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THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS. -THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.
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; Dew Mrs. Thompson: My wife does
not love me and I do Dot love her.
$he loves another man who does not
love his wife and she does not love
kim. I love another woman who does
not love her husband and he does not
love her. What must I do?
Good gracious, what a m'xup!
r Thla a case whre I caa't advise.
The parties have all made their own
troubles and must get out of them as
test they can. My private opinion is
that they are all weak and foolish, and
that a Rood old fashioned ducking
would do tbem all good.
t' Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am losing
Interest in everything. I am a girl of
fifteen and in the high school. I think
a great deal of one of my teachers and
although niy conduct for the last two
terms has not been all that it should
te, I have been trying to be good be
cause he wanted me to, or seemed to.
But my improvement has been much
slower than I thought it would be
and he seems to have lost faith in me.
7 . v. Z ! 1UC" "u'u""' e" '- ganizations which are to assist thus
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Don't think your teacher is the onl7, A the Sunday 8choo, clasge8 of Mr
it all. and what there is in life for me
that in worth while.
A LONELY LITTLE SOPHOMORE.
Dear little girl, I know just how you
little witches for the ladies and skele
tons for the men and these were also
favors. Pumpkin heads and other Hal
lowe'en emblems decorated the other
rooms. Games and contests followed
the serving of a course dinner and the
prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lambert and Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Lundberg. The evening proved a most
delightful one as do all the sessions
of this club. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert,
Eighteenth avenue and Thirtieth
street, will be the November hosts.
AN OLD FASHIONED FAMILY
gathering of the Broadway Presbyteri
an congregation is planned lor tomor
row night, in the "get-together social"
that is being put on by the Men's
class of the Sunday school. An even
ing of novel entertainment and of good
fellowship is the purpose of the men
in charge. Many will remember pleas
ant'.v the famous "pie social" which
served lunch. The meeting In two j some decision will be reached In the
weeks will be held at the home of i near future.
Mrs. Somerscn in Ccal Valley and will
be in the nature of an ouing. The
ladies will leave Rock Island on the
12:30 Milan Car and at 1 o'clock wiU j
take the train at Milan for Coal Val
, .1 I.,,, loci .nrin, Tt
feel. We all pass through that "What's should be g;id that the eTent for to.
the use period at about your age. mom)w ni ght wU1 be different in every
ana even laier on we nave pessimistic ., fh rightful sociabil-
spells like that.
But cheer up!
They don't last for-
lty. Not only the members or the
hiirch in evnprted to attend, but
ever. You'll find out, if you will keep! thQse wh are CCUstomed to dumber
your eyes and ears and heart open. themselve8 among the congregation
that there are lots of reasons for lov-; d fc friends of tne church. lt la
inr life. Kverv simnle litt! thine 1st .......
--. 7., , " " "'said that tne program 01 emenain-
Interesting if you'll only tune yourself
It really isn't so hard to be good.
Most people are really very good, but
they don't think about it all the time.
They're not good for the sake of any-
ment will be an entire surprise, even
to the committee in charge. Several
of the organizations of the church and
Sunday school have been asked each
to furnish one "stunt" in the way of
entertainment Just what these
MISS ANNA FRANTZ AT HER
home, 1421 Fourteenth sree, enter
tained a company of friends last even
ing cn the occasion of her birthday
ROCK ISLAND MUSICAL CLUB. anniversary. The evening passed
THE FIRST weetivt. op the verv pleasantly witn games of alt
season of the Rock Island Musical i kmda aad contests in which the
club will be held next Tuesday after-j Prizes were won by Miss Edith John
noon at 3 o'clock at the New Harper, j s on- A bountiful lunch was servei
The program to be given at this time witn covers laid for 12, and carnations
follows: 1 vere given as favors.
Delight Luckstone OAK HILL SOCIAL CLUB.
Mrs. A. D. Huesing, Jr. MRS. D. V. WILLIAMS, TWEN-
(a) Romanze D'Ambrosio
lb) Mazurka Mlynarski
Miss Helene Forsberg.
Finale Etude Symphcnique ....
Miss Lois Hubbard.
My Sweeiheart and 1 .. Mrs. Beach t
Mrs. J. K. Scott.
Trio Novelet ten Gade
Allegro Scherzando, Larghetto
con Moto, Finale, Allegro.
