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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1912.
fund, a copy of the campaign prospee- j
! tits, and copies of the printed forms i
', uypd in the campaign, a aouvnir of
j the anniversary exercises held In 1S05, j
I when the mortgage on the old build- !
inp was turned, the program of the j
j cornerstone laying, a bible, photo-1
: rajts of the building campaign incl- (
' den'-s, furnished by G. C. Blakslee, a
sketch of the history of the local as- !
Bcciaticn. prepared by E. B. McKown, j
Appropriate Ceremonies to Ac- i and a lint of the officers of the asso
cornpany Dedication of Fine Iciation. ah of these things go into!
. ine cupper ura, umiu luciirn in size,
An interest .;nc; collection of mate
ria:?, will b" buried in the tox which is
to be placed m -he cornerstone of the
nw V. .M. ('. A. tiuildinjr tomorrow.
Ir. gr vfi.'y f!v. or a hundred years
from now, if the box should be opened.
It would no doubt prove to be a h'.s
tor'ctil c'ject cf orihiderable value.
Th- box if to ci ntain copies of the
daily n:ij.erti publish! d during 'b- cam- i cool
)Cig:i for the funil last sprinjr, togeth
i wiili urren njniii'TP of The Aigus.
Irion aiid Tim'.;, a?:d the special an
niversary number of The Armis. re
cently if .-,i,ed There is a list of con
tributors to the fund, a lict of the yf)
workers who raided the money, a his
tory of the movement to secure the
which has been provided by R. G. Sum
mers, and which will be placed in the
stone before it is laid in its placft to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock by State
Secretary K. A. Sbumaker of Chicago.
The big boilers which are to furnish
heat for he building arrived on the
scene this morning and were unload
ed and set in their places In the boiler
room. The stone work is being rushed
to eet all in readiness for tomorrow's
ercmonies. With the promise of clear.
weather, this should be a great
event in the history of the local Y. M.
C. A., bo-h in its intrinsic interest and
in the crowd that it will attract to the
scene. It is hoped that many will be
there, and more particularly the men
and buys to whom the erection of the
building 'is :o mean much in the future.
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un!eaened cakes; and there rose up
fire out of t he rock, and consumed
the lieBii and unleavened cakes. Then i
I the angel of the Lord departed out of
i his sij,'ht.
, And when Gideon perceived that he
J was an angel f)f the Lord, Gideon said.
! Alas, O Lord God: for because I have
seen an angel of the Lord face to face.
' And the Lord said unto him. peace
! be unto thee; fear not: thou shalt
1 not die.
And Gideon went In, and 'u:ide ready
a kid, u:id unl'avened cakes of an
eplmh of flour; 'lie flesh he put in a
bat-k't. end Ji put the broth in a pot,
and brojuiit it out unto him under the
ouk. and presented it.
id tin- lintel of (;il said unto h'm. ' !
trk l!ie flesh and unleavened' rukes, ' LUTHERAN
n lid lay ''win upon tins rWk. and pour I Ziou Swedit-u Lutheran, Forty-fifth
out the broth. And lie did so. street and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J.
Then the anei of the Lord put forth , Forsberg, pastor. Sunday school at
the nd .f the staff that was in his 9-'60 a. in. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
lK'iid. ;iii:l toucud the flesh and the; "'-30 p. in.
German Evangelical, Ninth street,
j between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev.
f"TT,rTrl I F. J. Uolf, pastor. Sunday school at
1 iil u !,!! a,, I 3 13 a. in. Services at 10:30 a. m. and
i.vU p. III.
I Grace English Lutheran, corner
Seventh avenue and Forty-fourth
! street. Rev. Ira O. Nothstein, pastor.
