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TOE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY. MAKCH C. 1011.
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The Boston Shoe Company will on
i n OAT
of this Community the Finest and Most Up-to-Date
Ever Shown in this City.
Our beautiful New Store at 1726 2nd ave. has been entirely refurnished and refitted throughout and
we hope to impress you in such a manner with our splendid stock and equipment, on your first visit
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as to make you a permaneni customer 01 irns eMauiibiimem.
Miss Agnes Sexton and Mr. Harry Driggs. formerly interested with Geo. A. Price in the Boston Shoe Co., will be pleased to greet their many old friends, and will, with the able assistance
of Miss Margaret O'Connor, "'Jack" Ceverha and Juo. P. Sextcn, look after your comfort and convenience whenever you may call.
Drop in and see us this week even though you may not be in need of anything in our line just at this time.
Boston Stwixe Company !
Ihr UJrrk tu tht CEitij (Churrhrs
Memorial Christian. Mid-week pray
er services will be held Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
league will be held Thursday evening
jwith Miss Amelia Mortenson, 141 Fifth
I avt-nue, Moline.
I.cii'.i-n service will be held Fridav
i evening at 8 o'clock. The address will
be by Dr. E. F. Bartholomew.
Thursday evening at 7:30 the train
ing for service class will meet with
Mrs. B. A. McFarland. Fourteenth-
The Indies' Aid society will meet j and a-ha!f street, in honor of Misses
Thursday afternoon iu the home of Honnie and Una Kinsman, who leave
Mrs. John Weisa, 1810 Fifth avenue. j next week for St. James. Mo., where the home of Albert W
The choir will meet Thursday even j they will make their future home. j Fourteenth Btreet.
lng for rehearsal. j
Th C. W. B. M. will meet with Mrs. : First Methodist
rnricer, iio- na avenue, rnayU.a, hoI(1 lt8 monthiy session in the j at the parsonage
The teachers and teachers' training
class will meet Friday evening at 7:30
First Swedish Lutheran. The trus
tees will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at
The extra confirmation clas will
-The official board mt,et tomorrow afternoon and evening
INSANE WOMAN IS
PLACED IN CUSTODY
Mary Anderson Imagines She Is a
I'eildler and Hm Ivirge As
sortment of Articles.
! study this evening at 7:3'.'. '
The Woman's Home Missionary so- j
. ciety will meet tomorrow evening at '
Second Christian Tonight at 7:30 ; 7:45 at the home of Mrs. O. R. Steven j
The officers and teachers of the bible i son. 112" Fourteenth-and-a-half street '
school will meet with Miss Violet ! Mid week prayer service will be held '
Strupp. Cir. Thirteenth avenue. j Wednesday evening at 7:"". j
Tomorrow evening at 7:3o mid-week I The regular business meeting of the!
An extra business meeting of the
congregation will be held Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at the church. There
will be short Jjpnten services. At the
business session the principal question
for discussion wiil be whether or not. to
build an annex to the church this year
Mary Anderson of this city, who
was sent to Watertown hospital re
cently and who later was paroled, was
arrested yesterday by the local police
and held at the station last night pend
ing arrangements for returning her to
the hospital. She was found wander
ing in the business section with sev
eral large pasteboard boxes which
enth avenue, after an iliness of five
days of dysentary. He was born in
Galesburg, Dec. 2, 1SS1, and h;td resid
ed in Rock Island eight months. He
leaves his parents, a sister and a
brother, all in Galesburg.
10 days on a chariee of assault and ! Samuel. John, David,
battery. Yesterday he and Roy j The funeral services
Owens got into an argument and in ; Imme on Sunday t
the heat of it W;rnn hit his adver- by Rev. T. S. Fi ti.'.
sary on the he;id with a rock. John , f .jnituI p'irt.v left for 'n
Ryan went down for 1 ' days on a1
charge of being drunk and disor
WELL ADVANCED IN YEARS
GIVE YOUR BEST.
There are loyal hearts, there are spir
There are souls that are pure and
Then givi4 to the world the best you passed tiway at her home in Aledn
have, 'Saturday, after an illness lasting fer
And the best will come back to you. several months. She was born in
! Memphis, Tenn., in 1 X and lias live 1
where the remains wll
bv lbo hnsbattd a Bid'
held at her
, Cl ' tl I net eil
Tod. I v tie-
ersvlll.-. HI .
laid tu re'
n Itio liar-
Ail members are l eipi i
'I hi n t -
Klmiia Whiten lie. Aged SJ. Is H, fhf. j;aKl,.8- hotn-
Ik-adaf Home ... Aleclo. j V,r lhan
Aledo. III.. March '. Specia' ) ! ,,. fun,.rai ,,f
Mrs. Klmira Whiteside, nued K2 years j .ldorf.
