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17, 1913.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
girl aged lif arid have been going with
a young man aged IS. Everybody
gives this man a good name. My
mother doesn't want me to go with
Mm. She doesn't know anything of
him but as a gentleman. I love him
very much. What must I do? (2
Give me a nice form to write an Invi
tation for a party. (3) Should a girl
get after a young man about othr
(1) Your mother thinks you are too
young for love-making, my dear, and
she is quite right. When you are a
couple of years older you will want a
real man, not a boy of 18. Neither
you nor he knows what real love is yet
and in two years you may like entire
ly different persons. Save your love
for the Mr. Right when he comes into
your life. Be friends with this young
man, but don't keep steady company
with Mm.
2) "Miss Daisy Brown aBks the
pleasure of your company to a party
at her home on East, street, Tuesday
evenlnjr. July tty 14th, at 8 oclock."
ktt ,owr 'pJr tand corner write the
i of thoarty, whether dancing.
C4.1 gam JT etc
;?. Nvinless she wants him to
th'nkjjl .Jealous and to feel big
Jjear .Mrs. mompson: U) I am a
girl aged 17. I have been going with
a young man aged 18 for two years.
He stopped going with another girl to
go with me. She tells me ugly things
about; him. He tells me not to be
lieve her. Who roust I believe?
Should I pay any attention to those
(1!) When a girl and her young man
friend are tnklng an evening walk,
which side should the girl be on?
(3) What would 'be nice to give a
young man for a birthday present?
(J) What will make your complexion
(5) Give me a recipe for making
fudge. BLACK EVES.
? - ...... rt
(1) She probably does not, like it
because he quit her, and so may say
spiteful things about him. If the
young man has a good reputation with
other people and acts respectfully to
ward you, do not listen to the other
girl. Use your common sense, my
(2i Sue should be on the inside of
the walk.
(3 1 Your good wishes would be the
best thing and should be the only
thing. It is not, a good idfa for a girl
to give present s to a young man; it
makes him feel under obligations to
her and he doesn't like that. How
ever, Jf you are very old friends, some
inexpensive thing would do an em
broidered handkerehef or a bookmark
or something of the sort.
(4) Good health Is the test complex
ion brightens I know of. Eat a lot of
nourishing food, drink rich, fresh milk.
eat plenty of beets and carrots and
exercise out of doors a great deal.
(5) White Sugar Fudge Two cups
granulated sugar, ?4 cup milk, vanilla
flavor; butter size of walnut. Boil
slowly until it threads from spoon and
stir briskly until creamy. Add nuts
as liked.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a pretty
girl of 20 years, well built and admir
ed. , There are several young men in
love with me. They are all well fixed
financially, but I am a poor working
girl. Tell me how I can decide which
one to take. WHITE TEETH. ,
Take the one you love. The one
who really loves you will propose hon
orabl.v to you and want to make you
happy as well as himself.
I1"--1"! HI II II II
foliage in all portions of the house.
The bride's table was spread in the
dining room, with covers for 16 of the
younger friends cf the bridal couple.
A towering wedding cake was the cen
terpiece, and large white waxed or
chids at each place were later the re
ceptacles for the ice3.. In the center
of each of the gues: tables was a gold
basket containing pink roses.
Later in the evening the guests
scattered over the spacious grounds,
which were convened into a veritable
midsummer night's dream by over 300
Chinese and Japanese lanterns, of
varying size and design. A laTge
canopied dancing pavilion erected for
the occasion was the center cf inter
est for the dancers, Petersen's aug
mented orchestra being stationed just
to the east in a separate tent, while
on the west was a Japanese garden
where refreshments were served dur
ing the evening.
The guests from abroad were Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Xeipp of St Joseph,
Mo., r.cd Miss Mary Neipp, the maid
of honor; Mrs. Wi'.liam T. Jefferson
and daughter Jenness of Evanston;
Miss Dorcthy Jefferson, daughter of
Ben H. Jefferson of Chicago; Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Yon Maur of St. Louis;
Clifford Crowe of Clarion, Iowa;
Bruce Finkbine of Pes Moines, and
Clifford Haikes of Muscatine.
