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ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY. FEBHUAHT 5, Wli.
Dear Mm. Thompson: (1) Will you
kindly give me a recipe for a Rood skin
food, on that will not cause a growth
of hair on my face?
(2 I am ;u years oil Around my
eves and in the comers of my eyes
there are numerous wrinkles. Then
around my mouth and from my cheeks
to my throat the flesh seems to have
grown loose and nac. My chin, which
wa once clear and rosy, is yellow ar.d
thick, and around my eyes and in try
temples there are dark spots.
J2 : '
ran give me a recipe for a kkin food t
wh:ch will correct thee evils I will
iTati appreciate sajne.
3 Win you alo give me a recipe
fairly stiff, clean brush, will do won
ders for your hair. Let It hang loose
aa much as possible and masage the
If you j scalp with the fingers daily.
ior thin, oily hair?
J. W. P.
faii-y work and they were served wifi
a nice lunch. The club will meet
agaiti In two weeks, the boMebS not
Miss' Dorothy Wiese, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiese of 825 Har
rison street. Davenport, and Dr.
Charles L. Leigh of Davenport were
married at 8 o'clock yesterday morn
ing at the home of the bride. Very
Kev. Marmaduke Hare, dean of Trin
ity cathedral. Davenport, read the mar
riage service of the Episcopal church.
There were no attendants, the wed
ding being a very quiet ceremony wit
nessed by only the, members of the
Immediate family. The bride wore her
traveling suit of wiBtarla colored cloth,
tailored, with bodice of chiffon ant
lace in the lavender shades and lace
bat of the Fame color. She wore a
corsage bouquet of violets. A wed
ding breakfast was served after the
ceremony with covers for ten. Dr. and
Mrs. Leigh left immediately after-
ard for the east on a wedding trip
"..r., .... ... ...,., mpat prin.ipp several times
1 know of is ,na.!e of the following In- ar finp and fmoolh. r,It
f: rm-fl ' n . ruurpz oil kwn'liiniuiius
6 drams white wax. S drams sperma
ceti. 2 drams borax. 1 -a oz. glycerin. 2
oz. orange flower water. 15 drops oil
Of nerold. 12 drops oil of bigarade, 15
drops all of pimen'o.
Vou can get these at the drug store
Melt the .rl
glycerin to ora
ilix solve borax :n this mixture-, th- I I
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you
kindly tell me how to make beads of land on their return will be at hoir-e to
rose leaves. K. C. friends at 424 West Eighth street. Dav-
th rough en port. Dr. Leigh Is a wen Known
Rose Beads: Run petals
i copperas to make them black
the paste into round beads in the
bands, making then?, twice as large
as you want them, as they shrink
about half. When made into beads
lay them on a platter and let stand
until they young dentist of Davenport, tie is
in a little! the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Leigh
Roll of Dyersville, Iowa, and has made his
home in Davenport for the past six
jeers or more.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT PROGRAM.
The music department of the Worn-
. , "I, , j several hours, then roll them again, j ciUB of Rock Island will hold a
three it, greiient.. 'j i String them on broom straws or bat- j meeting tomorrow afternoon at 4
align n"r. Willr j"'1 plns an(1 pl , sun to harden. When o'clock at the homo of Miss Josephine
taken from the straws, put into a
I bag and rub them hard -to get any
pour If s'owly into the mixture ot
. z : . rt.; ..-'it
-i- w.i.,. ... lloo(ie pHrt!ci off. Polish by putting
sot grow lialr. . a little vaseline or olive oil 1n the
I2l lou axe probably not Tv. of the hand -nd rub them thn
.r.ougn rest, ar. worrying too much j w m off ujth a Hoth
i'bout things. ioii t -at enou'i go).! :
t-t-yl and ion't tske tlie proper .-are ;
jt.lv vvav to '-- near ,:rs. i nuuipsun. in nu vn
, I win a yotinc man s cuectionsv
12 What should you do to De at-trar-tive?
I am out of work and cant get
Job. What should I dor
(4 I like a young man and I write
rf voir .km. Th- ot.lv way to '--
!.iu food to mas-age the skin i'
it after iat,lng in warm wat-r. t!i n
wipe it c?T carefully so that rot a
trace remains. . I
In the morning vah with unrii i
ar ami n.il.i .-mD. linse u! 1 young man
: nlir. carili. t.ut ne noes not answer
! them. What should 1 do?