Mrs. V. L. Frykman (violin) Miss
Hazel Munger (cello) Mrs. Leo
body else, but just because they know j gtunta wU, be nQt even the
it's the only way to be happy In the i
Interest yourself in outdoor sports,
knows, but they believe that much
originality will be displayed. The or-
was so Interested in me for a while.
Do you suppose he really is interested
In- me yet?
' I lost my mother about a year ago,
and sometimes I get lonesome and
Just long for sympathy. I have three
sister but only one o them Is at
home now, and 1 miss the other two.
Of course I can't make her miser
able by trllirg her. I am afraid I com- that you ever thought.
plain too much, but I long to tell one ! use?"
ef my girl friends about it so she will
sympathize. But I m afraid that would , Dear Mrs. Thompson: V. rat Is good
ity-eighth street and Sixteenth avenue,
; entertained members of the Oak Kill
Social club at a very pleasant after
noon sewing meeting. The hostess
served a nice lunch during the after
noon. The next hostess will be Mrs.
H. W. Litten.
man in the world. When you are a
little older yau won't care about him
at all, but there'll be some nice young
man who will think the world of you
and you'll be sure you can't live with
out him. And then your own home and
happiness. Why, dearie, you'll wonder
would not be r.ice, for some reason.
i It la awfully hsrd to be good, be-
for r.n oily complexion and enlarged I
I pores ? MARIAN.
Cause th classes do get so monoto-i Dab the skin several times a day
tojs if you don't have somebody to j with a mixture of half a pint of pure
talk to onre in awhile. I keep thinking j alcohol and ten cents worth of ben
all the time. 'HVhat's the ur,e?" I wish j zoin. Witch hazel Is good for en
you would tell me what Is the use of larged pores.
:vl I I II II M Y
tv iiiar till .ii ii
T. B. Davis, Dr. J. W. Stewart, and
Mrs. W. S. Marquis. The Ladies Aid
society of the church will have for
their "stunt" the serving of refresh
ments. The hours announced are
from 8 to 10 o'clock Thursday evening.
MOLINE MUSIC DEPARTMENT.
THE FIRST MEETING OF THE
fall season of the music department of
the Moline Woman's club was held
! yesterday with Mrs. W. H. Guthrie,
i 1127 Fifteenth and a half street, Mo
j line. Russian music is this year being
j studied by the department and the
! leader of the afternoon was Miss Delia
Stone of this city. Fapers were given
on "A New Era," by Mrs. J. W. Hou
der cf this city. "Famous Composers,"
by MIfs Marjorle Head, and "The Com
poser Dargomizski," by Miss Blanche
Albrecht. The Russian composers were
illustrated by Mrs. L. I. Simon of- Mo
line, who sang "A Rose In Autnum,"
by Ealakirev, and "Silent Sorrow,"
by Dargomizski; by Miss Naomie
Johnson, who played two piano num
bers "Au Convent," and Nocturne, both
by Borodin; by Miss Grace Abraham,
piano, and Gabriel Gernae, violin,
sketches from "The Life of the Cxar,"
by Glinka; Mrs. Jerome Lewis of Dav-
lowing the ceremony a buffet lunch enport, who sang "Floods of Spring,"
was served, the serving talile having! "Lilac" and "Before My Window,"
as its centerpiece a large basket filled j adapted from the old Russian folk lore,
with Killarney roses and ferns, the! Mrs. William O'Neil and Miss Grace
handle of which was tied with pink
Tin: bride's wedding gown was of
hiu crepe do meteor draped with!
WOODINSMITH. (various rooms. The canopy beneath
MISS BLANCHE E LEA N O K E j which tiie service was read was of
Smith. dauthtr of Mrs. E. C t-'mfh. Prtenery and cosmos and roses. Fol-
1220 Revenfrtjth stret, this city, and i
Charles Kabike Woodin .of Ga'va. son!
ef Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Wocdin. !'2i' First
avenue, this city, wrre united in mar
riage at a beautiful, simple ceremony
last evening at the home of the bride's
mother. Dean J. J. Qu.nn of St. Jo
seph's church cfflciatrd at the ser
vice, and members of the famine and 'c huntllly late.
a few close friends were the and her leng
guests. The bride, who was giv-' held with a Jul etie cap and orange
en in marriage by her brother, W. blossoms. f?l'. to the hem of her gown.
