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THE AHGTJS, THURSDAY, MAY
CHANGE IN HOWE
Dr. William E. Biederwolf Dis
cusses the Subject in His
URGES ATTENTION TO CHILD
Prescribes Companionship as a Rem
edy for Some of the Evils Now
"Home Is hardly what It once was
la this country, for the cottage and
little comfortable dwelling has gone
before the flat, and even the brown
stone palace of the rich has become
little more than a quick lunch house
and lodging place," said Dr. Biederwolf
who opened the central revival meet
ings last night at the Rink, in introduc
tion. "We have now not only the
strenuous life, but slmost the frenzied
life, and u our frenzy to attain the
treasures of the world and the world's
material things, we neglect the more
important duty of the home and the
spiritual welfare of its members.
"When yon realize that your children
who live without Jesus Christ are on
their way to hell its-elf, then all other
things of seeming importance shrink
into the background, and the effort to
save the loved ones is doubled."
Home and Anarchy.
Dr. Biederwolf suggested as the first
step toward the realization of the ideal
home, the teaching of greater respect
for parental authority. "You wonder
why there are to many anarchists,
and how to prevent their increase.
Why not stop raising them? The child
ARE YOU OUT
THE WAY OF
IF SO, THE
AT OUR STORE
YOU IF YOU
THE VALUE OF
that has no respect for parental au
thority Is likely to have little respect
for the authority of state and govern
ment later," said the evangelist. He
urged also that greater "respect be
required for things sacred, and con
trasted the difference in this respect
between the present and the past.
He urged three things, however, as
of the greatest importance in the mak
ing of the Christian home; first, that
more time be fjiven to home compan
ionship; second, that more care be
given concerning the manner of lives
the parents live; and third, that a
more direct effort be made tot bring
dear ones to Christ.
t'ompanlonihln In Home.
"Companionship in the home would
be worth more to your boy or girl than
the fortune that you are trying to lay
up or them. It would make the home,
as it should be, the merriest, dearest
place on earth, and unless the chil
dren find these qualities in the home,
'.they seek them elsewhere." The speak
er, half humorously, and yet seriously,
referred to the use of the rod, saying,
"Try to inoculate goodness, as well as
whip badness out, and do not keep a
birch rod behind the motto, 'I need
thee every hour,' as is sometimes the
In speaking of the necessity of a
clean life in the parents, the evangel
ist declared that "the way we live is
damning those that we would in our
better moments save, and the Chrls
tion who goes wrong is a greater detri
ment to the cause of religion than the
worst infidels that. live. It is not so
bad if you yourself refuse salvation,
and go to hell, but you drag your chil-
jdren down with you. by swimming into
the currents of social dissipation, un-
1 godliness, and sin, dragging them to
depths from which they can' not re
turn when you see fit to draw back to
I the haven."
I In conclusion he urged personal and
active interest In the spiritual welfare
of the home circle, pleading1 that the
present opportunity be embraced to
broach the subject.
I'rlendx In llrnvrn.
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Dr.
Biederwolf speaks at the rink on the
subject. "Shall We Recognize Our
Friends in Heaven?" a subject fre
quently presented to the church pastor
in various forms, and one of consid
erable interest. Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock he will conduct a meeting for
young people between the ages of 12
and 35 only.
This morning Dr. Biederwolf and his
assistants. Homer Rodeheaver and Paul
Gilbert, met in conference with the
ministers of the various churches, at
the Y. M. C. A. chapel. A meeting
of the advertising committee was also
$11.98 Suits for $9.59.
$15.00 Suits for $12.00.
$19.98 Suits for $15.99.
$2500 Suits for $20.00-
'ABSOLUTELY OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF THIS SEASON'S STYLES OF
MINISTERS MEET IN VIOLA
A. W. CRAMPTON
NEW BOOK STORE,
1719 Second Avenue.
THE GREAT BUST DEVELOP
ER AND TONIC, recommended
in the beauty columns of the
Record-Herald as a "splendid
developing agency that will fill
out the figure speedily."
TftR TRI'R VIITAIRR II f'Mr.HV
With genuine Imported Galega 9
(Goatsrue) and Lactophosphate
of Lime,, may be had, properly
C. LINDORFF, CHEMIST,
Pints, $1; quarts, 1.75; six
pints, or three quarts, $5. It is
all important that the Galega
used in this remedy be of the
Twentieth street and Fourth
avenue, Rock Island, 111. Both
phones. All mail and phone or
ders promptly filled.
Rock Island Pastors Are Unable to Be
The Rock Island District Ministerial
associaotion convened in the Methodist
Episcopal church in Viola this morn
ing, and will continue its sessions all
day tomorrow. Rev. R. B. Williams
and Rev. J. B. Rutter and Rev. W. R.
Wiley, presiding elder, are all on the
program, but Mr. Williams and Mr.
Rutter will be unable to be present,
on account of the meetings in progress
The Eclipse was the only boat in
The stage of water was 12.20 at noon
and practically stationary.
