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TIIK HOCK ISLAND AKGUS. SATURDAY, APJUI, 11. 191-i.
ill '-3 1 .'nnsRTTivrel i Dear Mn. Thompson: I am a Toung man of 24: have been going "with a young woman of 19 for over t"wo years. We are engased. but my folks will not hear of me marrying ier on account of her mother bavins ft bad reputation. a I hare found this young woman verythlng that a young woman s-hould j Ve. I love her ery much. I s-he to. lUm for what her mother has done?! 4r;could she inherit such a thine? 1 fad not give her up. She would leave Jlogie Jf I couhl find a place for her - One I know is a pood place, j Would this !e rie.it for me to do mhen I know her home is not what ft should be? What .-hall I uo? a TKD. ."tou are old enough to marry with ii J your parei.t' cop.-iit. If you are hfc to support a wife and if you are mtjsfied that she U a good p!rl. inarry lier and take h-r away from Jiee mother's influence. She is prob-hj- so dinguied with her mother's ctions that the is a better girl be came pr i!- ' d" not ,lllnk such thifegs are inherited. If you cannot afford to marry now. li -1 p the girl to tint work with which she can siip-j port herself and to find a respectable nlare to live. Do not w " fcnf of her expenses, however. Hi ' ' . . Bear Mrs jnompson. ,? harm to let your fourth ',0Tnere Is a boy of my same age f.msin ii af i t iinu a rnnn oeai m. now cdiir , . , make him like me? Hi Ik tl.ir anv barm to let a boy Pi-s. vou pood night? :ss ; I m (1) W'yyf cjxr r V i" t ' i - p "thfnk'ld let him use!". Then add one-hal! pound confec as an excuse very ! tioner's sugar and stir all up to Ipttlier. Vou can add any flavoring; I don't kis cousinship cften. i I 2 ( Hy not Oie first place. Khow yourself tilings he likes running Just after Mm. in be pleasant ' interest . dress modestly ami keomingly and let him see that you ; Value his good opinion. (.1) I think there is a good deal of; harm in it. my dear. You are old ' enough now to have a little womanly , lipnitr. P Dear Mrs. Thompson: irls 12 vears old. Are we too small tn wear a shirtwaist and skirt. 0 f What will make one fat in WILL GIVE -HANSEL AND GRETEL." ' Tf uir.ncrdinck's fiiry 01 era "Hansel and (iTft'-y wi!l be given a- t ie prv ! gram of the clmri'y c-on ert under tiie ditecti'-.n of the philanthropy and mu-; Ur departments of the Davenport Wo-' man's club, and is to be presentej at the B'ir'is Tuesday evenine. May 12. ; The cast ll be as follow.-,: I Hansel- Kliio'l D-iy. ! fire'"! Mi-- M-ircre; Isabe'. Max wrll of l::.k llaiid. Ocr'n-le. the ni:':i-r Miss Kutli ; "Tier. Vert. 1 Peter. :tie ftlier i"aiin B.ird. The '-.Yi:;-'- Mrs. A. C. I- ecIiUT-on. Sandman M: A:i-en Mntchlar. Dew Kairy--John, Min-r. There will he c.if.-r'Jse of fairies. rr.d p!-ri-s. auj the ftill opera will be j given. It tne . i.r.n: , !l he the Mis--eS ; Aimee Knodle. Vt-lnii: ielp. Marcar- et and .Mary Hlack-tt. Aileen Mutch-1 lar. K'i.aiiet'n Citnb e and John Gel we. Ctrl Kit liter. Harry Jebeiis, Lorenzo Ame arij Clinrii-s Spring. Tne concert I r. irises to be the most attention Is rc- . J2m an important point i If not generally known, that a laxative should have i .! . . ,1 a tonic element to success-; fully meet COnstmatlOn. i meet constipation. Mr. John B. Ca P'-r, of 610 Pecan Ht.. Fort Worth, Texas, had a sig nificant experience til this particular, lie was afflict-! wit'i a. severe case of constipation and bow.-l trouble. H? pent a rood deal of money In, trylnr: to find a rrned To hi astonish ment. Per:na very quickly relieve, him cf Ma bad symptoms. This happened a. I sJ7"'2a2. namber of years . yt ji tstlpa tion. and has al ways found j-rompt and effi cient relief fro.vi I'eruna. He eay: -Vp to th time I farted uslnr your rinlc castor olljj?T lie wafer. It dM no good. A a for fealta. they ere of no use. Physics cf all kinds arid classs were use.!, but we had to call on the fountain ayrloge Sir help." I'STuna, wa able to cor rect tr.ls condition completely In Air. Callers' cae, and there Is every rea son to believe that It was the tonic 0'jtJiM of I'enina. added to the laxa tfvo auall'les. that procured this very desirable result. -(A1 vertlstoieut.) le face? j enough. :T" 1 - Ago. inc then, v - t ; . uon or a vague, unoeonea wnat? 