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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
Dear Mr. Thompson: I am a girl
of IS and have had a steady fellow i
for two and a half years. I am in '
love with him and he tod me he;
loves me but I would not pretend to
believe Mm &e boys are so fickle. I
sent him a leap year valentine for'
a joke iind khor'Iy ifter he asked me
to marry him. I laughed at him and
d.d riot give him any answ r. His
folks 'Link tt.e world of me arid want
mi- to ar-k him to rail. !
You tff, one night he told me he '
rouid not see m- ur.'il Sunday, as he
1 tome 200 children in white attire sing-:
ing the spirited music of the Soldiers
Chorus from Faust with words suit
able to this story of ancient times.
Following them appear the throngs of
men and women in rich oriental garb.
Lastly comes the fine white horse
escorted by armor bearers in glitter
ing battle array and dancing flower
maidens. There was a surety and in
terested earnestness upon the part of
soloists and chorus alike last night
that foretells a delightful performance
next week. There has been a very
large sale of tickets by subscription. j
MISS EDNA SCHNEIDER. r AUG li
ter of Mrs. Louise Schneider. 1524
hav hPt. Anr tr. th hnv'. ri.ri. : i ninj secona sireei. ana r reu spur-
neB6? Or is it best to hold my own I n ot Moline wel"e united in marriage
telf respect and resent it? Is my ; at noon to!a? at tn" parsonage of the
husband doing right for the bov. to 1 sfnd Congregational church. Moline.
allow him to speak disrespectful- to ReT- R s- Kaney officiating. They were
me? I have never been anvthicit but ! accompanied by Miss Frieda Lohse and
kind to hi hut cmnotimp. nnt ienre I Walter Schneider, a brother of the j g
erases to be a virtue. TROUBLED. 1 room. Mr. and Mrs. Sporrey left this
Speak to your husband and tell him
afternoon for the east and upon their :
"If you don't we n.e until th'-u vou he should show it to the boy and
won't s-e me at all." ;ind h did not. I command his 6on to be a gentlei
I met him twice fir.ee and he haa at least, and pay you the courtesy.
as prepared a nome ror nis Dnue. .vir.
I Sporrey is advertising manager for
I tkA Cn,,.'... T". - 11.1: ' 11 ..1
a girl but still thinks the same of me. 'hat be would give to any lady. Ab;- " . . - ocu.u
T I ... i ... i..:.. . i .... 1 ry t, n hi.v TViti trtnM him I l " O -
nr in i.u if 11 i: " niv- 11 11 i H-n "' wit; w k cv.v u.u..
tryiriL' hard to tn h rn not to. He clever answers to his "smart" re
rrnriH if fi?t- w ir'i r. - and I 's' ung" , marks. Laugh at him when you ran.
Vim v:i,,iiM t '. ii Ki.r, i ..... V.'h n it is not a lauehlce matter.
for wha-' I hav, donr-'arrl ask him to ho.v by your dignity that, he has over- j en,rt5lne1 thcorp tTJm Rtoc
call o me? WINIFUKD. stepped the line of genf.emanliness. i anf Davenport yesterday after-
, iio fa r.rot.ahu- anai-v that hi fath- r'n at the Masonic temple. From
Tt rerms to m that vou have been 1 He 18 probably angry tnat his lain- a,,,H-H 9? u-.m
ra-h-r nr ki-,d i . to er P another woman into his moth- i"18 c"y 36 Iadle8 ended. 22 went
ra.h.r ur.ki.id. A n.l an- t to v , from Davenport and 63 of the Moline
keep on hurt.n, a mans f.e;!,g8 and " j members were present. A program of
hold him .oval -o h.T at the samp,'0 niB nur j instrumental and vocal music and a
till!"'. . ... 'Talk hv Vra T O Tlolr
near Mrs. Thompson: I am terrmiy i - "
i , v . to the national encampment in Cali-
1 ' -1 !"' .... . fornia U-nn fflVfin Thfipo u-aa o .rn
to think a lot or me. He poes to worn " .-.. - .
at 5: so a. m. Then he goes to work test ,n hlch Ml8S L1Ilian Cox of this ;
at another place at 6 p. m. and works, clt-v took the Pze for making the
.,r.,;i 11 no v.nt. mo to Ht .nii;"105' words from the letters in the
Is Your Roof Waterproof?
