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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1912.
Dear Vn Thompson: I am a girl '
Of 18 and have a good home. I've
been going with a your. 15 man for a
year and a half and I love him and
know that my love is reciprocated.
Ha could not get a pobition In my
home town and claimed he could not
marry me and make a home in his '
present condition because when he
marries he rke-n rot want me to work
and help him. 1 have never worked
hard and am now staying home for a .
'ear He asked m to unit for him
My parents told me to do as I
please, as they think a treat deal of
him. I told h!ni I would wait a. lore
as patience lets me He told me If I
ould get a r un as good or better
than him I fliould take the chance,
but If he comer bark and fine's I mar
led one not as 'iod as he. I'll regret
I don't ge any rr.ail ,riTT h!m ITe
c'n'med he wouMrt write ixause It
m'1ll mn:t hirrt trir'et.rime ftn t.e v.'lll
v.r. ,r. ,.)-.;rt t,e r.e m,i '
want to do until l.e succeeds
A TinOKKN HEART
The rnan ! d:na rirht not to mi
rr you when !c cannot support a
If you reslly love Mm yon will not
ant to marry ar.;. body els-e He
seems to be a x ry conscientious
Iio rot try to cirnmunica'e with
Mm since he riot.a no' 'Ait-h It H
probably expec's ' ou tn V.J'P in touch
w(h him tbro'iKii 'l.e friend l.c
lienr Mrs Thompson: I have been ''ol" wror'- MARIK. j AN EN-TERTAINMKNT AND SO
told I am t,eau':!ul and : seems my Toor little girl. Pomrtlmes It hap- c(al .ag Kiven a6t n.;gjit by the mem
lot to be sought l.y married men It pens that we must "call" even those i b(?r of y L A- of the pPencer
Is plainly a d:sicn.re I v.nr.t to lie v.e love dearest. 'Memorial church.
vifhout s'sin or blemish. The other
evenu c I culled on some frieii-ls and
the hunhfttid ae-ii!r.pa!iid rn home
It as fii'-k and t til- c i'e a cat
Jun ied from be fence, frmbtetilttg
rre' I sjrirtf'd. and my companion
caurb' me In bis arms and kissed me.
I was hot" fled and could not keep the
MISS ROSE .I KAN I'.T'I E I'.KM'K.
daughter f Mr. and Mrs William
Ilelick of Twelfth avenue. Mo
line, and Girge Luther ( .himiii. son
of Mr and Mrs. Car! Carlson of 171'"
Ninth s'reet, .Mt'hne,
Thursdav vctiir.n at '
home of tlie l? iil'-V
e e married
V C ,o r.
Carlson of ou .iitu.
bridegroom, performed the ceienKUiy.
Miss Haltte Curlsoti, sister of the
bridegroom, and Leslie Ilelick. hrotlier
of the hrnle. were lb-' at ten Ian' s. A
whl'e we(Jd.i:g bell was hung in 'tie
center of a pret'y arch (f grei nery,
where the weeding party htood A
double oiei.i at .mi was held fcliiv!ng
Ihe ceremony. 11, e i hristeu.i g of the
bride's niece. Hi leu Lillian l' h is.
