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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY. JANUARY 13, 1913.
MRS. WELLS IN
1ST OF TALKS
Mcrmoniem Is Topic of Lecture
at Mas3 Meeting at Broad
rvcr.isra has taken on the country and
cf thp impending danger that threat
ens the coun'ry.
MornionisVn has come, according to
Mrr. Welis, to be a national disgrace,
i and so severely floes she denounce
it that she hag repeatedly been threat
ened for her exposure of the secrets
ot the practice. She is a deep think-
jcr and has a mos: forceful way of
i expressing herself and her hearers
f c.mnot but be impressed with her
j def-p seriousness.
Mrs. D. B. Wells of Chiruco address- j Rii" is this afternoon lecturing on
ed a mass meeting of n;en and women ; 'be home mission text book,
at Broadway Presbyterian church yep-' "Mcrmonism. the Islam of America,"
terday afternoon in the first of a Her- and the foreign text book, "China's
les of Ifttures to be Riven during the New Hay." She will speak each after
v cek under the auspices of the Wom-;roon except Saturday, this week and
nn's Missionary Social union. There 1 1 hursday night will give a lecture at
was a verv large attendance and Mrs j Broadway church. The afternoon meet
Wells gac a mos- interesting talk on irgs begin at 2:?.0 and are introduced
the subject, " National Disgrace." m ith a bible study of old testament
v. l'ich fib" tr,i, of the hold that Mor-1 characters.
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Hillmer, 1525 Fourth avenue.
Spencer Memorial Methodist Bible
study class will meet in the church
parlors tomorrow evening.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held at tie church.
Thursday afternoon the Ladies' Aid
society will hold Its January business
meeting at the home of Mrs. Henry
Bowes, 509 Forty-fourth street.
Praver services willj
ahr IBrrk in lhr (Cittj (Churrbrs
Central Presbyterian This evening Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7
St 7:S' odo.k tiie officers and teach- o'rlcrk at the church.
.... ..f a, ,...., mt...t in' The hoir will meet for rehearsal
the ladi'h' parlor in momhly buin'Fs
Wednesday evening at :.',i mid week 'Mi.s Kdith Peterson as hostess.
rr:ier mtIi- will he held in thej The Ladies' Aid society will conduct
Indies' parlor at the rliun h. a bakuy sule Saturday afternoon at
- .the people's Power company office in
F'rst Methodist The Daughters ot Mc.line.
the Covenant will wet this evening . i
' Wednesday evening ar the parsonage,
i The Luther league will meet in the
! lecture room Thursday evening with
lth Mrs. II. F. Hinkley, lino Four
t enf ll r-ffcrt. .
Wednesday v-i.iiiK at
Jitavcr MTi"-s will lie held at the
The Hjivi.rth h uki e will give a re
cptlcn for r.'-w members of the league
mid t yn.itig jKopie of the church
"I liurrdpy even; ig ut :'M in the
1 aue room at the church.
'i lie ( c '-!.: r.T. Mine i lass will give a
- 'id tiriies ;iartv fur new members of
I1:" Unss Frii!;iy evening in the Sun
day H( hin rooms.
Grace Luthirar. The Forward so
i ty will tne t this i veriing with Mi.s
A la Mi r:ei:on, HI Fifth avenue.
The cc.nhrmatiou class will meet
German Evangelical Tuesday even
ins the choir will meet at the church
::u mid-week for rehearsal
; The ladiea Sewing society will meet
; Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Etzel,
Ninth avenue and Eighth street.
be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 in
The choir will meet for rehearsal i
Friday evening. - j
First Swedish Lutheran This even- J
ing the deacons and trustees will meet !
at the school house. !
Wednesday evening prayer services j
will be held at the church. j
Thursday evening the Young Peo- j
pie's society will meet at the church.
The choir will meet, for rehearsal
Friday evening at the school house.
Fiebig sharpens skates.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
For express, call William Trefx.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Dakota early Ohio potatoes 60c per
bushel, at Weckel'a.
A special, seven bars Galvanic soap
for 25c, at Weckel'a.
Have your skates sharpened at Fie
big's, 1619 Third avenue.
j Kerler Rug company for vacuum
i cleaning and rug-making.
I We repair all makes of graphc-
Zion Lutneran Prayer services will 1 phones, Charles Fiebig, 1619 Third ave
l.e h Id Wednenday evening at the i nue-
home of Mis. Ccrvin, 3S14 Seventh av-1 Our B. B. 6erge ai $33 Is the beat
enue. value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's
1 he cot. firma; inn class will meet. Pat-1 Sons,
unlay aft-moon at 2 o'clock. Flash lights and electrical novel-
! ties. Charles Fiebig, 1619 Third
United Presbyterian This evening avenue,
the Broiiierhf.od will hold its supper, six per rent farm mortgages. Lltten
at 7 o'clock at the church. , & Robert8 people's National bans
Prayer services will be held Wednes- ! bUjieng
day eveuiiig la luo uurcn.
