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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1913.
ahr HJrrk m Ihr (Citij (Clmrrbr
Spencer Memorial Methodist. The
biLlp study class will meet tomorrow
evenin In the church.
Prayer services vill be held Wednes
day eveninp at the church.
The V.'om.in's Mission society will
Mission society will hold its annual
meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
at the home of Mrs. C. V. Foss, 3S0S
The Luther league social and busi
ness meeting will be held in the church
t!ie home of Rev. and Mrs. I'. E. Haw
l:r.s, 4.!1j Eighth atenue, Thursday
held its annuaj m:t box opening at lecture room Thursday evening at 8
o'c'ock. Miss Mamie and Roger Pet
erson will entertain.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
The' board of trustees will meet
Thursday evening at s o'clock at the
home of c. E. Xlson. 627 Forty -first
The I-adies Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon at 2:2" with Mrs. C.
A. Hlompren, R-." Thirty-fifth street.
I.'-ii'eii services fcri'I e:Hmir;atinn of
members of the confirmation class
will be held Friday evening at 8
First Method. t. The quarterly tea
' ' ' : I . : ' r c' h ' ' "o h r. h 1 1
Ik; held this evening at ::;' at the
Lome of Miss Claire Van Gaidar
Mid-week prayer services will he
ri'ld Wednesday evening at 7:20
Mrs N. O. Griffith and Mrs. C R.
It ' t gson will entertain the Covenant
H'-v ing class at the home of the for
1 1 r, 723 SeventeeTTh street, Friday
tt"ernoon at 2:30.
The annual thank offering service
rf the Woman's Foreign Mission so
tet.y will be held Sunday morning
l'fn the address will be delivered by
J'rs. Frank T. Kuhl of Springfeld
The evening service will be in ?he
r.'iture of a Kivineston centennial cele
bration. German Evangelical The choir wiil
T.et for rehearsal Tuesday evenn.;
lit 'tie parsonage.
Thursday afternoon itie Ladies'
S w ing society will meet in the church
Zion Lutheran Tomorrow evening
the installation of professor C .1. Sod
i 'LK'ti as prof shot- of th"cloi:v a'
. uirustana seminary will be held.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Home and Foreign Mission society
v iii be held at the home of Mrs C.
V. Kms. "VMS Eigil'h avenue, Wee!
Ik .-day afternoon at 2:30
Wednesday evening the Men's so
c,ey will meet with E. W. Olson, V.'mri
Thursday afternoon at 2:3" the I.a
!.es' Sewing society will meet with
.Mr. Hlomberg. fi2(i Fortieth street.
Thursday evening prayer services
will be held at the home of Severin
Anderson, ll'i" Thtrtx -eighth street.
Friday afternoon the Ladies' S w ing
s "ii ty fif South Moline will meet v. i:h
'ir .lap'is Johnson on Third street,
Friday etching the deacons and
tH.siii's will nwet in the church r-
N"t Siindii.. morning an offering ff,r
:i iSMIclis w ill be taken.
Thursday evening. March 2i. the sae
riiiieiil f the Lord's supper till be
t . let, rated
Grace Lutheran The Forward so
i't will meet this evening at H at
; . a r. . e. Vi-s l.'ii;sii I'eiwson
v. ill be the hostess
'J he confirmation class will meet
Tih--d.o. Wednesday. Thursday ;n:d ,
F'iu:i. - "tiirs at 7 o'clock 'it the I
i !, ;i.-h i
The Woman's lloine and Foreign J
Thursday afternoon at 4 in the Sun-
day school room.
Trinity Eplscopol Dorcas guild will
! meet at the rectory this evening at
j The Vestment guild will meet at the
parish house Tuesday afternoon at
Trinity guild will meet at the parish
' house Thursday afternoon at 2
First Baptist Prayer services will
: be held Wednesday evening in the
An all-day meeting of the Ladies
: Aid society will be held Friday in the
i The choir will meet for rehearsal
BOATS TO START
RUNNING MCH. 31
Captain Blair Predicts Biggest
Season in History of White
First Swedish Lutheran The;
Young People's social meeting wJU be j fi,fficulty experienced this
low water which has been a serious
detriment to steamboat traffic during j
ihe oflst several years, owing to the
United Pretbyterian This evening
the session and trustees will meet at
the church at 8 o'c'ock.
The Rate Hill Mission society will
mee tomorrow evening at 'he home of
Mrs. J. L. Vance, 1'iH Fourteeuth-and-a-hlf
Prayer rervi'-cs will be held Wed
nesday evening at 'he church.
