Newspaper Page Text
ffTTE ARGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1906.
Program of Central Illinois Meth
odist Meeting at Abing
BISHOP HAMILTON PRESIDES
Semi-CentenniaJ of Organization Will
Be Celebrated Appointments to
Be Made Last Day.
The program for the 51st annual ses
sion of the Central Illinois Conference
of the Methodist Episcopal church,
which convenes at Abingdon Sept. 2tf
tp Oct 1. has been received in Rock
Island. Bishop John W. Hamilton of
Ran Francisco will preside and the
wmi-centennial of the organization of
the conference will be celebrated at
the meeting. The first meeting, of the
conference was held in Abingdon in
1855. and this fact makes the selection
of that city all the more appropriate
man's Foreign Missionary society. Ad
dress by Mrs. J. Ellen Foster. .-""J" -
3:00 p. m. Anniversary of the Ep
worth league. "The. Epworth League
as a Social Force," Rev. Thomas S. Pit-
teneer. Momence. "The Epworth
League as a Missionary Force." Rev.
Frederick J. GiddinKS. Cornell. "The
Epworth League ,as an Evangelical
Force." Rev. Joslah B. Bartle, Reynolds
7:30 p. m. Celebration of the 50th
anniversary of the organization of . the
Central Illinois conference. "History
of the Central Illinois Conference. Rev
Joseoh S. Cummings. D.D.. Odell. "Ed
ucational Institutions of the Confer
ence." Rev. Jarvis G. Evans, D.D., Kan
kakee. "History of Evangelism in the
Conference," Rev. John H. Ryan, D.D..
Pontiac. "Our Debt to these Servants
of the Church." Rev. Thomas Doney,
D.D., Macomb. "Personal Tributes."
Rev. Henderson Ritchie, Mt. Washing
8:30 a. m. Conference session.
10:00 a. m. Address to class for ad
mission. Bishop John W. Hamilton.
D.D., -San Francisco.
2:30 p. m. Anniversary of Woman's
Home Missionary society. Address by
Mrs. Mabel Hilbish.
.8:00 p. m.--Lecture. "People of Qual
ity In Boston." Bishop John W. Ham
for this vear's anniversary meeting
. The program includes some of the .ikon. D.D.; (proceeds for benefit of
leading divines in Methodism, together! San Francisco).
8:30 a. m. Conference session.
2:00 p. m. Anniversary of the Con-
with some of the ministers who were
members of the conference during the
beginning of Its organization. Among
those outside the conference who will(ference Temperance society. "The
appear on the program are Rev. Robert ( Church and the Saloon." Rev. Dr. J. G.
Forbtw. D.D., of New York City: Rev. -Evans. Kankakee. "Local Option."
F. H. Sheets. D.D., of Chicago; , Rev.
William H. Anderson of New York, and
Rev. M. C. B. Mason, D.D., of Cincin
nati. Appointment a L.at Day.
The lay association of the church will
convene in its annual session at the
Congregational church on Friday morn
ing and on Sunday the various pulpits
in the city will be filled by the visit
ing pastors. The conference adjourns
Monday, at which time the appoint
iiients will be read.
Rev. R. B. Williams. D. D.. of the
James W. Shields, superintendent Illi
nois A. S. L.
3:30 p. m. Anniversary of Freed
rnan's Aid society. Address by Rev.
Dr. M. C. B. Mason. Cincinnati.
7:30 p. m. Aggressive Evangelism.
"The Holy Suirit and Evangelism."
Rev. Charles O. McCulloch, D.D., Nor
9:00 a. m. Conference love feast.
10:30 a. m. Sermsn by Bishop John
W. Hamilton, D.D.
2:30 p. m. Memorial service, follow-
First Methodist. Rev. J. B. Rutter of ed bv ordination service.
the Speucer Memorial church. Rev.
W. R. Wiley, D. D., the presiding el
der of the Rock Island district of this
city; Rev. M. V. Crumbaker. D. D. and
7:30 p. m. Anniversary of the Mis
AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH- "
10:30 a. m. Rev. R. Elmer Smith.
Rev. D. S. Andrewartha of Moline are cial va
members and will attend the session. 7:30 p m. Rev. Warren S. Welch.
As the changes of the.se pastors lies Toulon.
entirely in the hands of the bishop AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
and the conference presiding elders. 10:30 a m.Rev. Reuben B Wil
and will not be announced until im- ams D D Rock Island
niediattly before adjournment, it is, 7:30 p mRev. Jomi w. Ferris,
rot known whether or not there will 'Kfcithsburg.
tetany changes in the local pulpits
- Tbr Conference l'rotcram.
