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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1910.
The members of Queen Esther
guild of Memorial Christian church
will entertain at a "National Festi
val" to be held tomorrow evening at
the church from 5 to 9 o'clock. The
girls have arranged booths to repre
sent several countries and states.
There will be a German booth at
which a lunch will be served; a Jap
anese booth, where tea will be serv
ed; a New England booth, at which
baked beans and brown bread will
be served colonial style. Hot waffles
and syrup, Dr. Cook's frozen dainties
and various other things will be
found in the other booths. Madame
Signorani and her assistants will oc
cupy the fortune tellers' booth. A
program will be given in the evening
including readings by Miss Teel and
selections by an orchestra.
Coffee and Sale Success.
Mrs. T. H. Dolly. 931 Twentieth
street, Saturday afternoon gave a
coffee and cake sale for the benefit
of the Visitation sisters. The affair
was largely attended and very suc
cessful, the ladies realizing about
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Griffith of
130S Farnam street, Davenport, an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Miss May A. Griffith, to
Walter Chadwick of Davenport. The
announcement was made at an infor
mal little dinner of Friday evening
at the Griffith home, at which covers
were laid for a dozen guests. The
wedding will be an event of the near
future, probably some time in Feb
ruary. The bride-to-be is a Daven
port girl, well known socially among
a large circle of friends. Mr. Chad
wick, who came to Davenport from
Chicago, is a graduate of the univer
sity oi- Illinois, at Champaign, and ia
a mechanical engineer connected with
the draughting department of the
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lisman announced
the engagement of their daughter.
Ida. to Harry A. Sitrick, at their
home. 1119 Third avenue. Saturday
evening. There were about 4 0 cou
ples present. Supper was served at
10 o'clock. Mr. Sitrick presented
his fiancee with a beautiful diamond
Nelson was made secretary and Fred
Setterdahl was appointed treasurer of
the congregation. The appointment of
collectors was taken up and the list
will be filled at the men's club meet
ing to be held next Thursday evening
with C. E. Nelson at his home. The
regular meeting of the board will be
held the first Friday in February and
at that time the regular business will
be transacted. There was some dis
cussion of plans for the year, but in
asmuch as the meeting had been call
ed for organization, nothing was de
Said He Would Die
"In 1903 we wrote you regard- i
- 1 1 1 1 r
ing my uususiiiu, wnu was sui-
fering from heart trouble. He
was superanuated by the North
Georgian Conference. Ten doc
tors at different times said he
would die. You advised Dr.
Miles' Heart Remedy and Re
storative Nervine; we did as
advised, and improvement was
apparent from the very first. He
recovered and the Conference in
1904 gave him a charge. He
never felt better, although he
has very heavy work and does
a great deal of camp meeting1
work. I am so glad we tooi
your advice and gave him the
medicine, and feel that I ought
to let you know of the wonder
ful good results from its use'
MRS. T. S. EDWARDS,
This proves what Dr. Miles'
Heart Remedy will do. Get a
bottle from your druggist and
take it according to directions.
It does not matter whether your
e heart 13 merely weak, or you
havcv organic trouble, if it does
not benefit you take the empty
bottle to your druggist and get
your money; back.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cline, 12u0 Third
avenue, entertained last evening at a
dinner party, celebrating their 2Gth
wedding anniversary. Dinner was
served at 6: 3D, covers being laid for
12 guest3. '
HE TO TREAT
Worthy Movement Inaugurated
by Helpers' Circle Kings'
SITE SOUTH OF THE CITY I
WHITE SLAVERY IN
CITY, PREACHER SAYS
Ite-v. Charles B. Roving Declares Con
dition Kxists Here as in larger
Rev. Charles B. Boving. D. D..
I spoke before large audiences at both
the morning and evening services yes
terday at the Central Presbyterian
Both the morning and evening
themes were handled b ythe speaker
in so direct and forceful a manner
that they appealed to the audience
with the result desired.
During his evening's sermon, Rev.
Boving said :
"You citizens of Rock Island are
countenancing the white slave traffic.
You have it in the same ration of
population as the larger cities do.
