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THURSDAY.-APRIL 10, -1908.
FOR GOOD FRIDAY
Special Service Commemofat
- Ing Day Are to be Ketd in
the Various Churches 7
PREPARATORY 10 EASTER
Episcopal,' Lutheran and Catholic Con
' "flregattona vo Observe Anniver-
' - sary In . Morning.
' Services commemorating the cruci
fixion of the Christ will be held in
many of the churches tomorrow, Good
Friday. The Episcopal, Lutheran, and
Catholic churches observe the day
with beautiful and impressive services.
At, Trinity Episcopal church, Rev. G.
1L Sherwood, rector, morning prayer
will be said at 9:30. The solemn three
hours' devotion will be from 12 to 3
o'clock and the , evenlpg prayer and
the penitential office will be .held at
7:30. Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock
the sacrament of holy baptism will be
administered. Easter Sunday will be
observed with choral celebration and
communion at 6 a. mi.; the low cele
bration at 8 o'clock; morning prayer,
: holy communion and sermon at 10:45,
and the children's festival In the af
ternoon at 4 o'clock, and there will be
no evening service.
In Catholic Caarchea.
At St. Joseph's Catholic church, Dean
J. J. Quinn, rector, the mass of the
pre-sanctified will 1e said at 8 o'clock,
with, the order of services as follows:
Stations of the cross, reading of the
passion, and adoration of the cross,
j "With the exception of the mass, the
service"-will be repeated at 7:30 in the
. Morning office will be celebrated at
Sacred Heart church at 7:30 by Rev.
J. F. Lockney, and at 7:32 in the ev
enlng there will be a sermon on the
At Grace Lutheran church Rev. I. O.
Nothstein will conduct a passion serv
ice at 10:45, as will also Rev. E. K.
Jonson at the Zion Lutheran church,
and Rev. S. G. Hagglund at the First
Swedish Lutheran church.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be gladly received and published. But
In either case the Identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
Reception for Charter Members.
A reception was held at Memorial hall
yesterday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock
for the three charter members of the
Woman's Relief corps. Mrs. Sylvia
Hemenway, Mrs. Sarah Norrls and
Mrs. Anna Carlton. The 21st anniver
sary of the founding of the local .or
ganization has just been passed and
this was the occasion for the affair of
yesterday. It was for members only,
and there was a good attendance. Re
freshments were served and each of
the three charter members was given
a pretty souvenir.
Entertains Binfodden Club. Mrs. J.
Ohlweiler, 1018 Third avenue, enter
tained the members of the Binfodden
club at her, home yesterday afternoon
at progressive cinch. First prize was
carried oft by Mrs. W. B. Lee of Mo
line, and the consolation by Mrs. J.
M. Imhof of this city.
P3LICE RAID POKER GAME
Tiger Over Moline Saloon Is Captured
by the Officers. ,
The Moline police raided the rooms
over the saloon on Fifteenth street,
llll tot. TnealerBulidins.
v SOCIAL AFFAIRS
wfiicb is' orned ' by ' Henry '' tiuy vaerti'
ana luierrupiea a poKer . game wnicn
was ;,ln progress. Charles Moore, who
was running the game, was -assessed
$26.80 lri line and costs this 'morning
In police court TSix others who were
In the game .were taken In" and they
gave, fictitious names.' JSach of them
paid $2.8010 fineandeosls ' , - ;
J. H. LEWtS FORMALLY, a J
JN GUBERNATORIAL RACE
Says Chicago Man , Should be Put at
Head of State Ticket by he '
Chicago, -.April 16. Colonel : Jaines
Hamilton Lewis made a "formal avowal
of his candidacy for the democratic
nomination for governor yesterday,
and his campaign managers at once
Bhot petitions broadcast over the state
to have his name placed on the pri
mary ballot. ..
'I have authorized ;- my friends,"
said Colonel1 Lewis, ."to announce that
I am an active candidate for the
democratic candidate for governor and
to circulate petitions for the placing
of my name on the primary ballot.