daiigli'er of Mr ntj.j Mis. Hairy Pe
ters, taking pla e A weeding supper
as enjoyed, uf'er wl.vh ttie bridal
cup.e on uie miui.igui .ra.n lor
y lilcBKO I lie lirule is well Know I
nhe w:ii at " 1 1 - - h iid of t,e in.liltiery
department lit the h'.ik A Loosle)
store un'll recently Mr Curls' t: is in
the employ of 'he Ve.-.e Motor liic e
company, Tliey will he a: home ;n
new im rt men's that are reaii f.u
them iu i-JT I'o-.utli street. ,'.oi lie
MISS ELI .A AHI', DAl'GHTER OK
Mr. and Mrs H C. Arp of i;'.2 Mitch
rll Mieet, lijveinort, un.l Gtotge
lbrlsi. .'n of Mrs Acna 1 W-rS.-t of
IM.'i I'o iitli no N tie. were i;!i t-
' in marriage Thu-s .ay eei:ir. at
o'clocK at the home of the hr.de s
parents Rev. H K. Gn-lf of the tier-
it. an Lutheran church. Davenport, pcr
loin.ed the ci ! 1 1 1 i . . Atttudairs
were M U l.-.tta I'ete; s. ti of t i.r.ton
and John Il.'tbst Irotl.crof ihe hride
groom Thirty relative? of 'l.e ycuug
people itncfiicd thi ceremony and n
Joyed a wedding supper foiiuuing It
Green anil white ! coi .r .'!:! were used
throughout t'; i-,.,-mr. i n cai ca
tions ar.d garden i'.uiots l',:.r ii. I
A new srucro ci't'aiie :s read;, for the
bridal couple at J1..7 Tw enty r.fr b
street. Mohne Mr. Herbst i en-.f.oy.
ed us a n.ach'. r.iM o". tlie a:.-.na!
RILL1E SAM KKS. S N OF MR
and Mrs W. J Sanders, sv Twi-iy-second
street, ctl.bra'ed hi.- f i.r:h
I irthday Fridny afternoon by enter
taining a number of l is friend
The afternoon was soer.' 'r. games ;uei
light refreshments were borve.i The
house was prettily d-cora:eJ in go'.deu
glow ar.d nasturtiums. Those present,
U I m WIH II III' III I
IT M V 1 1 . I I I
(MM . V ' . : ' ",', H
tears hack. He apologized profusely
and told me he couldn't help It. say-
In; that "my beauty and sweetness
v ere to blame " Lear Mrs. Thomp
son, tell me what to do,
iui i mi
There' in nniv one thin to An and :
that is to keep away from this man i
and all others of his kind, even if It j
keeps you from visiting a dar friend, j
Inv. jhe friend to visit you. alone. j
, .,..,. lc . ,iff r.H '
should be held as something sacred. ! View park fev their regular meeting.
Keep it for an honest man m ho really ; the girls spending the afternoon sew
loves you and wants you for his wife, j lng. and later playing games. The next
Tear Mrs Thompson: I am 28 years
old and married six years. My hus
"'1 "'t 'ork and isn't making a
l;ving Tor me.
We stay at his sister's
I am working, and his sister
kfeps our boy for me. I pay my
beard, but my husband eats for noth-View
lng What can I do? MARi .
Take the matter before the domes-
tic relations court.
Itear Mrs. Thompson: I have been
engaged to a ynune man for three! THE SOUTH PARK CHAPEK SO-
ears. We were to be married very ; cjai held at the home of J. C. Fry, 2916
soon Rec ently he became too fa-1 Thirteenth avenue, last night, was
miliar with me and I called him forjTerj. successful. A general good so-
it Now he refuses to have anything j tjabie time was enjoyed.
to do with me I am "sorry, for 1 love
l:::n dearly Do you think I have i v. L. A. SOCIAL.
l njess yoy were ioo;ihnij pruuiMi,
'u did rieht. and i' be wants noth-j
irg to do with you it's a sure sipn '
tliat ne rioesn t love you pihuikii
respect you. If be comes to you sin-
ceteiy sorry, you might U reive him:
otherwise, try to interest yourself in
jere John Stengel. Cleo Rus, Hayes
; Murphy. Eugene Koseherry, Harold
Stevens. Reo Glenn. Allen Paddock,
H ranees Kinney and John Kosenlieid.
and Mary Evelyn Conwell. Irene Kin-
ney, Margaret Souders. Koro'hy Sten-
k. Ethel Stevens. Marie Glenn. Gar-
ei a Sweeney. .M,;igart Kegan. .Mona
KithH and l.-ota Glenn. An o t of town '
Kuesf was Helen Weeks of El Reno, '
GIVE LINEN SHOWER.
