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THE lOCK TST.ATCD ARGUS. FRIDAY. MAT 6, 1310.
AN AID TO PASTOR
church parlors. Twelve new -members
were received into the circle, and of3-cers-were
elected to serve during the
ensuing year. They are:
President Miss Ethel -Cameron.
Vice President Miss Violet Strupp.
Secretary Miss Clara Swisher.
Treasurer Miss Cora Graves.
After the election of officers and the
transaction of routine business, an en
joyable social session was held, and
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Congregation Reelects Old Board of
- " Trustees Young Ladies' 311s
sionary Society Meets.
Elmer A. McFarland, student at
Drake university at Des Moines, who
la a brother of Rev. E. T. McFarland,
Castor of Mpmnrlnl fhrintlnn fhnrfi
will arrive here this evening ar.d will
preach Sunday at the Second and
Third Christian church missions.
Mr. McFarland comes as a candidate
for assistant pistor of the Memorial
Christian church to take charge of the
two missions established here.
Decide to Incorporate.
At the nnstnnnpd motftiff nf th
congregation of the Memorial Christian
church held last evening- it was decid
ed to incorporate, and articles of In
corporation will be filed with the cir
cuit clerk today. The old members of
the board of trustees were reelected,
and F. L. Patterson was elected to suc
ceed his father, M. A. Patterson, re
signed.. The board now consists of
Mrs. M. L. Wadsworth, F. A. Graves,
John Weiss, L. E. "West and F. L. Pat
terson. Circle Electa Officera.
A meeting of the Young Ladies' Mis
sionary circle of Memorial Christian
church was held last evening in the
25c SIZE SANITOL FACE
SOZODONT TOOTH WASH,
(5RANGEWOOD STICKS, 1
RHINESTONE HAT PINS, half
BEST GARTER ELASTIC, black
or white, yard, Qg.
WASH BELTS, embroidered in
fancy patterns, pearl buckles, bar
BEAUTIFUL JAPANESE sugar
and cream sets, assorted decora
tions, 50c and 75c values, a bar
gain, Saturday, set, 25K
SCALLOPED SHELF OIL
CLOTH, per rolls of 12 yds., 29.
LADIES' KNIT VESTS, while 20
dozen last, Saturday, XO.
STANDARD TABLE OIL CLOTH,
white and marbles, slight imper
fections in printing, per yd., 10.
MEN'S TAN RIBEED shirts
and drawers, all dsy,
NOTE THESE Lingerie waists of fine mull, front and backs
have fine tucks, $2.00 values, gl.OO. You save just half by calling
Saturday at the waist department!
LACE CURTAINS, 2 3-4 and
3-yard lengths, finished with
overlock stitched edges, in as
sorted floral and conventional
'patterns, Saturday, while they
last, each 49.
Another fresh lot of Van
tine's celebrated teas and cof
fee, highest class goods, quality
Saturday will be Children's Day' in
the Millinery Section
Here is good news. Any mother who has noticed the beauti
ful line of children's trimmed hats at McCabe's will be quick
to come, Saturday all day and evening, any of these one hun
dred and fifty (150) misses' and children's very latest ready
trimmed hats at just one-half of the lowest marked price, a
.half. Saturday you can buy the very handsomest of all
those misses' and children's, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and
$3.00 trimmed hats at $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, 75c and 50. You
may pick all day but you'd 'better pick early.
The 2nd Shipment of - the Big
Porchase of Brass Beds
At One-Third Uuder Usual Price
Wednesday we unpacked
and set on our third floor
Furniture store the balance
of that fortunate purchase of
brass beds. Two weeks ago
we placed on sale the first
shipment of the purchase, i$
and the unusual prices mov
ed them out in a few days
now, starting Saturday morning, we are ready with 'the last
shipment. Better get in early. V:
Genuine Solid Brass Beds $11.00
Just 16 in this lot Colonial style, heavy posts; about half
value, at 911.00.
$28.00 beds for $18.65. $38.00 beds for $23 00
Massive $63.00 beds for $42.00. '
$42.00 beds for $28.00.
Only the very latest styles of beds in the lot.