'tne Mr. Capers states f r Johnson of .Ninth street. South Itock conTirs,ltlon ,ik. )e BaTOrs provided that be ha bad V . j inland and last evening a company of I by the cooks, has been evanescent. .lm"-r ""'"k '.'f ; I neighbors called at their home in j Why should not hostesses make as Troub.e.tt.e promt- t-. I . ,.lt,,ratJoIl of tt.B O(..asion. The even- much effort to stimulate the minds of jint symptom or 4 " .Z I , . . j .ui . . . . I t3 I am getting a few pimples on my face: please gic a remedy? (4) What will make my hands wh:te? C.l Please give me a recipe for pood camlv. and for taffy? SXOOKKYOOKVMS. - (1) I think you will look better dres.-ed in one-piece frocks, my d-ar little girls. 2 Katine pood food. playing outdoor and wearing pWs-, ant smiles. ( Stop eating candy and rich cakes and pravies. Clean your face well before going to bed j every night, with w arm water anil a pood mild soap I -ike imported fa"-, tile soap best. Itinse the face well j with clear water. In the morning wash Willi cold water plenty of it. Take a sponpe bath every day 'and keep your bow els open. (4) Hub lemon juice on them, men elvcerine. If, I . .,... . . . 1,1. vmir riv-.rina ., not :icrw w itli vouT,., iiiri-h entertainment hall ' skin, use cold cream. i i.-.i Yon can make several kinds . ... . :J flllinillil ,,, . pm u , ! a tumbler and note how high it 'ot canuy wini mis ior a iouuuiiwi . it in I ' ciiiiis in in Kias. i urii inn it. uuw ' a"u ' e- -- a uow i aim in me luiuuin put : " " . " ' IP""' " TVer "'t'r', llK'- " ' par'14 w i:I different flavoring for ted in the'eacu. itu iau ihok- huh mn ...-, 'anH Hin in nipitefi ciiocoiaie. or uui nuts or candied fruits on top. 1'ui also one imnn- - . on buttered paper to harden. UorP.o dancing and music was enjoyed.; Taffy Two cups of molasses. UoT next regular meeting wi!l bu he'-d i cups of brow n suar. one-half eup water, .one-tlilru cup vinegar, iwo : tablespoons butter. Boil until bnt- tie w hen dropped in cold water. Be II) We are fore taking from fire add one-quarter teaspoonful baking soda, stir a cou- pie of times to mix thoroughly, pouri,,, monthly party Thursday evening on preasea piaie, pun as soon as cooiiat ... vew- Hamer and it proveu tne J attractive and ucoessfi: entertain i ment ever offered by the club in con 1 riection with i j work of planning for : the raising of funds to carry on the summer activities. I PROGRAM FANNING RECITAL. The program is here given that will , be presented by Cecil Fanning, bari ; tone, at the Illinois theatre W'ednes- d;iy evei.ing. April umlr-r the au- ' spices of the listers of the Visitation. ; Mr. Farming's teacher, H. li. Turpin. . ill be at the piano. I. ' Adelaide Beethoven ' Halt. 1 Di Schoiie Mullerint. 'Ad Keierabenil Schubert, . i-r Kliecer .Mein'iard (. Hubert Patakyj TeufelsPed (Volker) Kugene liaile II. j,.s:jau Songs: A t jn(i-a iCmsky-Korsakoff ' Tlw.u M llow v Harvest-Field I Tol- ' ... Itaclinaulnoff III. Folk bongs' 1 !.a Petit Bois Damour....r,ld French j l.e Cvcle l.i Yin Old French 1 Dame Durde,, Old Kngllsh No. John. No Old Ktlish I Kdw ard (Percy- lleliques) ...Laewel We Must Part. iKrt Dowson) -y-ZT Pietro Yon Had a Dove. (Adapted from Kt,atJ() (.arl BuBch Mammy's Song. (Written for Mr. Fanning 1 Harriett Ware The Iast I-eaf, (Oliver Wendell Holmes) Sidney Homer Seats will be reserved Monday, I April 20. at the Illinois theatre. Tick-; ets will be for sale at the theatre on ' the day of the recital. ! CELEBRATE 36TH ANNIVERSARY. Yesterday w as the StJth w edding an-' niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew- prices In the games went to Mrs. Ef-! ve Siemon. Mrs. Augusta Albery and 1 Mrs. Bert lleltahrend. In behalf of the i 1 company H. P. Stapley presented tot Mrs. Johnson an umbrella as a token of esteem. Late In the evening a sup per was served and the evening prov ed a delightful one. - MISS DEE IN RECITAL. y I 1 mg was aevoieu to pia iiik carus mill ' lui-ir Burin ut iiie to yrnuij nirir I A pianoione recnai was given ny j.Miss Kathleen Dee of this city, a pu pil of Mrs. Toenger Kiegel of Daven port, last evening at Bowlby'a music houe. J llaneman, baritone, of Dav enport, assisted on the program. Mies Dee rendered each number of the tiro- gram with remarkable technic and in terpretation and her repoaa at Ui Jo strumcnt elves much encouragement for a bright