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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1908.
MORE ARE INJURED
Coasting Results in Broken
Bones and Bruises for Sev
eral Young People.
SLED HITS AN AUTOMOBILE
Four Girls Are Hurt More or Less
Seriously Another Party Crashes
into Teiephone Pole.
were ripped open. . Several stitches
were required to close the wound.
Claude Johnston met with an acci
dent at Sixth avenue and Twelfth
street, Moline, colliding with a sleigh
while riding on a single sled. He re
ceived several severe bruises.
A boy was slightly injured in an ac
cident on Forty-fourth street last night
about 10 o'clock, when a sled overturned.
Several additional coasting acci
dents were added to the list Saturday
iiig'n. and a number of coasters were
more or less severely injured.
A bob sled bearing about 14 boys
and girls down Third street, Moline,
crashed into the automobile of John
V. Good, on Fourth avenue, and in
jured four of the party on the bob.
Mrs. Good and several ladies besides
the chauffuer were In the auto. The
i-hauffus-r was warned that the bob was
approaching but failed to stop and the
Med hit the machine. The young peo
ple were hurled into the air and the
force of the collision hurled the auto
mobile to one side, finth Johnson. 17
years old, residing at 42U Fourth ave
nue, Kiifreied a sprained ankle; Anna
Swanson, 17 yeuis old, living at ".20
Fifth avenue, suffered a fracture of
h r left I'g and was taken to the Mo
line hospital; Lena Godehn. aged 1C,
bad litr, right side badly bruised and
was remov 'd to her home, 221 Sixth
avenue, and Clara Clausseti, "u2 Fourth
avenue, aged 14 years, had her ankle
sprained and sustained bruises about
the head. None of the occur.an's of
the automobile was Injured.
Mil 'll-itnn I'omI.
A larg" b.)b steered by Clarence
Xorlh. and hearing about IS young
people, while coming down Twenty
l':f;!i street, Moline, was in danger of
hitting a street car on Sixth avenue,
jiiid young North took the alternative
of steering into a telephone post. The
lack of the sleds scraped the post, and
two girls v.vre injured. Anna Swan
son, aged 1;, living at 2 I'll Eleven", h
and n-fourih ;vcMiet sustain d a frac
ture of her right thigh bone, and
Laura Online, of 1 1 S2 Twenty-third
street, aged is years, sustained bruises
about the head and had several teeth
On SI:i;;!o Sl-1s.
Earl Mitten, while sliding on a sin
. r.le sled on Twenty-seventh street,
near Eleventh avenue, Moline, hit a
scoop shovel which was fastened in
the ground ami his forehead and nose
Italn or h ' tonight and Tnelny;
niil-r:itr temperature. The lowest tem
pera! urr twilight will be about the
J. M. Slir.mr.H. I.oenl 1'ureenNter.
rVORK HERE ENDED
Evangelists C. C. Smith and R.
H. Rooer Hold Closing Ser
vices in the City.
UVE SECURED RESULTS
During Evangelistic Meetings 100
Have Been Converted Big Au
diences at Y. M. C. A.
Tempera I lire nt 7 a. in., 31; at 3:110
1. in., :tT. Maximum temperature in luwi
'St hours, :ti; minimum, 27. Veloi-lty I
l ml ul 7 ii. ., ,1 miU'.M iter hour. Pre
feb. 10 In factory.
1702 T!ie Fret.eh ::tid Indian war ended by
treaty at I'm-ia. Decisive events wtrt
the tu!:i;if,- of Luuisbu; -jj. t!ie fall of
TicoiKicriiKa a:id the capture of Jue
beu. The Litter vietory decided the
war on land in America. Ily the terms
of t!;e treaty t'.'inada and its depend
encies v.rrc ceded to Great t'.iitahi.
lSTO-lIevcr.ly Join son. stati snian. died in
Aii:ialli ; K
10U4 President Koosevelt proclaimed the
neutrality of t'.iu I'nited States in the
lty? Kir William Howard ("Hull Hun")
Itu-seil. famous Kr.gllsh war corre
spondent, died In londou; born ISiU.
ILLINOIS THEATER, Wednesday, Feb. 12
BE PROMPT AT
2:30 AND 7:30 P. M.
There are hundreds of women
in this city who have an oppor
tunity to replenish their table
-ilver at their own prices. Scores
of people who need a watch.
