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TIIK HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1014.
1. if ! ' ' -. CD up It activity evpn Uurina the lime when without n Y. M. . A. building. This fci. v.-ltli the !n5 usswlntlon, of the members, and th Interesting program In preparation. maks Ihe an nual social evening cn of ral plpas ure. DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY WITH MRS. TERKEL8EN. The Daughters of "Norway hold a well attended meet inn yesterday af ternoon with Mm. Antolnptto Turkel- whose place it marked. The faror . Ben 1S03 Thirteenth htreet. Moline. A Twere boxes of home made caudy, for , ilorl imsinens ctsloii was hold fol- the making of which Mrs. Hoge ha8!iOWed by a social time, when In a con !become quite famous among her : test ,ile Hj cut iTit, a uu by Mr. friend. The gueMs of the afternoon p,. Laraon of this city. Refreh yrer Mrs. Jorph ;t-!J -riiltli. Mrs. V. ' mt.nts were n-rv,-d tluriiiK the ufter- F. Hanstn. Mr.-. K. O. Vai'.e. Jr.. Mrs. ; noon Ambjorg Kinureen will en- C. L. Thompson. Mr C. II. Cai-tetler j tertljn tue fc0cietv ut'its next meeting ! at Long View park. J LUNCHEON FOR COMMITTEE i MEMBERS. J Mr. C. A. Hoge, chairman of the .program committee of the study d 'partment of-the Woman's club cnter--tained the members of the committer 'at a luncheon yesterday at 1 o'clock at 'the Y. M. C. A. The table was beau tifully decorated, the tabla having as 'its centerpiece a big basket filled with 'lovely Killarney rose. At each plate 'm a rose and the place cards con 't&lned a verse descriptive of the guest nd Miss Rosabel Sfeuart. HOSTESSES' POST-NUPTIAL COURTESY. HOSTESS TO G. T. CLUB. Mrs. J. A. Smith ft her home 806 , Mrs Ola Oreenwood a-id M.ss Anna . tnty-elgIitU street. Moiine, was hos Jlause. at the home of tn" form r. ..! ; Fourteenth aviri'i", -nt'-rta'n-d his' .vening at a post nuptial courtesy for ami Mrs. Charles JVyrdarpn nerved re freshments. SOCIETV HAB SPELLINQ BIB The younK 1'eopVa society of the First Swedish Lutheran church met the church annex last evening and feature of the evening was a. apelltna bee participated In by 15 young- wo men of the society. They all proved very Rood spellers and the contest was a lively one. Piano numbers were riven by Mils Johnson, violin numbers and readies by the Misses I'eterson. SOCIETY HAS EWINQ MEETINQ German Evangelical church Ladles' Sewing society members met at the church yesterday afternoon and spent the time sewing. A committee from the society served refreshments be fore the close of the day. U. & I. CLUB WITH MR8. BERCIN Mrs. Dana Berg In at her home In East Molina was hostess yesterday af ternoon to members of the U. & I. club ;3Ir. and Mrs. W illiam R. Wells, the ilatter before her marriage May 2'J be ,tng Miss Mars'J'riro Hollraan. A com pany of 2" frir-:ii- were the ivi'-.ts f 'the evening an J fh--y tre very plcaa .antly entertained with game and mu lc, a course lunth heint: nerved before the- evening's close. Mrs. W-1U was 'presented w'.!h a st of sterling tea spoons and four gu n c as a g-.'t 'from thi company. i. I. A. LADIES' PICNIC. i The laJie. of the G. I. A. held their ,tenth annual .lcnic at th Watr-ii 'Tower enterday afternoon, and the 'affair whir.i ai In chare of t!i? president. Mrs. Jarnes Carl. a one of the most surcesif "1 ever held. An .elaborate supper was served at C o'c'ock. to which of the members "and their families sat down. Short vtalks were ?lven by Mr. Mtinn. and Mr. Morean and many pii-iures were tal;en ''of the merry group. tes to ti:e G. T. Kmbroidcry club or members, al'l'of whom were present. w ho, BPnt ,the "me w"h tI,e'r ?eedIe spei.t the ofternoon with their needle work, chatting, the enjoyment of mus ical numbers and readings by Mrs, Charles Miller. Refreshments were served during the course of the af ternoon and the club adjourned to meet in two weeks with Mrs. Chester Morgan in Moline. work and an.c a::d the hostess serv ed a two course lunch cn the lawn. The next i::e.-tiim of the club which i!l be in July will b; with Mrs. Ueori!-' Cruinp'-un, 410- Seventh ave nue. TO MHNOR MISS SfiHULTZ. I I Jk Sclmlti a hridn rf the I monih. was aa!n the guest of honor at ;i l.