: M. E. H.
1) A girl who is sweet and nrod-
C!ar water. th-n Uafh cold a'-r
ever face, throat and he-t. Now rub
tiny bit of skin food into the skin,
gentlv. then apply a light dust of a
Cook, 1130 Twentieth street. An at
tractive program lias been prepared
Paper on St. Cecelia by Miss Flor
Vocal a "If I Were a Gardener,"
(Chaminadel. (b). A Discontented
Inickling." (Jeshle Gaynor), Mrs. A.
Paper Books on music written by
women. Miss Violet Doney.
Vocal "Dreams of an Eve," (Chani
inade). b) "The Silver Ring."
(Chaminade). Mrs. Edward Appel-rjuist.
JOLLY 500 CLUB.
Jolly 500 club members were the
guests of Mrs. Fred Hoist in Moline
IN CAMPAIGN FOR
"Get One" Movement Will Be
Inaugurated First of Next
Week by Y. M. C. A.
TO CONTINUE EIGHT DAYS
Gym Fest Program Will Attract
Men from Association in This
Part of Country.
rlrtt rwiu-rlr i ppt f.nlv the t.t ! est nlwavs attracts a voune man. If
1... I -: . . . 1. . - itl. ,in (1.1 r i.hi aha an InakA fi AKD I r n. i ...... ......
! tereMinc to him which usually means Turnquist was awarded the irst prize
i in tne earn games, a naiiu painieu
f-. I.i,)r i.iir'klti f.J rink 1 that hr fuots frpp tn talk to her a'uoiit 1
" 1 . . . .. i iil.io Aim lldnnan t.sa trknlr mnnrl
lot cf pure milk and uater, take ; himself and his interests sne is rr- "-"
breathe I tain to win his attention and nos.-:l ly 'avor, an eiuuro.aereu cemer
'his affection. .Mrs. Jonn an iioorenecae was .ven
I2TI have answered this in replv- j tne intra tavor. an emoroiaerea aiess
ing to vottr Prst question. "csrf. Mrs. William Henk- took
(3) Read the advertisements in the j the consolation favor, a dolly and the
t,a ,nnir o-hoo ih I oooov prize, a jaooi. eni to -i r i.
tions offered seem suitable.
(4) Stop writing the cards, lie
lot cf pure
tnlld exercise in the open air.
deep, go to bed early, with your bed
room window l ie open and get ten
hours sleep for a while, if possible.
Ion't worry about anything, cultivate
happy disposition, and in two or
three months you uill see a decided
3 An egg shampoo once a month i doesn't want to answer them prob
and thorough brushing daily with a I dislikes you for sending them.
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W. Woods. Refreshments were serv
ed after the games. Mm. Peter Laiis
behn. Jr.. will entertain the club in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank MiCall at their
home. 16i2 Twenty-eighth street, bad
tta their guests last evening members
nf the Crackerjacks. a social club. Din-
i.r rer.eu t . uuwk auu iur , -eeks from todav but ihe -..lare
table was trimmed with a bowl of cut 1 .,
the third, a pair of hose, fell to Mrs
Fred llaack. and the booby, on alum
inum pan, was given to Mrs. Frank
Maucker. Jr. The hostess servei a
very nice lunch at the close of the i
gan:es. The club w ill meet ngni.i :n I
OAKHILL SOCIAL CLUB.
-T-1 . .. . 1. t. I. M I Cnnlnl li.K maniltape
were the guests of Mrs. W. A. Smutz,
905 Fourteenth street, yesterday at a
j delightful afternoon's entertainment.
The time was passed with sewing and
chatting and the hostess served a nice
lunch. Mrs. D. Williams. Twenty
eighth street and Sixteenth avenue,
will be the next hostess.
flowers. Carnations, roses and hya- j
rooms of the house. A program of
games and contests followed in which j
two prizes were won by Mrs. Edward
Urien and Frank Patterson, other fa
vors going to Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Pietcher. The evening parsed very
pleasantly. The club will meet nxt
month with Mr. and Mrs. Edward
t.rien. 1625 Tw ecty-eightli tree.