Following Is tlm program:
9:00 a. m. Examinations conduced
by board of examiners at First M. E.
7:30 p. m. Anniversary of the board
of"church extension. Address by Rev.
Robert Forbes. D.D.. New York City.
8:30 a. m. Sacrament of the LorJ's
9:30 a. m. Business session.
.2:30 p. m. Annual missionary ser
mon. Rev. William H. Craine.
3:30 p. m. Anniversary of the board
of education. Address. Rev. William
F. Anderson, D.D.. New York City.
' 7:30 p. m. Aggressive Evangelism.
' "Prayer and Evangelism." Rev. C. F.
W. 8mitb. Kirkwood. 111.
S:30 a. m. Conference session.
2:00 p. m. Anniversary of the Wo-
8:30 a. m. Conference session.
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 28.
AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
9:30 Devotional service, M. Sherff,
10:00 Annual address, President
Charles W. Neitz. Fairbury."
10:30 Christian Stewardship, H. E.
11:10 Special music.
11:15 Appointment of committees
and business collection.
1:30 Old fashioned class meeting.
2:00 Address. Bishop John W. Ham
2:30 Solo, Miss Florence Elizabeth
2:35 How Can We Best Do Lay
Evangelistid Work? (a)in the Town.
THIRD WARD HAS A
Organized to Look After Improvements
Will Protest Grade for Side-walks:
"The Store That Saves You Money."
IFC O G X I S N x
1,000 yards of Molette Flannelette, regular price 10c
yard; variety of patterns; per
250 yards Penang Flannelette; good for
comforters; per yard G'zC
Regular 45c value boys school Shirts, de
tached and attachable collars, for 25
Umbrellas for school children, two style han
dles, good values at 75c and 45
Box of Savon Carnation Pink soap, 3 cakes,
regular price 15c. for box ll
Colgate Almo.id Cream soap, regular 10c
cake, for, each
Ladies Vests, assorted styles, regular price
50c, an except onal value at 30
Handled cups and saucers, C cups and 6 sau
cers, regular 4 lc set, for 37c
Ladies' Corse": Covers, regular prices 25c and
29c, choice Monday
Ladies MuslI i Drawers, tucked ruffles, 29c
and 39c value for .
Pillow Tops, assorted colors and designs, backs
attached, regu'ar 50c, while they last......... 42
Knife and Fo.-k Trays, with handle, a 10c
number, for gfc
Towel Racks, 7-arm, regular 15c,
for - 10&
The 5-arm goej at '..... - 5
Mrs. Vrooman's Patent Sanitary Sink Strainer, oth
ers sell at 21c, a big bargain at 18c;
Monday .. .........f 15
TRADING STAMPS FREE IN EVERY DEPART
MENT WITH EVERY PURCHASE.
'. A permanent improvement-associa
tion was organized by property owners
of the third precinct of the Third ward
at a meeting at Fifteenth street "and
Fourteenth avenue last evening. Clar
ence Skinner was made permanent
chairman and L. L. Hance permanent
secretary. The particular occasion of
the meeting was certain objections
that had been registered against the
sidewalk grade established between
Eleventh and Fourteenth avenues on
Fourteenth street. After fully discuss
ing the subject it was decided to pre
sent a protest to the city council at
the meeing next Monday evening. It
will be asked that the city engineer
be requested to furnish a blue print
showing street and sidewalk grades
in the entire district between Twelfth
and Seventeenth streets and Ninth
and Eighteenth avenues. In addition
to placing the grade on Fourteenth
street lower than those present believ
ed it should have been certain othwt
errors In connection with sidewalks in
the district are alleged.
L. R. Steepleton. Galesburg.
2:50 (b) In the Country, C. W.
;3:20 Special music.
3:25 Address. Rev. D. D. Thompson,
D.D., Chicago, editor Northwestern
3:50 Election of officers; reports of
Generally fair and continued warm
nealbrr tonltslit and Sunday. ..
J. II. SHEHIKH, I,ocal Forecaster.
Temperature at 7 a. mi- 87; at 3t3
p. ill-, Minimum leraperaimre w t
bourn, 66; minimum, SS. Wind at 8 a.
Is said of "green beer" not of Schlitz.
Schlitz beer is aged in glass enameled steel
tanks for months before it is marketed. Fer
mentation is finished long before you get it.
That is an apparent virtue. But the chief
distinction of Schlitz is its purity a virtue that you
can't see. Yet the cost of that purity exceeds
J Ask for the Brewery Bottling.
l1 Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz.
1' To avoid being imposed upon, see that tlie cork or crown is branded
Beal & Schmitt.