You should find out before the cold weather
comes. Don't put it off any longer.
ET US GIVE YOU OUR PRICES ON REPAIRING
It may be cheaper than you think.
We Guarantee All Our Work
Cornices, skylights, ventilating, steel ceilings and furnace work.
MOLINE CORPS ENTERTAINS.
THE MOLINE WOMAN'S RELIEF
If h! family likes ou. fell Us moth-1
er you are norrv !,r ha . it.;
Inconsiderate of him. She proh
ably tell him Liid h- will uj-k to call
cn jcmi. If ou reii v love l.irn you
will think of Lib f-l.t.jrs us w.'i a3
your o n.
Illinois Cornice & Sheet Metal Works
2518 Fifth Avenue V
Rock Island, Illinois
,...t marf (f I rtnn-t hut he never I " " "a tuuiu nenei corps. me
answers as he says he hasn't time. Moline ladies served a nice lunch and grandmothers were nrotected
. " the afternoon was TmKKoil vn nic. 1 VJur Frauamoiners were protectea
wn cn l Know is true, snouia l con- , r 1 ftanehr
tinue to write to him? : , """"" no m tu-
lerxain tne otner two circles some
time after the new year.
Dear Mrs Thon.pson: I n.;irried one
year aro a rr.an of my own npe.
who has a daughter of 12 and a son
of 14. T!:" daurht-r if uihiatit.', tl.
Hon a f. ne hoy. Just at the aee that
he thinks It smart to dictate, criti-
CITIES MAKE CHAPERON NECESSARY
If you ar not engaged to marry
him. why do you need to write to him
at all? Let him get mad. He is
rlze. dipmiTe alniorf everything I Fay rather too busy to be much of a lover.
and do His fjihcr i.ewr i-ecmn t
notlc. never rebukes him f r so do
ing. Should 1 humbly bubtiiit, as I
MISS ANNA MGRATH, DA UG li
ter of Mrs. Sarah McGrath. 1S10U
avenue, and Charles O. Sam
ers, although they did not, per
haps, know the meaning of the word
They belonged to communities
where families were united by the
ties of old friendship and where the
hiKtory of every young man who paid
court to a young woman was practi-
' .1 . . I . 1 1 rf '
(want a husband who Is at home not ue,gon gQn Samuelson i calIy an open book' B? thia knowl
qute Ave hours out of the 24. j of Thirty-second street, were married edge the Rirl was Ar many
DECEPTION TO TRI-CITY LADIES.
THE SI'ACIUL.S KLCEI'TIU.N
room and parlors of Fejervary park
Inn werw the bu ilt- of a very pretty
rtcfpiic.ii (.1 ' Mir ia ;:f:ernoon, Mrs.
Kdward IliirJe Lull u!id Miss Ger
trude Lruu!i;aii n.fi laming souie -UU
vt more of their Irlemls between the
hours of :i and ti o lock The hostens
Hi'eiel liloin). .!rh Hall was dretstei
In a pink satin K"'i n.ade jiaiinier ef
fect, with oer ilrrhH ol black chant illy
lace. Miss lira:.';ni was Iu a black
and white nowu of voile over white
silk with trlunuli.;: of unite lace and a
tcuch of pl".k. Aitin;' in entertain
1rjr w re Mrs il'.iai i Vatrinan,
Mrs. Henry Mattli.y. Mrs. Alfred
Muuller. Mrs I. 1. Sears. Mrs. V. 11.
Frlder. Mrs S. 11 I.nflerty, Mrs. It. E.
