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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1911.
COMES TQ CLOSE
Methodists End Four Day Cele
bration of 7 5th Birthday
of the Church.
ONE HUNDRED' AND TWO OF UNCLE SAM'S
SEA FIGHTERS GATHER FOR DIG REVIEW
FORMER MEMBERS HERE
-Many Pastors and Workers of Tast
IJetiirn to Join in Making
Met inn a Sue.t.
The doelng service of the Metho
dist's diamond j mil- last evening, :
va in the nature of a fraternal meet-'
ing. Ir. It. C. Pc-arce, formerly a min-'
iMer of the church, spoke of the work '
during his early pastorate and express-,
ed hie gratitude in being able to be
j. resent. Dr. Marquis of the Broadway
f 'reFb terian (hunh t ;.:: bore greet
ings in be!. ail of the neighbor churches
and a president j! the Ministerial al
liance. I)r R. B. Williams, spoke in
his characteristic happy vein. Bishop
Mclr.tvre expressed greetings from
outsdde Methodism, and by s-pectal re
fjueht, gave an excerpt from his a
itiOUR lei fire " ButToned-up People ,
which was without doubt one of tL
finest bits of word painting ever eon-
eived A special musical program was
arranged for both morning ar-l eve
ning services yeMt-idav. the "!lym:i S.-cilienn-''
as rendered by a trio. Mrs. .).
F. Robinson, orsan, Mr:-. H. E. Van
DiiBer. cornet and Mrs F. K. Khoades.
1 piano, being except iorally fitie.
UK Ml MM t: 41l HIMI.
Safirday afternoon whs given over
to remini.-' t-nco.-. Among tho-e wlio
spoke were .1. T Softener. .1. I.. i'ree
man. Hon W illiam .lauson. and Rev.
I. S. Cum mines, of the Second Metho
dist ( hurch Mo'ire. The mem her, o!
the Methodist congregation are jn-d-lant
over the succet, of their anniver
sary celebration. It has reen a great
time in the history o! the church and
the diamond jn:iiee ha.- Ween as un-
inali"ed .-u'cess. from e.-r; :a::d
jfoi n ' .
"An airiiostie is a man who Knows
nothing about net! mi;," saul I'.ish'Jji
Roiiett Mr lntvrc o S' (';. :!. in tin- ju
bilee .-itiion delivered at the morning
services at the i-'.i.' '.!! i.olv t i ii.n i.
estcrda. "He i: ( U'inT with the
rim kno !. ii i,;f ' "I he i . !..:. was btt
ti r in his deni, ne.al ion ot th.s i ia.is.
and mimed i.e words !. . pi e-sine his
viewt. on the y':bj'! t. Wi. :i the hl.-hop
arose to speai,. the oi ;.uun ri mil was
tilled to capui it iti t.. a.- his mam
theme. "The 1 ";i .!.-1 1 . i of Cod ' and '
i li'isc his text fro r. ti e il'li c hapter ot
i.uke. "Wlien ou prav. say 'Our
Father' " H s-aid in part. "When
Ianiel Wi lbur w;,-- as'-cd on one oc
casion the irre.i' .-! thoi-gh' w Inch had
eer entertd iiis mind ho replied. 'M
IiTPonal res j.ot;5 : bi lit torjod.' There
is a greater thought bach of that, for
a man's persona!
in!y ot! his r ia
will a! I 1; e w ir
'1 i.rst ion - W ha t
eg. the Apnoi-'ii
w 1 1 fri;t i i i;h n: i:n.
The live i'ii( M s re then taken
up and tb-alt with '(;. :;r ! . Tie
bishofi hro':'-i:t out ;t . putt tl.af
ture was only a .-ervant ot .o!. and
thertff re could L- e inly u .-i i;int -x
lew Muses, as a repi e-cii! :;, . ,,f
the la v vss a nuest t tiu. :i X'
' " ' 1
r . O ;-;
CJ f I I Arl
be a Japans ta table, where sueata
may taka boano their cups sa aouvca j
ir. Tbert will alto b a postal card I
1 table and a cacdy table. j
Prayer service In the chajel Tues-
day at 7:30 p. m.
German Methodist. Quarterly j
i meeting Sunday, Nov. 5. at the;
i church, conducted by the district sup
erintendent. Dr. F. L.. Mahle. of Peoria,-
The revival meeting will continue)
jthroueh this week at the church; the!
: interest is iucreas inr. ;
j Spencer Memorial The Bible study
j class w ill meet tomorrow night,
j Prayer service will be held Wednes-
Thursday afternoon tbe Ladies"
; monthly coSfee will be heid at the i
: home of Mrs. Earl MahaJfy, 923 Forty
i third street.
Choir rehearsal Friday evening.
Oapt . Wi'l I i a rvxfi..
