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MONDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1914,
1 SOCIAL EVENTS
CELEBRATE 20TH ANNIVERSARY.
A company of relatives went to tho
home ol Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bruhn.
Twentyfourth street and Twentieth
avenue, and carried out a delightful
surprise party yesterday afternoon In
celebration of their 20th wedding an
niversary. The afternoon was pass
ed In an informal social way and late
In the day a lunch which was brought
by the guests, was serv-d. Mr. and
Mrs. Bruhn were presented with a set
of china as a gift from the company.
HOSTESS SURPRISE PARTY.
Mis Marion Roth was very much
surprised last evening when a large
company of boys and girls went to
her home, 1210 Third avenue and car
ried out a delightful party. The even
ing was plnasantly pas.-ed with games
and singing and dancing and at 11
o'clock refreshments were served.
MUSICAL CLUB EVENING PRO
CRAM. The Uock Island Musical club ar
ranges each year two evening pro
grams for the special benefit of those
members of the club who are prevent
ed from atteending the afternoon
meetings. The first of these programs
will be given tomorrow evening at o
o'clock at the New Harper. Those
who are not members of the club who
may wish to at;-nd. may do so upon
the payment of a small admission fee.
The program prepared for the meet
Piano Dut Fourth Movement from
New World Symphony (Dvorak) Mrs.
Wynes and Mrs. Tuckis.
Voice "I'll Sing Thee Songs of
Araby" (Clay): "Morning Glories"
(Salter): "The Nichtingale Has a
Lyre of Gold" (Whelpley) Mrs.
Hayes: Mrs. Tuckis at the piano.
Violin, "The Zephyr" (Hubay); Pier-
rot-i-erenade ( Ilandegger) Mrs. iUrn
baum. Miss Steck at the piano.
Reading. "The Selfish Giant"
(Wilde) Miss Jil nson at the Piano.
Voice. Cavat.'na. "Oh. Robert, Oh,
My Beloved" (Meyerbeer) from "Ro
berto il Dfavolo" Miss I!eck.
PARTY FOR FALL BRIDES
Miss Cora Johnson entertained Sat
urday evening at the home of Mrs. R.
R. Redding. 1030 Eleventh avenue at'
a pre-nuptial party for Miss Anna Lof-j
gren of Moline, a December bride and
for Mrs. C. W. Johnson of 79 Thirty-;
ninth street, an October bride. The I
young women spent the evening with j
First Method. st The Ladies' Aid
society is today hoIiii:i its annual
fale at th home cf Mrs. C. L. Walker,
tl4 Twentieth street.
The official board will meet this ev
ening at 7:30 o'clock. Matters of im
pcrtance require a full and prompt at
Th's evrninc at S o'clcfk there will!
u - w ..v "-
Chr.-f.an. asted by Mr.. '
Maf.hey of Davenport, con.ialto. la
the t hurch auditornmi. imdr the aus-1
pices of the Dauhtrs of the Cov
Prayrr services Wednesday evening j
will be in the interest of the church !
lapers and mT.-i'i'-rs are abKed to
icme prepared to state tome item of
interest that lbr-y have read in these
I'ap('r- i Fifteenth Avenue Christian The
'Tiie I.aiUs' Aid stc i-ty w.ll meet ; tPacUf rs aniJ 0njc!-.r3 pr the bible
wi'h Mrs. O. T. D'.iinei;. 1SH Kittt J school will meet tonisht for confer
avenue. Friday afternoon at 3 CtlocK i er(.n at the church.
for a buin'.ss si-s.-ion. j Tuesday afternoon the Dorcas to-
1 ciety wili m-ft with .Mrs. J. H. Xk-li-
Cen'rrl Pretbyttrian Th? stsMon f.,s Thirt .-s-co id street,
i f t'.fi Jt;rh roc.ts :n the pastor' j Wednesday "evening the training
fuiy 'his ' renins at :"' o'clock. , ,ass will meet at the church.