Falling stages in the Mississippi
will continue from Dubuque to Mus
catine. J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
A SALE NEVER BEFORE EQUALLED
Commencing tomorrow morning, we shall permit our patrons to help themselves from our magnificent collection of this season's Cloth
Suits, allowing them a reduction of 20 per cent from the original prices. Our suits all hear the original selling price, and without any
exceptions you may take your choice and deduct 20 per cent from the marked price. We want you to realize that this offer cannot he
compared in any way with the efforts of other dealers wiio use a price mark instead of plain figures to mark their goods, as its not
what you get off but what you get for the money that counts. Our original prices are often lower than the reduced prices of others.
Of course, another thing to consider is the fact that our styles are the latest and most exclusive shown in the tri-cities. It is no exag
geration to promise that you can find in this stock any material, any color, any design in cloth suit that has been shown thi3 season.
Scarcely one woman who reads this advertisement can afford to neglect such an opportunity.
I14-1IG West Second St.
$9.98 Suits for $7.99.
$12.98 Suits for $10.39.
$16.98 Suits for $13.59.
$27.50 Suitr, for $22.00
PLANS ARE 0NHAND
For the Extensions to the Mitch
ell & Lynde Build-ing.
MADE BY THE STATE BANK
Notable Improvement and Equipment
With Every Modern Convenience.
Danger H'ght Ch'ge
line 7 am. 24 hrs
feet feet feet
St. Paul 11 8.9 :0.1
Red Wing 14 7.G 0.2
Reeds Landing 12 7.0 0.1
La Crosse 12 8.8 0.3
P. du Chien 18 11.5 0.5
Dubuque IS 13.3 0.5
Lo Claire 10 9.0 0.2
Rock Island 15 12.2 0.4
Des Moines Rapids . . . 7.2 0.3
Keokuk 15 13.1 0.3
St. Louis CO 21.0 0.0
Kansas City 21 12.5 :1.0
PRESIDENT JAMES IS HEARD
Encourages Work Done by High
President Edmund J. James of the
State University of Illinois, addressed
the high school students this morning.
He was here several years ago after
the school building was destroyed by
fire, and Broadway Presbyterian
church was in use by the pupils. The
spirit with which the fine structure
was built upon the ruins was likened
to that now predominant in San Fran
cisco. The fact that 47 per cent of the
students are boys was an encouraging
sign to him, and in some advice to the
body he told them that more would be
required of them in the next 25 years
than had been required of their par
ents in the last quarter century.
A Moutain of Gold
Could not bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as
did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, when It completely cured a run
ning sore on her leg. which had tor
tured her 23 long years. Greatest an
tiseptic healer of piles, wounds and
sores. 25c at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's
drug store. ..
The State bank of Rock Island has
received from Ilolablrd & Roche, the
Chicago architects, the preliminary
plans for the new office building which
is to replace the rear of the present
Mitchell & Lynde structure.
The old building is to be taken down
entirely and a four-story structure to
conform with the front will be built
on the site.
The new structure is to be better
than anything in this section. There
will "be two fast electric elevators, in
stead of the present hydraulic eleva
tor. There will be offices on the first
floor to be entered from east and west
Seventeenth streets on the street lev
el, while all the upper floors will like
wise be devoted to offices. The feat
ure of furnishing pure water from the
bank's own artesian well, which has
been such an attraction in the past,
will be continued in the new block,
eliminating the chance of muddy wa
ter from the city mains.
Ilnnkn 1 be ICnlnrgrd.
The changes also involve the exten
sion of the present quarters of the
State bank and Rock Island Savings
bank, which are now inadequate," to
include the present room occupied by
Reidy Bros., and the existing corri
dor. The new corridor will be in the room
extending from East to West Seven
teenth streets recently occupied by an
express company. A door will be cut
in the corridor, enabling tenants of
the block to enter either bank without
going out of doors.
As soon as a few minor changes
found desirable in the first plans are
made, the work will be commenced
and finished as soon as possible.
Architects nrr ICx per It-need.
Messrs. Ilolabird & Roche, archi
tects of the new building, are the ar
chitects of the Chicago Tribune build
ing, Marquette building, new Monad
nock, new Auditorium, including Palm
room, and the county building now in
course of construction in Chicago.
The changes in the front building
will not be attempted until the new
building is completed.
The peculiar situation of this block,
with paved streets -on all' sides, yields
ample light, and this 'will be taken ad
vantage of to the full in the new construction.
Popular Priced Tailors
519 Fifteenth Street, .Moline, 111.
SUITS $18 AND UP
New phone 8001. All tele
phone calls promptly attended t
TYPOS' OFFICERS ELECTED
Tri-City Union Holds Annual Meeting
in Rock Island.
At a meeting of the Tri-City Typo
graphical union, held in Rock Island
last evening. T. F. Wheelan was re
elected president; C. P. McQuaid was
named vice president: R. M. lhickett,
recording secretary; C. S. Osborne of
Davenport, secretary-treasurer, and
Henry Ilerzberg of Davenport, scr-gcant-at-arms.