future. The program: Minuet alantbiue. Op. 14. No. 1. Sonata. Op. 16, No. 1. Slue Kobtn Sine. Two I,arks - Impromptu. Invention C Major. Vocal. "Night Time" U llaneman. Sonata (Moonlight I Op. 27, No. 2. (a) Adnpio Sostenuto. (bl Alleprett. ic) i'resto Agitato. Hrownles' Festival (Seeboeck). Study (Molto Allegro) CJp. 710 No. 7 t('zerny). Crandn I'olka de Concert, Op. 1 (Itartletn. Vocal. "I'll Sins the Songs of Ara by" (Clay) Mr. llaneman. U. P. SOCIETY ELECTION. The Yoimii People's soe'ety of the l"nitel Presbyterian church held the annual meeting tiil election of oltl ccrs last evening at the church. The electUn was carried out strictly ac cnnline to election lawn with resistra tion. ballots, etc.. and the following ticket we chosen: President Donald Vance. Viie President Miss Kdna Huett ncr. Secretary Miss Klizabeth Hryan. Treasurer Will Aster. A committee from the society served refreshments, carrying out the Kaater idea, and there followed a season or sociability when games were played. - . I REPEAT BLACK FACE MINSTREL. j y)ie Young People's Social league or Central Presbyterian church repeated the back face minsirei periui ui iwn reral weeks ago last evening be , f,(re a pood sized audience. The pro- ! Eram that was iven with so much sue i" , nrevioiM ..resentation again ,,ea novelty. and was verv w ell p.it on The parts , werf s In j cess rflnn i iihiiu. auu ....... . ; - - ----- st cnulfliv eiveii. . iirA sum was j spienuiu . cieareu in" e-- MYSTIC WORKERS SESSION. Mystic Workers Arsenal lodge No. 10S6'. held the semi-monthly session last evening at Math's hall. Mr. Pik ron was installed as n'arshal and a degree team was organized and a mem bership campaign planned. Kive new members were initiated and therj was . . After one transfer j April 04 at Math s hall at which tirrc a large class of candidates w ill be given the degree. TRI CITY FEZ CLUB PARTY. The Tri-City Shriners Ke3 club held usual delightful affair. Kifty couples attended and enjoyed the dance pro gram and special dances were given by the hotel entertainers. Refresli- j ments were served during the course I of the evening. The next party of 1 the club w ill be held at the Watch Tower inn May 20. C. W. B. M. MEETING. A meeting of the Christian Women's Board of Missions of Memorial Chris tian church was held in the church parlors yesterday afternoon and was well attended. The subject of Porto Hico was taken up for study and pa - oers on the theme were read by Mrs. Harry Shifter. Mrs. K. M. Wright. Mrs. M. K. Chatley and Mrs. Frank Patter son. At the close o fthe program a ; lunch w as served. C. I. X. CLUB SESSION. Members of the C. I. X. club enjoyed tl.' hospitality of Miss Lena I.indberg :ast evening at her home on Fifty-' fourth street. Moline. The evening ; passed pleasantly with music, needle I j work and the serving of refreshments. ! ! lie cr.10 win meet in iwo weens wun ( ' 1,,s lurstroin in Moline. 1 SOCIA LANNOUNCEMENTS. Woodmen circle and Walnut grove No. 1'7 will give another of their de- HPIitHH rnra parties 1 uesuay evening, Anr" 14 at Math's hall. As usual cinch w ill be the game and play will : 1 I . . . o --1 1, oeKiu ,11 is urn, T1" i",'en r:B,her c,rc,' of the Me" ""rial -lirl-tlan church will hold its lness session with Miss Minnie Stul.r. K.U3 Twelfth street. ; Monday evening. ' ! 1 ,uules 'xmary 10 ine iirotn- ' ernoou ti iii-oinoii te r iremen ann ' Kngineers will hold the fourth annual ball at Oiid Fellows' temple Tuesday evening. April 14. The Criterion or chestra will give the fiance program. TALKING AT DINNER. A Chlnesa Suggestion That On Par. on Should Do It All. A a rule, o dinner conversation is seldom worth remembering, which is a pity. Man. the most sensible of all animals, more readily lenns to non sense than to rational discourse. Per haps the flow of words may 1 as steady ns the eastward flow of the Yangtzekiang In my own country, but the memory remains only a recollec- palates? What a boon it would be to many a bashful man sitting ne'xt to a woman with whom he has nothing in common ir some publfc entertainer limine the dinner relieved biiu from the necessity of always thinking as to what lie should sny next! How much more be could enjoy the fine dinners bis hostess bas provided and as for the woman, what a number of aup-r-resscd yawns