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THJ?TROCK"lSIiAND 'ARGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1911.
AVIATOR IS TO
BE HEBE OCT. 15
AVIATOR ROBINSON AND HIS ROUTE
All Churches Unite Tomorrow
in Mass Meeting1 at Me
Conference to Insure Landing
of Trass -River Air and
FOR 'MEN AND RELIGION'
ROBINSON READY TO STOP
3&l X.' P lZj,;f& --t I
It Is a practically settled Tact that
Aviator Hugh Robinson will make a
stop at Rock Island la his hydro-aeroplane
CIgLt from Minneapolis to New
Orleans during the middle of October.
Pursuant to tho call of President H.
E. Caate-el a conference ct business
men of Rock Island was held in the
club parlors In the New Harper thU
morning, at which H. F. McGarvte,
representing the Trass-Mississippi Riv
er Flight association, staler! the condi
tion under which Robinson in his
Curtlss machine would alight cn the
water of the Mississippi and give pub
lic exhibitions in front of the city. In
addition to circling the city on hia
down river trip. HoMiiBon sails from
Minneapolis to New Orleans, a dis
tance of 1.917 milea, by river, etartiru;
from Minneapolis Oct. 11. and expect
ing to complete 'h f -,bt m 20 dayn.
He will-travel at the rate of CO miles
an hour, starting from and alighting
on the water along tho Btreara.
TO BE IIEHE OCT. 15.
As Rock Island has already been
heralded as one of the stopping place?,
being half way between Minneapolis
and St. Louis. Mr. McOai vie stated
that In view of the fact that the flight
was to be madt! under a condition al- I
ready subscribed To and guaranteed In
Provision Practically Agreed
Hold Rock Island's Place on
St. Louis of receiving, a purse of $20,- ! raised.
000, it was nooesbary to raise money j oiikt ( aiid for c ity.
from the cities favored alofcg the j it was felt that the advertising the
route. flock Island's proportion would city will gain from the landing here,
be $500. ThiH city, helm? 371 miles : to say m.thing of the crowds that wiil
from Minneapolis It was anticipated be attract"! to Rock Island by such
that the aviator would reach here on i an cvmt, would justify the making of
tho arternoon of Saturday, Oct. 15. the arrangement, the only underr-iand-Ihirlng
the discussion, in which it was ; ing being that Rock Island i.; to have its
understood with Mr. . M'-fJarvie that j full share of tho bfnef;t and advan
Roblnson would aliv.ht at Rock Island ' tr.ps?. and the aviator iu his remark
before i o'clock on the afternoon of ; able undertaking is net only to alight
tho 15th or remain over Sunday, and j on the water in front of the city, but
givo his exhibitions no earlier than 10 i to bring his machine ashore and per
o'clock the following Monday morning, j rait of its inspection and to retrain
sentiment developed In favor of insur-
Ing th" stop st Hock Isl.-md. and a
tion by M. If. Sexton. pr-8ldtnt of tho
Rock Island Ritslmes Men's associa
tion, seconded hy Ij. P. Ik-st, was adop
ted to that effect. The chair
was alfo empoc-ered o app'nt
a committee so raic-e the ie
quired funds and to close tho con-
"t. .qwc?Mji ' ,.Jwn i
dWatnili. ttm.'.ittivMi Si ,
For a Case of
As a family
beer is a perfect
ing restful sleep
and aiding ap
H. J. LEMM,
1804 First Avenue,
TVivered to any, part of the
Hugh Robinson, wh- is to s"op Rock Island on his hydro-aercplane Sight from Minneapolis to fat. Louis;
reap of his remarkable trip, and Minneapolis m:.n r.ho is promoting tho enterprise, as well as views of the Cur
tiss hydro-aeroplane in which journey is to be made.
tho accessary amount
reaeo-able length of time here. From ;
mo-'prccerit indications Robirson will tar
ry over Sunday in Reck Island.
DELEGATES MAY COME.
Mr. McGarvie explained In the course
of hi talk that the great waterway
convention, which is to be held in Chi
cago. Oct. 12-14, may provide ih-t come
of the delegates shall come to a mid-
Mississippi point to witness the hydro-1
aeroplane exhibitions, and he said that
Hock Island Is about as convenient a
city to Chicago as could ce selected,
Thus Rock Ieland is to co'.:tiue to 1 til Ilc'cirsjn haa completed his en
be represented cn the map ia connec-: sagement in Rock Island.
Trinity Episcopal church,
enth street and Sixth avenue.
J run villa H. Sherwood, rector,
day school at 9:30 a. m.
ices at 7:au a. m. and 10:43
and 7:30 p. m.
