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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY fc2, 1912.
Hugh Oofk and Four Expert
Workers and Singers to Coiu
duct Meetings Feb. 28,
AT THE BOARDWAY CHURCH
Tader Auspices mt State Association
To Discuss Technical and In
gpt ration! Subjects.
Do You Want to Sing? Watch
For Prima Donna's Series of
Vocal Lessons in The Argus
A Rock Island county Sunday school
Institute will be held In this city Wed
nesday, Feb. 28, afternoon and evening.
at Broadway Presbyterian church. The
program for the day will be Is charge
of a quartet of singers and Sunday
school experts, assisted by Professor
Alvln Roper, pianist. These workers
hare been making a tour of 20 of the
largest cities of Illinois since Feb. 11,
and Rork Island Is 16th on the tour,
conducted under the auspices of the
Illinois Sunday School association.
Hugh Cork of Chicago, the leader, was
for a number of years a missionary of
the American Sunday School union,
was secretary of Minnesota and Penn
sylvania associations, paid superintend'
ent of the John Wanamaker Sunday
school in Philadelphia, assistant secre
tary of the International Sunday
School association, and Is now gen
eral secretary of the Illinois Sunday
School association. Willard B. Wilson
of Providence, R. I., is general secre
tary of the Rhode Inland Sunday School
association, and for many years an
evangelistic singer. Rev. I. W. Wil
liamson of Vancouver, B. C, is general
secretary of the British Columbia Sun
day School asnociation. and for a time
was an evangelist among the lumber
men of the Selkirk mountains. George
T. Sawle of Arena, Wis., is a singer,
and has traveled extensively as such.
ProfesBor Alvln Roper of Winona Lake,
I rid., is a gifted pianist.
rnOGHJkM OF SESSIONS.
The meetings will begin at 3:30 In
the afternoon, that teaobers and busi
ness people may attend, the afternoon
session being devoted to a technical
study of the subject under discussion,
and the evening sesHion will be more
on lntpl rational lines. The program
Is as follows:
3:30 Music, Professor Roper and
the male quartet.
4:00 "Sunday School Management
with Relation to the Advanced Move
ments," Hugh Cork.
4:40 "Present Day Demands of the
Sunday School Teacher," Rev. I. W.
6:20 "The Purpose and Program of
the Organized Bible Class," W. B. Wil
son. 6:00 Supper,
6:30 An aggressive Sunday school
policy for this city outlined.
7:'i0 "Sunday School Music Exem
plified," Professor Roper and quartet.
8:00 "The Men of Illinois for the
Man of Galilee." W. B. Wilson.
8:20 "The Teacher's Opportunity
and Reward." Rev. I. W. Williamson.
8:40 Offering. Music by the quar
tet 8:60 "The Real Purpose of the Sun
day School." Hugh Cork.
9:10 Consecration service.
The Ladles' Aid society of Broadway
church will serve supper at the church
the evening of the institute, that those
wishing may remain for the evening
The tour as conducted by the work
ers so far has been most successful,
and Mr. Cork In a letter to J. H. Hau
berg, the county president, says: "The
attendance and interest has far exceed
ed our expectations at places eo far
visited." It Is expected that large
numbers of Sunday school workers
from all over the county will attend.
Mr. Hauberg in the last two Sundays
tiaa visited anma 2A Kimriuv afhrtnla In
the county lu the interest of the lnstl-
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AT CHICAGO MEET
Among Rock Islanders who went to
Chicago to participate in the exercises
of the Fourth Degree Knights of Col
umbus at the Congress hotel today are j
J. E. Reidy, J. T. Marron, J. B. Corken, i
F. Murphy, J. J. Bugee and George i
Wagner. Each was accompanied by J
bis wife. The initiatory' work, that of t
conferring the fourth degree on 400 j
candidates, occurred this afternoon. ,
Thomas P. Flynn, master of the fourth
degree knights, conducted the cere- .
money. Tonight at the LaSalle hotel, '
Chicago knights will be hosts to about :
2,000 visiting guests at a banquet.
Speakers who are scheduled to help
make the evening program a success
are Hon. M. J. Wade of Iowa City.
democratic national chairman from
Iowa; Quinn O'Brien Edward Le-
Harne, Leroy Hackett, Rev. F. Mc
Cabe and Jerome J. Crowley, Chicago.
