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rilE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, MONDAY. NOVEMT3EJI 2, 1014.
6 I .QnrTA'T. FARTSJTTS' II FAE-KAE COSTUME PARTY. The Fae-Kae club girls were enter tained at a Hallowe'en costume party Saturday evening hy the Misses Mar Ian Atkinson and Km ma Dingeldein at the home of the former on Twelft'i street. South Rock Island. Many pret ty and novel costumes were worn, ar. prizes were given tor the best. A witch In her den told the fortunes ot the girls, and they were, initiated into the order of mysteries in a trip to t ie attic. Hallowe'en decorations were used about the house and a lunch wa; served during the evening. D. OF. V. HALLOWE'EN PARTY. A Hallowe'en party was given by Lucretia Garfield tent. Daughters ot Veterans. Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. May Carnage, 4504 Fif teenth avenue, and was a big success both socially and financially. About 70 guests were present during the evening, and at the street car they were met hy a ghost bearing a United States emblem and conducted to the house. Here t iey were met at the door by a witch who pinned on each either a black cat, a pumpkin head or other Hallowe'en novelty. These were num bered and later matched to find part ners for refreshments. The house was decorated with novelties of the season and red apples were bung in festoons about the rooms, pumpkins with l'ght ed candles and ghosts completing the decorations. As a guessing contest 30 of the Daughters, whose identity was disguised by pillow cases and sheets, paraded through the rooms repeating a single sentence, the guests being asked to identify the person by the voice. Three musical selections were given by son and daughters of the, hostess, who played piano, violin and mandolin numbers, and were repeated ly encored. Mrs. Fannie Knox-Jann sen gave two reidings that were much enjoyed. Comrade J. YV. Dewrose read a poem that he if-d composed for this occasion, and Comrade J. C. Scholes also gave a humorous reading. Mrs. Lucy Grant had donated a hand made bag which she asked he given away, and it fell to Mrs. Harvey Gaskiil. whose 16th wedding anniversary it happened to be. Pumpkin pie. dough o o G O V5 First Swedish Lutheran The board of trustees will meet this evening at the home of Oscar Johnson, 522 Third avenue. The Sunday school teachers will meet this evening at 8 o'clock in the church annex. ! Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock the j confirmation society win meet in the i annex. I Wednesday evening prayer services j will be held at the parsonage. Thursday afternoon at 2:30 the La dies' Aid society will meet in the annex. Mrg. Nc!s Swanson and Mrs. C. E. Johnson acting as the hostesses. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock the Ycung People's society will meet in the annex. A fine program of music has been arranged and an address will be given by Arvid Hoorn. Friday evening the congregation is nvited to participate in the Swedish national festival at Augustana college at which Rev. C. A. Lindquist of Ax tell, Neb., will be the speaker. First Baptist Prayer services Wed nesday evening will be followed by a ir-aeting of the B. Y. P. V- study class. Friday afternoon the tVoman's Mis sion society will meot with Mrs. W. H. Keeley. 1728 Nineteenth avenue. Mrs. Jchn Titterington will be the leader. Eroadway Presbyterian This even ing 7:30 the monthly meeting of the session will be held. V"ednesday evening at 7:30 prayer services v.ili bs held in the chur-h with the eighth study of the 119th psalm. Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock the Junior association will meet in the church. Fridny afternoon at 2 o'clock the Ladies' Aid society will meet in the church for a work session. Zion Lutheran This evening the Young People's society will meet in the chapel. The Men's society will meet this evening in the home of Rev. Carl Kraft, 1113 Thirty-eighth street. Dr. C. A. Blomgren will be the speaker. Prayer services will be held Wednes day evening at the home of Andrew Jackson. 1317 Forty-third street. The choir will meet for rehearsal j Thursday evening. Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock the confirmation class will meet in the chapel. German Evangelical The Young People's society will hold its monthly business meeting this evening in the church. The choir will meet for rehearsal Tuesday evening. Thursday afternoon the Ladies' Sewing society will hold Its monthly business session. First Methodist A meeting of the official ooard w-ill be held this evening at 7: SO o'clock. The Socla' Service Study club will meet at 6:30 Tuesday evening at the church for supper. All men of the congregation are desired as members. The address w ill be given by Dr. O. T. Dwinell on the subject, "The Social CHURC1 nuts and coffee were served at the close of t.ie program. D. A. A. FIRST FALL MEETING. The first meeting of the fall of Fort Armstrong chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, was held in the home of the regent, Mrs. G. G. Craig, 1720 Seventh avenue. Saturday after noon. Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen. a former recent, gave a graphic report of the state D. A. R. meeting held last week in Elgin, which she attended as a dele gate. Two splendid papers on the subject of Woman's Suffrage were giv en by Mrs. Cora Eastman, who spoke in its favor, and Mrs. C. C. Carter, who oprcsed it. Both papers slowed care ful preparation and thought and prov ed of great interest to the members. The Daughters voted to make volun tary contributions to the National Red Cross society. At the close of the program an informal reception was held, t'ne past regents and officers as sisting in making the afternoon a very delightful one. Refreshments were served during the course of the after noon. Mrs'. H. C. First will act as hos tess at the November meeting of the chapter. COURT OF HONOR INSTALLATION Sylvan Court of Honor No. 391 will hold public installation of officers at Odd Fellows' hall Wednesday, Nov. 4. After the program of installation, dancing will be enjoyed and refresh ments will be served. District Man ager McCollister will act as installing officer and he will be assisted by the officers and drill team of court No. 31. A large number of visitors and mem bers of other courts in the city will at tend and members of the order are in vited to the exercises. PRETTY HALLOWE'EN PARTY. The home of Miss Ethel Johnson, 427 Sixth street, was the scene of a happy gathering of about 12 girls Fri day evening when a Hallowe'en party was given by the junior and senior classes of St. Joseph's high school. The rooms were beautifully decorated with corn stalks, jack o'lanterns and autumn foliage combined with stream ers of orange and black. The guests were received by a ghost. The even The Woman's Home Mission society will meet with Mrs. D. J. Kennedy, 1910 Twelfth avenue, Tuesday even ing at 7:30. j Prayer services Wednesday evening will be in preparation for the simul ' taneous meetings to be held next ! week. i j The first quarterly tea of the Daugh I ters of the Covenant will be held Fri day evening at 6:30 at the home of l Miss Violet Donery, 1220 Twentieth ; street. The time of meeting is changed from next week because' of the serv I ices next week. i The Woman's Foreign Mission so ! ciety will meet Thursday afternoon at r3 o'clock with Mrs. H. E. Casteel, 1635 j Twentieth street. j The conference meeting of the Worn ; an's Home Mission society wf"7 be neld ! at Peoria, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. j O. T. Dwinell, Miss Ella Taylor and i another delegate to be selected will at- tend from the church. I The Indies' Aid society will hold a i meeting for work, Friday afternoon at ! ths home of Mrs. H. J. Olmsted, 1136 Fifteenth street. The Ladies' Aid society will hold a home bakery sale Saturday in Allen, .Myers & Co., store on Second avenue. The King's Heralds will meet Satur day afternoon at 2 o'clock with Miss Marjory Walker, 1902 Seventeenth street. Ths Covenant Bible class will hold a meeting at the heme cf Mrs. Charles Myers, 18211-3 Second avenu?, Thurs day evening. " Spencer Memorial Methodist Spe cial meetings will begin at the church tonight and continue through the week. Services will be held at 7:30 every evening and Rev. Alfred Dixon of Milan will preach. TlTe services are for the public. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. H. Tcpe, 624 Forty-third street. H. M. Craig, director of boys' work at the Y. M. C. A. will speak to the ladies on boys' work. Memorial Christian The Ladies Aid society w-ill meet Thursday after noon at the church. The officers and teachers of the Sun day school will meet in the church j rriuay evening. Fifteenth Avenue Christian The choir will meet for rehearsal Monday evening. The turning class will meet in the church Wednesday evening. The Dorcas society will conduct a ccfTfee Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Jones, 1519 Twenty fifth street. Members are asked to at- J tend as the annual election of officers will be held. Grace Lutheran The confirmation class will meet Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Prayer s?rvices will be held at 8 o'clock. The Ladies Aid society will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Chris Pet ersen. 