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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1011,
CALLED BY CHURCH!
Eev. S. J. Sebelius May Retire ;
From Faculty of Augustana
Uncle Sam's Regulars Cheerful
Over War Maneuvers In Texas.
OFFER FROM EVANSTON
CO-OPERATIVE STORE CO. ROCK ISLAND ILL.
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. : 1 r . -i j '-- - v" , ' - -J'fa
Is One of Most Prominent Conprepa- t
tions in Ticaro IMstrirt
It is possible that Augustana col
lege may lose one of its most popular
professors. Rev. S. J. Sebelius, who
ts at the head of the Christianity de
partment of the college, has received
a call to become pastor of the Imman
nel Lutheran church of Evanston, 111.
the former charge of the late Dr. Lud
As thi3 is one of the most prominent
congregations in the Chicago district,
the offer is very flattering, and in rase
Rev. Sebelius is desirous of entering
upon the field of service again, Evan- j
Eton would prove a nice advancement.
Professor Sebelius now has th call j
under advisement and it is not known j
what disposition he win make of it. i
Both as a professor and a man Rev. j
Sebelius is very wel! liked by the fac- ;
ulty and student body of Augusiana I
and they all would be loathe tr see ;
him go. Before entering upon his dut- j
ies nt Augustana as professor of
Christianity, he had charge of the I,u- I
tJfr..".! -" 1 r " 1
can- i :
Those of the United States regular troops who haTe been ordered to Texas
for the mysterious war maneuvers arc probably less worried over the affair
than many stay-at-homes who cannot understand the situation. The soldiers,
who do nf't care whether Mexico is to be invaded or the war game to be prac
tifed under the hot Texas sun. are enjoying life to the utmost and welcomed
the voyage or railway trip with approbation.
ahr lOrrk in thr (tti (Ehurrhrs
II!. Rev. Sebelins has been connect
ed with the college sinre January.
ISfift. Every effort will be made to in
Ctence hfm to remain at Augustana.
IIOI.MKS IIK'KIKHI,. j
A memorial program will be given ;
in the Augustana college chapel nevt i
Wednesday evening in honor of the i
late Dr. Ludvig Holmes, the great Trjnjty Episcopal. St. Elizabeth's t; o'clock. This will be a St. Patrick's
Svedish American j.oet. This pro-ipuid wjn ltet tnis evenins at 7:S.'!dav meetinp.
gram will be given as a token of re-; in lhe filoir room !
f:,m Ior roal s-ervu e ne nas ren-j Vestment guiid will meet tomorrow
dered to the synod and to the college i nfternoon al . o'clock in the choir
in literature. At the time of his ; room.
death Dr. Holmes was the synods; tJorcas guild will meet tomorrow
i::ms' illustrious literary man. His ' ftrnnnT1 . ... Th(. rH(,rv
The pr ac ber for he Wednesday
l.i::ie as a poet not only extended to.
a eu ri.
Memorial Christian. Tomorrow ev-!
oning at 7: Co she Quescn Esther guild j
will meet with Mrs. W. A. Schaeffer. j
S'.)5 Nineteenth street.
Mid-week orcver services will be I
r-?rts of this country but also tOj,.vtninp SPrvice ,,e Jlev. Job a C. , held Wednesday' evening at T::jO. ;
' The Indies' Aid society will meet 1
Thursday afternoon at 2:"0 with Mrs.
I'ooley, 242 Seventh avenue.
The choir will meet Thursday eve- j
nir. at 7:?.') for rehearsal. :
The teachers and teachers' training ;
i class meeting will be hcltl Friday eve-'
.Alius circle will meet tomorrow aft-;nirjg at 7:2".
eruoon at ?,:') at the home of Miss;
lAdria Titterii'.gtfjii. 5.1; Twenty-sec- j Second Christian Mission. Tomor-
ond street. Arrungements will be com-1 rM'A' evening at 7::ju prayer service? '
will be held. Subject, '"Our Debt to ;
, Prcsbyterianism." !
The Ladies' Aid society will meet i
Wednesday afternoon at the homi of j
Mrs. felioup. C'i.s Kourti'eutii avenue.
