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THE KOUK ISLAND .ARGUS, MONDAY, 'MARCH 2, 1914.
6 Q2l 1 f I VMS CUZAJZtU 7U9APSOAi ; Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young girl nearly nineteen year! of age and became engaged to a young man of twenty a few months ago. Since then I have been thinking it over and somehow I feel as if I could have found someone that had a little prop erty and nearer my standing, as this young man has nothing except what he works for by the day. He has al ways been good to me and seems to love me truly, but sometimes I feel a little cool toward him. " (1) Is it too late to see if I could better my condition? I (2) Would it be right for me to i go with anyone else or should I try la be satisfied with the one I thought to be my choice? - (3) I have told him that he would have to have enough money to start a home before I could marry him. Is this not the right thing to expect of him? ONE WHO IS PUZZLED. (1) No. You can break the en gagement if you with. (2 As long as you are engaged to him, be loyal to him. 43) It is all right to tell him that he must have a little money ahead when he marries, or at least enough to start a home. :l am under the impression, my dear, that you do not love this man. If that is so, it w ill be better for both of you if you break the engagement. A girl who really loves a man will not coolly consider breaking her en gagement to him upon the possibility of finding somebody else of better social and financial standing. Si k v; Sti -hi S (KW. V: Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are girl friends and we both go with fellows. They are. nice fellows and they seem to - like us quite well, for they come steadily to see us. Hut they do not take us around to give us good times. They want to stay indoors or go out walking. Should we keep company with them? Please tell me why they do not take us around to give us good times. LILY. Perhaps these young men are sav ing their money to get married. They must certainly like you or they would not want to be in your company so much. Better be patient, my dears. Do not give up your other boy friends and don't think that the one who invites you out the most is the one who loves you best. A fellow who is a gadabout before marriage is ant to be one afterward. Better select a steady stay-at-home, who doesn't waste his money on foolish pleasures. Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) -Will you please give me the recipe for Chinese chop suey? (2) What kind of hats are going to be stylish this year? Large or small? BLACK BEAUTY. (1) Chinese Chop Suey Half a chicken and equal amount fresh pork. one large onion, one handful mush rooms, one stalk celery, six Chinese potatoes (buy from Chinese grocer), one bowl cooked rice, one smalt des sert dish. Chinese sauce (answers for salt, buy from Chinese grocer). Clean chicken, cut meat from the bones and cut into narrow strips one and one-half inches long. Cut pork the same. Slice onion thin. Soak mushrooms 20 minute s In water, then remove stems. Cut celery in pieces one and one-half inches long. Wash and slice Chinese potatoes, which require no cooking. Put chicken and pork into frying pan with salt and fry until done, but not brown or hard. Add sliced onion and cook at little. Add mushrooms and put enough Chinese sauce over to make them brown. Add some water and stew a few minutes. Add celery and, after a minute, add Chi nese potatoes. Finally add a little floured water and make gravy of the water in which ingredients stewed. To serve: Put a little boiled rice, which should be dry and Cakey, in a ; and prizes in' the games wer3 given to Miss Loretta Slattery, Mrs. J. L.U tig and Mrs. Ed. Lawless consolation, and Frank Hefferman, Thomas Slat tery and John Tobiu consolation. The games wera followed by a very pleas ant social time and the serving of lunch. Mrs. Gstettenbauer was pre sented with a number of nice gifts by the company. STUDY POLISH COMPOSERS. The music department of the Mo line Woman's club will meet with Miss Helen Hun toon Wednesday, March 4, at 2:30 p. m. At this time the depart ment will consider Polish composers and their work predominate in the program to be given as follows: -Preludes N'os. 7 and 20. Opus 28 i". ... Chopin Impromptu, "The Two Larks" . . .' Leschitizsky j Mrs. E. O. Grassiey. Songs, "The Parted Lovers" . Chopin Miss Althea Brown. Fantasie, Impromptu, Opus 66 Chopin Miss Florence McCombs. Sketches of Polish Virtuosi Mrs. W. R. Morgan. Minuet a l'antique Paderewski Miss Mildred Lund. Songs Selected Mrs. Alec O'Connor-O'Donnell. Prelude