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SATURDAY, APRIL,' 18. 1914.
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; Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a di-
j Torced woman. I want your pood ad
j vice, as I think you give the best ad
vice I ever 'read. 1 have one little
girt seven years old. I want to make
j a move for the best for the welfare
j of my child and myself. I don't want
. future life as it lias been in the past.
, I am 26 years old and am considered
t very pretty.
j ("1) Would you advise me to marry
' a man I do not love Ju-t for a good
I living and never have to work again.
and give my child a good education?
" He ! a finely bred man. has not even
' one bad habit and loves me dearly.
' .(2) Would you advise me to go on I
pendently of any man ? I liav sung;
j before hundreds of people and they
J -(3 Should I marry the man I
ilTve? He is a poor boy. but a pood
worker; makes about" $6" a month.
!but drinks at times. He says he
lovea me better than any woman he
;ver met. I never loved anyone so
si -.-Vt' '.
find that you think very differently
about them. Possibly you will dis
cover that you can get along without
any of them better than without the
man w ho has not bad habits.
(4) My answer to this is in Xo. 3.
5 Do what your own best Judg
ment and common sense tell you to
do. If your people are supporting
you and your child, the burden Is
perhaps too heavy for them. Can't
the state and make my living inde- you find Bomeli,jnK to do to support
-j (4) Would you wait and marry
jsomeone el.-e who did not work
ground the mines?
J 5) My people want me to marry
; for a home and money; would you?
j (1) If he loves you dearly and you
! cannot give him any love in return,
'would you be doing what is richt to
(the man if you married him? It
seems to rr.e that lie would be doing
Sail the giving and you all the taking,
t especially if you love another man.
yourself and child?
I am IS
I 12) One cannot always tru.-t the
nninfnn nf nne' friind about one's I vi:i aro rw,f nv.i&t-A f her. and
-r talents. If you think you have at nice girl won't accept a ring from
years of age.
(1) I am in love with a girl who
is very nice. She has moved away.
Should I go and s-ee her?
:.' Once I quit this girl and went
with another and I quit the other
girl and went back to my old one.
Did I treat my old girl right?
:i) She gave me a ring before she
moved away. What should I get her
to replace the gift? How often
should 1 go and fee her?
5) What will clear the complex
ion and remove pimples from face?
(1) Why not?
(J) You were not exactly consid
erate to either girl, but you are too
young to know very well what you
(:) Don't give her a ring, because
but. There Is no Incident on re'eord
where such a thing was accomplished
without the Oluck voice and person
allty; two factors needed in the mak
ing of a great singer. Voice alone will
do much for a singer, but It cannot do
all. Madame Gluck has won great trl
umphs and la receiving the largest
fees nald to concert singers of this
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL PROGRAM
The foliow-lng program will be given
Mcnday evening at St. Joseph's hall
by the r'.u.ients of music:
Adonis Oallop Freeman
.Nellie- and Eva Stombs. Rachel Eriel
and Evelyn Griffin. '
Mazurka (trio) Lerman
Inez Campbell, Carmellla Bell and
Wedding Reception Polka Sweet
Hazel Cunningham, Helen Auld. Nellie
Stombs and Rachel Eriel
Colden Rod Polka White
Edward Semmons. George Burt, Chris
Gadient and Edward Beecher.
Sleighing Polka Fearis
Elizabeth Corken and Lillian Geiger.
Waltz cf the ElveB (trio) Lerman
Charles Marron. Walter Schaab
and John Griffin.
Snow Bells Galop Franx Behr
Vera .Martin. Maudie Doering. Louise
Burt and Mabel Tobin.
The Hunter's Call Veazle
Raymond Bugee, Harry Tonn, Leo
The Grices Wachs
Helen Fisher, Fay Stoltenberg. Marion
Tobin and Marion Bleuer.
Gavotte C. Gurlett
Ethel Johnson, Josephine Dietz, Cath
erine McNeills and Mary Cavanaugh
Autumn Breezes -.."Brown
Helen and Alice Thiele.
Happy Birds Hoist
Winifred Hiederman. Marie Flnnegan,
Lelah Simmons and Helen Fisher.
eluding many of the old time features
of Mayday. There Is to be a Mayyole.
and a queen of the May. and iruslc
and woodland scenes, and all sorts of
appropriate things on the program.