Mr. and Mrs. Yon Maur left for the
west on their honeymoon, and after
their return will reside for the re
mainder of the summer at "The Haw
thornes." The bride is the only daugh
ter of Ex-Congressman and Mrs. Joe
R. Lane. She is a graduate cf St.
Katherine's school in Davenport, fol
lowing her course there with a year at
Miss Somers' school n Washington,
D. C. The groom is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Yon Maur, his father being
one of Davenport's leading business
men. He attended Culver Military
academy and the Lawrenceville school,
and graduated later from the academic
and law schools of the University of
South Park Presbyterian church car
ried out an attractive program at the
church yesterday afternoon. The
special topic was "Music in God's
Praise" and the scriptures weTe
quoted to illustrate the topic. Songs
were given and for a time the heat
was forgotten in the interest of the
Spencer Memorial Methodist church
was filled with parents and friends of
the pupils of Miss Lena Hutchins
who appeared in piano 'recital yester
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. They car
ried out a delightful program of piano
numbers and the pupils drew much
praise for the splendid manner in
which they performed. Those par
ticipating In the program were: Alice
Jaccbson, Louise Moiiris, Robert Bol
ster, Eunice Squire, Marie Roberts,
Ruth Gillespie, Marcella Hart, Wilfred
Eitman, Evelyn Lundeen, Annie Gil
lespie, Hazel Spaulding and Irene Lar
fere in any way with the picnic and
dance given by the St. Joseph's
Girls' club at Campbells island yes
terday afternoon and evening. A
company numbering about 35 went out
in the afternoon and had a splendid
time carrying out a program of races
and games. There were egg races,
potato races, three legged races and 50
; ard dashes and a ball game between
as a center piece a lace cover and a
bowl of lovely nasturtiums. The porch
was decomted with wild flowers and
was an inviting spot following the
serving of a course supper. Musical
numbers were given by Mr. Carlson
and Miss Mildred Bowes who sang.
Guests aside from those named were
Miss June Palmquist of Moline, Mr.
and Mrs. John Bowes and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Roseberry and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Yincent Rowley, Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert and Mr. Carlson.
city entertained the members of her
500 club at Fejervary park inn yes
terday afternoon. The games were
played on the veranda and the favors
were given to Mrs. Davis, first, Mrs.
Beckwith second and Mrs. H. E. Rog
ers, consolation. A refreshing three-
course luncheon was served at the
the girls and the W. C. U. team, all of , conclusion of the games and the after-
country home of Hou. and Mrs. Joe R.
Lane, the parents of the bride, last
evening at 7:3u o'clock at Davenport,
occurred the marriage of Miss Jen
iiette Darling Lane and Cable George
Von Maur, Very Rev. Marmaduke
Hare, dean of Trinity cathedral, being
the officiating clergyman.
It was an out-of-doors wedding, un
der conditions that were fairly idyllic.
The Lane home crowns one of the
highest bluffs along this middle
atretch of the Mississippi river, and
here their troth was plighted, lu the
presence of a company of 260 of their
kindred and frleuds.
The juie.Hta ero gathered on the
broad porches of the house when the
musician's fri:m Peterson's orchestra,
sta'ioued in tin- bttkony about the
front entrance, played the wedding
niuTt li from Ixjlfiigrin, and the bridal
party emerged from the east entrance
and advanced along a benbbonecl
ais'.e that terminated in the plot be
fore the front entrance, which was
flanked by bay trees ani ivied columns
and canopied with fresh oak leaves.
In advance came two of the flower
girls, Jenness Jefferson and Josephine
Yon Maur. preceding the bridesmaid.
Mis Mary Neipp of St. Joseph, Mo.,
who vus followed by the matrons of
bonor, Mrs. Dick Lune and Mrs. Keed
Lane. Then came the third floer
girl, little June Bendlxen. and then
the bride on the arm of her father.
They were met by the groom, who
advanced freui the main entrance, ac
companied by the besi man, James
Yon Maur, and the minister. Very
vern lies, Sam Stoops and Tom Mc
Clelland. The bride was gowned in white
charmeuse satin, with waist and tunic
cf princess and duchess and rpse point
lace, while pearls and rhincstones
gave a jeweled effect to corsage and
sleeves. The skirt was cut up th
front, with an inset of chiffon. A
poiiueU train fell from the waist line
in two folds. The groom's gift,
vhich she wore, was a diamond and
saiphire bar pin set in platinum. Her
veil was of princess and duchess lace,
while her cap, in Dutch bonnet effect,
was wreathed with orange blossoms.