"Ihtiisday e-.ening 'he Mission study
class will meet at 7 o'clock with W.
L. Aster as leader, followed at 8
o'cloi k b a meeting of the Young
People's society n t the home of the
Misses Frederick, 1126 Nineteenth
s' : eet
"We expect the coming season to be ;
the biggest that the White Collar '
Steamboat line has ever experienced." !
said Captain V. A. Blair Saturday af
ternoon in an interview with a repre
sentative of The Argus. "The company
had a banner season last year, but
we anticipate breaking all records
this summer." Captain Blair stated
that in his opinion there would be no
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U.,J . V . 1 Mi T..., C-. j -"I .o ocasuu limn
icem L me uumt; ui ,iic acuu nnon-
son. 517 Ninth street. Friday evening,
to which all the young people of the
iuuiv.il air Li. j.ru. . . . . , .
The board of demons meets this ludl " neavy snows .
evening at 7:3" at the school housed j and ra.ns in the north during the past !
,ll h heVl r ,he h,m. of Tr.hn Marr-1 Sta cf Wa'er durin
scm. 612 Fourth avenue.
Thursday evening the choir will
meet for rehearsal.
The choir will give an Easter can
tata Easter Sunday evening, entitled
1 "The First Easter." An orchestra will
assist in the accompaniment.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Mission socitey will meet at the home
of Mrs. r. w. Foss. 3S0S Eighth ave
nue. Wednesday afternoon.
South Park Prestyttr an. TIk Har
mony class will meet this evening at
7:3d a' the church.
The .I-inior association will meet
Wednesday afternoon at 4:1" at the
church. Prajer services will be held
Wednesday evening at 7:20.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Thursday .evening at 7:2'' at the
joint meeting of 'tie session and
trustees will be held Friday evening
in tiie church.
Central Presbyterian This evening
a' 7:3'i the officers and teachers oft
the Sunday school will meet in the
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 the
Pastor's Aid society will meet in the
Ue. .1. C. Kedding will preach every
evening except tonight, this week in
the church, continuing the series of
German Methodist Prayer services
will be held Thtwrclay evening at 7:30
at the residence of Mrs. Eugenia Ram-se-
S31 Thirtieth street.
Memorial Christian The Indies' Aid
society will have an a-'l day session at
the church Thursday. The ladies are
sked to bring their lunch as there is
nii li work to be done.
VOTERS TO DECIDE
Citizens of Davenport voted today on
the question of whether or not the city
should own its water plant. The indi
cations were that there would be a
big vote as there was considerable
agitation of the subject. Many favor
ed municipal control, while others
were, satisfied to let the company
which has handled the supply for years
revival meetings This evening at 7:45 ccritinue to do so. A price of $1,500,000
has been placed on the plant.
Three members of the board of edu
cation were also scheduled to be elect
ed today, but less interest w-as 6hown
In this election than in the other.
winter which will assure a fairly high
The White Collar li-ne steamboat of
fice "at the foot of Nineteenth street,
will open the last week in this month.
On the last Monday in March ha
company expects to open the season's
business with two boats, the Black
Hawk and the Keokuk. The B ack
Hawk will ply between Rock Island
and Davenport and Burlington, while
the Keokuk will carry on the Keokuk
The steamers Helen Blair. Morning .
Star and Black Hawk have ben in .
winter quarters in Davenport harbor, I
the Keokuk wintering in Quincy har- j
bor since the close of last season. I
The boats will all be overhauled irf'
the near future for the opening of
Kev. Mr. Redding will speak on the
street at the corner of Seventeenth
street and Second avenue.
Er-adway Presbyterian The Helen
MiiU circle will meet tomorrow after
noon a' ' o'clock with Miss Adna Tt;
termgioii. Klt Twenty-second street.
Ruth's band will meet Wednesday
afternoon at :t o'clock with Mrs. II. E.
Cox. 23:M Ninth avenue.
Praer services will be held Wed
ticsdaj evening at 7:30.
Tlie Junior association win meet
Are vou frequently hoarse? Do you
have that annoying tickling in your
throat? Dees your cough annoy you
at nicht. and do you raise mucus in the
morning? Do you want relief? If so,
take chamberlain- Cough Remedy
and you will be pieased. Sold by all
would not cause the excitement that the
are causing at the present time.
has caused more excitement than any sale ever held in
this part of the country.
This week we are going to put on sale the old original
CABLE-NELSON PIANOS. We have some that are beauties,
that have been slightly marred during the past week's rush,
these go on sale this week. Any piano on our floor for $257,
terms on these will be as low as $6 per month.
