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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1912.
IN A CITY RALLY
Two Weeks' Membership Cam
paign Planned to Begin
45 MEETINGS TO BE HELD
Scrvicea to Be Conducted Iiiih
Xiglit, Excnpt Saturday, aX
Beginning next Sunday evening
the pastors of various churches will
begin tn evangelistic membership
campaign which will continue
through two we.'ks. with services
each night during ttw; week with the
exception of Saturday. Services will
Presbyterian, First Baptist. South
Park chapel, Edgewood Baptist.
Thursday, Jan. 25. Broadway
Presbyterian, Memorial Christian, j
South Park chapel. Spencer Memor-j
ial M. E. J
Friday, Jan. 26. Broadway Pres-i
byterlan. Memorial Christian, South:
Park chapel. Spencer Memorial ;
6unday, Jan. 18. FTrst Methc-;
diet. Memorial Christian, South Park
chapel, Spencer Memorial M. E.
ilM'tl. PRAYER SERVICE. I
The annual prayer service of the
Missionary Social union will be held
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the Y. M. C. A. parlors. Mrs. Wil
liam McLane Stewart, the president,;
will be the leader of the service, and ,
the topic will be "Prayer for World-'
Wide Missions." Representatives ofi
the Tarlous churches, as members of
the union, will discuss the needs for
prayer for both foreign and home'
missions. Musical numbers have
been arranged as part of the pro-
M l 1I1.I.I.I.I1.1.1.I.I.I.1.I.T.I7I
gram. The Missionary Social union
be held in four dtfferent sections of is composed f ladies from the dlf-:
the city and In all there will be 4 5 ferent churche of the city who have,
rowiiigs held. The patore will banded together for the furtherance!
preach ehort sermon at these meet-'of missions and social welfare J
Ings and earn one will be at a dlf- among the church members. Three
ferent place each night. The pas- meetings are held during the year,'
tors tiof.e ry this means to arouse , two Dusinesa ana social meetings ana
Interest in church work and to bring
tnto the church many who are now
not members. The places and dates
cf ho1d!ng the nervReg are:
Pnnday. Jan. 14. First Metho- of 'The
(list. First Baptist. Edgewood Bap
tist. South Park chapel.
Monday, Jan. 15. First Metho
itst, Edge-wood Bepttet.
Taoaday, Jan. 1 fi. Ftrrt Metbo
dlrt. Edpfwood Bap tint.
Wednrd:iy, Jan. 17. Broadway
Prabjterlnn, I'r.itnd Presbyterian,
Edeood Rapt tat.
Thursday. .iHn. IS. Broadway
Prelyterian, Hulled Presbyterian,
Sprcpr Memorial M. E.
Friday. Jon. 1. Broedway
Presbyterian, Memorial Christian,
Spnrf"r Memorial M. E.
Sunday, Jan. 21. Broadway
Presbyt'-rrnn, Memorial Christian,
f-'otith Pu'k fhail, Spencer Memor
ial M. E.
Monday, Jnn. 2 2. Fimt Metho
dist, Firwt Hupthtt. South Park chap
rl, Edrewood Baptist.
Turdny. Jan. 2;". First Metho
dist. Firt-t !.:tj't:st. South Park chap
el, Edrewoml I'.Hptlst.
Wednesday, Jan. 24. Broadway
one prayer service. !
JMER.IB.1 OF IX trTTREl
Under the union's auspices, Mrs.
D. B. Wells of Chicago, the author
Conservation of National
Ideals. will begin a series of six
lectures. A lecture will be given :
each afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30'
in the parlors of Broadw ay Presby
terian church, beginning Feb. 12,
and continuing through the week. ,
For the series of six lectures a fee
of 2.r cents will be charged In or-;
der to meet the expenses which the
union will bear In bringing Mrs.
Wells here. She will talk on her
book, "The Conservation of National
Ideals," as a home mission topic, and
for the foreign mission subject she
will discuss the book. "The Light of
the World," by Robert Speer. Mrs.
Wells Is a speaker of national repu
tation and has been sent out as a
lecturer for the Interdenominational
study committee of missions. She is'
Tomorrow is the last day of
our 20 Cash Discount Sale
YOUR LAST CHANCE TO GET THE BENEFIT OF
, ,,1.,,.' . . 1 ifi .i. ii.J.1Uo
Our first sale of the New Year has
been a decided success, in fact, it has
attracted more people, been more
quoted, more talked about in the
homes than any sale we know of.
Our experience in former sales of
this kind has been that the last day is
one of the busiest and tomorrow will
be no exception.
