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THE "ARGOS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1909.
TO BE RALLY DAY
Special Services at First and
German Methodist Churches
SEMINARY PRESIDENT HERE
nr. H. If. Fiost, Onarga, 111., to As
hist i:ev. Williams Missionary
at Central Presbyterian.
Rally day exercises are to be hel 1
at I ho various services at the First
Methodist church tomorrow. In t'.v
morning a special program will ho
rendered at Sunday school, while Rev,
H. H. Frost. D. D.. president of tlu
Crand Prairie seminary at Onarga. 111.,
will deliver a sermon, and Miss At
trude Vohn, a member of the high
school faculty, will sing a solo. !n
the evening there will he special raliy
day features at tne Epworth league
meeting at C:3. which will be led
.Miss Bertha Jonassen. whih; at the
evening service nt T::M Mr. Frost will
deliver an address to tha young peo
ple. There will be rally day services ;:
ihe German Methodist church tomor
iow also. Regular services will be dis
pensed with. In the morning the con
gregation will unite with tl?e Sunday
school, which opens at 10: :'.ti. A spe
cial program of musical numbers an:!
addresses has been arranged. In ihe
evening the Epworth league win give y.
literary program at
China MlMtlonary Will Speak.
. Rev. Robert.JVK Mateer. 25 years mis-
fdonarv in San Tung. China, will o--
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the I tally Day Exercises at the First Methodist Church Tomorrow.
TO TALK SUFFRAGE
.nnv thP milnif nt the reiitr.il Preshv- -'"
. .o'l" March Militaire
His Rooms Are Crowded With People
Seeking Free Electrical Treat
ment, Which Is Given to
Prove That They Cur'
to Stay Cured.
PEOPLE WANT PROOF.
That is being demonstrated by the
rush at Dr. Bartz's offices in the Pec
pie's National bank building, rooms
4 00, 401 and 4 02 (fourth floor).
As early as 9 o'clock this morning
bis waiting room was crowded with
patients who are taking advantage of
liis free electrical treatments, which
.are given without charge to prove
that they cure to stay cured.
It is astonishing at the number of
ovt-of-town people not only from Il
linois but Iowa as well, who are tak
ing advantage of the doctor's offer.
Nearly every town within a radius of
"n miles is represented, and the num
ber is rapidly increasing due to the
marvelous work that is being accom
plished. A treatment is indeed won
derful that can show its power over
pain and weakness in less than iO
Are you nervous, dyspeptic, weak
in stomach, constipated? Do you
have spots floating before your eyes'
Have you shortness of breath, head
ache, neuralgia, shooting pains in the
Vhest. ankles, hips or any part of the
body? Are you in pain from rheu-
rratism. lame back, sciatica, lumbago,
or weak kidneys? Do you arise in
the morning unrefreshed from sleep.
;gloomj' and despondent? Do your
jkidneys Or bladder give you any
trouble' Is your vitality below the
.standard? Have you catarrh of the
nose, throat or breathing organs?
II so, you will find Dr. Bartz's elec
trical treatments one of nature's
grandest remedies. All treatments
are now given free of charge up tc
and including Oct. 17. This great of
fer is made to the sick and ailing to
introduce his new methods and is cer
tainly the most liberal offer ever
made in this or any other city.
The following are extracts taken
from testimonials received. Their
words are honest testimony for their
Xervoiis Headache Cured Free.
No. 2 Mr. Joseph Steinhauser. R.
F. D., No. 2, Aurora, 111., says: "For
two years I suffered from headaches
r.nd nervousness After trying all
kinds of headache powders, etc.,
without relief, I finally decided to
see Dr. Bartz about electrical treat
ments. To my utter surprise, the
fiiFt treatment removed it as if by
magic. I have lived near Aurora for
14 years and am well acquainted.
Highly Recommends Dr. Itrt7.'s
No. 3 .Air. F. L. McChesney. Ba
tnvia. 111., says: "For about 10 years
1 began to run down and every little
exertion seemed to play me out com
pletely. Having beard about Dr.