Miss Christie MacDonald, American
light opera prima donna, who studied
for years under Madame Alda, has
written for The Argus a series of six
articles on the culture of the voice.
She has made use of notes taken
while she was studying, as well as
her own personal observation and ex
perience, and her advice ought to be
invaluable to every man, "woman or
child in Rock Island and vicinity.
The first of the articles will appear
tomorrow and the others daily thereafter.
Ladies Will Be Pleased to Know
That oar tpring and summer wookms
have arrived and can be purchased by
BEAL TAILORING COMPAKT.
Illinois Theatre building.
AT THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS.
Johu O. Johnson near Coal Valley was
celebrated the marriage of their
daughter Miss Nellie Johnson to Reu
ben Lindblad, the ceremony taking
place at high noon yesterday
and was performed by Rev.
P. J. Brodine of Orion Luther
an church. To the strains of the Loh
engrin wedding march played by Miss
Nellie Swanson, coubin of the bride,
the party proceeded down the aisle
formed by the ribbon bearers. Forest
Hanson, nephew of the groom and
George Buck. Miss Dorothy Buck car
ried the ring in a Calla lily.
The attendants were Miss Nora
Lindblad, a sister of the groom and Al
bert Johnson, a brother of the bride. A
company of 50 relatives was present
and after the wedding ceremony and
congratulations partook of a four-
course dinner. The home was beauti
fully decorated in pink and white. The
bride was attired in white embroider
ed lingerie, trimmed in point lace and
she wore a tulle veil. She carried
bride's roses. The bridesmaid wore
pink and carried pink carnations. Miss
Johnson was formerly employed at the
Royal Neighbors' home office in Rock
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Island. The groom is a prosperous
farmer residing near Orion, where the
newly married couple will make their
home, after a short wedding trip to
RUTH'S BAND ELECTION.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
Ruth's band of Broadway Presbyter-
Ian chruch was held yesterday after
noon at the home of Sirs. J. H. Hau
berg. Eleventh avenue and Twenty
third street. At the business session
all the former officers were reelected,
President Mrs. R. C. Smedley.
First Vice President Mrs. W. M.
Second Vice President Mrs. C. D.
Secretary Miss F. F. Cleland.
Treasurer Miss Mary Davis.
Secretary of Literature Mrs. F. A.
The penny boxes that were distribu
ted at the first )t the band's year were
opened yesterday and $65 was found in
them. The business session occupied
so much of the time that the program
was short, consisting of organ num
bers by Mrs. Hauberg, a paper on the
Indians by Mrs. W. M. Stewart; a
reading, "The Thanksgiving Box," by
Mrs. J. E. Clarkson, and a vocal solo
by Mrs. Daniel Hayes. Tea was served
at 5 o'clock.
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COLONIAL WHIST CLUB.
MRS. R. TENEBOM OF 1401 HAR
rison street, Davenport, yesterday af
ternoon entertained the members of
the Colonial Whist club at a very pret
ty Washington birthday party. In the
games the first favor was won by Mrs.
M. Finkelstein, and Mrs. M. Taxman.
Jr., took the consolation prize. After
the card games the hostess served a
five-course dinner. The table center
piece wa a bowl of ferns draped with
red, white and blue bunting, and a large
silver candelabrum. At each place was
a little cherry tree and hatchet, a small
flag and tiny lighted candle. The af
fair was one of the prettiest given for
the club. Mrs. Polen will be the host
ess in two weeks and will entertain at
Young & McCombs' tea room.
MISS MART VAN HOOREBECKE,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van
Hoorebecke, 2509 Eighth-and-a-half av
enae, this city, and Roy Miller, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller. 2502
Fourth avenue, Moline, were married
Toesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
rectory of St. Mary's Catholic church.
Rev. Adolph Geyer officiating. The
bride wore a plum-colored suit and a
large black velvet hat trimmed with
plumes. She carried an arm bouquet
of carnations. A wedding supper was
served following the ceremony at the
heme of the grooms' parents, 45 friends
attending. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will
make their home with the groom's par
ents until the spring, when they will
go to housekeeping in Moline.