MISS ETTA ROGERS AND MISS
Hael Hernbirom entertained list
evening at the home of Miss l:erg -
strom 141b 1 hirty-second street, for
lg I f . . . iw w.n. , will 1..,
united in n.iirriae h fail to Kdward
Itt'ln Trin r i i ( 1 1 r i i u t nirl v u-iu in
the form of a llnet; shower and a
t 1 1 ),L.t f nruff v ti'onii n a pa ..ie.n.
v, . ' ". . i . , V
. trr oLLjauri(t u un iiifiiuo. i ur
tl0me was decorated in the chosen col-!
or, green and white, green and white
Mt'-imets from the chandelier to the
corner of the parlor and living room
were very pretty while aptragus and
ferns were used to trim the chande
liers and grill work. The stairway was
ii -corated with green and wb.le paper
;.nil asparagus. The games of the
. venlng gave pr'es to Mabel Sangren.
Emilia Robb and Eva Lauber. Selma
Samuelson and Laura Schroeder were
g'ven consolation prizes. Little Eve-
Jv Htwi (.Miv.rrl Tir--trm ilre.uon n
.vlilte drew a wagon decorated in the
... . .,.
dd'ng colors, filled with linen pieces
fur Miss Sandberg The dainty re
fi ehli-i.etits served by the hostesses
carried out the wedding colors. Many
prenuptial attentions have been plan
tod for Miss Sandher
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE.
MISS IRENE HON ENTERTAIN
ed a small company of friends at her
home. 1-1S Second avenue, yesterday
afcrnoon In honor of Mihs Marlon
Smith of Roston. the guest of Miss
f ... fVlV.nrn TV. rem, , a K ', r. a rf Vs . i A rw
w , ...,,,. .... lion dollars, and when he left the pres-e-e
p'.aycj with flrfct honors to Mis ,rtno-. ,u... ,aH o .,..
l.t'.'.an Junge and the guesr prize to
M:ss Marion Smiti. He'''',hm'r't
were served by the hos-en and a
T.'iK MEMBKRS OF THK TOCNO sought to apply the Sherman anti-trust
ft. s clas-s of t!,e Froadway Presby-jlaw more vigorously than Its pred
ter.an church met last night at the jecessor: the time to have applied the
borne of Thomas A. Rowland, on Six- Sherman anti-trust law effectively
tcen-1; strc-.t. Ti e evening was pleas- ! as in the Infancy of these trusts,
an!y spent, sor.gs and instrumental when there were only 149.
music and Etories passing the time.
A hhort business meeting as held.
J U L-nJ
Is tte best endorsed
in America. Ask us
for proof and a demou
stratton. Sold in sties
at prices to suit all.
Refreshment were served by the host. J
who haa recently returned from a ;
Bouthern trip, and favored his guests
with souihern dainties such as lime 1
MONTHLY COKFEE. j
THERE WAS A GOOD ATTEND- j
anoe of the members of the Ladies' !
j Aid society of the First Baptist church j
1 at the monthly coffee of the society ;
k . u . j .. . . at tha hntrA i
; uflU f Bin U tl aiiri uuuu 01. ' .. ...
!of Mrs. J. L. Hickey. 807 Eleventh
' street. A social afternoon as en-
joyed. Mra. Hickey was assisted dt
Mrs. Orto Priester. Mrs. Henry M.
Ward and Miss Ellen Freed.
AT CAMPBELL'S ISLAND.
THE MEMBERS OF THE LAR-
kin club enjoved themselves at Camp- . n- v, , - 1 grinc. tne soo yard rapid fire, which
bell's inland vesterdav at their annual I dress ,n German and Rev. H. W . Reed , ns9 been snot on tne ,ooa, ranRe8 but
pTcLfe Thedirwntlitames;, FIt Baptat church in Rockthe longer di8tance shoot8 mu8t
,y haket i,mch was carried, many '
, of the families of members also being
There were between 300 and
400 " the Picnic.