Zion Swedish Rufheran, Forty fifth
struct and Seventh avenue. Re N. J.
Forsberg, paster. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Services at 10:Cu a. in.
a:.'! 7::;0 i. m.
German Evangelical, Ninth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenue-. Rev.
F. J. Rolf, pastor. Sunday school at
9:15 a. m. Services at lo:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Grace English Lutheran church
Sundav school at y:15. Services
lii:45 a. m. and 7:3r p. m. !
Vij-h? Si.-.1ih 1 iifrrriiii mrnpr Knur- !
... in,.t. ....i I.-.,..
ice uiir-&ii n;t rtuu i um'ii aijj. x-v.)
S. G. Hagslnd. pastor. Scrvjceo a'
10:45 a. m. and 7:43 p. m. :
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
etreet and Firth avenue. Rev. Ph. V, II
helm, pastor. Service's at 10 a. m.
ilemorial Christian, corner Third
avenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. E.
T. McFarland. paster. Graded bihlo
f cl 00! at 9:30 a. m. Junior Christian
Endeavor at 2:35 m. and Senior
ar.d intermediate C fcnstlan Endeavor I
at 0:30 p. m. Services at 10:43 a. m. !
and 7:30 p. m. Men's rally subject.!
"The Church and Men". At 3:0 p. m.
Mass Meeting. Men and Relig'.oa move-
meut at 7:30 a. in. "Christ's Appeals
to the Heroic in Man." Third in eer.tj
cf "From Man to Man."
jsecoM enmuan, corner fcixta street
and Thirteenth avenue. Sun.Iay
school at 9:15 a. m.. Rois B. Rich-
10 15 8upnEleEae3- !
Third Christian. Fourteenth avenue ;
and Thirty ninth street. Snnday j
school at ?:30 a. m.. Dr. J. H. Nich-!
ola. superictender.t. U:b schcel t ;
3:30 a. m. Services at
Central Presbyterian, corner
Twelfth ttrect and Eiewnth aver.te.
Rev. Marlor. HumphreyB, pastor. Sun
day school teflon. S:Z" a. m. PreacLlng
eerrices at 10:45 a. m. Chrfin Fn
fiesTor. 6:30 p. xa. rrcachir; at 7:3-'
Aiken etreet ctape!, Alkcn f-trecrt.
South Rock Islrcd. j'sy fcCoci at
2:85 p. m. J. II. a- 'ard. B-:ror:--er.d-ent
enerittta J. il. Bozi'., tupcrlz-teniJjnt.
tion with every modern achievement.
It was the first city in the miu-M:ssis-
Firjd valley to present through the in
strumentality of the Rock Island expo- j
;.ition and the Rock Island club and J .
Hi.siness Men's association aeroplane
liihts, and it proposes to hold up its
own on anything that comes along.
The flight is to be made under the
nu.-fioos of the Trans-Mississippi Flight
as-sccation or which H. A. luttie,
pre.-uient o nne commercial crio oi ; street aud Fifth avenue. Rev. S. Mc
Mir.nea?oli9. Is president, and Spear- j Dowell, paster. Services at 11 a. m.
men Lewis of St. Louis is secretary, , aE(j 3 p m ancj 7; 30 p m.
while Alfred Bond Lambert, president
rf th3 Aero club of St. Louis, is chair -
man of the fight committee.
c:mityei: has i xtii. ti'esdat.
FoilcT.-Ing the conference, Presi
dent Castecl of the club named the
following committee on subscription
nnd it Is expected to enter upon Its
dutleB Monday morning: W. M.
Reck. Gua Tegeler, J. J. UHemeyer,
e. t. Dolly. Carl J. Mueller, Frank
McMeek'n, F. J. Mueller. The money
must be In 1
the bank by Tuesday
nlgnt, cknourh t is not payaole un
N!n ? Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Rev. ; Twenty-third street ard Seventh ave-Siiu-!
uue. Rev. W. E. Marquis, pastor; Rev.
". G. Oglevee, assistant. Sunday,
'school at S:30 a. m. The Men's bible!
! class at :45 a. m. Services 10:45. j
; Sermon by Dr. Marquis. Topic, "Nehe-
mi:ih's Mottoes for the Men's Move-j
meat." Evening, 7:30 p. m. Topic,
'Messages from the Master for Men."
A chorus of men will lead the singing
of the day. 1
South Park Presbyterian, corner of I
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue, j
in connection with Broadway Presby-I
ttrian church. Rev. V. G. Oglevee, !
pastor. Bible school 2:30 p. m.; S. D. j
Cleland, superintendent. Young Peo- j
tie's nieethm at :45 u. in.