Do not miss this final opportunity
to get the benefit of ONEFIFTH off
on things needed now or later.
No purchases will be charged at
evening at T : 30, with the exception of
Grace Lutheran The Forward so-
Muscatine with the runaway and she
is back in her home again.
full of her subject and has the happy cipty nieet at tne norae of jiiS8
Amelia Mortenson, 141 Fifth avenue,
Moline, this evening.
The annual congregational meeting
will be held at the church Tuesday
evening at 7:30.
The confirmation class will meet
Wednesday evening at 7.30.
faculty of telling what she has to
say in an entertaining, concise and
clear way. While In the city Mrs.
Welts will be the guest of Mrs. W.
She Iflrrk in the (City (Eljurrljrs
Memorial Cr.ri.tian. The busy
Workers' ius will bold a home bak
ery sale at Harry Orman 8 shoe btore
on Seventeenth street, Saturday after
noon. The members of the clans ask
that a!l the ladies of the church who
care to donate home oakery goods for
the sale ran do bo and that, they will
be thankfully received.
German Evangelical. The Young
People's society will meet this even
ing in monthly session at the church.
Thursday . evt-uing the Younj?
People's society will give an entertain
nwnt at Turner hall.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
First Swedish Lutheran. The week
of prayer will be olaserved with
wnr!ce each rvenim; except Saturday.
The confirmation class will meet
Tuesday aftemoou at 3:r.O, Thursday
afternoon at 3 CO and Saturday at 2
South Park Presbyterian The Jun
ior us.'tx-Ui M)ti will iiKft Tuesday eve
ning at 7 :''.
The Woruvn's jruild will have a work
meeting Thuraday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Mary Lou?, 20"0, Thir
Spencer Memorial Methodist. The
Queen Kiltn-r circle will meet this
cvenlus; lit the Inline of Mis lYarl Sa
vllle, n:'.2 Sixth avenue.
The lulle study cla.--j will meet to
wonnw cveuii.j; at the church.
eduesday ev nmg prayer sor-vid-s
will he held in the church.
Following the praer wrvice there will
receding toe, broad shack and
low heel effect. Has been ac
cepted by more of the leaders
cf stvlo ihau any other shoe of
its character and is splendidly
suited for present wear.
be meeting of the official board.
Thursday afternoon the Woman's
Home Mission society will meet with
Mrs. Andrew Olson, 4j03 Eighth
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Services will be held morning and
evening next Sunday.
Broadway Presbyterian Week of
prayer services will be held each even
ing this week at 7:30 with the excep
tion of Saturday evening.
The Helen Mills circle will meet at
the bome of Mi.s Hazel Dooley, 4434
Seventh avenue, Tuesday afternoon.
Ruth's band will meet with Miss
Blakemore, 810 Nineteenth street,
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The women's prayer and study hour
will be held "Wednesday afternoon at
The Junior association will meet
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Choir rehearsal will be held Thurs
day evening at 7:30 at the home of
Ir. W. S. Marquis.
Central Presbyterian. This evening
at 7:30 the teachers and officers of
the Sunday school will hold their
monthly business meeting at the home
of Mibs Ada Hemenway, 1108 Nine
Wednesday evening at 7:30 the mid
week biljle reading and devotional
hour will be heJd at tht chapel.
Friday afternoon at 2:30 the Mission
study class will meet at the home of
Mrs. W. J. Bliesener, 1125 Fourteenth
street. The day cf meeting is
changed from Thursday to Friday that
the hour may not conflict with the
meeting of the Missionary Social un-
United Presbyterian The session
will meet this evening at the parson
age. The Kate Hill Mission society
will meet tomorrow evening at the
home of the Misses Moller, mO Fifth
Wednesday evening the Brother
hood will meet at the chrch and the
Woman's Mission society will meet at
the home of Mrs. H. Andrews, Sll Fif
Thursday and Friday evening at
7:30 the week of prayer will be ob
served with seriees at the church.
First Methodist. The official board
will meet this evening at 7:30 at the
The daughters of the Covenant will
ir.tet with Mra. W. M. Hodgson, 1111
Sixteenth street, this evening at 7:30.
Midweek prayer services will be
held In the church Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
The King's Heralds will meet with
Miss Edna Currry, VC Twenty-third
street, Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
2ion Lutheran The Men's society
will meet with Justus Johnson, 1128
Third street, Moline, tomorrow even
ing. Wednesday evening the weekly
prayer services will be held at the
home of Mrs. L. M. Seaburg, 4403
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 the In
dies' Sewing society will meet at the
home of Mr3. C E. Nelson on Thirty
Friday evening at 7 the confirma
tion class will meet in the church.