She carried a shower bouquet of lilies
of the vaHey and white orchids. Her
gocg-away costume was a blue moire
silk suit with chiffon waist. The maid
of lienor wore Bohemian lace on net,
over flesh-colored chiffon, with sash
ends of pink satin. The matrons of
honor were gowned alike in a combi
nation or tnantuiy ana ciuny set in
hand embroidery and girdles of pink-
flowered cut velvet. Mrs. Dick Lane
Wore a diamond and peridot corsage
ornament, while Mrs. Reed Lane wore
a lavalier of diamonds set in plati
num. Both the maid and matrons of
honor carried large Leghorn hats
trimmed with pink roses and pink
satin bow and filled with KiHarney
roses. The flower grls wore white
lingerie over pink chiffon, with pink
bows and sashes, and carried gold
baskets filled with pink roses. The
orchestra played the wedding march
softly during the service, which was
fcllewcd bj- the reception in front of
the house, and at 8.30 by the serving
cf the wedding repast within the
which provoked lots of fun. At 6
o'clock the girls served a basket sup
per to 50 and in the evening dancing
was enjoyed at the inn. Fully a hun
dred couples attended, music being
furnished by Wrixon's orchestra. The
club is planning anothet party for
August but the date and place la un
the Epworth league of the German
Methodist church of Muscatiue, Rev.
L. E. Kittelkamp and family and Rev.
Otto Buess and daughter of Wrayville
came on the Helen Blair from Musca
tine yesterday and spent a delightful
day picnicking at Long View park.
They were joined there by Rev. The
ophilus Kies and family of the local
German Methodist church, who as
sisted in making the day pleasant.
The visitors were delighted with the
beautiful park and thoroughly enjoyed
the day till the time for the departure
of the boat.
her home in Milan entertained the
members of the Fae Kae club yester
day afternoon at a delightful social
meeting. In the guessing contests
the prizes were won by Miss Eliza
beth Bryan and Fay Hanna. There
was a refreshing lunch at the close
of the afternoon. In two weeks the
club will be entertained by Miss
Emma Dlngeldein.
at their home 624 Forty-third street,
entertained a company of 20 friends
at a 6 o'clock dinner last evening in
honor of Mrs. Gauley's brother-in-law,
J. Y. Doonan and Mrs. Doonan
of Lexington, Neb....Mr. and Mrs. M.
Pindall and Miss Margaret Blakeley
of Bowling township. The table bad
noon' w as passed very pleasantly. Mrs.
H. E. Rogers, 2404 Eighth and a half
avenue will entertain in two weeks.
1230 Thirty-seventh ttreet, was the
hectess yesterday afternoon to the
members of her 500 club at the fort
nightly meeting. The games were
played at three tables and the favors
fell to Mrs. Kimbel, first, Mrs. Downs,
second and Mrs. Dave Larson con
solation. A delightful luncheon was
served at the conclusion of the games.
The club will meet In two weeks with
Mrs. McNeill on Seventeenth street.
ation department of the M. &. K. store
entertained at a pre-nuptial party last
evening at the Watch Tower in honor
of Miss Jessie Nigg. The marriage
of Miss Nigg and Huber Augustus
Young of Calgary, Canada, Is an event
of the summer.
her home, 923 Fourteenth street enter
tained at a 6 o'clock dinner last even
ing for Mr. and Mrs. "William Ander
son of Omaha, Neb., who are visiting
in the city. Covers were laid for 8
guests and the table was prettily
trimmed with bouquets of roses.
C. W. B. M. TEA.
Board of Missions will hold the quar
terly tea at, the home of Mrs. J. H.
Nichols, 1602 Thirty-second street, to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The young ladies of the Immanuel's
German Lutheran church will serve
ice cream and cake this evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Land-
A French philosopher has said:
"Succulent and carefully prepared
food has proved by a series of minute
studies to delay the exterior 6igns of
age. It gives brilliance to the eye,
freshness to the skin, strength to the
muscles, dissipates wrinkles, and it
can be safely sa,ld that all men and
women who know how to eat are com
paratively ten years younger than
those who ignore this science."
Salads are good at all seasons, but
appeal more to the eye, and to the pal
ate, than to the entire body especially
during the mid-summer season. Not
everything that is green or has a lit
tle seedy sliced cucumber on it Is a
salad far from it . There are con
coctions placed before one to eat
called "salads" whtaa are certainly
an insult to the real tning.
In the first place, the lettuce or
greens should be washed, and washed
perfectly clean, with every imper
fection removed from them. Then
the lettuce or other greens should be
dried and put away In a cold place in
a pail with cover or wrapped in a
damp cloth. Whether in a hotel, res
taurant or home, there is no excuse
for not having this .always done.
When the lettuce comes home with
the other marketing, then is the time
to wash, dry and put it into the re
frigerator ready for Instant use when
After knowing how to prepare the
greens, the next thing is to know
how to make a real French dressing.
I am sorry to say the "real thing" is
difficult to find. Instead of being the
miser" for vinegar the salad maker
at most public dining places is the
worst possible "spendthrift" imagir
able. This kind of seasoning Is ruin
ous to salads or the cultivation of
taste for them. The old saying is "A
miser of vinegar, a spendthrift for
oil, and a madcap to stir it up." Hav
ing the dish icy cold or a small piece
of ice in it, makes a perfect dress
ing. Then make changes by the addi
tion of chopped vegetables and sea
scnings to the French dressings.