I believe, that the party , nominee
should come from Cook ' county, -' for
Chicago has not been represented at
the head of the state ticket since the
days of Governor AltgeM. All things
being equal downstate it Is my be
lief that the chances of a "democratic
victory in- the coming election will be
greatly enhanced if the nominee is
assured of drawing a large vote from
Cook county. As soon as -my affairs
permit I shall begin my canvass' ac
tively." WILL DEMAND TAR1FFCHANGE
Minnesota Republicans Meet in State
Minneapolis, April 16. The republi
can state convention met here today to
nominate four delegates at Jarge to
the national convention. Samuel 1L
Snider was elected temporary chair
man. In his speech Snider forecasted
the platform would contain a demand
for a revision of the tariff. , ,
The platform adopted heartily 'com
mends Roosevelt's administration, re
affirms the principle of protection, but
believes the time has come for a re
vision of tariff schedules by a rapubli
can congress, and Instructs the Min
nesota delegation to secure the nom
ination of Taft by all honorable means.
SMALL TOLEDO BANK FAILS
Depression Catches Institution Patron
ized by the Poorer Class.
Toledo, April 16. The Dorr Street
Savings bank, an institution situated
in the factory district and patronized
principally by ? workmen and small
tradesmen, closed Its doors today. The
trouble Is due to financial depression.
The bank is capitalized at $25,000 and
had , $125,000 on deposit. The assets
will pay the depositors in full.
Cotton Brokers Fail.
New York, April 16. The failure of
Crutchfield & Co., members of the
couon excnanire. was annraincpd nn
exchange today. The failure is not re- j
garded as important. , . . .
FATHER SHOOTS DAUGHTER
Tragedy Follows Refusal of GirJ to
Reject Certain Suitor.
Asheville, N. C, April 16. Because
she would not heed his instructions
to stop the attentions of several
young men, Dr. C. C. Swinney yester
day shot and seriously Injured his
daughter, Nellie, aged 16, and then
committed suicide. The shooting oc
curred In- the parlors of the normal
school, where the girl is a student.
CERTIFIES 1 0ST0CK INCREASE
Rock Island Plow Company Files Pa
pers at Springfield. ,
Springfield. 111., April 1C. (Argds
Special.) The Rock Island Plow com
pany of Rock Island certified to the
secretary of state today to an increase
of its capital stock from $600,00fe to
$2,200,000.. - . , .
Oatmeal King Dead. '
Akron, Ohio, April 16. Ferdinand
Schumacher, known "as "Oatmeal King
of American," died unexpectedly here
last night, aged 82. He retired from
business . some years ago. .
Marlowe Closes Season.
New York, April 16, The illness of
Julia Marlowe; the actress, has reach
ed such a stage" her managers - have
announced the closing of her tour for
the season. .
Fist Fight Ends in Death. :
Rockford, 111., - April 16. Curtis B.
Savage died yesterday from : a blow
dealt by Remus Potts, contractor. "The
men quarreled over damage done to
hitching posts by Savage'B horse.
A "Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheu
matic Pains. , , - i 1
I have been a great sufferer from
the dreadful disease, rheumatism, for
a number of years." I have tried many
medicines, but never got much relief
from any of them until two yea;s ago,
when I bought a bottlej of Chamber
lain's Pain Bairn. I found relief be
fore I had used all of one . bottle, oat
kept on applying and soon felt like a
different woman.- 'Through my advice
many of my friends have tried It and
can ". tell you how wonderfully v it has
worked. Mrs. . Sarah , Ai Cole: 14 IS,
New street": Dover, Del.- Chamber-
lam's Pain Balm Js a Jintment. "The
relief front, pain which , it affords is
alone worth many times its. cost. . It
makes rest - and sleep possible. For
sale by all -druggists.