GIRLS SEW IN PARK.
THE LITTLE CHARITY WOP.K-
ers met yesterday afternoon in Long
meeting win De neia next rnuav m
Tong View park and if the weather is
inclement, at the Association house.
C. W. B. M. MEETS.
THE MEMBERS OF THE C. W. B.
M. met yesterday evening in Ioni;
park for their regular meeting i
Iwith a good attendance. Supper was
served and routine business transact-
T. H. IS KIT HARD
BY LA FOLLETTE
Man Who Vatched Trust Grow
No True Leader, Says
Wathinston. Ang. 17. In a pictur-
! esque, spontaneous outburst during
j debate of the president's wool tariff
veto in the senate. Senator I.a Fol-
lpttp yesterday afternoon attacked the
Iitnv progressive party, and swore new
allegiance to progressive republican -
ism. The "original insurgent." qulv-
erlrg with emotion, with clenched
hands and strained face, poured out a
flood of impassioned oratory that kept
the floor and galleries of the senate
silent. Standing in the well of the
chamber. Senator La Follette assured
his associates that he Intended to
"keep up the fight In the republican Thou shalt not bear false witness
I party to make that party really pro- against thy neighbor.
rebsive," and to "keep on until the Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's
liiSt b"U HnKS 8nd the CUr,ain fallfi ' ! hU8e' ,hOU 6halt not COVe' thy neig"-
, After reviewing briefly the trust'bor's wife, nor his manservant, nor
, recor(j of colonel Roosevelt, Senator i his maidservant, nor hiB ox. nor his
La Fol,ette declared that the former , ass. nor anything that is thv neieh-
president was "not the man to find a
way out now." lie asserted that "no
.v. . .7.7- """I 1 .t
c f ti ih kr if - i h f rn h h t n a nam nr
in- iiwftirBcnc mis triur-iiL in nif re-
publican party can now stop its ad-
He declared that when the republl-
can ptrty. tnrougn us progressive as-
soclates. had reached a point where It
would "respond to the purposes for
which it was born, an attempt is made
at i mono to aivert It.
Senator Stone asked Mr. LaFollette
whether he meant the nomination of
, i:"" v'T,,' t D
former President Roosevelt.
1 am awruiiy surprised, began
Senator IaFollette, "that I left the
tit- n 2 I or from f iRttnnrl in Hnithf T K ona
. w ""
i -.a ijui ' a u i iu iiiiiida ui
1 nen moving aown tne center aisle.
until his outstretched, shaking hands
almost touched the stenographer's ta-
ble he continued:
"On the day that Theodore Roose- Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue,
velt was made president of the I'nned Rev. S G. Hagglund. pa6tor. Ser
States. there were 149 trusts and 'vices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m
combinations in the United States. I German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
When he turned this government over ! street and Fifth avenue. Rev. Ph. Wil
to William Howard Taft, there were helm, pastor. German services at 1(
10,020 plants in combination. When a. m.
he became president the trusts had an
aggregate capltalii ation of three bil-
.. . ..
' iatlon of $31,000,000,000, and more
than 7n per cent of it was water
"Tbe'.r power has gone on growing
'and sjreadma- Ther. h h..n
1 . . . .
oiminuTion tn tn Dresnt ailminihTrH-
"I do r.ot believe that the man whs.
