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rriTV. A1JP.I Til IT I? 11 A V ( ' K 18. 1 OOfi.
Exercises at Newly Erected Free
Methodist Structure to be
SERMON BY BISHOP HOGUE
Tent Formerly Used for Meeting Place
By Congregation Organized Over
a Year Ago.
Tlii' newly erected Free Methodist
church, on Ninth avenue near Fif
teenth si i t et, is to be dedicated Stiu
day. Bishop Wilson T. Jlogue of Ev
anston being In charge of the dedica
tory services. Bichop Hogue will de-
CIev;r new ideas
in Voting M ;u's Hats at $l
The newest wrinkles in Younir Mmi's Suit styles
Newest fabrics anil patterns, from
$15 to S30
The swellest Fall or Winter Overcoats you'll lind
$15 to S52
The new novelty, (Jerman Knit Vests,
New linos of Hosiery., Ties, Shirts, Gloves, lln
derweai all sorts of .Toggery priced withia the
reach of all.
We've '"sprung" everything hut the pocketbooks
of our patrons. We've made them smile.
If you don't know our ways from personal ex
perience, 3Tou ought to.
cities, on. the sea, in' the wilderness.
Among them will be five serial stories
by five Companion favorites: Hamlin
Garland, Adeline Knapp. Ralph Bar
bour, Grace Richmond, and Holman F.
Day. There will be a series, alsobased
upon incidents in American history, il
lustrative of life and' times in America
froai the first colonial planting to the
cldse of the civil war. :
One thousand short notes, giving con
cisely, clearly and . accurately the im
portant news of the times in public af
fairs, anrl in the fields of science and
Three hundred contributors, giving
assurance that every need and every
taste aniong Companion readers will bo
satisfied. Governor Folk of Missouri,
Edward Everett Hale, Margaret De
land. Colonel T. W. Higginson, Com
mander Eva Booth of the Salvation
Army, General A. V. Grcely, and Ion
Perdicaris are among them.
Two thousand one-minute stories,
anecdotes, bits of humor sketches
which take not more than a minute to
read. They are always new. always
well told, and in great quest by preach
ers and after-dinner speakers.
A full announcement of the new vol
ume will be sent with sample copies
of the paper to any address on request.
The new subscriber for 1907 who sends
$1.75 for the new volume at once will
receive free a'A the remaining issues
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graphed in 12 colors and gold.
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! THE YOUTH'S COMPANION.
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WOVE TQ COMBINE
Presbyterian Synod of Illinois
Would Close Union With
REV. MARQUIS ON COMMITTEE
Rev. S. F. Wilson of Mattoon Succeeds
Rock Island Man as Moderator.
HIVE It RIP LETS.
REV. C. M.
Pastor of Free
Tried For the
REMODEL FERRY TO
Changes Made in. the T. J. Robinson's
Arrangement p Anticipation of
Closing of Bridge.
.In anticipation of the possibility of
the closing of the bridge over the
slough, preparatory to the construc
tion of the new structure. Captain M.
L. Henderson of the Ruck Island-Da v
rnport Ferry company. Wax prepared
to handle the; team traffic and has had
the ferry T. J. Robinson remodeled to
iiKct the requirements. The cabin has
bcon placed on the rear of the boat in
order to allow more room for teams,
the foredeck being left clear for this
purpose. It is understood that pass
age over the bridge may be prohibited
arly in the spring at the outside,
and it was for this reason
that Captain Henderson has made
preparations. Both the T. .1. Robinson
and the Davenport will bo in service
about Nov. 1. running opposite each oth
er for a time.
WIRELESS" SEEMS BIG FAKE
Irvin Hanson, Burlington Youth, Fails
to Make Good in Tests.