Bartz's electrical treatments. I con
suited him and took his treatment
with the result that in about two
weeks' time I felt like a new man.
I'. S. Mr. McChesney is a retired
farmer and is well known in his
IK. NICHOLAS IJ. It.XRTZ,
Rooms 400, 401 and 402. People's
National bank building (fourth fleer)
corper Second avenue and Eighteenth
street, Hock Island, 111.
Office hours. 9 a. ni. to ."i p. m
daily. Wednesday and Saturday un
til S:30 p. in. Sundays 10 to 12.
lessor Rjwloy will rend?r a : p.'ci-l
musical program morning and evening.
In the evening lie will be assisted by
Miss Florence D. Knight with the vio-j
lin. The selections are: "Kan.la.n1' . - -.
cravioso." by Lysaorg: -Sleeping Miss Anna Maley, National Or-
Fiowers." by Gregg: ' Ti v.impii?! ,
.March." by Mendelssohn, in the moil
ing and 'Uobcslied.' by Hi-n.-eli ; j
by liai;;-,r. and j
gncii in ni-
i anizer of Woman's Progres
sive Leasne Coming-.
Wiley Arranges Visits for
STEWARDS MEET OCT. 26
Date Appointed for First Quarter
Sunday Servh-ow Over Which"
He Is to Preside.
AWARDS TO BE &1ADE
IN BOYS' CONTESTS
SPEAK BE FORE LOCAL: BODY!
Interesting Kxeroiscs Arranged for
Tomorrow at the Local
v. yi. c. .
Tomoirow afternoon at 2:13 the B.
G. M. boys of the Y. M. C. A. will ho.d
their regular meeting. At this meet
ing the winners of tiie track eent-.
last Tuesday evening will receive the
prizes. The winners of tirst plac-'-a
will receive a blue ribbon :u.d the win
ners ot second places will receive
red riobon. Fiank B:nig, who won th
rr.ost poinrs, will receive a watch l'o:.
B. (I. SI. buttons wil! bo given to the
j boys y!i have attendee, fo.ir consecu
tive meetings. The newly elected o:ii
cers will be foimally installed. Tn"?
officers of the associat;ou jroniis a
very interesting ceremony. Clark
Gilman. physiai director, will address
the boys, and has chosen for bis sub
ject A Boy Bight Side
At 4 o'clock U. D. Fisher ot" Milan
will meet with the members ;l tiia
men's bible class.
Next Tuesday. Wednesday an 1
Thursday the association building w'.l
be closed all day, and on Fndax it will
be closed till Friday noon. Tins is vo
allow the work of renovating and .
pairing to go on uninterrupted so that
it mav be completed in time for tb"
formal fall opening on Friday evening.
Annual Ball " tole'lfrlift-'XeVt Month
at IN.ck lsdand finlust I ial
The Woman's National Pi ogress ive
l.-.-agae met with Mrs. .1. W. Kelly, U
Thirteenth avenue. Moline, yesterday
f fternoon. The corresponding .srer0
tary reported that she had receive
information fro.n the national heal
quarters in New York that Miss Ann.
Maley, national organizer, would b
Kent cn a tour through the state durin:
the months of November and Octobf-i
to led ur. and distribute literature c
t ho woman sinTrage question. Tiie sec
rotary was instructed to secure Mis
Maley for a lectnr" here.
I'lnn for Hall.
Preliminary arrangements wer-
made for the annual ball which will
probably; be given at the Industrial
home in November.
The next meeting will be held wii
Xrs.'-ce Anderson. 1519 ' Eighteenth
avenue. Rock Island, Friday. Oct. 15
IN THE CHURCHES
anrviceg in tne various caurcQes wHl
je held as' follows tomorrow:
Trinity Episcopal church. Nine
teenth street and Sixth avenue; Ilev
Granville H. S.itrwood. rector. Ser
vires at T::5( and 10:45 n .m. and 7:
p. in. Sun. lay schoo at SO.
enrol A I o rnfa nn r.Trfx' Zion Swedish Lutheran, Forty-fifth
ortuiHLO run UtUtUHl uo street and Seventh avenue. Rev. E. K
jouson, pastor, services at 10:45 a.