Delegates to the ui
City Labor congress, the Rock Island
Industrial Home association, the Mo
line Industrial Home association, and
the Davenport Trades and L.'ibor as
sembly were elected also. This was
the annual meeting.
BERRY TO MOVE TO M0LINE
Papular Cigar Merchant Finds Tempt
ing Location in Sister City.
E. C. Berry, the popular Second av
enue cigar merchant has determined to
move his business to Moline. He has
secured one of the best locations in
that city and by the first of June will
be comfortably established there.
He will conduct, as he lias in Rock
Island, a first class cigar and billiard
Mr. Berry will retain his residence
in Rock Island, however.
Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of
For more. than twenty years J. B.
Massey, of 3322 Clinton street, Minne
apolis, Minn., was tortured by sciatic i.
The pain ami suffering which he en
dured during this time is beyond com
prehension. Nothing gave him any per
manent relief until he used Chamber-
Iain's Pain Balm. . One application of
that liniment relieved the pain and
made sleep and rest possible, and less
than one bottle has effected a perma
nent cure. If troubled with sciatica or
rheumatism why notary a 25c bottle of
Pain Balm and see for yourself how
quickly it relieves the pain. For sale
by all leading druggists.
H. & H.
Fresh Black Bass.
Fresh caught channel
Fresh caught Lake
Fresh caught River
Fresh lake White Fish.
Fresh Smoked Stur
geon. Fresh Smoked Catfish.
Order early for first
Harris & Hess
Eighteenth Street & Third Ave.
Old phonos West 45C. west
4S0. New phones 5110, GS25.
For a painful bum there Is nothing
like DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
There are a host of imitations of De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve on the mar
ket see that you get the genuine. Ask
for DeWitt's. Good, too, for sunburn,
cuts, bruises, and especially recom
mended for piles. The name E. C. De-
Witt & Co., Chicago, is on every box.
Sold by all druggists.
"Neglected colds make fat grave
yards.'. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Sy
rup helps men and women to a happy,
vigorous old age.
Marquette Portland Cement Is made from
ROCK. Itmakcsconcroteas hard as granite.
The best Cement for Foundations. Walks,
Floors. Posts. Gutters. Cisterns. Walls.
Be sure your dealer gives you
V'The Sidewalk Brand"
F... Write o mhrmt njr Cement Work roa r
thinkinaof doing. W will rherfnllriri
you informut ion and nend yon our bookon Cement.
MARQUETTE CEMENT MFG. CO. CHICAGO
Dandruff, Barber's Itch aLiid
Other Skin Diseases
Posi.ively Cured By
Keeps Skin in ffealthv Condition and Protects
It .Against Disease Germs. Try It. . ... :
SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES.
Wliun In Doubt Consult the Best
Health Is life's greatest luxury. If you want health, consult Dr. Walsh, J
Davenport's most successful specialist In Chronic, Nervous Disease of
men and women. 2
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Ex-Sureon-ln-Chlef of If
St. Anthony's Hospital, if
WKRVOTTS DKBIMTT, sleeplessness, weakness of men. falllnp; memory,
mental delusions, catarrh, dyspepsia, asthma, bronchitis, Mood diseases
scrofula, piles and kidney diseases.
WOMKM suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his vast ex
perience. YOU KNOW that Dr. Walsh la the only specialist who ever remained In
the tri-cities over tw years. You also know that lie has been located id
Davenport 11 years. You must know that Dr. Walsh remains permanent
ly, because he cures his patients.
vmuATlox A!VI i;i.KtTiurrr. Twenty years' experience has made
ur. uusn a master or mese memoas or run off chronic diseases, ileuses
all forms of electricity, including Karadism. Galvanism. Cataphoreala.
Sinusoidal. St; tic and High Frequency Currents.
VAIt K O i:i.I3 Is a frequent cause of nervous and physical decline. Why
treat months with others when we can positively cure you In from on ta
DR. WALSH'S PRICES FOR TREATMENT ARE WITHIN THK
REACH OF ALL.
TIIK UTKTIOr OP YOITK UK ALT If is a vital one, therefore you cannot
afford to place your case in the hands of those who have, had little or no
practical exper'ence In the treatment of chronic diseases.
OIU WALSH'S larpo private practice and extensive experience mm sur-Reon-ln-chief
of tt. Anthony's hospital, together with the fsct thst he
has cured hundreds who were pronounced incurable by others durlnir
the 11 years he has been located In Davenport, proves conclusively that
be la the specialist that you should consult If you want to get well.
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
If you cannot call, writ. nun-
Pest of references and credentials,
drcds cured by mall.
Hours 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 to R and 7 to X tv
p. m. Office, 124 West Third street. McCuIlougrh building. Davenport.
m.; Fundays, 1I:X0 to i:it n
Uave you tried it ? It in the best thine on
tho market for the pipe. A rare blend intj
of tho finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
Rrcade Cigar Storc
Harper House Block.
John P. Sexton, Prop.