After an extended investigation the j
Burlington Hawk-Eye has about arriv- ,
ed at the conclusion that the so-called j
wirt less telegraph system which Irvin
V. Hanson, the 17-year-old youth who '
lives near that city claims to have in- f
vented and to use daily in communica-
tion with L. D. Dekker. a friend at
Waynesboro. Va.. is a big fake. For ,
some days the attempt has been made ;
to have young Hanson send a message
by wireless to be returned to Burling
ton by wire, but in every case some ex- ,
cuse was offered by the supposed in
ventor. The motive the young man
has in making dupes of his parents j
and ueighlHr has not been brought out. .
liver a sermon at the church Saturday
evening, and will conduct the dedica
tory services Sunday afternoon at
2:::o. He will possibly preach Sunday
evening also. He will be assisted by
Rev. C. M, Stirdivanf. the pastor, and
by other ministers of this district.
OrKiii'! a -ar Ak.
The Free Methodist church lure was
organized July 21. P..". by Rev. B. 1).
Fay. For some time the meetings were
held in a tent pitched in the eastern
part of the city. During the winter
. the services were held in a hall on
Second avenue, and when warm weath
j er eanie again this summer, a tent was
pitched tin Ninth avenue, at the site of
the new church building. Rev. B. I).
Fay. district elder of the Kewanee district-is
largely responsible tor the erec
tion of the structure, and the pastor.
Rev. C. M. Stirdivant, save him very
able assistance in the work.
Iill Illxtrlet 'onfrrent'c
This evening the district conference
is to be-held at the church, several of
the pastors from other cities being in
The stage of water was 4.G5 all day
The Ruth was north and south and
the Mac came down.
RIVER FORECAST. .
Only very slight changes in the Mis
sissippi will occur from below Du
buque to Muscatine.
tage. light Chge. fall
St. Paul 11 5.2
Red Wing 14
Reeds Landing ..12
La Crosse 12 .
Prairie du Chien.4S
Dubuque IS 5.4
Le Claire lu 3.5
Rock Island 15 .4.C
D. Moines Rapids S 2.4
Keokuk 15 4.2
St. Louis 30 7.5
Memphis :::: 13.
New Orleans . 1( S.S
J. M. SHERIER. Lt)cal Forecaster.
OWNED 200,000 ACRES
OF LAND IN AMERICA
Lord William Scully Recently Natura!
ized as Citizen Passes Away
Bloomington. 111., Oct. 18. A cable
to Ferdinand Trapp, the Lincoln Amer
ican agent of Ixrd William Scully, an
nounces the death of the latter in Lon
don. He leaves 4G.000 acres of land in
central Illinois, 00,000 in Nebraska. 50,
000 in Kansas, and 40,000 in Missouri.
He owns a house in Washington, D. C,
and had lately become naturalized.
CrARAVlTED to ro twW
as far a Dt or If iutl tMillahf. I
, iwix rn n nnlrk. rrlllinr litwfr. I
and IXeN OT III Ft OFF.
FRKlv SA3IPLK A-Mr. rpc-5.
ITnont.rorliKH r.. Atft..7 Hniiunn St..N.Y.
TO CHOOSE DELEGATION
Representation of Y. M. C. A. at State
Meeting to be Selected Tonight.
II. B. Hayden has been selected to'
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txei 43 UXlri Jl LCItllil'lliU.-l J.v,i lilt
dinner and program this evening at
the Y. M. C. A. There will also be
addresses by Hope Thompson. Rev. O.
W. Lawrence, and A. L. Burnett. The
delegates for the state convention at
Aurora and the board of directors will
Several of the members of the
junior department convened last even-,
ing at the association rooms and or
ganized a bible class. Harry Franks
was chosen as the leader and the class
will mtet each Wednesday evening at
7:15 for study.
No other remedy on earth is so good
for children as Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea; makes them eat, sleep and
grow. Bright "eyes, rosy cheeks. Tea
or tablets, 35 cents. T. II. Thomas
BISHOP W. T. HOGUE,
Who Will Ielieite New Church.
attendance. District Y:ider"T5. D. F.-fy
will preside. This is the? regular quar
terly conference of the district.
.The Youth's Companion in 1907.
The Youth's Companion announces
among the attractions of its 52 issues
Two hundred practical papers, serv
iceable to young people who have their
way to make in the world, helpful in
their insistence on worthy ideals in
every relation of life, useful in the
home particularly the regular series,
"Till the Doctor Conies."