621 Forty-third street. The board of trustees w ill iret Fri day evening. United Presbyterian The Kate Hill ing was delightfully spent with games, singing and dancing. Piano selections were given by Misses Ethel Johnson and Dorothy Dierolf. and vocal num bers by Miss Henrietta Engleman and Fay Stoltenberg. The prizes In the contests were awarded to the Misses Helen Thiele and Henrietta Engleman and Joseph Dietz. At a late hour a three course Hallowe'en supper w-as nerved. Those who attended were the Misses Henrietta Engleman, Ethel Johnson, Teresa Davis, Fay Stolten berg, Dorothy Dlerplf Helen Thiele, Maude Gruby. Rose Mansfield. Grace Dieriek. Catherine McNeills, Josephine and Alice Thiele. G. A. G. GIRLS ENTERTAIN. The G. A. G. girls entertained at a Hallowe'en party Saturday evening, going by hack to Camp Holly near Rock river. Hallowe'en decorations trimmed the house, all manner of things suggestive of the season being used. In a smiling contest the prize was won by Davil Fitzgerald. Music and Hallowe'en stunts were carried out and later the company enjoyed an oyster supper. Members of the club are the Misses Agnes Krone, Bess Gary, Anna Billsbach. Margo Brod erick. Berea Wheelan. Edith Peterson, Florence Enstrom, Mabel and Grace Holcomb. MISS FISHER HOSTESS PARTY. Miss Edna Fisher at her home on Water street. Milan, entertained at a Hallowe'en party Friday evening 12 friends, employes of Young & Mc Combs' store, being her guests. Deco rations in the house were carried out with autumn leaves and Hallowe'en suggestions. Games of various kinds were played and a lunch in keeping with the season was served. TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY. Harry Roth, proprietor of the Fair store, celebrated his 31st birthday Sunday evening by entertaining a com pany of friends at his home, 1206 Third avenue. The table was decorat ed with lovely carnations aod chrys anthemums and here was served a course lunch. The evening was pass ed playing games, dancing and with vocal numbers by Miss Marion Roth, accompanied by Miss Rose Goldman. O 9 a Mission society will meet Tuesday evening with M-Iss Witt, 1008 Four teenth avenue. Prayer services will be held Wed nesday evening in the church. Thursday evening the Brotherhood will meet for supper at the church. Friday afternoon the Ladies' Aid so ciety will meet with Mrs. Bernard An drews, 811 Fifteenth street. South Park Presbyteria.T This even ing the Young People's society will hold its business and social meeting in the church. Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 the Junior association will hold a mission ary program in the church. Wednesday evening at 7:30 the an nual election of Sunday school teach ers will be held at the church. Thyrsday evening at 7:30 the boys belonging to Miss Mary Willis" class in the Sunday school will meet at the church. Friday afternoon and evening the annual bazaar of the ladies' society will be held at the church and the an nual chicken pie supper will be served at 5:30 o'clock. j - Tri.-iity Episcopal Trinity Boys' club will meet at 7 o'clock tonight in the parish house. The Dorcas guild will meet at 7:30 tonight at the rectory. The Vestment guild will meet at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon in the parish house. St. Elizabeth's guild will meet at 7:30 Tuesday evening in the parish house. j Trinity guild w-ill meet with Mrs. R. j W. Sharpe, 1303 Twenty-fourth-and-j half street Wednesday afternoon at ' 2:30. The Holy Child guild meets Friday afternoon at 3:30. Central Presbyterian The session meets in the pastor's study this even ing at 7:30 o'clock. The subject for the prayer meeting Wednesday evening will be "What Is Conversion?" This meeting will be led by the pastor. The Ladies' Aid society will hold an all-day session Thursday at the home of Mrs. George Davis, 1005 Twenty second street. Lunch will be served at noon free of charge. Members are j asked to attend. I Moving pictures at the church Fri jday evening at 7:15 and 8:15. The" (features will be "With Roosevelt in Africa" and "Nero and the Burning of Rome." These films were available last week. There will also be one reel of comedy. Thursday evening Blind Boone and his company will give a concert in the entertainment hall of the church. The program will begin at 8 o'clock. Boone is considered a marvel in the musical world. r ki.iL.j:.. ti T -i . . ... I society will meet Thursday afternoon I at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Anna Hafel. 