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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1908."
SEVERS THE TIES
Judge Ramsay in Circuit Court
Grants Decrees of Divorce to
Two Misused Wives.
DAMAGE SUIT IS CONTINUED
More Evidence Heard and the Trial
Is Adjourned Over Monday Be
cause of a Death.
Judge Ramsay this morning in thecir
cult court granted two divorces, a de
cree heinz issued to Mrs. Elizabeth
Myers in the suit against her husband,
George V. Myers, and a divorce being
granted to Mrs. P.ertha Merchant from
hen husband, Edward Merchant. Mr.
Myers, who resides in Moline, was
charged by his wife with drunkenness.
Mr. and Mrs. Myers were married Jan.
20, 1897. The charge made by Mrs.
Merchant in her suit was that her
husband was guilty of cruelty and de
sertion. They were married at Hales
burg Feb. -'0, 1904. J. FV Witter ap
peared for Mrs. Myers, and Schriver&
Sehrlver for Mrs. Merchant.
I Hi in ii Suit onllinifil.
The damage suit of Mathew Coburn
against the Molino, East Moline & Wa
tertown Railway company was contin
ued to Tuesday, the first evidence be
ing heard for the defense this morning.
The death of Mr. Cobum's mother-in-law
made K necessary to adjourn
th trial over Monday.
these is the statue of Black Hawk in
Spencer square, showing, somewhat
strangely, the Burlington station in
the background. Rock Island is one
of the few cities to receive special
mention, which is as follows:
"Rock Island; population, 23,009;
altitude, 570 feet. Location of the
great inland arsenal of the United
States government and a manufactur
ing center of considerable importance;
extensive water power existing at Mo
line and Milan, nearby. It is historic
as an early frontier town, the seat of
military operations during Indian times
and as far back as the Black Hawk
The Sox will pass through this city
early in the morning March 1 on a
SHOWS NO CHANG
New York Institutions Continue in
Good Condition Deposits and
Loans Slightly Less.
A TRADING STAMP STORE
New York, Feb. 15. The weekly
bank statement follows: The bank
hold $:'.0,sr0.000 more than the require
incuts of the 25 per cent reserve rule.
Loans decreased $4,507,000.
Deposits decreased $",075.000.
Reserves decreased $251,000.
Surplus increased $1,01S,000.
Ex. U. S. deposits increased $973,
The percentage of actual reserve of
the clearing house banks at the close
of business yesterday was 27.73. The
statement of banks and trust com
panics of Creator New York shows do
posits of $7::i,59(;,coo.
Cash on hand. $51,070,000. Loans
8dH;Nn.BSi.,Ope',i0NE CHARGE IS DISMISSED
The Sperry & Hutchinson company
of New York-, distributors of the
"green trading stamps," opened its
local store trnhy, three of the first
lloor rooms of the new Safety Deposit
company's building having been leased
by the company. The company is to
be permanently located here, a three
year lease having been Uikcn on the
rooms. The company has secured con
tracts with a number of local mer
chants to issue its stamps, which are
given to customers by the merchants
and redeemed by Sperry & Hutchin
son'. This cs ah'ishmont of the fUee
Is in the hands of A. J. Dillinan, west
ern manager, ai d J. D. Davis, adver
tising representative. The company is
capitalized at l,f:O0.0o0 and has 250
branch houses in the country. lis an
nual business mounts to over $'!.-000,000.
Other Complaints Against Rice Taken
When the auditing of accounts -between
S. J. Rh'J and the two Ixioneys
was concluded in Justice G. Alber
Johnson's cour: yesterday afternoon.
Justice Johnson dismissal the charge
of embezzlement against Rice and
took under advisement, the charge ot
larceny as bailee. The justice wi'.'
give a decision in the remaining case
WANT COLD WAVE
co Men Need hreeze tjetore
They Can Complete Their Cut
ting for the Season."
JPERATIONS HAVE ENDEt
Warm Weather Has Stopped Cutting
with But 51,000 Tons of Usual
120,000 Ton Harvest.