Second hand Pianos as low as S40. cn terms of $1 per week.
We have a $400 Hallet-Davis k r $90, a Wheelock at $76, a
Story & Clark at $198.
We challenge any Piano House in the tri-cities to meet our
prices, quality considered and we also invite you when you come
in to bring with you the best judges in the country. Let them
try every piano on the floor. Bring in another dealer if he
will come, he would have to say that he never saw such bar
gains regardless of what he handled himself.
We will be open every evening until 9 p. m.
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THE STORE THAT TREATS YOU FAIR
1608 Fifth Avenue.
Dr. C. C. Nutting, professor of zoo- I
logy at Iowa university, will lecture .
Wednesday evening at, Augus'aiKi col- ;
lege under the auspices of the Science
club. The subject of his address wi'l i
be "The Making and I s of a lie
search Museum in Zoology." Dr. Nut
ting is recognized as one of the best '
authorities in zoology in the country, j
and ranks high as a scientist. The '
lecture will be delivered in the Denk- ;
man Memorial library and admission
will be by invitation. Following the i
lecture Dr. Nutting will 1c tendered
a banquet by the Science club. Las:
year the club brought Professor Mi. li
ken of Chicago university here, lis
policy being tc brine; some prominent
scientist annually to lecthre.
Bethany college of I.iiiclsborg, Kan.,
is made a beneficiary under the will
of James Lawson of Roxbury. Kan.,
who died recently in the Old People's
home at I.indsborg. The college re
ceives ?l,0i. --while the home will
get $6.0oi. Previous to his deaih Law.
son donated $3,000 additional to the
home, of which he had been an in-
mate for several years. He was a
na'ive of Norway.
A series of matinee recitals to be
given by pupils of Augustana con
servatory was inaugurated Saturday
aflernoon when Professor Bprgquist's
class rendered an excellent program,
i'ssisted by Miss Gladys Dunleavy, a
pupil of Miss Pearce's elocution de
partment. The recitals will be week
ly affairs as follows:
March 15 Children's program.
March 22 Kast vacation.
March 23 Professor Canterbury's
April 5 Miss Effie Johnson's class.
April 12 Miscellaneous program,
violin and piano.
April 19 Organ recital by Professor i
April 26 Piano recital by Professor
May 3 Piano recital by Miss Lillie
May 10 Organ recital by Professor ,
Bergquist's class. j
May 17 Piano recital by Miss Li!-!
lie Cervin's class.
The program Saturday was as fol-,
Kantasie in C Minor Mozart
Miss Hilma Warling.
(Second piano part by Grieg). j
Professor Bergquist. j
To the Spring Grieg j
I Rustling of Spring Sinding !
! Spring Song Mendelssohn j
j Miss Wava Lindstrom. I
I Reading, "A Woman in a Shoe Shop" ;
' Gladys Dunleavy.
j The Flatterer Chaminade :
: Scarf Dance Chaminade
; Tarantclle Hel!er ;
j Miss Hildur Renius.
! Butterfly Grieg
' Bridal Procession Grieg
Mermaids Wilson G. Smith
Miss Nina Anderson.
; Reading, "Wynken, Blynken, Nod"
! Miss Gladys Dunleavy.
To the Moonlight Ma Dowel!
Dance Caprice Grieg
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The ladies of the Tri-Cities are cordially
invited to attend our
Thursday and Friday
March 13th and 1 4th
Our millinery is most exclusive this season; showing
individual stvles. A number of imported models, in
cluding our own specially designed hats, as well as a
display of very smart street hats, will be shown at
If -It e-L
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iicaiueci mat colds are slight Infec
tious fevers which spread particularly
among the population of cities and
which are due to contagion and not nt
a ne resource or the perfumer are Z.. ... .... ciu.icni.i- in wie Mldlo-
however. bv no means confined to the? ' t'""" Hmp!iign of lMSd;
pomades, as the scented fats are term
ed He u-es inanv essential oils, tin?
all to changes in the weather. These , princ ipal of which ure sandalwood,
may predi.pos by lowering resistive j bergamot. lemon, rosemary, neroli
vitality nn.l by disturbing the circuln- I (U3ad? from bitter orange flowersi.