FRANK V, it'll
.!. F. IMNDINCKK. -V. S
rnmainoH fin acenrtmpn. rrf nrtiriAc i Cive love, and love to your heart will, in Ah-do for many veiirs. She h aves Tablets invariably bin
raneinc from r,in to hottles of facial I How. (two tlatighters, Mrs. .viable imhso.i ... : n,en stMiernm ....... .
creams. She labored under the delu- nu sirengm u ".. u " "-'.. ii-in''i, imi -t- "
c ared fur ; tit. n, l:e;ila l'e, bilit
The Woman's Missionary society will 'sion that he was a peddler and she' Have faith, and a score of hearts wiilji.er mother for seviial months, and :allowii-s of the h
ifh nnd I.Imt
relief to w u-
"Our Debt to I.d' herauism
t'on and Thanksgiving."
The meeting of the Iadi"s' Aid so
ciety which was announced for Wei
resday afternoon at the home of Mrs
Frysingtr has been postponed.
nt 7:3" the bible shool will hold an en
isftenioon at 3 o'clock at the home of
I Mrs. J. A. Reid. S2u Sixteenth street. '
The first annual banquet of the Cov-;
j enant blbie class will be hold Friday
j evening at 6:30.
The King's Heralds will meet Sat-
! urday afternoon at 2:::o with Mrs. S. E.
Tomorrow cveninc , Mattison. Jr., Twentieth street
meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 wituiwas trying to sell the articles. She
Mrs. Claus Appelquist, 70f Third ave-jraved and became extremely violent
nue. Mrs. Appelquist aJid Mrs. Charles ! when placed in a cell.
Swanson will he the hostesses. I
The choir will meet Thursday even
ing at S o'clock at the school house.
The confirmation class will rnoet
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock and
Saturday morning at 9:30.
the home of Mrs. R. M. Pearce, 1132
Prayer meeting will he held Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
The Men's Brotherhood will observe
tertainment iind sociable at the mis 'St. Patrick's day with a banquet at
sion. Admission fee wiil be a pair of ! 6:30 followed by an address on "Ipj
old rubbers. j land and the Irish."
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock the' 111
monthly coffe of the Dorcas society! Spencer Memorial The official board
will be held at the homo of Mrs. J. F. I meeting will be held this evening at
wihraan. !' iitirmvn streeu. -nn
The bible study class will meet to-
German Evangelical. This evening
Broadway Presbyterian. The
sion will - meet this eveniner at 7:30
the Young Peoples society will holdal t-le rast0r's study for the transac-
the monthly business meeting at the ! tion of important business.
church. ! Ruth's band will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. C. E. Shatpe, 2111 Eighth ave-
Their faith in your word and deed.
For life i.s the mirror of king anil
'Tis just what you are and do;
Then give to the world the best you
And the best will come back to you.
Madeline S bridges.
i.Mrri. Masn of Denver, and fo ;r sons, : Fold by all druggi
Thursday afternoon the ladies' Sew
ing society will meet at the church.
A special congregational meet in j
cailed for March 19.
morrow evening at 7:30.
The Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety will meet Thursday afternoon at
2:3o with Mrs. Clara (iregg. f,31 Thirty,
j ninth street.
j Prayer services will be held Thurs
(lowed by a meeting cf the Sunday j
i school board. j
J The choir will meet Friday evening 1
l for rehearsal.
Trinity Episcopal. Vestment guild
will m-?et tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock in the choir room.
Prayer meeting will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Thursday evening at 7:31.
Kerler & Co. make rura.
Buy a homo of Reidy Bros.
Trl-clty Towel Supply company.
For xpre6s, call Spencer & Trefz.
Call Oscar Swanson, I'n'on express.
Fresh river fish at 171 S Third ae
nue. West 1092. We deliver.
Fresh supply Mrs. Austin's famous
buckwheat flour at all grocers.
Let William Johnson do your tin aud
ifumace work. 1316 Third a v. -Due.
; Fresh supply Mrs. Austin's famous
buckwheat flour at ail grocers.
Will find us prepared
to serve you proper
ly. We anticipate a
great year in the
jewelry business and
will show all the
novelties in advance
of the season.
; J. RAMSER
1 Opvfc.sit' Harper itoose.
German Methodiat The
monthly business and social meeting ;
South Park Presbyterian. Junior
At the Wednesday evening Lenten services wiil he held tomorrow after
service. Rev. Albert D. Whitcombe of noon a' 4 o'clock and prayer services
St. Luke s church, Dixon, 111., will . win be held tomorrow evening at 7:30. ' H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
preach. j furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth ave.
Thursdav afternoon at 2:30. Trinity1 United Presbyterian. The Kate Hill ; cue.
guild will meet with Mrs. C. C. Carter, 1 Missionary society win meet tomor-j Fresh supply of Mrs. Austin s fa-
j 1S17 Sixth avenue. jrow evening with Miss Wareock, 43 , mous pancake ' flour. Now at your
I Second street. j grocers.
regular I . , ! Praver sprvlces wiil ho held Wert!