Restless nights have replaced sweet
tepose for the ice men during the last
week or two. With not more than
half their usual amount harvested they
are worrying vl.ether or not another
5ood freeze wi!l occur before the frogs
resume croaking and all hooe is past
l'he ice is not honeycombed to any
aiarked exlent tut is damaged by the
continual warm weather, which has
softened the surface.
The Union Ico & Coal' company quit
cutting yesierlay noon on its Rock
river fields two miles east of Milan
and the Sylvan Jce compauy stopped
work at both its Watertown and Syl
van slough lelds on account of the
-ondition of the ice. The Siegrist Ice
company has postponed operations in
the lower end of the city, after getting
in 2,000 tons, one house being filled
The Moline Channel Ice company has
not cut for several days. The ice aver
ages 12 inches in thickness and a
Ireeze would me&n good quality of the
I'roicrrMH for Sennon.
Below is giver, a table showing the
amount of ice cut so far by the differ
ent companies uiu tne quantity re
quired to complete the supply:
To date Remain'
ucted the Hotel Sherrard, died yes
terday morning at St. Anthony's hos-
3ital where he had been confined for
rver two months. He was operated
ipon for appendicitis last Thanksgiv-
ng but never recovered. He was 4G
ears old and .3 survived by his wife.
He formerly lived in Davenport and
was employed at Rock Island arsenal
as harnessmaker and had a wide ac
quaintance among Davenport residents
and the arsenal workmen.,
Henry Mueller passed away in Mo-
ine last night very suddenly. Mr.
Mueller was a prominent member of
the Moline Elks He formerly con
ducted a drug store but was compelled
o sell out a year ago on account of
ill health. Last eveu.ng he
Moline Channel 5.000 17,000
Sylvan 18,000 18,000
Sylvan at Wateitown. S.OtK) 12,000
Union 18.04)0 17.000
Sjegrist company 2,000 5,000
Total 51,000 09,000
GROCERY STORE. IS ROBBED
Change and County Order for $65 Are
Takei in Moline.
The grocery store of John Swanson.
located at 1227 Fifth avenue, -Moline,
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Three dollar and a county order for ' ' , a; D" wrti 111 'mencK,
IS WILLING T0 TAKE LESS
Dr. John Rugh Will Try for Legisla
ture, Not Congress.
Dr. John Rugh of Moumoulh has de
cided he would rather take his chances
as a candidate for the republican nom
ination for the state legislature than
for congress in "this district, and has
therefore come out with an announce
ment to that effect. It will be recalled
that he canvassed the district and wa?
an active candidate for congress two
?C5 were taken.
Howaul Hciiaffer of Moline was
olibed at Eighteenth avenue and
Fourteenth street, Moline, last night.
stranger asked him for a quarter
and Schafl'er replied that lie had only
('5 cents. Tic l.iau then thrust a sun
in Schaffor's face' and demanded the
CITY GETS SPECIAL MENTION
Rock Island Favored in C. R. I. & P.
' White Sox Folder.
Copies of the illustrated folder is
Rued by the Rock Island road recently
on the spring training trip of the Chi
cago White Sox have been received by
City Passenger Agent F. II. Plummer
The folder is a work of art and will
be treasured by every real fan. There
is a fine group cut of the Sox and il
lustrations of various features to In
Keen in the cities visited. Anion:-
Mrs. Mary Lillis.
Mrs. Mary Lillis, an old and respect
ed resident ef Clinton and mother of
Mrs. A. Findlini; and Mrs. C. Lanahan
of this city, died Thursday morning at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. G:
McGrath at Clinton. For the last four
years she had 1 een ill with paralysis
and her condition became serious last
MAY HE BREAK IT?
Question of Young Man's Rights
in Engagement Subject
of College Lecture
BEFORE PSYCHOLOGY CLASS
Dr. E. F. Bartholomew Defends Man's
Privilege to End Betrothal When
His Ideals Change.
Should a young man who Is engaj 3d
retired I to be married have the privilege of
and this morning was found dead int,reakng his engagement in case he
his room. He was uorn .May 11, 1878,1 . ,. ,.,, w hiQ
MJitwi nvul result. thr oil hiu I
I llrtno ..-v.A v- lolo nnn nnA Vila itailc
Ufa. Ta is survived hv a wife nnrl I "u" -,c ""1""
wo children. The funeral will be cnangea: nis question was answer
held from the home of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mueller, 409 Elev
enth street, at i:..u tomorrow after
noon, and will be iiv charge of the
Molino lodge cf Elks.