OLIVE CINCH CLUB.
Mrs. M. L. Sutherland. U?.4 Forty--:ond
f-treet. ".vat the hostess jester-
w y s col announced.
ENDOWMENT FUND SOCIETY.
Seventy meir.bers of the Endowment
Fund society of Augustana collegn
were the guests of Mrs. Louis Ostrotn
at her home. 10.17 Twenty-first street,
yesterday afternoon. This was a rec
ord attendance, the largest in many
years at the regular monthly meeting
of the society. Mrs. Louis Canterbury,
reader, gave a number of character
sketches, reading Italian, Swedish and
Shaker dialect stories in a very enter
taining and pleasing way. Mrs. J. K.
Xr-ntt :uf-r,mnrinieri hv Miss I.nis Hub-
rtay afternoon to members of the Olive I ... .,. y... ,.; M-.
nd responded to an encore with a
j Swedish song-J At the business 9es
i sion a straw vote for the officers of
I the society was taken, this to assist
the nominating committee in the se
lection of officers to be voted upon
finch club at the fortnUhtlv meeting.!.
la the games of rincli the first plz
pair of ii:lri:'!'"e! pillow- c-n.-s.
west to Mrs. Frnk Maucker, Sr.. of
fhljt city, the -irorni prize, a silver
mpoon. was given to Mrs. J. W. Terrvle.
Jbl J . . . - . I l
i at the April meeting. Mrs. Ostrom
I served delicious refreshments at the
! close of the program. The next host
esses will be Mrs. John God eh n and
Mr3. C. M. Fredrlckson, 221 Sixth ave
nue. Moline. Mrs. G. W. Borg will
Iread a paper on "Would the World Be
Better with Horrors and Scandals
Eliminated from Journalism?"
i lis m m m 1
keep the basiaeM nan yomg
looking. It makes the man f
ifty look thirty -fire. It always
restore grrf or faded hair to its
Bstoral color. It cleanses the
scalp and eradicates dandruff.
Basalts arc guaranteed.
If yoa ars not absolutely satis
fird with Bar's Hair Uealth, your
dealer vfil ref and your money.
. rWWJfaw; tl 00. Fm
tnl mmmim i iii. Ur m4 4 airw't mmm tm
i MRS. M'FARLAND SPEAKER.
! tra. Elizabeth McFarland of Rock
j ford, state organizer of the Woman's
f Christian Temperaace union, address-
e members or tne l-aaies dewing
ty cf Aiken street chapel yester
afternoon at a meeting held at
i the chapel. Mrs. McFarland spoke
( along the lines of temperance work
and the part of the women in the
I campaign for dry territory. A num
. ber of new members were added to
' the roll of the society. The ladies en
' Joyed a pleasant social time after the
talk by Mrs. McFarland. The society
will meet in two week's with Mrs. K.
Ij. Tonn, S22 Aiken street
IVY CARD CLUB.
Mrs. Henry Geisler of this city en-
tertalned the members of the Ivy Card
club yesterday at Turner hall. Daven
port. Mrs. Henry Gaethje was award
ed the first prise in the card games,
Mrs. Louise Dressen took the second,
Mrs. Hrostrom the third and Mrs. John
Konosky the fourth prizes. A course
supper was served after the games
and a very pleasant afternoon passed.
Mr. Anna Knappa of Davenport will
be the next hostess.
CRESCENT CINCH CLUB.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reddig at their
home, 1521 Sixth street, entertained
the Crescent Cinch club members last
evening at the usual number of tables
of cards. Prizes for the women went
to Mrs. Allen I'ratL Mrs. A. E. Mc
Innis and Mrs. Clifford Owens and for
the men to Warren Duffin, Allen Pratt
and Clifford Owens. Refreshment!!
were served before the close of the
evening. The club meets again in
two weeks with Mr. and Mr3. Robert
Ransom, SI 7 Second avenue.
BRIDGE FOR MISS STREET.