Seeds That Grow
When ymi plant ncC'U e
tie-in to not only ftiinr.b
healthy pimitn l,ut ymi cx:" ; '
stari'i ewrv seed iiiiist gn.
(Iicflt care lull' lie i vrei-' 'I 1 ' ' "
seleillon cf seeds to get these r-hiil- .-
must. ie good, fi'h so K, im.I old m ).. . ''
OVC-r by the d'Tib :' I'l'Hu m-;i-i'iii to :;.- ...
The -c-tls we are h'-llii. ;ire p.i 1 1 '"
udaptetl to tl.'s lo'.'ility ;.nd iini.i'j ;ti (i .. 1
block direct from groweix.
Our Block is cniupV-te arid a t ri: I v t :
you of their superior merits.
330 Twentieth Street
Firt Baptist Mid-week prayer ser
vices will be held Wednesday evening
nesday evening at
of the Enworth league wiil be held to
i morrow evening with Miss Dtna Ram-j at ,. " ' ana. I)e lounwea oy a
iter. S31 Thirtieth street. ; meeting or tne sunaay scr.ooi teacn-, March 17
Court of Hor.or So. 31 will give a
dance at Maths hall Thursday eve-
The Famous M$b
ihe women of tne cnurn win hold ning March 9. Cents 25 cents, ladies
a supper and sale Friday evening. '15 cents. Bleuer's orchestra
Frayer services will be held Thurs
I cay evening at 7:30.
Grace English Lutheran The Acme
j society will meet tonight with Miss! cm j e, c - !
, Edgewood Baptist. Evansrenstic ,
j Jessie Hammerqulst, 417 Eighth srreet. ! services will be held Thursdav eve-!
rNloUlle' jnlng. Rev. J. M. Osbcrn of Silvis, as-i
i A coffee for the benefit of the I.a-jsisting the pastor, and N P
; dies' Aid society will he held tomorrow Heading the song service.
: arteraoon at the home of Mrs. 1 Roy The Ladies' Ail society will meet i
;Oakleaf.ll2infteenth 8nd a-half street, j with Mrs. Frank Nelscn, gl2 Forty- j
! Moline. 'second Btreet. Pridav aftomonn 1
. . ruiciin riev. u. ii. ljeiaaa wiil continue the-
Missionary society cf the Lutheran , revival services at Revnolds until 9
x ..... v ..rc- ui n la.auu w i.j meet w ea- j eanesaay.
I rcsdar afternoon with Mrs. G. A. An-j
j dreen. 735 Thirty-fifth street. Central Presbyterian. Ti
i r e ritiTirmflnftn rhes ' I TnAri-ti . .u. - -
l( . liiTt- 1 -i.i uicti evtrcig i j ,'3'J at cue:
Wednesday evening at . o clock and ; parsonage. 1 (
Frl evening at 7 o'clock. j The Ladies' Aid sacletv will meet
& vhc i?$T VVedne?day afternoon at : o'clock, at
FOUR ARE SENT TO JAIL
lers at 5:1 ?b.
I The Ladies' Aid society will meet; Death of Frank Logan
'Fridav afternoon in the church par-1 Frank Logan (Colored) died vester-!
Mors for work. ; day afternoon at 5 o'clock at the ; rlff'r?n TW Against Karh
home of Mrs. Mollie Vatighn, 6J5 Elev-j
Not a Single
In a thousand cups of
to the coffee
iUCIC o A ACiiaUU If
fencler in I'olice Court
The daily grind in the police court
Ithis morning before Magistrate C. J.
j Smith resulted in the sending to the
county Jail four men on as many d.f
! ferent charges. Frank O'Neill got a
;i0-day sentence on a charge of be
iing a moocher. He was arrested yes
Louis Cheskau was fined $25 and
eoets. which means a flve-dar sen
tence, on a charge of assault prefer
red against him by Mrs. J. Wellmer.
jTbe two met yesterday in the rear of
;a nalnnn snd hArl An arsnmnr whlrh
' 1 - j 1 .i 1 .. 1 1 : I
I rnuiiea ill Luwiiiu 1 jui;iujt ur
.starting to pull a knife.
Joseph Wargo waa sent to jail for
Dees Not Strain ihe Eye
Don't te a small. cr..r.trated light
over one shoulJtr. It ; ' an unequal
strain on your eys. U- - 1 Ji fused, soft,
mellow light that cannot f u r -rr, that cuual
izes th- f the eyes, v--h as the Kayo
Lamp KiVl-s -n avoid eye strain.
I' e Jiuyo is designed to give the
best l:ht, and il dues. ....
It has a strong, durl ie snadc-holdcr
that is h.!J Hrm and rrue. A new burner
gives added strength. .'a!e of solid
brass and f.nishtd in r.icMl. lizsy to
keep polished. Ti e Rayo i-lov priced,
but no other lamp tiv.a a b tier iight t
Once a Rayo User, AIvj iy One.
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