she might avoid: To take great pains and spend large sums to provide tasty food for people ho cannot enjoy it because thej have to talk to one another seems a pity. Ijpt one man talk to the crowd and leave 1 hem leisure to eat Is my sugges tion. W11 Ting Fang. Ite Chinese .Minister to United Stntes, In Harper s A3iithly. . WIDOW OF FORMER PRESIDENT HARRISON AND DAUGHTER TO SUMMER IN EUROPE v Mrs. Benjamin Harrison and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Harrison. t Mrs. Klizabeth Harrison, widow of the former 'president, and her daughter. Miss Klizabeth Harrison, will sail within a few days for Europe. Their home is in Indianapolis, but Mrs. Harrison has been spending the winter in Xew York to be near her daughter, who Jfe in school in Con necticut, j New Zealand Society for the Health of "Women and Children The children's bureau, department of labor, has just issued a pamphlet on baby-saving methods in New Zeal and as illustrated in the work of the Society for the Health of Women and Children. Miss Julia C. Lathrop, chief of the bureau. In her letter trans mitting the publication to .Secretary Wilson, explains her reasons for issu ing the pamphlet. She. says: "The infant mortality rate of New Zealand has been for some recognize J aj the lowest of any country in the world, and it is stated that recent fur ther reductions are due in large meas ure to the activity of this society. As an example of its value, the consul general stated that the work of the society Jias reduced infant mortality in Dunedin. a residential city of about fio.ofiO inhabitants. 50 per cent during ; nVe years, from 19i7 to 1912. Because of the absence of adequate birth and death registration in the I'nited States. The Risen Christ Zio.n's Easter Message of Hope to the Tri-Cities for Lord's Day, April 12th, 1914. TO THE SOUL who needs a Saviour and bas not accepted the Christ there is hope in the Risen Lord Come. TO THE SICK AND SUFFERING there is sal vation and healing for you. Only accept this message of hope through the Risen Christ. TO THE RICH AND POOR there is only one safe refuge from the heart breaking cares and sor rows of this life. Why bear them alone? There is hope in the Risen Christ. Zion brings you this mes sage of salvation healing and cleansing and bids you welcome to the services. Easter Sunday Meetings Zion meetings are conducted each Lord's day at the following places: Bock Island In the Odd Fel lows hall on Fourth avenue be tween Seventeenth and Eigh teenth street. Bible school at 10 a., in. Principal service at 3 p. m. The Lord's supper will be observed at the close of union service. AH who love the nnme of Jesus, The Christ, are wel come to partake regardless of sect or creed. Zion In Davenport, Iowa, In Pythian Castle, 104 'i West Sec ond street, at 10:30 a. m. Special teaching or dirlne healing fol lowed by prayer and laying on of bands for the sick and dis eased. Zion in Moline. 111., in Indus, trial hall, Kfrth avenue and Fourteenth street, at 8 p. m. The old time religion revived. A meeting for saint ami sinner. Evangelist Sbuniaker in charge. You are welcome to all services. the Infant- death rate of this country as a whole is unknown, but estimates tend to show that it is at least twice the rate in Xew Zealand, which the registrar general of that country re ported in 1912 to be 51 per 1.000. New Zealand, like certain of our states, is a young and vigorous country with a scattered jiOpu:ation and with no large cities, and there is every reason to be lieve the similar volunteer effort in this country would produce similar results. In view of the marked and growing in terest in the preservation of infant health in the smaller cities and rural communities of the United States, I believe that the account of the nieth ods of the Xew Zealand society is es- peciaLy timely. It will be seen that public interest i3 strongly enlisted in its efforts. Seventy volunteer com mittees in as many districts maintain the educational and nursing work in conjunction with the central office, and the government itself assists in vari ous ways. The detailed statement which' follows is not offered for the purpose of urging exact reproduction of the Xew Zealand organization, but rather to stimulate interest in work ing out whatever methods are practi cable locally for securing the same re sults." Conclusions drawn from study of methods in Xew Zealand: 1. The recognition that not only in cities but in country districts provis ion should be made for instructing mothers in the care of babies; teach ing young girls all practical methods of heme making, including baby hygi ene and feeding: giving proper hospi tal care to sick babies; and maintain ing conferences where mothers can have their children examined and can thus learn of any bad condition before it has progressed beyond recovery. 