What are you parents of the city of
Rock Island doing to prepare your
sons and daughters against the awful
onslaughter of the devil and his host?
Your secret sins, and you have many
of them in this city, will find you
Rev. Boving's subject this evening
will be "Nehushtans of the Christian
Life." Tomorrow afternoon he will
discuss "Pillars in the Church." Fri
day afternoon at 4 o'clock there will
be a meeting for the children. The
subject will be "Bumps." The Wo
man's Home and Foreign Missionary
, society will meet in the basement of
; the chapel immediately after the 2:30
meeting Friday afternoon.
HELD IN HEAVEN
Fewer Holding Themselves Un
worthy Than Scoffers
Pastor of United Presbyterian Charch
Touches on Local Option in
Good Beginning Made in Gathering
of Funds for Maintenance of
bright, Clean, Tidy Home
Soft, YVhite, Pretty Hands
One-Fourth the Work
10c the Can
Z-CIeen digs down under ami gets
the dirt that sticks the 6treaks and
tains that nothing else on earth
Can tains no caustic, acid or
harmful Ingredients preserves the
hands. No animal greaso there
fore rents the vermin, germs,
Gives a brilliant, clean, smooth
polish to floors, dishes, tiling, bath
tubs, sinks, enamel, knives, forks,
spoons wd glassware.
'Clean is Nature's product of the
water aed naturally acts like magic
who a re-combined with its own el
ement tor cleansing purposes.
It cannot scratch the tenderest
articles, it is truly a wonderful
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wafov ca'i pcaotnt It lwfa it on thm
ainir alway wttdr far ,
Ask tjw finwrfu today knowa
American Cleanser Co.
The Helper's circle of King's Daugh
ters has conceived the idea of having
a home for such residents of this city
as are afflicted with tuberculosis. They
plan to build a house on the outskirts
of the city, preferably hack on the hill,
and turn it into a hospital. A trained
nurse will be secured and patients will
The hospital will not be charitable
in its entirety, as patients who are
financially able will be asked to con
tribute regularly to its support. The
idea is an excellent one and worthy of
the support which the circle asks the
public to extend to it.
Mrs. J. S. Gilmore is chairman of a
committee which is looking for a lo
cation for the proposed home, and any
one having a suitable place and willing
either to give it gratis or for a small
rental fee ia requested to communi
cate with her at once.
Have a Good Start.
The circle has made a good start on
the project. Red Cross stamps and
postcards were sold at Christmas time
and the net receipts amounted to
$318.20. In addition to this there is a
sum of money in the hands of the
treasurer which was set aside some
time ago with the intention of using it
for work similar to this, and it is pos
sible that this will be turned into the
general fund. The proposed institu
tion would be a heavy expense to the
circle, but it is a deserving one, and
Its aim ought to commend it to every
charitably disposed person in the city.
Need Ia Empbaatzed.
The need for such a hospital Is easily
seen when it is known that at present
there are a large number of cases in
the city which ought to be receiving
attention. There are three cases at St.
Anthony's hospital which will have to
be taken care of elsewhere shortly, as
tuberculosis patients are not allowed
there. They came to the hospital be
fore it was known for certain that they
were afflicted with the plague, and
since the development of their cases
they have been warned that they will
have to leave.
The members of the Helpers' circle
are of the belief that a hospital for the
treatment of contagious diseases ought
to be established here also, and it Is
their hope that this will ultimately be
.Pro J ret ia Worthy.
If the circle receives the proper en
couragement from the public a great
good will be accomplished. Some char
itable person may come forward and
offer a house on the outskirts of the
city where a sort of tent colony can
be established, where chickens can be
kept, and where the patients can occu
py themselves at gardening, A trained
nurse will bo placed in charge and the
city will have solved the problem of
caring for its citizens who become af
flicted with the white plague.
The expenses will be taken eare of
partly by the moneys received from
those patients who are able to pay for
the treatment and care they receive,
and partly by the generosity of the pub
lic which will be given & chance to do
nate for the Institution in the annual
tag day observed by the Helpers' cir
cle. In addition to the sums thus re
alized it is thought that enough can be
gained from special solicitation to cover
the entire expenses.
