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REV. REDDING ON
COMING OF CHRIST
Uni-Motion Bed Davenport
Evangelist Preaches Powerful
Sermon in Series at the
HIE ROCK ISLAND ATCGUS. FRIDAY, MARCn 7, 10.13.
"Who 1 Jesus and. What Did He'
Come to Do?" was he theme of the i
sermon preached. iaRt night by Rev. !
J. C. Reddinek the evangelist, 'in the j
series of net:nKB he Is conducting !
at Cen'rri Presbyterian church. It !
was the most powerful sermon he had j
jet g'en. I
Aad hi answering the great ques- I
tioi of the theme he handled the word
. God In a masterful war as Paul
admonished Timothy, "approved unto ;
God, rightly dividing the word of j
truth." As, the evangelist unfolded )
prophesy after prophesy telling of i
.Icsus the f'hrist hundreds of years be
fcre his birth his hearers wrr- re- ;
minded of that wcr.derf ul walk to
.Emmaus when Jesus himself mt the
two disciples and "beginning at Moses
and all the prophets, h expounded
unto thni in a'.l the scriptures the
things concerning himself. - rv. Rd-,
ti ng, ton, began with Moses' record !
of God's, own promise to the first of
our r-e that the offspring of the
voTjynn should be able to blot out sin .
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aile way he made his hearers to se 1
"man. the Christian and the church
limping along through the wor'.d, ac-
rding to the prophesy, w ith 'a bruise j
li'-el as a barefoot boy with a severe j
Mone-bruise. Hut the glory of it r.is
In the coming of .Testis, who had j
bruised to the death ihe old serpent j
of sin. 1
And then Isaiah was presented, who
aid more than eight hundred vars
before Christ mi born, "Behold, a
virgin should bear a son and shall ,
-all hid fiame Immamiel (flod with '
us)." The hpeak'-r showed that Jesus1
arid on'.y Jesus was this child, eliciting
from the audience, ihoughts s'm
ple, beautiful, pur and leading to love
and adoration of th Christ as 'lie
great, men did when they saw the child
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Another fonsignment of Uni-Motion Bod DaA'Pnports ju?t arrived, permitting us to again offer at special sale this most marvelous combination bed and
davenport. In this lot there are 25 of the Uni-Motion Davenports in Golden Oak, and 10 Fumed Oak, making 35 in all, which we place on sale tomorrow at
Addt One Mare Sleeping Room to Your Home.
No: alone la the Vni Motion a beautiful piece of furniture
which will greatly enhance the appearance of any room In
which it Is placed b-.tt it Is easily converted into a comfortable
beJ oi which you u-ay have no heEttancy In ask'.ns your guet
to alee?; ijus idilcf an extra bedroom to your tome.
It Takes But Five Seconds.
Tl e operation of converting this Paverport iiiio a luxurious
bed ready for occupancy requires absol-r.ely no phyb!'-al exor
tion A child teti years old can do It with ease, ar.d it re
Qu.rci but fve secenda time.
You Do Not Sleep on the Upholstery.
By a simple operation the Uni-Motion bed can be converted
from a Davenport to a comfortable bed yith resilient springs,
the same ns you would find in a regular bed. And this interior
bed is so arranged as to hold all bedding during the day and
at the same time being thoroughly -rentllated.
esss poses - t?Mm mmE's
1C7-109 West Second Street
Twenty-Four Hours of Service Daily. " r0!!3
It should be Important to the purchaser of a bed darenport
that he secure such a piece of furniture aa will give practical
service throughout the entire day. Right here the Uni-Motion
excels, for during the day it is an inviting davenport, deep
and comfortable, while at night It is a rstlai bed. thus
giving 24 hours of practical service dally.
Returnable After 30 Days.
This Davenport is aoM to you wltt the dlatlnct nnderstand
Ing that it may b returned to ua after SI days, if not eatla
factory, and your money will be refunded.