No. 1 Chopin Nocturne No. 2 in E flat Chopin Miss Josephine Sheldon. Saint Elizabeth Chopin erna Cooper, Adele Leonard. HANNAH BUTLER SATURDAY. Tickets have been issued to the song recital to be given by Hannah Butler at Masonic temple Saturday afternoon at 3 o clock under the auspices of the Rock Island Musical club. Members of the club will be admitted upon the presentation . of their mem bership ticket and to each member has been sent two extra tickets, giving them the privilege of inviting two guests to the recital. If there are any members of the club who have not received these guest tickets they should notify Mrs. J. K. Scott. Those desiring to attend, who are not members, may do so upon the payment of a small fe. ENTERTAINER AT BROADWAY. Mrs. Osceola Pooler, entertainer, will give a program Tuesday evening at the Broadway Presbyterian church. Mrs. Pooler is a charming entertainer who has won through her own merit I LOCAL SPEAKERS AT BIG BANQUET Woodmen and Royal Neighbors Head Offices Represented at Chicago Function. Chautauqua and lyceum platform. She has excellent taste, is strikingly origi nal, and has a rare sense of humor, bowl. Put cooked mixture on top of ! three characteristics which are sure this and pour over all some of the ! to make her program full of interest gravy. (2) The hats "for spring are small and high, but larger hats will prob ably be worn during the summer. ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS ON FLAG. At the February meeting of Fort Armstrong chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, held at the home of Mrs. J. P. Comegys, 1903 Sixth ave nue, Saturday afternoon, the following resolutions drafted by Miss Georgia First, relative to the changing of the American flag were adopted: "In view of the fact that there has been some discussion of the question of changing out national flag and whereas, a reso lution has been introduced into con gress to that effect, "Therefore, Be it resolved, that we, the Fort Armstrong chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion, hereby express our strong disap proval of any change in our flag which has been made sacred by the blood of patriots. The very purpose of our organization, 'To cherish, maiiltain ftad extend the institutions of Ameri can freedom, to foster true patriotism and love of country, prompts us to this action. Our flag is the symbol of the right to life, liberty and the pur suit of happiness. The stars and stripes strike every loyal American heart as if it were a living spirituality. If our flag were to be changed it would no longer be the same flag around which so many inspiring mem ories cluster. It would no longer be the flag under which Washington be gan building our great republic and for which the long line of notable deeds and heroic sacrifices have been made. "Our forefathers on that immortal day, June 14, 1777, gave to us the en sign which we cherish and honor. "'When freedom from her mountai? ' height. Unfurled her standard to the air She tore the azure robe of night And set tho stars of glory there.' "And we hereby protest against any change in these glorious stars and stripes of our national ensign." Tho program of the afternoon was informal in nature and consisted of the reading of reports from the state I with the booby favor going to Ethel In her repertoire are included mono dramas, as 'The Music Master," and "If I were King," monologues, charac ter sketches, humorous impersonations in, costume. WITH MISS GARRITY. The G. B. Sewing circle met Satur day afternoon with Miss Elsie Garrity, 1900 Eleventh street. The time was occupied with sewing and the playing of games, after which lunch was serv ed by the hostess. The next meeting of the circle will be with Miss Anna Ohge, 1239 Fourteenth street. HOST TO YOUNG FRIENDS. Edward Sippel entertained 13 boys and girls at his home, 271S Eighth ave nue, Saturday afternoon. Games were played and the head prize in the con teBt was won by Rayfield Witcher, F. O. Van Galder, editor of the Mod ern Woodmen, -went to Chicago this afternoon to speak at a banquet of the Cook County Modem Woodmen Fellowship club to be held tonight at the Auditorium. One thousand mem bers of both the Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors of America are expected to attend. Dr. Hada Burk- hart, of tills city, is also on the. pro gram for an address. She left today noon to be present at the evening ses sion. James McNamara, assistant head clerk is also scheduled to speak, but owing to the pressure of work In statistical reports he is compiling he will be unable to attend. The banquet