BEGIN LIGHT YCU CAN WIN
Thir is the Advice cf a College Pro-:
fecscr to Young Mer.
Carnation Brand Lemon c'.inz
: I kf .!l fll.a f rfm ,r O., ,,nn IQn at I
Eroadway Presbyterian Every af-1 yecke.s . j
t( moon excej; Saturday this week ' ' i
Mtk U II Wells will lecture under Remember that Ralph Stanton has
the auspices of the Missionary Social everything to make your friends. who
union. The fret part of the afternoon j 6,noke baPPy-
i,,. iMk. m with Mhlp tulku im Coal. coal. coal. The Rock Island i
This is my advice to eve ry man, I, w .stanl. t characters and she will : Fuel company will deliver to you all j
v email iiud ciiild. Not only begin the ' t n lecture on the book, "China's New the best grades of hard and soft coat, j
tew yer rieht. but begin every day, Lay," and "Mormonism, the Islam of; During the Ingalls' auction sale pri
h.tir arid minute right. The preseut ; A i:h rii a." vate sales will be made from 9 a. in.
.i liavc. The future largely depends! Tuesday afternoon, following the lec-1 to 12 noon. No reasonable offers re-1
;i jour preM Ut actions. If you are tt'r by Mrs. Wells, the Helen Mills fused
a rullure. l out the cause. If you circle will meet iu the Sunday school
ure unloved you will lind il is because ' room.
y.iii do not hue. If you are dingrutled, ; Tuesday evening the Old Southland
peevish, nervous and melancholy, you sextet, will give a concert under the
auspice of the Men's class.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held at the church. The topic
A Uiru's live View of Acts," lllus-
i an tract tin c:.use uine times out
lie to i!iii:,;.'Mtiun or coiistlp.it:
Thousands of ii,is::eat men fail eve. y
year because they are dyspeptic, not
o.iiy dyspeptic in tueir elouiacns hut . lrau.u w it ti maps and lantern slides
u. pepiic ii. meir incus, in
(ley are not
ot.ly const .tiale.i in the bowels, but;
ci.li.-l ipated in tiieir bruin. They,
b.'.rdeti up T'h'-y hve sour stomachs j
lii"' sour dispositions. They belch wind '
l:"ti belch ciititplalnts. I
Ir hiring help employers could not
do better than to ask the applicants
"Mow Is jour itoinach and bowels?"!
1 would not advise any woman to mar-,
rv a dyspeptic miy sooner than I !
would .'dvisc a you'e; man to marry i
a uoin;ui who is siifi'ering from some
lixer or I.ov.cl troubl-.. When tho
l-'niach, liver and kowrls art; out of'
order the le ' i es are jau'jled. he Ideas :
! jangled, homes are jangled and i
li. Is a jangle (let rid of dyspepsia,!
indigestion, coth-i ipation and liver ail- i
m.-'iits by taking my Paw Paw pills
T:ike one or two each night. You nm
then eat all you like; you will makt
Sewing machines repaired and war
ranted for one year. Supplies for all
machines r iebig, locksmith, 1619 Thira
Ward & McMaton will give you
estimates ou your plumbing, steam
and hot water heating that will tave
Duusniore & O'CocneM smoke house
The -Ii'nior Hks;e:atinn will nicer
Thursdav afternoon at 4 o'clock at the biil'urd parlors, corner of Tweu
rliur, i, ; tietM street and Fourth avenue. Every
Tl.iTV.tlav evening at 7:30 Mrs. D. B. ! brand cf 6ood ciSars Bd &U kiQd8
Weils will give a lecture on China.. lookers' supplies.
Friday evening the Presbytenau Mueller Lumber company will en
young people of the city will meet at b'.e you to build a fine house or barn
the church fcr the purpose of organiz-j out of the choicest select lumber and
ing a union. vou will be surprised and vet pleased
to leain the low prices they are mak-
South Park Presbyterian The Jun
ior as.Kix iai'on will meet at the church
Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
Prayer services will be held at 7:30
The choir will meet, for rehearsal
Souders Laundering company at 501
i03 Twelfth street. This laundry if
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that is
not surpassed by any laundry in the
Kain & neinhardt cigar store U11
Trinity Episcopal Trinity Men s takes the lead. Most liberally patron-
li '.. will entei tain the members of the izej Everything in tobacco, cigars
parish at supper at the parish house . a,ld 8rnoliPrs supplies. Man is never
Mc-' ricti. reil blood: your nerves will 'Tuesday evening at ti:4o. All parish- better satisfied than when smoking
I , Htrcr.Ktbened; you will sl. ;p uk,. ion, rs ate invii.'d to a'tend. . theit choice brands.