Materials Beets, six; Philadelphia
cream cheese, one; pimento, one;
olives, four; paprika, salt, capers,
French dressing.
Directions Select nice brjght red
Rev. Dean Hare. An immense oriental house and on the spacious porches. It
rug had been laid on the grass plot was a pink wedding, with beautiful
where the vows were said. The Killarney roses furnishing most of the
ushers were Charles Shuler, Jr., Mai- color against the green of ferns and
Take Notice!
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At top Mrs. Gene Wallach, Miss
Jane Morgan, Mrs. Robert Moore.
Bottom Misses May and Esther
M or eland.
tures show what is just the smartest
vogue in all the land. They show
i how America's children of fortune look
at first hand in the streets of Newport,
This is the first time in
the history of the M. K. that
you've ever had the chance to take
your pick of all oxfords at HALF Price. Hors-
heim 5 oxfords at $2.25. All $4.50 oxfords atitrnelSa7
$2.25. All $4 oxfords at 52. All $3.50 ox-'
fnrC O- Ql TC All Of. nvfnrrlc o-- Ql C'Ci A 11 t Newport can 't be wrorg!
vyA U. I im f"v w-i. a. U il.UU. -f-VlJU America's famous summer resort is
"O arnom ( daily taking on its dress-up appear
ASClllClIl lance with the most fashionable and
smart set from all parts of the country.
The pictures of Mrs. Gene Wallach
and Mrs. Robert Moore of St. Louis,
one of the most popular matrons of
the Mississippi city, was snapped on
I Belleview avenue, the most fashionable
street in Newport.
One of the most Interesting mem
bers of the young set at Newport has
been Miss Jane Morgan, daughter of
Newport, R. I.. July 17. These pic-1 the financier, who ha3 been the gues
Edwin Clapp $6.50 oxfords at S4.95.
ber this sale lasts only two days,.
Friday and Saturday. Also that it
includes the entire stock of of men's eadbotoutfitt
oxfords, the finest in the west, for that matter the finest ljorMan.Woman&Chil
in the land. Put your feet into a pair of smart, com- ocxfeumUui
Portable, cool oxfords and pocket a saving of HALF.
of Miss Jean Morris, daughter of Mrs.
Lewis Class Ledyard of Sunset Ridge
beets, not too large; scoop out the
centers and fill with the cheese mixed
with the pimento cut in small pieces,
olives chopped fine, adding season
ings and enough mayonnaise to make
smooth and creamy, put a caper on
top, place on a lettuce leaf with
French dressing over the whole. Gar
nish with the tiny balls of the
beets rolled in very finely chopped
parsley. Serve very cold.
Material Two and a half cup to
matoes, two slices onion, two cloves,
three branches parsley, one-half tea
spoon salt, one-half pod green or red
pe;per or one-half teaspoon paprika,
one-quarter package gelatine, one
quarter cup cold water, three table
spoonfuls olive oil, one and one-half
tablespoonsful vinegar, one-quarter
teaspoon salt, one-quarter teaspoon
pepper, one teaspoon grated onion,
and one pint baked beans.
Directions Stew tomatoes, onion,
cloves, parsley, salt, red or green pep
per pod or paprika, fifteen minutes,
prss through a sieve. The e should
be nearly two cups of puree; add gel
atine softened in water; stir until the
gelatine is dissolved, then turn into a
shallow dish. Mix olive oil, vinegar,
salt and pepper and grated onion and
pour over cold baked beans; toss and
mix together and turn into the center
of a dish.
Unmold the tomato jelly and cut
it into small cubes. Prepare two-
thirds as much dressing as was mixed
for the beans, pour it over the cubes
of tomato and dispose these around
the beans. Sprinkle the whole with
fine chopped parsley or parsley and
green pepper mixed and serve at once.
Material Two cantaloupes, salt,
paprika, one-half saltspoonful cinna
mon, one pint cream, one teaspoon
gelatine, lettuce, pink mayonnaise and
one tablespoon lemon juice.
Directions Cut the edible part of
two cantaloupes into small cubes,
sprinkle with salt, paprika and cin
namon. Then add the .4: ream beaten
stiff, to which the dissolved gelatine
has been added with the lemon juice.
Whip until the whole is firm and then
turn into a mold and bury in ice and
salt as directed for all mousses and
parfaits. When ready to serve wipe
the mold with a cloth wet in cold
water and place on platter garnished
with curly lettuce and pink mayon
naise pressed through a pastry tube.
