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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1911.
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REV. W. J. LEACH
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GETS GOOD MAN
Rev. W. J., Leach Who Comes
Sunday-Was Popular at
TRIBUTE BY THE STAR
Peoria Paper ExtoUs Him aa Preach
er, Thinker and Worker and
Wishes Him WelL
The congregation of Spencer Memo-1
. rial church., and the city In general j
has reason to be congratulated- on the j
assignment to this city of Rev. W. J. !
Leach of the church at-"Pekin. The
new minister will preach his first er
mon'from the pulpit at the Spencer
Memorial church next Sunday. Con
cerning him the Peoria Star has the
following to say:
"The assignments made at the Meth
odist conference in Peoria were given
Energetic Young Methodist Minister
Who Comes to Spencer Me
and Intimate friends. The bride was
dressed in a dainty gown of white
out yesterday and the friends of Pas-! embroidery and lace; her long tulle
tor Leach of the local church were
pleased at the choice assignment giv
en the popular minister. He is as
signed to the Spencer Memorial
church at Ttock, Island, one of the best
charges in the Peoria di-rtrict, where
the energetic young preacher will
hare a wider field in which to display
his talents. Mr. Leach came to the
First church of this city five years
ago and has had a most successful pas
torate. Under his ministration the
church has enjoyed the most fruitful
years of its existence.
WIPED OUT CJTCRCH DEBT.
"The church debt of several thous
and dollars haB been wiped out. the at
tendance ha3 been large and the mem
bership of the congregation and the
various societies is greater than ever
before. He has been enabled to ac
complish this through the hearty co
operation of the good people of his
church and the citizens in general. Mr.
Leach was a regular contributor of the
Star and his "pulpit paragraphs" read
each Sunday evening and published
Monday were one of the features of
his work and of this paper. They were
widely read and the ladies of the
church published a volume of them
that found a ready sale.
I A THI.VKKR.
Tne minister is a student ana a !
thinker along original lines and is cer- j
tain to receive still greater honors at '
the hands of his church. The depar
ture of Mr. Leach and his estimable
family will be generally regetted by
Pekin people, whose sincere good wish
es follow them to their new home in
Rock Island, to which place they will
remove -within a week."
veil was caught with a single rose
bud, and she carried a bouquet of
.bride's roses. Refreshments were I
served after the ceremony and later j
Mr. and Mrs. Eoden left for an ex-j
tended wedding trip in the east, 1
which will include visits to Niagara!
Falls, Detroit, Milwaukee and Chi-1
cago. The bride is a graduate of the
Davenport high school and the ;
! Teachers' Training Bchool, and for ;
: the past few years has been teaching !
i in the graded schools of Lake Ge-
neva. Mr. hoden, alter graauanng
from the Lake Geneva high school at
ater.ded the University of Wisconsin,
fnishing his studies at Marquette;
university. For the past four years 1
he has been head druggist at the j
R. B. Arnold drug store in Lake Oe-
neva. The new home will be at Lake
W. R. C. HOLD SOCIAL. j
TUB WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
vesterdav afternoon held its first so- !
j rial of the season at Memorial hall,'
4. ladies being present. It being the 1
i birthday anniversary of the president)
of the corps, Mrs. Elia Godfrey, she j
i was made the recipient of a silver!
spoon, airo a beautiful fan and a host !
of good wishes and happy returns. The t
Mesdames Hemenway. Ranson, Kittil- (
sen. Si:nner ana Arnoia servea me
AXEL E. RUNDQUIST AND FRAX
ces E.. Johnson, of Moline, were mar
ried Tuesday evening at the bride's
home 2631 Thirteenth avenue. In one
of the prettiest of such functions. The
ceremony was performed at S o'clock,
the Rev. Carl Vingren. pastor of the
Swedish Baptist church officiating.
Hearts-and Flowers was played-during
the ceremony. Following this a deli
cious supper 'was served. The bride
was attended by her sister. Miss Anna
Johnson, and John Rundquist. brother j
of the bridegroom, served him as best j
man. The color scheme of lavender
LOCAL W. R. C. ENTERTAINED.
THE WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
of Davenport entertained the corps
of Rock Island and Moline at a very
pleasant sociable of Tuesday after
noon at Memorial hall, the court
bouse, the affair being one of the
series of tri-city sociables that have
been given the past year. There was
a program with the opening number,
"America," and Mrs. Mattie Crippen,
the president, giving the address of
welcome. Master Charles Foster
played a cornet solo; Miss Helen
Crawford gave a reading, Miss Grace
Offerman a piano solo, and Mrs. Ed.