Martin. Mlts flrrn-e A men. Miss Ruth
lloyte of HiirLti. loua. aT,tl Mrs J"hn
Tanner. The di-coratloim wen- in the
jellows and browns of n'ltuinn. the in
dividual tallies where refreshments
were served in the (lii;tir ro'iin hav-
i Thursday evening at St. Joseph's
Catholic church. Dean J. J. Quinn offi
ciating. The bridal couple w as unat- j
tended. The bride wore a gown of
Hue marquisette over blue satin with
which she wore a picture hat. A wed
d!ng supper was served at the home of
the bride following the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Samuelson will make their
home at 4315 Sixth avenue after
Nov. 1. Mr. Samuelson is emDloved at
centerpiece was a mound of wedding : A"Kustuana Book concern and his
!,el!s and carnations. The lunch which ride hf," been employed at the Pari
us served carried out the color j don WaH paper 8tore-
x ti' ii.e, trip Bandwienp'S, caKes, ices,
?!.. linp heart shaped with garnish-
me iwuurrc ms BiveU a uu.uB , I
and from a fish pond drew out many:'" """""
.. ... ,hrM ! Nov" th yn lad,e8 Planning
of the temptations and dangers which
! assail those who must deal with men
: about whom they know nothing.
The daughter of today has a thous
and ways in which to escape conven
tionality and which were unknown to
her mother's girlhood, and it Is these
ways which the mother must guard.
Today In our big cities young girls
are not safe when they go unchaper
oned with men who are not tried and
tested by long friendship. And men
who are up-to-date and worth while
will never resent the insistence on
chaperonage when they ask to take
a young girl to some public place
from which they must return late at
night or spend many hours in reach
ing and returning.
The average daughter will not sub
mit tamely to what she considers ty
rannical surveillance, but, the moth
er who has the Interest of her daugh
ter at heart will guard her from gos
sip and will offer pleasures which
shall make the home attractive and
a center for her daughter's amuse
ments. Only with men whom she
knows to be worthy of confidence shall
she trust, her daughter.
L'ntil the girl reaches years of dis
cretion and balance, she must be pro
tected by her mother's watchfulness
and knowledge of the world.
ST. KATHEKINE'S SCHOOL ALITM-
nae will give a benefit dance at the
for one of the elaborate social events
of the season. The patronesses are
1 Mrs. T. N. Morrison, Mrs. Joe R.
Lane. Mrs. Henry Vollmer, Mrs. Na
thaniel French. Mrs. W. L. Allen, Mrs.
; Mathilda Koehler. Mrs. Henry Mat
they. Mrs. Henry F. Petersen, Mrs. C.
M Waterman and Mrs. J. F. Lard-
rer of Davenport and Mrs. Charles
Stephens of Moline. The reception
committee which has all details of ar
rangement in charge. Is composed of
THE KOfK ISLAND CHAPTER, the Misses Eugeaia Robeson and Jen-
Onier of the Eastern Star has been nette Lane. Mrs. Harry Evans and
ii.vit.ed by the Milan chapter to par- Miss Helen Waterman.
t-ietpate in an initiatory service ia
that village neit Tuesday evening. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY.
tests, in which Nellit.' Peterson took
iiie prizes in the wedding breakfast
'-aniv. Mi;- Tiegreeu won the favor
tor fiiidinu states in sentences, and
Mii-s Ellen Olson received the prizes
for guessing the pictures in a large
cv.iniposi'e photograph. Musical num
bers v.'re !:iven by the guests and the
lime passed most pleasautly.
O. E. S. TO GO TO MILAN.
Bits of Scripture
MARK 10 : 46-52.
And they came to Jericho: and
he went out of Jericho with his dis
ciples and a great number of people,
blind Bariimaeus, the son of Tiniaeus,
sat by the wayside bagging.
and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30
a m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
at 6:45 p. m.
First Methodist, corner. Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. T3.