WILL PASS HERE
ed in the affirmative by Dr. E. F. Bar
tholomew in the course of a lecture
before the psychology class at Augus
ana college yesterday. Dr. Bartholo
mew held that it is a very unwise pol
icy for young people to marry unless
both are fully satisfied with their
choice and anxious to form the matri
"Our ideas and opinions are con
stantly changing," said Dr. Bartholo
mew, "in fact, they are never the
Large Launch Fleets Will Go to Musca- Isame. In our relations to one another,
tine Peoria Yacht Club Oom- lour feelings tomorrow may be differ
ing Down Hennepin. ent from what they are today. This
is especially true of men, more so than
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a . , Men have greater oodoiI unities
Mississippi ami aiso us inouianes are for uevelopment than women. As a
already mak'uu big preparations .for Irule they secure better educations, and
the regatta to be held in Muscatine I through . their contact with various
July 4. The Muscatine launch club lu"u,l,u" u"u I'i' yi U,UC":UI'
, . , ., . , i iaiis-s, ineir minus are ui uauencu
nas aireany receiveu wora 10 mis ei-1 . , . . , ,
J land their views are changed. A few
feet from severni ot me ciuds, tnougn years often uund an intellectual and
the date for th ? regatta is still several I social chasm between a young man
months away. I who has liad the opportunity for de-
iwck isiauu j'tupie win De auorueu i veiopuiein anu nis naiicee wno ikimija.oa nij n m Sundav
views 01 several passing neeis irom ueen leu in me narrow spnere 01 ine.Bcj100j at 9.15 a n, Morning theme.
up the river, the I'eoria Yacht club I home without the same opportunities. I "Tne Reward In the Kinedom of God."
Will make a cruise to the Scene Of the Should He Kern ITouiUcf IFIveninrr theme "tlnd'a Fellow Wnrk-
regatta by way of the Illinois rivejr The question then naturally arises ers."
and the Hennepin canal, according to whether or not the young man should Grace EnglHh Lutnrac. comZr For-
word received at. Muscatine, aha may be reauired to keen his promise in tv-fourth street and Seventh arenue.
make,a stop at Rock Island before pro-lKpite of his change in ideals and feel- Rev. Ira O. Nothstein, pastor. Services
feeding down the river. The crews higs. Under the circumstances. I do at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 n. m. Sundav
will stay in Muscatine the entire time not think he should. Unless marriage school at 9:15 a. m. Luther league at
or tne regain ana will make the would be conducive to the greatest G: 45 p. m
cruise nome accompanying the Alton congeniality and happiness to both, it
anu bt. Louis reets. l he Alton dele- should not be considered at all - Central Presbyterian, Second ave
gation, accor li.ig to present indica-1 "w have iaw ixM,.h nrii nue. between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
tions, will be a large one, as Alton is Lien in matters of this kind, and. as a street.' Rev. Marion Humphreys, pas-
u Bieat uudi iowii. suard aeninst frivnlitv and triflinsr -il tor. Sunday SChOOl at 9:30 a. m.
is well that -a-o havo cufii 1mw At IF. L. Gresiorv. superintendent.
PTlliSONAT, J'nTKTS? ' the B.imp ttmp Wvever thev nfiPt, Service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "The
work an iniustice and do not remedv Divine Reversal of Human Judgment
Major Montgomery Meigs of Keokuk the evil.' The only nroner solution of Special music.
is at the Harper. nle roblem is to Eive women the Bethel Presbyterian, corner Twelfth
E. A. Barnett denarted last evenimr same ounortunities for develonment I street and Eleventh avenue. Rev
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Bath Room Comfort.
Every member of the tamily
!i enioys tlie comfort and cor.ven-
1j ience a modern bath room
p provides. imMwu jjiu.liuuiy n.Muica l ldkt
your bath room modem, coiatertable and
When you remodel or build, let us
K estimate on your plumbing ccntracL High
graue mxnaxju nxiures rna our ursr ciass
work assure you satisfaction nd future sanng.