Lo So McGaibe & C
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
ST. JOSEPH'S BOYS WIN
Take Two Teams from Moline Parish
School Into Camp.
The boys of St. Joheph's school of
this city and of the Sacred Heart par
ish school of Moline held their an
nual picnic at the Watch Tower yes
terday afternoon. The feature of the
day's entertainment was two base
ball games betwen. the first and sec
ond teams from each school. v The
Rock Island boys won both games.
The first team lads were- victors by
a score of 9 to 7 and the younger
lads won out by 7 to 4. The lineup
of the former was as follows:
L. Welrather, cf; G. Semones, If;
P. Barnett, rf; W. Davis, lb; F. Gei
ger, 2b; C. Engleman, 3b; G. Henry,
ss; R. Murrln, c; C. Bos, p.
The second team consisted of the
L. Welrather, cf ; A. McCartney,
rf; B. Taylor, If; J. Ryan, lb; F.
Nold, ss; H. Meyers, 2b; C. Bruns,
3b; J. Brinn, c; W. Geiger, p.
Harriman's Daughter to Wed.
New York, .May 6.--Informal an
nouncement is mado of the engage-,
ment of Miss Mary "Harriman," daugh
ter of Mrs. E. H. Harriman, one of.the
richest women in the worlds and
Charles Cary Rumsey, son of Lawrence
D. Rumsey of Buffalo.
DON'T PASS THIS Nainsook
and cambric corset covers, some
slightly soiled, values to 05c, get
yours quick, at 33.
THIS OF INTEREST Splendid
quality cambric night gowns, fin
ished with embroidery and tucks,
choice of several, $1.25 values
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
CAMBRIC PETTICOATS, lace or
embroidery trimmed, great big
values, Saturday, 44 C..
AT 3 O'CLOCK WOMEN'S elas
tic ribbed hose, very special value,
j quantity limited, per pair, 10.
THE NEW LAWN MOWER, 16
inch blade, keen cutter light run
ning, special for Saturday, S1.95.
COLONIAL GLASS TABLE
TUMBLERS, 6Cc dozen value, Sat
urday, per set, only 19.
$3.50 10-PIECE WHITE AND
GOLD. TOILET SETS, only 25 of
them, Saturday, 1.98.
20c BRASS EXTENSION
RODS. 30x54 size, specially
12!2 SILKOLINES, in light
and dark colorings, full 38-inch
width, yard, 9
A very special sale on Sat
of fine Creamed Almonds and
Creamed Filberts at 15c a lb.,
2d and 3d Avenue:
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ILLNESS OF KING
CJneral Weakness Throughout the
List is Apparent at New York
New York, May 6. News of the seri
ous illness of King Edward caused a
general weakness today on the stock i
exchange, whero declines of" one to
nearly two points were registered
throughout the list. Selling was con
ducted with a view of discounting pos
sible heavy selling from London in the
event of the king's death.
Affected at London.
London, May 6. The stock exchange
was much excited during the early
hours by conflicting rumors, one of
which was the king had died. The
naa;ket opened weak but the general
tone soon improved when the sensa
tional report was disproved. ,The
we&kness was considered purely senti
mental. DAILY SHORT STORY.
.Continued From Fagre Four.)
the bo wi.ii ...ir '' lut'ii Mie walked
deliberately to Delia Priddy's door and
"Come In!" said Delia's voice.
Miss Prldrty wns sitting near , the
devastated supper table, her eyes red
from cryiug. The tall clock in the
comer was slowly ticking away the
minutes toward . when the expected
guests would arrive.
Instead of feeling triumphant at the
downfall of her enemy's hopes. Ann
Bart felt very small and mean. But
she could be as magnanimous.
"I was mad at you. Delia Prlddy."
she said Iq a low. even tone, "because
you've always snubbed me and because
you didn't ask uie to your party, so I
came in and carted all your food up
into the attic, and It's there now. jnst
as good as ever. I'll go up In a mlDute
and bring it down. 1 want to ask you
a question, and you needn't be offend
ed. You used to know my husband
before I was married, didn't you?"