CO-EDS' MISSION COFFEE.
THE CO-EDS OF LADIES' HALL
at Augustana held open house yester
day afternoon and evening and
through the sale of coffee and cake
and candy realized a neat sum for the
cause of foreign missions. The hold
ing of a coffee sociable during the
month of February is an annual affair
with the residents of the girls' dormi
tory. The parlors of the hall were
tastefully decorated with American
flags and bunting. There was also a
Swedish booth at which a co-ed, dress
ed in Swedish national costume, sold
candy. Girls dressed in white served
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the engagement of Miss Sally Garling
ton, daughter of General and Mrs. Ern
est A. Garlington, U. S. A., to Lieuten
ant Harry D. Chamberlin, U. S. A. No
date has been announced for the wed
ding. Lieutenant Chamberlin is sta
tioned in the Philippines. Miss Gar
lington, who is a granddaughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buford of
this city, made her debut in Washing
ton three years ago and has recently
returned from a trip around the world.
She spent last winter in the Philip
pines with her uncle and aunt. General
and Mrs. J. Franklin Bell.
SWASTIKA CLUB MEETS.
MRS. CATHERINE QUAYLE, 2941
Thirteenth avenue, entertained the
members of the Swastika club yester
day afternoon. There was a large at
tendance of members and two visitors,
Mrs. Robinson of Ohio, who is visiting
her niece, Mrs. Lattner, and Mrs.
Stewart of Decatur, who is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Wilson. The ladies
spent ' a pleasant time together with
their fancy work and in a social way,
the hostess serving refreshments at
the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Fred
Gall, 2424 Seventh avenue, will be the
hostess in two weeks.
SHOWER FOR MISS SWISHER.
MISS BESSIE SANBERG, 1008 Thirty-second
street, Tuesday evening en
tertained at the first of a series of par
ties for Miss Clara Swisher, a bride of
next month. Pink and white hearts
were used to decorate the house, and
the colors were also carried out in the
luncheon. In a contest Miss Violet
Strupp took the favor, and each guest
was given a favor from a heart tree.
Musical numbers were enjoyed. The
bride-to-be was given a number of
pretty pieces of linen.
ENTERTAINS MEMBERS OF CLASS.
MISS LAURA CLAUSSEN, AT HER
home on Eleventh street and Second
avenue, last evening entertained the
members of her Sunday school class
The evening was spent in a pleasant,
social way, and lunch was served.
BUFFET SUPPER PARTY.
TRI-CITY YOUNG PEOPLE WERE
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Ficke, 2020 Grand avenue, Davenport,
last evening at a buffet supper party.
The table in the dining room was at
tractively decorated with yellow tulips
and Jonquils. Music and an informal
social time followed the supper.
CO. feE&gjyE JSTQRC CO.
WE SAfZ YDUMOIICy
Bargains, Bargains in every department, in every isle. Everywhere you see the
yellow price tag displayed. The entire store is alive with the great bargain giving
spirit. Remember when these bargains are sold opportunity is gone. Shop Fri
day morning, sure. ;
Sash Curtain rods,.
To close out 200 pair of
of lace curtains we offer
them at 4 price.
White Crib Blankets,
49c value, ...29c
To introduce our new
Spring Patterns of
Axminster Rugs we
offer 9x12, $25.00 value
Furnishings for the Well Dressed Man
A man will argue for hours to save a few cents on his
office supplies, but never hesitate to spend all that
profit on his clothes," where it is not necessary. Don't
think for a minute that because we mark our mer
chandise a little cheaper it is not up to Young & le
Combs' standard. We have just paid a smaller price
than usual and you can do the same if you buy from
Regular 50c silk ties in all styles
and colors, for QQa
Our $1.00 silk ties in newest de-
50c silk knit ties, plain and stripes,
in all colors, special 9Qf
for Friday udfu
$1.50 Duco union suits, always sell
for $1.50, bargain ' OQa
$1.00 fleeced ribbed union suits in
ecru and gray, 7Ql
special i C
Shirts worth up to $1.25, slightly
soiled and some sizes miss-
lng, your choice 01 C
Our $1.00 pleated and plain bosom
shirts with attached cuffs, come
in very neat patterns, Qf
Shirts with collars to match, reg
ular 89c, yonrs for Qa
45 inch wide Embroidery
Flouncing in pretty, Irish Cro
chet designs; many patterns to
select from. Values to $2.98 yd.
per yard .....