Th; board -of trusts s will meet in j Thursday cftcrnoon and evening the
the pastor's study Tuesday evening at i r,.ag sf ciety will condui t a bazar in
7 o'clock. , the t!.i.rch. Fancy tr'.icies, aprons
Ml 1-week services Wednesday ev-i and fiifts.for Chri.-tinas will he placed
raing ut Th pastor will cive on sal", and coiTce. i-anlwichts, salad
an exposition -'-f th' t.iinl chapter of i mil baked V-ais will be. serve.
lh ;itl- if Kcinar,-,. I
There wiil '' a m 1 1 1 n of the Memorial Christian Prayer services
teacher f the Sunday s- hcol at the j win be held Wednesday evening at
hum J Mrs. Jori'-s. Ill's F:ftet nth ,. , s,urch.
ttrt.t. T.i-ir-day nt-ninr. j Friday afternoon the monthly meet-
Moving pictures at the church Fri- r,f the Christian Woman's Hoard
day sv-riijj; at 7:!5 aril VI".. Hcre-,.r Missions will nr-et with Mrs. Char
after there v. ill be one reel cf Pathe's lotte Goodman, 1 "5 Seventh avenue.
We kly each Friday evening. I .
Spencer Memorial Methodist Bible
First Swedish Lutheran The hurch etuly class will be held Tuesday even-
ccunc:! me t toniKnt in u.e anue.
WtdnesJay evening prayer services
will bf? fsel 1 at the heme cf Mr. and
Mrs. S;U SaiiS'-ii, 0 1 4 Third avenue.
ThureJay ev rai the Young Peo
plo' society will hold a social meet
ing i:n the annex.
Next Sunday morning a representa
tive of the Ar.ti Salmon lf ai?ue, Fred
Ncrd'juist, will preach. In the even
ing ht 7:3'i communion services will
b held at the church.
Zion Swedisi Lutheran The Men's
society will m-t this evening with
Jus hie Johnson. Forty-set. orid street
and Eighth avenue.
Jl'raytr st-rvi. es Wednesday evening
will be h-ld at the borne of Miss Helen
Shcgrea, 11'0'j Thirty-eighth street.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Thursday afteruion with Mrs. J. A
Andreen. 731 Thirty-fifih street.
Thursday evening an enfer'aiiiMient
will be jr'veu in the church uiider th
ausi.it.ee of tht Men's club. Rev. K.
K. Jonson cf Chicago, former pastor
cf the church, will give an address.
The Indies' circle will serve refresh
ments after the program.
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock the
confirmation class will meet i"
their fancy work, music was enjoyed
and games of various kinds were
played. Miss Ruth II. Johnson of Mo
line winning a Kewpie as a prize. An
elaborate lunch was served during
tho course of the evening.
MRS. SCHMIDT GUEST ALUMNAE
Mrs. Violet Jayne Schmidt of ITr
bana. vice president of the Northwest
Central section of the National Asso
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae, was the
guest of the Illinois-Iowa branch of
the Collegiate Alumnae Saturday at
its December meet with Mrs. T. B.
Davis. 605 Twenty-sixth street. Mrs.
Schmidt gave an informal talk on the
alumnae work, dwelling on the grat
ifying developments of the interest of
the national organization, and also the
activities that have marked the
branch work in different parts of the
country. She spoke especfally in re
gard to the wonderful work women
can do along educational lines in their
associations and also individuality, of
the opportunities offered women of to
day, and the possibilities of the fu
ture. Mrs. Schmidt has been the house
guest of Mrs. Davis during her visit
in the tri-citles. The members of the
alumnae were given an opportunity to
meet Mrs. Schmidt personally during
the informal social hour which closed
the program of the afternoon, when
light refreshments were served.
There was a short business session
when Miss Katherine VonAch of Dav
enport gave a report of the coming
danante which the alumnae will give
Wednesday Dec. 30 at the Davenport
Outing club. Miss VonAch with Miss
May O'Connor cf this city and Mrs.
Harry Ainsworth of Moline form the
program committee in charge. The
tea will bs one of the attractions of
the holiday season. The Illinois Glee
club will sing during the afternoon
and there will be special dance fea
tures to be arranged for and an
nounced later. Among the committee
for the tea are:
Publicity Miss Roma Vogt. Daven-
rnrt -VTitc Harriet Johnson. Rock Is
land and Miss Alethea Deal. Moline.
Decoration Miss Ruth Collins and
Miss Pearl Martin. Davenport.
Miss Georgia Mastin, the daugh
ter of Mrs. Eleanor Braithwaite.
2700 1-2 Seventh avenue. and
C. Elmer Hallgren. son of Mrs.
Emily Hallgren. 4529 Eighth avenue,
were united In marriage Saturday
evening at 10 o'clock in the chapel of
Broadway Presbyterian This even
ing at 7:30 the session will meet.
Tuesday afternoon at 5 the Helen
Mills circle will meet with Miss Mur
iel Ammerman, 1043 Twentieth street.
Lunch will be served at C o'clock .