1 was president for seven years while
the greatest trust growth occurred, at
the ery time of all times in the his-
-.e Sherman anti trust law it
ie been made potential in de-
orgactzation I do not think
that the man who was president then
'is the man to find the way out now.
ntery is a dangerous d sease
but can be cured. Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera, and Pisrrhoea Remedy ; Twenty-third street and Seventh ave- i First Church of Christ. Scientist,
' has been successful!) ued in nine epi-. flue Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor: Rev. 835 Twenty-third street. Sunday ser-(
demtcs of dysentery I? has never W G Osievee. assistant. Sunday vice at 10: 45 a. m.: subject of sermon, :
! been knomn to fail. It is equally val- dav school at 9:15 Rev. Oglevee is "Soul.'' Sunday school after the
j fable for children and adults and , will preach in the morning. There ! regular service. The Wednesday ev
'when reduced with ster ai.d sweet-'will be no evening service 'ening testimonial meeting Is held sf
eried. It is p'easar.l to tiko. S . 1 ty 5outh Park Pre-hyte-ian. comer of 7 45 o'clock. The church maintains a
tail druggists, Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue,! free reading room in the People s Na- j
Appropriate Exercises to Be
Given at German Evan-
An appropriate program of exercises i
""6 iur iucuiuirniuuc:feP ana captain Ed Dunavin.
church on the northwest corner of
Twelfth .street and Twelfth avenue to-
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev.
J" Jans of wrw- HI- president of
L"." """'.- . "D"' , L I
hoc k lsiana Mnennercnor
ana tne I
church choir will sing
The building operations for the new
church were commenced about July 1
and the basement wall is now com
plete. It is hoped that the church will
be ready for occupancy before the
first of the new year.
TO NAME PASTOR
The congregation of the Memorial
Christian church will meet a week
from tomorrow to look over the pres
ent situation and discuss the question
of extending a call to fill the vacancy
left by the resignation of Rev. E. T.
Thou shalt not take the name of the
Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord
will not hold him guiltless that taketh
his name in vain.
Remember the Sabbath day (o keep
Six days shalt thou labor, and do all
thy work: .
But the seventh day Is the sabbath
of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt
not do any work, thou, nor thy son,
nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor
thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor
thy stranger that is within thy gates:
For in six days the Lord made
heaven and earth, the sea. and all that
! in them is. and rested the seventh
; day : wherefore the Ixrd blessed the
j sabbath day, nd hallowed it.
Honor thy father and thy mother:
that thy days may be long upon the
land which the Lord thy God giveth
Thou shalt not kill,
j Thou shalt not commit adultery.
i Thou shalt not steal.
I " -
i t n t.- i i i
r''"sBl'al cnurcn, ivme-
leentn street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Sherwood, rector. Ser-
'vices at 7-511 n m in IS a m mill
17:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
j zion Swedisn Lutheran, Forty-fifth
-tri mH c,..i, u,.. vr t
Forsherg. pastor. Sundav school at ;
9 30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. ni. and:
1 f:rman Puoniii,t viit, rt
bet ween Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev.
: F. J. Rolf, pastor. Sunday school at
n c- 1 , j
" J " ' L iW.CU a. ID. ttllU
i.e.') 0. ni
j Grace English Lutheran.
Seventh avenue and Forty-fourth ;
street. Rev. Ira O. Nothstein, pastor,
Sunday school at 8:15 a. m.
s First Swedish Lutheran, corner
Memorial Christian, comer Third
avenue and Flrteenth street. 8unday
school at 9:30 a. m.
Senior and In
termeaiaie 1 nristtan fcnfleavor at 6 80
P m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45
Tl Til WAV II la' lIiAa a II i M a lit ft
" v. .vsVUU,w..u
. ill MI the bulDit both morning and
Second Christian enrn.r Ql.th .tr.et
-"i rbrL8tlan'corn5rS h
. 0.ir m ,. ,,
a. 9.1.- a. m. Georee Hull, superin -
ter.dent s.rri,.. i.-K . m
ua i mneenrn avpmiA siiinfiav irnnn
Third Christian. Fourteenth avenus
and Thirty ninth street. Sunday school'
at 9:30 a. m: Dr J. H. NlPhols. super -
intendent Rihle rhi t o 5n . m
Services at 7 p. rn
Central Preshvterian. corn-r ef
Fourteenth street and Tenth avenue.