Our service is prompt; our p-;ccj reasonable.
Allen, Mvers & Comf-i:
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.'7:30 n. m. Rev. John Rotrers of Pre-
Edgewood Baptist church, corner cmption will preach morning and ev-
Forty-fourth street and Fifth avenue. I ening.
Rev. J. H. Stoutemyer, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Voung
people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Services
at 10:3 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. Morn
ing subject, "Enduring Things." Ev
ening subject, "The Man In the Tree."
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A.
Mennicke, pastor; Rev. E. D. ennicke,
assistant pastor. Services at 10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
German Evangelical, Ninth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev.
Ed E. Klimpke, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran, Forty-fifth
street and Seventh avenue. Rev. E. K.
Jonson. pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:XJ0 p. m. Sunday school at 8:15
a. m. Prayer service Wednesday at
7:30 p. m. .
Swedish Lutheran, corner Four
teenth slreet and Fourth avenue. Rev.
S. G. Haggluud, pastor. Services at
WAS 10 YCARS AGO TODAY
Blowing Up of Maine Observed by
Spanish War Veterans.
Ten years ago today the Maine wa
blown up in Havana harbor, public
Ireland, and was SO years old. Sur
viving her are three sons and four
daughters: Morris Lillis of Portland,
Ore.; P. T. Lillis and John Lillis of
Clinton, Mrs. Kindling and Mrs. Lm-
aghan of this city, Mrs. J. Mulcrone
of Moline and Mrs. J. G. McGrath of
Clinton. The funeral was held Thurs
day morning at 9 o'clock from St. where they resided during the summer.
Mary's church. Clinton, where Father L. D. Mudge was reported this after
McGlochin conducted services. Burial noon to be verv low at hi home on
took place at the Catholic cemetery in Seventeenth street. Little hope is en-
rUHUU. 1 lurt-l iriti.l sf l,Ja
- - w 1 111-' HI I) I LI 1 .
for a lengthy visit at Mobile, Ala. I that men enjoy."
Rev. F. E. Shult will preach at Pre- i.-p v-nr ProBram,
emption tomorrow morning and even-1 The Adelphic society furnished an
ing. - unusual treat to the students last night
Mr. and Mn. Ed Black and Frank in thc form of a ",ea" 'ear" Program.
Black have returned from Colorado
Marion Humphreys, pastor. Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. J. C. Thomson,
superintendent. Christian Endeavor at
0:30. Services at 7:30. Subject, "The
High Art of Taking Hold of Life.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth
avenue and Fourteenth street; Rev. V.
C. Schultze, pastor. Services at 10:43
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
9:15 a. m.
Free MetfcodlU chrrch, NI;h ave
nue and Fifteenth sireet, Rev. Joa.i
Harvey, pastor. Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. Freacbiu at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Class meeting at 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings at
Wyman A. M. E. Xi3ion, Thirteenth
street and Fifth avemio. S. R. Cottreil,
pastor. Service3 at 11 a. m. and 3 p.
ni, and 7:45 p. in. SuTTaay school at
12:30 p. m.
St. Jo.-eph's Roman Cathcillo, corur
Second aven e and Fourteenth streez.
Deau J. J. Quinr.. paaior. Mass at 8
and 10:30 a. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. v.
3uuday fcI ool at 2 p. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Twen
ty-eighth street and Fifth avenue.
uev. J. r. .Loc-iney, pastor, aiass at
S and 10:0 a m. Sunday school at 2
rn. Vrc-sptrs at 7:30 p. m.
St. Mary's German Catl'olic, corner
of Fourtc avenue and Twenty-second
street; Father Adclph Geyer, pasto.-.
Mass at S and 10:30 a. m.
St. Paul's Belgian Ri'aiau Cathoil?.
Twenty-fourth s reet aud Eigath-and a-
half avenue; Father J. B. Culemans.
pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. ai.
Sunday school at 2 p. u. Vespers at .1.