will be attended by both administration ' and insurgent Woodmen. Q. E. Aleshire of Chicago, candidate of the administration for head clerk, will attend, and H. D. Hammer of Woodstock, 111., an insur gent candidate for head clerk, Is ex pected to speak. "Neither politics nor present Wood men strife will enter into the ban quet," said Mr. Van Galder today, rel ative to the meeting. Today's Record-Herald contains an article pertaining to the way in which the Woodmen fight throughout the United States has affected the opera tion of the Woodmen tuberculosis san atorium at Colorado Springs, Col. The paper holds that the administration will reappoint the management of the sanatorium according to totals of elec tion results favorable to the adminis tration in many states. The Record-Herald says: "There has been a rate controversy in this society (the Woodmen) which threat. ened to put a new set of officers. in charge of the sanatorium, but the del egates chosen during this month in dicate that the insurgents have lost in all except .two of the 42 states. This assures not only the reelection of the present management, but insures a continuance of the work done at the sanatorium." steDS. The attention of members is called to the change from Wednesday to Frida". . . . ; AERIE INSTITUTED AT MATHERVILLE A new aerie of Eagleg was institut ed at Matherville Saturday evening. In spite of the adverse weather con ditions the event was successfully car ried out and about 120 attended. C. P. McQuaid, deputy for this district; Frank Wich, junior post president; P. C. Kelly, past vice president, and Gus Burgeson, chaplain, of Rock Island, were the instituting officers. The de gree team of the Rock Island aerie, with Gust Eastberg as captain, exem plified the work. Zante Muffins One-half cup ter, three quarters cup of sugar, thttt Kgs, one ma one-nair cups of mil, iuc "i cornmeai. one two cup f TOURING WORLD ON r THEIR HONEYMOON J . - - ...... v.-:..:,:.. if jtSs. fW I 1 ,: I - Mrs. J. A. Wittman. THINGS WORTH KNOWING To keep corks from sticking or breaking in the medicine bottles, grease the corks good with vaseline. Thev can he keDt for years In this way and removed any time without, flour- ae teaspoonful of sa:t Ave tev trouble. spoonfuls of baking powder. sk. To prevent wooden tubs from drying . Cup of currants. Cream th out so that they leak, turn the tubs ; aj,j the sugar gradually, the eggi S upside down after you are through us-j beaten and milk, then add the dry!? ing them, and pour enough water on j gredients mixed and sifted and k ti&a t .mi Kl t .i ' rpTf time vmi tins want to use them. To set colors in laundering pink. green, aniline reds, lavender and pur-1 one-half teaspoonful of peppt-rcorj pie, should.be set In water containing! one slice of onion, one stalk of cerr dissolved alum, two ourjes to a tub. j two cup s of scalded milk, three tL I n c i ouc . tins. White Soup Fire cups 0f whit. one-half teaspoonful of nit stock. Drawn Butter Sauce One-third cup of butter, three tablespoonfuls of flour, one and one-half cups of hot water, one-half teaspoonful of salt, one-eighth teaspoonful of pepper. Melt one-half j of the butter, add the flour with the seasonings and pour on gradually tne hot water. Boil five minutes and add the remaining butter in small pieces. To be served with toiled or baked fish. Salmi Lamb Cut cold roast lamb in thin slices. Cook five minutes two tablespoonfuls of butter with one-half tablespoonful finely chopped onion. Add the Iamb, sprinkle with salt and pepper and cover with one cup 'of brown sauce,' or one cup of cold lamt gravy, seasoned with Worcestershire thoroughly heated. Arrange the slices overlapping one aoother lengthwise of the platter, pour around the sauce and garnish with toast points. j , .... .vui spoonfuls of flour, yolks of two egg salt and pepper. Add the eeawniim U the stock and simmer thirty muu fltes; strain and thicken with fcutttr and flour cooked together; ada tu scalded milk, dilute the eggs, illihtiy beaten, with hot soup and add to tb' remaining soup; strain and mna with salt and pepper. Serve at oaet or the soup wLl have a curdled ap pearance. Frozen Chccolate With Whipped Cream Two squares of bakers' choc oltte, one cup of sugar, few gralnt of salt, one cup of boiling water, three cups of rich - milk. Scald the milk, melt the chocolate in a small taore pan placed over hot water, add oee half the sugar, salt, and gradually the boiling water. Boil one minute, tii the scalded milk with the nenuUnlns sugar. Cool, freeze and serve la glasses. Garnish with whipped cream sweetened and flavored with vinilli. CURED TERRIBLE HUMOR ON FACE Could Not Co Oa Stroet Without VeH. t . ToIU What Rosiaol Did For Her. Philadelphia. Dec 6. 