1407 Second avenue. Aiken Street Chapel The Ladies Sewing society will meet Wednesday afternoon w ith Mrs. C. J. Schnick, 1630 Fourteenth street. ES a number of I gUlS. DANCING PARTY IN BARN. Mrs. C. A. Olson entertained a com pany of 40 friends Saturday evening at a Hallowe'en dancing party In a new barn that has Just been completed at 1303 Thirtieth street. The barn hud been decorated with quantities of autumn leaves, pumpkins and corn stalks and after various games and dancing a lunch was served at mid night. Musical numbers were given and other games played, completing a delightful evening. S. P. CLUB ENTERTAINS. A pretty Hallowe'en party was held Saturday eventag in the attic of the home of Miss Mabel Trenkenschuh, 1106 Fifteenth street, in which the S. P. club girls acted as the hostesses to a large company of friends. The guests came dressed as witches, ghosts, etc., and they found consider able difficulty in getting to the attic, which was appropriately decorated for the occasion. Games were played and at a late hour a Hallowe'en collation was served by the club girls. ENTERTAIN AT HALLOWE'EN . PARTY. Mr. Dnd Mrs. Ollie King at their home on Seventh avenue and Twelfth street entertained a companyof friends Saturday evening at a Hallowe'en par ty. Games, music and cards rounded out an evening of pleasure and delic ious refreshments were served. Dec orations suitable to the day were used throughout the house. ST. CECILIA QUARTET TOMOR ROW. The St. Cecilia quartet of Chicago will appear in recital at the New Har per tomorrow afternoon under the aus pices of the Rock Island Musical club. The program will begin promptly at 2:30 o'clock and will be complimentary to club members upon the presenta tion of their membership tickets. Those outside of the club will be ad mitted upon the payment of the fee as charged on former similar occasions. The program is an exceptionally good one and ' will entertain the most ex acting listener. H LICENSED TO WED I! John F. Jones Matherville Miss Margaret J. Selfridge ..Gilchrist Arba R. Glancy Aledo Miss Blanche E. Miller Aledo Richard Diamond Moline Miss Hedwig Beyer Moline GRADE SCHOOL HONORS TO BE CONTESTED FOR The Lincoln and Horance Mann elevens played Friday afternoon, the latter team going down to defeat be fore their larger and heavier oppon ents, to the tune of 24 to 0. Friday's game was the third to be played on the schedule arranged by Coach Roe, and as yet the Hawthorne eleven is undefeated, having beaten the Lincoln j squad the first two games of the sea son. Wednesday will be staged a clash i between the Lincoln aad Longfellow ! bunch, the winner to play the Haw thorne boys for the grade championship of the city.. school Over 25,000 bushe's cf srapes "were this year shipped from one Ohio port to Detroit. SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES. A good remedy for catarrh is crush ed cubeb berries smoked in a pipe, emitting the smoke through the nose. After a ew trials this will be easy to do. If the ncse is stopped up (so that it is almost impossible to breathe, one pipeful will make the head perfectly clear. For sore throat, asthma and bronchitW, swallow-rag the smoke ef fects quick relief. It is the best rem edy in the world for offensive breath, and will mak? the most foul breath pure and sweet. Sufferers from that horrid disease, ulcerated catarrh, will find this relief unequaled. Eating the uncrtuhed berries is also good for sora throat and all bronchial complaints. After smoking do not expose yourself to cold air for at least 15 minutes. Hsaling and Softening Ixjtion for Hands, Face and Neck Mix two aunces glycerin, two ounces bay rum. 25 drops tincture of benzoin; shake all together and add same amount of water after it has been boiled and cooled. Vss it any time after having had your hands in water and cleanse ycur face and neck with it before re tiring. The men of the home will find it delightful after shaving. CLEAN THE TELEPHONE. In homes