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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1913.
Machines, Nicely Decorated
Parade Through City Streets
at Noon Today.
WORK OF GOD IS
MARRED BY DEVIL
candy booth run by the Colonial girls
and a rest room open to ail.
The feature of the carnival will be
the vaudeville show which will hold
forth in the assembly room after the
other shows are closed for the even
ing. The program for thi6 follows:
A-"A Cncri'il Cola "
Ab'ram Bronson-John Kittilsen. Eev. Redding Preaches Power-;Gcd s side anyhow
A. atreet parad of automobiies ad
, vertlstng the frolic which is to be
' presented at the hiph school tonight
! and tomorrow nicbt for the purpose of
; raising funds to carry on the school
: activities. Attracted considerable at-
tentlon thlB noon. The autos were
.decorated with signs to tell pedes
, trl&ns of what can be seen at the
The frolic will be similar to the
; one given a year ago. only iri the opin
; Ion of the promoters it wii: be ion
i per cent better due to the expennre
gained last year. The school build
; Jng will resemble a carnival ground
for the two days, with various kinds
Julius Soxmon Will Woodm.
B Whistling Solo Miss Catharine
Acoompanyist Miss Thekla Heim
beck. C The Arcadian Four Irving
Wright, Jay MacMani;?. Earnest Mac
Manns and John Kaier.
Aocon;;vinyist C. t'raile.
D Soprano Suio Miss Alice Quin
tan. Accompanir Mis Thekla Him
K Dance M.ss Iwrothy Simpson.
F "Con fission."
She Gladys Dunleavy.
He Will Schroeder.
Music by high school orchestra.
ful Sermon on Obedience to
EASTER OPENING AT
In spite of the storm last evening
a fair crowd gathered to hear Dr. J.
C. Redding at the Central Presbyter
ian church. During the song service
the male quartet sang "Though Your
Sins B as Scarlet," and later by re
quest 'Remember Now Thy Creator."
The subject of the sermon w-as "Goi
or the Devil, Which?" And the text
is found in Romans 6:16. Know ye
not, that to whom ye yield yourselves
tenants to obey, his servants ye are
tt whom ve obev; whether of sin
unto dea'h. or rf obedience unto
righteousness? Dr. Redd;7ig said in (
ject to your leaving tne" that's the
devil's way. The devil is deceiving
millions of people. Don't you go to
church when you p'ease, don't you
giTe what you please?
"On the bottom of mv old railroad
time card It used to say: 'In case of I
doubt take the safe side.' Get over on
In the 2Sth
ro a 1e tha c ooi-iy. A kgrrla Ptlflmah
isaid: 'I will let you go, that ye may
sacrifice to the Lord your God In the
j wilderness, only we shall rot go so
I very far awav.' How shy people are
j of church, how shy people are of j
! God. Don't let the devil tell you how
! far to go. The third batt:e in Exodus
10:8, 'Go serve the Lord, your God,
but who are they that shall go?"
"The devil has a whole lot of people
he's ashamed of, you can take those.
He wants to keep his people genteel,
the down and outer has no influence.
The more gentility you put upon sin
the more harmful it is. I'm no: afraid j
I of a down and out drunkard breaking i
! up my house, but watch out for the !
! kid-gloved, polite, worldly man. The i
urvij nrrpj meip iiifii in uis mui
THE MILL STORE Part
..... :m that sixth caapter of Romans, but
ou ar weicome at this store, ' . .
! they never get down to the 16th verse,
whether vou rnm to buv or to look. ! w , v,,,.. r-nA ,. n a
. ..... . - , .to uur uJ ."Ml air oritiii uwU)
ci mo unuai attractions holding forth Come v 1th the crowds that save their
f Jn the hall and morns adjoining. A ! nj,.w.iR. ri:ms anrl fIiirterH
There -e mnnr.ns of nponle i ra"- lQe-v Qel enoraie as ou Su im,..
out icck wnose rient on me uvui
Will be well nigh impossible as the1
t list Includes th following shows:
. I'togling r.rothers' circus, phantanrcia- j
, gorl, bla,';k art show, moving plc'ure ;
; shows, t'-l'-prdpli sUi'ion assisting Cu- ;
pid, fish pond, gypsy queen fortune;
tHler. penny ar-a.le and the police I Wf)m(, d" children.
couri.. in auui :n tnere will he a'
if ye obey the devil you are serving
' nif krls dimes anrl nuartpra bv do'ne ; the devil.