Sunday school at S:15 a. m. Services
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"THE STORE WITH THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
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CO OPERATIVE STORE CO. J3 Rock Island. Ill
Tri-Cities Greatest Department Store
The Opportune Time is Now to Bay your Winter Wearables
Slaughter Starts Monday, Dec.9
Suits, Coats, Furs, Millinery
Choice of Any Suit Half Price
cho of Trimmed Hat Half Price
to 33h Reduction
25 Reduction on. Coats
Greatest Selection. Highest Quality.
helm, pastor. Services at 10 a. m. Kug-!
lish Lutheran service at 7:c!U p. m. j
UNIQUE BUSINESS AND FLAT BUILDING IS COMPLETED
I at 10:45 a. in. and 7:43 d. ni. Morn-
IS ,". y '; i m "'k l,rr'"011 '" John Telleen or t 111- tflitOPAL.
'v" ' ' V . "'" cai;o. Sons s -rvii e iu' the evening. ; Trinity Episcopal church, Klnw-
It "iii nr"" su.i 'f '?i l.Siv'i: " J j First Swedish h;;theran, corner ; teenm street and Sixth avenue. Hev.
Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue. (Jrauville 11. Sherwood, rector. Ser
Services at l'J:4.j a. in. and 7:45 p. m. j vices at 7:0 a. m., 1C:45 a. m. and
heln;, iiastor. Services at 1 a. in. i :30 p. m.
German hntherat., corner Twentietri i
street and Fifth avenue. Kev. Ph. Wil-
T (32.800 in Valuable
JL JL 1111 UlitWJ M. tfc 1 A
For Solving the Great Wilson Puzzle
A valuable premium to everyone solving this puzzle.
; ! f ii; ttf&$ &-$4& I
VA l.uJrtu ih- v"
IHKK( TKOS-In the above picture are four faces. See if you can
find three uf them. No matter how many you End, trace the outlines,
number. n them 1. 2. '., etc., on. this or a separate sheet of paper. Mail
or brit.fc your answer to our More.
KHJ'F - To every person ho solves the above puzzle we will give, ab
pnhitely fiye. by tall.ti at the store, the choice of a beautiful gold
plated lai!;" brooch, a beautiful irrldescent ft.ass bowl, a handsome
et h:lfr plated f-a't and popper shakeis. or gentlemen's handsome
watch chain also a manufacturer's credit voucher for $137. good only
.in part payment on .any new piano In our store. Only one person in a
family can enter. Only one anpwcr from a person. Premiums must be
called for wtM-.in ten days from closing of contest.
HI!?! tlMKMK A valuable premium for every one.
Contest Closes December 9, 1912 at 6. p. m.
FREE 1CP heau''.fi!l C,ni FKEF 110 beantifu! Irridesccnt
plated Brooches. Glass Bowls.
FREE li"'0 beautiful Silver Plated Salt and Pepper Shaker Seu.
Ki!E Gentlemen's Watch Chains.
; Menu .rial CLristian, corner Third
i aveuuc and FiftceutU street. Sunday
; school at ::j(i a. ni. fenior and iu-!
tennediato t hristian Inrieavor at 6:30 !
p.m. Services at lu:45 a. in. and 7:30 '
j p. m. The Christian Woman's Board'
1 ci Mission will ho in cha'ge of the;
: morning service. Hev. idoH Sawyer i
of the Daveuiort Y. M. C. A. will j
! preach iu tjie evening. i
Second Christian, corner Six'h street 1
j and Thirteenth avenue. Sunday school
i ai 9:15 a. m. Gtorgc Hull, superin
' tondent. Services at 10:45 a. in.
; Third Cbristiau, Fourteenth avemn
and Tli'.rty-uirth streei. Sunday t.choo'.
jar i : 30 a. m; Dr. J. 11. Nichols, super
: mtoudent. Bible school ai S:30 a. m.
rorvices at 7 p. m.
Central I'resbyteriftn. corner of
."ourteeiith street and Tenth avenue.
Rev. Marion Humphreys, pastor. Sun
i!ty scbool at f:l5 a. ni. Christian En
deavor Et 6:?0 p. m Services at 10:45
a. iu. and 7::50 p. aa. 11. A. Sbumaker
! will preach in the morning, and Rev.