E. Smith, vas attended by .Mis Anna! She carried a bouq'iet of bride's roses
Ralstoi a maid of honor, and her ; 'n shower erect. Miss Ralston wore
brether. Jack S. Smith, was the groom s a gown of crepe de chine with trim
best man. At th hour of the service j mlngs of rel Spanish lace. She tar
Miss Dorothy Plcaranta at the piano ried an arm bouquet of pink roses.
Played the Mendelssohn wedding i Mr. and Ms. Woodin went for an
march as the brida! party took thir I eastern wedding trip, and will then 'Twelfth street, and T. Charles Roan
p'aces beneath a -beautiful canopy'?0 to housekeeping in Gaha, where, tree, 1121 Fourteenth-and-a-half street
frccted In the parlor. Intring tre cpr-! a heme is prepared for them. T'.ejthis city, went to Elmwood, 111., last
mnnv h nUvpri 'iiumnn.Mmio " iiv bride's traveling suit was taupe col-: Saturday and were there united in
Abraham closed the the program with
a four-handed number overture from
"Russland Ludmilla," Glinka.
The department Is putting forward
It was made entraine, great efforts to make the recital by
tulle veil, which was' Putnam Griswold, Oct. 30, at the Mo-
line theatre, a great success. Tickets
are being sold and the prospects are
that the recital will be one of the
big musical events .of the season in
I the three cities.
BRIDES OF FALL HONORED.
MRS. JAY U. BARNARD, AT HER
home In Moline, yesterday afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock, entertained at a
tea to honor Miss Gertrude Volk and
Miss Irene Don of thi3 city, brides
of this month. Eighty twin-city ladies
called during the afternoon, the host
ess being assisted in receiving by the
honorees. Refreshments were 6erved
in the dining room, where the table
centerpiece was a crystal basket filled
with white roses and ferns an.l four
smaller baskets filled with the roses
were placed about lt. Assisting In
pouring and in the entertainment of
the guests were Miss Mabel Bruner
of this city, Mls3 Julia Wood, Mrs.
H. H. Lord, Mrs. John Rose, Mrs.
Cyrus Diets and Miss Maude Miller.
FLORAL CONTEST CLOSES.
THE FLORAL OR CITY BEAUT1
ful contest that has been conducted
during the summer months by the
civic department of the Rock Island
Woman's club .came to a close yes
terday. The judges in the contest
will be ready v announce the prize
winners at the next meeting of the
civic department, Oct. 10, when the
program will be in charge of the city
beautiful commi'tee with Mrs. L. Si
mon and Mrs. C. E. Sharpe as leaders.
As a result of the contest much im
provement was manifest in the care
of yards and boulevards, etc., and the
judges find it no easy ma ter to award
CRESCENT CINCH CLUB.
THE FIRST MEETING SINCE RE
organiaation of the Crescent Cinch
club was held last evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ransom, 832
Second avenue. Three tables of cinch
were played with the ladies' pri:;es
going to Mrs. Allen Tratt, first; Mrs.
Robert Ransom, second, and Mrs. War
ren Duffin, consolation. The men's
prizes were given to Allen Pratt, first;
Warren Duflin, second, and Louis Red
dig, consolation. The hostess served
a nice lunch after the games. Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Owens, 1513 Sixth street,
will be the next to entertain the club.
(TRINITY GUILD FIRST SESSION
THE FIRST SESSION OF THE
season of Trinity guild of Trinity Epls
copal church was held yesterday aft
ernoon with Mrs. W. L. Gansert, 807
Twenty-second street as the hostess.
The year's work was discussed and a
social hour was enjoyed.
DAUGHTERS OF VETERANS.
THE DAUGHTERS OF VETERANS
of Rock Island and Moline had a pleas
ant sewing meeting yesterday at the
home of Mrs. Ben Goben, 1530 Twenty
eighth avenue, Moline. There was a
good attendance and after the work
meeting the hostess served light lunch.
The Woman's Mission society of the
First Baptist church will meet tomor
row afternoon with Mrs. R. G. Sum
mers, 1416 Sixth avenue. Mrs. Phil
Wagner will be the leader.
A nurse has much more responsi
bility than the ordinary rounds of the
necessary duties in a sick room. It is
one thing to have a nurse who looks
carefully after the vsntilation and
cleanliness of the room, the care of the
bed and proper methods of changing of
fully mastered the art of economy.
There is no excuse for wilful waste,
which is frequently seen at thiR time
when any family finds necessary ex
penses about all they can meet.
