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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1907.
GIFT OF PROPERTY
Lot and Parsonage Given ' to
Edgewood Baptist Church
by Mrs. Pauline Sinnet.
MAY REMOVE THE BUILDING
Church May Be Located on New Site
Zion Lutheran Corner Stone to
Be Laid April 14.
At the services of tlie Edgewood
Baptist church yesterday morning an
nouncement was made of the gift to
the church of the property at the cor
ner of Forty-fourth street and KiUH
avenue by Mrs. Pauline Sinnet. The
properly lias a frontage on Fifth ave
nue of C4 feet and is 175 feet deep, and a
house is on the lot, which' the congre
gation will me as a parsonage. A con
gregational meeting will be held next
Monday evining at which time it will
be decided what disposition to make of
the property, and whether or not the
church building will be moved to the
I'lii ii ('(truer Mom- I.Iiik
The building committee of the Ziin
Lutheran church lias set April 11 as
the date fur tie la.ing of the corner
stone of the new church. Arrange
ments have not as yet been completed
for the services which will bo ;n
charge of Hev. F. A. hinder of Ge
neva, 111., president of the Illinois con
ference, and Rev. Dr. Hrodeeu et
Orion, prt side nt of the Rock Island
Spfcin! 1iim1c:iI iiihIktm.
An unusually large congregation wis
present at the services at the First
Methodist church last ovtnitig. There
were special musical numbers which
included a euphonion solo by Franklin
Williams, accompanied on the piano ,iv
Mrs. F. Williams, a duet by J. W.
Crandall and 1). V.
soh), "Bethlehem." by
The pastor. Rev. R. B.
The Broadway and Central Presbv
terian churches joined yesterday in
union services, the morning services
being held at the Central church, an 1
that in the evening at the Broadw'y
Will Sinn ItrNiirrecllnn.
So many requests have been made
that the 'Resurrection." by Porter, the
cantata which was given at the Broad
way Presbyterian church last Easter,
be repeated, that the committee in
charge has decided to give the cantata
again this Easter. The first rehear
sal will be held next Sunday afternoon
at the church, and all the singers who
took part last year are invited to as
Fist again this year.
hearsal Thursday evening in thj
Next Sunday evening the church
choir will give a song service.
Central Presbyterian. Tomorrow
evening at S o'clock in the church,
Mrs. Marion Humphreys assisted by
J. J. Lines, will give a recital.
Mid week prayer service will be
held Wednesday evening at 7:30
o'clock, the subject for the evening
will be "The Responsibility of the
Thursday evening the teachers'
training class will meet at the home of
Rev. Marion Humphreys, 1014 Seven
Broadway Presbyterian Ruth's ban !
will meet Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. C. E. Sharpe, 2111 Eighth avenu.
Tea will be served at 5 o'clock.
Prayer service will be held Wednes
day evening in the church.
Council, and a
D. W. Conneil.
Williams gave a
IN THE CHURCHES.
United Presbyterian. Prayer meet
ing will be held Wednesday evening
followed by a meeting o!
Hill Missionary society
open meeting at the
and will be
will hold an
First Baptist. Prayer service will
be held Wednesday evening in the
The Ladies' Aid society will meet r.
" o'clock Friday afternoon in the
The Baptist Young Peoples' union
will give a literary and musical pro
gram and sociable at the church Fri
Grace Lutheran. The Forward soci
ety will meet this evening in the lec
ture room of the church.
The coufii mation classes will met
Tuesday and Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock and Saturday afternoon at 2
in thet church.
A coffee sociable will be given Wed
nesday afternoon and evening at tho
Prayer service will be held Wednes
day evening and will be followed by u
meeting of the church council.
The cantata chorus will meet for re-
church Fridav evening Reports for
the year will be read and refreshments
will be served. A short program wm!
be given, which will consist of miisie.il
numbers, and a dialogue entitled "The
What and the Why of the Woman's
Missionary Society in the 1'nited Pres
byterian Church." and will be partici
pated in by 10 members of the society.
Memorial Christian. There will lie
a meeting of the Sunday school teach
ers this evening at 7:1.") at. the hone
of Mrs. Richardson, 111 Sixteenth
The men's congress will meet in the
church tomorrow evening at S o'clock.