Delia's head-lifted proudly, and she
broke the bitter silence" of years. "I
was engaged to him once, but he jilted
me to-,marry you.. I never felt. that 1
wanted to have much: to do with either
of you when you came to Stillwater." 4
"I didn't know it. Delia, but you
needn't have felt resentful. You ought
The House of KuppcnHdmer
Ihownimgi off HlgSi Class Tailored SmBlfs
foir Memi off (Soodl Taste
When you inspect our extensive showing of strictly high class tailored
su i t si t. e h ovy attractive the styles are and what exceptional values are
offered you will better understand why we do one of the largest clothing
businesses in thV three cities. -
Good Clothes, Nothing but Good Clothes
to be glad you never married James.
He was hateful, lie was a hard man
to live with. I had a hard life!" Two
crimson spots glowed in Ami's cheeks
as she bent over Delia Prfddy and kiss
ed ber softly. "I'm going up to get
that food now. I hope you'll forgiv?
me." she added.
"Of course I do. I'm sorry I acted
mean, but I couldn't see much of him.
and it makes me feel better to know
he wasn't perfect." half laughed Delia
as she returned Ann's caress. ''You'll
go and get. ready for supper now.
won't you? And we'll all like to see
the night blooming cereus too."
"Very well. I'll come in as soon as
I've been up in the attic." returned
Ann. hastening away.
A little later, as she tied the white
lawn , bow at her throat and touched
her soft puffs of hair, she looked over
at the crayon portrait of her husband
on the wall.
"You were a good, kind husband.
James.'nnd I nln't really got a word of
complaint "to make about you: only
r.omebody had to make It tip to Delia
for x the way yon 'treated her. She
won't be anything but glad now be
cause you married me instead of her."
Delia appeared in the doorway fresh
and smiling: "Some of the folks are
coming in the gate now. Mrs. Bart.
S'posa you come and help me reeeire
'em." . '
Illinois Mothers Adjourn.
Rockford, 111.; May 6. The Illinois
congress of mothers adjourned today
after electing a full set of officers head
ed by Mrs. L. "K. Gillson of .Wilmette
as president. ' -
Rheumatism Cured In 24 Hours.
. T. J. Blackmore, of Haller &
Blackmore, Pittsburg, Pa.-, says: "A
short time since I procured a 'bottle
of Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism. It got me out of the house
in 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and Dr.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism In
the only medicine that did me.an7
good. : 1 1 had five of the best phy
sicians . in the city, but .1 . received
very -little relief from them. I know
Dr. Detchon's Relief for. Rheumatism
to be what it is represented and take
pleasure In recommending it to oth
er., poor ' sufferers." - Sold. by. Otto
Grotjan, 1601 .Second avenue. : Rock
Island and Gust Schlegel & Son, 120
West Second street. Davenport. .
$3,000,000 Iron Plant Deal. '
Ashland. Wis.; M ay 6. Arrangements
have been completed for, the sale of
the Lake Superior Iron and Chemical
company to an English syndicate.
The present company has a capitaliza
These pleasant days are a
paint. With good weather, a good surface, a good '
painter and good paint, you are sure of success.
Whether you paint now or later, don't risk the
paint. . You can t afford to take
chances on made-by-guess paint
or the cheap unserviceable kind.
We have been in the paint busi
ness for years.
We know paints good
bad indifferent and in all our
experience with all kinds, under
all conditions, we've never seen
a paint to equal Lowe Brothers
"High Standard" Liquid Paint.
That's why we sell and
recommend it. We couldn't af
ford to do this if we were not
sure "High Standard" does all
ers claim for it and more.
' Careful tests show Lowe Brothers'
Floor Paint !eads in wearing and
covering qualities and meets every
requirement most satisfactorily.
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1802-1804 Second Avenue.
I Copyright 1907 . "jj
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plants at Ashland, Boyn City, Elk
favorable time to
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Even at $2.00 a gallon,
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it costs less than any other
For every finishing purpose
there's a paint, a varnish, a
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We carry a full line of Lowe
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latest color combinations.
A stain reproducing the colors and
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' . Rock Island, III.