..:k i un-.img nopresenrarives m ani, 7:30 p m Sunday sch0Ol at
n jitii h PMPru . tir.vemioiis. '9-15 a m
a special train on the Kocx island
:r'. u5Kse car. a tuner. (v.fonrtu street and Seventh avenue
ru, u.,u - u n uu.a.i nt.v. i,a o. Nothstein. pastor. Sunday
car passed through Rock Island this , . , . . . '
. , oiuwi ut.a:ia u, m - services at lu: 1j
i. m. and 7:45 p. , cither le.Tfgw
Grace English Lutheran, corner For
afternoon. The special comes from
Chicago and will go to Denver. The
delegates from "; Chicago and other
points afong the line to the American
StreeVand Interurban Railway asso
ciation convention are on the train.
meeting at :45
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lv Guardianshin."? i' j-1
i a. nimroon s.morin of th teenth street and Fourth avenue. Rev
Tri-Citv Railwav company boarded s- G- Hagglund, pastor. Sunday school
the snecial bore - , at 9:15 a. in. Services at 10:30 a. m.
A special consisting of 11 cars. Eib,e scho1 exercises at 7:30 p. m.
drawn by two engines. passed Mo"iing. -reception of new members
thiough here yesterday afternoon. J,lt fommunion service. Preparatory
It came from New York and carried address. "What Manner of Communi
the delegates from there to the elec- cation Have Ye In the Way?" Even-
trical convention at - San Francisco. inS. song service. English sermon.
The run from Chicago to this city . "Pitching One's Tent Toward Sodom
was made in four hours and live inin- a Character Study of Lot."
FOR COUNTY COURT
Position ly Judge It. W.
German Lutheran, comer Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. P. Wil
helm. pastor. Services at 10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. in.
German Evangelical, Ninth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenuee
Rev. P. J. Rolf pastor. Sunday scboo
Kamser Is Appointed to a 915 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m
anu ::;u p. m.
Th" large nuhiber of d ?linriuency
cases which have been demanding Ihe
t tent km of .Itdge R. W. Olmsted in
the county court tiurinz the nast few-
months nas caused the judge to thin!; ;e,My "lu preacn morning and even-
Memorial Christian, corner Third ave
t imo and Fifteenth street. Bible school
3?0 a. m. Junior C. E. at 2:30 p. in.
Y. P. Christian Endeavor society at
6:45 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m
Professor Sherman Kirk of Drake uni-
it advisable to have a probation office
Many or" the defendants in delinquene
cas-es are piaeerl under thi c ire of an
Second Christian, corner Sixth street
and Thirteenth avenue. Sund.iv cohnci
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especially appointed probation office--. jat 9:la a- m-J George H. Hull superln
This niakos a large number of such tenaent.
officers necessary. The judge has ac I
cordingly chosen Miss Dina Ramse. ' -entral Presbyterian, corner Twelfth
the police matron of this cKv. to act seet and Eleventh aveuue. Rev. Mar-
as regularly appointed probation offi- ion Humphreys, pastor. Sunday school
cer. and several boys and young at : a. m. Preaching at 10:45 and
women who seem to need watching "'(- Rev. Robert M. Mateer of San
over will be entrusted to her charge. r,,nS. China, in morning. Evening
There will be a meeting of Aerio 95
at the home, on Sundav. at 10 a n
Rev. W. R.' Wiley, Rock Island, dis
trict superintendent of fie MothodiU
Episcopal Church, har. fixed the date-:
for the conferences which arr. to b?
held In the district churches during
the first quarter.
The dates, tor the firs! quarter Sun
day services over 'which Dr. Wiley
will preside have' also been sclectej.