Rev. Marlon Humphreys, pastor. Sun -
day school at 9:15 a m Christian F.n -
deavor at 6 30 p. m Services at 10: 45
a rn. and 7:.',.0 d m. I
: Broadway Preshvterian. corner of'
! Bits of Scripture !
MeFarland. Nothing In the way of!
tentative plans have been made yet i
by the church board. Tomorrow Rev.
D. E. Hughea of Monmouth will fill the
COMPANY A MEN GOING TO
SHOOT AT GENESEO RANGE
Six Company A men will leave to
morrow morning for Geneseo to shoot
eff their declared scores on the range
tnere. They are Eldon Raid win. Ed
Gurtafson. John Frelber. I.. Peder-
i nese men nave all qualified as
marksmen and will try to make the
sharpshooter's squad, shooting the
800 and 1.000 vard ranges. Thev have
all qualified on the first section "oT the
trinsterreo to tne larger range at
nnaei Th men hnvA haan nrac
ticing hard and are expected to make
a good showing.
By virtue of a decree of the circuit
court I shall on the 10th day of Sep
tember. 1912, at the hour of 2 o'clock i
in the afternoon, at the east door of
the court house sell at public auction
all of the real estate belonging to the ,
estate of Peter Hay, deceased, consist-
ing of lots 1. 2. 3. 11. 12. 13. 14. IS, 16. i
17, 19, 20. 21, 12. 23. 24. 27. 2S. 29. and ;
30 in Peter Hay's addition to Rock
Island. Also lot "B," block S. in Stick
r.ey's addition to Rock Island.
EDWARD W. SCHOEDE, Trustee.
Licensed to Wed.
Harry C. Williams Galva
Miss Bessie Hutchinson .. Cambridge
In connection with Broadway Presby
terian church. Rev. V. G. Oglevee.
pastor. Bible school 2:30 p. m.; S. D.
Cleland, superintendent. Young Peoe
ple's society at 6:45 p. m. Evening
serviice at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Oglevee
will preach in the evening.
Aiken street chapel, Aiken street.
South Rock Island. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. J. H. Cleland. superintend
ent emeritus. J. M. Bond, superin
United Presbyterian. Third avenue
and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30,taRP8 were occuplert thp beginning
a m. services ai iu.no a.
,:o p. m. louiig rev.eo
. .1 I : . . T- i r . V. a .A. I
There will be no evening service.
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. Charles Hawkins, pastor. S tin
day school at 9:30 a. m. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Wayman African M. E. (colored),
corner Fiftn-and a-half avenue and
Thirteenth street. T. H. Saunders,
pastor. Services at 11 a. m., 12 m..
at 7 p. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school
at 1:30 p. m.
German Methodist, corner Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Theophilua Kies, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10 :ib a. ni
and 7:30 p. m.
Free Methodist. Ninth avenue ana
Fifteenth street. Rev. H. C. Willing
. c.. B.v,nrli at c):4t a. m
; Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
First Bapti6t. corner Third avenue j
and Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W. i
o..- .,.v.nni ot Q -!.o
a m Church services at 10:45 a. in.
7-30 p. m. 10 45 a. m . "Royal Com -
panionshlp. " .no evening preac.....B
Edgewood Baptist, corner Forty-
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. 3.
. , . v 1 1 1
ff I l0Vd. II. DaSlOF. OlOie Bniuui
; at 8:30; Joseph Wilmer. superintend-:
rnt Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30.
j Swedl8h Baptist, corner Twenty-first
'street and Fifth avenue. Suiday school
' . , n ,a g.rvire at 7-an t m.
Y. P. V. at 5 p. m.. alternate Sundays.
Second Baptist, Tenth street and
Sixth avenue. Rev. A. Madison, pas
tor. Services at 11 a. m.. 7 p. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15.
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue
Rev. J. F. Iockney, rector. Masses at
R-lS and 10-30 Catechism at 2 p. m.
vespers and benediction at 3 p. m. ev -
Sun08y and nolv dav.