-.ttilv uiiiiointcil l'nea shower pivt r. las. , v. nmK by Miss Eva Barnes I yesterday, going in special cars in the at h. r home, Eighth street. Theln,ornlnK a.na "Penaing me enure aay, fveninp was spent w!h parr.es and mtiio. bt.'I prizes in the io;itest went BAPTISTS PICNIC AT TOWER. Members of the congregation and Sunday school of the First Baptist church picnicked at the Watch Tower PLAN ANNUAL SUPPER. The Triangle bible class of the Y. M. to .v'ss Kiiiin.i Kloikuu and Mis I'earl Ilarnes. A crurs- lunch was served, the tai'Ie beii.i; trimmed with pink and white, the wcdu'ns ccloi's cf th? hon cree. ZION LADIES MEET WITH MRS. SEABERG. A larce nuiiibt-r of the- members of the Ladies' society of Zion Lutheran church fathered at the horn of Mrs. L. M. Seaberg. Seventh avenue At noon dinner .was served, the com- j pany returning home In the late af eruoon. C. A. is planning a supper at F. jervary jyer-t-rday afternoon for the monthly .park next Tuesday evning. Juno 1 S. j session. At the business session plans This dinner will wind up the work of ; were made for sin apron ale and so he year, and in honor of the occasion, ; ciabh to be held at the chapel June the members will invite their lady friends. "I-adies" nieht" Is an annual vent and has always proved very en joyable. The club is the oldest organ isation in the association, having kept CLUB CLOSES SEASON. The O. H. club closed Its season yes terday with a meeting at the home of Mrs. George Cordis. 1524 Twenty- sixth street. The game of cinch was played, the first prize being awarded to Mrs. Harry Biecker, Jr., the second to Mrs. Price and the consolation to Mrs. Jack Sweeney. A lunch was served after the games. The club will hold no meetings until early fail. FOR MR. AND MRS. HAYDEN. Miss Adda Muse at her home in and evening-. Reports j M " ,at evening was hostess at a 19 afternoon from various and other matters of business were transacted. During a social hour Mrs. Seaberg assisted bv Mrs. A. I. Paulin 3 TTT AT nn ,v w.;' -. ".I. BDEM " Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are two xirls IS years old. , (1) We have been going with lb 5oys since we were 14 but we never "let them kiss us. Did we do right? f (2) Is it considered nice for girls jour age to tit in the moonlight with jboys? .' (3) Is 1 right for gills to wink at boys they have never seen before? I (4) How would you let a boy know Vou lovpd him? (5) How would you flirt Hh a Loy j 7 y l-cers were received farewell party In honor of Professor ana .Mrs. 11. is. Hayden, who leave soon for their new home in Boulder, Colo. The teachers of the Kemble school of which Miss Muse is principal, were the guests of the evening in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Hayden. A course sup per was served at 6 o'clock, the serv ing table being trimmed in flowers from the garden and small globes were given as favors. The affair was very informal and delightful. ALUMNAE AT ANNUAL BANQUET. The Alumnae association of St. Joseph's school was held in SL Joseph's hall last evening and was at tended by 2S of the members and Dean J. J. Quinn and Rev. William Graham. Miss Rose McHugh, who has served I as president of the association, wel comed the class of 1914 which Is com J posed of Misses Marcella Reidy, Helen Cavanaugh and Sarah Gibson Into the ranks of the association. A dinner was served at a table trimmed in the colors of the alumnae blue a'nd white, carried out with ribbons of paper ex tending the full length of the table with red and white roses as the floral decorations. At a business session following the serving of supper the s i I Secretary of Supplies Mrs, Alex ander Quirt. A committee winpos-ed at Mrs. Top Mrs.- Fossell anfl Mrs, Qwist wa ap pointed to deeidB hpoti ar amount and where & seholarehlp In Kouthern school for girls shall be takeM. The society will undertake lo raise an amount to he decided upon for this scholarship In the education of frome girl In the south. It was also decided lo hold an Ice cream sociable In the tjar future' and tho IroIps planned to supply the lltUe girls of the Home Guard society with places of cloth with which to make a quilt to be placed In the supply box that Is sent each year to the Cunningham orphanage. The busraeaa session of the society occupied so much time that the pro gram that had ben arranged for the; j ' -1 T - . f . .1... aay wan postponed. iiui iuk t nuun social time refreshments were served. FOUND THAT PUP IS NOT ADEQUATE Old Device Is Tested by bom missiooers but Fails' to Show Sufficient Force. 