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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1905.
Has Been Cut. If You Want Any of
Here arc some NEW PRICES for THIS WEEK.
21 lbs. granulated Sugar
Package Mince Meat.
per dozen -
Rock Island Corn, per doz-
C large cant of Mustard
Jell O. all flavors,
New York Buckwheat,
Pure Maple Syrup, per
ii532 Fifth Avenue.
Both '1 'ho nes.
V EXTRA SPECIALS.
Any smoking jacket
worth up to $10.00
for . . . . $5.00
only .... 50c
Each pair in a box.
YOU KNOW US.
M. C. RICE. Prop.
S-H 1 U 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 .U
Maple Sugar, per
8 lbs. Bulk Starch
Cream of Dakota Flour
Corn on cob, something
new, per gal. can 50C
A FULL LINE OF FRESH
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
SOLE AGENT FOR "SEAL
SHIPT" OYSTERS FINEST
OYSTERS ON EARTH.
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DAY IN CHURCHES
Christmas Exercises in Various
Rock Island Sanctuaries
SOME SERVICES ON MONDAY
Programs for Morning and Evening o:
Sabbath Children Taking Part in
Christmas exercises in the churches
are scattered over a period of several
days. Some were held last evening,
others will be Sunday morning and
evening and some Christmas day. At
the First Baptist church there will be
special exercises both Sunday morn
ing and evening, as follows:
Klrat Itaptint CTurrli.
Prelude. '"Esperance" (Sudds) Miss
Responsive Reading, "The Birth of
Hymn 341. "Joy to the World, the
Lord is Come."
Scripture lesson, Isaiah CI: 1-11
Rev. H. C. First.
Anthem, "There Were Shepherds"
(Ashford) Chorus choir.
Prayer Rev. C. E. Taylor, Ph. D.
Quintet. "May the Morn in Heaven
Awaken" Mrs. William Ullemeyer,
Messrs. Connell, Jonassen, Bloom and
Offertory. "Morning Song" (Bruche)
Miss Alwilda Young.
Hymn 339. "Hark! the Herald An
gels Sing" Choir and congregation.
Sermon. Gal. 4:4. "Christ's Place in
World Life" Rev. H. W. Reed, Ph. D.,
Anthem. "O. Day of Wonders" (Ora
torio Emanuel; Bierly) Chorus choir.
Postlude, "Prince of Peace" (Ash
ford) Miss Alwilda Young.
Organ Voluntary (Agate) Miss
Song. "The Child That Is Our King"
Song. "Christmas Welcome" Mite
Peterson's and Miss Parker's classes.
Class Recitation. "The Months of
the Year" Miss Don's class.
Song, "Christmas Travelers" Miss
Song. "The Peace He Brings"
Recitation. "Christmas Thoughts"
Recitation. "A Letter to Santa"
Class Song, "Merry Christmas"
Anthem, "Calm On the Listening Ear
of Night" Church choir.
Recitation. "When Christ Was
Born" Byron Lerch.
Song. "Shed Abroad the IJght"
Miss Young's class.
Recitation, "A Pillow Fight" Harry
Motion Song. "High in Heaveo"
Miss Wangelin's and Mrs. Campbell's
Recitation, "Guess" Miss Wagner's
and Miss Saudberg's classes.
Song. "Holy Night" School.
Recitation, "Santa Claus" Fred
Recitation. "The Two Little Stock
ings" Goldie Connell.
Song. "Silent Night" School.
Postlude. "The March of the Magi
Memorial t'brUlian Church.
At the Memorial Christian church
the following exercises will take place
Prelude, "Pilgrim's Chorus" (R.Wag
Hymn S7. '
Anthem. "Hark! What Celestial
Anthem, "In Heavenly Love Abid
Tenor Solo. "Hosanna" (Van Al
styue) Harry Driggs.
Scripture Reading. "The First Christ-
Anthem. "In Came the Midnight
Bass Solo. "Like as the Hart Desir
th" ( Allitsen) H. K. Collins.
Anthem. "Sanctus" (Gounod).
Duet. "Not a Sparrow Falleth" C,V
bert). Mrs. Reimers and Miss Karr.
Offertory. "Christmas Offertorium"
Tenor Solo. "Fairest Lord Jesus"
(Batiste) Carlton G. Taylor.
Anthem. "Sing. O. Heavens" (Tours).
Postlude. "Festal March" (Calkin).
Trinity Kplwvpal hurra.
There will be at Trinity Episcopal
hurch a midnight service Christmas
eve. as follows:
Processional. "It Came Upon the
Mass in key of E flat (Battison
Offertory. "The Heavens Are Tel.
ng" (E. Sciuper).
Hymn. "Silent Night. Holy Night."
Recessional. "O. Little Town of Beth-
ehem" (Bishop Brooks).
Services at 10 a. m.. Christmas day
ire as follows:
Processional. "Christians, Awake!
Salute the Happy Morn."
Te Deuni in key of A flat (Reade).