E. T. Ferry iu the evening.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of!
Twenty-third street ana Seventh ave-i
nue. Rev. Y. S. Marquis, pastor. Sun- ;
day sihool at !:15 a. m. Services at!
10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Morning
j tlieme, "Overflowing Life." Evening'
subject. ' 'Kighti ousn ss and Peace.''
The Young People's society meeting'
a: 6:30 will be a surprise meeting!
wlf!i Miss Minnie Titu ringtou as j
' leader. j
South Park Presbyterian, corner of i
1'lurtieih street and Fifteenth avenue,1
(lev. W. G. Oglevee, pastor. Bible
school at 'j:3u a.m. Services at 10:45
a, :n. and 7:45 p. m. Young People'
at. 6:45. Morning service by Hev. T.
K. Johnsoti of Edgington.
! Aiken street chapel, Aiken street,
't-ciiih Hock Ud&nd. Sunday school at
i 2:30 p. in. J. il. Cltland, superintend
ent emeritus. A. . Coulter, superin
. . ndent.
United Presbyterian, Third avenue
and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
"ance, pastor. BiLle school at C:C0
a m. Services at 10:45 a. m. ad
2t 7:45 p. in.
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pupils. The State Bank, which col
lects and deposits the money, issued
the following weekly report:
Audubon $ 5.42
En genu Field 17.06
Itorace Maun 13.87
Eell Telephone Trust Asked
Large Increase From
George L. Schmid is now comfortably domiciled in his pretty new building on Twentieth street, between
Eighth and Ninth avenues, and is justly proud cf his surroundings, pussc-.Ked, as he is of one of the neatest
'jusin:-ss and flat buildings that grace the resident section of any of the three citi s.
The Scmnid building, which is a two st.ary stucco structure with dimensions of 34 by 62 feet, Is occupied
cv. the first floor by Mr. Schmid's grocery, while on the second floor are two modern flat suits.
, The style of architecture is unigus. the design having been made by C. 1). Mcl.ane, C. J. Earkinr being the
contractor. Charles Thompson having t:he plaster work and E. F. Lamp the p uinhing and heating.
The Schmid building is a credit to the section of the city of which it is a part.
The Bell Telephone trust aslted
Rock Island voters a few monttiB ago
to vote it a franchise giving 100 per
cent greater increase in telephone,
rates than the Automatic Telephone
company Is asking. The rates the
Automatic Telephone company is ask
lr.g In its franchise will save the citi
zens of Hock Island $.".O.uoo 00 a year
fciid besides the Automatic Telephone
service is infinitely better. If Rock
Island can keep this saving of $50,000
a year at home Instead of sending it
down east to the Telephone trust, the
: city will be much better off. The
' Automatic Telephone company will
' spend $200,000.00 in Hock Island In
', wages In building its plant, hich will
! be a benefit not only to the working
man but to the merchants and profes
' slonal men. The cities of Davenport,
:and Moline have granted the Automat
ic Telephone company a frauchise by
the largest vote ever given a public
enterprise In the trl cities. (Adver
Fi:tetnih street. Rev. H. C. Willing,
Jastor. Sunday school at !i:4.1 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
First Methodist, corner. Fifth ave-1
nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E ;
Vewland, pastor. Sunday school at
t'30 a. m. Eoworth league at 6:45:
p. iu Services at 10:45 a. in. aad 7:3j i
'-mi Fifteenth ttreet. Rev.
Rcr-d, i; stor. .Sunday school at 9:30
a m. Services at 10:45 a. m.'and 7:30
p. in. Morning theme, "Builders of
Li es" Evening theme, "Victorious
in Eithrr Life cr D-ath."
Edii'V.'. ood Baptist, corner Forty
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Sun
day fccbool at 'J.Zj a. in. Services at
10:45 a m.
Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty-first
street. Father Adolp'n Geyer, pastor.
Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. ni.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner
Second avenue and Fourteenth street.
Dean J. J. Quinn, rector; Rev. Wil-
C'hristian Science may be read or pur-fhasea.
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ,
avenue i i.-,it,ta i riati i..,-r,.r.r.,
H. W. ! iiam P. Cleary. assistant. Musses at ' h..n llllfl..v (.ilfu.i ... ,',
"0, 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 a. m. j ing service "at 3:15 p. ci. J.
St. Taal's Belgian Catholic. Twenty-! sid!ng c-!dvr.
n, A L'l'rl.
SDencer Memorial Methodist, corner a'- 10:30 a. in. Servicer? at 7:30 p. in.
j Forty-third Etreet and Seventh avenue. V. P. IT. at 5 p. in., alternate Sundays.
; Rev. Charles Ha-vkUis. pastor. Suu-' Seccnd Bpust, Tenth street and
cay school at S:30 a. m. Services at Sixth ;:ver.u. Services a; 11 a. ni., 7
: 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. ra. ; P- m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
i W;.yn:an African M. E. (colored). ; 15.
1 "crr.er Fifth-and-a-half avenue and i ;
I Thirteenth street. W. 11. Saunders, ' CATHOLIC
' pt' stor. bervices at 11 a. m. , Sacted Heart Roman
I utrman Method-.st. corner lour- ( i euty-fc:ghth street and Fifth avenue
i tecnth street and ixth avemie Rev. ' Rev. j. f". Ixickney rector.
fourth street ana Eighth and-a-half av
en:e. Rev. J. W. Smlers. pastor. Mass
al 8 a. ra.
j WEST END SETTLEMENT
i West End Sunday school, 7ou Fifth
street. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
j I ravvr meeting Wednesday evening at
7:30. VV. B. Barker, superintendent.
First Church cf Christ, Scientist,
j $35 Twenty-third street. -Sunday ser
i vice at 10:45 a. in. Subject if sermon
i i? "God the Only Cause and Creator."
Hawthcrne Pupils Save.
Hawthorne, school led for the tfeek
in the amount of money saved by the
Quick Relic? fcr RfrumaiUm.
George W. Kcous. l.awton. Mich.,
eays: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given mv wife won
derful benefit for rhe;:matiaa. Sh
could not lift hand or foot; had to b
lifted for two iiiofcths. She began the
use of the remedy and improved rap
idiy. On Monday shti could not move
end on Wednesday ehc ef't up, dressed
herself and w alked out for breakfast."
Sold by OUo Grotjaa. 1501 Second ave
nue. Rock Uland: Gust Schlegel &
Son. 220 West Sftntid street. Daven
tha tews aTl the time The
For Imlipsiion, Sour Stomach,
After Eating Digestit
GRIGGS' MUSIC HOUSE
11 Eat Second Street D.ncEfiort, Iowa
Catholic, t Sunday school after rtgular servir?. : lleve and eure yo.i.
Wednesday eve:iiiug testimoDiai meet-i certain tiuiek relief.
Masses at . ice 7:45 d. ra. The church maintains a
Theophllus Kies. pastor. Sunday school 8; 15 and Catechiim at 2 p. m. ' free reading room in the People's N'a
it :lo a. ni. Services at lo:4o a. m VesDers and benediction at 3 d. m. ev-; tional bank huildine which
and 7:30 p. m. Epwcrth league at 7 rry Sunday and holy day.
, P- n.
S;. Mary a Reman Catholic,
j every week day from 2 to 5 p. m. and
corner j every Saturday evening from 7 to b
tlicdibt. Ninth avenue aadiof Fourth avenue and Twent second o'clock. Ail authorized
literature on j Thousands
, country have gotten relief by the use
of this harmless remedy. Tryit to
day. Get a pckae and take one
dose if it does not give you immedi
ate relief it won't cost you a pebny.
Brown's Digestit should be In every
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It will stop in-