A public reception will be givn
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Clcmnier at the
church Wednesday evening.
The Christian's Women's Board of
Missions will meet in the church
Thursday evening and Mrs. Van Horn
will be the hostess.
First Methodist. The Daughters of
the Covenant will meet, this evening a.1
7:30 o'clock at the home of Miss Mil'.i
cent Spencer, 7o5 Twentieth street.
Prayer service and Sunday school
teachers' meeting will be held Wednes
day eve ning in the church.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the
home of Mrs. F. K. Rhoads. 1032 Twenty-first
The Ladies' Aid society will give a
supper Friday evening at ( o'clock .'n
The social committee of the Epworth
league will meet after prayer meeting
Wednesday evening in the pastor's
Choir rehearsal will be held Satur
day evening in the church.
Free Methodist. Holiness meeting
will be held in the church Tuesday
evening at 7:3).
Cottage meeting will be held at A
Brown's. 1527 Thirtieth street. Wednes
day at 7:30.
Prayer meeting will be held in the
church Thursday evening at 7:30.
I'reaciiing service win tie held m
the church at Sherrard Friday evening.
UMMI JIMl n I I IMCT UltU'M II Ill I M.p. t.g Mi,yH
Sooim IB GoineS
1707 V AVI
our repair business.
This is the day of the expert
and specialist the all-round man
in the crafts or professions has
passed. If you are sick, there's
a specialist in your disease; if
you go to law, there's an expert
in 6uch cases to prosecute or de
fend; if your watch or jewelry
needs repairing, there are men
trained to do that work.
We make a study cf your re
quirements, with an eye to econ
omy and highest efficiency in re
sults. Tell us your troubles today.
Zion Lutheran. The Young Peoples'
society will meet this evening at the
home of S. P. A. Lindahl, 1010 Thirty
The confirmation class will meet to
morrow evening at i o clock in tho
church. At 8 o'clock the Sunday school
teachers will meet at the Reyneilds
.ome. 4112 Seventh avenue.
Prayer service will be held Wednes
day evening in the church.
Thursday evening there will be prat
er services at the carison home, on
The Boys' society will meet Satur
lav afternoon with Ieonard Olson
4425 Seventh avenue.
The Girl's seiciety will meet Satur
day afternoon with Olga Larson, 3!))G
The confirmation class will meet t
4:30 o'clock in the church Saturday
107 a AVI
Trinity Episcopal. The Vestment
guild will meet tomorrow afterneion a
I o'clock in the choir room.
Trinity guild will meet in the choi
room at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon.
Xext Sunday is the day appoint!
for the second quarterly offering o
Rev. W. W. Love of Grace cattle
dral, Davenport, will deliver the ser
mon at the Wednesday evening sev
kov. A. l. i;rnest itoss ot lrinity
church, Muscatine, will have charge of
the Friday evening services.
If you haven't had a chance to attend this sale you must do so
this week or never, for we have decided that the
Sale of the Harris . Mess Stock Must
Close Saturday Night, March 16 5 5 S
Not one article in this great stock will remain, for all regard for former
prices will be thrown to the winds. Everything Must Go. Every
thing Will Go. You reap the benefits, for every purchase means a
PRISONER IS DEAD
rank Owens, Awaiting Action
of Grand Jury, Succumbs
DIES AT THE HOSPITAL
Confined in Default of $300 Bond to
Answer Charge of Larceny
Home in Davenport.
coal on account of the weight of wa
ter. Try Mueller's.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 152G-15:!S Fourth avenue.
The Harris & lliss sale positively
closes Saturday. Lango a licit maun.
During Lent tho Rock Island house
cafe will make a specialty of fish din
ners. Lewis' Single Kinder straight 5 cents.
You pay It) cents for cigars not so
Only live more bargain days at the
Hauls Ai Hess sale. Lunge & Iloit
uiann. Tickets for Mrs. Marion Humphrey's
recital at the Central church tomorrow , death of his father, Joseph H. Drips
Thirty-eighth street, death being due
to heart trouble, from which she had
been suffering since January. She was
born in Teira Coupel, Ind., and was 50
years of age. She had been a resident
of this e-ity for the last three years and
during that time was a very active
member in the Spencer Memorial
chinch. She is survived by her hus
band, two daughters, Inez and Leon a,
at home, and two sisters, Mrs. Ellen
Lawton of Jefferson, Iowa, and Mrs.