Hymn. "Angels from the Realms of
Gloria. Tibi (Haynes).
Hymn. "Shout the Glad Tidings."
Offertory. "He Shall Reign Forever"
(C Simper vr "
Sursum Corda (Haynes).
Agnus Dei (Haynes).
Gloria in Excelsis (Haynes).
Recessional. "Hark, the Herald An
BrMinajr Prbyterl Church.
Following are the services at Broad
way Presbyterian church Sunday at
10:45 a. m.:
Organ Prelude, "Holy Night" (Dud
"Holy, Holy, Holy."
Anthem. "Still Is the Night in Beth
Offertory. "An Ancient Christmas
Solo, with violin obligato. "A Dream
of Bethlehem" (Rodney) L. G. Suse
mihl. Miss Phebe Brooks.
Sermon. "Christ the Desire of All
Choir Mrs. James F. Witter, so
prano; Sirs. Robert R. Reynolds, con
tralto; L. G. Susemihl. basso; Alex
Dunderberg. tenor: Miss Katherine
Gest, organist; Miss Phebe Brooks,
Vesper service will be held at 4 p.
m,, at follows:
Organ Prelude, "Weihnachtspastor
Cantata. "The Hope of the World"
Introductory Chorus, "Ring Forth,
PART I. "THE SHEPHERDS."
PART II. "THE WISE MEN."
Offertory. "The March of the Magi"
PART III. "HAIL, ROYAL BABE."
Solo, "The Star of Bethlehem"
l-'lrttt MrtfcodUt Church.
Sunday evening the following pro
gram will be given at the First Meth
odist Episcopal church:
Organ Voluntary Mrs. J. F. Robin
Talk by S. S. Kemble.
Solo Miss Kate Roseberry.
Duet Misses Fraser and Williams.
Song Class. ..
Solo Miss Ethel Eraser.
Duet Misses Alma Shaw and Nettie
Solo, "Star of the East" Robert M.
Recitation Miss" Grace Taylor.
Recitation Miss Nellie Peterson.
Recitation Rilla Fraser.
Recitation Edna Thompson
Solo and Chorus Class.
Recitation Raymond Robinson.
Recitaton Myrtle Wood.
Christmas Exercise Three girls.
Recitation George McClaren.
Christmas Exercise Six girls.
Galder Song Class.
Greeting Athel Lindorr.
Recitation Eight boys.
Recitation Six girls.
Song, "Tip-Toe" Class.
Recitation Dudley Burnett.
Song Ruth Wiley.
WyuiMn Africa a Mt-t boilixt.
At the Wyman A. M. E. church
there win be preaching at 11 a. m., by
the pasior; subject, "Room for Jesus";
class meeting, 12 m.; Sunday school,
1 p. in. At 7:30 p. m. there will be a
Christmas tree, at which time a pro
gram will be rendered by the members
of the Sunday school.
On Chrlnlniaa Hay.
J. Weigand's mass is to be sung at
the Sacred Heart church Christmas
day, high mass being celebrated at 5
o'clock and at 10:30. Miss Mary Mee
han will act as organist, and the Bleu-
er-Hemenway orchestra win furnish an
accompaniment. At the early mass the
officers will be: Celebrant. Rev. J F.
Lockney; deacon, Rev. Father Ray
mond. St. Louis: sub deacon. Rev.
Father Leander, St. Louis. At the
10:30 mass Father Raymund will act
as celebrant, and Rev. J. F. Lockney
and Father Leander as deacon and sub
dtaron respectively. Following Is 'the
t jfyje Processional Adeste Fidelis
-?4kys' choir. i
Ilass solo F. J. Meehan.
Christi N. Lafayette.
Kyrie duo Miss Alice Green and F.
Gratias A. Hanaway.
Propter Magnan Chorus.
Qui Tollis A. Hanaway.
Cum Sancto Chorus.
Genitum W. Ford.
Et IncarnatuS Est Mrs. William
Et Unam Mrs. MeEniry and Miss
Rose J. Meehan.
Sanctus Full choir.
Benedictus Mrs. George Smith.
Agnus Dei Solos. Miss Alice Green,
W. Ford. F. J. Meehan.
Dora Nobis A. Hanaway.
Recessional "What Lovely Infant
Can This lie?" Boys chorus.
The offertory win he a Christmas
anthem. "Cnristus Natus, sung by
Mrs. McEr-lry and Miss Green..
At St. Mary's. St. Joseph's and SL
Paul's high mass will be celebrated
Christmas morn at 5 o'clock, and low
mass at 8. High mass at the former
two is also at 10:30 and at SL Paul's
Season of Good Cheer Has Virtu
ally Begun in Rock
BIG BUSINESS WAS DONE
Counters Look as Though Swept By
Cyclones Suspension of Activi
ties Two Days.
If you haven't. purchased that pres
ent yet you'll have to hurry and you'll
have to make your selection from
Christmas counters that look as though
they had been swept by a cyclone. The
last mad rush is on thTs afternoon and
evening and thousands of dollars are
changing hands. It has been the big
gest season of holiday trading ever.