; R f-athollc. comer
f Fnnrth flVBnil4 and Twentv-Herona
, m wl s'Bthar Afinrin i;pvr na hi nr
1 M8 at 8 nd 10 50 ' m
st. Josenh's Roman Catholic, corner
Second avenue and Fourteenth street. ,
,. . ' . . .....
Dean 3. J. Quinn. rector; Rev. VS il - ,
liam P- ( lear'
8- 9 ,nd 10 a m' t
' raul 8 etgtum v atno.ic. e,.i-,
rourtn street ana r.igntn-ana a nan av
enue. Kev. J. w. sniiers. pastor. Mass
i at 8 a. m.
WE5T END SETTLEMENT
We,t End Sunday school. 700 Fifth
,,reet. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
; Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
! ": 30. V. B. Barker, tuperintendent.
first ."vieinoaisi. coiuei, roi.i o. preacli the camp meeting sermon to
nne and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. R. morrow and there will br other strong
Newland. pastor. Sunday school at spai,.,, ( hrcn iPa,iPr8 anticipate a
9:30 a. m. Epworth league at B-3 ; large attendance from dav to dav this
p. m. Rev. Mr. Thorpe of Reynolds par and fl r(vival of ,ntPrP8t in tne
will preach at the morning service. I - j ... f .... ,
One of the New Fall
sj Note high cut vest.
Your early consideration of our
fall and winter woolens will
mean a choice selection from a
complete assortment of patterns
LEAVE YOUR ORDER NOW
SUIT CAN BE FINISHED LATER
Pav Us $25 or So.
licloiin Local DmW ia Fin
Cloth TaOorad to OnUr by
tiV. Prica ft C, Clacaa
tional bank building, which is open
every week day from 2 to 5 p. in. and
every Saturday evening from 7 to 8
o'clock. All authorized literature cn I
Christian Science may be read or
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day
Saints (Utah Mormons). I. O. (). F.
ball in London building. Sunday
school at 2 p. m. Preaching service at
3: IS p. in. John Frank, presiding
"WARMING UP" AT
M. E. GAMP MEET
Tindall's Grove. Aug. 17. Things
are "warming up" at the Methodist
I camp meeting for the Rock Island
district, which is now in progress here.
An unusually large number of cot-
' rt W. . i .. .1 .1 1
i influx todav in anticination of an in-
. nroeram tomorrow nr.
Frank Cole, pastor of St. John's
Methodist church of Davenport, will
ed by developments thus far.
Trimmed hats $1 at
The Vogue-, Second avenue.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
For express, call William Tref.
Tri-City Towel Supply companr.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-makin?r.
Lawn mowers sharpened and re
paired at Fiebig'a, It 19 Third ave
nue. Our B. B. serge at $33 Is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Ziimner's
Genuine Philadelphia lawnmowers
j for sale at L'haries Fiebig. 1C1 Third
To insure prompt service telephone
Luchman's inn for chicken and fish
i ulmt:l 8'
! slJt Per ct'nt taisa mortgagee. Lit-
Milan artesian water, approved by
j city and state, deiiverert dally.
. 1 i w- inn-.
, I liuilts . CbL Lit w.
Coal, coal, conl.- Tue Rock Island
Kuel comuanv will deliver to vuu all
the best grades of bard and soft coal. r
Strecker & Lewis, wnolesale and re
tali agents for Sanitas the washable
wall covering for kitchens and hatn
rcoms. Ward & McMahon will give you
estimates on your plumbing, steam
ann not waier neauug iumi wn: save,
Sewing machines repaired and war-j
-BUieu lur eBr supplies ior ani
1 locKsmnn. ioijou.
j Third avenue. j e are the leaders for up to date
! A Oreprcof safe In the house or store I laundry work. Each shirt Unisbed
! is a necessity. We have them from;
112 up. Fiebig. locksmiilh.
