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THE ttOCK ISLAND ,RGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1911.
! following morning service. Wed- i
BANK IS OPENED
! Sfsiiav pTtninir testimonial Sr-!
vice at 7:45. Reading rooms'
in the church open daily except Sue j
day from 2 to 4 p. m. The public it j
cordially invited to all service. '
Trinity Episcopal. Nineteenth t pie's meeting at C:45 p. m. Services
street and Sixth avenue Re- 'at t -.i; -. m
Sun- j United Presbyterian, Third avenue
Uranvillo h. Sherwood, rector.
flay school at 9:30 a. m.
Ices at I:3u a. m. and 10:45
and 7:30 p. m.
First Baptist H. W. Reed, pastor.
Services at 10:45 a, m. and 7.3- p. ni.
Morning subject, "The Leading of the
Christ's Words." i
Serr- and Fourteenth street. Rev. J.
Vance. iiastor. Bible school at 9:3.' a.
m. Morning service at 10:15. Young
P-rrile'5 meeting at r.-4f Kvpnin? sp.r-
z-ion sweaisn Lutheran. Forty-fifth ' vice at 7:3".
street and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J. !
rorsberg, pastor. Sunday school at
9:3 0 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
German Evangelical. Ninth street.
Beginning Today Uncle Sara.
Will Undertake to Guard I
First Methodist, corner Fifth ave-j
tixie and Nineteenth street. Rev. T E. ;
Newland, pastor. Sunday school at
Chnreh of Jesus Christ, Latter
Day Saints (Utaa Mormons). I. O ; INTEREST ON DEPOSITS
O. F. hall in London building. Sun- j
day school at 2 p. ia. Freaching j
service at 3:15 p. m. John Fr?.nk. j Two Per Cent WiU ra,d to Thoee
presiding e'eer. Who Give Money in to Keep-
tr . Fns'nrth lese'iie at fi-J5
betweenFifthandSixthavenues.Rev.jp. m. Services at 10:43 a. m. and
F. J. Rolf, pastor. Sunday school at'r-aor. m
FORTY HOURS' x DEVOTION;
ing of Government.
Services Bejrin at St. Mary's Church' Elmer Frykman. 4528 SeTentb ave
Tomrrrow. i nue. and R. C. Mitchell, clerks of the
Forty hours devotion at St. Mary's State bank, were the first and second
Catholic church. Rev. Father Adolph , depositors, respectively, in the new
will begin tomorrow postal savings bank under the direc-
-. (-i . . .J . J T . (' tl ...... 1 , 111 l. . 1U w . w - .
CJdcior. ouwiay . viv. a v- T m.MInn rff the Pn.L- I.u-j i a.
n jiu uidos ai o v i- u i..- . - loiauu uuoidl ul?ll l'
j evening at 7:30 solemn vespers and ment, which was formally opened for
v.io a. m. bt'v:cja at lo: 30 a. m. and ! pencer Memorial Methodist, corner
.J p. m. I Forty ;hird Fcieet and Seventh avenue
orace English Lutheran, cor- Rev. W. J. Leach
Tier faeven-h avenue and Forty-fourth school 9:30 a. in. Preaching at 10: 15 a
Street. Rn- Ira r Vr.tV.ctr.in . j -.on ..
Sunday school at 9:i5. Services at i"o: 0 Methodist, corner Four benediction wiltbe held with the ser-j business tcdav Mr. Prykman was an
am. and 7 :43p.m. Lmi.leaueat6-4V :euth lTe: a-d i-:h avenue Rev raon ln English by Mons:gr.eur ery early riser this morning, and when
P m. Morning svbjcrt, ! -Th Church Thl "oV s X' school Ryan Davenport Monday the postal bank window opened be had
the Salt and the Light of the World" I I V- a ,vices as 1H5 a m m0TOiS at 7 c,ock the rs mis slready Jeen waiting there for some
Eenine subier-t "The inform Mnn - i be eld aB!l at 8 'c,ock the te, determined to be the first deposi-
Hernes m or.i t.,,.- ;,..,.. "'. . ..... Jond mass. In the evening at 7: 30; tor. Mr. Mitchell
, .. . F .....i.Uv ri-e -ueiU'Jiii&i, .u.i.u avenue awi
fd mith 5C beautifully c-oiored storeop-; Fi'rnth F"ct Rv H C. Willing.