where cleanliness and san itation is carefully observed, one very frequently finds a flagrant omission in the matter of the telephone transmit ter. Dust and dirt are allowed to accumulate therein, while members of the household and others continue to talk into it, the moisture of the mouth congealing and encouraging the spread cf coldsr throat disturbances and other infections. A bit of gauze dipped In alcohol, peroxide and water or any mild household antiseptic used on the transmitter every day or two would do much ' toward preserving the well being of the household. THE TABLE. Pepper Patties Six medium- Swce; sizej prppers, remove seeds, cut in j e.r.pB. cl.o m en saneo water in i minutes; drain, add generoua cup of J The host was left with lr: lk ' Do it, wtmMmMtk, Tlr vriir I AT THE Y. M. C. A. J Next week beginning Nov. 8 and lasting until Nov. 14 the Y. M. C. A. will observe the week of prayer for associations. Sunday was a record breaking day at the Y. M. C. A. cafeteria, when so many more patrons came than were planned for that it was a little diffi cult for awhile to care for them. The board of directors of the Y. M. C. A. are glad to announce that K. T. Anderson, cashier of the State Bank of Rock Island, has accepted his appoint ment to the board. Mr. Anderson's acceptance of this important position greatly strengthens . the board. The success of the association largely de pends upon the men who compose the board of directors, and the appoint ment of such men as Mr. Anderson make certain the ultimate success of the Institution. cheese cut fine, two egg3 and two ta blespoons flour. Mix wall and fry on well greased griddle, a spoonful in a place. Fry on both sides." Easily made and an excellent substitute for meat. .Meat Balls With Spaghetti (Italian dish; Ona and ons-half pounds round steak, one cup bread crumbs, three eggs, one-half cup Roman cheese, one half cup ground salt pork, salt and pepper. Maka into balls and fry. Cook spaghstti in usual way with one can tomatoes, and pour over meat balls. Apple Pudding Peel apples, remove cores without breaking apples, put in pudding dish and fill openings in ap ples with sugar, jam, honey or guinea jelly. Partly bake until fairly soft. Make custard of four eggs, four table spoons susar, four cups miiK, navor ' ct.rj with lemon or vanilla; pour over apples, replaca In oven till cus tard is set. Cool and serve. Ecgles3 Ginger Cookies One tin cup light brown sugar, one tincup bak ing molasses, one tincup shortening. water five tea - one tincup boiling spoons soda, two tablespoons ginger, pinch salt, flour enough to make a soft dough. Proceed the same as for any kind of cookies, but be sure to scald the soda with the boiling water. TCiis recipe makes -quite a number of cookies and they are good as long as they last. Delicious Jelly and Marmalade from a 15-cent basket of quinces Wash quinces, cut out all imperfections and core, but do not pare. Cut In small pieces, cover with cold water and boil until fruit is tender; drain in jelly bag over night. Do not squeeze bag, as the jelly will be clearer. Measure juice and boil ten minutes. Skim and add a little less than cup for cup of granu lated sugar; boil until a little In a saucer will jell usually ten or fifieen minutes. This will make six glasses of beautiful, clear jelly. Now take con tents of bag, add more cold water and boil until smooth, add the grated yel low rind and juice of three medium sized oranges. Measure and add cuiv for cup of sugar and boll until desired thickness. This will make three pints and three glasses of marmalade. h ..VP fe immjzL J Thi9: WwmMr. old FT TR S to This store is now in an un usually able position to do high class fur remodeling. We can refashion any old coat, neck piece, muff, etc. you maj- hringto us to con form to the- new season's styles. Come in and consult with our experts on this highly appropriate and timely sub ject. November is the great "fur fixing" month. K & ROCK ISLAND V MftS ELI Dear Mrs. Thompson: A number of boys have formed a walking club and we plan to take a long walk every week, usually Saturday or Sunday. We want to give an out-door party and invite our girl friends. What 8hould we serve? THE BOYS. That is a jolly idea. Serve nothing that you will need to have help in getting. Make a fine bonfire and when you have a good bed of coals put in a couple of potatoes for each -guest, wrapped in wet clay an inch thick; cover with coals, make a