Newland, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Epworth league at 6:45
p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. Charles Hawkins, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Services at
10:46 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Wnyman African M. E. (colored),
corner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and
Thirteenth street. W. H. Saunders,
pastor. Communion and , quarterly
meeting at 11 a. m. and Rev. Daniels
presiding elder will preach. At 3 p. m.
Rev. Mr. Boyd of Moline will preach.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. ni. 8 p. m.
preaching by Rev. Mr. Daniels, love
feast and quarterly meeting Monday
German Methodist, corner Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Thcophtlus Kies, pastor. Sunday school
.it 9:15 a. ni. Services at 10:45 a. m
and 7:30 p. m. Epworth league at 7
Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. H. C. Willing,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
CHARM IIVC FROCK OF
etreet and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J.
Forsherg, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
German Evangelical, Ninth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev.
38 ! F. J. Rolf, pastor. Sunday school at
a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m. and or The Savior's Iove."
7.30 p. m. 'ject, "Winning Souls."
Grace English Lutheran, corner Ldgewood Baptist, corner Forty-
Seventh avenue and Fortv-fourth fourth street and nnn avenue, hun
First Baptist, corner Third avenue
and Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W.
Reed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a m. Services at 10:45 a. m.'and 7:30
p. m. Morning subject. "The Secret
J I iivv
A mmfr irp
And when he heard that it was Blreet. Rev. Ira O. Not hstein,' pastor, d ay school at 9:30 a. m. Rev. J. M
leg centerpiece bouquets of rhry- Oct. 22. The local members who will i MISS AGNES M'GILL AND HER
rnrilhi-i'iimin. principally In the wbi'e
v. h i hi
bronze and i-o'i!
f:1liuv var'ejtiif eil iri the auTurnri tn.ts.
"Iturned :!! the r.niiiis . i " 1 1 the
quests were a number of lidies from
bi yond the city, luiudinn M's. Cross
of New Y. Tk. re.M M's C. R
r'nlcr: Vr S'bi'.t.T of St Louis,
with Miss A'T'i's; V U,,t of H:ir-
(-"chnfer of I'ort It,
I'owell 'f ViiFcn'ir.
Ire Mt'd Mrs Bert
i w ith Mrs Snider
MU - ' " " fit wt.-tl V M)
Mi, , I;,. ), . ,, j. ....... ,,f the
former VM I-'i r-i ti , t y.ree st"r-
iti'V nf'' Toetl Tl,"r'' ;e.' 1 f" yoM'H
I ii'rs ;l n Tn : . l1:1 s.wtT if
Verier i' 'l t'ir i Ti' rn"i. wlins"
11-t i T I : 'I i " ' 1' w s 1 - an event
rf veV - T'.e I, , n'lti-
' ' " !' -m'1 ! iv s ar.d
fri'n-i t1,, (O-rt.i- fv ir "v
1-rl ! ' "-- were sed to trim
the riwte ' r, ''!
tvf tr'"' '. ' ' ' . ! V s' r-"' ni
f s of i . ; , i ' , i ' In" s et'nd
i d to f r , r ' ' ?'. rooms.
F.ftocri ef l 'i'V ar 1 wlr.'e bear's
attend are asked to meeit at the cor-; twin brother, George McGill. yester
iii r of Seventeenth street and Second, day celebrated their 20th birthday an
.ie;m.' in time to take the 7 o'clock niversary. Iast evening a company of
?.':i..n cur I 25 friends called at their home, 1408
T i,- O. K. S. has Ju it completed th-! Seventh 6treet. to help them celebrate,
canvass of the returns from the sa'.e ; There were games of various kinds,
"f s.-;.ts a- the Empire theatre Sept. s Jackson and Robert Fisher taking
-0 ami they rind that they realized tnp favors. Many pretty gifts were,
?llt .r.' as a result of selling tickets i lpft- During the evening a nice lunch- i
for the d.iy. They wish in this way ,'n was served. j
'o i hank the public for its patronage
mid especially the L. S. McCabe & Co. j
for the donation of the tickets. The
icu.'-y will be applied to the pledge
i' 1. l y !,e (). K. S. to the new Ma
: o: i'- t. 'uple.
