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THE ARGUS. MONDAY MARCH 30, 1908.1
WILL COME MAY I
Governor John A. Johnson of
Minnesota Assures Auqus-
tana He Will Lecture:
DATE IS NOT CERTAIN
May Be Changed by Calling of Special
Session of Legislature Sopho
Governor John Johnson of Minne
sola, who is conspicuously In the lime
light as A presidential possibility, will
come here on or about May 1 to speak
under the auspices of the Augustana
College lyceum. This is the informa
tion brought back by Professor An-
drew Kempe, who has Just returned
from, a trip to St. Paul, where he went
for the purpose of arranging a date
for the governor's visit.
Governor Johnson was unable to
- name a positive date because of the
uncertainties of a special session of
the Minnesota legislature. He assured
Professor K'einpe, however, that he
would not disappoint the people of
the trl-citle8 in their expectations un
less something altogether unforseen
Aitnough, in great demand as a
speaker all over the country, Governor
Johnson has only consented to appear
in three other places besides his en
v gagement 'here. This adds all th.-j-more
significance to his coming visit.
The sophomore class of Augustana
college gave its annual program" Sat
urday night under the auspices of the
Adelphic society. A large audience
was present and declared the pro
gram to be one of the best given this
t year. One of the hits of the evening
was the class poem by Miss Falk, In
which she recounted the illustrious
deeds of the. sophomores in their vari
ous skirmishes with the freshies.
The program In full follows:
Piano solo.... Miss Beryl Titterington
Remarks ........... .Gustav Carlberg
Class poem . Miss Nell Falk
Song ..Sophomore octet
Reading, "Miss Hazy's- Matrimonial
Experiences".... Miss Jennie Nelson
.' ....Misses Titterington and Nelson
Scene "A Proposal Under Difficul
ties" Robert Yardslcy 1...E. E. Ryden
Jack Barlow J. T. Heline
Suitors for the hand of Miss Andrews.
Dorothy Andrews. .Beryl Titterington
: A mucn-loved young woman.
Jennie, a housemaid Ida Swanson
Hicks, Jennie's friend, the coachman,
whodoes not appear.
Song Sophomore octet
and the public morals. . Saloons, he
said, are at the bottom of 'city and
county corruption, that five-sixths of
the crimes committed are directly' or
indirectly caused by strong drink.
and if this does not effect the -health
and morals of the public I am greatly
mistaken," he concluded.
On Personal Liberty
The speaker commented sarcastical
ly on the personal liberty organiza
tions of the liquor men. Personal
liberty ends, he said, "where 'other's
rights begin and the right of a man
to get drunk when it is going to hurt
the lives and happiness of his wife
and children should . be taken away
from him the same as the right to
carry loaded weapons or to drive a
horse at breakneck'- speed on the
streets has been taken away for . the
good of the community." '," ; '
He ended his speech with an appeal
to every one to "come oft the fence"
and to stop the passage of $800,000
ever the saloon bar for the return of
$47,000 in the shape of license fees.
Hon. Edmond O'Connell of Bloom
ington was the next speaker. He con
fined his talk principally to the moral
and patriotic phases of the question.
In closing he expressed a wish that
if the election went against local op
tion the movement should not be for
gotten, but that an earnest effort
should be made to educate the people
tt the evil effects of the traffic so
that prohibition- could be carried to
n successful issue the next time it
was placed before the public at an
election under the local option law.
The afternoon talks were along the
same lines as the evening tpeeches
and were listened to with great in
terest by fair sized audiences. A
meeting for women only was address
ed by Mr. Thrapp. Immediately
after, at 3:45, Mr. O'Connell spoke
to the men. A male chorus from
Davenport gave several numbers
which were well received.'
A chorus of about 150 children sang
as. the evening meeting. They carried
bunting which was so arranged as to
represent a huge American flag and
the effect was very pretty. The fea
ture was termed "the living '. flag
Stereopticon pictures on the liquor
subject were shown.
WINDOWS OF HOUSE
Mrs. Marv Peters is Defendant in
Crimina Cases Following Civil.
:'. Suit' to Oust Her.