I Sage of Dubuque. i
X. Swan. Of Sioux C'.ty, Trinifv wit! meet Thiirsrlav f- :
Icwa. will make 'he principal address. ! f.rnool at 0-clork at the home l)t ;
Iir. P. C. Vounge,.t will also speak. :.rf. j A XVenc!eIli -27 XineU,elUh
In addition to their addresses some of !s!r(,c. j
Dr. iioini'-s' best poetical works will j j
be Mad. The Vi. nnert erg chorus will!
i,n r,.nder sr,n. Sn,5 i Broadway Presbyter.an. The Helen ,
At Y. M. C. A.
A fine crowd of boys heard the ad-
; pleted for the "St. Patrick's Tea"
: which is to be held Thursday after-
dress at the B. (J. M. yesterday after-, noon from 3 to C o'clock at the home
noon when Rev. Marion Humphreys of Miss Florence McCon.bs, S12 -N'ine-
.T,r,l.-o r.r, "Thp Tti en t re t flo nr teellth Street.
Prayer services will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7 ::'".
The annual ijieetin:; of the I.ad'.os
Aid society will be held Friday ufU'r
nooii at the home of Mrs. V. M. luck.
.Not to (',(." This was the 'conclud
ing talk in the series that Mr. Hum
phreys lias been giving on berious
questions for the boys. As to the
tii'atre it was supgeted that any boy
o!i!d go through life and never wit
ness any kind of theatrical per
formance and not be the loser of
any great element from h.s life.
W;irn;ng was given of the danger
to character in forming habits re
uuiring constant diversion and e'X
ei'ement such as are furnished by
the theatre. Mr. Humphreys said if
u boy ;s determined to attend thei
theatre. Irs only safe plan is to con- j South Park Presbyterian. Junior
sider carefully what he is t see. and services will he held tomorrow afier
ln ko only to such performances as ! neon at o'c lock and prayer services
lie knows are safe and riirht. Mis- will be held tomorrow evening at 7 :
cellaueous theatregoing as a habit 1
was severely re'ndemned. because of : United Presoyterian. Wednesday
its moral effects. Thirty boys have evening at 7::S'i ,the Men's society will
attended all four of the talks in ihis ir.eer at the church and the Woman's
leries and these 3 are to have t h- Missionary society will meet at rlv
pleasure of a special social affa'r of parsonage.
a sort to be announced liter. The, The Ia-iies' Aid society will serve
total attendance ;t the feur meet- supper Friday evening from 5 to s
lugs has been "T,T,. an average of 63. , at the church. There will also be an
Third Christian Mission. Tonight
the Ixyal Brothers' class will be
guests of tiie loyal Daughters e'ass
;;t a supper. In a recent contest tne
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W ednesday, Continuing Two Succeeding Days
The pleasure of your attendance is re
quested at the formal opening of our
Millinery Department for the Spring
and Easter season of 1911.
The showing will consist of a com
plete presentation of Paris, London and
New York models, with their reproduc
ftv tions and conies at appar
ently impossible low prices
Among the many new de
signs originated for street wear
there are three distinct models
which are the most popular.
The Empire Polk
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ilS AWipw- I III!'
rV - y' U- !
We have the greatest line of Millinery
ever shown in the Tri-Cities, and you
must see it to realize the beauty thereof.
Exquisite Imported Novelties
Beautiful Pattern Hats
Perfect Tailored Hats
Correct Untrimmed Shapes
Exclusive Silk Weaves
Gorgeous Flowers Feathers
si? Twenty-third street. i I.oyal Hrothors class was victe-rious.
The annua, meeting of the .Men's! The Sunday school teachers and
club will be held Friday e vening. Hev. officers will meet Wednesday evening
K. A. Ress of the Presbyterian church j "vith Mrs. T. M. Swingle, liuS Foi li
at Clinton, Iowa, will be the speaker, ! etn street.