I'iiited Presbyterian, Third avenue
r.nri Vim ft n-h at r.it Itov T I
:i - , , " i
auc, jatui. iiuie L.erioui at a.
m. Mr.rnins; service at 10:45. Yo;ing
People's meeting at C:43. Evening ser-
vice at 7:30.
tTrst MetLodis:, corner Firth ave
nue and Nineteenth street, Rev. T. E.
Newland, paster. Sunday school at
:" a. in. Epworth league at C:45
p. m. Services at 10:43 a. m. and
Tj 3't p. m. Morning topic, "Laborers
logeir.er wun oca. Lveamg topic,
ir.e ;.iaa ror tne limes.
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
ircr, - ..
W. J. Leach, pastor. Sunday ;
a. m. iTeacimg at uno a.
Sbje-ct: "Preparing for Pente-
ipwonn leasee, p. tn. tve-
'tr.g services 1 :do p. m. 1 ne seccna 01 a
j rcrics cf etudies in convention will be
j . . j
p f 1 If U! - j
UhiV oODCT fflCIl 1l3niCQi
EJ-71 .Vt ,u-nes is closlBff its t
a'drtkir,' niaa. it mar b rour time i
rpit. n-:ter ficp iJrir.liirr at once. 1
! :ij'Vr j.Rbit. Win hip T- ii. By the su i
rrlr- tiou.-an'is of m -'-n have b:i '
--t.r' 1 to lives cf sobriety and !rlus
IV? ere - ?':r that Orrine wl'l ber.
. f t ynv t;:at ivo ; :o yr,i that if r.fter
tri.il you fall to jf't sr.y br.-fit ft cm
!'. u"-. yur naor.ey will rof undvd.
Orr.i la rrrpar. i Sa two furmr. No. 1
T. s'-r'-i trctrr.rr.r. .-1 p-wirr. asotuto-
)y istr.os ard o lories, niver. peret-1
ir. f-od or dri: k. orrir. Xj. 2, in j
tak" voluntary lritmcr.t. Orrlne ro.:iwlla te ArS"3 puzz.e cociebl.
. r! .- ! n box. if you r lntr--ftM In i Page 11.
i.o:r..' - i:t ortr.Ws o o-ry K to 1 vKHnM.
: :rrr b-- k:t utid infortr.illon.
1 i.oli. liirpcr lioue xhanc&cr.
The fpc: ia! character study
will be "Most-.,, a Iilor I-eader."
German Methodic, corner Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
William Schoenig, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Services E.t 10:43
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. II. C. Willing,
pastor, hunday school at l:4a a. m.
j Services at 10:4
j Wyman A. M. E
i r-;rs1- nt,-ct mrr,r ThiM
and Fifteenth street. Rev. II. W. Reed,
pastor. Sunday school at 0:30 a. m. B.
i". P. U. at C:30 p. m. Services nl 10:43
a. m. and 7: HO p. m. Morning theme:
"Men in the Church." Evening theme,
"How to Get Men in the Church."
Sundav is men's ra'.iy day and all male
. members are urged to be present.
Second Baptist, corner Tenth street
and Sixth avenue. Rev. J. K. Swain,
! t.jq p
m. Sunday school at 12:30 p.
pastor. Services at 10:20 a. in. and
m. B. Y. P. V. at C:30 p. m. j
Edgewood Baptist, corner Forty-'
fourth street and Fifth avenue.!
Rev. J. M. Rloyd, D. I). Sun-;
day school at 9: S'J; Joseph Willrner, su- (
perintendent. Services at 30;3j a. m. j
un.l 7:"0 p. m. Rev. J. M. Lloyd, L). ). I
will preach Sunday at l":i5 a. m. and
7:30 p. tn. Morning s si: jeer, "Wanted;
a Man, the Athletic, the Ascetic, thewith Tr-e Ar:
Patriot, the Intellectual, the Civic, tho
Judaic, the Christian." This Bormon
will be on the "men's movement."
livening S'ibjeet, "The Sin I'nto
Death" or "Out on the Seu with an l'n-
marked Chart." Everybody welcome,
Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty-first
street and Fifth avei.ee. Rev. I). Holm
berg, pastor. Sunday r.chool at 9:30 a.
n. Services at 10:13 a. m. and 7:45
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic.
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth ave- :
nue. Rev. J. F. Ltekuey, pastor.!
M.tsses at S : 2. and 10:3' a. in. !
St. Paul's Belgian Roman Cat ho-j
lie, Twenty-fourth btreet i-'id Eighth-!
and-a-half avenue. iass at 8 and j
10 a. m. Sunday school at 2 p. in.