Two hundred fifty capital stories
humorous stories, character stories,
stories ef life on the farm, in the great
The Best Coal. Mined in Illinois.
A Coal That is All Coal!
No Slack, Slate or Stone.
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RocJk Island Fuel Co.
' SQt,E AGENTS.
Third Avenus and Twenty-third Street.' . - Both Phones
STATE D. A. P. IN SESSION
Reception for Illinois Members Held as
Opening Feature at Galesburg.
Galesburg, 111., Oct. IS. The Pth
annual conference of the Illinois chap
ter of the Daughters of the American
Revedution opened in this city last
night with a reception given by Mrs.
George A. Lawrence. The feature of
the evening was the presentation of a
miniature of Fort Massac to the vlee
president general, Mrs. M. T. Scott of
Bloomington, through whose influence
that histeric fort is to be preserved by
the state. Among the notables at the
reception were Mrs. Don McLean of
New York, president general, and Mrs.
B. A. Fessenden ef Chicago, state regent.
Mercer Farmers' Institute.
The Mercer county farmers' institute
will be held in .loy, Oct. 23 and 24. An
merest ing program is being arranged.
Prefessor Joseph Carter of the state
university at Champaign will deliver a
lecture. Miss Isabel Bevier, professor
of household science, will address the
domestic science session on the atter
neon of the 24th. .
Building Association Men Meet.
Peoria, 111., Oct. 18. Chicago will be
the meeting place of the Building Asso
ciation league next July. The selection
was made last night by the delegates
to the league convention which opened
Wounds, Bruises and Burns.
By applying an antiseptic dressing
to wounds, bruises, burns and like in
juries before inflammation sets in, they
may be healed without maturation and
In about one-third the time required
for the old treatment. This is the
greatest discovery and triumph of
modern surgery. Chamberlain's Pain
Balm acts on this same principle. It
Is an antiseptic and when applied to
such injuries, causes them to heal
very quickly. It also allays the pain
and soreness and prevents any danger
of blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of
Pain Balm in your home and It will
pave you time and money, not to men
tion the inconvenience and suffering
such injuries entail. For sale by all
East St! Louis, III., Oct. 18. The
Presbyterian synod of Illinois, holding
its 21th annual session in this city, yes
terday took the initiative in an effort
to combine the two synods of Illinois,
the other being the Cumberland synod.
Thomas E. Ixigan of Springfield, W. H.
Penhellegon of Decatur, W. S. Marquis
of Rock Island, T. to. Carson of Chica
go, Hugh Jacks of Peoria, S. F. Wilson
of Neoga, A. H. Mills of Decatur, and
George A. Richards of Mount Carmel
were appointed a committee to meet a
like committee from the other synod
in Chicago on Feb. 5,' Ilt07, to devise
ways and means for the consolidation.
The session will end tonight. The fol
lowing officers were elected:
Moderator Rev. S. F. Wrilson, Mat
toon. Vice Moderator Rev. W. H. Penhel
Permanent Clerk Rev. C. H. John
Temporary Clerks Rev. W. F. Goff,
Chicago: Rev. Charles M. Robb. Rock
' t lioltc I ii ion MeetN.
Streator, 111.. Oct. IS. Two hundred
delegates from four states, Illinois, In
diana. Iowa and Missouri, are here at
tending the biennial .convention of the
Western Catholic Union. Supreme
President Heckenkamp in his address
recommended the creation of the office
of president for each state, the exten
sion of the age limit to 55 years, and
the adoption of a special scale oi rates
for hazardous occupations.
PECULIAR ACCIDENT AT GALYA
Pieces of Dray Struck by Engine In
jure Two Women.
Three persons were injured in a pe
culiar accident at Galva Tuesday. The
victims are Mrs. Olof Nelson of Bishop
Hill, and her sister. Mrs. Alfred John
son of Trimghar, Iowa, and Charles
Morton of Galva. Morton was driving
a dray acrtss the railway track and
the ladies were standing near. A light
engine came past and struck the vehi
cle, smashing it to kindling wood, hurl
ing the driver 100 feet. Pieces of the
dray struck the women and rendered
both unconscious. Both were severely
bruised, but are expected to recover.