3 P NEED A NEW MACHINE Council Believes Expense .of $300 for Repairing Old Equipment at Wa terworks Would Be Useless. Mayor H. M. Schriver and the city commissioners yesterday afternoon made a trip to the pumping station, where they inspected the old pump, which was thought t? be sufficiently able to take care of the city's needs In case the present pump sustained a breakdown. The commissioners, however, found that the old equipment was weak, not sufficiently powerful to pump the wa ter to the tank from where It was fil tered. The old contrivance broke down after it had been in operation about one-half hour. v It was also learned by the commis sioners that by going to the expense of300 the old device could be repair ed. However, as it was not powerful enough, the commissioners thought that to have the old pump fixed would be a useless expenditure of money. The problem which now faces the commission is to get a new pump, to be held in reserve should that used at present ever sustain a breakdown. In me appropriation oiu mere was no provision for a new device and there is not sufficient funds in the allotment for the waterworks so that a pump could be purchased. Wari the Protection.. However, ii luck is with the city and no mishaps occur at the pumping sta tion, all will be wen, but the members SHOES DAVENPORT., MOUNEiSS ROCK ISLAND. Time for low cut Footwear! Our showing is most complete. . 3 .r Rrinps. You'll find a -won- dfS3ite coolcomxobirfootwear here. Oxfords, Ties, Ppf and Colonials with either leather or rubber soles. Going away for Vacation ? your Bathing Shoes with you! selection here at $1.00, $1.50 to $2.50. Others at 50c and 75c. 1 ;1 Take WV A classy ft Men Who Want Something Different will do well to see our low cuts. All Leathers All Shapes All Prices All Sizes All Widths fix Mixed Salad with Mayonnaise Dressing Cherry Tie or Ice ("ream Hot or Iced Tea I.iai ou nav n.-vrr si-tn miurt; i ( ion ii,1k:ii call yourselves i , KOSKIU.-D AM) THOMAS. nal,.,v Sextet." or "The Society of ofr'-" ere chosen for the coming ' i ll T nni vpn irlai! vim haven't l.-t j ear. the boys kiss you, my d-urs. You did I -quite rinl.t. 2 I don't know about j j)Par ir. ThoMpson: 1 I am in- hls moonlignt buinr-sf. Ii may be alp Tired to a boy fri.-nd's birthday party. jnght II you do not get laminar anl if ; 00 not car to go because 1 go with I'rt-sident Mies R. Margaret Ferry. Urst ;ce i'resident Miss Rose Mc Hiirh. Second Vice I'resident Miss Marie u -ir:ir ir -riii na liot ret laminar ami ir i n..t rr.. tn in iii-:mf I i-f i uimi I I -vftuf narnlM nrt i-!nr lv. .Miiolilielil .1 , ,. ..r..,. f TIiki- sniil if I did ! lrien. ' I 1 .m t m,' sorn folk, .siliv. wm1,,..' ,1.,..' ,..,t,i L-. i ...... I !.. Financial and Corresponding j Tcnow. f.t It i.-n't at all ladylike, 'advise me w h..t to do? l'3 " ' s : , . ' Ml Telling Mm so ousht to be -cougii ' ( z Is it proper for this hecond boy; treasurer Miss Alica Meehan " 1,,-r Mr., if 1.. .1, n-t tiioro v.... ... ... fm, i'i.r.-i, if .,.v I IolPgate to National Alumnae Secre- 'chuck him for a ln- who can trust ; mother (i.n.ients to it? ou. -(S I wouldn't l it. my dear, (::( .s it all ri"lit for a boy to tel- o I can't tell you how. j phone 10 me? (4t Must a K'rl it -u-pnoi.e fir.-t, or a liear Mrs. Thompi-o: We are t h o j,ov ? IJI.I'K KYKS. ill Why not go to the party? Ue- ICirl of thirteen and would like you to answer tli'-se questions: lcau-e yo.i like another boy is not a 1 (1) Is it right to play ki-ing games 'rood r.-uii why you t-hoiild not go to at a party if our parcn!;- dj not b- j a party given by auyobdy else. cct? ; 121 2) Will yo.i menu for a party pb-a.-e Kive us a of tw.-le, one that is not too expensive? ; (3) Will you please tell us a name for a club of six girls? We have tried changing our initials, but cannot find at came. DIMPLKS AND CURLY, j (1) I am rather surprised that your parents approve of kitting games. .They are the sure-t nitans of spread ing disease and 011 purely health I see 110 harm in it, if he acts respectably. .! If lie has anything v.iTtU .saying ' h can telephone. (I) I.t the, boy do the calling up nrt-.t, last u:d most of the time. Ih-ar Mrs. Thompson: I am 15 yearn old and considered small. I am 4 feet, 10 inches. I would like to be bigger. Would you please tell me what to do so I can grow. A. I). C. You will probably grow taller as grounds I would n ver allow my own! you gt older. Ask your father to put m number of children and young people 1 yard or In a doorway iu the house, ho were Infected by very serious di3-j Hang to this and sw ing back 8Jid ases through these kissing games. 2 You do not ay whether you Jact cold refreshments or a table nenu. I would sueest a menu like Jhis: j Cold Sliced Hani and Tongue 1 Hot Creamed I'otatoe forth several tln.es a day. That will : help to stretch you a little. Kat plenty of good food. tae proper exercise, breathe deep, flerp nine to ten hours In every 24 hours, have good thoughts, and you w!!l grow Into a fine healthy oinan. 