Thousands who want jewelry
themselves. Here is the oppor
tunity. It is necessary that you be
here promptly at 2:30 p, m. to
get the sale started, because
anxjous as we are to reduce our
stock, we will not start a sale
until we have a large audience.
As stated before, the sale will
be discontinued when we feel
inclined tomorrow, or a month
Saturday evening we got a
good start. $10 bracelets sold
for $3.50; $25 watches sold for
$12 to $14; $2.50 teaspoons sold
for $1;; $9 watch fobs sold for
$4; $3 fountain pens sold for $1
But we don't care; we need
the money. .
1707 V AVI
Rock Isiano. Ilu
Tonight and Tomorrow Morning.
S'.in sets 5:14, rises C:G5. Moon sets
A'i a. in. Moon's ngc. 0 days. 3 p. in.,
planets Venus and Saturn in conjunction,
Venus passing lVi degrees north of Saturn,
from west to east; seen beautifully in
southeast this evening early. Sun's dee
linuiiin. 14. 'J decrees south of celeatiuj
Dr. Wrixon, the dentist, has
moved his office to more modern
quarters, Room 210 second floor,
Safety Bldg., corner 18th street
and Third avenue., Rock Island.
Loaf lard at Gilmoro's.
Buy a home of lleidy Bros.
Me to Jones for a cheap stove.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trtfz.
Don't forget the leap year party at
the roller rink Tuesday night.
Let Krell Sl Sieinon do your furnace
and tin work; 1:51c Third avenue.
Ilia; hole in cost. Now is the time
to build. IJuy of Mueller Lumber
I defy you to beat my prices on all
kinds of stoves. Jones, the second
Lewis Single Iiinder costs more
than other 5 cent cigars. Smokers
Don't shiver yourself into sickness;
take your small change to Jones and
get a stove.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. hoard of directors will be
held this evening. j
Easy to buy, easy to try, the best
wholesome, appetizing breakfast is
Mrs. Austin's famous pancakes.
The nose party at the rink comes off
Friday, the 14th. Bring your fake nose.
There will be fun for all. Don't miss it.
Any lady who needs a pair of shoes
for herself or little girl should certain
ly buy them on Tuesday at McCabe's.
For a good, wholesome, cheap break
fast, always buy Mrs. Austin's pancake
flour. Your grocer has a fresh supply.
College sociable given tomorrow ev
ening by the Young People's society
of the Broadway church in the Sun
day school room.
The grandest and best corset stock
in the west, ana a straignt discount
of 20 per cent on every corset sold at
McCabe's on Tuesday.
There will be a meeting of the As
sociated Charities tomorrow morning
at 10 at the office of .1. W. Stewart,
suite 305 Safety Deposit building.
Dr. I. B. Crissman will give another
talk, "The Young Man's Relation to
His Home," in the Y. M. C. A. locker
loom after class work this evening.
Tomorrow is women's day at Mc
Cahe's. Twenty per cent discount on
11 the corsets, 2 cents and 50 cents
hand back on each pair women's shoes
all day Tuesday.
The great piles of snowy muslin un
derwear for women shown at Mc
Cabe's are melting fast, exposed to the
enthusiastic appreciation of a thou
sand radiant women.
The home of Judge Emory C. Graves
at Geneseo was damaged by fire Frl
day night, a hole being burned in the
roof and the building saturated with
water. The cause is not known.
A number of teamsters may secure
employment hauling ice by applying
at the office of the Henning Brewing
company tomorrow morning, corner
Sixteenth street and First avenue.
The custom of sending valentines
was practiced by the ancient Romans
and in late years is again Immensely-'
popular. See the grand array at cramp-
ton's book utore and get the valentine
Miss Mary Hill, owing to her ab
sence from' the city, will not conduct
her dancing class Saturday, Feb. 15.
Upon her return she will notify her
patrons when she will resume her
Bartlett Bros, will give a Japanese
cup and saucer or plate or set of table
mats with every 50 cent purchase of
tea, coffee, extract or baking powder
all this week at the store, 1820 Third
The revival services which have
jeen conducted by Evangelists C C.
imith and R. H. Roper at the First
Methodist church for the past two and
i half weeks came to a close last even
ing. The seating capacity of the
hurch was taxed and the meeting
was one of the best of the series. Mr.
Smith conducted the services taking
as his topic the subjects of popular
amusements. He also gave valuable!
advice to young converts and delivered j
a pleasing address. Interest in the;
meetintr was increased by several I
snlcndid musical numbers, including ;r
.selections by the double male quartet
i violin solo by Miss Gertrude Housel, '3
a corner solo by Mrs. H. K. an uuzer
and solos and duets by Mr. Roper and
Mmi.v CoiiverxloiiM KeHiilt.