The Christmas season in Rock Island
virtually begins tomorrow, a number
of churches having appropriate exer
cises. Many have left the city to spend
the two days elsewhere and many have
come to visit their homes or friends
here. The season of good cheer is up
Vo IIumIbcmm Monday.
Monday, as is usual on Christmas,
there will be a general suspension of
business and the day will be spent in
The banks and public offices will
close. The postoffice regulations ap
The weather has done its share so
far to make the holidays enjoyable.
The snow today coming on top of that
already fallen insures a white Christ
mas and "no bad slump in temperature
Is in sight.
EMPLOYE AT MILL
HAS LEG INJURED
Frank Kehoe of Moline Falls Under
Load of Steel at Early Morning
Hour In Hospital.
Frank Kehoe of Moline, who was em
ployed at mill No. 8 of the steel works,
met with an accident about o o'clock
.this morning, resulting in the com
pound fracture of his leg. He was en
gaged in hauling steel to the shipping
platform after it had been rolled, in
some manner he fell under tho wheel
of his cart. He is now at the city hos
at 10 o'clock, where vespers will take
place at 3 p. m.
At Grace Lutheran church there will
be a Christmas service at 5:30 a. m..
and at Spencer Memorial there will be
a service at G a. m. At the German
Lutheran the morning service will be
STATUE IN ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
Memorial Presented to Congregation
by Mrs. D. Corken.
A new statue of the Sacred Heart
has been presented to St. Paul's church
by Mrs. D. Corken, in memory of hei
deceased son, Harry D. Corken. The
statue is a line piece of art, from the
Daprato Ateliers. Chicago. It will be in
I lace in the church bv Christina:!. Mrs
Corken's generous donation is highly
appreciated by the pastor and the eon
GRIGGS' PIANO SALE.
Don't Overlook These Extraordinary
Bargains if About to Purchase a
Piano for Christmas.
$5, $10 and $15 for good organs.
$25 for a good Vose square good
for a beginner.
$75 for a Cable & Sons' upright.
$95 for a McCammon upright.
$115 for a Kingsbury, almost new.
These and other splendid bargains
this week in our Christmas sale.
$150 for the new Imperial Piano
player, the best and handsomest piano
player on the market.
New Cable, Kingsbury, Conover,
Haines, Bors, Armstrong pianos at
most attractive prices and terms. New
goods received for this sale.
210 Brady Street. Davenport.
Free Christmas Gifts
To all customers for next 10 days.
Every purchaser of any article now in j
our store will be presented with an
other article like they bought, abso
luely free of charge, as a Christmas
gift from us. Sale now on. Open eve
nings till 9. j
THE PRU RI TA STORE,
1913 Second avenue.
Public Sale. j
There will be sold at public auction
at 10 o'clock Wednesday next, together
with other property, three lots in High-'
land Park addition, located on a paved '
street, having sewer and water connec
tions, also light and street car facili
Miss Lillie Johnson of Moline was
adjudged insane by a jury in county
court today and committed to Water
town by Judge Parmenter. She is 22
years of age. For some lime she had
been laboring under a delusion that
she was married.
Beautifying methods that injure the ,
skin and health are dangerous. Be
beautiful without discomfort by taking
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Sun
shiny faces follow its use. 35 cents.
T. II. Thomas' Piarmacf. I
A FURNITURE STORE LIKE OURS IS THE BEST PLACE TO
FIND THEM. YOU'LL FIND HERE ABOUT A HUNDRED
In golden oak, weathered oak, early English and mahogany finishes,
all with the best of cushions. They are the best values we have ever
been able to offer you, which is saying a great deal. Then we have
a most extensive and elegant assortment of fancy rockers, chairs,
couches, all kinds of leather upholstered furniture, all kinds of library,
hal and parlor furniture. We ask you to come and see us oefore you
buy. We'll be disappointed if you don't we know we have something
to please you.
Furniture & Carpet
123-125 West Third Street.
Opposite Masonic Temple.
OUR BIG DISSOLUTION SALE IS NOW ON AND OUR FINE
STOCK IS BEING SLAUGHTERED TO TURN THE GOODS INTO
BE ON HAND EARLY AND
1804 2nd Ave.. Rock Island
Practical Xmas Gifts
Fond mothers will find inspiration for their Christmas
shopping in our beautiful stock of Baby Bonnets and Caps,
including every style and shape of headwear for the little
cnes. Among them you will find the extra large Poke, and
little Dutch Bonnets, aid the handsome plush Tarn
And, to make the litt'e ones extremely happy, you
should alto get them one of our handsome Doll Bonnets.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner of Twentieth street and Fourth Avenue g
Have you tried it? It is the best thinj? on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of the finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
Rrcade Cigar tore
Barfs? Coin block. Joba P. Sextos, Pr
GET YOUR SHARE OF THE RARE