1 v I -in 1 v v rJ BUFFAXjO-W. Y. In our new No trouble. No muss. The F. F. D alley Co, Ltd. Hamilton, ont. j Fed eration Miss Mary A'Hern. Hoard of Directors Miss Mabel Ilroderick, Miss I.uqille Schaab, Miss Lillian Deisenroth and Miss Marcella Reidy. The board is a new branch of the association and it will hereafter de cide all matters that come before the sockty without the necessity of call ing together the alumnae as a whole. as has btn done heretofore. The so ciety will send a delegate to the Na tional Alumnae Federation of the blessed Virgin Mary which will meet at the Hotel LaSalle, Chicago, Aug. 30-31. This organization Is composed of all the young women who have graduated from the school conducted by the sisters of charity and they gather each year for mutual benefit and work for the best interests of the schools as a w hole. The local association at the sugges tion of the retiring president will take up a definite object for which to work sad this will be the placing of a stage in the new school auditorium. This will not be accomplished at once but work will be towards that end. The closing exercises of the school will be held this evening. MISSION SOCIETY OFFICERS. The annual meeting and election of oIHcers of the Woman's Mission so ciety of Spencer Memorial Methodist churcli was held yesterday afternoon with the president. Mrs. Delia Duck ert. 920 Forty-fourth Btreet. Mrs. Jes- I sie Johnson and Mrs. W. H. Tope, act ing as tellers reported the election of officers as follows: President Mrs. Delia Fluckert. Vice President Mrs. W. H. Tope. Corresponding and Recording Sec retaryMrs. Klva Whiteside. Treasurer Mrs. Fred Fossell.' Secretary Literature Mrs. Jessie Johnson. (Secretary Mite Boies Mrs. Clara Gregg. of the council, while they look for nothing of the kind to happen, feel that some protection should be given the city In case that the device now in use should break down. A water famine in the middle of the summer is something that would in convenience the people of Rock Island to a great extent, and in cases of fires the local departments would be help less to cope with the blaze. The commissioners hope, however, to find some means of installing a re serve pump, and the matter may come up for . consideration of the council next Monday. S0USIHQL HIKTLir1 LICENSED TO WED j) $3.95 For Hats that Sold as High as $12.00 This Summer Millinery So Wonderfully Chic Will Find Buyers at These Prices. The $3.95 Hats Trimmed hats, regularly priced at $8. $9. $10 and 112.00; splen did assortments, CIO ( indeed tpO.7t The $2.95 Hats Pretty trimmed hats, regularly priced 15.00 to $6.95, go In this sale, your choice 2 95 Harry L. Hazen Miss Olive Jones Forest Osborn Miss Alma Marson . . Harry Kruse , .. s . . .Moline .Cedar Rapids .Osborn, Iowa Moline . . . .Davenport Miss Edna May Schumacher Davenport Willie C. McFate Rock Island Miss Myrtle Clark Rock Island THINGS WORTH KNOWING. Salt sprinkled 03 parsley when chop ping will make it chop much finer and easier. A pinch -of salt added to a glass of hot milk will improve the flavor. When washing colored articles a little salt put into the water will pre vent the colors running. I is- CITY CHAT II (Advertisements.) Buy a borne of Reidy Bros. For express, call William Treft. Trl-City Towell Supply company. Independent Express & Storage. R. I. 98 1. Blaschke's Cleaning works, 1412 Fourth avenue, for blocking hats of all kinds. A dairy at Verona, N. J., has issued orders that any milker who uses harsh language toward a cow will be imme diately dismissed. The order has a utilitarian aim. In that harsh words are believed to diminish the milk produc tion, but one is glad that courtesy to cows is to be enforced even on such terms. THE TALE. Boston Brown Bread Beat together thoroughly one cupful of New Orleans molasses, one cupful of sweet milk. one cupful of sour milk. Add to this one heaping cupful -of corn meal, rye. and graham flour, one teaspoonful cf salt, and one full teaspoonful of soda, thoroughly mixed together and sifted. Pour Into a well buttered tin mould or pail with a tight fitting lid (the mixture shouldNfill the. mould about three-fourths full), place In a kettle of cold water and boil four hours.