There are different stages of illness
which call for different feeding for the
patient. For instance, at times only
a liquid diet can be given. The glass
should never be brought to the rocm '
in Ae hand, but On a small tray or
plate, with a paper doyley under the
glass and a napkin to fold under the
linen and thinks her work ends here, patient's chin to prevent any drops
and it is another to have the nurse 1 from soiling the sheet. A convalea-
who can plan ana cook the proper cent patient may be given broths,
food for a patient and serve it In the ! strained vegetable soups, eggs, milk
daintiest and most appetizing manner toast, custards, jellies, baked potatoes.
possible in connection with the other.
Her training surely Is not complete
unless she is able to do this. If she
chops, chicken, etc.
Nurses should know how to prepare
them scientifically. They should know-
Notice to Coal Dealers.
' Sealed proposals for furnishing coal
for the Rock Island Y. M. C. A. for
the season will be received at the
secretary's office until Friday, Oct. 3,
1913. Proposal on lump, nut, Black
and mine run. (Adv.)
doss not understand the science of 'special diets for patients suffering
foods and professional housekeeping, from various diseases. Set rules are
it requires an extra person in the home not the thing to follow, as a great deal
to wait on the nurse. She 6hould be of harm fremientlv follows unless the
ROANTR EE-CON WELL.
MISS ISABEL CONWELL OF
Dvorak. The house was very beauti- orcd, w ith v hich she wore a hat of
fully decorated in pink and green,' he same shade. Mr. Woodin is a
cosmos aad pink roses being plac ed ! giaduate of the local high school, class
in laree baskets and vases about tli-1 cf 90(.. and later ne a -tended
marriage. The service was performed
by Rev. William Cleary, formerly as
sistant rector of St. Joseph's church,
the 'now rector of the church at Elmwood.
102 Years Young
MRS. MARY A. 6IMPSO!?.
' She owes her good health and great
Btreng-th to many years use of
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
-hich only proves our oit repeated con
tention that it "makes the old leel your.j
and keeps the young strong and vigorous.
"tkivt wtpd UuCTv' Pur Malt V. hi..-y
tTt raur Tcart. nd I find it (iv tr. grrot
'iosth sad (o4 apprtitc. I am now 12
yvaxa old aad ha Very aood health lor no o
nr raari." Mr. Mary A. fatmpaoo, S3 D
Craw fei . Brooklyn. K. V.
Many Iran and onn wholiavo paaaed foar
Hoit yrata as 1 arrn iha recturr mark tc.t tha
amaaicry aa Mr.bimpon;x t hat Duffy a
luroatalt hiakrv tiaa dor.a toward rcea ieff
tbeir youth and krepioff them veorona. feo'i
' Attd b tarty and ta poeaslra of ail thrir laci-l-tk-a.
Ala kad'rft- doctor ur tlie scrt of tho
wiwto thins it that Cufly'a Pura Malt w fcttkry.
H takaa aa prtarribed. atsMa la J-.vid out
etaaa prnt, Invigorate tha fcram. ennchea
blood, qaickeafl th circulation. brio-a raattol
trrp aed prevent decay sad old aa.
CAUTION Wbra tm T aV-rrw. "
ear mm immtm for DWfy a far Mak Wkuaaay bo
ear aad ao tlka nwiia. h ia aa aaootutaly
rurm aneaVfeial ak wniakoy and ia aaW IN
ALU BOTTlXj ONLY -Bavaria balk. Look
f tlx tha traaa-aaark,
taa "OW Caaa.il."
traajafcffi, aaal aaaka aara
tat aaal awar caa auk
fa aaatakaa. FVicaf I.OO
state university, where he took a
ccurse in et:gine?rine. He is now su
perintendent of the Hayes Pump &
Planter company at Galva. His bride
is also a graduate of the high school,
class cf 1906. She lias been the lion
cree at many premiptiai parties.
Gitesis from out of the city wire Mr.
After the service Mr. and Mr. Roan
tree went to Peoria, and then to visit
the bride's mother and sister in Chi
cago am! yesterday they returned to
the city to make their home. Mr.