Dr. Wiley will preside over the tO'i
foiences and hold his Sunday servie m
on the same day in some of th'
churches. For instance he will prcac:i
at Ihe Zuma church Oct. 3 at 10:30,
and at noon on the same day the con
ference will be held.
The district stewards' meeting w '.1
be held in the First Methodist Epis
copal church at Rock Island Oct. 20 :-t
2 o'clock in the afternoon.
The quarterly conferenc.-s will
held as follows:
Zuma. 12 m., Oct. 3.
Hampton, 4 p. :n.. Oct. 3.
Port Byion, !i:S0 a. in.. -Oct. 1
Sheffield. 3 p. m.. Oct. 9.
Green River, 4 p. in.. Oct. 1.
Spencer Memorial. 7:'.!'i p. ni.. Oct. !
i'JHk : ' Srl. -", ' I a
Gencsco, 7:3n p. in.. Oct. 15.
Salem, in a. m.. Oct.
Atkinson, 3 p. m. Oct. 10.
Reynolds, 10 a. m., Oci. 1." '
. Taylor Ridge. 2 p. in.. Oct. lit.-.
Preemption. 7:3i p. m.. Oct. 1!t.
Cambridge, 9:30 a. m.. Oct. 2i".
Orion. 2 p. ni., Oct. 20". "
Keithsburg, X p. m.. Oct. '20.
Sun Beam. 10 a. :a.. Oct. 21
Milleishurg, 2 p. m., Oct. 21.
Epworth. 5 n. ni.. Oct. 21.
Ncponset, 10 a. m., Oct. 23.
Buda, 3 p. m., Oct. 23.
Bradford. 7:30 p. m.. Oct. 23.
Tikilwa. 9:30 a. in.. Oct. 25.
Silvis. R p. in.. Oct. 25.
Moline (1st), S p. m., Oc:. 29.
Moline 2d). 7.30 p. :n., Nov. 1.
.Milan. 7:30 p. in.. Nov. 5.
Watertown. S p. m.. Nov. t".
Rock Island ( 1st). 7:30 p. in.. Nov. S
Kewanee. 7"-:S0 p. m.. N.ov. 12.
Saxon. 2 p. m.. Nov. 13.
Galva. 7:30 p. m.. Nov. 13.
Viola. 7:30 p. ni.. Nov. 19.
New Windsor, in a. m.. Nov. 2
Alpha, 2 p. in.. Nov. 2.
Woodiiull. 7:30 p. n.. Nov. 2t.
Aledo. 7:30$). m., Nov. 20.
The dates' on" which he will conduct
Sunday services aio:
Zuma. 10:30 a. in.. Oct. 3.
Hampton. :' p. in.. Oct. 3.
Port Byron. 7:30 p. in.. Oct. 3.
Memoiial, 10:30 a. in.. Oct. 10.
Green River, 3 p. in.. Oct. 10.
Spencer Memorial. 7:30 p. m.. Oct. 10
Atkinson, 11a. m.. Oct. 17.
Salem. 3 p. in.. Oct. 17.
Geneseo. 7:30 p. in., Oct. 17.
Bradford. 10: 3o a. m., Oct. 21.
Cottage, 3 p. in., Oct. 14.
TiskiU a. 7:30 p. m., Oct. 24.
Moline (1st), 11 a. m., Oct. 31.
Carbon Cliff. 3 p. in.. Oct. 31.
Moline (2). 7:30 p. ni., Oct
Milan. 10:30 a. ni.. Nov. 7.
Rock Island (1st ).7:30 p. ni
Galva, 10:30 a. m.. Nov. 14.
Saxon, 3 p. m.. Nov. 14.
Kewanee. 7:30 p. in.. Nov. 14.
Woodhull, 10:30 a. in.. Nov. 21.
Ne w Windsor, 3 p. ni..-. No v. 2 1 . x
J Viola, 7:30 p. m.; Nov JlJ i
Epworth. in: 30 a. in.. Nov. 2S.
vJWIJlerf.burg, 3 p. ;n.. Nov. 2k. p
f Uledo. 7:30 p. m..No.'!fs-: ".''