Humes Huston of New Carlisle, Ind.
Joseph H. Drips.
W. T. Drips of South Heights, was
, called to Shaffton, Iowa, today by the
Frank Owens of Davenport, uml.r
bonds to the grand jury fur the theft
of a coat from the front of Jolinav
Jones' second hand store, died at. St.
Anthony's hospital yesterday afternoon
at 2- o'clock. Owens was taken ill j:t
the county jail, where he had ben
confined since Jan. 30 in default f
the $300 bonds required, and Thursday
was removed to Si. Anthony's hospital.
He was suffering from pneumonia, and
tho effect of li is confinement in the
overcrowded jail made his conditio. l
more serious. When Sheriff Kittils":i
called the attention of the board of su
pervisors to tile -condition of the jail
Thursday, he mentioned the case -f
Owens, the prisoner then having a
temperature of 105 degrees. The
county physician. Dr. C. J. Rochow.
who attended Owens, states that on a
of the worst features of the jail is the
lack of ventilation in the cedls, and
that this is particularly serious in
cases ef even slight illness.
Ilomr ill l):i venpurt.
Owens was a stepsem eif Paul
Stringer of Davenport. He gave his
name, when he was arrested, as Bert
Rloomington, and his home as Sion
City. He was about 24 years of as?.
He served a term in the Iowa reform
school, being sent there in 1901.
ENOS SERIES OF LECTURES
Rev. H. W. Reed Addresses Men at Y.
M. C. A. Meeting.
The Ynens' and boys' mendings ::t
the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon
were both fairly well attended. Rev.
H. V. Reed gave the last of his series
of lectures on the life of Christ at the
men's meeting, his subject being, "The
Character Work and Teachings tf
Christ." The lecture was supplement
al to those he had already given on
Christ's life. There were about sixty
boys present at the boys' meeting at
2:15. The boys were addressed on
the life of Moses. Storeopticon views
were used to illustrate the lecture.
Threatening weutlior, with xliowers,
luniKlit nml Tiii-mla ; iiiiMlrnile tcmper
n In re touiulit: rooter tomorrow nflcr
uoon; the lowrxl teniiieriiture tonight
Mill lie nliove the freezing point.
J. M. SIIItltir.lt, l.oc-nl 1 orecuNtcr.
Temperature tit 7 n. in., 2S; nt 3:30
p. in.. 43. lnimmii temperature In l:int
24 hours, 4tl; minimum. 2S. Velocity nt
wind nt 7 II. III., 4 HiileM per hour. SttiKi
of lvnter, n.3 feet, H full of foot in lust
evening are 35 cents.
Bleiier-Henienway orchestra at the
Harper every Sunday evening from G
to !, during dinner hours.
A comprehensive' showing of the
new spring style s in silks and dress
goods. Young SL- McCombs'. j
The new spring styles in the popular
"Worth" dress skirts are now being
shown at Veiling & McCombs".
Goods must move fast at the Harris
A- Hi-sb sali' Only fivo more il:iv i
bargains. Lango &. Heilmanu.
Take your Sunday evening dinners
at the Harper house from G to S p. m.
Tables can be reserved by phone.
The big sale of the; Harris & Iles
stock closes Saturday night. You'll
have, to hurry. Lange it Heitmann.
The recital given Jiy Mrs. Laura
Schwab-Humphreys at the Central
church tomorrow e vening will begin at
The Brandenburg millinery s'tore
calls special attention to the FriUi
Scheff hats, and the air ships in a va
riety of styles.
Our millinery department is offering
many tempting bargains this week
1 lie new pretty street Hats arc-no-.
on display. Young & McCombs'.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Edward Hoover was sent te the coun
ty jail for 40 days this morning by Mag
istrate Elliott, on a charge of disorder
ly conduct. Charles Lnndgren of Mo
line was fined $10 and costs on a Use
A 10-day trip through Kansas, Okla
homa and Texas, over 3,000 miles of
traveling on privately conducted car.
Rate, $40, including meals and berth.
See us at once. Schaarmann & Thomp
son, 17121, Second avenue.
which took place at his home near
that place' at 11 o'clock last nnr.it.
cer was the cause of his demise. Mr.