Yesterday 25 conversions were made.
making the total number that have
confessed Chi ist during this series of
services about Km). The conversions
lave not been alone in the Methodist
hurch, but include Iho.e who have ex
pressed a desire to join other churches,
A free will conti iimtion of $'.00 was
liven yesterday to the evangelists by
the members of the congregation. Th
vangelists have gone to Chicago
from where they will o to Fort Mad
ison, Iowa, tet conduct a series of re
At V. M. '. A.
Record breaking audiences were
present at the men's and boys' meet
ings held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium
yesterday afternoon. At th
men's meeting which was addressed
ALAX DALE, .New York's most
noted dramatic critic, says in the"
New York American:
THE TVO OF YOU
Continuing further, he says:
Cl'T OfT XI NK OF TIIK TEN'
Cl'IiRKXT I 'LAYS. SAVK YOL'It
TIM?. Yot'n MOSEY, YOL'K
I'ATIKXCK. Y( It'll TKMPKIl. lit'T
"The Three of Us"
SECOND SUCCESSFUL SEASON
WALTER N. LAWRENCE
THE GREATEST OF ALL AMERICAN PLAYS,
The Three of Us
Ily HAMtF.I. ItOTIIF.US,
Madison Square Company
EXACTLY AS IT WAS PRESENTED
ALL LAST SEASON
AT THE MADISON SQUARE THEATER. NEW YORK.
Prices: 25e, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
BOUNDING, BOLD SUC
X. Y. Evening Mail.
"A PLAY THAT IS A CREDIT
TOTIIK AMEU1CAX THEATEI1."
Seats now on sale at theater. Phone West 224.
"A REMARKABLE FEATURE
OF 'THE THREE OF VS' IS
THAT THOUGH IT IS A WEST
ERX PLAY, THERE IS NO
DRINKING ROUT, NO GUN PLAY,
NO RED SKINS, NO MURDER.
IT IS TRUE TO LIFE AXD
MAKES YOU FEEL THE UIG
XES.S AXD RREADTH OF THE
PEOPLE OF THE WEST. IT
meet Thursday evening at 7::'.0 at the
home of Rev. Marion Humphreys, lol l
WILL PUSH THE
First Baptist. Midweek
services will he held Wednesd;
eg in the church.
Friday afternoon the Ladies'
iety will met I in i lit- church pnrh.rs.
Zion Lutheran. This evening the
Young Men's society will meet in the
church at 7: LI.
Tomorrow evening at 7:Lr the 1907
confirmation class will meet at the
parsonage, 710 Forty-fourth street.
YvVdnesdiiy evening prayer services
will be held in the church.
Praver services will be held Thurs-
special , ,iav evening at the home of Mr. and
.Mrs. ! rederickson. on Fourth street
by Evangelist C. C. Siiiitn 22; men j ,)( tu .eon
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were jjnein. All. ciimu neneieu ;i 1"oi'"th
'(. ontidential Talk m his usual force
ful and helpful style. Moving views
of the Alps were shown and a double
rmariet consisting ot . Karr. ('. C.
Smith, X. P. Tucker, C. A. Hoge,
Roper, Arthur .lonassen. E. L.
brook and Rert Stoakes sang.
Mr. Roper talked at the boys' meet
ing, which was attended by 125 boys.
Mr. Roper talked along general moral
lines, giving a forceful talk. Moving
pictures were shown.
j Kriday afternoon at 2:"o the Ladies
I Aid society will meet with Mrs. O. 1
'.Olson. 1007 Forty-fourth street.
Friday evening prayer services will
lie held at the home of C. M. Carlson,
120 Sixth avenue, Moiinc.
Saturday afternoon at 2 the Boys
society will meet with Carl Anderson
112 Sixteenth avenue, Moline. The
.same afternoon at 4 the confirmation
class will meet at.ihe church
IN THE CHURCHES
First Methodist. The Daughters of
the Covenant will give a missionary
tea this evening at the home of Mrs
Lowry Casteel, !10 Twenty-first street
Memorial Christian. The teachers' A special meeting of the Silver en
training class will meet at the church. (lc ue held this evening at the
tomorrow evening at 7::io. nome of Miss Zella Barrett, 1012 Nine
Wednesday evening prayer services ' eenth street.
will be held in the church. Rev. W. ""mans Hoi.ie Missionary so
B. Clenimer will lead the services and icioty will meet tomorrow with Mis
the topic will be "The Sympathy of
Thursday afternoon at 2 the Ladies'
Ail society will meet in the church.