High class tailors,
Illinois theater building.
Insure with Beecher Bros.
See Lage-Waters for shoes.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
Beecher Bros, for real estate.
Tri-CIty Towel Supply company.
Money to loan. See Beecher Bros.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
For bus. baggage;express, call Robb's.
The new fall hosiery is fast arriving
Go to Muscatine on the steamer W.
W., Sunday, Sept. 9.
Buy your school books and school
supplies at Trefz & Co.'s.
Matting at reduced prices next week
at McCabe's. Look early.
School books and school supplies of
all kinds at Trefz & Co.'s.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 1526-1528 Fourth avenue.
J. Ramser can show you all' the new
designs in sterling and plated table
Charming new autumn suits and
coats coming every day now at Mc
Cabe's. Have a look at J. Ramser's line of
solid gold brooches. Inexpensive and
Pupils may exchange their old music
readers and arithmetics for the new
ones at Trefa & Co.'s.
The hot blast Florence healing stovea
that created such a sensation last year
are again on sale at McCabe's.
You want new fall milliHery, Mc
Cabe's are preparing to show you all
the latest ideas from the east.
John P. Moore and Miss Laura Green,
both of Moline, were married this morn
ing by Justice G. Albert Johnson.
The great variety of smart hats for
immediate street wear at the Branden
burg millinery store will interest you.
.Don't fail to see J. Ramser's display
of diamond cut glass. Most beautiful
and artistic cut ever shown in the city.
The most pleasant way of spending
Sunday afternoon will be going to Mus
catine on the steamer W. W. at 3 p. m
Miss Brandenburg and Miss McCar
thy have returned from Chicago where
they have been making a study of the
fall fashions. .
Kingsbury's is the place to buy your
school books at the right prices. Plen
ty of new and second hand, and he
takers your old ones.
"Verithin" is the name of the "flat
watch sold by J. Ramser. Call and see
it, in solid gold and gold filled. Ladies'
and gentlemen's sizes.
Afternoon excursion to Muscatine on
the steamer W. W., Sunday, Sept. 9.
Leaves Rock Island 3 p. m.. returns 10
p. m. Fare, only 50 cents.
You never hear a complaint of the
Jenness Miller shoes for women, neith
er as to style, fit, comfort or wear. L.
S. McCabe & Co., sole agents.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
The social committee of the Y. M. C.
A., will meet this evening at the asso
ciation rooms for the purpose of dis-
.cussing the plans for the winter so
i The Social club of South Rock Island
all other costs
Phnne J Old-Wen M or
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 llth St., Rock Island
bat Made IVBilwa ykee FaroEis.
will give its second annual dance at
Woodmen hall Saturday evening, Sept.
8. Music by Bleuer's orchestra. Car
after the dance.
Schools open Monday. Take your
old books to Kingsbury's, -1705 Sec
ond avenue, and exchange them for
what you need. He has a full line of
second hand books and furnishes a
cover for each one. ; They are in good
condition and you save money on
them.- He has a full line of all the
new books, also tablets, pencils, com
position books, erasers, rulers and
paints. You get the right prices at
Kingsbury's, 1705 Second avenue.
INTERESTING ' PROGRAM
FOR THE CONVENTION
Announcements Are Issued for Annual
Meeting of County Sunday
The program for the 29th annual con
vention of the Rock Island County Sun
day School association in this city Sept.
18-19, has been Issued by Rev. Mariou
Humphreys, - the president, and the
program committee. The program in
cludes addresses by prominent Sunday
3chool workers, among whom are Rev.
W. Gardner Thrall, D.D., pastor of the
First English Lutheran church of Free
port, who is a very interesting speaker
and an enthusiastic Sunday school
worker. Professor A. J. Bond of Peo
ria will conduct the convention sing
ing and the program will be interspers
2d with musical selections. Mrs. J. A.
Miller of Davenport, a primary Sunday
school teacher, is on the program for a
oaper on primary work. L. W. Mc
Kown. of Davenport, who comes to the
convention from the summer Sunday
school at Winona Lake, Ind., will be
heard at the session.
The, entertainment committee has
provided entertainment for the dele
gates and a large attendance is expected.
TICKET AGENTS' CONFERENCE
Burlington Station Men Considering
Improvements In Service.
The ticket agents of the Burlington
in the tri-cities, Clinton, Galesburg,
and Savannah, together with H. W.
Crawford, division freight agent, J. W.
Mulherne, superintendent of the Gales
burg division and F. L. Johnson of
Chicago, inspector of station service,
are in session here today for the pur
pose of bringing about an improve
ment in the service.