Individual molds may be used.
eck, 1630 Twenty-fourth
and a half
A sunbeam of joy arrived in the
Tavenner household in Washington
yesterday in the form of a little daugh
ter who has been named Isabel Lu
cinda. The mother and baby are do
ing fine, according to a message to
friends at home and so, of course, is
the congressman.
Rock Island, July 17. Editor The
Argus: Realizing that, in any com
munity, the papers are a power for
good that can hardly be estimated,
the one authorized source of reliable
information, and the one medium of
reaching all the people all the time,.
the members of the Civic department
of the Rock Island Woman's club ap
preciate to the fullest extent the value
of the cooperation and assistance of
the three local papers.
Through almost daily notices the
work undertaken by the department
has been kept before the public; ways
of improving conditions have been
pointed out; and citizens have been
urged each to do his share, in develop
ing a cleaner, healthier, better, and
more beautiful city. Though the time
has been short already results are
The ladies wish publicly to testify
to the uniform interest in all that con
tributes to the city's welfare, to the
unfailing courtesy shown them, and
the generosity in giving unlimited
space to anything and everything the
department wanted published.
At the last regular meeting of the
department this feeling of grateful ap
preciation was expressed in a vote of
hearty thanks extended to The Argus,
Union and Volks-Zeitung, for kind
nesses shown in so many ways.
The Publicity Committee,
& K.
Friday and Saturday M. & K. Will Sell
Ladies' Low Shoes at One-Half,
One-Third and One-Fourth Off.
The M. & K. threo day sale of
ladies' low shoes started at a good
gait today and the firm expect the
most successful shoe event in the
store's history. Why not, when you
can choose from the largest and finest
stock of footwear In the tri-cities at
reductions of one-half to one-fourth.
Just think of buying stylish oxford
ties at half price. $2.50 grades at
$1.25 and $3 grades at $1.50, and so
on up to $4.50 grades at $2.25. Like
wise ladies' newest button oxfords
and prettiest pumps at one-third off.
For instance, $2.50 grades at $1.67, $3
grades at $2, and up to M. & K. s
finest $5 grades at $3.33. Have you
ever heard of anything like it? Imagine
picking from newest styles in whtto .
pumps, oxfords and shoes at one-fourth
off. $1.50 grades at $1.15, $2 grades
at $1.56 and $3 grades at $2.35 with
the newest white $5 styles at $3.35.
That's part of the story, but you'll
want to come yourself to appreciate
the real meaning of the greatest of
all M. & K. summer sales of ladies'
low shoes at reductions of J4 and
1-3. Give your feet a treat at thj M.
& K. Men's oxfords at half price.
Does that sound good to you? Better
come to the M. & K. (Xdv.)
New York Dr. Lauro Muller, min
ister of foreign affairs of Braail, end
ed his visit to the United States on
Wednesday and boarded the Brazilian
battleship Minas Geraes to sail for
Rio Janeiro.
The picture of the Moreiand sisters, j Young Looking People Are in
two of the pretty debutantes of the
season, was taken as they were leaving
for a tennis court. With bathing,
yachting, dancing, motoring and tennis
the young people are kept. in a busy
When the stomach falls to perforin
its functions, the bowels become de
ranged, the liver and the kidneys con
gested, causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be restor
ed to a healthy condition and Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
can be depended upon to do it. Easy
to take and most effective. Sold by
all "-iggists. (Adv.)
All the news all the time The Argus.
Constant Demand Every
where. Competition is keen. You can't hold
down the big jobs If you are suspected
of being a "back number."
Yoa can't expect to be a successful
wage earner, man or woman, if you are
old looking, but whether you work or
not, you owe it today to yourself and
family to keep looking young ,y
Get a bottle of Hay's Hair Health
today. It solves the gray hair pfrb-
Don't waste time with substitutes,
there's only one Hay's Hair Health,
used by thousands with absolute satis
faction for twenty years. Druggists
have sold Hay's Hair Health so long to
so many satisfied people everywhere
who come back again for it and won't
use any other, that they are perfectly
willing to guarantee it and give your
money back if it s not satisfactory af
ter a fair trial.
Free: Sign this adv. and take it to
the following druggists and get a 50c
bottle of Hay s Hair Health and a 25c
cake of Harflna Soap, for 50c; or $100
bottle of Hay's Hair Health and two
lem for every man and woman, young cakes of Harfina Soap Free, for $1.
or old. It brings back the full, rich,
natural color of the hair restores it
to its natural color immediately.
TipniaB Drug company, W. . Hartz,
Red Cr5 pharmacy, John Ber.jston.

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