Salvation Army barracks, 1509 Sec
ond avenue. Services as follows: Sun
day school at 1:30 p. m. Christian
praisd services at 3 p. m. Salvation
meeting at 8 p. m.
Free Swedish Mission, 'cornor of
Eleventh street and Fifth avenue. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:4 5 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Th Plmrl-r nf Hlf nmrnm nmvl Sl,wial music.
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Aincu oucci e'uiuii euapei, ouuiu
Rock Island. Junior Christian Endeav-
Miss E&tella Murrin.
a wonderful drawing card the fairer
sex forming a conspicuous majority of
the audience. John Wyer pleased the!
co-eds when he announced during the
course of his speech that he had made
the discovery that all important events
in the history of the world, such as
or at 2:30 p. m. Sunday school at 3 p.
m. Senior Christian Endeavor at 4 p
m. Rev. Marion Humphreys, pastor.
J. H. Cleland, superintendent.
South Park chapel, Presbyterian
II I llTLUn 11 Vflll CrpPinil I . I 17'lm street Hill Thirteenth oirenne 111
Miss Estella Murrin passed away at ",ul n,tt-nu uiAUW OCOOIUW the declaration of Independence, the I mint. . '
I k 1 r 1 11 rtr I imwcrti 'jl-Iii ti trt nn thai -
Jll.AM. u. V X. V 1 f-, V. II ilallllbUII l 11V.
mown up in iiavana nartior, pun nc n.o. , t ni t , , , , . .
sentiment being amused theVoby to a ' " r t Dele9ates from Business Men's ,
such an extent that the Spanish-Amer- I 'e 't ifc" e"' S"hTwe ntf?ret - elation Are Appointed.
. ... , ... . street. 1 he cause of death was tuber- p,.oi,if.,. ir t m
miosis. With which she hnd lkwn ail. I.-,...... . .
..11. - ' 1 isiuiki business Men s 911snc1.1t nn una 1
,LZ:-:an f.W,n,i; .SanodMI.. Olga Larson and
and nJed hef I l Vher'Me' She re 1,0,1 ? him8elf' W,n Cmpose Ule dele" Wcstling.
ceived h J i rri fen.eS'Jf; sa,i' from th '-al association to the "Uncoln"-C. G. Londberg.
The program iu full
founding of the Augustana synod, and
m:inv other jrrent thiiua tnnL tklnce
ican war resulted. The day is being -w!a ...v,,.,, ,.., 7 .. lreMUtul 'yers or tne kock dm.ing iean year
i .i tt111v.11 iitr 1 1 1 1 1 U--ll Mil- 1 1 . - ... -- '
(luiallv observed bv the United 1 1.... r' . ... .V . 1!,lam' usiness .Mens association has
Spanish War eterans with mcniori:
exercises and otherwise.
uiiu nu ui-tt: .111 iit-r nil. rMif re-1 .i.i e A t. . 1 1 . , . .. 1
rn i.-iK- t...nv n.i Ai.,;mi 'vrU iier euucaiion im the niihlic . t. ,. . I - v- &
..v. v.l,.i....it ... . . - am": i-uuveiiuuM wnicn convenes ail ci, hUq tu Dt.i.i
,lf,,l ,.li, o !. SCUO(JIS. ail(l WU n. member if St In. . . . I - .a. uu.cisiou
in 11 1. 1 imuitn. oiune; nt- uriicve, um- i iiiYon l lipsd.iv: I W ljivelie M
ers we U011 t. we are not trying to I " " 0 .hk i vn oy auree ciev
deceive you by lancy aus, out simply - 1 Albert Huber. George II. Kingsbury,
asK you 10 iry noiusiers nocKy mouh- - t, lu.uurmw H.Dresideiit of the state assnclat Ion. anil
liin Ten. if it f..;lu rt I attemOOU at. 2 CI Vloelf frnm t In. I .. .... .
.um .v, ,L ...i... .,-., , otners, will also go from here, "me
hack. 35 cents, tea or tablets. liar- 3 rcn, wnere uean J. J. yuinn nn.b lclnni1 m(imhwa ,oavo
v I ...111 . .11 .- . . I w . .......... . .. , ... . ' ' - n ' 11.'