Memorial Christian The Christian
Endeavor society will meet tonight at
the church aud afterwards will be tbe
guebts of the Misses Graves. Tbe af
fair will be in the nature of a surprise
Hallowe'en party, the place for the
meeting being as yet a dark secret.
Wednesday evening prayer service
will be led by A. Blagkhall.
The Indies' Aid society will meet
Thursday afternoon at the church.
Friday evening the choir will re
hearse and the Busy Bee class will
hold a social and business meeting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. John
son, COG Forty-first street.
' Second Christian Mission Preach-
' in4j service will be held tonight and to- j
morrow night at the chapel and Thurs
day night there will be an entertain
one hundred and two vessels of the United States Navy, gathered
i:i the Hudson River, are to be reviewed November 1 by Secretary of
tre Navy Mejer. As they anchored upon their arrival, the flagship
Connecticut was first In the lint? of the vast armada, which, with Its
total tonnage of 577.255. will stretch its length for nine miles along the
r'.v-r on review day. Plans fur the review fk Include races between
, rLk ciit'fr crews of the f!e-t. and u root tall match between the Con
n; ct'.cut's and Idaho's elevens for the ;.a.vy championship.
Trinity Episcopal Tuesday
wcnian's auxiliarv will meet at
named as the real witness with a true
knowl.-Jep r.f r;od. Bishop Melntyre 1.5
a wonderful speaker His word p:ii; -ii
. it;-;p -:y and ori'-'ory ar' ni' ii as
to :';sc:i',at" and -rasp hi.- auditor-,
hohirv.f their attention throughout. He
rectory at 3 p. m. Dorcas guild will
meet at the rectory at 3:30 p. m. j
Wednesday, All Saints day. Cele-i
brations of the holy communion at j
7 and 1" a. m. Triuitv guild will meet!
with Mrs. F. B. Haves, 71S Seven-'
; toe nth street at 11:30 p. m.
sale on Friday afternoon. Nov. be-, L , ru,
..... . . vpstrv will he held at the rec-torv at 8
EMimnt; at o c;o K at tne nome or -- - -----
;rs. 11. P. Cable, ! 1 s Second ave-
Siemon wants ycur tin arid
work; lDi;t!-lDS Fourth ave-
outiced in lr
es i;i ailirc whit'
v ! e w 5
Buy a home of Reliiy Bros.
Kerler Rug company, cleaners.
TrICity Towel Supply company.
For express, 'a!! Speiic- Sc. Treti
C. .1. Smith has returned afur a
biisin.s isit to l.iiuoin. Neb.
Iet William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work; 131f. Third avenue.
The l8dies of the Central Presby
terian church will hold an A. B. C.
The R ck Island roller skatir.u rinl
will open "';nesday evening. Nov. 1
'j ( r thit:tt new. 15: band t-oncort.
P. m. there wni be a service in tne i
c hiirch Thursday evening at o'clockl
for the deaf-mutes of the three cities,;
conducted by the church's missionary,!
the Rev. George F. Flick of Chicago. J
Friday morning prayer at 0:30. !
Vote Yes-High License
Do you need your instructions how to vote from people
who wish to pocket that $36,000 additional revenue which lew
license speakers claim would come to your city under HIGH
in favor of low
Why are the McCaskrins both speaking
license and subscribing for a LIVE TOWN?
Do you want that kind of LIVE town?
Will not the brewers, who now own and control a large
majority of our saloons, including some of the most vile and
dirty dives in the city think twice before putting up an addi
tional $30,000 in licenses and placing in charge some of the
irresponsible Tom, Dick and Harrys now running these places?
Which side is interested in your welfare and which in
their own personal profits?
High License Means
Less dives, additional revenues to be used for your bene
fit, a cleaner and more prosperous city, not ALIVE in the
sense one low license speaker states. We had that kind of a
live town a year ago to our shame, forbid the return to such
LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE
F. K. RHOADS, Secretary
Grace Lutheran Church. The Iad-
Aid society will hold a coffee Tuesday.
ttend Court of Honordar.ee at Res- afternoon and evening at the home of
Is t"ne World Growing Better?
-Many lunigs go 10 prove wiai u i
The way thousands are trying to help j
iin's hail, Thursday
Admission !" cents.
We are the exdu.-ive
cel.-bra'ed New- Hume :-
T. Richter Ar Sc us. !".!
end street, D;i enport, Iowa.
Wall pat'r and hanging cheaper at
i'.ro'en. an's fh.ui any v. here. New loca
tion, Sevelite nth street. Also var
nishes, pain's and painting. Phone
evening, Nov. '1.