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Terms: $1 down;
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Organs, $5, $8,
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, Jesus. Micah, the prophet, said the ,
Christ should be born in the little '
town of Bethlehem. There Jesus was ;
born. Then. too. Pavid saw as did
' Isaiah the crurifxton and the res.-,
' urrection I Psalms. 22.16 l1). where'
' he said they would pierce His hauds
i and His feet and that they would part
his Rarmeu'R and cast lots for his ves
; tife. No one who saw Rev. Redding!
will ever fors the picture of the'
l:a'de:iert sold ers at the feet of a
lev in e. forgiving, dyirjt Savior pitching .
dice at the foot of his (tops for his '
j scntnless robe. Jesus .ong after prov- j
I I'd that He was the o:ie. On through
the many prophes.es wi'h wonderful
i pictures of truth he presented the i
j t'hrist tiil his hearers would exper
ience again the thrill of those two'
disciples cm the Kuraaun read as they
said: "Hid not our hearts burn with
in us while he talked with us by the ;
way and while he opened to us fhe ;
j scriptures?" i
! The lait part of the theme, "What
' Did Jesus Come For?" was most graph
ically presented in the story of that
dark n:ght when Barrabas. the thief. 1
sleeplessly walked hts ceTl waititg ;
the morning of execution and the i
' same hl Jesus, the pure Son of God, !
waited before Pilate and all his accus-
' ers for the break of the same morn-'
injf of sorrow. No one can ever forget ;
this great tru'h. too. as the speaker
i told in lt tragic reality of the night.
Barrabas In the cell, his thoughts as
he faced eternity, his farewell to the
companions in the cell, the breaking
of what seemed his last day then j
I the shift of scene to Pilate, the aagry j
mob in the midst tb uncomplaining. ;
the forgiving Man of Galilee, the lov-1
ir.g Savior, the question of Pilate, j
"Whom shall I release to you Barra-:
haa or Jesus?" Then again the scene)
as at the cell and Barrabas Is told !
'hat hi cross Is gone: another has :
tt and h aA m ttti hia rrnit
' dying, but he is free. i
ENGLISH BOMB OUTRAGE MARKS TURN IN TREATMENT OF
SUFFRAGETS BY POLICE OFFICERS AND THE CRIMINAL COURTS
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London. March 7. England has!
commenced to take the militant suf-,
fragets seriously: not. however, in a
way that especially pleases those war
The bomb which shattered the In-'
terlor of Chancellor Lloyd-George's I
new hojse at Walton-on-the-Hill near :
Epsom recently, at the same time blew j
into the heada of police and law court
officials the conviction that stern re- :
presslon must be exercised againet
the suffragets. who had been goine
constantly further and further In tteir
The burning of mail by acid had
been followed up by the rr.a'icious de
struction of plants and burdir.gs n
Kew observatory. The bomb outrage ,
also laid to the auffraeeU.
ter tho explosion, the building was ao
strained that It may have to be al
: most completely rebuilt.
! Thi bomb which caused the damage
! had its counterpart, in a second one
i v. hich was placed in another part of
the house, but which for some reason
; liuns (ire. The bombs consisted of or
i dinary seven-pound cans of powder.
The method adopted for exploding
ithem was th" lighting of a candle set
!in ktrosene-soriked shavings. It Is
i thought that the second "candle did
not explode becaune its light wag blown
o n. by the forte of the first explosion
f vhfn it, hiid burned within half an
.inch of the shavinKs.
j Mrs. KmriiHIne 1'ankhurst has been
i arrestf'd for th" outrage and will be
I tried next month.
decision bout Wednesday night. Ma
honey forced the milifug, but McGoorty
displayed more cleverners. Art God
frey of Minneapolis and Billy Perkins
of Rhlnelander fought a 10 round draw.
McGoorty Victor on Points.
; Superior, Wis., March 7. Kddie
McGocrty was forced to extend hini
j .'-lf to hold his own with "Young"'
; Mahoney of llaclne in a 10 round no
the anger of officials into an unbend-, ! or fines, are giving out Ions sentences,
ing rigor which promises to make In addition, Mrs. Pankhurst an 1 her
things exceedingly unpleasant for the kind are being warned to moderate
militants. the violent tenor of their addresses to
Police are trf-ating women who per-' their followers,
form miner outracs as they would ; The house partially destroyed by
nin g':i'"y of thD same deed", while the bomb had not yet been occupied
stiffened the women off with short terms in iail 1 terlor showed few signs of injury at-1 U
As long as they lait we will
send you, on request, our
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taining record, market prices
dividend rates, etc., of a
number of carefully selected
stocks which are tax free in
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cial importance to all prospective
John Burnham & Co.
LA SALLE AND MONROE 8T.
New York Detroit Boston
1706 Third Ave.
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vegetables in season. And we
always try to give our custom
ers all that they expect.
Low prices and A-1 quality
are the watchwords of this
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