Sun Beam. 10:30 a. ni.. Doc. 5.
Sea ton, 3 p. in., Dec. 5. . ,
Keitsburg, Dec. 5.
Buda. 10:3t a. m., Dec. 12.
Neiionset. 7:30 p. m., Dec. 12.
Cambridge. 10:30 a. in.. Doc. 19.
Osco, 3 p. ni., Dec. 19.
Oiion. 7:30 p. m.. Dec. 19.
Preemption. 10:30 a. m., Dec. 20.
Mt. Connels. 3 p. ni.. Dec. 2t'.
Reynolds. 7:30 p. m.. Dec. 2fi.
Ing at 10:45 a. in. end 7:30 p. in.
Rally lay exercises will be held. " Rev.
H. H. Frost of Onarga, I1L. will preach
both morning and evening, his address
at 7r?.n i. m. belns: for vouns r.eonlo (:
District Superintendent W. K..; peciaiiy.
Spencer Memorial Methodist church,
coiner Forty-third street and Seventh
i venue: Rev. F. E. Shult. pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior
league at 2:30. Epworth league at
Geiman Methodist, corner Four
teenth and Sixth avenue, Re. William
Scnoenig, pastor. Sunday school, ai
9:15 a. m. Services at'10:30 a. m .and
7:45 p. m. Epworth league at 7:15.
Rally day. No sermon : but four f.hoit
addresses in morning. Epwonh league
literary prop ram in evening at 7:30.
Free Methodist. Ninth avenue
and Fifteenth street. Rev. John
Harvey, pastor. Sunday school at 9:43
a. m. Love feast at 10 a. m.
Wyman A. M. E. Mission, Thirteenth
street and Fifth avenue. P. R. Penn.
pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 3
p. m. and 8 p. m.
Firpt Baptist, corner Third avenue
and Fifteenth Etreet. Rev. II. W. Reed,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Young People's society. i:30 p. m.
Morning service at 10.15. Evening at
7:30. Morning subject. "Consumma
tion of Faith." Evening, "Brothei
hood of Christians."
Swedish Baptist, corner cf Twen'y
first street and Fifth avenue. Rev. D.
Holmberg. pastor. Preaching service
rnd 7:30 p. m. Morning fopic, "Mu
tual Eneouragemont." Evening. "Sav
ed from Sin."
Edgewood Baptist, Corner Forty
fourth street andFifth avenue. Rev.
I). II. Leland, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. in.
and 7:3n p. m.
McKinley Baptist church, corner
Tenth street and Sixth avenue. S-r-icr-s
at If a. m. and 7:30 p. ru. Sim-
riay sffMiol at 12:15. Yung People'.!
-peiety at -i:30 p. m.
it 3 p. m. J. II. Cleland superintend
Broadway Presbyterian, corner cf
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. Rev
VV. G. - Oglevee, assistant. Sunday
icbool at 9:15 a. m Toung people's
meeting at C.45 p. m.- Services at 10:45
. ni. and 7:30 p. in. Morning subject.
National Aspects of Christianity." by
Dr. Marquis. Evening sermon by Rev.
South Park Presbyterian, corner of
fhirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue
(n connection with Broadway Preaby-
erian church. Bible school at 2:30
. m. Young peoples meeting at c:4i.
Services at 7:30 p. in. Dr. Mateer will
speak at 2:30. Sermon by Dr. Marquis
United Preshvterian. Third avenn-
and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
m. Young People's meeting at C'45.
Trinity Episcopal church. Nine
teenth street and Sixth avenue; Rev.