The event will be open to the public.
SWASTIKA EMBROIDERY CLUB.
Mrs. William Bergsten at her home.
1303 Third avenue, was the hostess
jesterday afternoon at the fortnightly
meeting or the Swastika Embroidery
club, the ladles spending the after
noon n a delightful mrormai way
with their fancy work. The hostess
served a nice lunch at the close cf the
afternoon. The club will be enter
tained in two weeks by Mrs. C. H.
March. 750 Fifteenth street.
EAGLES' CARD PARTY.
The ladies' auxiliary to the Eagles
1 eld a card party at the Rock Island
rink yesterday afternoon. 500 and
cinch being played at seven tables.
Prizes in the cinch games went to
Mrs. Chris. Tbeus first, and Mrs.
Frank Bleuer second, and In the 500
games Mrs. La Vanway first. Miss Em
ma Behrens second, and Mrs. August
Bergeson third. The ladles will hold
another party In two weeks.
BAPTIST LADIES' COFFEE.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid society held
Its monthly coffee yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Lawrence McDon
ald. 1032 Fourteenth street. A com
pany of 45 ladies attended and en
joyed the afternoon with their needle
work and visiting, and the hostess.
assisted by Mrs. J. A. Shadinger, Mrs.
Forest Young and Mrs. John Tittering-
ton, served a nice lunch.
MASONIC DANCING PARTY.
Another of the series of dancing
parties given by Trio and Rock Island
The Value of Your Corset
Th. i,,ll.f, r named, inrfectly harmonious woman
knows that mvery part of her being ia expreasive.
There can be no grace or charm of dress without first and
foremost, comfort. Given that, found and preserved in a per
flttincr rtoi-fonfW rl anted corset that brings out and
enhances every beauty point of her figure, and the charm of
the outer garments follows of itself.
Wild Fire Blake lodges. A. F. & A. M. was held last
good voic e and real talent for the boy unless she is engaged to marry
stag?, go to a big city, get some of,' him. Get her some little thing that
jth state managers to listen to you ' she can keep to remember you a
: go on the state you Must remember j hand mirror or a dainty fan, would
,tfiat you cannot sie your child the! be all right.
jrjght kind of home. If you kep her (4) It depends upon how much
iwlth you. she will not g(jt the right j time it takes to get to her. I should
isort vt education. If you send her 'think once a week would be enough
Jaway to school you r.ill prow apart, j if she does not live too'far away.
I (3). J never counsel a woman to j (,") Keep yourself clean inside and
j marry a man who drinks. I have ; out. Plenty of soap and water every
seen too much nvsery in homes be- dav and outdoor exercise ought to
man drinks. Can't you go j clear your skin. Bathe every dav.
(away for a whiie and try to forget Do not eat rich, greasy foods and
(thls man? Maybe after you have chew your food well. Keep the
; separated yourself for a while from bowels open a dose of Epsom salt?
;all the men you know now you will will do you good occasionally.
PRAISE FOR CECIL FANNING.
Cecil Fanning, who appears at the
' riinois theatre. Wednesday. April 22.
;has received flattering notices by the
sense of rythm was as noticeable as
the breadth of his phrasing and the
distinctness of his words. Possessed
of a fine voice and a style that
;pres of the old world, where he has I combines sincere feeling and acute
(een making a tour for the past sev
cil months. The Ir.don. Kn?land,
Globe, in commenting on his work
, .- "From a highly successful conti
nental tour Mr. Fanning made a
om e reappearance in I-ondon yester
day afternoon, when he carried out a
long and varied programme at Bech
steln hall. Mr. Fanning li a very emo
tional siceer. with strong dramatic In
telligence, Mr. Fanning ia distinctly
an artist to hear."
The reservation of seats will open
at the Illinois theatre next Mondny
morning. Mr. Fanning cornea under
the auspices of the Sisters of the Vis
itation oi the Villa de C'hantal.
ALMA GLUCK MAKES HISTORY.
Catherine Cox and Catherine Fuller.