Friday evening at 8 the Christian
Woman's Board of Missions will hold
its monthly meeting in the church.
Mrs. Harry Miller will be the hostess.
United Presbyterian. Wednesday ev
ening prayer services will be held in
Friday evening the Young People's
society will hold a business meeting
at the home of Miss Esther Blake
more, S1G Nineteenth street.
Edgewood Baptist. Prayer services
will be held Wednesday evening at
7:30 in the church.
Friday afternoon the Ladies' Aid so
ciety will mee't at the home of Mrs.
Roy Schofer, 43 10 Seventh avenue.
M. C. A. Committee Intends
Make Afternoon Gatherings Pop
ular Saturday Programs.
J Worry over financial conditions is as
signed as the cause. His affairs are
aid to be in excellent shape, and the
bank is not involved. The Fort Worth
National is one of the strongest finan
cial institutions in the state. Hutohins
ad been in the employ of the bank
." years, working up from the ranks.
lie was 40 years old. and leaves a
widow and four children.
n effort is being made by the
ligious work committee of the Y.
V. A. to continue the large attendances
t the men's and boys' Sunday after
noon meetings at that institution. The
last two Sundays have established rec
ords in the .wav of attendance and the
talks by Evangelists Smith and Roper
proved to those" present th? real worth
of the meetings. Toward attaining
nge at tendance good speakers are
being secured for the coining meet
ings and special musical numbers and
stereopticon views will be shown. The
following are the speakers so far se
Feb. 1011. E. Van Duzer: Rock
March 1 Thomas Jones, Rock Is
March S Rev. J. A. Bnrchitt, pa tor
of St. John's Methodist church. Day
enport who will give an illustrated
March 15 J. H. Shaw of Blooming
eon. who is well known as a Chautau
qua lecturer and manager. He will
alk on Lincoln.
ir.e entertainment committee in
tends to continue the popular Saturday
night programs, which are open to the
public. The programs will consist of
moving pictures, stereopticon views
and musical numbers.
PR0HIBS TO MEET JULY 5
Call Is Sent Out to 1,512 Delegates
by Chairman Jones.
Columbus. O'lio. Feb. 10. Fifteen
bundled and tvelve delegates and as
many alternates are provided for in
the official call for the national prohi-
iiion convention to name candidates
lor president and vice president which
will meet in Columbus, July 15. The
call was sent out by Charles R. Jones,
hairman. and W. G. Calderwood. sec
retary of the prohibition national com
Edith Kendall. 904 Second avenue.
Wednesday afternoon at 3 the La
lies' Aid society will meet in the Sun
day school roonV
Wednesday evening prayer service
will.be followed by a meeting of the
Sunday school teachers.
Broadway Presbyterian. Tomorrow
evening there will be a "college" so
liable in the Sunday school rooms,
Wednesday afternoon at 3 Ruth's
band will meet with Mrs. A. D. Sner-
y,.1009 Twenty-first street.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
under Mrs. Edla Lund Thursday ev
ening at 7:30.
I BANKER SUICIDES AT DESK
Vice President of Fort Worth Institu
tion Shoots Himself.
Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 10. Linton
C. Hutchins, second vice president of
the Fort Worth National hank, com
mined suicide yesterday while seated
at his desk in the bank. A shot from
a revolver entered his left temple
Spencer Memorial Methodist. The
bible study class will meet tomorrow
evening at 7:30 in the church.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 the mid
week prayer services will be held in
the church, to be followed by a meet
ing of the Sunday school teachers.
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 the La
dies' Aid society will hold its monthly
coffee party at the home of Mrs.
George W. Freeland, 520 Sixteenth av
Friday evening the choir will meet
for rehearsal in the church.
Central Presbyterian. This evening
the Christian Endeavor society of the
Aiken street chapel will hold its
monthly business meeting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Clcland, 414
Aim-week prayer services will be
held Wednesday evening. The fourth
and fifth chapters of Revelations will
ine teacners training class will
She Lois writes for the magazines.
He She'll get 'em If she sends tht
) price. Judge.