Drips was born March 2S, 1S2S, in
Westmoreland county, Pa. He camo
to Iowa in 1S50, and took up his res
idence in Clinton county immediately
after the e-ivil war. He served during
that conflict in Company L eif the Gib
Iowa cavalry. Surviving are the wife
and eight of the' t( n children born
the couple. They aret Mrs. J. II.
Schaff, Mrs. A. L. Dupray. Joseph. H.
Drips, and Victor 1. Drips, all living
near Shaffton t Mrs. A. M. Pelham of
Doyle, Ark.; Mrs. J. C. Trainer of Cal
houn. Mo.; J. V. Drips of Gann Vallev,
S. I).: and W. T. Drips of South
Heights. Mr. Drips was a member ..f
a family of 11 children ejf which a sis
ter. Mrs. J. C. Powell of MacGregor,
Iowa, is now the sole survivor. The
funeral will be hedd tonunrow after
noon from the home.
Carl Edward Cowden.
Carl Edward Cowden, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Cowden, 1335 Fortv-
second street, died last evening it
G:15 at St. Anthony's hospital, aft
an illness of lu days with appendicitis.
soiiti .i t!ie seriousness of tlie !!!-
ness was ntiticed, lie was taken to me
hospital for an operation, and the be:
medical attention possible given him.
He was born in Parsems. Kan., Dj.
15. 1S!)2, coming from there to this
city about five years ago. He was a
very bright and intelligent boy. and
was popular among his school mates
and in the Sunday school circles of the
Spencer Memorial church. He is sur-.
vived by his parents, two sisters.
Iduna and Ethel, and three brothers,
Omer W.. Clifford, and Asa R., all of
this city. This is the first death hi
the family. Funeral services will ue
held freim the Spencer Memorial
church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.
The services will be conducted by th
pastor. Rev. W. P. McVey, assisted bv
Rev. E. W. Thompson. Burial will
take place at Chlppiannock cemetery.
Graceful skating contest by couples,
beginning Monday. March 11, 14, ami
15. Couple race Wednesday, March 13.
. Easter Outer Garments Beckon
And are attracting no end of atten
tion. See our new spring Eton suits
and short fitted jackets.
YOUNG & M'COMBS.
LaSalle coal at Mueller's.
Fish and oysters at Aten's. .
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Trl-City Towel Siipply company.
Walk-Over shoes. Lage-Waters.
Bulk garden seeds at Passig Bros.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Coal going at lowest prices at Muel
Fish dinners during Lent at the
Rock Island house cafe.
75 cents saved on shed protected
SMART NEW CO A TS
For Women and Misses
George Tin is Keils. 4-monlhsedd soti
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kells, died
yesterday morning at 10:3.) at lii"'
home, 520 Sixth street, death being
due to complicatieins resulting from
pneumonia. The little one is sur
vived by its parents and one brother,
Bert, at home. Funeral services were
held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from
the home. The services were conduct
ed by Rev. R. B. Williams, pastor of
the First Methodist church. Biirhl
took place at Chippiannock cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Uhl.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Uhl died last
evening at 9 o'clock at the home, C31
"Wo arc shewing now a complete
line of the new spring models; the
greatest assortment to be found in
this vicinity. Don't put off buy-iiip-
thiiikiiii? something better is
coming; its hardly probable. Coat
rrg?sstylos are not only approved; tuey
are absolutely fixed, and are sure
to prevail throughout the season.
Get first choice and you will have
all the wearing time. A splendid
assortment of the popular black
jackets in broadcloths, Venetians
and silk. We are offering values at
$5$6 $7-50, up to $25
that are unexcelled anywhere
At this price we show many styles in coats in covert and novelty plaids
and checks, with velvet collars aiid handsomely trimmed; or if you prefer
a silk coat, we have pretty taffeta etons, satin lined, at the same price.
Tho price of every garment in our stock is marked in plain . figures,
and you can feel assured that the price we ask of you is the only one and
the very lowest that any one pays. No discounts tp any one and no so- .
called ''Special Sales," Vet we are growing steadily. AVe mark all goods,
right from the start to meet all such competition. This has always been
the policy of our store. How do you like it?
. Second St.
The 3ee Hibe