a l.al'.v; you will be healthy Instead: I runty guild v. ill meet with Mrs. .1.
of (iespoiideni : you will be strong in- " Barrett. 1 '. Fourteenth-and-a-half
r-teuil of wiak. Itnv a bottle wi;h the ; ' c t. Wednesday afternoon at 2::M
d.tinct underHtaiiding that your j o'clock,
ii.cney will lie refunded if vou are not I
p.-rtectly ir'.irisfietl. Ml'NVON. German Methodist Prayer mtn-ting
(Ad . ! will he held Thursday evening at 7:110 j
S i - --iiiii i i n nt i
yw pw-tr!t ) w ! 1 y ir 7t
stock is sold
1. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store,
' is having a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
; all kind tof poultry. It makes the
hens lay every day.
The Rock Island Lumber and Manu
facturing company, lumber and build
ing material for all purposes, houses,
barns, granaries. We will give you an
i opportunity to save a big per cent. Let
j us be of service to you.
j Math's bakery ana ccnrectlonery
' store, the finest in the tri-cities.
i Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
j rolls. They can't be beat. Most peo-
pie say they are shperior to any home
baking. Let them serve you.
We are the I auers for up-to-date
laundry work. Each shirt finished
: by hand and put up in a carton. Insur
ing work. Delivered to you in good
condition. We guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
' Reid & Boilman, 417 Seventeenth
E. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and
, hot water heating, gas fitting. Hit
efficient knowledge of the business
justly entitles him to your patronage.
, His shop has all modern equipments.
Everything In plumbing supplies.
M. R. Igiehart, marble and granite
works, save you the middleman's prof
: its. From 15 to 25 per cent saved on
every monument and all kinds of mon
umental work. Call at our shop on
j otiuiw atrauc aiiu see lor yourseil.
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO. -L IX
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
OF THE GREAT
This great sale has proven to be
It is an unusual pleasure and a
Tomorrow is your last opportunity-day.
one of the 6est ever held in this vicinity.
rare advantage to be able to choose from assortments that present such op
portunities as these. Select all merchandise you can possibly need tomorrow
$5.Q0 Sweaters, $2.98
Ladies' pure white sweaters, of all
wool yarn, in heavy mannish weaves,
an exceptional value jT
Girls' Gym Suits
Navy blue serge suits for gymnasium
wear, short sleeves and square neck
silk ribbon lacing made in styles
approved by physical Q "7C
Yz Off Scarfs- Off
These scarfs and fascinators are of
pure wool in black, gray and white.
Priced now at just half their original
Last Call for
For Little Folks
Any child's coat in our immense
stock, sizes to 14 years, 33 1-3 per
Infants knit sets, consisting of leg-
gins, cap and mittens, regularly val
ued as high as $1.75.
Sweater Suits, all colors, well made
of wool yarn, up to 4 years, - wiw7
11 A. M. to 12 M.
One large lot of coats, complete
size and color
This is positively a clean-up of all our
25c to $1 values of jeweled
trat pins, choice eacn ....
A few more of those American made
watches, the kind we guar
antee, Tuesday only
Genuine Diamond Rings
$25 Values, $18.75
The most liberal discounts on all
our jewelry and watches.
Children's grey fleeced
vests, in small sizes
only, 15c and 18c val-
Wool and cotton union
suits for ladies,. 51.30
and $2.25 values, in
to go Tuesday-
sizes 3 and 4, Q f?
Your last chance to
get children's 75c
woolen shirts and
drawers, sizes range
26 to 34,
Men's Furnishings I Linen Section
Just inside door
$1.50 Shirts with cuffs attached.
made cf striped madras, at the
clearance price 'TC
$1.00 Shirts, attrac
tractive new pat
terns and materials
in coat style, with
Tuesday at . .
25c Bow Ties A large varity of
colorings and patterns Q
in fine quality silk 1 C
M,Jko;.e 9Qr 36 inch to 45 inch
luwuuio mohairs, plain,
fancv or two-toned stripes, in all desirable colors
excellent for waists or school dresses go Tuesday at, per yard . . .