- See that the water does not boil up to the top of the mould; also take care that it doesn't stop boiling, or boil entirely away. To serve, remove the lid of the mould and set it in the oven for a fw minutes to dry the tcp; it will then turn out in perfect shape. Quick Rolls Sift one pint of flour, one-half teaspoonful of salt and one teaspoonful each of sugar and baking powder together; rub one-half table spoonful each of butter and lard Into It. Mix with one cupful of milk, stirring rulckly with a spoon. Ro'J out, spread with soft butter and roil ' up. Form into small rolls and brusa with melted butter; bake in a quics oven. Egg Muffins One quart of flour, one tablespconful of sugar, one. teaspoon ful of salt, one large tablespoonful of butter, two tablespoonfuls of baking powder, three eggs, one and one-quarter pints of milk. Sift together the flour, sugar, salt and powder; rub m the butter; add the beaten eggs and milk, mix quickly into a smooth batter, a little firmer than for griddie cakes: fill cold carefully greased muffin pans two-thirds. Bake In a hot oven 15 min uthes. Rice Gems One egg. one cupful of milk, one cupful of cold boiled rice, one cupful of flour, one teaspoonful of baking powder, one-quarter teaspoon-, ful of salt, one tablespoonful of melt ed butter. Mix as for plain gems and bake in a hot oven In gem pans. Lettuce Lemon Salad Arrange a dish of crisp lettuce leaves with a generous portion of dressing mad', by stirring together equal quantities of lemon juice, sugar and water until tte sugar is dissolved. Children's Hats at ! $1.95 Children's hats that sold for $2.95 and $3.95, in a wide vari ety of excellent J J Q E" styles, choice at. . J..c7tJ Children's Hats at Children's fancy trimmed hats that sold for 98c and $1.98; very exceptional TO values at I tC Bonbons Chocolates I Head-to-fw Outfitters For Kan.Wbman &CMld, 'CROCK ITLANOJLL Bed Time Tales By Clara Ingram Judson. Scotch Kisses Next time you buy candy to sat isfy a hunger for sweets, ask for Scotch Kisses. The soft marshmallow centers and crisp butter scotch coating make a con lection that is as different at it u delightful. As all cand.es made by must meet 14 high standard of absolute purify and freshness, you are never disappointed in any sweets bearing rr name. Our stock is always fresh. Loo for tho Rod r Sign &ft- Sales A;ent HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY. Orders Shipped by Panel Put Ask for Cocoa a your grocer's The Wedding of Pocahontas OF course you know thet story of the minister of the Church of England, how Pocahontas saved the lite of Afterwards bread and home made -1 . . ? !" J0j11?Sm'th when he was grape wine was served to all. and a about to be kuled by the Indians. But gay little party drank the health of tht ,h y-evcr rh eArd he true 6torT oi hPPy bride and groom, the wedding of Pocahontas and John iv-one, aoout a year and a half later? The marriage ceremony was curious because it combined many crude Indian customs with the English ways, which were very much the same then as now. The wedding was celebrated in the only church in Jamestown, Virginia, a crude little building of stone and logs. The inside walls were covered with sweet smelling evergreens; great clus ters of flowers and scarlet hollv berries were placed here and there till the church was as gay and fragrant as could be. The bride Pocahontas was dressed in a long, loose robe of hand-woven white muslin and from her head hung a long white veil very much the same as brides wear now. Fastened loosely around her feet was rich robe given her by Sir Thomas Dale, the Governor of the colony, and heavily embroidered by Pocahontas and her maidens. A gaudy fillet was bound around her head and held in place feathers and wings of birds of gorgeous colors. Her wrists and ankles were adorned in real Focahontas alwavs proved to he a Indian style with bands of Indian jew- real friend to the Virginia colonists elry carved and twisted hands oi and thev were glad to have her marry metal and heads in bright colors. one of their number. The wedding procession started some Not long aftei the wedding the Vido distance from the church. Down the and groom went to England and their streets of the little village thev walked, friends wished them joy and a safe Pocahontas with the Governor in front, return. the entire council, and the five English Doesn't that seem like the weddings women of the colony next, and all the now? And yet this was hundreds of nearby Indians last. years ago. Into the little chapel they inarched nd the marriage service was read by TomorrovtA Trut Bird Story, The tnarriagp ceremony was curious because it combined many crude India customs with English ways. L