Tuesday evening will be held the
Tom Thumb weddins. under the aus-
I pices of the Young People's associa
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
,jand wi nH et with Mrs. c.
j served at 5 o'clock.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 prayer
services will he tha 13th devotional
study cf the 1 1 rth Psalm.
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock the
Junior association will meet.
Prayer tervices will be held Wed
nesday evening In the church.
Thursday afternoon the annual tea
of the Woman's Mission society will
be held ut the home of Mrs. Will Gau
ley, 030 Fortieth street.
German Imminuel'l Lutheran This
evening the church orchestra will
meet for rehearsal.
Tuesday evening the Young Men's
tociety will meet in the club rooms.
Thursday evening Advent services
will be held at the church.
Grace Lutheran The joint board of
oflicers will meet Tuesday evening at
7:30 at the parsonage.
The Forward society will conduct
its annual Kale ;f fancy articles and
coff e at the c hurch tomorrow after
riot. n and in uiriK-
The coritirrnati'jn class meets Wed
nesday evening at 7 o'clock. Prayer
services w ill be held at 8 o'clock In the
Sunday bchool rooms.
United Presbyterian The Kate Hill
Mission society will entertain at an
open meeting tomorrow evening at the
church, the mothers of the member
tnd other women of the church.
Trinity Episcopal church. Rev. Gran
vllle II. Sherwood, the rector officiat
ing at the service. Miss Florence
Mastln. sister of the bride and Fre
dolph Hallgren, brother of the groom
were their attendants. Immediately
following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Hallgren left for a wedding trip to
points in Kansas and upon their re
turn will reside at 4529 Eighth avenue.
Mr. Hallgren Is employed as a book
keeper for the Rock Island Sand and
Gravel compauy. His bride has been
employed for a number of years in the
millinery department of the Lv S. Me
PROGRESSIVE LUNCHEON SUC
The Helpers' circle of King's Daugh
ters conducted a most successful and
thoroughly delightful progressive
luncheon Saturday afternoon. The
circle had sold 160 tickets to the af
fair and upwards of $125 was cleared
for carrying on the work of the circle.
The first course of the luncheon
grapefruit, was served at the home of
Mrs. E. C. Hart. 1010 Twenty-first
street, where Mrs. J. B. Bassett acted
as the chairman. The Christmas col
ors were used In trimming the house,
baskets of red berries, flowers of var
ious kinds of Christmas greenery made
the rooms lovely and attractive. The
chandeliers were shaded in red ).nd
green and red lights were strung about
The second, or fish course was
served at the home of Mrs. George
Sudlow, S32 Twenty-third street, where
Mrs. C. E. Sharpe was chairman. Sus
pended above the door was a large
mounted fish and the table center
pice was a bowl of beautiful gold
fish. The lights were shaded here
and about the rooms were Christmas
greens, making another attractive
The meat course was served at the
home of Mrs. John Tremann, 741
Twenty-third street, with Mrs. F. S.
Brough as the chairman. The rooms
were beautifully decorated here like
wise and on the serving table were
large baskts of lovely pink and white
Fruit salad was served at the home
of Mrs. W. J. Sweeney, 816 Twentieth
street with Mrs. J .R. Tuckis as the
chairman of the committee. Chinese
lilies, narcissus and carnations were
used to decorate the rooms and table
and add to their attractiveness. The
last course was served at the home of
Mrs. C. L. Walker, 616 Twentieth
Prayer services will be held Wed-
J nesday evening at the church.
Friday evening the Brotherhood will
have supper together at the church
and a stereopticon and moving picture
demonstration will follow.
The Young People's society will
meet in monthly business session Fri
day evening with the Misses Freder
ick, 1126 Ninete?nth street.
South Park Presbyterion This ev
ening the Young People's society will
meet in monthly business session and
have the annual election of officers
This evening at 7 o'clock those tak
ing part la the Christmas exercises
are asked to meet in the primary
rocm for rehearsal.
Tuesday evening the meeting of the
Brother hoed will be omitted and the
men will join in the services at the
First Baptist-church, when Rev. John
! ston Mj-ers will speak.
j Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 the
Junior association will meet. Prayer
services will be held at 7:3 and teach
ers' training class at 8:15 o'clock.
Friday evening the J. G. band, the
class taught by Mrs. C. Uoehme, will
conduct a sale of fancy articles, home
Lakcry goods and candies at the
church. There will also bs a program
and admission is free.