Warrants were sworn out this af
ternoon in Justice G. Albert Johnson's
court, charging Mrs. Mary Peters, 1709
Fifth, avenue,, with malicious mischief
and resisting an officer. Constable
Schmid served a writ of ejectment on
her this noon and her goods were plac
ed in the street. It is charged that
she then broke all the windows in the
front of the house and smashed things
IN THE CHURCHES
LOCAL OPTION IS THEME
AT UNION MEETINGS
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man the legal right to " commit a
crime," he said, "for the selling of
liquor Is a crime against man," not
legally but morally.. .
Mr. Thrapp continued: "The giving
of a license is putting a price on the
head of the American boy for It gives
that right to sell that which will ruin
the lives of countless numbers." He
read a decision of the supreme court
declaring that no legislatures could
Dargatn away the public health or
morals and he failed to see why the
giving of saloon licenses is not bar
tering away both the public health
SPRING STOCK IS READY
People's Credit Clothing Company's
Announcement of Spring Open
ing Attracts Many.
The People's Credit Clothing com
pany, 319-321 Twentieth street, held
an exposition of the season's newest
styles Saturday, and hundreds visited
their store during the afternoon and
evening. The wealth of beautiful suits
and millinery on display caused much
favorable comment and the Merry
Widow, Czarina and Butterfly styles
received particular attention. The
styles displayed are authoritative, and
will be worn this season by the smart
est followers of fashion. The men's
section of the store Is filled with, the
beautiful mode shades and tans In
both suits and overcoats, making a
complete display. This popular peo
ple's store Is now. under the manage
ment of Jac Schaul, formerly manager
of the Paris Suit & Cloak company of
Dayton, Ohio, who has had many
years of experience in this line and
who Is thoroughly conversant with up-to-date
business methods, and his com
ing means much' for the advancement
for this busy establishment.
VOTE FOR TERRITORIAL AN
NEXATION. IT IS AN ESSENTIAL
ELEMENT IN ROCK ISLAND'S
First Swedish Lutheran Wednes
day evening at . 7.30 there will be
lenten services and prayer meeting,
with a meeting of Sunday school teach
ers immediately afterward.
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 the La
dies' Missionary society will meet with
Mrs. Appelquist. 709 Third avenue.
Thursday evening at 8 the Young Peo
ple's Literary society meets at the
Friday evening at 8 o'clock there
will be choir rehearsal at the school.
The same evening the Men's Mission
ary society will meet at the home of
A., J. Anderson, izG Fourteenth-and-a-
half street. '
Saturday afternoon at 1 the confirm
ation class meets at the church.
. Central Presbyterian. The trustees
will meet tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock at John Volk's office.
Wednesday evening at-7:30 mid
week prayer services will be held in
Thursday afternoon at 3' o'clock the
Ladies' Aid society will meet at the
home of Mrs. Henry Arndt, 1238 Fif- j
teenth street. There will be no meet
ing of the teachers' training class
The Ladies' Sewing society of Aiken
fctrcet chapel will give a coffee at the
cbapel. Wednesday afternoon from 3
to 5 o'clock. l
United Presbyterian. The Kate
Hill Missionary society will meet to
morrow evening with Miss Elizabeth
Margrath, 731 Tenth street.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church.
The Ladles' Aid society will meet
Spencer ,; Memorial Methodist. To
morrow evening the bible study .class
will meet ia the church.
Prayer service will be held Wed-
-esdayvev.entng in the church, follow
ed by a meeting of the Sunday school
teachers and the young men's class.
, Thursday afternoon the Ladles' Aid
society will hold a sale of aprons and
fancy work in the church basement.
In the afternoon coffee and sand
wiches will be served and in the even
ing the ladles will serve supper.
; The - choir will meet for rehearsal
Zion Lutheran. This evening the
young People's society will meet in
Tomorrow evening the Sunday
school teachers will meet - at the
Prayer services will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7:45 In the chapel.
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 the Mus
tard Seed society .will meet at the
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Nature alone can cure Dyspepsia. But you must aid
it by giving the stomach help. Let Kodol,6 for a
little time, dp all the digestive work. You will be
astonished to see how quickly the stomach recovers.
There Is no such a thing as a core for dyspepsia.
We might as -well talk about - a cure for lame
ankles. ' -
Nature must do the curing. And Nature will do
,It when given the chance. . .
Tonics and stimulants may eeem to help for a
' time. But their effect comes only from spurring
sine stomach to action. And weakness cannot be
cured with a spur. - .
r One must relieve the stomach. . Let Kodol do,
Xor a little time, what the stomach falls to do.