Aiken Street Chapel. The Ladies'
Sowing society -will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs.
F. J. Tonn, 923 Aiken street.
At Y. M. C. A.
Overshoes at Dolly Bros.
Buy a home of ReWy Bros.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefa.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work; 1316 Third avenue.
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lit
ten & Roberts, Peoples National
Card party and dance et Woodmen
hall. South Rock Island, Thursday,
Jan. 11. Admission 16 cents.
A. W. Salzmann established a rec
ord for bowling in an ordinary match
in the new alleys of the Rock Island
club Saturday night when he set the
mark at 254.
Yesterday was Christmas for the
2.000 or more Creeks in the three
cities and a considerable number of
them gathered in Moline to attend
A sister of Haael Wiegand, the girl
who ran away from her father's
home at the lower lock on Hennepin
canal, returned last evening from
A fine crowd of boys attended the
meeting of the B. G. M. at the Y.
M. C. A. yesterday afternoon. They
enjoyed a program of great interest.
The new officers of the club were
installed in their positions and took
charge of the work. The address of
the afternoon was unique. Harry
Sniffer had charge being announced
to speak on "New Year's Resolu
tions." After speaking for a short
time on this theme, Mr. Shiffer call
ed upon the boys to make their res
olutions. Each boy was given a card
on which was written an appropriate
resolution and then all of these
cards were read by their holders.
The boys were urged to adopt for
their own the good resolutions thus
The Monday evening bible class
will resume work tonight after hav
ing missed two sessions, on account
of the holidays. A special spread Is
planned for the supper at 6:30. The
study tonight will be on the Sermon
on the Mount, In the sixth chapter
Tomorrow evening the regular
monthly meeting of the Toast mas
ters' club will be held. Supper will
be ready at 6:30, followed by the
program on "Modern Business Meth
ods." F. E. Maucker will officiate
as toastmaster and the speeches will
Business Getting Publicity"
"Character Efficiency" F. D. G
"Modern Office Machinery" I. J.
"The Taylor System" J
BETTER ROAD TO
Movement For Improving High
way Between Bock Island
and Windy City Grows.
PLAN IS A POPULAR ONE
Commendations and Approval Gives
All Along Proposed Ronte
Lafe Young Talks.
tourists would pass through here
each year. At present the roads out
of here to the east are so miserable
that automobilists fight shy of them
yaauuaujBnLiSMXKT ti b 11m1 jn
1807 Second Avenue.
Trirnty Episcopal Wednesday af
ternoon at 2:30 Trinity guild will meet
with Mrs. C. W. Hall, 414 Twelfth
Thursday evening at S o'clock will
be held tho postponed meeting of the
vestry at the rectory.
Friday morning prayer will be held
first Baptist The week of prayer
win oe observed wun services eaou. ygy ',''ui
What A Nickel
T"NO you know that you
can get your washing
done for a nickel?
Here's the secret: A cake of
will do over-night, what it
takes a strong woman all day
to do with ordinary soap.
You simply put the clothes
to soak. Peosta suds, with
very little rubbing, does the
rest. You can't beat the
Peosta way. Can't equal it
for quickness, safety, and
saving. Remember, only Sc
a cake, same as ordinary
soaps. Ask your grocer.
TRINITY CLUB NOT
TO MEET TOMORROW
Trinity Men's club of Trinity
church will hold its regular January
meeting a week from tomorrow In
stead of tomorrow night as had been
planned. The neit meeting of the
club will be in the new parish house
and everything is not quite in readi
ness there aa yet. Therefore the
The minstrel show which the club
Is to put on at the Illinois theatre
Feb. 1 5 is progressing nicely. The
chorus will rehearse tonight at the
The movement In favor of an im
proved highway between this city
and Chicago grows more general
day by day, and from all along the
proposed route, commendation and
approval of the plan Is general. Ex
Senator Lafe Young is agitating the
project and has secured the co-operation
of Robert N. Carson, presi
dent of the Iowa League of Commer
cial clubs. One of the strongest In
ducements being held out is that If
the road is made ready before 1915.
the Glldden tour, which it ia planned
will go to the exposition at San
Francisco, will pass over it.
WHAT YOtSG SATS.