2. The need of definite knowledge of just what the problem Is in the dif ferent communities. This knowledge it is not possible to obtain in many dis tricts of the I'nited States, because, on account of the incomplete registra tion of births and deaths, this country does not know how many babies are born and how many die. "therefore, to urge the passage of good registra tion laws in states In which such law do not exist and to force efficiency in administering the registration laws in other states is a definite requiremment. 3. The need of co-operation be tween volunteer and public health au thorities in reducing the infant mor tality. 4. Recognition of the merit of the methods of the Xew Zea'and society for consideration by club women and others in making plans for infant-wel fare campaigns in rural communities in the Vnited States. 5. The value of methods which in clude districting the territory in a state and organizing local conimlttees having supervision of the welfare work; the employment of nurses whose services are chiefly education al; newspaper publicity, and the pub'i catiou.of pamphlets and other litera ture on hygiene and the care of babies and children, containing advice vouch ed for by the best medical authorities and exiressed in direct, simple lan guage. DINED ON JACKALS. But Thr Was Othar Food th Arabs Smply Would Not Eat. Describing the Mohammedans of Al gcrln iu his bookThe Barbary Coast" Albert KdnanU anys lie discovered thut with the exception of the obvious differeuce lu cloyUitii; they seemed to THINGS WORTH KNOWING. To remove coffee or tea spots' from table linen, rub the spots with glycer ic lot Ktand 30 minutes then wash the usual way. Grind up left-over meat, roll together with a beaten egg, form into cakes, ; cover with biscuit .dough, steam zu minutes and serve with tomato sauce, Makes a palatable and economical din - ner dish. It is heft not to have carpet on the bedroom floors; use rugs instead, These can be easily cleaned. When shutting up a house for a long time, pack the silverware in dry flour and keep the forks, knives and spoons together, arranging in layers with flour between. The silver will remain bright and untarnished. THE TABLE. Baked Creamed Codfish Clean the tail of a cod. boil it in salted water. adding a sprig of parsley. When it is cooked, drain and wipe it; then open j down the back,, take out the bones, I and separate the meat into pieces. Place them in layers in a dish and be tween the layers a little bechamel sauce thinned with cream, a sman piece of butter, and a little nutmeg. Sprinkle the top with a few bread crumbs, and set in the oven to brown. Care must be taken that the fat is ish onion, divide it into four and put not too hot, as the potatoes must be it into a sauce pan w ith one-half salt cooked as well as browned. spoonful of salt, two ounces of butter Macedoine Salad Marinate separ- and one pint of cold water. Let slm- ately cold cooked cauliflower, peas, mer until fjuite tender, then pour into carrots cut in small cubes, and outer stalks of celery finely cut. Arrange the peas and carrots in alternate piles The Argus LONG SLEEVES A FEATURE OF MOST AFTERNOON AND SOME EVENING GOWNS. Many of the Trench houses favor this Taffetas, plain and figured, range i idea of long sleeves for afternoon and ! width from 3S to 45 inches and in pric evening gowns; Worth, for instance, j from Jl.25 and up per yard, uses no short ones and is very partial j A quaint little bolero effect is brought to frocks of tafTetas with transparent out in the ytving srirl's dre?s. No. sleeves of net or chiffon. Ducet and : Dark blue gaberdine is the material the other designers use both. It Is not used, with the underhlouse of shadow necessary to predict, however, that a ilace; by