Blcut r s orches-
;igent for the
1Z Wo.-t Sttc-
-i' lb' v is fixed
::-'; w ii h ' ;od. I
s'-s to i. 'iswer the
i .oii ' Nature. M's
Sitan and .lesi..-
chr xllrrk in thr (i (Thnrrlirs
South Park Chapel. The Juniors
w ill meet Tue-day at 4 : 15 p. m. at the
chap 1 and g in a iiudv trotn tluie to
I i S e ! 1
.f M -
Friday a' tciuroon
.ir.-z a 4 o eioc;;.
. a i " r" ;: b.t :
iu iim a':" i
' a :; s :; 1 1 a Ti
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The Endowment Fund society will
meet Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. .1. Hasselcjuist, 3127
: Ni.i'h-auii ul hail' avenue.
; The Couiir'nat ion (lass will meet
'lhursilav evening at 7 o'clock and the
boa i d of lea cons w il; meet on ihe
same evening an hour later.
Tlie Ladies' Aid i-oeiety will meet
Fiiuay afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Vary Johnson, ''-'. Forty-second street.
The trustess will meet Friday eve
iiirif at the home of .1. E. Bodine, ",:
Foi ty-tirst street.
rirot Baptist Tomorrow evening
tiie Youim People s Bible claas vviil
give a Hiilicjwe'en sociable at the home
n Miss Ellen Freed, f'HiJ Sovenfentii
i others !s proof. Among them is Mrs.
W". W. Could of Pitlslield. N. 11. Find-
from under him, throwing hhn heavily
As he attempted to rise we threw hiiu
again and repeated the maneuver until
exhaustion necessitated his capitula
lion. But his surrender was only tein-
t,rii-ru- I. , r.j-k .r.-.. eini.ih o . : nornrr I- or thrpA venria ire trien to
: hirenlr him nsini ersri nrftfice linnvrn . lnS gOOU
to us. A6 quickly as one man gave up I ' 1 r cuc "w,
the task another would trv to con. j ferers everywhere to take them. r'For
quer him. but every time a human ' 'ars I suffered with stomach and kid
beiug approached or tried to bridle ! r v trouble," he w rites. "Every medi
or saddle bim he would bite t Iciously. fine I used faih d till I took Electric
while his eyes, protruding from the i Bitters. But this great remedy helped
sockets, blazed fiery red with bate. As me wonderfully." They'll help any wo
tbe cinch was drawn tight the outlaw, man. They're the best tonic and fin
if upon his feet, invariably reared est liver and kidney remedy that's
I made. Try them.
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You'll see. 50 centH
All the news all the time The
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Do Results Count? See
Argus November 1.
A CONSER I 'A ! I V-J MODEL
mcunt uiii 'or l
could ciiiv giv
his host The a
as a nonentity. ;
ing about notiin
knowledge i .
a i ,.. . ., t!
.v h:eh ' m I
heart. v !: i.,-
I.,HS. i' !
i v ' -' s i. r.'
:n ust .' i s u .
i n.a n w ;: i ::
it. a I.. i ! w hi
! : . e 1 i
.'.-day eveuiing at prayer
iivi iiiii I meiting wiW h" held
; :ralay .-i hoid teachers i.ieer
: i iie lichl.at :
a ' i-r:.(;i. n ;;t o'clock the
M issiiuia .-ocivty nil! meet
lis. pi ll W.nm r. bin Ele .eiitli
The topic . ill he "I'uiia as a
t; i-'i. ' i."
straight up. poised upon his hind legs,
then hurled himself backward to the
ground. We always mounted him!
while he was tied down, and to 'stay' !
after he gained his feet called for
tioc which boiled a day's work into ;
thirty minutes of struggle.
"His end was tragic as bis career. In j
making an attempt at escape by jump- i
ing otit of n stockade corral he mi, j
judged the distance and became im
paled on a jagged post, and a 44 was
turned loose upon him to end his suf- j
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German Lutheran. (let man confir
al leu i !as in-. t en Moi day, W'eti-I'-cay
if tid Fr:dav a"tei .coous, at 3:3U
i '. I I: " O
-ii ci;..-s .,a Tuesday a':d
ii.' j:ite: !io':-; ;.' o'clock.
!:ev' society meets at the
Mrs. W. Kmc tn', lln Sixtii
i e 'iuc-day afternoon,
iica.d n; etir.g on We'iucsda ,
i i: u n ii c
? ;..n .. ill tne,
lia- i 'Mil;;
ii.; on Friday
Mtnsns the Seat of Learning.
It may be said unhesitaiiniriy thut
th country which has produced the'
greatest men In literature and pliiioi
oohy, art and architecture is Crce'-e
In the little state of Aft Ic.i -not much
larger (ban Greater New York- true
ci vilit.ition and all that g"cs along
v.itii it were born. All that has been
clone sine the "epe of Pericles" v"
been simply the carrying out of the
ideas, principle aril methnds Hii.l
down by the men who won Marathon
all rl ifitumt TttQtAQ inrl ft-cnt lint
ton. a high authority, d.a not hesitat that goes deep after every
to say that Athens ami the iiti'o state hidden impurity end germ.
oi wiiicd ii ws ine e-npiiai jiro'iu- eo,
mure flr--t class lntelicts than h.ne
since l,eeti produced by all the wnr'i1
put together. New York American.