Vespers at 3. j
St. Mary's Roman Catholic, cor-!
ner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-!
second street. Father Adolph Geyer, ;
Mas at 8 and lo:30 a. m. !
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, ccr-
ner Second avenue aud Fourteenth i
f-treet. Dean J. J. Quii'.n. rector; Rev. j
William P. Cleary, assistant. Masses
at 7:39, S:33 and 10:30 a. la. Sunday
school at 9:10 a. in.
Weat End Sunday school, 700
Sixth street. Sunday seho.i at 2:30
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evcning at 7:30. W. B. Barker,
First Church of Christ, Scientist, i
K23 Twenty-third street. Services
Scny at 10:45 a. 'in
of tho m0rn!nr service.
cunday school following morning ser-
vlce Wednesday evening testimcc-
jaj Eervi(-e at 7:45. Reading rooms:
ia te cnurch open dally except Sun-j
day rrom 2 to 4 p. m. The public Is j
cordially invited to all services.
rhnrrh rf Jeaua Christ. Latter
Dav SalnU (Utah Mormons). I. O.
-p. fca,j Ja London. building. Sun-
day school at 2 P. ra. Preaching
..n-iA. c Jt-15 t tt Jnhn Fr; nlr
The Spiritualists will worship Sun
day evening at S o'clock at 312 Fifth
street, Reck Island. Lecture and mes
sages ty the mitlster. Everyone ia-
Thirty-five dollars free, plven away
Hers. Xeuland and Marquis to Ad
dress Gathering Ilev. Leavh
iu Kirt Sermon.
Tomorrow special meetings In all
the churches will be held in the inter
est cf the Men and Religion Forward
Movement, both morning and evening.
At 3 p. m. thtre wiU be a Us inter
denominational rally at the Memorial
Chrii-tian ohurch. The meeting will
be addrtssed by Ikv. T. 12. Neuland
an I Rev. W. S. Marquis.
Rev. W. (1. Olevee is to talk to tho
boys in the Sur.d.iy school. The men's
bible clajs tomorrow begins a series
cf studies in "The Religions cf the
Orient." This work will be led by Dr.
Maripiis. A row book by Dr. Robert
T. Speer, "The Light of the World."
wiil be used as a text beck. Search
topics will be given out by Mr. Mc-
t Lane, the IeaJ.T of the men's class,
I which wiil bro.t 1, n the range of vision.
In the evening wiil be given an il
lustrated sermon on "Messages. From
the Master for Men." Some excep
tionally fine views from the life of
Christ will be described by Robert .1.
Ruchanan. a traveler and Chautauqua
HOLDS FinT SERVICE.
Rev. J. M. I.loyd, the new paster of
the Edgewcod Rapt 1st church, conducts
his first services in this city tomor
row. His morning service will lie ob
served as a rally service, and a largo
congregation Is expected. An effort la
to be made to organize a "men's club."
and all the men are earnestly request
ed to be present.
Buy a home of Reiuy Bros.
Kerler Rug company, cleaners.
TrlCIty Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefs.
Wall paper, the best for the money,
at Li. 3. McCabe it Co.
IetW:illiam Johnson do your tm and
furnace work; 131G Third avenue.
Thirty-five dollars free, given awayj
j with The Argus puzzle content. See
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnats work; 152G-152S Fourth ave
nge. Hand decorated china for sale. Res-;
sons given al my studio, 522 Ninth
Thirty-five dollars free, given away
v.-ith -The Argus puzzle cuutcst. See
page 11. ;
Kindling wood $3.50 per load at the
Rock Isiaud Sand and Gravel coi ;
p-iU Old phone 605. j
For vacuum cleaning call Frank
Schnitger. All work guaranteed. Mat
tresses a specially. Old phone west !
Thirty-five dollars free, eiven away;
puzzle contest. See
, Page 11.
j The IieScta house opened under a
' new management at 2;327 Fourth
avenue. Boarders by the day or
j John Ftch'a 'adics' tailorine estab-
Iiihment has been remove' from
I812!.a Sceona avenue to the Math
Milan artesian v. atcr delivered to
any part of the city. All calls
promptly attended to. II. McAfee-,
V.'e-st 1.S4 1, Rock Island.
OH-H! MRS. CLYN HAS
WRITTEN NEW BOOK
"t .vi; f 5i
Mra. Elinor Glyn has written an
other book, which, according to
those who have read it. has some-
! thicg upon even "Three V,'eka"
j There Is a tall, elender heroine la
It, parther-Hke in her movemon-B,
i Juet like there ai in "Three
Licensed to Wed.
