MINT PVXC H.
Materials resh mint sprigs, one
dozen; shaved ice, one cup; sugar,
one-quarter cup; lemon juice, two ta
blespoons; raspberrjr sjTup, one cup;
water, one quart.
Directions Chop the mint fine, add
to the Ice and sugar. Put all into a
shaker and shake hard until the sugar
Springfield. 111. Ralph Brown, want
ed in Chicago on a charge of child
abandonment, will be returned to this
state from Lcs Angeles to face trial,
as a result of a requisition issued by
Governor Dunne on the governor of
Beats All How "GETS
IT" Gets Corns!
The 3few-Plaa Corn Tore. To
o Pain, Sure and Qnlrk.
Ton never used nnythins Ilka
"GETS-IT" for corns, before! Tou'ra
that every stubborn corn
tritd so long to set rid
sure at lust
that you ve
"How I Did Suffer from Corna for Team
GETS-IT Got Tnrro All la a Few Day!"
of is a "(toner." Tou apply "GETS-IT"
tn S seconds, that's all. "GETS-IT"
dr-es the rest. There's no more fussinr.
no more bandages to tlx. no more salves
to turn the flesh red and raw. No mora
plasters to net misplaced and press on
the corn. No more 'pulling'." no more
pain, no- more picking and gouging, no
"GETS-IT" stops pain, shrivels up the
corn, and the corn vanishes. "GETS
IT" never, fails, ts harmless to healthy
flesh. Warts, callouses and bunion dis
appear. "GETS-IT" is sold at druar stores at
2Rc a bottle, or sent on receipt of prica
bv E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind.,
eays; "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
In bed for six weeks and had eight
physicians, but received no benefit
until she tried Dr. Detchon s Relief
for Rheumatism. -It gave immediate
relief and she was able to walk in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island, and Gu3t
Schlegcl & Son, 220 Second street,
When cleaning the refriger
ator, all crumbs should be re
moved, and any spilled liquids
should be wiped up at once.
Remove shelves and scrub
them in hot suds, made by dis
solving a tablespoon of Gold
DCSt washing powder in warm
water. Dry with a cloth or in
the sunshine, if possible.
Scrub every part of both the
ice and food chambers thor
oughly with the hot suds : rinse
in clear water, wipe dry and
leave open to air.
Scald waste pipe with boilinj
suds made from uOla DQSXi scrub
the dnp pan
then replace A?t?erNtwiicnpai
Cold Dust ia
cold ia 5C size
and large peck
a'ca. The Urf
RIESS DRUG STORE IS SOLD
TO DAVENPORT PHARMACIST
John F. Schneider. Ph. G., who for
the past year and a half has been em
ployed as manager of the Lage phar
macy of Davenport, yesterday purchas
ed the Riess pharmacy at 2700 Sev.
enth avenue where he will take imme
diate possession. Mr. Schneider is a
graduate in pharmacy and has been
employed in some of the good drug
stores in Illinois and Iowa, having
been in the employ of Mr. Riess whom
he succeeds, for three years.
' COLD DUST TWINS Jo
Dream of Shipbuilders Art
Big Dancing Revue.
Remember these dates
Tuesday Eve, May 27
Thursday Eve, May 29
Friday, May 30
Decoration Day Afternoon
Take your miss on the
Mississippi for real
BEST 0? ORDER
Gents 80c. Ladies 25c
is here and now is your chance
to look over one of the smart
est lines that has ever been
We have the right kind of
hats at the right kind of price.
The swellest straws and felt
hats of the season are here for
Drop in tomorrow and see
them . Remember I sell $25 to
$30 suits for $15.00.
McCartney Tailoring Co.
128 lighten!. Street Peek's National M NIdis,
Just a Second North of Second
Avenue on Eighteenth Street.