Mrs. B. J. Mitchell at her home, 735
Twenty-second street, entertained in
formally yesterday to honor Miss Ag
nes Street of Chicago, the house guest I
of Mrs. R. S. Hosford in Moline. Sev
eral tables of bridge were played with
pretty favors for the winners. A col-
, latinn was served and spring flowers
i trimmed the rooms.
TRINITY GUILD MEETS.
Mrs. A. C. Croswell. 534 Sixteenth
street, was tiie hostess yesterday aft
ernoon to Trinity guild members at
the weekly meeting. The ladies
spent the afternoon with their sew
ing and fancy work and enjoyed a
very pleasant afternoon and the host
ess served refreshments. The guild
will meet next week with Mrs. Law
ler, 2411 Eighth avenue.
Have you joined the T. M. C. A. yet?
If not, you may as well decide to join,
or else leave, town to escape the cam
paigners w ho are going after you.
A "get one" campaign has been set
up for next week by the membership
committee of the Y. M. C. A., and every
present member of the association 3
being called upon to bring in at lca-st
one new member during the eight days
from next Monday until the following
Monday. If this propect is carried
through successfully, it will put the
membership well above the one thous
and mark, and make the Rock Island
association correspond with the build
ing in being the best and biggest in
Men who have visited the building
do not need to be told of its attrac
tions, and those who have not visited
it yet oimht to do so at their earliest
opportunity. It is capable of accom
modating from 1.000 to 1,200 members
with the greatest ease, and there is no
reason why it should not be filled to
capacity all the time.
A prominent business man. after go
ing through an hour of vigorous exer
cise in the gymnasium yesterday after
noon, winding up with a lively game cf
volley ball, voiced the sentiment of
hundreds of other men and boys when
he remarked, as he plunged under a
shower. "I think this Y. M. C. A. build
ing is the finest thins that Rock Island
ever did." . The effort of the big cam
paign for next week is to help other
young men to realize this fact.
The membership of the association
has been divided into two sides for the
campaign. Dr. H. G. Trent is leader of
one side and W. J. Sweeney heads the
other. They have under their charge
10 teams each, and when these 20
teams get into action there will be a
general breaking loose. So look out
for the "get one" campaigners and
prepare yourself to fill out an applica
tion blank for the first man that hands
you one, and thus enroll yourself in
this most popular organization. x
"Fancy drills, marching, tumbling,
gymnastics, fencing, hockey," and oth
er striking exhibition features are
promised on the program announced
for the "gym fest" at the Y. M. C. A.
tomorrow night. It is expected that
1"0 men will be on the floor for the
work, representing six or seven asso
ciations of Illinois and Iowa, and the
best athletes of their respective organ
izations. Thus it is certain that their
exhibition work will be of a high grade.
Dr. George J. Fisher of New York
City is to be the speaker before the
gymnasium men at a banquet at 0:3",
preceding the gymnasium exhibition
which conies at S:15.
This morning the Employed Officers'
association of the five cities met at
Moline for their monthly conference.
Addresses were given by K S. Paulson
of Iowa and by Dr. Fisher of New
w Ith . all phases of the work. . . She
sitoke last evening on the need of
funds to carry on missionary work in
foreign land. The missionaries stand
ready to go into the fie'.d, the doors
stand open to receive them but funds
are lacking with which to send them.
She gave a very interesting talk. Mrs.
Engstrom left this morning for Ster
ling. DANCE AT R. I. CLUB. :
Another of the delightful dancing
parties arranged by the social com
mittee of the Rock Island club was
given last evening at the club house.
Miss Hill gave instructions in the new '
dance steps during the fore part of
the evening and from 9 to 12 a regit-;
lar dance program was given.
SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. j
The monthly meeting of the Wo
man's Missionary society of the First j
Baptist church will be held Saturday
afternoon instead of Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Edward Brien,
1625 Twenty-eighth street.
Feb. 5. Eagles' Minstrels.
Feb. 6. Mischa Elman, violinist, in
Feb. 7. Edith Thayer iu "The Fire
fly." Feb. 8. "The Right Princess."
Feb. . Blanche Baird in "The
Tailor Made Girl" (Burlesque.)
Feb. 11. "Within the Law."
Feb. 17. Lecture.
Feb. 19. Barbara Worth Company.