This is the one meeting of the year! The Dorcas society v. ill meet Thurs
to which the women are invited. j(la' afternoon with .Mrs. R. N. Roberts,
The choir will meet for rehearsal!1-1 1 nirty-e lulit h street.
crs of the Sunday school v. ill nu ot at less and almost yielding Kirl to fly with
Thursday evening at 7:;'.u there will
be a meeting for tiaininj; lor service
followed by prayer services.
Grace English Lutheran. TheTri City
District i.uther l-'ague wii; jncet tti
nipht at the First Swedish Luther
an church in Moline.
The huther league will htdd a cof
fee sociable Wednesday afternoon and
frvening at the home of Miss Dora Sea
bei, 4:u: Seventh avenue.
The confirmation classes will meet
Wednesday and Friday evening at 7
o'clock. I.en'en services will be held
Friday evening at s o'clock.
The Iidics' Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon in the church par
lors fcr work.
German Methodist. The I.ndies' Aid
society wil meet Thursday afternoon
with .Mrs. kenuioyei, Z-Z Seventh
Prayer services will be held Thurs
dny evening at T:"r'.
Aiken Street Chapel. The Chris
tian Kndeavor seciety will meet this
evening at the home of Michael Boll
man, 5r9 Hendricks street, South
At the Theatre
The Old Reliable
J. P. Williamson's new and 2d
ttind store has returned to Rock Is
land and will be conducted under
th firm name of Carney & Thotup- j
eon. It runs Ju;"t lhe same as "J. i
V." used to run it. We will pay ;
more for your poods and sell cheaper ;
than anyone else. ;
CARNEY & THOMPSON j
Old 1'lione IfiJvS 1.525 Second Ave.
Kot k Inland, lil. '
(Continued from Page Three.)
Swedish, Seotch and raatime stunts.
Flossie Hojie as a Swedish maid sang
and danced well and the Heed sisters
r- - . -.
. : D...Uwl... , . ! rirai owcaisn iutneran. The com-1
nilttef si. nct,. act , ii-aic lin n iicilia in
l-ers of the Sunday school, "" ,u BU"l"L,1,., TOO h ai
,-,..1 . s., i . , , Jiiauc d f ' 'I . I I , ' " I lull Uiuii lit.
' i.v"Mtw uiniuui ii i fie pro'
ers and o!f
wil: meet tonight at the parsonage.
Prayer services will be held Wed j posed annex wi'.l meet tonight at S
nesday evening at t o'clock in the home of C. E. Johnson,
evcr 'n the Worn tn's , i'ol Fifteenth street
Heme cr.d horeisn Missionary socio-, Cottage prayer services will be held ! fullv
ry memuers wni r.e tr.e quests or .Mrs. ; eanescay evening at 7:3u in the
A. McKhir.e; . 1045 Twenty-second i home of Andrew Grinerud, 1221 Four
lene Carter, a former boarding house
keeper, as his wife, was amusing.
The pony ballet by six prettily cos-
i turned girls was cleverly and beauti-
given. The company is large
and as a whole is capable.
ftreet. This will be a missionary (
meeting, the subject of which will be,
The Ladies' Aid society will hold a !
coffee at the home of Mrs. George .
liars. Tenth avenue and Twenty -sec- :
ond street. Friday afternoon from 3 to:
r-r nr i "r '! A tel.
. ally invited
to attend the
1 5 and
teenth and-a-haif street.
The choir will meet Thursday eve
ning at 7:?.H for rehearsal.
The board of eieacons will meet '
Thursday evening at the home of Km J
il Peterson, 1121 Fouriernm streer
The Vouug People's society wiil j
meet Friday evening at the school '
The extra confirmation class wili j
THE LITTLE STRANGER.
The most appropriate unrehearsed
effect that ever happened in Ian Robert
son's experience, is so remarkable as
to be perhaps worth retailing. He was
at thai time associated with his broth
er, torbts - Robertson, wnose par
him then and there. He finished his
appeal, which was long and fervent,
and then paused for a reply. Without
reasing her downcast eyes and in a
voice full of emotion, t-he said very
clearly so that the words rang out,
"And then?" when plump into the
center of the stage from the flies fell a
large baby doll, the largest he had ever
seen. Ian Robertson believes to this
day the accident of the sudden appear
ance of this unnatural infant has never
HER WORK ORIGINAL.