REHEARSAL OF AHASUERUS.
K( K ISLAM) AND MOLINE SING-
rs r.ni:e,l 1;it nht at the Moline
fir.-t complete stage
'erus. Even that j
; taxed to accom- ;
! of participants.
Nearly 'i i. appear i!. 'he one fcene of ;
the third act when Mordecal Is led on ;
l.o: si buck 'iiroe.gh the streets of Baby
ion w'th liaman, at the kings com-;
inand, i to. luiming "Honer to Morde-i
cai." It. begins wiih the entrance cf j
1 , V . W 1. . i . . I
Bua m ueBau io ci.v uui, j Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Services
and say, Jesus, thou son of David, j at 10:45 a m and 7:45 p m
have mercy on me. I First Swedish Lutheran, corner
And many charged him that he j Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue.
snouia noiu his peace: but he cried tne Services at 10:45 a. m. a:.d 7:45 p. m.
tli' at re for
n h' arsal of
i in in rise s'a
T'l"linte the mil;
BAPTIST LADIES' COFFEE.
THE OCTOBER COFFEE OF THE
ladies of the First Baptist churah was
he'd yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J. J. Ingram. 705 Seventeenth
ttreet and there was a very large at
tendance. The ladies spent the after
noon in a delightful social way and
they were served to lunch
GAMMA ALPHA PHI SORORITY.
THE GAMMA ALPHA PHI SOROR
i'y met last evening with Miss Cora
Emery, l20 Fourth avenue. After the
I usiness meeting refreshments were
served and a social time enjoyed. In
two weeks a Hallowe'en party will be
beld at the home of Miss Rose Carnes,
2S33 Seventh avenue.
more a great deal. Thou son of David,
1 have mercy on me.
And Jesus stood still and comniand
: ed him to be called. And they call
1 the bind man saying unto him. Be
of good comfort, rise; he call"th thee.
And he, casting away hig garment,
rose, and came to Jesus.
And Jesus answered and said unto
him. What wilt thou that I should do
unto thee? The blind man said unto
him. Lord, that I might receive my
And Jesus said unto him. Go thy
way; thy faith hath made thee whole, ai 9:15 a. m. George Hull, superin-
Lloyd, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. in.
and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty-first
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school
at 10:30a. m. . Services at 7:30 p. 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.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic,
1 wenty-elghth street and Fifth avenue
termediate Christian Endeavor at 6:30 Rov. J. F. Lockney, rector. Masses at
p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 1 1:15 and 10:30. Catechism at 2 p. m.
p. ni. VesperB and benediction at 3 p. m. ev-
Second Christian, corner Sixth street rry Sunday and holy day.
and Thirteenth avenue. Sunday school St. Mary's Roman Catholic, corner
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. Ph. Wil
helm pastor. Services at 11 a. m.
Memorial Christian, corner Third
avenue and Fifteenth street. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Senior and In-
And immediately he received his sight,
and followed Jesus in the way.
Trinity Episcopal church. Nine
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Granvlile H. Sherwood, rector. Ser
vices at 7:30 a. m., 10:45 a. m. and
7.30 p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran
tendent. Services at 10:45 a. in.
Third Christian, Fourteenth avenue
and Thirty-ninth street. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m; Dr. J. H. Nichols, super
intendent. Bible school at 9:30 a. m.
Services at 7 p. m.
Central Presbyterian, corner of I
Fourteenth street and Tenth avenue.
Of Fourth avenue and Twenty-Becond
street. Father Adolph Geyer, pastor.
Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner
Second avenue and Fourteenth street.
Dean J. J. Quinn, rector; Rev. Wil
liam P. Cleary, assistant. Masses at
7:30, 8:30. 9;30 and 10:30 a. m.