. Hejp it as you help a lame ankle. .Rest It, as
you rest other organs that need to recuperate.
' And stop the Irritation of hard, undigested food.'
You will be surprised to note how Quickly the
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All modern treatments for indigestion aim at
this relief." But they, aim in different ways.
Some advise dieting. That brings partial relief
by omitting some elements which, the stomach
can't digest 1 .' ' ' ,
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requires many food elements. . When yon cut some
of them out, you are robbing some part, - - :
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home of Mrs. B. K. Jonson. 710 Forty-
fourth street.' Thursday evening the
Men's society will-Hincet'. with S. E.
Hammergren, 157 Fourth avenue, Mo-
Friday evening prayer services will
be held at the home of Carl Berglund,
149 Fifth avenue. Moline.
First Methodist The Silver circle
will hold its monthly, meeting tomor
row evening with Miss Bessie Larson,
1307 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
Prayer service and Sunday school
teachers' meeting .will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock! ' A
special meeting of the choir will be
held at 8:30." '
The Women's MiBsion society will
hold its monthly , meeting Thursday
afternoon at 3 at;, the 'home of Mrs.
C. A. Curry, 1020 Twenty-third street,
instead of at the home of Mrs. H. E.
Casteel. . .
The first pantry sale of the Ladies'
Aid Boclety will be held Saturday at
the Hensley flower" "Store, 330 Twen
The Woman's Home Missions eo-
ciety will hold a linen shower for the
orphans', home at Springfield, Mo.,:
Friday evening, April 10, at the home
of Mrs. R. B. Williams,' 510 Nineteenth
street. Members as well as-friends
will 'be welcome ' - .
..The choir will meet for rehearsal
Saturday evening ' at 7:30 in the
at the home of Mrs. Andrew Kempe,
031 Thirty-fifth street, Friday after
' Lenteji services will be held Friday
evening at 8 o'clock in the church:
South Park Chapel. The Junior as
sociation will meet in the chapel1 to
morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. In
stead of the regular prayer services
tomorrow evening there will be a tem
perance rally at which Dr. W. S.v Mar
quis will speak. .
HOLD ANOTHER CONFERENCE
Democratic City-Township Committee
and Candidates to Meet.
Another conference of the demo
cratic city-township- committee and
city-township candidates will be held
this evening at Turner hall tot make
further arrangements in connection
with the compaign. !
VOTE FOR TERRITORIAL AN
NEXATION. IT IS AN ESSENTIA!.
ELEMENT IN ROCK ; ISLAND'S
Buried at Omaha. .
' The -remains of James L. Knowles,
who died at Watcrtown Sajtuiday
morning, wore taken yesterday to
Omaha for burial. His wife, daughter -and
.son have their home there. '
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Broadway Presbyterian. The Junior
association . will . meet Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Sunday
Wednesday evening .prayer services
will be held at 7:30 in the church.
Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the home the grand prize Went tO Gold
ol Mrs. F. R. Harrington, 1001 Twsn-' r '
tieth street - - meHHi .. riour vvasnDUril-
'- r :' Crosby's.
First Baptist.Wednesday eveningi
piayer services wiu oe to lea y a . That proves it's the flOUT Cf
iuvvuu& vi iuv wj" v i iivviuiui v xtaoo. - . .t .
Friday afternoon the Ladies' Mis- nOUTS reallV best.
sion society i win - meet ai tne nome or
Mrs. Peck, 1024 Fifteenth street. The
choir will meet' for rehearsal Friday
evening. ? " . : -
PHnHUfrtnH . nantt,f Dt-Qt-n. comlpofi
will be held Wednesday evening in
the church. The choir will meet for
rehearsal Saturday evening.
Grace llrtheran. The Acme society
will meet this evening '. with the
Misses Edwall, 4315 .Eighth avenue.
Thev Reliance club, will meet Thurs
day evening witti t Fred Setterdahl,
1127 Second avenue.- v i 1
Cl0 MrnaL ftOU
Tiic covering of eggs and
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grinding; the hygienic method of
otir grandmothers and great
grandmothers applied by modern
machinery for yoar particular
benefit. Does not improve the
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tended to do so.
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... Room 3S Hock UUaal. .' , ' '
Offlf hoars. 8 i. . to t p, a
Satnrdar Ofnlas. TrLrkomr wnt 814.
jj;, The-Ladles' Aid society will meet i
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