FROM COUNTY JAIL
TO INSANE ASYLUM
August DeBont Indicted and Convicts
ed of Assault Sent to Water-town.
August De Bout, indicted by the
January grand jury on a charge of as
sault with a deadly weapon, was or
dered committed to Watertown hos
pital for the insane after a trial before
Judge R. W. Olmsted in the county
court this morning. De Bout attacked
a friend not long ago and attempted
to do him bodily injury with a large
Jack knife. At the time of his trial
before the police magistrate it was
thought that he was demented and he
was sent to the county jail for 20 days
more to keep him out of trouble
than to have him indicted ' by the
grand Jury. It is believed that he will
regain his reason with the treatment
suCh as will be accorded him in m
institution for the insane. Several
days ago Do Bout was fined $100 and
costs by the county Judge and the ap
plication for a trial of hi3 sanity soon
Hasselquist Chairman of Board,
Grace Lutheran trustees met Friday
evening for the election of officers for
the year. Joslah Hasselquist was re
elected chairman of the board, G. B.
MISSIONARY RALLY HERE
Annual Meeting to Be Held at Me
morial Christian Church.
The annual rally of the Foreign
Christian Missionary society will be
held at Memorial Christian church
Feb. 2. Rev. S. J. Corey of Cincinnati
will be in charge. He will be assisted
by Rev. Paul Wakefield of China and
Rev. F. E. Hagln of Japan. There
will be three sessions during the day,
morning, afternoon and evening.
Delegates will be sent to the meeting
from Mollne, Davenport, Rapids City,
Kewanee, Keithsburg, New Boston,
Clinton and Long Grove, Iowa.
Luncheon will be served at noon oy
the ladles of the congregation. The
meeting in the evening will be for
men. There will be stereoptlcon pic
tures of various phases of the work In
foreign countries where missionary
work is being done.
"Heavenly Citizenship" was the
subject of the sermon delivered yes
terday morning at the United Pres-
I byterian church, Third avenue and
Fourteenth street, by the pastor. Rev.
John Leyda Vance. He said:
".That was an interesting celebra
tion on a recent evening in our court
house when several lately neutrallz-
! ed citizens of foreign birth were ac
corded a formal recognition in wel
come greetings and suitable coun
sels. These aliens became fellow
citizens with us by renouncing a for
mer Allegiance and taking a new oath
of fealty. We should seek in all
ways to set a high premium upon
American citizenship in their minds
and before all.
"Alongside the news item of that
novel reception was recorded also
the gratifying incident of refusal of
citizenship to an applicant who was
a deliberate lawbreaker in the ser
vice of the Sunday saloon, gratify
ing because such a subject would be
verily more objectionable than a pau
per or illiterate. Great liberties like
ours are not to be entrusted to such
persons as will certainly abuse them.
"The old word 'conservation' in
this verse gives place to the word
'citizenship' in the newer and better
translation, and it is a more correct
and intelligible term in this connec
tion. The French bible uses both
words, 'Our conversation Is that of
citizens of heaven,' the term 'con
versation' not being limited tcour
common narrow application of it; but
embracing the whole manner of life,
thought, word and deed, spirit and
action. 'We conduct ourselves as
those that are citizens of heaven.'
Indeed that is a proud boast. To
justify it would require a very high
standard of living.
"We naturally inquire for whom
such a claim is made. A clear dis
tinction and contrast is drawn at the
verse division here, between those
who walk in the two different paths
of right and wrong. And we are
cautioned to mark well those "who
mind earthly things, because our in
spiration and guidance for living is
gotten from heaven. .Precious honor
and sacred duty rests then upon the
professed Christian. We sometimes
wonder why people of the world often
take the right side of moral ques
tions with great energy and hazard
to themselves. Still more do we
wonder when declared religious peo
ple do not take the right side, but
shirk and quibble and sidestep. These
present times are testing how many
good citizens of heaven live now in
Rock Island. And I am proud to
say that there are many fewer church
members showing themselves un
worthy of heavenly citizenship than
the scoffers charge.
A Bold Claim.
"Consider first the claim tbat the
j Christian's real citizenship is not of
I this world but Is held in heaven.