Creep Mouse" (chorus) Macy
I Witches' Flight Russell
Susan Meehan. Josephine Dietz. Mar
garet Gcigcr and Leona Zeis.
Dancing Leaves Mattel
Marcella Reidy and Helen Fisher.
The Two Larks ' Leschetizky
Witches' Dance Macdowell
Valse Styrionne Wollenhaupt
"Sing' (chorus) Holzel
WILL STUDY RUSSIAN MUSIC. '
At the fortnightly meeting of the
music department of the Woman's
club held yesterday afternoon at the
home of Misa Violet Doney, 1220 Twen
tieth street, decision was made to take
up the study of Russian music next
year. During the past year the de
partment has studied music in gen
eral. It was also decided to hold meet
ings once instead of twice a month.
the sossiona to be held the first Friday
of each month at 3 o'clock instead of
at 4 o'clock. The program of yester
day was given as follows:
Quartet from RigoTetta Miss Don-
ev and Miss Josephine Cook.
Overture. "Poet and Peasant"
(Suppe) Miss Florence McCombsand
Miss Gladys McNamara.
Mrs. B. J. Lachner gave three
vocal numbers: "Love's Echo" by Er
nest Newton, "Elegle" by Massenet,
and "When to Thy Vision, Romanda"
The next meeting In three weeks
evening at Masonic temple, 50 couples
enjoying the affair. The Criterion or
chestra played the dance program.
MONDAY MUSIC CLUB.
The Monday Music club will give a
recital at the studio of La port e Van
Sant, 1609 Second avenue, Monday eve
ning at 8 o'clock. An entertaining pro
gram has been prepared and will be
followed by the serving of a collation.
A banquet will be given at Edgewood
Baptist church under the auspices of
the Edgewood Baptist Men's club
Monday evening, April 20, at 8 o'clock.
Following the serving of the dinner a
debate on the subject, "Resolved, that
Rock Island, Moline and East Moline
shall unite under one name and one
government," will be led by Mr. Steen
and Mr. Stocker on the affirmative
side and James Gillespie and Louis
Johnson on the negative. The affair
is for the general public and a small
fee will be charged for the dinner.
When we say that the new Warner Models in our Corset
Department are more stylish than ever before, we mean simply
that thev have been designed so exactly time for time with
fashion's decrees, that by wearing one for you are preparing
yourself to wear with elegance any fashionable gown or suit
of the season. Our expert corsettiere will fit them free if they
are a two-dollar model, or over. Prices range from $4.00 as
cheap as $1.00. rd0??? Floor.
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Members Consider Import
CERTAIN OF VICTORY
The administration of the Modern
Woodmen of America claims that out
of a total of 436 delegates to the June
head camp the insurgents will have
not to exceed 130. and that there is
no doubt whatever about the reelec
tlon of A. R. Talbot as head consul.
This claim Is based, it is said, on com
plete returns from county camps
throughout the jurisdiction.
One Recruit Secured
John Edlnger of Sears was the only
man recruited for the army at the
will bo field at the home of Mrs. Frank iOCal office during the past week. He
Robinson. 613 Twentieth street
U. P. LADIES ELECT OFFICERS.
The annual business meeting of the
i ...tu.- a iH 8iwi.lv nf thft Ljnltea
Alma uiuck. pnaia donna soprano. Kv ,rlo ,.ii.rr li wan held vester-
l I l " J .v -
was assigned to the infantry and sent
to Jeqfferson barracks at St. Louis for
I preliminary training.
rrlnri, uhirh were nTnre-.orf .,'ti,m,t w ';o ari'ears at the BurtU cpera house, :day afternoon at the church, when the
niiir.iju.Ti, i i.esiiav. .ipru ii.iuit i follow ing omcers were cnosen ior me
! 1 ll c. ni'L-'i'iiu if V. a Llfim.ntA i.tinviiK !
reserve In Loewe's "Kdward" and
"Erikonig." There were moments In
flic firt of these numbers uhr-n tlie
inger gave his temperament almost
more play thn was necessary, hut it
1 a most difficult song to siiig, and
rn in which a klislit tendency to over
statement is a venial one oi.e might
almost ay laudable fault. Here, at
pny rate, as in the "Krikonig," the
Mnger never failed to tarry conviction
by the breadth of Ms resources, the In
tensity of his feeling, the vol u nut and
variety of his tone, and the remark
able power of his characterisation.