good fire above them nd in three-quarters of an hour for medium sized potatoes they will be done. Drag them out with a big stick, strike the mud .shell and it will crumble away. Open the pota to at one end and eat it out of the shell with a spoon, putting in salt and pepper as you proceed. Make coffee, get rolls and wienias, roast the latter over the fire on forked sticks, cut the bun open and spread the toasted wienie out inside, making a delicious sand wich. Some people prefer bacon toast ed over the fire and made into sand wiches. Both are line. Doughnuts would be cake enough and, of coursa, pickles and cheese would be a more complete menu. A lunch of this kind Is much more fun than any .elaborate preparations. If you take a popper and cm, it makes a delightful ending to the feast to sit about the fire, pop corn and tell stories. dear Mrs. Thompson: I received a letter from a young man not long ago and my father get it out of tha it Ua M i I corresponding with boys he wanted to know what It was about. Has he any right to do this? ANGRY. It 'is the privilege of every person to open his own mail. He has no legal right to touch your letters and he is ! very shortsighted to pursue such a I course. Probably he has your bost interest at heart. Try having a plain, respectful talk with him, telling h!m just how you feel about It and ask him to- respect your letters. If ycu can. 'nan1 h'm 'our letters to read after you liave read them, to show him you had nothing to conceal. Tl. . T 1 - eral warts on my head and would like y-w hi 4 if A a FAmoHv K r i .l 11 n t n t,. .a tVi half T on 11 IJ... iu? nuii . a, nau j a uiu, nun Atirmlri I n-Piir mv "hair nnrl hnw 1rn should my dresses be? Will tan serge trimmed in green m?ssaline ba suli - afcle for a winter dress? T. G. (Nitric acid will remove warts, but as it is a deadly poison great ca.'e must be used if you try the remedy. Have omeone pu the acid on the warts with a toothpick and touchy nothing but the wart. Sometimes ai single application will remove it. Hair tied with ribbons oa top cf the haad ; Is usually becoming to glrU of that i age. If large, wear dresses to shoo' tcps. Sir-?, not age, governs t'Je length . of dresses. I should think tha dress i very suitable. Dear Mrs. Thompson: Is it neces sary to make a party call after ac cepting an invitation to a pariy ? A BKGLNNER. -sAaV-e I mi 1A I- ' -si ? o. 5. It seems a very courteous thing to do. If a person has gone to the troo ble to give a party and given pleasure to a number of friends, the least titer can do is to call and show her thit they appreciate her efforts. It is good plan for two or three young men to make a party call together. It makes It pleasanter for all, usually. Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please advise me as to the 'best way to remove ta!ni from a mattress. DAILY REAPER. That la hard to do, but the follow ing has been effective in some in stances: Wash dust out of spots mi coat w ith a paste of starch and ammo nia cr starch and peroxide of hydro gen. Leave for two days, then sponge with peroxide and lay in sun to dry. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I love a? first cousin dearly and she loves rn the same. We do not want.W wrong, and want to do right in the sight of God. Is it wrong for P1 cousins to marry? Please tell u. JOHNSON. The trouble with the marriaee 01 j flrst COUsins is that children of people : so nearly related are apt to be dull or i . . .. It ! nOt Hafof-Mvo in Sfime wav. 11 prejudice and religion has nothing to do with it. Dear Mrs. Thompson: will please tell n3 some sewing whi-h requires three months' time t complete the course? CURLY HAIK If vou write to the nearest Y. M- C A that gives courses in dressmaKin they will give you full informauw They give 30 lessons for a coue4!i:J you can have evening work or day er. sons, as you choose. That thobank of England and tW hunk of Germanv have each B8 . J upwards of $100,000,000 gold sinct I u-onV nf A llfMIt . and thftt lT-vcmsil hnnlr )in4 Int atOUt , t iruvw . i-v uv - - Innn 1 renerallv known. The bank of I the Netherlands has lost 3,iv.v.. i the Imperial bank of Russia Vnf- gained $5,000,000: the banK oi way has lost $3,400,000. DR. H. EDWARDS Optometrist BEST GOODS BEST SER IV E LOWEST PRICES Glasses Fitted, Repair ing Done Give us a chance to prove tai to you. Examination. FREE. Making a prica is FREE. . Asking me is FREE. Office Second Floor YOUNG A McCOMBS ST0