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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912. 7
THE HUB, L R. CRANE, Prop., 1801-1803 2nd, Ave., Rock Island.
THE HUB, L R. CRANE, Prop., 1801-1803 2nd, Ave., Rock Island.
THE HUB, L. R. CRANE, Prop., 1801-1803 2nd, Ave., Rock Island.
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That's the only way for you to know how little it takes to
buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat at the
mE must vacate this building within a very short time. Tomorrow will
hub storeo? jSJt of org"less price cuffing. For every dollar you bring to the
HUB STORE, you will get two and often three times its value! Every article or garment in the store must go and THEY WILL GO, if Hcriflce prices
will move them! Tomorrow bargains on suits, overcoats and furnishings will be the greatest yet you cannot afford to miss them!
Men's Fine Suits
Buy Your Overcoat Now
TOMORROW we place on sale over 200
MEN'S FINE SUITS, made of elegant serges,
worsteds, cassimeres, etc., silk or mohair lined.
Scores of pretty weaves or shades to choose
from. Made on the conservative or now English models. These are
genuine $20 and $25 suits and FOR QUICK SALE we have arranged
them in three lots
You should see the OVERCOATS that
will go on sale tomorrow. Magnificent coats
made of all wool meltons, kerseys, broadcloths
and English mixtures. Models have plain or
belted backs, velvet, auto or ulster collars. Every garment sewed with
silk and splendidly lined throughout with serge or satin. These are
regular $20 and $25 coats. Arranged in 'three big lots for tomorrow.
B S14.98, SI 1.98 and
Cotton Sweater Coats
Wool Sweater Coats
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JU. "EL, . CKLANEr.
1801-1803 . 2nd. Ave. R0CK.I5LANB
$14.98, $11.98 and
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i OSTY CHURCHES
BISHOP OF QU1NCY DIOCESE,
WHO WILL PRESIDE AT SYNOD
Tn Eo Held Wednesday Even
ing ViU Preceed Big Lay
The hurt lies of Hock Inland will
i. ;.!!' in a gteat union prayer service
I .i:i rr. w night at the First Metho-
liur h. currier Fifth avenue and
t. . :.'h street. This is the big
.,.,.?(,... preliminary to the great con
:iin of the laymen, which Is to
t '.. i : t.t the hurrh beginning next
S ii-in;. Dr. W. K. King of Monmouth
r; feciired to address the meet
Li.T . s will be a fair sam-
! -!:Lt, ..i what may be ex-
. - U i! in the convection sessions.
" Kii.g is the chairman of the
i.i.in !-e on foreign missions of the
l.iui.iis synod of the Presbyterian
Lurch, lie wan a member of tbo
r'-' campaign tuur party which
tour of the mission startons
' te world. Dr. C. K. Uradt. the
I .'Id frretary cf the board of for-
ifU mibslcms and Dr. Heherd, pas
tut of the Presbyterian church of
Waterloo, were the other members
f thU pany with Dr. King. These
gentlemen visited and Inspected the
fi'telgn inifHion stations of various
lii.rrlics in all lands in their Journey
i.l brouRht back with them a vast
fund of up-to-date ami reliable infor
CiLtlou on the subject of missions.
Dr. King's address tomorrow night
MAGICAL EFFECT OF
NEW FACE PEELER
(Woman's National Journal)
To n.a'.utaln a clear rosy, youthful
complexion, there is nothing so sim
ple to use and yet so effective as or-d-tary
tuercollzed wax, which you can
t-'t t at any drug store. Just apply tn
vax ht night as you would cold
ream; in the morning wash it off
Mth warm water. If you've- never
tried it you can't imagine the mag
lal effect of this harmless home
t eatmeat. The mercollde In the wax
caures the worn-out scarf skin to
come off in minute particles, a little
st a time, and soon you have entirely
tiied the offensive cuticle. The fresh
oui:g underskin now In evidence Is
fro healthy and girlish looking, so free
from any appearance of artificiality,
ou wonder why you had not heard
of this marvelous complexion-renewing
secret long ago.
To get rid of your wrinkles, here's
s formula that 1s wonderfully effect
Ire; one ounce powdered saxolite,
dissolved in one-half pint witch ha
rel. Bathe the face In this and you
III be simply astonished at the re
lults, even after the first trlalv (Ad-rertWement.)
j RT. REV. M. EDWARD FAWCETT.
MEET AT TRINITY
Synod of Quincy Diocese Con.
venes Tomorrow for Two
Church Congress to Convene in Chicago
will be of an Inspirational sort and i morrow night, which will be addresa
Ebould be heard by an ut:;ence than j ed by Rev. J. L. Vance, pastor of the
will fill the church auditorium. The,' United Presbyterian church, and Field
- oie espetiauy in. necreiary t. j. Michel of Chlcaro
vlted, but the women are also emert
ed in large numbers.
Registrations are beginning to come
in rrom outside cities
In addition to the bie
Sunday afternoon and evening In the
First Methodist church, t hfr will
and towns in ru&&a metin
Already they port and Moline in the aTternoon Sun-
are in from Mola, Davenport. Burling- day and a Swedish mass meeting at
ton. Monmouth. Chiraen Mnitn an. a n,.i.r n n
" ..uBuou.uB vuncec l o p. nx. union
is, Aledo. Massbach and Savanna, ! mass meetings for women URT fcTo
n from this time on it Is expected i be held in the afternoon and evening
they will arrive from all nun r.t s..nHo ,v, . . , .
wuu.m. LUC Il( M 1 11 f 1 1 1 ' 1 I 1 n IT I
ttc 13 counties in Illinois and ten j ing held In the Central Presbyterian "T tad Inllammatory
- . - o tun per- , ii.urcn ana ine evening meeting in
f.cular fields from which delegations i the First Christian church. Conven-
Tho 3Cth annual meeting of the
synod of the diocese of Quinry of the
Episcopal church will open at Trinity
chapel tomorrow morning with the
celebration of the holy communion at
7:30 and 9 o'clock. The opening ser
vice of the synod w ill be held at 10:30
o'clock, at which time Rt. Rev. T. N.