Morton, to the surprise of all who saw
the accident, picked himself up from
where he had fallen and walked away,
though it may develop that he is inter
nally injured. The horses were not in
711',. 78, 7S.
Chicago. Oct. IS. Following are the
market quotations today
December, 74, 74, 7 1 Vi . 71,i.
July. 78. 78. 78. 78
December, 1 2 14. 42. -12 Vi. 42.
May, !:;., 43. 43.. 43.
July, 1 1, 4 1, 13 ', 13
Oats. December. 33. 33. 33, 33.
May, 35, 35, 35, 35.
July, 33, 33. 33, 33.
January, 13.C5, 13.72, 13. Co, 13.70.
May. 13.87, 13.00, 13.87, 13.1MI.
October, 0.40. 0.40, 9.37. 0.37.
January. 8.15. S.17. S.12. 8.15.
May, 8.27, . , 8.27.
OcU)bcr. 8.15, S.15. 8.15, .8.15.
January. 7.12. 7.45. 7.40, 7.45.
May, 7.G0, 7.G5, 7.00. 7.G2.
Receipts today Wheat, M; corn.
205; oats, 25;j.
Hogs, 21,000; cattle, 13,000; sheep.
Hogs left over, 5.500.
Hog market opened steady Light
COO tf.50; mixed and butchers (.05(?
0.55; good heavy 5.9oG.5o; rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha. 4,500; cattle, 7.000;
lmgs at Kansas City, 7,000; cattle, 9,-
U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. in Hog mar
ket, strong to 5e, higher Light GMIfi
G.52; mixed and butchers G.lOpi ti.t.O;
good heavy 5.95&G.G0; rough heavy
Cattle market steady to shade lower.
Beeves 3.90ft 7.30; cows and heifers
1.404.50; stockers and feeders 2.50Q
Sheep market steady.
Hoe market closed steadv Lisht
G.056.50; good heavy 5.95G.G0; mix
ed and butchers G.IOQ'G.GO; rough
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York. Oct. 18. Gas 90, U. P.
187, U. S. Steel preferred 107Vz. U. S.
Steel common 49 Reading 151, Rock
Island pre ferred GG. Rock Island com
mon 28,. O. & W. 47 ln, Southern Pa
cific 94, N. Y. Central 132, Missouri Pa
cific 9G. L. & N. 147, Smelters 159 Ya.
C. F. I. Canadian Pacific 180.
HAVE YOUR OWN WAY ABOUT IT. IT'S ALL THE SAME TO
US, AND THE DESCRIPTION FITS JUST THE SAME.
THERE IS NO HOLD UP OR FANCY PROFIT INCLUDED IN
THE PRICES NAMED BELOW. EVERY LOT IS WORTH EVERY
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A BUILDING LOT, YOU CAN'T
HELP BEING INTERESTED.
HOW DO THESE STRIKE YOU?