1 The nerfort nnttprn of the Christian
is found in the new testament, and
this Ideal is only imperfectly realiz
ed in any that are honored to bear
the Christian name on earth: so our
glorious titles and prerogatives are
to be read in scripture rather than
in human character. We can read
our title clear in this matter in God's
word, and it will yield us many points
relative to our citizenship in the
"For instance, to begin with, citi
zens are usually registered or enroll
ed where they belong. Every citizen
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is identified by name or localized.
The natural and legal parents of
our blessed Saviour went to Bethle
hem, the city of David, their tribal
center, to be taxed. And It is said
to be true of Christians that their
names are written in heaven. We
shall answer the final roll call there,
and receive thence the mark of a
new name. When we make free
choice and sincere profession of re
ligion, we give in our names as it
were as applicants for recognition as
subjects in that realm of light.
"Again, the only center, source
and seat of authority before which
we bow in absolute subjection is the
I throne of heaven. We test all laws
luc taw v L visu, auu uavi? 11 v i
gard for such human decrees as
would subvert the divine commands.
No sort of concession, for example,
can make the desecration of His holy
day lawful; and no amount of license
granted can make that which is
wrong right. Yet iniquity penalized
by custom imagines itself legitimate.
"Seated upon this lofty throne is
our prince and ruler, the worthy son
of the king of kings, the head of the
church, and the captain of our sal
vation. It is He that we salute with
our worship. All kingdoms are to be
annexed to His empire. 'Bring forth
the royal diadem, and crown Him
lord of all.' O, what hymns are
worthy of heaven and its glories,
our home land. In that celestial
country, enriched with all that shall
make eternity delightful, is estab
lished the kingdom which shall know
no decline or fall. In the midst of
it is the holy city in reality. And
in that city Is the king's palace and
the home of many mansions. Out
from that promised land come al
ready our richest provisions, giving
us foretaste of the feast prepared
for our souls. The 'hosts of angels
that minister now to us for defense
and preservation, come forth from
there and return thither as the army
of our Lord. Our dignity and pre
rogatives are bestowed from heaven,
our treasures are laid up there, our
honors and rewards await us there,
our hopes are as anchors fixed in
that mist-veiled haven. Our highest
interests are there. It is no mere
poetic fancy or idle dream that our
citizenship is in heaven.
"Consider also the proof of this
claim to heavenly citizenship. Such
a boast must be given adequate dem
onstration". We must recognize that
our feet' are on the ground still, even
if we do hold our heads high in the
air. Our bodies are upon the earth,
although our thoughts and hearts
are chiefly occupied with heavenly
matters. The citizen of heaven Is not
.1 mystical, visionary, impractical
dreamer, superior to the obligations
of this life. As a citizen of heaven
he must make good in this world at
"What is the crying need of this
hour? What is the touchstone just
now of heavenly citizenship? I find
two tests to apply to every such
claim, one in the church and the oth
er in the stable, two magic words on
which hang so much today, missions
and temperance. You who profess
to love God with your whole heart,
soul, mind, and strength; how much
do you love your neighbor and fel
lowman? There is sweeping over
our country this year a movement
designed to create a revival of inter
est in Christian missions, and to In
crease manyfold the church's offer-
Ings for its chief work, the spread of
the gospel in the darker parts of the
earth. In Providence one of the
great conventions comes within our
reach soon. Ey your eagerness for
that opportunity, and your result
ant growth in missionary benevo
lence, you may vindicate your claim
to worthy citizenship In the kingdom
"The other proposition is In a
sense even nearer home. It is the
present local option crisis. We need
not discuss the saloon Iniquity; It Is
past discussion. It Is only tolerated
now because we are accustomed - to
it. It Is only feared for Its power.
It Is as cunning as the savage and
as merciless as the beast of prey,
reckless now in its extremity. What
is your attitude towards It as a
Christian patriot? It thrives by hin
dering your work and mine as a min
ister and people of Ood, and would
destroy our lives, if it dared, that it
might have a free hand.