Trinity Episcopal Trinity Boys'
club will meet at 7 tonight in the par
Meetings of the Dorcas and 'Holy
Child guilds will be omitted until af
The Vestment guild will hold a so
cial meeting Tuesday afternoon ot
7:3 with Miss Amy Lyford. 1024 Sec
Trinity guild will be entertained by
Mrs. I'red Feltham and Mrs. P. G.
Linter Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
in the parish house.
The vestry will meet for organiza
tion Thursday evening tt & in the
First Baptist This evening the
board of trustees will meet with Thom
as Campbell on the Thirtieth street
This evening the annual meeting of
the senior and intermediate B. Y. P. U.
will be held at 7:45 rn the church par
lors. The election of oflicers will ba
held and a social time will follow.
Tuesday evening Rev. Johnston My
ers of Emmanuel Baptist church. Chi
cago, will address the men in the
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be followed by a meeting cT the
B. Y. P. I", study class.
Friday afternoon the monthly coffee
of the ladies' Aid society will be held
In the church parlors. Mrs. Channon,
Mrs. Helpenstell, Mrs. Freeman and
Miss Young will be the hostesses.
The rugs and aprons left from the
sale last week will be disposed of at
street, where Mrs. Mary Montgomery
was the chairman. Baskets of lovely
narcissus with Christmas greens were
used on the serving tables and about
the rooms. The candles were in green
and tho ice cream was pink and white
as were the cakes. After the serving
of the last course the ladies remain
ed and enjoyed a program In which
readings were given by Mrs. Faye
Hough-McCarthy. Mrs. L. H. Canter
bury, vocal numbers by Mrs. Dan.'l
Hayes, Jr., and piano numbers by Miss
The proceeds will be used by the
circle members In carrying on relief
for the tubercular patients in the city,
which they have made their special
KING'S HERALDS XMAS PARTY.
The King's Heralds of the First
Methodist church were entertained
Saturday afternoon by Gladys Elliott,
1002 Seventeenth street, 34 of the
members enjoying a Christmas pro
gram and party. Following the busi
ness meeting a program was given
with the following numbers.
Recitation, "Shoes or Stockings"
Recitation, "Wise Men" Florence
Exercise, "Christmas Reception to
the World Children" By eight chil
dren: Chinese boy Raymond Johnson
Korean girl Helen Lavender.
Japan Lotus Blossom Dorothy
"Ken worthy; Chrysanthemum Vesta
African boy William Lavender.
Indian girl Marjorie Sala.
European boy Eugene Burton.
Telephone Christmas talk Marjorie
Walker and Marie Bruner.
Recitation Gertrude Dindinger.
After the program the children went
invited to the dining room, where the
table had been very prettily decorated
to represent a snow, picture. The ta
ble was covered with snow cotton, and
in the center was a lovely doll house
and a Santa Claus and a small Christ
mas tree. Refreshments were served
and the young people enjoyed a season,
CIVIC DEPARTMENT RECIPROC
Reciprocity day will be observed by
the civic department of the Woman's
club Friday afternoon at the meeting
to be held in the Masonic temple par
lors. Rpresentatives from the Mo
line. East Moline and Davenport de
partments will take part in the pro
gram. Mrs. J. Clarkson will give a
reading, and papers will be given by
Mrs. T. S. Van Meter of East Moline
oh the subject, "Night Schools for Our
Foreign Children"; by Mrs. George H.
Huntoon of Moline on "The Mother's
Pension." and bv Mrs. E. N. Coleman
of Davenport on "What the State oi J
lowa is Doing for her Deficient Chil
BAZAR AND SUPPER SUCCESS.
i The Ladies' Aid society of the Me-
over $100 as a result of the annual
bazar and supper held Saturday ev
ening in the church dining room. The
articles of fancy work werpractic
ally all disposed of and a large num
ber of people were served with a delic
The Hill Woman's Christian Tem
perance union will meet with Mrs. O.
W. Litten. 1514 Twenty-ninth-and-a-half
street, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.
The members ar? asked to bring tem
perance items to be read. Miss Gregg
will be present to report on the par
litmentary law lectures given recently
before the Woman's club.
The Ladies' auxiliary to the Humane
society will hold its annual sale of
fancy articles, rugs and aprons and
serve dinner tomorrow at the Memo
rial Christian church. Dinner will be
served from 11:30 to 2 o'clock.
The Graduate Nurses' association
will hold an all-day sewing meeting
Thursday at the Visiting nurses' room
in Moline, to sew for the Red Cross so
ciety. A hot lunch will be served at
noon and all nursas. whether members
of the association or not are Invited to
spend the day with the society. In
I the afternoon the regular meeting will
be held and a program will be given.