1912: - In Decern, fcer 1HUH, my face became sore. I tried erything that was recommended, and my 1mc grot worse instead of better. I spent over (100 and got no benefit. The face and aose were very red and the eruption bad the appearance of small boils, which itched me terribly. I cannot tell you how terrible my face looked all I can oar is, it was dreadful, and I suffered beyond description. ' " I have not gm on the street any time since 19UB without a veiL until now. Just V four months ago a friend persuaded me to j fiv Kesinol a trisJ. I have used three eakes of Kesinol Soap and less than a jar of Reatnol Ointment, mad wny face is perfectly free from any eruption, and my skin is as leer and clean as any child's." (Signed) Urt. U. J. ISatemaa, 42S6 Viola St I - Every iruggUt sells Reslnol Ointment and Resiaol Soap, but if you have any skin trouble it will cost you nothing- to try them. end te Dept. 14-M, Kejinol, Baltimore, Md for a free sample of each, rertisement conference by Mrs. W. J. Sweeney and of a report given by Mrs. Craig on the historical research that the organiza tion has taken up, such as procuring the first will and deed filed in this county, etc. The program was followed by a de lightful social hour when the hostess served lunch. The March meeting will be with Mrs. Yellman. NELSON-TUCKER. The marriage of Miss Bessie Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Tuck er, Twelfth street and Eighteenth ave nue, and Arvid Kelson of Moline toes place Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. H. Tope of Spencer Memorial Meth odist church, and a company of SO relatives and friends were the guests. The bridal couple was unattended. As the couple took their places in the living room, where was erected a can opy of flowers and ferns, Mrs. Cora An drews at the piano played the Mendels sohn wedding march, and while the ceremony was being performed the father of the bride sang "Believe Me," by Moore. The bride was dressed In a gown of white satin, lace trimmed and she carried a bouquet of forget' me-nots. Following the ceremony a wedding supper -was served, the table having as its centerpiece a bouquet of white carnations, and festoons of, smilax fell from the chandelier to the corners of the table. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson left for a 6hort wedding trip, and upon 'their return will reside in Moline, where a home is already furnished. Mr. Xelson is employed at the Deere & Mansur fac tory in Moline. His bride was born and reared here, attending the public schools and the high school. . POSTPONE SOCIETY SESSION. The meeting of the Endowment Fund society of Augustana college. which was to have been held Wed nesday afternoon, has been postponed until Wednesday afternoon. March 11. when Mrs. John Godebn and Mrs. C. M. Fredericksom 221 Sixth avenue. Moline, will be the hostesses. Mrs. G. W. Bore of this city will at that time read a paper cn Would the i World Be Better with Horrors and Scandals Eliminated from Journalism?" Loring. Late in the afternoon lunch was served and a merry afternoon came to a close. GERMAN CLUB SESSION. Members of the German club spent a delightful afternoon Saturday with Miss Jennie Sturgeon, 1043 Nineteenth street, as the hostess. The club con tinued the reading of a story in Die Garten Laube and following the study hour spent a very pleasant social time when lunch was served. SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. A special meeting of the civic de partment of the Woman's club of Rock Island will be held Wednesday after noon at 3 o'clock at the banquet hall of the Y. M. C. A. Special matters for general discussion will come up, and members are asked to attend. Island City Court of Honor No. 855 will hold another of the series of win ter dancing parties at Beselin's hall Thursday evening, March 5, to which the public is invited. The O. E. S. Sewing society will meet at Masonic temple tomorrow af ternoon to sew. Mrs. William Ulle meyer and Mrs. L. D. Marshall will be tho hostesses. Mrs. S. Meanor and Mrs. A. McDou gall will entertain at a box sociable this evening at Owls' hall. The pro ceeds will be used to organize a ladies' nest of Owls in the city. The Rock Island club announces that informal dances will be held each Fri day evening during March. Miss Hill will be present to instruct in the new WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT OF BRAZIL. IS ONE OF THE BEAUTIES OF HER COUNTRY 1l?:b1 .essi 3 III J lit ' V - t r , J & W rtv ' ) Ia3&"l - I ft 3qi 3 II ji- s' ' "y "1 ' tlstv' .'3r f at '-ZZTr; : v. . JJ San Francisco, March 2. J. A. Witt man left his home in New South Wales 20 years ago for desolate Kalgoorlie, in western Australia, with the deter mination of piling up a fortune, mar rying the prettiest girl in his home district and living happily ever after. He meant to follow the rainbow to ita very end. .Other young men with the same kind of dream have left their bones to bleach on desert sands, or returned crushed and broken after years of fruitless prospecting. Wittman court ed success and won it. A few days ago he arrived here on the Moana on his way around the world. He has a fortune, the exact amount of which ha hardly knows himself a fortune dug out in large nuggets from the district known as Slugg hill. He also has a wife whow after the desires of his- youth, is young and pretty. Wittman is a bit grizzled from 18 years of mining in Kalgoorlie. He has his fortune and he has paid for it. During the trip the Wittmans were the most unostentatious people aboard. The prospector has no desire to cut a wide swath. He Is not going to charter any spe cial trains. He spoke lightly of the nuggets tak en from his holdings in Slugg hill. Some of them ran up to 196 ounces and were worth $ 20 an ounce. These specimens he presented to his wife when they were married in Perth a ! i year ago. They are being preserved as souvenirs. DR.BLANCKETALKS ON "BOY AND HIS HOME" One of the finest talks of the season was heard by the Y. MC. A. boys yes terday afternoon, when Dr. W. H. Blancke of Davenport spoke to thenn on "A Boy and His Home." In his picturesque and original way. Dr. Blancke gave his helpful message to the boys with such effectiveness that they agreed in urging him - to . come back again soon for another address. Leo DeLong rendered special music for the meeting which was one of the most successful ones of the .season for the B. G. M. A social was an nounced for Wednesday evening, of this week for the boys of the B. G. M. This social will be held Wednesday evening from 7 until 8:30 and may be attended only by those , boys who are regularly enrolled as members of tie B. G. M. organization. A fine time is in prospect for tt men of the Y. M. C. A. in their "Gt Together Dinner" tomorrow erenint. A splendid program is prepared and a first class dinner will be provided and all things combined promise to make it one of the most attractive events of the month. Men who hm not sent in their acceptance cards must get busy this evening with them in order not to lose out on- the dinner. Pinchot Runs for Senator. Milford, Fa., March 2. Gilford Pin chot, former chief forester of the rait ed States, has announced his candi dacy for the Washington party nomi nation for United States senator to suc ceed Boies Penrose. Mr. Pinchot wu the unanimous choice of the progres sive leaders, as set forth In a resolu tion adopted at a recent conference it Harrisburg. ." ,, The Argus Daily Pattern SURPRISE MRS. GSTETTENBAUER Members of the Jolly Twelve 500 club carried out a very pleasant sur prise on Mrs. M. Gstettenbauer. going in a body to her home, 1416 Twenty fifth street, Saturday evening to cele brate her birthday anniversary. The evening was devoted to playing 600, i President da Fonseca of Brazil and his wife. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, March 2t Mme. da Fonseca, wife of the president of Brazil, is known as one of the most beautiful women in South America. ?he Is the daughter of Senator de Teffe of the state of Rio de Janeiro ntid sister of Oscar de Teffe, the Bra r.llian minister to Germany. Madam da Fonseca. who is the sec ond wife of the president, is but 27 years od. while her husband is 63. Brazilian society was much shocked at the time of the marriage as the president had only been a widower a few months. Their friendship began tofoie the death of the first Mme. da t Miieeca. Tho pivKfut "first woman of Bra .el" Is a highly accomplished musi-ci-ii!, a linguist, a painter and sculptor and a charming hostesf i GRAND CHAPTER OF R. A. M. HEBE School of Instruction Will Open in the Corinthian Eall Tuesday. The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Illinois will hold a school of instruction under the direction of the board of grand lecturers in Cor inthian hall March 3, 4 and 5. Manv visiting companions from all sections of the state will attend. Three ses sions will be held each day. The en tertainment committee is composed of cnarles W. Thatcher, Swain Pearson and Robert F. Ralston. 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