Feb. 20. "Girls From the Foljie?."
Feb. 21. "The Girl of My Dreams."
Feb. 22. "Rosalind at Red Gate."
Feb. 24. Lyman Howe Travel Fes
tival. THE EMPIRE.
High class vaudeville and tabloids.
Matinee 2:45 and evening 8:15, except
Wednesday and Sunday -when there
are two shows at 7:30 and 9:15.
THE FIREFLY" AT DUBUQUE.
(Special to The Argus'.)
Dubuque, Iow a, Feb. 5. The capac
ity audience of the Grand that greeted
Miss Thayer in the title role or the
"Firefly" last night was prepared for
something above the average. The as
semblage left the theatre more than
gratified. Miss Thayer's personality is
all pervading, though without this gift
her histronic ability would have made
her a success in the role. From her
firs: appearance oa the stage she was
the center of spectacular gravity.
Vivacious and gripping, her hold upon
the audience was constant. Her next
move always is conjectural and un
usual is the thing that happens. Her
enunciation is essentially French and
whether in the attitude of the poser
or animated by the ecstacy of youthful
delight, she emanates an attraction
that takes an irresistible hold upon the
crowd. The thread of the plot in
"The Firefly" is sufficient to carry it
beyond the bounds of mere suspicion.
Miss Thayer's voice is ample in all its
registers, is rich in quality and volume.
The support is classy and the orchestra
is real in everv sense of the turn.
S. A. MOXCER.
City Editor Telegraph-Herald.
"The Firefly," with Miss Thayer, will
be presented at the Illinois Saturday
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Mrs.- Richard C. Burleson.
BY SELENE ARMSTRONG HARMON.
Mrs. Richard Burleson, the hand
some young wife of Lieutenant Burle
son of the Third Field Artillery, now
stationed at Fort Myer just out of
Washington, believes in doing things.
Though, scarcely more than a girl in
years, she has crowded into her life
more interesting activities than the
a.verage woman finds time for In' the
allotted three score years and ten.
Soon after she put . on long frocks,
Mrs. Burleson, who was then Jane
Walker of Galveston, Texas, went to
New- York to school. While there she
studied art under that great teacher
and eminent painter, William M.
Chase, whose personal friendship and
interest she gained. She was grad
uated in Mr. Chase's normal school,
which entitled her to the much covet
ed right to hold a teacher's certificate.
me the appoiutment of supervisor of
art in the public schools of Manila n4
I entered upon two years of fascinat
ing work. I directed the teaching of
five hundred interested and enthusias
tic teachers, under whom there wer
thousands of children."
During the present season, thi
young matron has foresworn many of
the pleasures of society in order to
take a university course. She has en
tered George Washington university
for a course in economics and socio!
ogy, because she believes these sub
jects bear closely upon the success
ful management of the modern horns
and that to be a successful housekeep
er a woman must have a knowledge ot
In athletic sports, Mrs. Burleson is
one of the most aecomplished women
in army and navy circles at the capi
tal. She is an expert swimmer and
"It was after I married and my
husband had been ordered to the Phil- diver; can ride the most spirited mount
inpines." says Mrs. Burleson, "that and plays tennis and golf. And la
"THE RIGHT PRINCESS."
The Kight Princess," by Clara Lou-
Use Hurnham. has been booked for two
York, on themes relating to their de- j speciai performances at the Illinois
I.artments of the association program. next sundav. This play is to be pre
The groun met at noon for luncheon, Bented by Robert Dempster, the well
and adjourned at 1:00. known actor, and his company of play-
Sunday Services. ers and promises an unusual treat for
Attractive announcements are made j theatregoers.- Mr. Dempster is a per
for Sundav afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. . sonal friend of Mrs. Burnham, the
this little certificate of graduation
from Mr. Chase's normal school prov
ed a very desirable thing to have.