Pattern Cloths, 9-4 and 10-4 square, beautiful
range of patterns, also round designs of
fine Irish linen, double satin finish, put on
special January Clearance Sale at 20 per
15c Turkish Towels, extra good quality,
bleached and hemmed, size "1 (J'y
19x36, clearance sale price... U -C
Turkey Red Damask, 6C in. wide, regular
35c quality, clearance sale -j q
price, yard A5C
90-inch wide, unbleached sheetings, extra
heavy, our regular 28c quality,
special clearance price
Flannelettes, 27 inches wide, light and dark
colors, suitable for house wraps, Ql'jtf.
worth 12c, Tuesday 0C
36-inch percales In light blues and ' Ltnall
white figures, worth 12V4c,
special Tuesday price
Crib Blankets, In white only, with blue and
pink borders, extra good quality,
priced for clearance, each
Boys' Suits, double breasted
styles, heavy worsted, all
sizes, well worth 2.50, 1 J A
Tuesday price 1"7
Boys' Norfolk Suits, all wool,
dark blue serge, worth $6.50.
January clearance A OQ
sale price rdu
Boys' Overcoats in light and
dark wortsed, also chinchillas
in brown and dark blues,
worth $5.50, special O AQ
clearance price JxU
Clearing of Fur Robes
A large and varied assortment many different hides to choose from
of thick heavy fur that means cold weather comfort all specially
priced for Tuesday:
$20.00 values, $15.98
$15.00 values, $11.98
$13.50 values, $11.25
$12.00 values, $9.98
$8.50 values, $6.98
50c Teddy Bear Blankets, Qr
blue and pinks
-Discounts for Housewives-
ALL SPORTING GOODS AT 20 DISCOUNT (Basement)
At Y. M. cTaH
A membership card in the Y. M. C.
A. is a valuable asset in more ways
than one as is proven by a case which
Improving sight, that's wnat our; tas come to the attention of Secre
glasses are doing. If you have reason; liry R- C. Smedley of the local as
j to believe that there is anything sociation. He has received from a
wiocg with your eyes at all. yon; Y. M. C. A. secretary in California, a
should have them examined by Fred ; request for the present address of a
BUuer. expert optician. Second ave-j Rock Islander who is a member of
, nuc near Seventeenth street. j this association. The Rock Islander
Johnson's Wood Dye Ts not a mere i is visiting in California. He lost bis
had a fine meeting yes erday after-1 class has had an unbroken history for
noon. Two new members were ad- j the past four years, and has been one
mitted to the club. The bible study of the large factors in the work for
for the afternoon was on "Gideon, a young men in the association.
Coward Who Becomes a King." The -
j boys decided to have some sort of a '
social outing in the near future, and
appointed Frazier Vance, William Mc- j
LomDs and wniord Willing as a com
mit ee to make arrangements. The
committee will report next Sunday.
GARS MAKE FIRST
TRIP ON THE LOOP
hours, as a matter of self-pro'ection.
This to comply with the original terms
of the franchise and prevent any legal
move which might be made by Moline
property ho d'rs on Second avenue
who have strenuously objected to the
new arrangement. 1'eople desiring o
I go to East Moline and Watertown will
in tee ruture u aru rouria avenue
The young men's bible class of the
Y. M. C. A., known as the "Triangle
Cass," is to have a special affair
I urse. I vis found and the presence I Tuesday evening of next week. There
, - ! Chamberlain's Cough K?medy Is a
Water own interurban cars made; terv valuable medicine for throat and
their initial trip over the now rout'; lung troubles, quickly relieves and
this morning, the iirst car leaving Fif-; cures t sinful Iroatbing and a danr-.
teenth street. Moline. at C: Si) in charge Cut; fcui.uinc oou;;n wnicn indl?a'ei
It is a real, deep-seatea aye. that goe3 . or a . M. C. A. card caused it to be Is to be a supper served for them at ' of Conductor Ci.rles B. Thompson ':fi.!5s:td lungs. Sold by all drug
to U36 very neaxi or me wood ana ianen to tne tanroraia association
stays there fixing a rich and per ma- j building. The card will eventually rt-
nent color. Johnson's Wood Dy :s fult in the purse being returned in
the Memorial Christian church, fol-! rd Mo nriaan GecrKf: W. Bradv Thu
lowed by a program of unusual ! old terminal has been abolished, the' ;
interest. The members have the privi-! cars now running around a loon :n; St. Basi! "ire destroyed a four-tory
made in U standard shades. For sale i tact to Its owner. 'lege of Invitinz other young men ! order to Drevent anv litigation. th- ' flat hu'.ldine. causnntj a loss of 150 (mo
by i-ertrf Greve, 2002-2004 Fcnrtii j i whom -hey would like to Interest in J ttreet car company has decided to run Ten far.:llU.3 were driven into the
l The l. IL C. A. bovs bible class J the class to attend this occasion. This, one car over tha eld route every two ' ureU.