If you could seo your i
dishes and household;
utensils through a micro
scope you vould realize
that mere noap and water
are insufficient todo more
than wash off the surface.
Gc!d DllSt not only cuts dirt
gnd grease v;h sc;rccly any
rubbing, but is nn antiseptic
Presbytsriat. The ses-
t in the i -h .it-eii ollice Mon
. 1 opie asbocia'ion will
ei sun '" :"-d Hallowe'en
the Sunday hool room
er.in, heginuitig at 7
:r pi ayer s
.- iaj at 7:"'i
l i e ;...! . s'
iffee Frida.- u
)ii me of r
" tub a enue
i rvi. e will be held Wed
Aid society will give a
f'tinw):i from to a
Irs. A. H. Wood. 3";:7
r: j e .
f r a
Frr.i r ha'? ate far!..
d jf i::-s-.-:,l.;:c !. ps of velvet or other
J-'it.ih f..ir:c of:ei. being wj. ed ard used
I ere ne ; on "he top of ifte hat.
r..e ::.;; pic.urt . a young glri'- hat fa
t..e :r. .'.". but hirts at 'he use of the tall
i . :s hat ts a purp f-l- model Trlrr.mej w;-h
"p 1 1 . r beir z r.v. rid with the plus i. bfw" 1
ep L : r. : -jrrargtd at t'e side
e with their trer.ieu
;. a yard or more of
.rnei lion, wnich la
moderate a.d "onse va
Ixp of fabric referred
gre:i hatter's rluz'-i
ith one 6t..7 upr:ga:
WOULDN'T EE TAMED. 1
Znd of m Wdd Stallion That Resented i
th Touch of Man. j
In "Mustangs. Busters and Outlaws!
of the Nevada Wi'd Ilorne Country." la
the Ameriiau M:.saz:ne. Rufus Steele
write- of the capture of a splendid
wild stallion that hrd long elnded cap :
ture. He was an "outlaw." Writes i
"t'liti! we saddled him we did not
rcrilze hi? desperation. W fastpned
the riata to his froDt feet. When he
rled to run away we Jerked fcl feet
Rise and Fall.
A boy was driving a Ion? n rnnd In
'eland a donkey and cart which be
longed to his widowed mother when
I.e was accosted by a snobbish voting
man. who. wishing to impress his clev
erness upon a yoting lady who accom
panied him, said, "Watch me take a
rise out of this boy."
He (shouted to the boy, "I say. do
you think your mother would sell nie
The boy took a good look at him and
answed. "Do you think your mother
could keep two?"
The smnrt yoimjr man didn't laugh,
but the yonnc lady did.
Cold Dust sterilizes your
kitchen things, and makes,
them wholesome and sanitary.
Gold Dust is the greatest
will advance in price Nov.
1. Place your orders
with us now and save the
advance. We meet all
combination offers made
in club list3 and in many
cases can do better by
you than sending orders
direct. If you have not
one of our magazine cat
alogues ask for one.
Place your Xmas orders
with us now.
17W Third Avenue.
Gold Dust is
sold in 6C size
and large pack
ages. The largn
318 Twenty-second St.
Express service and haul )j
ing of All Kinds. !;
"Ltt th COLD DUST TWINS Jo your toork"
Call West 981.
C. H. THORNHILL
On the question of increasing the
saloon license from $600 to $1,000
and (SI, COO. 00) Dcllars per year, be adopted?"
8our on the Eights.
"Eight cent postage stamps are boo
doos." said a postal official. "None of
the mall ofSce baudle them if they
can help it. It's this way: They are
just a wee shade different in color
from the- ones, and it is no infrequent
thins for a stamp clerk In a hurry to
Land out a lot of eight when ones
are asked and paid for. It always
costs him 7 cents a 1imp when he
does It. The clerk here the other day
during the rush hour, when the offices
are closinj. was called upoa for a dol
lar's worth of ones. He handed ont a
hundred eight Instead. Cost him $7.
Then be trot rid of all the ret of the
eights, and now he wont have any
thing to do with eights even says
eaten' instead of 'ate. "New York;
The plaant purgative effect experi
enced by all who use Chamberlain"?
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the
healthy condition of the body and mid
which they create, makes one feel joy
ful. Sold by all druggists.
Ik Onaick Loaim
Is often a necessity. We can arrange a loan
upon an hour's notice . The services will be
quick, quiet and polite rates and terms con
sistent with justice. If you need a quick loan
phone West 122 or call on.
Mutual Loan Company
Peop!o3 National Bank Building.
Op'-u tdnebday aiid Saturday evening
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