partly cloudy ;
and Friday., i
J. 91. SHER1ER, Local Forecaster.
Teinperatare at 7 a. at 33 1 ; at 3i30
p. m., S. Maalmam temperature' la la
24,aan, S9 mlalnant, 30. .Velocity of
wind at T a. ai' 14 mllca per hoar. Stage
of water, 3.0 feet ao change la last 24
hours. ' Precipitation, aoae. ' '
; April 16 In History,
1071 John Law; famous
' born: died 1729. '
KkSO-Aphafa 6r Apnra)
Behn. noted Euclisb
dramatist arid novel- i
1-4. ' t. .knit ' 'I
. ioL,. U1VU, UU1U MUVUfc
1814 Eugene Bcaubar- :
nais,' marshal -and viceroy (son of
Empress Josephine), signed a . con-,
ventlon with the allies In Italy, and
the Napoleonic wars were ended
I" till the Waterloo campaign. .. ,
1852 France declared war against
Mexico. Being engrossed with civil
war, the United States could , not
,' protest against this violation of. the
Monroe doctrine. ' :
1904 Samuel Smiles, LL. D., English
"surgeon and author of "Self Help,",
died; born 1812. -
Tonight and Tomorrow Morning.
Sun sets 0:36, ;TlsesT5:i4; moon rises
(1:37 p. m.; moou at greatest libra tlon
east . . ' -
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Jones for second hand goods.
Trl-CUy Towel Supply company.
Cheapest wall paper at McCabe's.
For fancy noslery The Mill Store. -
For bur or express. Spencer & Trefz.
x Kerler 4 Co. clean carpets and rugs.
Read H. K. Walker's classified ads.
Red Cross shoes for ladles at the
The latest styles in men's hats and
caps at the Mill Store.
Sell me your household goods.
Jonesf" se'eond hand and loans.
Let Krell & SIcmon do your furnace
and tin work; 1316 Third avenue.
H. R. Battles & Co. will take your
coupons for Van Camp's baked beans.
Need any carpenter, work? Call on
Bergeson, 1615 Fourteenth street. Old
H. R. Battles & Co. carry the larg
est variety of fresh vegetables and
fancy fruits. In ."the city.
, H. R. Battles & Co. suggest that
you place yimr Easter order early so
you may get the first pick.
. The' Mill Store for your 60-cent aifd
1 ' dress shirts; beautiful- patterns;
large assortment to select from.
Dr. Joseph DeSilva has removed his
office from , the Bengston building to
rooms 206 and 207 Safety building.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Baptist church will hold the monthly
thimble bee tomorrow afternoon in
the church parlors.
William Alday and Mrs. Jennie
Davis, both of Moline, were united in
marriage yesterday afternoon by Jus
tice G. Albert Johnson.
See( A. L. Bruner for piano tuning,
regulating, voicing and repairing. AH
work guaranteed. . 425 Nineteenth
street. New phone 5291. :
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Howerston of
Seattle, Wash., are the parents of a
baby daughter.' Mrs. Howerston was
formerly Miss Winifred Hinds 'of this
city. : ' '
The Ladles' Aid society of Broadway
Presbyterian church will meet tomor
row afternoon at 2.30 at the home of
Mrs. W. P. Ammerman, 1043 Twen
tleth street. . - ,
J. C. Gibson of Moline will speak at
the South Rock Island school house on
the Twenty-Fourth street road tomor
row evening at 8 o'clock on "The Evo-
liltlnn rtf KrwlaTtdrm"
A small blaze occurred this noon at
51$ Thirtieth street and the fire de
partment was called to extinguish It.
Sparks had in some way ignited the
shingles on the roof. The damage was
nominal. - -.. t
The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Methodist church will hold the last of
Its series of pantry sales at Hensley's
flower store on Twentieth street Sat
urday afternoon. -A supply of Easter
novelties Will be on sale.
. Mrs. J. H. Slaughter gave a surprise
party Wednesday la honor of her son
Fred's 18th birthday anniversary. . Many
beautiful presents were received. Those
present were: ; : Rufus Rasset, Lar-
den, Wilson, Joe Lee, Charles Gold
en. Will Goodman," Arthur Moore, E.