First Swedign l.uin rau, corner Four
teenth street and Fourth avttue. Ilev.
S. G. Hagglund, pasior. Services a'
10:43 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
German Lutheian, corner Twentieth
street and Fifth avtnuc. Rer. 1'h. Wil
hfclm, p.-istor. Services at 10 a. m.
Memorial Christian, corner Third
avenue and Fifteenth street. Kev. E.
i. lcarland. paster. Graded biMe -mi ru'tetntb street
f-hool at 9:0 a. rn Juiilor Chtji'ian
Endeavor at 2::. m and Senior
and Iiiterrneuiat Christian Ki;d-nor
at 6:?.f) p. m. Srvir-es at r:iZ a. in.
and 7:30 p. m.
Second Christian, comer Sixth freei
and Thirteenth nvtiue. Si-nuy
school at 9:15 a. ni.. fir., s li liih
hart. eui-fci iut -mien. Svri at
10:15 a. m.
Third ChrisiiuO, Kourtt.t-nth avenue
and Thirty-ninth birret. ucday
school at 9:30 a. m . In: J. K Nich
ols, superintendent. j . s s- !:..( i :.:
9:30 a. ni. t-eric.; l 7:: u lu.
fior. Si'.r.r'.ay school at 9:45 a. ou
services at 10: 4o a. m. a:iu :U p. m.
Wayman Atii.an M. E., cor
ner Fifth and a half avenue and Thir
tp nth street. W. H. Saunders, pastor.
?r.r ices at 11 a. n., 7:45 p. n. Preach
ty Rfv. I. X. Daiikid. Sun jay
: .: ioi f.i l.lo p. in.
Rev. H. W. Rted,
i ... tor. Sunday scuoo! at 5:30 a. m li
V r. I", at C-30 i) m Services at l'J:45
t.. in. and 7:30 p. in.
s. cc.nd liaptist, corner Tenth s.reet
mass. In the evening at tor. Mr. .Mitcnen appeared several
there will be solemn vesper and bene- minutes later and was the second de-
diction with the sermon by Father En-I positor.
rtrht of Davenport. Tuesday morning! The scheme is a new cne to the ma
mass win be said at S o'clock and in jority of people. The deposits are not
the evening at 7:30 solemn vespers i expected to be numerous for a time,
and the close of the devotion with the feat cues ok riles.
solemn Te Deum. I Vnder the law which created the nos-
lal savings bank, anyone over 10 vears
can op?n an account. The privilege is !
not accorded to any other than indi-'
First Baptist, corner Third avenue ' qqLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, j C6t win be naid on hm !
A VERY IMPRESSIVE AND BEAU-1 cne is allowed to have over $500 on!
tiful service wss held at the German ,j0pOvjt at one time. Postal savings
Lutheran church lat evening , certificates in mixed denominations of !
the 5-ith wedding anniversary of Mr. :cvt n dollars are given deuositoi-5 a!i !
ar.a .Mrs. uavia irunioii" nuiirouu
Sixth avenue Rev. J. K. Swain. atm:e. Moline was celebrated. II. W.
tcr. Services at If: no a. m. end or?t brought the venerable couple in
l. m. i.. l. i t . ai .. p. m. a-.-civ.otile to the church and they
in by the e'.ders of t!i-3
Central Prebbyteriau. coiner of
Twelfth ptreet aiid Kieen;!, aven-:. .
Rev. Marion Hun:i'ir"s. j . ior.
day school j-essicjti. !:.", :i r.i. I'.--a
services at 10:4." a. sr.. nd 7::.m j-. rn
Christian Endeavor at : :j p. a:.