Fine building lots, 40x127, one block and less from street car; beauti
ful location; high, dry and level; a dollar down and a dollar a month
you can pay more if yoif want to. Corner lots at $350. Inside
lots at $325
Building lots em Eighteenth avenue, near Twenty-fifth street;
41x125; right on car line $300
A splendid east front lot on Ninth stree-t; 12 feet front; nas$175
drilled well em it; $25 down anrl the balance on easy terms $500
Lots oil Fourteenth street, betwein Eleventh and Twelfth avenues;
cement sidewalks; easy payments $500
A half acre of ground on Twenty-seventh street, near city limits,
A lot on Forty-fourth street, near Blue line cars; 50x110; pave
ment all paid for $800
An ekjgant east front lot on Fourteenth-and-a-half street, near Tenth
avenue; 45 feet frontage; strictly 'a first class location; the
price' is decidedly right $825
A large lot, 80x180, near Seventeenth street and Ninth avenue; can be
divided into two beautiful lots. If you know anything about prices
in that neighborhood, you know it is a snap at $1,650
A six-room house on Fortieth street, block from street cars, four
blocks from public schools; lot 50x150 $1,450
A two-story eight-room house on Thirteenth avenue, near Tenth street;
has furnace and city water; lot 40x130; will sell on easy terms;
a snap at $1,850
A seven-room house on Twenty-fifth stroet, near Thirteenth avenue;
city water; lot 50x140; can be bought on easy terms,
A good seven-room house on Thirty-eighth si net, near Fifth avenue;
stone foundation; cement sidewalks; city water: eleetrie lights ;
sewer; lot 50x.oi; good location for roomers; only $2,650
An 11 percent investment proposition on Third avenue; $3,ooo
will swing it $3,000
A modern house on Sixth avenue, near Twenty-ninth street; six rooinfi;
lot 40x140; only a block from three different car lines; a pretty
home with all conveniences $2,800
A modern seven-room house on Thirtieth street, near Seventh avenue;
hot air furnafce. electric lighfs, gas stove; size of lot GuxlSO;
room for another house; east front $3,200
A good eight-room house on Twenty-first street, near Ninth avenue; east
front; modern arrangement throughout, but has nei furnace; nice recep
tion hall; stone foundation; small barn; lot 50x110; one of the
best locations in town $3,400
A modern six-room cottage on Fourteenth street, near Tenth avenue;
hot water heat; stone foundation; a well built house through
out; casti or easy terms ....$3,300
A splendid two-story seven-room house on Fourteenth street;
modern throughout; east front; cement sidewalk $3,600
An eight-room nouse on Twentieth street; hot water heat, fire
place and all modern conveniences; a decided snap at $3,800
We have some first class investments in business property.
We keep open Wednesday 'and Saturday evenings.
"IF YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY KEEP YOUR EYE ON THIS AD"
SCHREINER & HUBBARD.
Heal Estate and Insurance.
1801.' Second Avenue, Upstairs.
Old Phone 702V.
To Help Over the Hard Places.
Has sickness or forced idleness caused you to go in
debt? Has the approaching fall necessitated a larger ex
penditure of cash than you had figured on, causing you to
be temporarily pressed forr money, or have you numerous
outstanding accounts that seem to take all you are able
Our plan was devised to meet just such conditions.
We'll advance you enough money to clean them all up, then
you'll have the total all in one, on which you can make
large or small monthly payments and have something left
out of your salary to meet other living expenses. This sim
plifies the whole matter and makes it more convenient for
you. We arrange these loans quickly and without publicity
on your furniture, piano, horses, wagons, etc.
Fidelity Loan Co.,
Mltchttl & Lynda Block, Room 33. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evening. Telephone
West 614. New Telephone 6011
Illinois Central 173. Penna 143, Erie
4G, C. & O. Gl, B. R. T. 79. B. & O.
122. Atchison common 102. Sugar 13G,
St. Paul 175, Copper 11G. Republic
Steel preferred 9S. Republic Steel
common 37, Southern Ry. 3314.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stck, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. Oct. 18. Following are
the wholesale quotations In today's
Provisions and Produce.
Llvo Poultry Spring chickens, J3.K0
to $4.00 per dozen; hens, per lb., 8c;
ducks, per lb., 10c; Jurkeys, per lb.,
13c; geese, per lb.," 11c.
Butter Dairy, 20 to 21c.
Vcgetables-i-Potatocs, ney, 50c.
Eggs Fresh, 21c.
Cattle Steers. $3.50 to $5.50; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to S4.&0; calves, $4.60
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3 to $6;
lambs, $1.00 to $6.50.
Hogs Mixed, $3.50 to $0.23.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 48 to 50c; oats, 30 to
Wood Hard, per load Z to $5.50.
Forage Timothy hay. $13 to $14;
prairie, $10 to $13; clover, mUed, $12
to $13; straw, $6 to $7.
Coal Lump, bushel. 18c: slack, pel
bushel, 10c to 12c.