Sharkeys; Misses Llzxie Morrison,
Saunders, . C. . Farner, M. Farrier, O
Linzy, . Stoner," ZJ Golden, r Goodman,
Ritchie,' Lewis, E: .Moore and Mrs.
E. A. Brlce. ; .-
To LewlstQwn, . Mont., Via Chicago,
Milwaukee & St, Paul Rail
' "road- 43750. v:-'
Arrangements are being made for
special tourist car to. run through
from Davenport to Lewlstown. Mont
Tuesday, ..; April 21. Parties desiring
accommodation In this car should
make reservations on or before Friday
April 17.- v This will be a splendid op
portunlty to " visit" the - new ' territory
along the ' Pacific coast extension of
the Milwaukee lines and see the 'flue
farming lands In "the . famous Judith
Basin. For fuir particulars, write or
call, v" P. LT 'Hlnrlchs. Commercial
Agent, 303 Brady s reet, Davenport
Iowa. ' .. . v . -
1 1 i iafi r i
can count oti one
tut best quality finds a place
young men who are faddish and fin
icky about the latest touches of style.
We gave special attention to our
Young Men's Department, and
have as a result the snappi
est clothes for young fellows.
$15 to $35
We did not neglect the
man who wishes the neat,
Here he has everything
' ' j
LOVV FARES TO PACIFIC COAST.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Rail
One-way colonist tickets on sale
daily until April 30( to Seattle, Taco
raa, Spokane, Portland, Victoria. Van
couver, San Francisco, Los Angeles.
and many other Pacific coast points;
$38 from Chicago; proportionately low
rates from points west of Chicago; $7
for double berth In tourist sleeper from
Chicago. - Your local agent will fur
nish complete Information regarding
fare from your station, routes and
train service, free. F. A. Miller, gen
eral passenger agent, Chicago.
I wish to notify the public that I
will not be responsible for any debts
my wife, Mrs. Josephine A. Mattoon,
may contract after this date.
April 14, 1908. G. M. MATTOON.
Rock Island, lu.
TWELVE, DAYS MORE.
We are virtually thrown irfthe
street without a location a limp
and nerveless, puppet. . Twelve
.-days to reduce' stock and find "a
home." ; That's why every arti
cle, including all the new Easter
.jewelry,, has 'its price cut to
death. - - ' - .V
' See tomorrow's ad for a par
- tial list of prices.
Rock IsiANa lu.
Particular Vhere You Trade
YOU KNOW US
Chicago; April 1C Following
the market quotations today:
May, 91, 92V4, 00, 92Vi,
July, 85, 85, 81. 85.
September, 83, 84, 82V, 83'.
May. 67'4, 67, 6G, 6G.
July, 04, 64'4, C3. 63. .
September, 02; 03, ,C2V6, 62.
May, 53, 53, 53, 53V4.
July, 45. 45, 45, 45'4.
September, 37, 37, 37V4, 37.
May, 12.87, 13.02, 12.87, 13.00. ,
July, 13.20, 13.33, 13.20, 13.30.
September, 13.55, 13.67, 13.55, 13.02.
May, 8j05, 8.10, 8.05, 8707. .
July, 8.22, 8.30, 8.22, 8.27. -September,
8.42, 8.50, 8.42, 8.47.
May, 6.87, 6.92, 6.87, 0.90.
July, 7.10, 7.17, 7.10, 7J5.
September, 7.35, 7.40, 7.35, 7.40.
; Receipts today: Wheat, 17; corn,
97; oats, 116; hogs, 16,000; cattle,
3,500; sheep. 3,000.
nog mantel opened weau. Hogs
left over. 7.000. Light. $5.40(55.90:
mixed and butchets, $5.1O5.90; .good
heavy, S5.355.85; rough heavy 85.30
5.50. ' ) -
Cattle market opened steady.
Pheen market opened weak.
Omaha: Hogs, 7,500; cattle, 3,000.
Kansas City: Hogs, 10,000; cattle,
3,000. . - '
Hog market closed slow and weak.