, Third avenue.
ran fnr th fifth ovanna .,ninnJ
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m a,i A -i o rci a t u u. u a i n A
Ciub Smoker- treet and
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Have you tried one of Luchman's
ft..u ,l.:,l,.n , v. -i:
. .u.ij.rt.n in urn a uu nnu uilllieirt.
i Telephone in
advance to insure
Lerch & Greve, wall paper and
paint store, will help you select any
EAGLES HOLD BIG
PICNIC AT GROVE
The Fagles' annual stag picnic will be held tomorrow. Sunday.
Aug 18, at Eagles' grove on th Watch Tower line. An interesting
program of amusements has beP arranged for the dy and some ex
cellent prizes, will be given away, among them a tailor made suit or
overcoat as the lucky person rai desire, an Eagles' gold pin and
other valuai le. All Eagles are invited to come and enjoy the day.
Sack, No. 8 It
j of the 1912 designs In wall paper for
;your home. 2002 Fourth avenue,
I Bartlett Bros. teat oHee. apices.
extracts and Daklng powders have dj
pur-jequaj Cne thousand people are or-
dering bom us daily.
The Loyal Order of Moose will have
another big class initiation In their
lodge rooms Monday evening. Be
tween 25 and 30 are expected to be
taken In at the meeting.
Dunsmore and O'Connell smoke
house and billiard parlors, corner of
Twentieth street and Fourtn ave-
nue. Every brand of good cigars and
an hinns or smoKers supplies.
Souders Laundering company at
601-503 Twelfth street. This laundry
is equipped with the very latest mod
ern machinery, turning out work that
Is not surpassed by any laundry In
Mueller Lumner company will en
able you to build a fine bouse or barn
out of the choicest select lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleas
ed to learn the low prices they are
The Boston Shoe company shoe
store will please and satisfy your
wants in reliable . up-to-date foot
wear, giving you solid comfort and
long wear. You will tell your
T. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store.
Is having a big tradd on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock fooa
for horses, cattle, bogs, sheep and
all kinds of poultry. It makes the
bens lay every day.
Kaln and Keiuhardt cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron
izeu. Everything iu tobaccos, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
lhl. K. Wllcher. the leading tin
and Elicet metal worker. It will pay
mvii tn lej.rri about tha Weir furnm.
i i .., o. r.r,..toiinn ,,f ivinv
the greatest heat and consumes
about eric-half lens coal.
E. 13. Lamp, plumbing, steam and
hot water beating, gas fitting.
efficient knowledge of the business
Justly entitles him to your patronage.
His shop has all modern equipments.
Everything in vluiubing supplies.
Math's bakery confectionery
store, the finest In the trl-cltlea.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beat. Most
jeoplo say they are superior to any
Lome baking. Let tbein serve you.
W. L. Gansert's randy factory.
Rock Island's most important Indus
try. Chocolates, creams aud cara
n els are sold br all first class con
fectioners and grocers. Call for
Ganeeri'a and get the purest and besL
M. R. Iglehart marble and granite
works save you the middleman's
profits. From 15 to 25 per cent saved
on every monument and all kinds of
monumental work. Call at our shop
on Second avenue and see for your
self. The Rock Island Lamner and Man
ufacturing company, lumber and
DulldiDg material for all purposes,
houses, barns, granaries. We will
give you an opportunity to save a big
cini. lei us be or service to
by band and put up In a carton in-
1 aunng work. Delivered to you tn
i good condition. We guarantee no
cr;.cKed collars or cuns. City Steam
.Auntrv fi, m, p.iinn 117
! D'!n tr''et-
! Improving sight. That's what our
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. ( ' ws rid arn . 1 1 1 'y ir - - v 1 1 r i t- a
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wrong with your eyes at all you
thould have thence examined at once.
Small charge for proper glasses. Con
sultation free at Fred lileuors, the