"LeaD Year's Significance"
t-enstine, J. Ramser, and Secretary Wyer.
West End Sunday school, 700 Six'h
street. Sunday school at 2:30 p., z.
Prayer meeting Friday evening tt
7:30. W. B. Barker, superintendent.
Christ's Home Mission, 2202 Third
avenue. Services at 7 p. m.
per House pharmacy.
Mrs. Lannen. '
Mrs. Jane Lannen, one of the well
known residents of the west end of
the city, died at 9:45 this- morning at
her home, 31S Seventh street. She
had been suffering from a complica
tion of ailments all winter, but had
been bedfast but two weeks. Her
day morning. The convention closeu
"Leap Year Hopes" Miss Alma Jon
"Leap Year Experiences" O. G.
Censor Miss Julia Bengston.
HE EMBARKSJN BUSINESS fj jE CHURCHES
John I. Jannisch Buys H. J. Koch's
Drug Store in Moline.
ian church. Sunday school at 2:30 p
m. Young People's services at C:45
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue; Rev. V. S. Marquis, pastor; Rev
V. G. Oglevee, assistant Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young peo
pie's services at 6:45 p. m.. -Services
in charge of Rev. W. G. Oglevee.
Morning subject, "Hidden, Yet Seen."
Evening subject, "A Taste of Honey."
United Presbyterian, Third avenue
and Fourteenth street Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a, m. Young people's society at 6:45
p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:20
p. m. Morn ifi g subject, "The Saloon
Endangered." Evening subject, "Justification."
she was married to -Matthew Lannen,
and the couple made tbeir home in
this city from that time on. The hus
band died in 1899. Five children sur-
day morning, with services at St. Jo
seph's church, of which deceased was
a faithful member.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Twenty-third street, between Seventh
Services in the various churches Trill
ffohn I. Jannisch, for a number of be held as follows tomorrow:
years con ne-cted with the Bengst 011 Trinity Episcopal church. Nine- aDd Ninth avenues. Services at 10:45
A rn er c t rm a a nraonrint Snn nml I aw ni.il. . - t I - .
maiden name was Jane Connellv and 7 b -'7- - wjcuui uU o.xiu uveuue, nev. a. TO. Sunday school follows morning
, . . : later wun u. uinnsirom 111 Monne. nas Granville 11. Sherwood, rector. Serv-Uervine
purchased the drug store of H. J. Koch I ices at 7:30-and 10:45 a. m. smd at
. .f 1 i I .. ; 1 .. 1 nn If. r, 1-, . 1 , x I . - I 171n. HtAl1..JI(, n.n paI. m n .
i)i, 1 ,, 1 j . 10.Q , .. I"i - " iuu pencil aui;au p. III. iSUiiuay SCIlOOl at :i. I i'noL iucmuuisi, miuci 1 uui cLirr
c. . " ' ' r . J establishment -at 702 Eighteenth ave- Trinity chapel, corner Seventh street nue and Nineteenth street; Rev. R. B.
nue, Moline. Mr. Jannisch is a grad- and Fourth avenue. Sunday school at Williams, pastor. Sunday school at
uate of Northwestern university in 2:30 d. m. , . ' , 9:30. Junior league at 210 p. m.. Ep-
whlch he has taken a post graduate! - I worth league at 6:30. Services
a i 1,.. ... I Memorial Christian, corner of Third f
1 luiii i 1 1 1 1 :a r im 11 piii 1 1 v wfii uninn. 1 ' a 1. u.- u. iu, u"u l. u aaw
II :V?'J,,ry' ,!.!te,- 3?hn' iames- Ped for his work. The future plans of arenue and Feenth street Rev. W. lng subject, "The Man from Bozrah."