St. Paul's Belgian Catholic, Twenty
fourth street and Eighth-and-a-half av-
Here is a charming rrock nf currant-red
satin. Heavy ecru cord lace
forms the front panel and epaulette
sections and cuffs; the forearm panel
portions of the sleeves and the tucker
are of draped chiffon to match thu
material. Belt of purple satin finished
by a gauze roBe with green velvet
leaves. The skirt Is draped up In a
puffed tunic, which runs downward
towardB the back.
Dr. Hart man's Plain Talk to Young Men
My ',;i:i t. !' to yung tr.. n In my
!at arii'ie I'jtuly t r.i :-ht or' n..iii
responses from out n n: n 1 Like th s
means of ; i;.-w wi- (. n briefly. f"r
the bene?.' if u'l.or "';!; men who
did not r:.e m. o;,, wi 'er says
i was greasy n.fresiid n our
talk to xout.g iii.i.. 1 wish 1 ws
strong and wei! as you d,. scribe your
Mif to I e 1 am ni'i:.: to bi.ti:! at
ence and follow your ad.Uv ai.d t;-.ke
care of mys'lt I on.cb to. 1 ;!!
.uit th-. use of h'.l s".:m'iKin's. 'ci and
of!e. go to bed rl. I i! take the
ci M w.itcr towel bath every morning.
I .st I.) i: e t.i be ol.l and useful. I ke
Joi:. And 1 s'i.i'1 a:so ke p Feruna at
bu''J. i lirlit ailmei.ts as
tht t.ih ,.: .-'. 1 thar.k you in the
of ether young
tills n:e with gratitude and enthusiasm.
I wan: to help you. Write me any
tirr, you wish and I will consider your
h tier strictly confidential and give you
pron pt reply. Follow the advice I gave
in my rtic.e. Whenever you have
occasion to consult me further do not
hesitate. Let us be friends. If you
will be obedient to me as a son ought
to be 1 wl'.l be faithful and true to you
ii a father ought to be
ori iy. S. B. Hartman; M. D. Colum
I'e ru na. Man-a-lin and I-a-cu-pia
manufactured by the Pe-ru-na com
par.y. Columbus. Ohio. Sold at all
ir.:: s'i res.
.itne of i Lie -:i::'is
fc!l. LKC !!!' ,1. '
! VI i:s ''' r I ri pld
My d '.ii Be: I cannot tell ou
.c' ri'iih good our le'ter has done
E e. To Vr.ow that i am arousine the
SURPRISFD BY FRIENDS.
MR. AND MRS SCHROETHER OF
Lincoln court were pleasantly Eurprls-j
ed by 40 of their friends la6t evening.
Five hundred was played at sii tables j B
with honors falling to Mr. and Mrs. j i
Barbon and C. Kersh and Mrs. Hed-
brg. Refreshments were served. I
CHARITY WORKERS SEW. !
THE LITTLE CHARITY WORKERS
tpent a busy afternoon yesterday sew
ing at the home of Miss .Martha Ri
dell. $17 Fourteenth street. After the
ewin? mwrirp Ihl hnclACC carvajt v- ! M
yours Sin- freshments. The little ladies will 3
niwt next week wi;h Miss Sophia
Horblit. 1435 Twelfth street. 1
1 1 Vgyg
cr r stove u-u
The meeting of th- Minis
terial alliance that was to have been
SPECIAL NOTICE: Many person 6 held last Monday morning was posf-in-iuire
for ihe Old-time Peruna. They poned because of the absence from
want the IVruna that their fathers the city of many of the members. The
m.d n-.otrers used to take. The old meeting will be held next Monday
i . rat . now called Katarno. If your morning at 10 o'clock in the 6tudy of
dniceist or dealer do-s not keep it for the First Methodist church. Dr H. W.
sale r:'e the Katarno compary. Co-' Peed cf the First Baptist church will
lumhu'--. hio. and they will tell you rive a racer on th snhiart "n-.n..
oua ;a tutu.a of r.gut living a. I about it. t Artv; iltrni.t J i of Modern ThouehL"
and a4! to vonr ailvarwar witn our
f r-ccjjpor j . thitjiof tt;fmiiTWm.
i.- ?rr A Hon Mivtfwar gma for
C-Z Si on PoiUh
Itmkea ;ct-h. tlwut
u. N-vr fifr.vftM! Never m'ia
(hoit to uc ABk anj drMa.