Trinity Men's club will hold no
meeting tomorrow evening but instead
will meet at the parish house at 7:30
and go to the First Baptist church to
hear Rev. Johnston Myers of Chicago.
LICENSED TO WED I.'
C. E. Hallgren Rock Island
Georgia E. Mastin Rock Island
Frank Clark Kewanee
Gertrude Porter Kewanee
George E. Waddell. . .Pine City, Minn.
Lillian Woodwtrd Grinnell, Iowa
John J. Kelly Washington, Iowa
Irene Griffln Washington, Iowa
Monta W. Gist Rock Island
Belva E. Adams Rock Island
Gust O. Engwall Moline
Amanda Umlard Moline
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can Qui My relieve your suffenng. and what's
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Mad orders filled by Wytirnbach Bros, rn
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Gtaristanas, Is Almost Here.
If anything were needed to emphasize the fact
that Christmas is right at our very door, it was fully supplied on
Saturday afternoon when the delighted crowd of boys and girls gathered on
3rd avenue in front of the McCabe store to welcome the early arrival of our old friend
Santa Claus on his Annual return from the North.
He thought the crowd was even larger than he
had ever met here before. He was very generous in his introduc
tory appearance and handed out more than 1000 presents to the boys and girls
who came to meet him and announced that he had thousands more piled up in the
McCabe store where they and their friends could come and do all their Chnsimas shop
ping with ease and economy.
He also said that he had fixed his permament
head quarters at this store where he expects to remain until
Christmas, so that all the boys and girls can tell their parents and friends right
where to go to get them just the things they want for presents.
Every year at the Christmas season all welfare
Clubs devoted to society betterment urge efforts to get Christmas
trading done early in the month and early in the day to relieve the cares and
worriesof hard worked employees. We have adopted the morning trading inducement of
a special discount for all this week each day until 12 o'clock noon in many of the principal
holiday sections of the store.
10 PER CENT .DIS
COUNT on all the books
until 12 o'clock noon, each
day this week.
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT every day 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT every day
this week until 12 oVlock noon on all bed this week until noon on all the beautiful
blankets, bed comforts and quilts. genuine Cut Glass pieces.
10 PER CENT DIS
COUNT on all luggage,
traveling bags, suit
cases and trunks until
noon each day this week.
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on all u.10 PE,R CENT DISCOUNT each day
. , ., , . , . ,, , this week until 12 o clock noon on all
women s and children s stockings, all day Christmas Umbrellas and umbrellas of all
Tuesday and ednesday. kinds.
Eggless Pumpkin Pie Wash the
pumpkin, cut into inch cubes without
paring, cook till soft, then dry till
brown all through. Run this through
a colander. To one cupful pumpkin
add 1V cups milk, one-half cup sugar,
one-half spoonful ginger, one-half tea- one is trying to reduce weight-and is
spoon cinnamon, one-half teaspoon eating only one meal a day, what meal
grated nutmeg, pinch of cloves, dash should that be and of what should it
of salt. Bake slowly till top puffs up. consist? Publish a menu for it.
The secret of success lies in working (2) What exercise would be effect
the pumpkin drv and browa a little ive in removing fat from the back of
scorching not hurting it any. For
something extra nice, Bpread a little
swestened whipped cream over the pie
just before serving.
Pork Chop Dish Take one to two
I-ou-ads of lean pork chops; fry good
and brown, Then take four to six ap
ples, cut in slices one-fourth inch
thick, fry in drippings of pork chops
and serve with the chops.
Cranberry Whip Stew a quart of
cranberries until soft, then rub
through a sieve. Measure pulp, re
turn to sauce -pan, add same quantity
of sugar and boil until proper con
sistency is reached, which is as thick
as marmalade. Beat up the whites of
three or four eggs stiffly and add by
tablespoonful to the pulp, beating con
stantly. Then add a teaspoonful of
vanilla extract, pour into buttered
mold and bake slowly in oven for half
an hour. Serve on a pretty dish gar
nished with whipped cream sweetened
and sultana raisins. Finely chopped
nuts may be sprinkled over if desired.