Aiken 6reet chapel Ai'xc u street.
South Rock Island. Sun. lay t-cr.ooi a'
2:30 p. m. .1. 11 CI"!,;ic!. s intend-
nt emeritus. J. M. L'oi.-'t. s:i: rin
tenc'nt. I5rouuay l'-e&:;i t ri:ii!. c.rn-r of
Twenty-third street aid bec.n;h ave
nue. Rev. V. C Marquis, pastor; Rev.
W. G. Ofclevee, p.sls s uiit. B:.!- school
at 0:13 .i. in. S. rv. s a' I : 4 . m
and 7:13 p. m.
So.r.h I'aik I'rrbyt :au. corner of
Thirtieth street and Kifteeatb avenue.
in connection with Broadway Pre by
trian church. Il. v. W. G. :;! c-,
paster, l.i Me RChool ":', p- in : S. U.
Cii'l.iiil. Mi;e-i;.'- i U .'.t Vwi:.- o-
f-'Ki'i Baptist, crner Forty
rttv ' as:il Fifth i. Rev. J.
.d. L) D.. jiat-tor. fi:Me school
'; J'JS' ph Wiluier, friiperinte-tid-Services
at 10:45 a. in.. C:3" and
:" p. in. Subject for morning ser--Tie
i'oer of an T";!it'.-i
'i..-:..!. .-" : b.'ect for evi-nin-r fvr. U .
vv'lir.r Is i'eath." Cc.nitri'mion a The
,o.i-' f : morn s rvicc-.
t -.ttJish IJiipiis'. corner Twe;:ty f rst
'! t and K;."h avt-r.ue. '.I--': li. liy'n.
. pastor ' Sunday school a; 9:30 a.
i rierviccs at 10:15 a. m. and 7:45
evidences of depo.-it. Xo more than
f 100 can be deposited in a month. Tho
service is free and stricly secret.
M:ncy must remain on deposit a full
.ear betc.ro drawing interest.
church tol'owed by the relatives of the
touple The services opened with the: " ' "
singine of the 2:; p-ahn bv the church tbe name of it Kbenezer saying llith-
choir followed by the sinking 1J hath the iord helped us."' A prayer i
nf a hy:in by the eongregati'.-n. Rev. "i bsneuictiou was pronounced by'
Ph. Wilt-elm th -n addressed the brida! pastor and the services closed
cct'ide rr'.inc, as the tl ciue of hi-- re- 11 the siiiin of a hymn of piaisti;
Gold color of tleRIM
On the sacl
Let us remember that TjL
marl-s. Samuel 1:7-!C. "Thru Samuel
took a stone and when he hir! set it
-rt ren Mizyeh and Shen ant! ; r.ilou
GIRL MAKES DEBUT
Memorial Christian. Th" subject of
11 he ,U;:r
lfji n :
c: 'ind y. iit sf nc-.'
inp tiie aini'.ersa
;.! ii K v. Vr.
ti e oecasiou bo
y of t'ie ff.c-rni
." r Fu: Inn ft".-! r..s-
tcrate. Tiie ofhciul host ru ".vill meet
at I', o'cloik. In the veniuj; the
sixth of i' e "'Man to .Vh i ' s,-rios c f
strinc'iis will pi-i.-ai-h-d. The- suh
jcl is ' '. ics aha lieri'.iiii "f ti;o
Over NiIit Citi-i t'r t'ciil in
It I- Uriel s I ;(n!
:r ! ;! V
Get a t -. i . ;
boili:.1' ..;!, ar t a
Pot:- !:M" th- w:t--r a
spr.oufi 1 of u:-. ' ; :.
c-i! r 1 .
Pi t ; t.-.'.r i. -ji; c !
and cov - r i ft: i a ! - i
Croat ii t." a
a few n: i n . '
he:-d is . :. ;,
tigiit.i :-- !.' ! :..