t!on in mucous membranes, but it is j ptc houli nnd attar of roses. The lut
the presence of an Infectious germ j tPr which jS not now used so rnti'-h as
that gives rise to the symptoms of the ' frnieriy. is verv ditlieult to obtain in
cold. When one of these bothersome j a plm. sfat(i t;H,.s its Kreat cost
affections gets into a household usual j ,f,Ilipts lo (jls10nest ndulteration. Verv
ly more than one person suffers from ofu.n peranjIlm oil ls substituted for
it. and it spreads in offices and schools , ,f Mnsk u nnfth(.r important lugredl
and the like. It is much more fre- , ejt enterinr as it coes . )nto amost ;
qnently caught in a crowd than nr- j porfumps px,.ept thS(, that actually
where else. , arp imitations of flower odors or. as
The people who have a succession of j stypd by pprfumerSi ..naturar.t fr
coins uunui; cue: wuiici nuirr iiei . jnstaIlcei ,jie
tnose wno nave io worn wnere iuuuj ; rose
people come and go during the day j j,resg
are particularly susceptible to them, i
It is not to some sudden change in the
and violet New York
I happened to meet nn organist
from lOdinliurgli. who told me that In
the throes of that electoral light Mr.
Gladstone soothed and steadied him
self with music. Ilnvinn arranged a
time for the organ practice, he wM
provided with a key. by means of
which he could o:;ter the church quite
privately. Silently and alone he would
sit in one of the pcrs with his fore
head resting on hi hand while the
organist played over n number of fa
miliar iiiel Impressive hymu tunes.
The llencr neither looked up nor
spoke until the hour compelled him to
Move. Then, with a "Thank you." In
passed out to throw himself again Into
the hustling political contest.
weather that the physician looks for
the origin of a cold, but to some rath
er intimate contact with other sulTer
ers from similar affection.
Th Muio Soothed Him.
In his book "My Life's Pilgrimage"
Thomas Catliag xlves interest insr
The Lndy And is your father work
ing, my little man? The Little Man
1 s'pose so. mum. The judge said ar(3
labor. I.oiidoti Telegraph.
FAT AND FLOWERS.
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Out to Infection and Not at All to
Changes In tha Weather.
Uave you ever noticed in church
Immediately after a prayer or a ser
mon is finished some one starts a
cough and then a whole battery of
coughs explode"? The modern physi
cian will tell you by way of explana
tion that microbe emanations frr 1 the
breath of the coughers find their way
into the respiratory tract of others,
who thereupon cough tc. Not alone
in church, but in theaters and other
indoor places where people gather in
large numtcers. is this coughing habit
Extraetirg Their Dainty Perfume ;
From Odorous Blossoms. ;
By a process known as enSeurage, i
which is the exposure of beef fat to ,
' fresh flowers in closed boxes until H '
: Is thoroughly permeated and charged
, with their odors, the perf times of va
! rious (lowers are obtained which could j
, not otherwise be so effectually pre- I
served sjpart from the fresh petals. '
i Those flowers are violet. Jasmine, tube- i
1 rose. rose, orange flower and cassic
. (cinnamon flowersi. From those six ;
i there are fiftv or more combinations '
made for the simulation of the odors ESGBBEEJ
: of other flowers. Sweet pea Is made
; with i.range flower and jasmine, bya- iBSEffiSC
' ciuth is counterfeited by Jasmine and
i tul.eroe and the lily of the valley by i tEEKHSSSi
Woman Is As OM As
No woman want to look nM. Many In thir fTort V lock
youthf ulrtort tothe"Uaty rlfK-tor'B' prf-srriiiti inB.'l nirm;i
take ia that th'-y visit t ho wrong tli.parUacaL ia thedruj; ttore.
I5auty d-ivnrfs upon health.
Worry, mwpla nitfhts, h.-c-;acho-i, pnirn, dfaorfi"r. irr-j-l.ritws
and weat.nm of a die i n Uy f miiii!;Pt. harart-r i.i a
hort time hnr.ir the dull eye, tna "crow'i f-:t." taj hitKi-'J
look, drooping BhouMrt, and th-i faiterinx'
Ttrt;in the ajipri.n- -if y.uin you inunt rrfjain ralth.
Inauuui ot loune, iowdcr and paints, tuk jour dfugiMt Xur
7h!8 famo'jii mIiHn? Blritfj at tho v-ry root of thni
rr.errJ of your youthful apiarii'-c. it xnact you not
oniy look ytiuna, hut fml y.uvt.
Vovr 4rwcvl-t cait lupof y yi In Ui'jf 4 or t bM f rm-r itaf
CO o-cnt tsmp to Ur. P.arca't lnvla Hatfti nnd lu
&cm Inrtlttft, Butf(u( r.V. -s&d trtmt lc will b mmtlm vMt
VulCi VIBiWIll '
I violet and tuberose.
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