Raff read a very interesting paper
on the "History of a Rebel Prisoner
at Rock Island Arsenal." The selec
tions found great favor with the
audience and every number was en
cored. After the program all wrra
invited to the dining room where a
supper v as served by the Davtnpjrt
U!-rs. covers being laid for 125 at
1 the tables, which were prettily dec-
w . t , ... orated w ith asters, goluen rod and
home, made a beautiful setting for the . . . ,
. . . .. B 'greenery. Asters were given as fa-
happy event. The bride wore a gown j ' CA . .
f whit. .-""t- o-J sur.a j.'ircr-i.i
v. " ' riuuitnurii'u nuLiu Bull lilineu
brides roses. The bridesmaids wore a
costume of lavender voile wlrh which
she carried an arm bouquet of laven
der asters. Mr. and Mrs. Rundquist
have departed for Minneapolis to
spend their honeymoon. Upon their
re'urn they will be at home at 311,
Fourteenth avenue, Moline.
COON EY-K AVAN AGH NUPTIALS
INVITATIONS HAVE BEEN IS
sued by Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kavanagh
of Moline, to the marriage of their
daughter, Winifred Margaret. to
Charles Vincent Coon e v. which is to
be solemnized the morning of October i principals are prominent
4 at S o'clock at St. Marvs church. I circles. The bride is the
MISS MYRTLE E. DADE AND
Christian August Scuoossel, both of !
this city, were very quietly married
(this morning at 11 o'clock at the par-j
sonage of the Broadway Presbyterian
j church. Dr W. S. Marquis, pastor of
j the church, officiating. The bridal!
jcouple immediately left for the east!
' cm a wedding tour. Upon their re-!
', turn they will reside at the groom's
! residence on Twentieth streeL Both
retired su- j
Miss Kavanaiifch entertained 12 yoking ; rrnie recorder of the Royal Neigh
ladies at a dinner Tuesday eveninc. I bors. wi'h w hich she was connected
a:i former co-workers at the Rock Is-fr a prfat many years. Th groom
iana snop offices at Snvis. An infor
nial evening of music was enjoyed.
i? the well known wholesale coal and
?S ANNA STADER, DAUGHTER
BO DEN-HITCH COCK.
Ac 6 UtLUlK TUESDAY A F- MI
ternoon at the home of the brido's 1 of Mr and Mrs. SteDhen J. Stader. of
mother. Mrs. Mary Hitchcock, of 132 j this city and Frank B. Hermann of ;
West Sixteenth street. Davenport. ' Davenport were married at Sacred
w as celebrated the marriace of Missj Heart church this morning. Rev. J. F. j
Edna Hitchcock and Alvin J. Boden j Ixsckney performing the ceremony inj
of Lake Geneva, Wis., the ceremony! the presence of only a few of the im,-!
being performed by Dr. H. O. Row- ; mediate relatives and intimate friends, j
lands of Calvary Baptist church In j Mr. and Mrs. Hermann have departed J
the presence of about 35 relatives ', on a wedding trip and will be at home i
atjer Oct. 14. at 1011. East Fourteenth
street. Davenport. Boeh of the young j
! people have many friends in the trl-i
; cities. The groom is employed as
j bookkeeper at the Independent Baking
company in Davenport.
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WE SAVE WJ MONEY
facial massage, manicur
ing. Hours 9 a. in. to 6 p. m.
Evening hours made by
404 Safety Building.
TO GIVE CARD PARTY.
THE HDIES' AUXILIARY TO
the Eagles will give a card party at !
t Eagles' home tomorrow afternoon, the
game to begin at 2:30 o clock.
LADIES' AID MEETS.
THE LADIES AID SOCIETY OF
: Broadway Presbyterian church will
; meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. G. M. Babcock.
; 1004, Twentieth street.
COFFEE AND APRON SALE.
THE LADIES ALTAR SOCIETY
of St. Joseph's church will hold a cof-
Ifee and apron sale Thursday, SepL 2L
A Triumph for the Tri Cities in Bargain Giving
You have always reaped a great benefit from our money-saving Bargain
Fridays. Friday, the one day that our store becomes the greatest bargain
store of the tri-cities; when every department has a tremendous saving
for you. Whenever and wherever you. see a yellow tag displayed in any
of the seventy-seven departments it means that you will save money.
Note the big savings. One day only FRIDAY.
- s 9:00 A. M. 6c Calico For 212c .