Granville H. Sherwood, rector. Ser
vices at 10:45 a. m. Sunday school at
.0. Evening services at 7:30 p. m.
subjtct. "Growth of a Righteous Life,"
Aiken Street Union chapel. Souti
Rock Island. Junior Plirisfi. rrn.
mismess 01 importance. All Eagles re- deavor at ?: 30 n. tn. Miss Stella Roil. " I.
qucste.1 to.be present. tr.an. -rnperhrtendent. SnnGay -school 1 90, "Epworth lea'sue at C: 30. Preach-
First Methodist, corner Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth street; Rev. R. U
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avc
me. Rev. J. P. Lockney, pastor. Mais
t 8 and 10:30 p. m. Sunday school
at 2 p. 111. Vespers at 7:3) p. in.
St. Paul's Belgian Roman Catholic
Twenty-fourth street and Eighth-and
j-half avenue, Father Leon Van Stan-
nn pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m
Sunday school at 2 p. m. Vespers at s
St. Mary's Geiman Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
street. Father Adolph Geyer, pastor
Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner
Second avenue and Fourteenth street
Dean J. J. Quinn. pastor. Mass it
7-30, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. Vespers
it 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:10
Salvation Army Barracks. 120 Seven-
""nth street. Captain A. Schasse and
Lieutenant Williams officers in charge
Services as follows:-Praise meeting at
ing 8t-2:15 p.-ru. -
Firpt Church of Christ. Scientist
825 Twenty-third street. Services Sun
day at 10:45 a. m. Sunday school fol
lowing morning service. Wednesday
evening meeting at 7:45 p. m. Sunday
Y. M. C. A. Corner Nineteenth
street and Third avenue. Men's meet
ing at 3:30 p. m.: B. G. M. club meet
Twenty-third street, between Seventh
and Ninth avenues. Services at 10:45
J. ni. Sunday school follows mo.Lin
West End Sunday school, 700 Sixth
street. Sunday school at 2:30 p. ni
Prayer meeting Friday evening 1
30. W. B. Barker, superintendent.
Christ's Home Mission, 2202 Third
venue. Services at 7 p. m.
Jesus Chribt letter Day Saints
-(Mormons). R. W. Finney, presiding
elder. Sixteenth avenue, between Sav.
rnth and Eighth streets. Moline. Sun-
lay school at 2 o'clock. Preaching ser-
vites at 8 o'clock.
MRS. JONES TO CONVENTION
Will Represent ' Rock Island County
Humane Society at St. Paul.
The Rock Island County Humane
society will be represented at the
S4th national convention at St. Paul
next Tuesday, by Mrs. Belle Jones of
this city. There will be delegates to
the meeting from all parts of the
country and it is expected it will be
one of the largest in the history of
the organization. The convention will
remain in session from Tuesday un
til Thursday evening.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
iy local applications, as they cann-.H
teach the diseased portion of the ea .
There is only one way to cure deafn?ss
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused bv an infbunod
-ondition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian tube. When this tube is
n. flamed you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing and when it is
ntirely closed, deafness is the result
and unless the inflammation can b&
aken out anil this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearins will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out .-f
ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that canno: be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
free. F. J. CHENEY x- rn
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
All the uews all the time THF
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REV. J. L. VANCE IS
HEARD AT MONMOUTH
Keck Island Pastor Addresses I'niteil
lreslyteriaii Voting People'
.Monmouth. 111., Oct. 2. The interest
in the I'nited Pieshyieriau Young !':
pie's Chiisiiau union convention is !
creasing. The attendance at Hr.
Shaw's address Thursday night fill-)
the large auditorium to overflowing.
The exercises opened yesterday with
a report and address by th? general
secretary. Rev. J. A. Burnett of this
city. His subject was: "Is the Young
People's Work. Dying? No. Not Dying,
but Only Entering Its Majority. '. it
will celebrate its 21st anniversary next
April. R. .T. Miller. D. D.. editor ' f
the Christian Pnion Herald of Pitts
burg, gave an interesting talk on , l'n
oecupied Lives." In the home mission
eonference addresses were made l.y
Rev. Homer McMillan of Atlanta, da.,
and Rev. .1. L. Vance of Rock Island.