Hchubert'8 "W'ohin?" was rung ex
fiuisltely, and the more xombre note of
his "Der Wanderer" was ounded In a
way which showed ttiat luur-h thought
liad been given to Vf interpretation.
Another decided Kucce was gained
In the aril from Gretry's "Richard
Coeur de Lion." in which the finger's
ihf aiif;.!ns of the Harmoiil? chorus,
ct aching with Marcella Seinhrich at
the Seinhrich villa in .Nic;. is provid
ing musical hlatory with a new and
valuable chapter. I-ong an, Sembrich
ccruiiied the highest niche in the art
of bel canto, and ever since her debut
five ears ago, Cluck has dclighteJ the
world by her Codgiveu voite. Both
t these women have brains and what
the result of their present labors will
President Mrs. David Steck.
Vice President Mrs. Rebecca Taylor.
Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. J. K.
The treasurer reported that $128
was in the treasury and over 160 was
expended during the past year .
Refreshments were served by a
committee of the society and the time
Committee May Hear Mother Jones.
Washington. D. C. April 18. "Moth
er" Jones may have a hearing next
week before the house committee In
vestigating the Colorado coal strike-
Chairman Foster received a request
for hearing before the committee from
the United Mine Workers.
THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
IJme powder well sprinkled where
cockroaches abound will drive them
away. If pancakes or griddle cakes
will not brown to a turn, add a spoon
ful of sugar or half a spoonful of mo
lasses to the batter. The bit of sugar
and molasses does not change the
taste or proportions of the other in
gredients. To test the purity of coffee, pour cold
water on It. If the water assumes a
brownish hue, it may be concluded
there is chicory with it.
When starching holland pinafores,
put a little strong tea into the starch.
LThis keeps the garments a good color.
Cod Tongues Fried. Have two dozen
cod tongues washed; dip each separ-
The conference of the educational
board of the general council of the
Lutheran church closed Its sessions
at Augustana college yesterday. That
great good has come from it was the
consensus of opinion among the edu
cators In attendance. A strong ten
dency 1b In evidence for the unifying
of the educational work among the
various Lutheran bodies in this coun
try. . The conference closed with a dis
cussion of a revision of the courses
in the theological seminaries. Among
the new recommendations mentioned
yesterday was the addition of a strong
course in public speaking. At the con
clusion of the discussion a motion was
nassed nrovidinar for a. conference nf
the faculties of all the seminaries of I atel" ,n 'cold milk then ro11 ln flour-
the church sometime during the com
ing year, with a view to making defi
nate recommendations to the general
council. This conference will meet at
Philadelphia at the invitation of Dean
Henry Jacobs of the Mount Airy sem
inary of that city. The educational
board holds its meeting annually and
the next place of meeting has not as
yet been decided upon.
C0MMANDERY TO HAVE
Ml'ton E. Robinson, eminent grend
standard bearer of the grand com-
mandery of Illinois, will conduct the
annual inspection of Rock Island com
mand ery No. 18 at the Masonic tem
ple Monday night. A banquet will be
served at 6:30 o'clock, followed by the
Inspection at 7:30.
j Object of the Woman's Relief Corps
be is a matter about which the know-1 follow ing the business session was
inc ?i"ak with much en'hnsiasin.
Muth that they are doing is still a se
cret, but it is reasonable to believe
that Oluck will emerge from the course
wi'h Sembrich a greater artist. Mean
while many are longing to hear the
glorious voice ag?in. Perhaps in all
the history of American s'niier Alma
Gluck was the only one to attain the
first rank within five years of her de-
18 Weeks. Summer Term Voice and Singing. 18 Weeks
Will le given by LAPORTE VAN SANT, Baritone; composer of
"Kxaltation." "Re-Jeniption," "The Vow." "Tell Me Faireet Maiden,"
"The Pilgrim's Message." etc.. ( I'upil of the Faii'ous Operatic Baritone
and Maestro. Sig. Giraldoni of Milan. Italy) at his Studio, 1609 Second
Avenue, Kvk li-iand. commencing Monday, April 22nd, and continuing
till August 21th.