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if3 Lur-4'a D. Jones SV-itueM
Jllifia Edith Fhodes
, .Des Moineil
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Perfect fit and style, combined with exclusive fab
rics, give the wearer a d istinct advantage over th
man who persists in buying ready-made suits .The
cloths we handle are made only for merchant
tailors, not found in ready-made clothing. They
are pure, live-fleece wool in distinctive patterns
and are unequaled for we ar. Call and see them.
1,000 PEOPLE AT
A COLLEGE SOCIAL
Annual Faculty Welcome to
Student Body Held at the
Addresses by S. V. Seurle, J. II. Ilau.
be'g, Jr. 10. Kimlherg uiul
Over a thousand people attended the
annual faculty welcome to students 1
and friends of Auguztana college at;
Denkmann memorial library last night. !
Dr. K. F. Bartholomew, as vice prcs-i- j
dent, acied as chairman and master of !
c reinoiiies. Alter extendiug to all a
warm welcome in behalf of the school!
family, he called upon S. W. S"arh', i
who spoke upon the relation of tin.-tri-cities
to Augustana, bidding the new
students welcome in behalf of tho bu.i-1
in ess men.
talks of 'oi.i.i:ci:
J. II. Ilauljeig, represent itig the dl
rectors of the college, spoke In their j
behalf. He treated college days in an 1
optimistic manner, laying special !
stress on tlie fact of finding not only I
a vocation, but aiso an avocation. Dr.
C. E. Lindb'-rg, having the werd f.r
the faculty, cave aa address cn ih-j
pc; Hibili: ies for success which a etu
derst lias. luinrii'K out to sirlvacta-.v the
iie essity lor hu d work and d"0i
Prcif -.-sor AI-'ot Anher. ti' w hind oi'
tho violin department of the conserva
tory, made hia i'.rsi public a ppearanc.' .
before an Augustana tiadieine, aud al
thoimh he played without an aecnin
paniru' !:t. thiie heiiig in) jdai.o iu th ; ;
r: (im, he v.a.i so iithiisia.tleally 1 -ceived
t! at he was forced to rejnuid
with an encore. Both cxprcshir.n and
prt ci:;!on chiractene his .laying. The
Wurncrbe-ig c,uartet, competed o'
I'rof'-sor Peter Johnson, A. W. John
son, Tage Jorar.son and C. G. Ander 1
gnwMw u iff
si t' 5 i ; .it
on J4l-'!;W oKAtaa ;g
Are You Accumulating Money?
No matter how much money you are earriing or
how well you are living or bow ninny J. xu.ico ou
enjoy, you are actually a poor man urucss yoa are
spending less than you earn and acci!!i:ulatin(f 3.
substantial savings account at interest. Thi3
strong bank affords an ideal depository for build
ing up a savings account and piys 4 . c-r coiit in
terest, compounded semi-annually, on depoiita.
i r.-in --a t . -
U?V.' TRANSACTS A CENEPAL COVtMPC'AL, SAVT! jS,
EXCHANGE AND SAFETY DEPOSIT UUSU4tCS
I v" Pf-."jSi -r- ifiMil'r VIA'!,'!,
1812 Second Avenue.
son. made, as usual, iuie of the hits of
the e t iiing.
Ilifxro the singing of the college
song by the students, I'r. liuutav An-dree-i
was callil upon fur a i'eA re
marks. He reported -;i'd plu;,r. ill
llll llllilUN'l x i-:u r.i.
The remainder ef the evt ning was
spent in n social IP fit sln:;epts
were nerved in the alumni room on thn
first lioor f the library. It heemt d to
be the sentiment of these i reri nt that
this was one of the most Mice ful
receptions ever i'Ki ii at the col'ee.
Dr. G. A. Atidieoii. p:e n I. r:l of u
gil!.;ana college, lelniie il tr :n lloek
ford yt st -rda. ;;;.d !' or . d j ind
progicsri in the i.iim'ii, of t',e p:,i.tM
to comdy with the will of the late
Senator Ericson. Already $7.:'i.' ha.i
been stihsi-ribi il. which is very cue 1 1 1 r
::gii'g, co!is-ii. ring th ;t only a month's
lime has (veil spent iu active cum
N'. aVs market will be open Sundays
Klitii 1 1 : 1 a. 111.. Carl Mgr.
Z$ W B a V S1 V k
V, with lii;:h yr.uh;
fi clean coal at tf.
tii lowest !OSsilit
price: tor ,'i!i.rr
I?; FRAZZit CV.-L CO A,
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