Last night Rev. c. R. Watson of
Philadelphia and Rev. W. E. McCul
loch of Pittsburg made interesting ad
dresses. The convention will continue
Last Day for Mine Congress.
Coldfield. New. Oct. 2. The Ameri
can mining congress will adjourn i.
day. the only business being the adop
tion of the report of the cointnit'ec on
Why t'ina'i Wept.
Not long ago a lieutenant In the
envy v.as ordered a.vay on a three
years' cruise. The order had lieen
dreaded for weeks, and when :t nine
the young wife, who was to be left in
a Brooklyn flat with a baby mid a col
ored servant, was In despair.
She conl tolled her sorrow very well
hov.-ever, until the ac-iual moment of
parting came, and then she wept as
though her heart would break. The
cruiser was to leave the navy yard
early next morning, and the lieutenant
had gone to report for duly.
In the midst of her lamentations the
young wife heard a sniffing and sob
bing in the dining room. and nnon glanc
ing through the door she s:nv Hinab.
the colored mam. rocking hr lodv to
and fro hi a chair a:.d weeping violent
ly. "Why. D-D-Dinah. what's the m mut
ter?" cried the mistress. "You seem
to t-t-take Mr. Illank's departure as
much to heart as I d-do."
"'Deed I doesn't. Mis' ttl.MiL: 'deed I
doesn't." sobbed D:i.:i!i. "What am
bcderln! ills chile sim de fa-' dat a
culltid ge;nini:n friend o' mine am
gwitie sail hlsse'f on dat same ol
cniisah.'" New Tors Flernld.
Starts Ri'oM In.
"DoeM your wife always think lie
fore she speaks?" "I don't know.
I've never been up that enrl.T."
TO MAKE GEARLESS
Hock Islanders l-'oiin fouip.my With
$ I ;,." Capital to .Maunfn' lure
Xcw I Km ice.
Springfield. 111. Oct. 2. (Special. I
Secretary of Stale Rose today issued
a license to Incorporate to the Ccaiio
Automatic Pump company of Hock Is
land: capital slock 5l2.ron. The object
is general manufacturing ami commer
cial busine.-:s. The incorporator tiV"
A. W. Crcmpton. L. C. Iti -illy and W.
. 1 1
Mies GlaspeM's New Story.
"From A. to '.. Oiitcoiii"; Til n
Which Wan Tough on the t'iri Un
Pett for All." is the r;i:lwr long tit
of a clever short story in the October
number of ihe American magaJit"
from the pen of Susan (ila.-pell, t h-
Davenport woman, author ot 'I'll
CJl-ry of the Conqueii d." T'.ie story ,u
ihe American magazine deals with a
young girl, lu r castles in the nlr. til
elimination of her dreanij when v'.i
enters a dirty ' looking Chicago publish
ing house, and how ihat awakening
matter of fact things and .he wot I I
were the making of h-r. The slo;y
sparkles with Ihe oiiginality of tho
author and I.-- well worth the perusing.
Mr. and Mrs, W. 15. Pett it receiv
ed a telegram ycctilay conveying
the news of the death of their gmiid
daughter. Esther Cain, aged seven
months, of whooping cough. .Mrs.
Cain was formerly Miss Melle Peitlf
of Rock Island. now of Creston.
Drove Chicago's First Car.
Kewanee, III., Or-:. 2. Robert L.
Harrison, who drove tin- tlrst !ioi-.;
car on the streets of Chicago, died
terday. aged S2. He was invited
Ihe Columbian cxpo-dtion in li:S
guest of honor, but could not go on ae
coiwit of jll health. He bad lhed liei
It's a Top Notcher Doer.
Great deeds compel regard. Tli-
world crowns its doers. That's whv
Ihe American people have crowned Dr.
Kings New Discovery the king of
throat and lung remedies. Every atom
s a health force. I? 1:111s germs, and
colds, and la grippe vanish, it heals
cough racked nicnibratioes and cough
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cease. Dr. (Jeorge More. Ulad;
.lack, N. C. writes "It cured me -f
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