way of trimming, a silk sou little later the short sleeve will take ' tache braid is used and a line of Chi- the lead. Another thing which Is marked on the new designs is the bringing of the drapery to the back, often leaving the front entirely plain. Both of these touches are shown in the afternoon frock of taffetas Illus trated in N'o. 8339. There is a sugges tion of drapery over each hip. full length sleeves and a box-pleated panel In back which is cut off to give the new hiked'' up appearance. This frock may be copied in size 3S with SS yards of 42 inch material. To obtain either pattern illustrated nil out this coupon and enclose IS rent tn tamps or coin. Be surs to state number of pattern aTid olse, measuring over tho fullest part of the bust. Address Pattern Department, care of this paper. Ire very much like otuer men. although they do not care for the same things at least not for the same reasons." Of tbls he had a striking example dur ing his first winter in Alseria: "I had asked my host about the jackals which howled ihe night through in the brousse about bis home. I was curious to know bow much they resembled the coyotes of our western plains. A few days later be called me from my desk with the news that some of his Arab workmen had trapped a Jackal. I followed him out iuto the pntio and found a half dozen natives squatted nhout an earthen pot. Two of them were holding the animal while another skinned it. A jackal looks like nothing but a very sick and maugy dog. I can not Imagine anything less appetizing. 1 was surprised and rather nauseated to see that the men were preparing the beast for cooking. Do the natives ent these thiugsV 1 disgustedly nsked my host in Freuch. "The man who seemed to be the chief cook understood the language of the conqueror. II. looked up surlily. 'Yes.' he growled, -but we don't eat "I thought of our slaughter bouse scandals ami the doubtful cleanliness in the center of the salad dlah. pjje the cauliflower on llic top. Arrases the celery in' four pi!es at en-ial tances. At the top of e.ach pii piace a small gherkin cut lengthwise in tfry tbir. slices, hegir,r.icg it the bloMom end and cutting nearly to the stem j enu. wren snces to r -present a faD. j Place between piles of celery a slice i of tomato. j French Soup -Put four pounds of I meat into a stock pot with three j quarts of water, set over slow fire arni i let it boil gently, carefully fakir of scum tnat win r;?e to tne top. Pour In a teacupful of cold water to help the scum rise. Vh?n no mora senm rifes. add three yir.all diced carrot, three medium .sized onions, two sliced turnips, one head of celery, one bunch of thyme, one bay leaf, a little parsley tied together and two t?aspoonfuls of salt. Let all boil gently for two hoar. If necessary, add more water. Horseradish Sauce Take a pter0f butter the size of an ess, beat i'ujj with one-half tablespooiiful of flour thin it with one cupful of warm broth or hot milk, place it on the fire to boil, stirring it all the time; stir in two ta- blespoonluis or grater! let it heat, but net boil; horseradish, add a Iittl , salt and serve. Onion Porridge Peel a large Sp b pan- j a heated bow l, dredge a little pepper over it and eat it as hot as possible just before going to bed. Uaily Pattern nese buttons. For a girl of 16 this design require 4Vi yards of 36 inch material No. 8339 sizes 34 to 42. No. 8236 sizes 14 to IS. .- Each pattern 15 cents. Proa Our Spring Stylo Book. Send us 2 cents to cover actus amount of postage and we will s""1 you free our forty pae book cf spring styles, showing about 500 designs in Ladles' Home Journal patterns. Send a two cent stamp for postage. c. , ? ' Name ... Aauress of our food supply mid felt very row like the owner of a glass bouse b had thoughtlessly begun tu thro atoDes." Prison for Husband of 18 Fort Worth. Texas, April 11. Tudtt Arnold of Hlythvi le. Ark., accused ot having 16 wives was sentenced in tM federal court yesterday to 10 X' Imprisonment on a charge of vtolatm the Mann slave act. Seven vivM tes tified against him. Proof of Value of the time-tested, world-tried, horn remedy proof of its power torei"" quickly, safelv. surely, the beau aches, the sour taste, tho P ' spirits and th. fatigue of bih(iw will be founu in everj " PILLS . 7li. In bo. 10. J Said ev.