An entertainment of unusual inter
est w ill be the attraction at the Grand,
Davenport, next Wednesday evening,
when Henry B. Harris presents Ruth
! St. Denis .in her wonderful dances. For
this occasion Mis3 St. Denis will ap-
pear not only in the Hindu dances but
: the numbers founeled on the religion
and customs of ancient Egypt will
Charles Dox also De fund on the program. While
technically called a dancer, Miss St.
Denis does not specifically belong to
that class of entertainers, for her work
appeals to the mind as well as the
eye. She has In thee dances and the
thought they convey a concrete Idea
which affords entertainment as surely
as the theatre ever afforded it. It is
hard to define her position In the pro
fession, of entertaining for there is no
work like hers anywhere in the world
so unique and original baa she made it
AT THE MAJESTIC.
Another show of the snappy vari-
ogue Hat Shop
Express Service kl Second Ave.
318 22d SL
he is now plavin in "The Passing of u preaeuieu at me .Majestic
the Third Floor Back." which comes ! fC th? first ha1f the week. It will
:o rh. niinr,ie Ttmrs.i.iv n,t nnd a.-ii1'6 hoded by Welsh, Francis & Co..
meet Friday afternoon and evening i ,K ,,j lV, nl;- r,tvt I who are aonearin? bv Dermission of
of a new production, he was naturally ! '-ew neids. no controls the ae-.t.
verv anxious and was watching with;They present "The Flip Mr. Flop." a
ereat interest the audience s reception ; Deat ,lttle fomedy with plenty of fun
of each scene. Now the chief moment lanrt life- Ed Kresko and Eva Fox. the
of the play was when a man asked the i "battling Pals." will introduce their
girl to run awav wi h him. There was, fi,n novelty. Powell and Rose, come
tan nnhrtcon admits some stioht men. d'an9, and Hilda Hawthorne and
and the usual confirmation class will
he Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock
and Saturday morning at S:3-'.
Spencer Memorial. The Epworth
league will hold a business meeting
tonight at 7:3' at the church.
We Make Shirt and Collar
Work Our Specialty and
faction. L.E.Baker Laundry
1808 Third Ave. Old phone 237
The Bible Study c lass will meet to- . . .; Johnny complete the bill with a come-(
morrow evening at 7:3. j ,K , dv act. Mrs. Casev Rill sine "In Mv
The Noting Men s oass of the Sun-; wa9 a passionate younzman minz even-' Dreare:8 of You" and thf Majeetiscope
day school win meet at the rhurrh:
.SiSrj Wednesday evening for a business and
? J . eixial meeting. I
Ha i iduitrb .1 iu hui .t 1 1 viu u i a.
business meetine with Mrs. Martha'
Grove, 614 Forty-third street, Thars-j
ii cay atterneon at z:6. .
i Prayer services v. i'l be held Th'ars-
csy evening at
The choir will meet Friday evening
at 7:30 for rehearsal. f
First Baptist. The fjuarterlv- meet
fl lr-g of the Tri-City B. y. p. u. will be
celd tomorrow evening at the First
Baptist church. Rev. T. I.. Ketn.an of fi
I .", Chicago will be the principal speak
H s a Iiact.u il r juujiiun'i urm rri - j
argument to persuade the sad. motion- iows a new reel or pictures, unuig
. ;uraoat, manager en me rnays. tne 1
act which will expose 6tage faking ;
I here the last half of the week, wat
here yesterday and said he would by i
rnans of his act expose the secalled ;
' spiritualistic and mind reading dem-f
. onstratioriB which in some blaces have i
i been stopped bv the authorities. Mr. i
15 (Jranat will guarantee that he can ex
S pose any trick (that is what he calls
fcj it) that these mediums and other per
R f orm.
1w mm ift it ii Tifc- "-TTfc
Children Grow Sturdy
1 1 Prarer services will be he d V,
j. nesday evening at 7.30 and the leaci-, t
"There's a Reason"
' To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to
W. Ore ve s . signature oa !
Ae?. Mvers & Company
Repair Work Promptly Attended
Teleohone, West 18.