Laces and Embroideries
Ladies' velvet and satin Bags, with fancy
silver, gun metal and gold frames, moire
and satin lined small purse inside, long silk
cord and tassels, sold regularly QQ
at $1.50, Friday vOL
Ladies' embroidery Waist lengths, slightly
soiled, beautiful designs. For one jQ
dav onlv a waist front for jLwfb
Linen, torchon and plat vals., from 2 to 4
inches wide, sold regularly from
8 to 12c yard, Friday Ji,
Ladies' long Automobile Veils, all colors,
regular $1.50 veils, Friday, 98C
Genuine Sterling Silver ring
with imitation Cameo Bettings.
Regular value 50c 9JTf
Friday special price uOKj
Genuine Cloisonne Brooches,
large assortment, regular 50c
and 75c value, Friday
This Week's Waist Special
up to 1.50 values, 79 cents
85 dozen fancy Lawn Waists,
assorted styles; some with
sailor collars, low neck, short
sleeves values up to $1.50.
Friday special HCkr
sate prlcouMW... I C
59 long Qk Kimonos, made of
Cheney Bros, high grade robe
silk: a regular $5.00 value.
Friday, your choice
for v .
Friday's Specials in Domestics
1.000 yards Calico In dark bhie, lights, grays and red,
large assortment of patterns and all perfect goods. For
one hour, from 9 to 10 A. &L
1,600 yards Printed ChaJliea, out regular 6c le-Hen. BeaptS
ful assortment of rote patterns, also desirable for comfor
tables. 10 yards for 9l
(Hour sale from 1 to 2 p. m.) uoKj
L. I Sheeting, 36 inches wide. trnbleachl,
our price 7H. Friday sale price
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, fine quality, regular 91 P
value 29c, sale price .......JLt
42 inch Bleached Tubing, regular value 21c,
Special sale price .
45 inch Bleached Tubing, regular 22 4o
value, special sate ...........................
Fancy Outing Flannel, good weight. Hc value
in stripes and figures, special sale price ......
36 inch extra fine Cambric Muslin, regular
10c value, special sale price
Look Over These Third
English Elder Flower
3 bars for
Sanitol tooth, paste
1 lb. 20-mule
8 oz. HOSPITAL
5 bars Castel
BIoo Bath Powder,
Ladies' all linen hemstitched
initial handkerchiefs, some
worth 25c, bargain
Boys' all linen hemtitched
handkerchiefs, extra fine qual
ity, 15c values. Bargain
Men's all linen hemstitched
handkerchiefs, large size, 25c
72x70 genuine cotton Comfort,
pink and Blue sateen cover,
very special Friday price
72x75 comforts, filled with good
would be cheap at $1.75,
Friday special sale price
with Robe print,
Mattresses Third Floor
4.6x6.4 elastic f?lt Mattress, $6.75 value.
Bargain Friday S6.49
4.6x6.4 good Felt, Mattress, soft and durable.
$16.50 value. Bargain Friday S15.49
3.6x6.4 good Felt Mattress, $5 value 4.49
Carpets and Rugs
75c all wool Carpets, Bargain Friday 6."5
65c Carpet3, Bargain Friday J)?
35c Rag Carpet, Bargain Friday .' 29
9x12 Brussels Rugs. $15 val.. Bargain Fri S9.9S
Sxl2 Royal Wil. Rugs, $37 val.. Bargain I-M.g31.98
9x12 Body Brus. Rugs. $27 val.. Bargain Fri.S21.98
27x54 Symrca Rugs, $2.50 value, Bargain Fri. 2.19
4 yd. wide printed Lino., In beautiful pat
terns, 75c value, Bargain Friday 64c
2 yd. wide printed Lino., a large line to choose
from, 55c value, Bargain Friday 44
Cable Net Curtains. $6 value. Bargain Frf, pr.g4.69
Cable Net Curtains. $2.98 val. Bargain Fri.. pr. S2.29
Nottingham Curtain, $4 val. Bargain Fri, pr.g3.19
We have just received a fine line of Colonial
Draperies in a wide range of cloths and color com
binations, harmonizing with all modern decorative
schemes, beautiful floral stripes in art tickings,
"Arts and Crafts" and naturalistic floral designs in
cretonnes and lighter weight curtain materials.
ifSffi'. t OT'TI J. "WIS-1, WKW "
Tbe Tri - Cities' Famous Bargain Counter
Where one visit wil! make you a customer
1,000 yards Huck Toweling, good heavy
weight, regular value 8c. 3
Special sale price, per yard jLL
300 yards fancy Scrim with two-tone
border, regular 25c to 35c value. 4 C r
Basement sale price V. . Atlv
Rogers silver plated Tea Spoons, regu
lar price $1.25. Special &Qif
sale price OfJj
Rogers silver plated Dessert Spoons,
regular price $2.23. Special &4 ZJA
?ale price ji7
Plain white Toweling and red border,
regular 12V quality.