After we were established at Manila,
I found that owing to the efficiency of
Filipino and Chinese servants, my
housekeeping duties would be next to
nothing.- Now, we all know that in or
der to keep her health and youth, ev
ery woman must have an occupation
of some sort. In casting about for a
way in which to fill my time, I thought
about the teacher's certificate in the
bottom of my trunk. It secured for
spite of these ' interests she ' finds
time to work actively for the cms
of equal suffrage. She is a member
of the Congressional Union of Q6
National Woman Suffrage association,
has organized many suffrage pageants,
and last year was grand marshal cf
the great suffrage parade held to
Washington inauguration week.' Like
most young and attractive womea,
she is fotJd, of'isociety and of tea-
ceives .with : her. kinswoman. . Mrsi .Al
bert Sidney Burleson, wife of the post
master general..'. ' :
H. S. BOYS ENJOY
A BIG Y BANQUET
Fifty Lads Attend Feast and
Hear Expert Association
One of the finest events of the sea
son at the Y. M. C. A. was the ban
quet for high school boys last night,
to meet -1. S. Paulson, state boys'
work secretary of Iowa.
Fifty boys were present, represent-
at .! o'clock, and his subject is one to enact the difficult ana unique roie ot - itlo Brl T
catch the eye of evcrv bov "Pitching Billy, the hero, as he is especially fitted Port, Clinton, Muscatine and Rock Is-
S "he Pinch" i X topic announced8 for this part, which he created when land. -f.
' L- !.-.... ti. ni- D flrat nrnHneed in the Biiou with music furnished by Marvin Mc-
theatre, in New York. The role severe- Neill, after which they listened to the
Iv tests the ability of an actor, as it is program oi speecneb.
Rev. T. K. New land speaks to the boys ; author of the play, w no selected mm to
ought to be in determining the charac
ter of future citizens.
The tax collector's office will b
open every Saturday night.
(Adv.) JOHN HUXTOON.
EVERY DAY DANGERS
nd it promises to he a baseball talk (the play was first produced in the Bijou
that every bov ought to hear. There
will be miibic by the Baptist quartet.
All boys may attend
Rev. D. A. Johnson of the Central
Presbyterian church is to speak at the
men's meeting, and a musical program
is promised preceding his address.
NARCISSUS SEWING CLUB.
Members of the Narcissus Sewing
club were the guests Tuesday evening
of Miss Mabel Pohler. 1003 West Fifth
t street. Davenport. The evening pa?s-
SPEND DAY QUILTING. j ed v'r.v' pleasantly with sewing and
I Twelve members or the Busy Ree " "tu
I Sew ing circle rpent the day vester-1 :
1 day quilting at the home of Mrs. Harry
: r i -. ' . i o , t- .. . . e i , i
They finished one quilt during!
lunch. The club will meet again in
two weeks with Miss Martha Wein
berg. 17j West Seventh street, Daven
The wedding of Miss Aimee Traviss,
1111 Sixteenth street, and George
White of Davenport took place this
afternoon at A o'clock in Trinity cathe
dral, Davenport, Very Rev. Marmaduke
Hare, dean of the cathedral, reading
the service. Miss Maynte E. Appel
quist of this city attended the bride
as maid of honor' and Victor Littig at
tended the groom as best man. The I This added unusual Interest
i Tab I
j the day. At noon they were served
I with a picnic lunch and enjoyed the
day while they worked. The society
will meet In two weeks from today
with Mrs. M. G. Holsapple. 2S27 Fifth-and-a-half
For aal by THOMAS DRUG CO.,
W. T. Haru, I. D. O. Walker, J. Bengs-fpn.
OR MORE IN
new home will be on Ripley streeL
Davenport. Mr. White Is connected
witt? the George M. Bechtel company,
ORGANIZE EMBROIDERY CLUB.
The West Side Embroidery club is
the name of a new organization form
ed yesterday at the home of Mrs. M.
R. Fennessy, C2'2 Twelfth avenue. The
ladies meet to sew and spend the
afternoon together. Refreshments
were served during the afternoon. The
next meeting of the club will be at
the home of Mrs. Ixiuie Grothe, 705
Thirteenth avenue. Feb. 18.
the part of a young man of 21 with
the mind of a child, caused by a fall
from his horse when he was 14 years
of age. He has become brutal and
abusive during the years following his
accident, but is finally restored to his
normal mental condition through the
influence of mind over matter, as
brought to his attention through "The
Right Princess," which part is delight
fully played by Miss Katherine Robine,
an actress of exceptional ability, charm
and beauty. Nearly everyone is famil
iar with Mrs. Burnham's writings and
probably her best known books, are
"Jewels," "Sweet CloTer," "The Right
Princess," and "The Leaven of Love."