White, Cream and Ecru Cotton
and Linen Cluny Edges and in
sertions, suitable for trimming
wash dresses and fancy work
purposes. Values to 25c a yd.
for Friday Q
per yard ,..lvt
Cotton wash braids In band and
edge designs; many colors and
patterns to select from. Values
to 25c yd. for Friday at
. Waists Second Floor
A lot of soiled lingerie waists, hand-embroidered
and lace trimmed to be closed out on Friday. Two
for the price of one. Buy one waists and we give
you one waist.
Genuine black heatherbloom skirts with tucked and
accordeon pleated flounces. Regular
$2.98 values, Friday special price ....
Ladies' fleece lined hose, 1 Qf
25c values ItJl
Ladles' embroidered lisle hose In all 3Qj
colors, 75c values OIC
Ladies' boot silk hose, linen foot and A0o
high fleeced heel,. 75c values T
Infants' Booties Pink and Blue, for IAa
Friday only 1UC
Children's Galatee and Gingham Dresses 2 to 14
Children's Tennis Gowns and Sleepers, 2 Jllg
to 12 years for Friday only 4"lC
In the Basement
One flsh globe and one large long tail gold 9C
fish, Friday only DDL
Large decorated Parlor Lamps; our d0 "7r
regular $4.50 lamps, Friday, only $ulO
Block Gas Mantles, upright and Inverted, AA
Friday only, each v
Cold Handled Fry Pans, No. 53 1 C
size, Friday special 191
One lot of cambric
6uits, embroidery and
lace trimmed, worth up
to $1.39, QO
$1.00 Skirts, plain
others with wide
val inser- CQ
tions at 3C
Nainsook corset covers,
val edges, 50c 9Qa
and 59c values ..OJC
One lot of drawers, 4
In. flounce, plain and
hemstitched. $1.00 and
$1.25 values, $QC
Drug Sundries First Floor.
Jap Rose Soap,
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Look at this Big Bargain
We place on sale for Bargain Friday
2.000 yards new style dress ginghams;
THE LADIES OF THE FIRST BAP
tist church will hold their monthly cof
fee tomorrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. H. Pollard. 1009 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street. The hostesses will
be assisted by Mrs. Fred Pollard. Mrs.
Lucius Ege and Mrs. George H. Saund
ers. Ucal lodge, I. O. O. F., will give a
masquerade dancing party at Odd Fel
lows hall this evening.
The Busy Workers' club will give a
card party tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
at the home of Mrs. W. M. Bergess,
719 Eleventh street.
Fresh Dairy Butter,
1818 3d Ave.
In a fast and exciting basketball
game the Augustana girls defeated the
Hedding college co-eds by a score of
20 to 10 at Abingdon last night The
Abingdon team had previously beaten
Ixmbard and State Normal, thus prov
ing their strength, and that the local
girls were able to hand them 6uth a
decisive defeat on their own floor has
been a great joy producer in the Au
gustana camp. Miss Ebba Abraham-
son, at center, played the star game
for the locals. A return game will be
played here March L
business especially solicited. Mrs. H. i Exbom, lG30'i Third avenue, Moline,
ties and entertainments. Out of town I1L Phone east 1268.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer ic frefx.
Six per cent farm mortgage. Lit
ten ft Roberta, Peoples National
The party who found a fur mu3 at,
the Turner ball, Wednesday, Feb. 21,
will receive a liberal reward by call
ing West 963. No questions asked.
I uomic ana lancy masquerade cos
tm, wgB an4 mask toe balls, pax-
Special Low Fares
To Pacific Coast Northwest
and hundreds of intermediate points will be cn sala
daily, March l'to April 15. Through tourist excur
sions (many of them personally conducted), via a
broad selection of routes.
There is No Better Service.
If you contemplate a trip ' Into the west, northwest or south
west it will be to your advantage to rome In and find out
about thin service before making your plans.
R1DDELL. Agent, C. B. & Q. R, R,
Phone Old West 680.
'llOflt ' ESflSSES