WILL ADMITTED TO PROBATE
Mrs. Lucinda Warner Bequeathed
Property to Her Daughters.
The will of the late Lucinda N. War
ner of Warner's Crossing, was admit
ted to probate this morning in the
county court by Judge E. E. Parmen
tcr. The will, which was executed
June 21, 190C, provides for a division
of the property among the daughters,
Mrs. Mira Porter, Mrs. Emma Fisk,
Mrs. Minnie C. Mitchell, and Mrs. Net
tie J. Young. The Peoples Savings
Bank & Trust company of Moline, Is
named as executor.
SPECIAL SCHOOL NOTICE.
Crampton's Book Store, 1719 Second
Avenue, Headquarters for Books,
As usual, we have the largest assort
ment of new and second hand school
books In the city. We will buy your
old books or exchange them for new
ones. A pen wiper .given away free
with every purchaser
Our special $1.50 fountain pen now
T 5 cc xx t s
CRAMPTON'S BOOK STORE,
1719 Second Avenue.
REPORTS SHOW PROGRESS
German Methodist Sunday School
Elects Officers In the Churches.
The German Methodist Sunday
school has just closed a very success
ful year. The reports show an In
crease In the number of pupils and in
the regular attendance. The collec
tilons for missions show an encourag
ing increase. Officers for the ensuing
year were elected and are as follows:
Superintendent, Karl Btrkenmcyer;
Vice Superintendent, William Emig;
Secretary, William Brox; Treasurer,
John Koch; Librarians, Walter Koenig
and Miss Eliza Brox; Organist, Miss
Lina Brox. ;
Rev. H. W. Reed of the First Bap
tist church has arranged to give a
series of sermons Sunday mornings
during the month of September on
"The Bible." The first was given last
Sunday. The topics for tomorrow and
the three following Sundays are: The
Teachings of the Bible, and the Teach
ings oX Science; The Idea in the Bible;
Christ, as Compared With Other Great
Men or Geniuses; Chris's Prospects
Tomorrow evening at the First Meth
odist church there will be a song serv
ice and the pastor, Rev. R. B. Williams
will deliver a short address. :
At the Edgewood Baptist church
there will be a Sunday school day
service at 10:30 o'clock, with a special
program of music and recitations and
the pastor. Rev. H. B. Hazen will de
liver a special sermon to the young
Miss Gertrude Carse will sing solos
at the morning and evening services
at Broadway Presbyterian church tomorrow.
CUTS HIS FACE IN PLAY
Twenty-four Stitches Required to Close
Lee Deering's Wounds.
Lee Deeriug, son of II. II. Deering.
Thirty-eighth street and Fourteenth
avenue, accidentally ran Into a plate
glass door- this morning while playing,
and as a result sustained cuts about
his face and head that - required 24
stitches to close. He was removed
from the office of the physician who
attended him to his home, in the city
New Cruiser Shows Speed.
Washington, Sept. 8. A report has
been received at the navy -department
stating that the cruiser Raleigh has
made a trial; sailing out of Tokio bay.
It was a full power run for six hours,
and the Raleight attained a maximum
speed of 25.5 knots for more than an
hour, and an average speed of 20
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree
able and so. natural you, can hardly re
alize it Is; produced 'by a mediefne.
These tablets also cure, 'indigestion.
For sale b alt leading- druggists.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co. Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co.. ...... .New York
Traders' Ins. Co. ..: Chicago, HL
Williamsburg Ins. Co....;... New Yor!c
Mew Hampshire Ins. Co.. .N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co.. ..... .New. York
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn,
fns. Co. State of Illinois. . .Rocktord, 111.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
low as consistent with security.
CRYSTAL IS INCORPORATED
New Theater Company In Rock Island
Has Capital of $3,400.
Springfield, I1L, Sept. 8. (Special.)
The secretary of state issued a license
to incorporate today to the Crystal
Theater Amusement company of Rock
Island; capital stock, $3,400; object,
amusements. The Incorporators are
Francis Livingstone, C. W. Wright,' and
IF A MAN LOVES A-GIRL
THAT'S HIS BUSINESS!
IF A GIRL LOVES A MAN .
THAT'S HER BUSINESS!
IF THEY WANT TO GET
THAT'S THEIR BUSINESS!
BUT TO FURNISH THE
THAT'S OUR BUSINES3!
J J" BP
70? t AVt
CO TO THE
R. I. MACHINE 'SHOP.
lll-lls Nineteenth St, Reck ZaUnd. III.
FOR YOUR MACHINE REPAIRS.
Hel aa Exscvtmcmtml Wrk. Gt
lla?Kaste AtmktlM mm
ml Rev! Wwrk ( all