Fruit Cake One and one-half cups
granulated sugar, two egg yolks, about
three-fourths cup shortening (half
lard and half butter), one teaspoon
salt, one teaspoon soda, one cup sour
milk, one-half pound chopped nuts,
one-fourth pound citron, one-half cup
dark molasses. three tablespoons
ground cinnamon, one-half package
mince meat, and flour to make stiff
batter. Bake one-half hour in mod
erate oven. About mixing- cake:
Cream the sugar and beaten yolks,
then add shortening, cream with the
sugar and eggs, add sour milk with
soda dissolved, then the flour, a little
at a time, and dredge in the mince
meat, nuts and citron; season. Mo
lasses may be added with the sour
milk. The children may have their
Khare without fear of its being too
rich to digest. Cover with white icing
made an follows: Two cups granulat
ed sugar, hot water to dissolve; then
add one-half cup sweet milk. When
done beat into the whites of the eggs
used for the cake. Beat all together
until thick and creamy, flavor with
vanilla or lemon and spread all over
rake. This cake can be made two or
three days before using, which makes
It all the battr 1
I0PER CENT DIS
COUNT on all the beauti
ful furs in sets or single
pieces, collars, stoles and
muffs, all day each day
all this week.
'ERHCEIMT DISCOUNT l
on all linens, Table linens,
towels, napkins, linen sets
and everything in the linen
section, one-tenth off every
day this week until 12 o'clock.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) When
(3) If one walks three miles and
runs a mile, eats only one meal and
avoids use of candy, etc., how long
will it be before a difference is no
(4) Should not a person who is
short avoid the fashionable short
skirts if she wishes to appear taller?
(5) What will cause the skin to
stop peeling off, forming scales on the
(6) I am 5 feet 5 inches tall and
weigh 140 pounds. Am solid rather
than fat looking, am healthy and well
proportioned. Shall I try to reduce
my weight? My friends laugh about
my trying to reduce weight and ask
me why I don't wait until I am fat be
fore I try to reduce.
. (1) It would not matter whether
the meal were eaten at noon or at
night. Whichever was most conveni
ent. The diet should consist of lean
meat, bread gluten bread if a per
son is very fat butter used sparing
ly, and all vegetables that grow above
ground. Cut out sweets, starches.
milk, cream, dessert, fat meat, and do
not drink much at table. Drink two
glasses of cold water night and morn
ing. (2) Practice with a broomstick.
Keep always behind the back, raise
and lower it. Jump with it in your
hand, twist and turn and swifg it. Al
ways work with it behind you. Move
quickly; keep moving.
(3) With such heroic treatment,
three weeks or a month ought to show
(4) Long lines add height. The
short skirts and tunics decrease ap-
ik if th vi . , ,
foltollnVf. lV ,f, 8cIy , he
1 v hi uuiiti at ju. (i rf iiiK - rfiriiT 1
acid. 10 grains; rinc oxide, 10 grains
watery wool fat. 2 1-2 dr.; soft white
paraftln to make owe ounce. This may
be sceuted if desired. Wipe over the
skin, then remove all excess.
(6) A person 5 feet 6 inches tall
should weigh 133 pounds. You are a
little too fat. I certainly should rec
ommend a slight reduction, as it is
better to head off the weight than to
tet rid ot it after It cornea. I should
10 PER CENT DIS
COUNT on all those ultra
muffs and neck pieces all
day every day this week.
10 PER CENT DIS
COUNT on all womens
Kid gloves til! noon every
day this week.
f..4i :-' SWIM
diet until I reached 133 or 133 pounds
and then see that I stayed there.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have
friend who is working his way
through college and I know that he Is
forced to be very economicaL He
asked me to go to the theatre and I
accepted, although I felt guilty about
allowing him to spend money on me.
I refused chocolate after the play,
saying that eating or drinking any
thing so late made me dream. Should
I have refused to go with him?
Should I have taken the chocolate?
T. T. C
You axe very conscientious, my
dear, and thoughtful of others. I
would not refuse any young man that
you care for because you think he can
not afford to take you. He would be
hurt and would not understand. Per
haps taking you gave him pleasure
enough to pay for the sacrifice he
would have to make. It is easy to get
out of going to a restaurant without
hurting his pride. You gave a good
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please tell
me how to curl ostrich plumes so they
will stay curly. M. U S.
If the plume is very straight, take
a silver knife and gently draw the
back of the blade over each frond of
the plume, being careful not to break
it off. Curl only the ends, as It nar
rows the plume to have too much
If the plume Is only slightly out
of curl, put it in the oven with the
door open and gently wave it back
and forth till it is thoroughly heated.
I This makes all the fronds lively.
heat expands them. Even if you have
j curled the enUs of thf fronds with tn.
knife, finish the operation by thor
oughly heatiug the plume iu the oven.
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$3.50 Per Ton.
Delivered to any part of city.
Phone 1198 Rock Island.