Jt'ji a ; : ::s;.i.t
ire 1 1 li! nt- : 5 yc ...i
:acred Heart Ron.au CEtholic,
Tt' nty-e'.ihth street anr! Fifth ave-,
ate. Ktv. J. y. L ", : rr-. , j :is,t jT.
.-s-'s a- rv;f! '" 1 . ;r.
S' . Pa .1'- "l i'-'i.-'-an Catho
lic. Twenty-fourth s,tieet and Eiguth-nr.',-a-hall
avenue. .Vaas at 8 and
10 a. m. St-Eday school at 2 p m.
Vvspers at 3.
St. Mary's Pc man Catholic, cor
ner of J-'o rth ;:v' n,.o am1 Tvn.y- ;
fir,.'! stte-t I'aUer Atlol; h Gvy",
; a. Mr..--. ;.t a. :n. a:.' T :'.: p. ni.
t. .Ir.?ej b's Romau t aihol'... cor-
.;: at 7
' 'ue and Fourteenib
. T, (!;.::ii. i-T.r . Itev.
a: . as-;is-'ant. .! '.sses
:! 1 : , r. a. n . S'.n try
h i r-
cm ir ffiF r-srr . - .iw
F i ft i '
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REMEMBER THE NAME
YOU CANNOT FORGET THE
ATONE BETTER AT AM YJPXICE
NONE SO GOOD AT THE SAME PRICE
y tiie congi t gat.ou. At the couclu-:
;cn of the cervices the president of!
ta- tongiwaucn it. "W. Horst iu behalf,
oi the members ot the church present-;
ed Mr. and Mrs. Gruhl a large sum of '
n:or.ey in gold and Mrs. Gruh! v.-us pro-1
i.emed with a bouquet of yellow chry. j
santiwmums. Flowers were also on1
ti:o c:iurrh altar. Members of the
i hun h t.hva carne, forward and shower-,
ed tt e couple with congratulations and
veil wi.-J. Mr. aim Mrs. Gruhl were - , - - - - - - --
muiri d in Germany 60 years a,o yeo-: surprised their treasurer, Mrs. B. F. j enjoyed. Fancv articles were plac ed i piveu a white chrysanthemum
.eiciay ana came uirectly to this couu-; Kindred cf Davenpot who will leave on sale and there was a Japanese tea
try. Mrs. Gruhl CS ye-is ago yester-; chortiy to make her home iu Chicago, j booth and post card booth. The young
day wa.- married to her first husuand, hi behalf of her efficient work as trea-! ladies were dressed in Japanese cos
Cnai'.cs S eiiinti in Germany wuo died uifr of the auxiliary lor the past two tumes and the church was decorated
Ih a. s a;.t r. vtars the was presented with a token. ! in Japanese lanterns. They cleared
ifeeial !ii!uica reside in the twin- Twenty-five of the ladies were present , $1$ from the gale of articles and
cities while, othtrs still remain in tha and enjoyed a social time and refresh- i lunch,
taihenanu. There are 22 grandchil-' ment were served. I .
die u au i 17 g. eat grandchildren. Mrs. GRACE LADIES MEET.
c.rui.i win ce.trbrate her &-th onthuay BUSY WORKERS ELECT.
T1 "i I i - ;h, l.'irii iiii t iriinv. q,. V it a -in.- PTik1' Tir-TT t en .
i ui i-ill ia uit n pui. ici ui in a' c ijii
AT TiiE NOVEMBER MEETING
favor. Mrs. Hokinson was the recip
ient of many pretty gifts.
QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE.