THE RIGHT THING THE RIGHT TIME THE RIGHT
METHOD LOW FEES and the very best time in all the
year for serious voice study.
SPECIAL SUMMER RATE FOR 1S14 ONLY!
18 WEEKS FULL TERM.
10 WEEKS TERM.
1 lesson weekly J 15.00
2 lessons weekly 28.S0
1 lesbou weekly
2 lessons weekly
2 20 min. lessons, weekly.
Your future depends not alone upon natural gifts, but also, and
to even a far greater extent, upon wisdom In choosing instruction.
For the coming four months, students may avail themselves at
exceptionally low fees ,of that rare and comprehensive knowledge of
the voice and singing, which Mr. Van Sant acquired under celebrated
European Masters during his sojourn of 10 years abroad. Don't miss
this chancel Write or call for c ircular of information. No charge for
examination of voice.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Moline Tutsdsys at Olive Hall
Phone H. I. 64. Phora 16S7.
PROGRAM AND STUDENT RECITALS.
Rock Island. April 18. Editor The
Argus; The Woman's Relief corps
Is one of the few organizations that
has for its reason of being a purpose
purely unselfish. An applicant seek
HEAR REPORT OF PRESBYTERY.
At the monthly meeting of the jng admission to its membership Is
Woman's Missionary society of South made to understand that no material
Park Presbyterian church, held yes- benefit will accrue to her from it; that
terday afiernoon at the home of Mrs. jt will be all give, nothing received
. W. Lauber. Hlo Twenty-fifth but the privilege afforded her by It o.
street. Mrs. Robert Baird gave an in- paying, If only in a slight degree, tha
terestlng report of the missionary con- debt of gratitude which, all who love
ference held In connection with Rock their country and are proud of It must
River presbytery at Morrisdn this acknowledge la due those men who
week. A letter from Dr. Hackett, a imperiled their lives to make It pos
missionary to China, was read by .ible for there to be a country such aa
.irs. .-. i). acune. nans were ais- ours has attained to be. The primary
cussed for bringing to the city Mrs. object of the Woman's Relief corps
t-pimng. a missionary to cnin, soutft s to assist the Grand Army ln caring
.-...,r. .u ., ,,.c ai lor for such ot f, members may by
some time in May. the exact date to reason of sickness or other disability
u i ou.v mo vunYnieuce oi i be unable to care for themselves and
CENTRAL MISSION CLASS. '
The Mission Study class ot Central
Presbyterian church held a meeting
yesterday afternoon at tlui home of
Mrs. Henry Arndt, 1238 Fifteenth
street, with a very good attendance
of the members. Mrs. Ray Roderick
was in charge of the study hour, giv
ing a review of the chapter on "Race
Problem for America" in the text
text book "The National Conservation
of Ideals." Refreshments followed the
PLAN MAYDAY FESTIVAL.
The masquerade party at the V. M.
C. A. last night proved to be a very
pleasant social occasion. A consider
able number of young folks attended.
In picturesque and attractive cos
tumes, and spent the evening In old
The next move of the social commit
tee Is to be a Mayday festival. Friday
evening. May i. An elaborate pro
their families, and to aid and comfort
the widows and orphans. As the
Woman's Relief corps Is the auxiliary
The driving out
the impurities by
organ of the body
to do Its work
properly is the rea
son why Father
John's Medicine Is
the best remedy
ver prescribed for
building up tha sys
tem If you are run
No nerve deaden.