u.u . -11 01 mis cuy. ine ru- Mr Koch are ,i0t announced B- Clemmer, nastor. Bible school at Song praise service in tjje evening and
neral will be held at 9 o'clock iues-1 - L:15 a. m. Junior C. E. at 2:30. -Y.Lw Eerm w ,ctor c,,hie,-t -a
Saturday Night Program. P. S. C. E, at 6:30 p. m. Services ati-itai Question." -
Entertainment in the way of music 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning I gnencer Memorial Methodist church
and moving pictures will be shown at theme, "His Riches, Our Riches," sec-1 Fortv-thlrd street and Seventh
the Y. M. C. A. this evening as part ond sermon. Evening theme. "Borrow- n P E shult. nastor
of the popular Saturday nieht Dro-1 ed Religion." The evening sermon will T.,, ion., f o. on m Knworth ! Cw-
ni 1 .. . . I . " - I. ... . . -o ' ; .
flumes oou, wen Known in Rock grams. An Invitation is extended the be preceded by a pulpit editorial upon lMa at c m n m Vmnk tnhnson
isiauu, Having ior 3U years been bridge public to attend. I Mind Your Own Birelness
Second Christian, corner Sixth Btreet
OF A CLOCK FOR THE
Add attractiveness to the cor
rect timekeeping qualities.
This is the idea carried out
by my stock of Gold, China,
Q Onyx, and Fancy Cased Clocks
O just such a clock as the fam-
ily and friends would enjoy see
ing in your home can be pur
S chased here very leasonably.
O Every clock scld with a guar
antee that holds good.
Why not make your selection
g 1702 Second Avcnti.
For IVnkeaneu, Opima,
P BlnrphiBe aaa
otLcr Drag Using r
- a tor unm
The enly Baking Powder made
with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
made from granes
Insures healthful and
delicious food for every
home every day
Safeguards yonr food sgainst
alum and phosphate of lime
.foreman with the Rock Island & Peo
ria road, now the Peoria branch of me
Rock Island, died at hla home at Cam-
Snecial .,r ,.,- "!"".".!
I Will II tr Lilt? lv ittlr I . jri ltca ql i t ir nwiiii gial
Mrs. E. D. Charles of Harbor, Maine, and Thirteenth avenue. Sunday school!
bridge yesterday at noon of heart fail- fpeaR,ng or uectnc uer8, says: "It . o:15 a m.; George H. Hull auperio-
urei tie nad been in poor healtn for 0 a "iou"i "'iib uere indent.
some time, and for two weeks prior I us- 11 aeserves 10 De a iavorue every-
uee. h Bives qmi-it ii m uWfj- f Tnnt.ST mrnpr Third avenus
sia. liver complaint, kidney derange- Fifteentn street. Rev. H. W. ReedJ
nient, inainuiriiiuii, nervousiiess, weaK-1 ciiQW cnnl of m
ter of a century. He retired five years u " tl Serv,ce3 at 10;45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
to the end had been unable to He
down. Mr. Cobb was 78 years' of age,
ana nad lived at Cambridge for a quar
i ago owing to advanced age. One
I daughter, the sole survivor of the im-
on the blood, as a thorough purifier,-!
makes it especially useful as a 6prins
Morning subject, "The Past, PresenU
and Future of Salvation." Evening
made her home with her father. The
remains will be shipped - tomorrow to
the former home of the family in Wis
consin for Interment.
F. W. Olden.
is sold nndar guarantee at all drug
gists. 50 cents.
Mean?" Baptism will follow service.
Swedish Baptist, corner of Twenty-
Kodol is a scientific preparation of I first street and Fifth avenue. Sunday
vegetable acids with natural digest-
anta and contains the same juices
found In a healthy stomach. Each
F. W. Olden, a resident of Sherrard. dose will dleest more than 3,000 grains
I where he had for several years con-1 or good food. Sold by all druggists.
school at 2:30 p. m. Preaching serv
ices at 10:30 a. m. i
Second Baptist chapel, corner of '
Tenth street and Sixth avenue. Preach
ing by the pastor, Rev. R. A. Broyles.1
Annual Clearing Sale
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER 25 PER CENT DIS
COUNT ON ALL PAPERS, AS WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR
ONE CARLOAD OF WALL PAPERS RANGING IN PRICE FROM f,
4, 5,7, 8 AND 10 CENTS PER ROLL AND UP.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.
Paridon Wall Paper Co.,
. 419 Seventeenth Street.
YOURS FOR FINE WALL PAPER AT LOWE8T PRICES.