Special, per yard tll-
Tennis Flannel, many pretty patterns
to select from, 15c quality. fl
Special, per yard J.
Men's red Bandana ITandker- yfl
chiefs. 8c value. Special r3EV
Children's School Handkerchiefs,
worth up to 10c each. Special '. ; TLj
t'and 7 Inch fancr an slllt Rib
bon, In stripes, brocades and
Dresden effects, worth up to B8o
Friday, yard .......
Extra heavy quality of hafrbow
Taffeta Ribbons. In plain and
moire effects, 50c values. Bar
gain Friday, 90
Hair Bows Taffeta In black and
colors, 22Mc and 25o values.
T.incn Pound Paper,
Linen Envelopes to
Congress Playing Cards,
regular 45c value
soiled, 3 f
6c hair nets,
Friday 2 for
Bone Hair pins, regular
25c value, Friday
Bone Hair Pins, regular
,15c value, Friday
AU common ping,
Friday, 2 for
Children's School Wear
Children's Dresses, in ginghams, percale and chambray, made of all
prettv stvles, in sizes 3 to 14 years,
aAVUy J a fill
A lot of Children's Skirts made of
tine material and trimmed in lace
and embroidery, worth 50c,
Ladies 'umbrella Union Suits, QQ
$1.25 value OtlL
Ladies' umbrella Pants, , ,
Ladies 'extra size umbrella
Union Suits, 75c value . . ...
Linens and White Goods FLOOR
600 yards Ripilet Crepe, suit
able for underwear, 25c grade, yard ...
38-inch Mercerized White Voile,
35c quality, yard
36-lnch Silver Bleached all linen hem
stitched lunch cloths, 9Sc grade, each .
36-Inch soft 'finish, white, all linen
Walstiag, 40c grade, yard
Chinaware Savings Friday MENT
School Tablets and Com
position boohs, each ...
Wine Glasses, 3 oz. size, regular rrlce
75c per dozen, Friday special, eac h ,
Casseroles mounted in largo 8 inch copper nlckle
plated frames, worth $2.75,
HOUSE FURNISHING SECTION.
Copper nickle plated Tea Pots, regular
price $1.30 and $1.50, Friday spec ial
and white, reeu-
Ladies' Silk Hose in black, tan
lax 50c value, 2d quality,
Friday sale price
to dozen, bilk Lisle Gauze Hose, regular 25c
quality, Jn. white, black or tan, 2d quality, fln
Friday, sate price JC
White. felt hats, large and small.
Street lhats, mostly turbans, made of
r velvet, silk and satin, sale price
Soft velvet erush Hats for school
wear, for Friday only
25 Wool Suits, in mixtures and diagonals, reirular $15.00
7 ' . CJ JL
values. .Very special for Friday, $
It's a treat to Cst b,9 bargains wa
offer In our Men's Furnishings just at
the height of the season.
50c Black Sateen Shirts 39
20 off on all woven Reed Suit
$1.00 and $1.25 Shirts CO
25c Black Hose, 3 pair for
$1.50 Automobile Gloves 08
JLJLCO 'UrLKATIYL.oIUKL w.
, WE SAVE YOU MONEY
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afternoon and evening, at the home of
Miss Rose McHugh. 1025 Twenty-second
street. The ladies Intend to make
this the last sale of the season and
LADIES TO SERVE COFFEE.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON .AND
evening the ladies of the Swedish
Lutheran church will serve coffee at
RECEPTION FOR VISITORS.
ttey desire that all members patronize j the heme of ilrs.
it and make it a success. I ! Eighth avenue.
visitors at the home of Mr. and
A RECEPTION WAS HELD YES- j Mrs. Roi'-rts. A large mmiw-r cf tri
terday at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. j city ladies were present Mrs I.'. N.
Horace G. Roberts, in Davenport, in ; Robert wil! entertain at a dinner
8sji:day evening. aUo la thcli
L M. Anderson, 3300 j honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. I;surgey,
the former a brother of the hostess
L'ceised to Wed.
nizht for Mr. and Mrs. Lsin;er. and j nk '."riati ivnpor.
I Mrs. Edward C. Roberu will give a J Miss Alma S. Stader .... Rock Island