Lafayette Young In speaking of
the advisability of the road, re
"In 1910 I projected the river-to-river
road from Davenport to Coun
cil Bluffs and by cooperation along
the line the road was made a suc
cess. Now we feel the need of an
Improved route between Rock Island
and Chicago in order that traffic may
go by way of Davenport and Rock
"Our river-to-rlver road has to
compete with the trans-continental
line which follows the Northwestern
railway from Clinton, Iowa to Coun
cil Bluffs. A considerable part of
the travel now goes on our line east
ward to Marengo by way of Clinton
"There are some big movements
ahead in the road making world and
our line of road will be left out of
the calculations unless we can im
prove the road from Rock Island to
CUB IS ACTIVES.
The Rock Island club is actively In
favor of the improved road and has
Joined with the Chicago Motor club
in promoting it. Rock Island would
be greatly benefited by the road as
it would mean thousands of auto
AT BETHANY HOME
Below is a list of provisions need
ed at Bethany home during the pres
ent month. Bids for supplying them
will be received by Mrs. J. W. Cran-
daii, 8;:5 Twenty-fifth street, up un
til noon Thursday, Jan. 11. Pills-
bury flour, 100 pounds; Bell's coffee,
10 pound?: Pcstum cereal, five
pounds: Rttngel's cocoa, six pouuds;
head rice, 15 pounds: apricots, ?5
pounds: soda crackers, one box,
Quaker oats, 18 packages; Cream of
Wheat, 18 packages; Calumet bak
ing pow.der, one can; corn syrup, six
gallons; Sapolio. six bars; lard, 25
pounds; ammonia, six bottles;
starch 25 pounds.
Humane society will be held Wednes
day afternoon in the home of Mrs.
Belle Jones, lijtll Seventeenth ave
nue. There will be the election oi
officers and transaction of important
business and a large attendance is,
Auxiliary to Meet.
The annual meeting of the Indies'
auxiliary of the Rock Island County
DORN NOW HAS A
MODEL TAILOR SHOP
E. F. Dorn has a model tailoring es
tablishment in his new home at 1S03
Third avenue, to which he recently
moved. Mr. Dorn owns the building
in which he is now established, and
hence the first floor has been remodel
ed to suit his conveniences ana the
conveniences of his patrons.
The building hns a floor space of
130 feet by 18 feet and Is partitioned
off into three departments, the sales
room, cutting room and work room, all
beautifully arranged and lighted.
It is one of the prettiest merchant
tailoring establishments in the three
All the news all the tims The Argus.
OPENING OF THE
Hundreds of people have attended
the opening of the adjustment sale of
the Priester-Hickey shoe stock. The
severe cold weather did not keep them
from coming. Promptly at 9 o'clock
the doors of what might be termed
the greatest shoe sale ever occurred
in Rock Island were opened. Many
people were waitiug for the doors to
Oien. Many of the early buyers car
ried away a dollar besides the rare
bargains, and many of the people dur
ing the day could not be waited on, but
saw the rare bargains the sale was
offering and will be back.
Death in Roaring Fir
May not result from the work of fire
bugs, but often severe burn are caus
ed that make a quick need for Buck
len'a Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest
cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils,
sores. It subdues Inflammation. It
kills pain. It soothes and heals.
Drives off 6kin eruptions, ulcers or
1 piles. Only 23 cents at all druggists.
YOU RISK NO MONEY.
Our Reputation and Money Are Hack
of This Offer.
We pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, if our remedy fails
to completely relieve you of consti
pation. We take all the risk. You
are not obligated to ua in any way
whatever, if you accept our offer.
Could anything be more fair for you?
Is there any reason why you should
hesitate to put our claims to a prac
A most scientific, common-sense
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
are eaten like candy. They are very
pronounced, gentle and pleasant in
action and particularly agreeable In
every way. They do not cause diar
rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping or
other inconvenience. Rexall Order
liea are particularly good for chil
dren, aged and delicate persons.
We urge you to try Rexall Order
liea at our risk. Three sizes, 10
cents, 26 cents and 50 cents. Re
member, yon can get Rexall reme
dies in thia community only at our
store the Rexall store. The Thom
as Drug company. .
Only a few more days left
you to buy your Home
With Few Exceptions
The end in sight dont de
lay attending this sale.
YOIU HAVE TO
W S. HOLBROOK
4 AA 44 C OJ fl It I
109-11 f. 2d SL Davenpwt, a.
We Do Not Bleach
our shirts to death. Look at any of the shirt 3 of our old
and steady customers and you will note that the colors
are just as bright as when first laundered.
L. E. BAKER
Phone west 237. 633 Seventeenth St.