To Scuro TREE
Oip oct thia axWgtiaa
m"4 end u toaw
f9r fcue and a-
if yuu vncL.
00b Carrei' r , butfl
? j Si
FA i ai
enue. Rev. J. W. Smiera. nastor. Mata
Rev. Marion Humphreys, pastor. Sun-at s m
day school at 9:15 a. m. Christian En-
deavor at"6:3 lp. m Services at 10:45 WEgT END SETTLEMENT
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme , ,
"The Daily Association of the Super-: U eBt Sunday school 700 Fifth
ratural with the Natural." Evening , ,reet- h11 ' 11 J:3 p' m'
theme. "The Marks of the Young Man ! lryeT''t!m.T Wednesday evening at
of Today Who Will Become the Man a Iiarker' uPintendei.t.
Broad way Presbyterian, corner of SCIENTIST
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave- first Church of Christ, Scientist,
cue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor; Rev. 835 Twenty third street. Sunday ser-
W. G. Oglevf, assistant. Sun- j vlre at 10:4. a. m.; subject of sermon,
day school at 9:15 a. ni. Services at j la "Doctrine of Atonement." Suu-i
10:45 and 7:30. Young People's meet-; day school after regular service.!
Jjlng at 6:30 p. m. Morning theme, 1 v fdnesday evening testimonial me.et-
"Echoes from the Synod." Evening1 U1B i-3 P-i ne cnurcn maintains a ;
subject "Ahasuerus' Folly and Queen ! free reading room in the People's Na-1
DEDICATES NEW CHURCH
The Illinois Presbyterian synod
which has been In session at Cham
paign concluded its meetings Thurs
day evening after one of the most suc
cessful synods in its history. The
new Presbyterian church at Cham
paign was dedicated at this time. This
church was organized three yearB ago
and recently ground was secured and
a church was erected that, the stu
dents of the Presbyterian faith aU
tending the state university might
have a place to worship. The church
has a membership of 700 students who
however, do not withdraw their mem
bership from their home church but
transfer it for the time they are stu
dents. The property has a valuation
of 11,1. 000 including an endowment of
$60,000. The dedicatory services were
held Thursday night.
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tional bank building, which Is open
every week day from 2 to 5 p. m. and !
every Saturday evening from 7 to 8 i
o'clock. All authorized literature on
Christian Science may be read or pur- i o
Esther's Victory." The lord's supper
will be celebrated at the morning ser
vice. South Park Presbyterian, corner of
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue,
In connection with Broadway Presby
terian church. Rev. W. G. Ogletee.
Wvii-f - "V S ' lianlnr Rihle school n m a n I 1TTPB n A V oaiputc
1 e J . . e ., -' ' - ' ' ' " ' ' j
f'; i-'Pu c 'lelandT-Superintendent. Young Peo-, Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day
Vn ip!e'8 BOcifc,v a1 6:45 p m. Evening Saints (Utah Mormons). I. O. O. F.
services at 7:30 p. m. j ball in .London building. Sunday
Aiken street chapel, Aiken street, j school at 2 p. m. Preaching service at
South Hock Island Sunday school at 8:15 p. m. John Frank, presiding
2:30 p. m. J. H. Cleland, superintend-j elder.
ent emeritus. A. W. Coulter, superin-
tendent. I All the news all the time Tha
United Presbyterian, Third avenue I A-rjua.
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