Roantr.se is employed in the testing
department at Rock Isiand arsenal and
his bride has been employed for a
and Mrs. Howard Hardin of Peoria, j number of years in the millinery de
the U'-tter a sister of the grot.m.
partment of the L. S. McCabe depart
nient store. Friends of the young peo
ple will be much surprised to learn
THE MARRIAGE O? MISS EXEL- of thelr marriage as they had taken
ma D. Nickel of Mcltne and Leo V.IBon lnt their confidence as to
Bugee. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bu-i'T" v "' I Z
Gnu Tantr.ihlM o. i r'iuiu-iiuia-iiaii Bireei.
ebrated last evening at, 7 o'clock at
the rectory of Sacred Heart church,
Rev. J. F. Ixckney otfleiatinz. Miss
Nickel was a'tended by Miss Eliza
beth Ke ly of Moline as maid of hon-
ENOOWMENT FUND SOCIETY.
A WELL ATTENDED AND VERY
enjoyable meeting of the Endowment
Fund society of Augustana college
was held yesterday afternoon at the
or and lmont Bugee. brother of the ome of Mr9 Fre(, TlttPririgtoI1( glfl
groom was the best man. I ollow ing ' Twenty.Second street. No business
the ceremony the bridal party went t
w as up for consideration and the paper
th- home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. Ed-jof ,he afternoon was given by
lam battla. Wrka
laa Uur Maat W
Cat baohla aad aacaa
oWa. kftk aaat firaa.
ward IIard:n, l0o Four h avenue.
Moline, where she has been making
her home, and a wedding supper was
served, a small company of friends be
ing the guests. Hearts were used bo
trim the table and rooms and the ta
ble had as I's center piece a iarg
wedding cake. The bride wore a sul. i
of black broadcloth with white crepe
de chine waist and a black hat. Her
attendant was dressed in a blue suit.
Mr. and Mrs. Bugee will make their
home at 36 Seventeen'h street, this
city. Later in the month they will
visit at Springfield, Peoria and
Beardstown. Mr. Bugee is connected
with the Mark D. BaTchelder com
pany. CRACKER JACKS DINNER GUESTS.
MR. AND MRS. FRANK PATTER
son, 1043 Fifteenth street, entertained
16 members of the Cracker Jacks last
evening at a 7 o'clock dinner. The
To the Stockholders of Rock Island
Southern Railway Company, and
to Whom It May Concern.
You are hereby notified that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of the
Rock Island Southern Railway com
pany is called and will be held at the
Twentieth street office of said com
pany, in Rock island, in., at z o ciock
p. m., on the 29th day of November,
The object of such meeting is:
To 'increase the capital stock of
said corporation, and the amount to
which it is proposed to increase said
capital stock is $3,550,000.
To amend the charter of said com
pany so as to authorize said increase
of capital stock; to crease such part
thereof into preferred stock, with such
terms, conditions, preferences, rate of
interest, etc., as said stockholders may
deem best. It 13 proposed that $1,050,
000 be preferred 6 per cent cumulative
stock In shares of flOO each and $2,
500,000 be common stock.
To complete the purchase of, or
consolidation of the Aledo line and the
Alexis line with the line of said Rock
Island Southern Railway company,
and for the completion of arrange
ments for making payment for such
Aledo line and Alexis line; and for
amending the charter to permit this
company to operate Its railway into
and through Aledo and Alexis and to
such other places as said stockholders
j j o ratuy ana approve me execution
of $2,500,000 bonds and the trust deed
D ... , , . n v the same, and the issuance by said
Bride of tins city and Mrs. O. r. ' .
mi.h f uiin. Afw a T,ieBaant company and certification and deliv-
afternoon s'pent with their fancy work eryAy 8.a!d tr"8tee f 2'282'000 Prior
the ladies were served w ith delicious
able to go Into the kitchen and prepare
the three meals or more for the one
who is ill, without disturbing the work
ing regime of the kitchen. If the cook
ing and preparing of food are under
stood by the nurse (and no other
should have the title of trained nurse)
thoroughly, and she knows exactly the
right food and how to prepare It quiet
ly and with little or no disturbance in
the kitchen, she is usually welcome,
otherwise not. Every dish used by
them should be washed and put away
In the proper place; that Is their train
ing, or ehould be.
Preparation of food for the sick is
the greatest deficiency among nurses.
In every disease which they are call
ed to take care of they should know
the proper foods, right quantity, how
often taken, how properly cooked and
served, and require little or no waiting
on themselves. Sickness in a family
is enough without having a nurse who
requires one or two assistants to follow
her, washing dishes and putting things
in order. Another thing, illness in
any home, whether rich or poor, is an
extra Expense, and nurses should have
MRS. GEORGE CHASE HOSTESS.