THE QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE OF
the First Methodist church will meet
Monday evening with Miss Netlie Phil
brook. f24 Fourteenth and a half
Mr. Grt'iil was :.; Get ;. Both are well ni nt ut i i-...n nt Mr mid Mrs i it
and possess, their full teculties. It was . Johnson. CO Forty-third tttrtet, the i theran church held yesterday after
only last year that Mr. Gruhl retired Bi;?v Workers' class of Memorial ! noon Rt the home of Mrs- Mary John
from active work, having oeea em- Chri- tian church named W. B. Stine ! 8n- 62'' Forty-second streeL the ladles
pioru by the Moiice P.o v company, for teacher pnd elected the following : vottrJ niorH tods the runnins
duriug the last Vi tirs. For 17 vears ofr,t rrj.- . j expenses of the church. With the
All the nws all vne time The Argui
PresideiU Mrs. E. M. Wright.
Vice President Mrs. W. B. Stine.
Secretary Mrs. Ira Smith.
As.-isiant Secretary Mrs. Noda Wil-
money s ubscribed ye"terday tiie mem- i
bers have given $20' this year towards j
the support of the chutch. Plans were
conipleted for the church supper to be
given at Knights of Fjthia-, hall, in
Moline r.ext Thursday evening. The
business ses-sion was followed by lunch
and a social hour.
One of the most beautiful ori:n
in the yuuiifiT fet of W'usl.ingtun fu
Cieiy. sad One who is to make r.er
debut eariy this seas n. Is Miss i.
H !..'ry. daughter of Jjdjje l.'l.u.a.
previo us to t li it he worked in the,
li-ere anu Mutisur corn-p.-anter fac-:
tory. io.loui.is the -ervices at the:
, ch-r.?h the od ic Oi.de were taken by'
automobile to me home of Mrs. J. H. hitc
Paj.ciliansen on Mailroad avenue Mo-! Treasurer Mrs. Frank Graves,
hue mIiitj rt iei-eption 'o the mem-' recorder Mrs. Harry Miller.
i lus ot th.? fauii.y was held. The ven-. Following the business meeting re
eiable counie was. hi-ihiv tdeased with frpshmerits wer nrved hv the hosts.
the recci t.on t.n.rnd them and con- ' HOSTESS AT BIRTHDAY PARTY,
.-lkie- it a genuine p'ejsirr (o meet BAPTIST MISSION SOCIETY. MRS. ELIZA BOYNTON AT HEll
their oid ' kacis at the cluivh. j THE WOMAN s MISSIONARY SO-; home, 101! Nineteenth street, last eve- j
Uiety of the First Baptist church was j ning entertained a company of friend. I
1 ANNOUNCE CCMiNQ WEDDING. entertained at the home of Mrs. Phil in honor of the birthday anniversary I
TiiE APi-ilO.C'HiNJ MARRIAGE Wagner, 610 Eleventh street, yester-of Mi6s Mary Bailey, he hootess had;
'of Ficunce Giave Robb, datigh- day afternoon. "Cuba as a Miseion decorated the home with yellow chry-;
;v i Mr. a:i1 .'.its. William Robb of Fieid ' was the topic for the after-1 santhemums and the company enjoyed .'
;... Fes ty-filth street. Rock Island, and noon and Miss Al.vllda Young was the' pleasant evening. j
L ofamg Aaas r
.laiw-s R. Givrns ot Kansas City, Mo.. Kcder. Papers on the topic were given
.. 3 . - ... v f - ... i . r t r". 1 1. i.. 1I.H f - '- . . . '
i' a: i.cu cvcj iu laKt piate -mjv. j at u ;i 1 1. j. r . uuviuilh, .iia. nuucn
the ho.ar- of the bride's parents, the Hci'maa, Mrs. W. H. Keeley, Mrs. J.
ceienicny to te solemnized at 4 in the L. Hickey, Mrs. Phil Wagner, and
af 'tnron. Rev. T. E Newland of the Mrs. Belle Jones. Mrs. Kingsbury gave
Firs. . iho-'i.n church oSiciating. Only an interesting report of the women's
A NUMBER OF YOUNG PEOPLE
gathered at the new home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Dunsmore of Rock IslaDl
Thursday evening, the girls being
f . tai
3 ' .
r3 H P M
J O Krb.