When the play was recently presented
by Mr. Dempster, at the Shubert the
atre, at Kansas City. Mrs. Burnham
was present for the performance. and
ppoke to the audience from her box.
raul Dahlen acted as toa-stmaster,
and a repsesentative from each of the
visiting associations was called upon
to speak briefly before Mr. Paulson
began. The boy speakers and their
topics were as follows:
"Why a High School Boy Should
Line Cp With the Association," Henry
Krager, of Clinton.
"Clean Speech," by Harry Gebhardt
by Virgil Ketchuru,
by Elmore Gripp, of
play. Vhen Mr. Dempster appeared
in the play in New- York the critics
compared his acting to that of the late
On The Saloon Question.
Some of America's finest orators
will speak at the Rink Friday evening,
Feb. 6. John G. Woolley. Howard ll.
Russell and F. Scott McBrlde. Mayor
Benn-Mt c f Rockford will tell about
dry and prosperous Rockford. (Adv.)
and partiripat.'ns stock, wiih a boiiu
(of Con.n-.on Stock which .should pay
I lar re dividends. An Illinois corooru-
D. L. Sewing club Wa ei.t. r . ( f hichet Ftandiii" an. I i--ml,.
D. L. CLUB WITH MISS ENG.
tainen luestjay evening Dy MIs K'..:i j llshed biit.ine.! i Iwhind h;.-, ii-sue.
F.ug at he: borne. Nineteenth aru-i ; Full information and banking ref. r
and Ninth street. Moline. The yo.;:j,; ! 6nce furnished. Addrt -V. 11.."
women spent th venlug with their j care of Argus. (Adr.)
New York A campaign to raise $1.
000.000 for building the nave of the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine was
begun. One hundred men and women
undertook to obtain nlodeea for tn.
MRS. ENGSTROM GIVES ADDRESS. ' 000 each.
Mrs. t;. W. KnjiKtrom. rield secretary
of the board of the northwest of the!
Presbyterian church addressed a
meeting nt Ilroadwuv l'rebvterlan
linmli last evening, coining here mi-
der the auspices oi Ruth's b.uid :in.i I
the Woman? Mlisioaurv societv of
j tLe (liun !i. Her work takes lur over
i 12 states and she is very familiar
Delivery to any part of the city.
Single Tons, $3.75
Two Tons, $3.50 Ton
Telephone R. I. 2925.
of Muscatine. -"Clean
.The talks given by these young men
were of a most thoughtful and inspir
ing sort, and would have done credit
to a company of full grown men.
Without exception, they expressed an
enthusiasm for high ideals and manly
character that was good to hear.
The principal address was given
by Mr. Paulson, who brought, as he
said, "four distinct challenges to the
high school students."
First . This is the day of the high
school In the world of education. This
school is dictating to other institutions
of learning what they shall do. The
high school is the great educational
force of the day.
Second. The high-" school student ,
body constitutes the greatest army on
earth. The army of young men In the:
high schools can make or mar the na-l
Third. The unearned increment of j
opportunity and education constitutes j
a heavy burden of debt on the high !
school students of today. They are;
debtors to all who have gone before
Fourrti. The high school boys are
in great need cf help in their lives
und habits and sports.
In all of these points. Ihe challenge
i to the V. M. C. A. boys in the hUh
school, and to all light minded boys.
! to make conditions right, and to make I
It is important for you to know tilt
nearly all cough syrups contain dan
gerous and- deadly drugs like mor
phine, chloroform and opiates In sob
form or other. We warn you against
these dangerous preparations under
the title of "balsams of this" and "bI
sams of that," or "syrups ot this." etc.
' Without these drugs. Father John
Medicine relieves throat a"d
By building up the body and keeping
up the warmth, the system is given
the fighting power to throw off disease.
Father John's Medicine is all par
nourishment, and the best protection
against dangers from exposure and a
run-down condition of the body.
Get what you call for. (Adv.)
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