"Is there in all our churches in
this fair blighted city a true citizen
of heaven that hesitates to take the
brave, strong stand against the out
lawed Institution for political free
dom and moral decency? I speak
God's truth In love when I declare
that every professed Christian should
be not merely prompt to respond to
the appeal of the situation, but
should even be conspicuous for lead
ership in the Irrepressible conflict be
tween the forces of this free destroy
er and those of the Savour of men.
You have heard the pitiably feeble
excuses of position and of interest,
advanced now and then. In defense
of taking no side at all openly in this
matter. What a sorry figure any cit
izen of heaven cuts skulking to the
rear in a contest for purity and right
eousness. Nothing is gained by hid
ing, for our enemy knows its own
friends. Look where the red stan
dard of the cross Is on the field, and
the blue banner of the gospel, and
get into line. Let every true Ameri
can citizen acquit himself as a good
soldier of Jesus Christ."
I Mrs. W. S. Marquis, 726 Twenty-third
The regular meeting of the Mission
ary society will be held at the home
of Mrs. A. D. Walker, 813 Twenty
second street, Friday . afternoon at 3
o'clock. The closing study of a book,
"The Call of the Waters," will be held.
South Park Chapel. Junior meeting
at p. m. Tuesday.
Prayer service Tuesday evening at
The Woman's guild will meet with
Mrs. William Long, Thirtieth street
and Sixteenth avenue, Thurrday after
noon. Free Methodist. The revival will
continue through the week, with serv
ices each evening except Saturday
evening. Rev. Walker Mayfield, the
Kentucky evangelist, continues In
charge of the revival.
Edgewood Baptist. The Ladle' Aid
society will meet with Mts. Frank Nel
son, 812 Forty-second street, Thursday
There will be regular prayer service
at the church Thursday evening.
Friday evening Mr. Mayo class will
give a poverty social at the church.
Grace Lutherans. The Reading cir
cle will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at
The For-Get-Me-Not society will J
meet tomorrow evening at I o'cdocfcJ
at the parsonage. i.
The confirmation classes will meet .
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock and
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The regular prayer serrloes will be
held Wednesday evening at 8 o' cloak.
A meeting of the Reliance club will
be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
at tine home of C. El Nelaon, 620 Forty
First Swedish Lutheran. A meeting
of the trustees will be held this even
ing at the home of Nels Swanson, 614
The Men's society will meet tomor
row evening at 8 o'clock at the home
of Andrew Nelson, 418 Third street.
The regular prayer services will ba
held Wednesday evening at 7:30.
The choir will meet Thursday even
ing at 8 o'clock for rehearsal.
Memorial Christian. The regular
monthly business meeting of the
Christian Endeavor society will ;e
held this evening.
Queen Esther guild will conduct a
festival tomorrow evening from 6 to 9
o'clock at the church.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Sec
ond Chri.-tian chapel will met at the
chapel Wednesday afternoon at 2
The rcfrular mid-week prayer service
will bo heU Wednesday evening at
QJltr lOrdt in tljr (Sixty (Clturrltrsi
LOCAL OPTION AUXILIARY
Women to Assist in Circulating Pe
titions for Forthcoming .Election.
A meeting of the Woman's auxiliary
of the local option forces was held
yesterday afternoon at 2:30 at the
First Baptist church. Rev. B. T. Mc
Farland, pastor of Memorial Christian
church, delivered a brief address. . it
was decided that the members of the
organization would aid the local option
forces in circulating petitions. Mrs.
Marion Humphreys presided at the
BEGGAR IS SENT TO JAIL
r. McAlvoy Given SO Days to Hoard
The police picked up F. McAlvoy, a
beggar, on the streets yesterday after
noon and this morning he was sen
tenced to 20 days in the county Jail.
Police Magistrate C, J. Smith, before
whom he was tried, gave him a severe
lecture on the evils which eome from
the begging propensities which were
exhibited by the man and warned him
that fie would not be tolerated) In this
city,' Ho will probably hike out for
more lucrative fields when the sheriff
The property- in the rear of the M.