MRS. GEORGE CHASE, AT HER
pretty new home in Moline, yesterday
entertained 50 Rock Island and Mo
line ladies at a thimble party. She
had trimmed her house very attrac
tively with autumn garden flowers,
nurse is able to recognize symptoms
which should mean a change in food.
Food, after all. Is the real thing
which cures. Medicine never cures.
It Is used for emergency only. Good
care is essential, but, I repeat, the
right food cures.
Too much stress cannot be laid on
the perfect cooking of this food. This
should be and is a special course and
no slip-shod cooking should ever be
permitted by a nurse. The service
should be spotless, never spilling any-,
thing nor having hot things cold and
cold things lukewarm, and then the
patient should enjoy his meal, and he
will If comfortably propped up. with
this inviting meal properly arranged.
Summing all up, a trained nurse
should know the chemical composition
of the body, food and why necessary,
cocking and why necessary, foods and
their relation to the body, correct pro
portions of well-balanced dietaries, ef
fect of starches, digestion and fer
mentation. With this knowledge, work
would be easier and service simpler
and better, then all illness would be
shortened and expense lightened.
The Argus Daily Pattern
Andrew Kempe, who had as her sub
ject, "The Seven Wonders of the An
cient World and the Seven Times
Seven of the Modern." The subject
was bo broad and Included so much
that in the time allotted her, Mrs.
Kempe could give by a partial de
scription of the wonders. H-:r paper
was very well prepared and proved
a most Interesting one. Miss John
son pleased with a number of songs.
The hostess served lunch at the close
of the afternoon. The November meet
ing will be held at the home of the
president, Mrs. C. W. Foss, 3898
Eighth avenue, and Mrs. Harry Ains-
worth or Moline will speak on "The
Environment and Training of Women
in Co-educational Institutions."
AIKEN STREET SOCIETY.
MRS. KATHERINE BURTON, 559
Henrichs street, " South Rock Island,
entertained members of the Aiken
table had as a center piece a large I Street Sewing society at the for night
pumpkin basket filled with fruit, and j r meeting, the attendance being very
extending from the chandelier to the j large and included a number of visit
corner of the room were festoons of t ors. The ladies made arrangements
black and yellow crepe paper and j to rebuild the chapel chimney and, the
hanging from the chandelier were j wcrk was ordered begun. Work for
bunches of corn. Stalks of con (he season was discussed and follow -decorated
the dining and living J ing tha business session the ladies
ROYAL CINCH CLUB.
MRS. AMELIA C. GROTEGCT,
at her home, 320 Fifteenth street was
hostess yesterday at the fortjiiglrly
meeting of the Royal Cinch club.
Three tables were set for the games
and Mrs. L. Miner, Mrs. E. Helpen.
stell and Mri. A. Schrei'oer were giv
en the firs, second and consolation
prizes respectively. Lunch was
served at the card tables after the
games. Mrs. A. Fisk, Eighth avenue
and Fourteenth and a half street, will
be the hostess to the club .members
in two weeks.
JOLLY 500 CLUB.
THE MEMBERS OF THE JOLLY
500 club were entertained yesterday
afternoon by Mrs. Fred Reesing, 315
Fifth avenue, Moline. The prizes in
the 500 games went to Mrs. Peter
Langbehn, first; Mrs. Bardoel, second;
Mrs. Hugo Lange, consolation, and
Mrs. John Kronmlller, booby. Luc
was served at the small tables after
the games. The club will meet In
two weeks with Mrs. John Hansen
IVY CINCH CLUB."
MRS. H. TAPPENDORF, AT HER
home, 920 Twenty -first street enter
tained at the fortnightly meeting, mem
bers of the Ivy Cinch club yesterday
afternoon. Two prizes in the games
of cinch were given the first to Mrs.
May Maass of Davenport, and the oth
er to Mrs. Henry Gaethje of Center
Station. Lunch was served after the
games. The next meeting of the club
will be aa outing at Fejervary park,
The congregational meeting of Cen
tral Presbyterian church, called for
last evenicg to consider the calling of
a paster and the election of elders,
came to no decision aa to naming a
pastor and the election of elders w as
put over to a future meeting. A num-
j ber of ministers are being considered
rooms. The place cards were held by enjoyed a social hour and the hostess' for the pastorate of the charge and
to date hereof.