Light, S5.355.90; good heavy, $5.35
5.90; mixed and butchers. S5.40
5.95; rough heavy, $5.405.50. -7
Cattle market closed steady. Beeves.
$4.&0 7.20; cows and heifers, S2.75(
6.20 f stockers and feeders, -$3.25 5.35.
Sheep market closed weak. ts' ..
Northwestern receipts . - - -
Minneapolis: Today, 88; last week.
144; last year, 293. Duluth: Today,
12; last week, 28; last year, 227. .
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
higher, corn unchanged.
' Liverpool closed Wheat to
higher, corn higher.
New York Stocks.
: New York, April 16. Following are
the quotations on the stock market to
day: . . '
Gas 89. IT. P128, U. S. Steel
preferred y, ; u. a. steel common
.r r v. - : -- . ; .. . . ' ill
34, Reading 105, Rock Island pre
ferred 28, Rock Island common 15,
Southern Pacific 73, X. Y. Central
98, Missouri Pacific 44. Smelters
69, C. F. I. 24, Canadian Pacific
150, Pcnna 117, Erie 17, C. & O.
31. B. R. T. 47, Atchison 70. Lo
comotive 44, Sugar ,126. St. Paul
118, Copper 57, 'Republic Steel
common- 18, Southern Ry. 14.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel. v
Rock Island, April 16. The scarcity
of corn on the market has caused the
price to make a jump of from 3 to 5
ceh-ts In the last1 two days. Following
are-the wholesale prices in the local
market today: -
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 12c to 13c.
' Live Poultry Spring chickens. 10c
per pound; hens, per pound, 9; ducks,
per pound, 9c; turkeys, per pound,
14c; geese, per pound, 9c.
Butter Dairy. 25c to 27c.
. Lard 10c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 65c; onions,
Hogs $5.50 to $5.90.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.00; latebs; $4 50 to $6.75.
Cattle Steers; $3.00 to $0.00; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.00; calves, $4.00
' Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 68c to 70c; oats, 50c to
53c. - ..
Forage Timothy hay," $11 to $13;
prairie, $8.00 to $10.00; clover, $1.00
to $11.00; straw, $6.00. ;
Coal-Lump, per bushel, 14ci slack.
per bushel 7c to 8c.
AH the news all the time The Argus.
the Stores for- feit
faj-m m-i Fashion .rl "
' "'icv ' Mrr Center '
We carry the largest and finest stock of cut flowers In thecity Amer
ican Beauties, Tea. Roses, Carnations, Sweet Peas, Daffodils, Tulips,
etc. ' - ' '" . ' . -. . " : - .
EASTER LILUES, . V " GERANIUMS, 7 ' 5 ;
" BABY RAMBLER- ROSES, MARTHA WASHINGTON'S '
HYDRANGIAS. PETUNIAS. . ' ' '.' . 7 V
MARGUERITES, 7' 7 - FINE FERNS, ETC. -' ' . - '
HENSLEY'S FLOWER STORE
FOURTH AVENUE AND TWENTIETH STREET.
HAD JUMPED OFF A TRAIN
Manner in Which Marshal Crone of
' Moline Was Killed.
Marshal Crone, the Moline man whu
was killed at Canton, III., yesterday
morning, met death in jumping from
a train. His family removed to Can
ton from Moline two weeks ago, an I
he continued to woFk in the Plow city.
It is presumed ho had gone to Canton
for a visit, though-he h;:d not given
his wife notice of his coming. He waa
about 50 years of age and had former
ly lived at Ccnton. .
I ARE YOU IN NEED
Do you want it quickly? Do
you want to deal where you will
feel safe? We loan from
$10 to $300
On household goods, pianos,
horses, wagons, fixtures, etc.,:
without removal, at the lowest;
rates and on the fairest terms'
offered. - - i
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK
BLDG., ROOM 11.
Office Hours: .Telephone
8a. m. to 6 p.m. , West 122
. OPEN , ;-'
WEDNESDAY AND SATUR