Morrison, D. D., of Davenport, bishop
of the Iowa diocese, will preach the
sermon. Evening prayer will be at
7:30, and the address will be deliver
ed by Rev. J. M. Davidson of Macomb,
general missionary of the diocese, who
will speak on the theme, "Missionary
Problems in the Diocese."
Thursday morning the celebration of
the holy communion will be held at
7:30 o'clock in the chapel, and morn
ing prayer will be said at 9 o'clock in
the chapel. Business sessions will be
held Wednesday afternoon jjt 2 o'clock
and Thursday morning at the parish
The program of services has been ar
ranged by the bishop of the diocese,
Rt. Rev. M. Edward Fawcett of Quin
cy. Local arrangements are in the
hands of the pastor, Rev. G. H. Sher
wood, and his committees.
The various churches of the diocese
will send delegates and alternates,
and a large number of people will be
entertained during the two days' ses
sion. Visitors will be entertained at
the homes of the members of the par
ish and they will be given breakfast
and dinner, but the noon-day luncheon
will be served at the New Harper.
Delegates and alternates elected to
represent Trinity church are: Dele
gates, J. F. Hodges. A. E. Lamp. J.
M. Kaiser, Herman Appelquist end
C. H. Castetter; alternates, Walter
Terbury, R. Q. Hudson, R. H. Dart,
A. J. Llndstrom and Fred Feltham.
Family Theatre, Moline.
Coming Thursday, Dr. Carl Herman
Chicago, Nov. 12. United ProteBian
isin is to have visible exemplification
in Chicago. Representatives of 32 de
nomination's, representing over l,000v
0u0 church members, are to meet
here Dec. 3 to 10 in the second quad
rennial federal council of the Churches
of Christ In America.
Vnited Protestanism is not to bo
construed, so the leaders of the new
movement declare, as a demonstration
against the Roman Catholic church,
but only as a union of all the denom
inations which are willing to join in
it. A united Christian church includ
ing all Christian believers is the ul
A town of 1,000 Inhabitants and 13
churches, suchas now sometimes ex
ists, will no longer be possible when
church federation is complete.
Here are some of the things claimed
to have been achieved either by the
national or local church federations,
which il'.ustrate the work, for which
the federal council was founded:
Appointment of Chicago's vice com
mission by former Mayor Busse.
Ending divorce mill in South Da
kota. Sfopping of gambling In New York
state under Governor Hughes.
Calling off of a Sabbath carnival at
San Pedro, Cal., when the American
fleet under Admiral Evans arrived.
Amicable partition of Alaska and
I'orto Rico among the different de
nominations. A closer union of organized labor
with the churches, effective temper-
ance legislation and reform. Interna-!
tional arbitration and peace, uniform -marriage
and divorce laws, and the
(Continued on Page Nine.)
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
aionon I Mia of Lebanon, in
tiou speakers will speak at all these
Arrangements were made last night i meetings. An important meeting of
to have a representative of the regis- the executive committee to consider
ttatlon committee in all the churches ' many of the details of the conrentlon
of Moline at the mid-week meetings! as held at the Rock Island club this
on Thursday evening and it la ex- roon.
pected that a large number of dele- Field Secretary F. J Michel of Chl
gates will be lined up in these meet- cago will arrive in Rock Island tomor
lngs. Preparations have also been i row morning to assist Executive Sec-n-.ade
for a union meeting to be held : n trv riar.n it, h; , .
rheumatism In every muscle and loin
ker suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, hut
received no benefit until ah tiled Dr.
Detchon'a Relief for Rheumatism. It
gave Immediate relief acd she was able
to walk In three days. I am an pa It
aaed her life.- Bold br Otto Gnuhx
1501 Second aTenne, Rock Island, and
A Traveling Agricultural Display
A 75-foot railroad car specially designed and decorated to exhibit products of the
Great and Fertile Northwest. Prepared and sent out by the North.-rn Pacific Railway to
SHOW YOU what is being raised by prosperous farmers and fruit growers in the rich
states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Moute.na, Montana, Idaho. Washington and
"TC"H A T w
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In this car yon will see what you could do If you were located along the Scenic High
way In the Lant!of Fortune.
You could farm by intensive methods on irrigated land, or you could "dry farm" on
non-irrigated land You could raise fruit, vegetables, pcultry and dairy products, making
money and enjoying life as thousands of people are doing out in this marveloua country.
This Exhibit Car, which you are cordially invited to inspect, will be at
C, B. & Q. Depot
Rock Island, 111.
Friday, Nov. 15, Saturday, Nov. 16.
Come and See It Admission Free
Tell Your Friends
If you cannot visit the car. write to us and tell us wat
Btate or section you are interested In. We will gladly send free
illustrated booklet to your home address.
"Northern Pacific "Railway
The Scenic Highway. Through the t ' Land f Fortune.
L. J. BRICKER, General Immigration Agent, St. PauL Minn.
A. M. CLELAND, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
r ".. muicKes c ant. ZZJ Second
- - jr.. wtuu uio great meeting.
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