To authorize sale of any or all of
said bonds; to authorize note Issues;
and adopt plans and take such action
as may be deemed advisable for finan
cing said company.
To ratify and approve the change of
name to Rock Island Southern Railway
company; the enlargment of powers;
the former Increase of capital stock to
$2,500,000; the construction of said
railway system and all other matters
In connection therewith, and operation
and financing thereof, and all proceed
ings and actions of those who have
been, or acted as officers and directors
of said company.
To consider and act on any and all
matters which pertain to said com
pany and Its affairs.
To consider the advisability of pur
chasing the property of the Rock Is
land Southern Railroad company cr of
consolidating therewith or purchas
ing the corporation stock thereof or
any of its bonds, or of leasing said
railroad for ninety-nine years and to
authorize and approve the doing of
any and all of such things.
To consider and authorize, if deemed
advisable, a new bond issue of not ex
ceeding $20,000,000; and if a new bond
issue is authorized, then to authorize
an Increase in the capital stock to not
To consider and authorize, if deemed
advisable, the construction of a line
into Rock Island and the purchase of
any railroad for any part of such dis
tance and also the purchase of any ex
tension for such line.
This meeting is called by the direc
tors of said company; by a majority
in interest of the stockholders of said
company and by the President of said
ROCK ISLAND SOUTHERN RY. CO
(Seal) By E. C. Walsh. President.
Attest: J. W. Walsh, Secretary.
ROCK ISLAND CONSTRUCTION CO
By M. A. Walsh. Vice President.
WESTERN SECURITIES CO.
By J. W. Walsh. Treasurer.
Directors: E. C. Walsh, M. A. Walsh
George H. Hlgbee. H. C. Llghtner,
John J. Ryan. C. H. Read, E.' C.
Walsh. Jr.. J. W. Walsh. C. H.
Walsh, A, E. Walsh, E. i. Walsh.
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7955 , 7917
7710 ' '
Waistcoats Receive Unusual Attention In Tailored Sulta.
Severely tailored suits are p tactical
ly a thing of th past. The suit today
Is dressy enough for an afternoon tea
and conventional enough for a shop
ping trip, but lines are easy; akirta are
draped and sashed; coats are belted
and vested In charming, unusual ways.
Two-toned suits ra modish, plain
coats with skirts of plaids or stripe.
A model of Cherult's has a coat of plain
blue duvetyn and a skirt of ribbed ve
lours de lalne In blue and green. An
other Imported suit of velours de laine
has a coat of dark blue with a dark
blue skirt striped In Nattier blue. Both
were smart. Either of these combina
tions can be used with 7855-7710 most
appropriately. The vest of ssftly col
ored aillc duvetyn. matelasse or tapes
try gives an effective touch of contrast.
There Is scarcely a suit or blouse thai
doe not show a vest or at least a sug
gestion of a vest. It Is one of the de.
tails that makes for smartness thli
7&S5 In size 16 may be copied with 1
yards of 16 Inch material; 7710 requires
for size 24 1 yards of It Inch mate
rial. A long, loose coat most practical to
slip on over a one-piece frock la shown
In 717. Ratlna with cuffs and revert
of a smooth contrasting material would
be good for general wear, while In one
of the new velours or corduroys, fur
trimmed, it would be dressy enough tot
To copy In size M this design re
quires 6 yards of 42 Inch material.
Each pattern Is IK cents.
To obtain either pattern Illustrated All
out this coupon and Inclose IS cents In
stamps or coin. Be sura to state number
of pattern and size, meaauiing over tha
fullest part of the bust for dimensions.
Address Pattern Department.
TEXT BOOKS ARRIVE
FOR THE TEACHERS
The text books of the normal exten
sion class, composed of Rock Island
and Mpllne public school teachers,
arrived this morning, and will be put
into use Immediately. The studies
to be taken up are history and socio
logy, and the first lesson will be, given
next Wednesday afternoon.
LICENSED TO WEDJ)
Edwin G. Fraser New York
Mrs. Birdie Warn ken ... Davenpsrt
Harry E. Mills Mollhe
Miss Gertrude E. Shullenberger ...
Azelle L. McRoberts ... Port Byron
Miss Hattie E. Weideman, Port liyroa
Frank Jansen Rock Island
Miss Clara Wise Rock Island