W. A. office belonging to the Qile? es
tate will be sold Feb. 2 at master's
sale at 10 a. m. from the east door of
the eourt house. Desirable property
IN A SHADOW
Inveterate Tea Drinker Feared Paraly
sis. Steady use of either tea or coffeo
often produces alarming symptoms ia
the poi&u (caffeine j contained in
these '.leverages acts with more po
tency in some persons than In others.
"I was never a coffee drinker,"
writes an 111. woman, "but a tea
drinker. I was very nervous, had fre
quent spells of sick headache ana
heart trouble, and va subject at times
to severe attacks of bilious colic.
"No end of sleepless nights woutl
have spells at night when my right
sldo would get numb and tingle." like a
thousand needles were pricking my
flesh. At times I could hardly put my
tongue out of my month and my right
eye and ear were affected.
"The doctoi-3 told me I was liable
to become paralyzed at any time, so
I was In constant dread. I took medi
cine of various doctors and no ena ot
patent medicine all to no good.
"The doctors told me to quit usjn;
tea, but I thought I could not live
without it that it was my only stay,
I had been a tea drinker for twenty
five years; was under the doctor's care
"About six months ago. I finally quit
tea and commenced to drink Postum.
"I have never had one spell of bick
headache since and only one light at
tack of bilious colic. Have quit hav
ing those numb spells at night, sleep
well and my heart is getting stronger
all the time."
Read the little book, "The Road to
WellviUe," in pkgs. "There's a Rea
son." Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full pf human
First Methodist. The Bible Study
tiass wm nietL i-oijujitow evening i.
7:30 at the pastor's study.
Miss Mable Smutz, 1124 Fourfeenlh--and-a-half
street, will entertain Queen
Esther circle tomorrow evening ot
The regular prayer services will ba
held Wednesday evening at 7:30.
The monthly coffee of the Ladies
Aid society wii; be held Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Louis Dii
dluger, 950 Twenty-first street.
The choir will meet Saturday even
ing at 7:30 for rehearsal.
street. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Trinity guild will meet with Mrs. C.
W. Hall. 414 Twelfth street, Wfdnv
day afternoon at 2:30.
Aiken Street Chapel. The meeting
of the Ladles' Aid society will be held
Tie topic wl'.l be. "Hon
j Wednesday afternoon at the home of
i Mrs. O. J. Chambers, C02 Michigan
avenue, South Rock Island.
Know That I am a Christian?" The
leader for the meeting is to be Mrs.
The regular meeting of the Ladies'
Aid society will be held Thursda
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the church
The choir will meet Thursday even-
: ing for rr-h! p.rfal.
Tht- annt:a supper for th eongre
pation of the ohnreh will be servel
Friday evening ut ' o'clock.
Broadway Presbyterian. A social
j and business meeting of the Young
j People's society will be held this even
! Ing at 7:30 at the home of Rev. and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is a
very valuable medicine for throat
and lung troubler, quickly relieves
and cures painful breathing and a
dange-ously sounding cough which
Indicates ronf-'eEted lungs. Sold by
Spencer Memorial. The Bible Study
class will nut tomorrow evening at
7:3.0 at the church.
Tp regylar meeting of the Woman's
Home Missionary society will be held
Thursday afternoon at the home if
Mrs. Andrew Ol.son, 4."m);1 Kighth ave
nue. A-special program has been ar
ranged for and refreshments will !e
served. A silver offering will be taken
for the benefit of the local society.
The regular prajer meeting will be
held Thursday evening at 7:30. A
meeting of the Sunday school board
will be held after the close of the
The choir will meet Friday evening
at 7:30 for rehearsal.
i - -
First Baptist. The regular prayer
services will be held Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
Mrs. B. H. Wilson, 1046 Seventeenth
street, will entertain the members of
the Thimble Bee at the regular month
ly meeting Friday nf-ernoon. She will
be assisted by Mrs. John RLnek, Mra.
W. P. Channon and Mrs. F. W. Free-;
United Presbyterian. The mld-wek
prayer services will ?e held Wednes
day evening at 7:30 and will be fol
lowed by a meeting of the session.
Trinity Episcopal. There will be ;
services- at tue church Tuesday a?;i j
Friday mornings at 9:30. j
The Woman's auxiliary will meet
with Mrs. IL H. Chase, 815 Twentieth
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