Ing drugs or tem
to weaken the sys
tem and expose
yon to serious and
fatal dtsesse all
of the Grand Army it is the duty of
its members to lighten, as only wom
en can, ln every way possible the
duties imposed upon the post by Its
organization. We build in the honor
of the comrades, monuments of mar
ble and granite, which the elements
will In time disintegrate and return to
the earth whence they came. They
have built for themselves a monu
ment and consecrated It, some with '
the health, and vigor of their young
manhood, others with their life's
blood. This monument, If the fer
vent desire of every true lover of his
country be realized, shall be as en
during as the everlasting hills, and it
Is this great, free, glorious, united
country of ours; which, but for their
sacrifice would not be. Man Is pow
erlesa to stay the destructive forces
of nature, but he need not be power
less to counteract those of man. And
to do this shall be one of the duties of
the Woman s Relief corps, by endeav
oring to keep alive a spirit of patriot-
Ism and reverence for the flag with
all it stands for and all It has cost to
keep It intact; by arousing in the
minds of the rising generations, for
they are the ones on whom the task
of earning on the government will
devolve, a desire to elevate rather than
lower the Ideals by which their ac
tions are governed; by working hand
in nana with that organisation of
patriotic men, the Memorial Day as
sociation, who have taken upon them
selves the duty of perpetuating the
observance of Memorial day. to the
end that the memory of the defenders
of the union may be kept alive ln the
hearts of the people, and the service
they rendered not forgotten, nor have
been rendered in vain. So long St
there are patriotic women enough In
the land to organize and conduct a
corps, so long will the Woman's Relief
Heat two tablespoonfuls of butter in
a frying pan, lay ln the tongues with
out their touching each other, and
cook three minutes; turn and cook on
the other side for three minutes more.
Serve with a gill of tomato sauce in
8almon Pie. Butter a baking dish,
line the aides with a rich biscuit crust.
If fresh salmon is used, rinse thor
oughly and wipe dry, cut in conveni
ent pieces, and lay it In the dish. Sea
son with salt and pepper, lemon juice,
one or two blades of mace, broken fine,
and If liked a few drops of onion
juice. Pour over the salmon one cup
ful of boiled lobster which has been
picked apart and thoroughly mixed
with two tablespoonfuls of melted but
ter and a tablespoonful of Worcester
shire sauce. Cover with a crust, cut
a few elits to allow the steam to es
cape. Bake for an hour in a moderate
oven. Canned salmon may be used
Instead of the fresh, baking in a quick
er oven just long enough to bake the
Creamed Dried Beef. Shave one-half
pound of beef very thin and put It into
a stewpan with enough water to cover,
to which one-quarter of a teaspoonful
ot soda has been added. Set the pan
on the back part of the stove for 30
minutes, then turn off the water, add
one cupful of rich milk, and season
with salt and pepper. Let it come to
a boil, then add two tablespoonfuls of
butter mixed with two of flour, and af
ter it has boiled for a minute or two
turn into a hot dish and serve st once.
Baked Sausages. Put a dozen saus
ages on a baking dish, alternating with
12 strips of bread cut of an equal
length with the sausage. Prick the
sausage, and bake for 15 minutes;
baste with their own liquor a few
times, and when done, serve on a hot
platter with a Eauceboat of hot madeira
Madeira Sauce. To a pint of brown
stock add a tablespoonful of finely
minced ham, the same amount of finely
chopped celery, and a teaspoonful of
minced parsley. Simmer together 15
minutes. Cook together . one . table
spoonful of butter and one of flour, and
add to the sauce. Cook until thicken
ed and smooth. Add one-quarter tea
spoonful of kitchen bouquet, two drops
of tobasco. salt to taste, and half a
glassful) of madeira. Strain and serve
Gingerbread Pudding. Mix a cuptul
cf gingerbread crumbs with two cup
fuls of hot milk. Stir once and set
aside to cool; when cool, add the yolks
of two eggs beaten with a quarter of
a cupful of sugar, the grated peeling
of one-quarter of an orange and a few .
gratings of nutmeg. - Bake ln a pud
ding dish in a moderate oven until cf
the consistency of custard. Spresd
with a meringue made of the egg
whites. Serve with cream or foamy
Pineapple Chips. After peeling nd
removing the eyes of the pineapple,
cut It into thin strips, lay on a platter
and cover with granulated sugar.
Keep the pieces separate. Set the
platters on shelves in a dry closet and
sprinkle them with sugar every day.
pouring off the syrup as it gathers.
When the chips are dry and crystal-,
lized. pack in tin boxes with oiled pa
per between each layer. The srrup
may be used for jellies or a drink with
the addition of water.
China imports wood pulp from Gret
Britain, Sweden, Norway and uer-
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