11.000.00 will be given for
b ajr vuDfttanre injiirlouM to
health found in Caluiuc 1. 4
TOO K0DEST YOUNG LADY
DIES OF HYDR0PH03IA
Failed to Tell Physician of a Wound
Made by Infected
. Nashua, N. II., Feb. 10. Miss Mary
Hue-Kiev, aged ;t' Milford, clie-u yes
terday of hydrophobia as a result or
being bitten by a pet dog at her home
nine weeks ago. She was bitten in
three places, but allowed only two of
the wounds to lie cauterized by the
doctor because she was too modest to
Hiention the either.
Hydrophobia developed Sunday, and
when brought to the hospital lure
Miss Buckley's condition was hopeless.
She raved, and it was necessary to
trait her to the bed.
PaSIOR HELD FOR INSULT
Son-in-Law of Sam Jones Abuses
Noisy Woman. .
Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 10. Rev.
Holcomb, son-in-law of Sam Jones, the
evangelist, was arrested yesterday for
exclaiming during the progress of a
sermon in bis church: "Say, you wo
man back there, weighing about 400
pounds, with your back towards me
and making so much noise, please give
me your attention." The woman and
her friends were indignant and caused
the pastor's arrest.
Beer That Is Beer.
If you want to drink good beer, order
the Davenport Malting company's pale
export. Delivered anywhere in Rock
Island. Both phones, north 1C9.
The best remedy known today for
all stomach troubles is Kodol, which
is guaranteed to give prompt relief.
It is a natural digestant; it digests
what you eat; it is pleasant to take,
Sold by all druggists.
Detroit Has Dry Sunday.
Detroit, Mich., Feb. in. For the
first lime since 1S99 practically all of
the 1.8.10 saloons in Detroit, were clos
ed yesterday. The police say only
five were open. The suspension of
the liquor traffic is the result of the
prohibition wave now sweeping the
Small Earth Shocks Recorded.
Washington, Feb. 10. Two small
earthquakes probably at a gre-at dis
tance from here, it was announced
today, were recorded on the seismo
giaphs at the weather bureau during
Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The taxes for 1907, both personal
and real estate, are now due and pay
able at room IS, M. & L. building.
Hours. 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings
from 7 to 9 p. m. Bring your last
year's receipts with you.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signaturi
Is on each box. 25 cents.
South Park Chapel. Prayer serv
ices will be held Tuesday evening in
Swedish Lutheran. The trustees
will meet this evening at the home of
Nels Swanson. CI 4 Third avenue.
The bazar committees will meet to
morrow evening in the school house.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church, to be fol
lowed by a meeting or the Sunday
Thursday evening the choir will
meet for rehearsal.
The Young People's society will give
a valentine sociable Friday evening at.
the home of Miss Amanda Nelson,
728 Fifth street.
Saturday afternoon at 1 the con
firmation class will meet.
Pentecostal Meetings. Pentecostal
meetings are being held at present in
the Christ Home Mission on Sixteenth
avenue between Seventh and Eighth
streets, Moline, every evening, and
will continue indefinitely. The full
gospel of salvation, divine healing.
sanciification, the baptism of the Holy
Spirit - and the Lord's coining are
taught. A cordial invitation is extend
ed to the public.
tAdbance $ halving Kof the "Beautiful
Neh? Spring Suits
High class garments, elegantly tailored throughout, and
a little the smartest models we have ever seen.
NOBBY SHORT COAT EFFECTS
NEW TUXEDO COLLAR EFFECTS
NEW BUTTERFLY MODELS
MODIFIED PRINCE CHAPS
NEW ENGLISH CUTAWAYS
In fitted and scml-fitted effects, from the finest chiffon Pana
mas, two tone suitings, English worsteds and serges, in all the
new shadings. While the assortment Is not exactly complete,
the variety offers authentic examples of "what's to be" in wom
en's tailored suits for early spring. 4 ) 7 PL f-v Cil)
Prices range from Vl-ilW vU VJU
Tinal Clearance &f Skirts
All remaining odd lots, broken sizes and discontinued lines
have been bunched Into four lots for a quick clean-up:
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a
"We "prefer Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to any other for our children,"
says L. J. Wootlbury of Twining,
Mich. "It has also done the work for
us in hard colds and croup, and we
take pleasure in recommending it."
For sale by all druggists. 4
news all the time THE
f3.75 to $1.50
$5.00 to $0.00
$(.".- to' $7.50 .
$8.25 to $10.00
Scores of styles to pick from, perfectly made of fine popu
lar fabrics In plain colors, blacks and novelties.
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