v-uiute icia iv s ere to witness the state convention in connection with j mostly from the Fisk & Loosley com-
on tne eves.
nay be romantic - but it's hard
If your ch;
ha e uood
'dren study at niq:ht sure they
BE CAREFUL WHAT
YOU TAKE FOR COLDS
Eliminate the eye strain or they will be
come "four-eyed" spectacle wearers:
and steady, never strains
: c remruiy. i n 1 there will be no attend- the Eaptist Northern convention ueid
i.r.ts the wedding to be a yellow and at Elgin. The program was followed
hi:e c flair. After a trip to Chicago, by a social hour and the hostess serv
ihe briial couple will go directiy to , ed refreshments.
Kansas City, where a new home is in !
icadiness. Mr. Civens is assistant CLASS HAS SUCCESSFUL SALE,
manager of the M. C. Lilley Regalia ' MRS. W. G. OG LEVEE'S CLASS
Manufacturing company there, and is, of girI5 of South Park chapel last eve
p pi e minent business man of that city, j nS held a sale and supper at the
He is a graduate of the law depart- j South Park chapel. The attendance
mer.t of the Kansas State univeisity, as very gooa ana tne evening mucn
pnd for a year and a half practiced
later becoming connected with the
M. C. Lilley company. Miss Robb is
a graduate of the Rock Island high
srhcol. later attending the Gustus Bus
iness collet-e in Moline. She has for
the past few years been employed at
the C. B. & Q. office in Kansas City,
ie'uruing tc her home recently.
SHOWER FOR MISS JOHNSTON. !
MRS. C. F. TAMS AND MISS JEN
nle Wining entertained at the
former's home, 928 Fourteenth street
Thursday evening in honor of Miss
Pearl Johnston, a bride of this fall.
The occasion was a linen shower. The
parlors were prettily decorated in
hearts nnd cupids while in the uining
room the wedding colors, yellow and
white were carried out. In the game
contest prizes were awarded to the
Misses Faye Hough, Margaret Allen,
and Mary Snyder. During the evening
a three-course luncheon w-as served
coers being laid for IS. The favors
were yeilo v and white baskets, filled ,cijt nae had 50 years of suece as a;
with candy. j ionic nj t. dy builuer fcr hea'inKi
j throat :Cti lungs and In the treac-j
AUXILIARY SURPRISED OFFICER. vent of cite and cold. Fafl:;r
THE LADIES AUXILIARY OF THE, trhn's Vi Tjc,n is a doctor's pre-!
Machinists at their meeting at Indus-; s riptic u .rft and whole-some.
trial borne hall yesterday afternoon 1 Guvacic to.
I any, Moline, where Mrs. Dunsmore,
who was formerly Miss Anna Price,
was employed before her marriage.
The affair was an entire surprise and
was greatly enjoyed by every one. A
delicious luncheon was served late in
TEN TWIN-CITY FRIENDS HELP
ed to celebrate the birthday anniver
sary of Mrs. Axel Hokinson of South
Roclt Island at her home Thursday af
ternoon. A most enjoyable afternoon
was spent and a delicious luncheon I
served at a table decorated with a
beautiful bouquet of yellow and white
chrysanthemums, and each guest was
How is Your
These frosty days should re
mind you that you need us.
We need you for customers.
Better see to it now, that you
have enough coal to take care
of all emergencies. A sudden
blizzard might cause you some
discomfort. Our yards are
well stocked. Your order to
day would be appreciated.
Rockwell Ice S Fuel Co.
125 Twentieth Street.
Old phone "!.
t r r.y. fix- vv I
The danger in
from the stim
ulants and j
many of them
depend on for
r a r y effects.
Because it is
free from alco
GOODYEAR WELT MACHINERY
We have the Iet piiiippd shoe rep.-.ir .Ii'p in the fily. We call
fcr and deliver.
MODERN SHOE REPAIR WORKS
Phone 7-M-K. .527 Scenteeiilh Stre.