: general admission will be charged and a!! of tlu,.r buviDR ber. Never be- "God and the devil are both repre-
each show will cost five cen's in add;- forc. h;.ve v tuk,.n BO mucn rare in i eented by man. Remember that the
wne noes not have to visit al. .,.:,. fr. nr crir-c oil nf devil In a cast out s.nep1. herause he
r the attractions, however, in fact this ' ... dej.artmenti!. In drv we are I was proud and hauzhty. and the first
showing a fine line of dress ginphams thing he did was to mar the works of
and muslin underwear: also children's j God. We are gcing back into the
dresses, and woman's ho'ise dresses I kindergarten tonight. Moses had to
and wrappers. In our shoe depart- j fight a battle. When God called Mose.
ment we are now ready to show you j he began to make excuses, just as
the new styles in oxfords for men, ; church members are making excuses
In the gent's 'low. Mose8 didn't dare speak before
furr.ishincs. you will find dress shirts, Mbe king or the Jews so God gave him
pli.in and fancy hose, collars and tes. ! Aaron to be h";s spokesman. If God
and a complete ;ne of overalls and j could get two men in Rock Island like
work shirts. When it comes to out I Moses and Aaron, he could shake all
the hll out of town.
"Moses was to tell the children of
Israel that God knows a.l their sor-
rr,w thuf ClrtA sent IiIiti tn rteltver
i , . . ni lull I nr ri-- iii.iiiiiiir- i;di lju v..u.i -"-. ......
iiair ami ci;uiurun , , , . . , ..
ii:ive r.eara so mucn anonr. nesiaes an
kinds of garden tools and a complete
line of hardware sundries.
We have a few specials to offer you
for all inv Patu-dav, and a few more
for Sfiturdny evoning from 7 to 5
ipe, wfiich tlie Thomas cc.o' H. wricn vin he worth your wn'le
tins so much fait ii in to Inves'icaUB. e wil look for you
. Early Piety Not Always the Cause of hardware department, yon will be sur
Ealdnesi. prised at nil of tlie useful articles you
Inasmuch a, it is accepted fact ' wi" flnd ,h"r- In this d-parment you
! -it i, ..i.i, r li,,.,, i, . xv'" end "The Free" machine that you
re CHiiHed by a Kt-rm, doesn't it stand
ti rens'iri that ih,- only way to pre
vent such iu!a u: it i-s is to kill th
And doesn't !' F'and to reason that
t'.ie only way to kill these genua Ih to.
Ii?e f'arTsian :
. IMig foMipiirn
them. He was to inspire hope by
telling of the gre.t land God had prom
ised and to make that hope more in
tense to tell them the land (lows with
milk and honey. You go home with
all the milk and honey from the
church, all the good you can get and
you can't keep the children home with
a club. But go home with your face
1 1 at it j i.ii r :i i. ' es i to cure daiidriifr. at this opening of ours, so don't dis-
t-'falliiik- hair i.ml itching scalp in two ' appoint tits, but come with the rest of iaI: puckered up with criticism and of
7Tcel.s or tti'.i,ev back. .the people to the store where nothing I course they won't come. Did you
delightful hair ; costs more and most things cost lg i PVf'r tr' lo lve a cnlld a bl,e of a
r Parisian .-'.i.lv is a
topic 1. i.s: in use it is not Bticky ; tliun fit any other,
ic n a -y a' d e-mta'ns only those in-j -
grcdier.'s that v ill surely benefit.
It Is now so'd by driiKjrlsts all over
-An;eria and by the Thomas Dru
rmnpnny for ." cents n larfte bottle.
It Is used et(.i: i -y w omen who
fl'Bire biMir;;int luur with a radiant
( Adv. i
Are vou frequently hoarse?
have that annoying tickling
at nihf, and do you raise mucus in the ; wilderness to worship Him
Does vour couch annov vou ! to so a three days
sour apple after you had first taken
a bite and your face was still drawn
with the sourness?
"God wanted the children of Israel
journey into the
morning? Do you want relief? If so,
take Chamberlain"? Tough Remedv
The Rirl with the auburn hair land you will be. p. eased. Sold by all
is on every package. (Adv.)
1 druggists. (Adv.)
tion means just where God wants and
just what God wants. The first bat
tle in Exodus 8:25. 'Go ye, sacrifice
to vour God in the land.' 'I don't ob-
rank in the church, the honrlest, meas-1
liest little people. The fine saints
of God keep in the back ground, i
Exodus 10:11, the strongest deceptive;
point the devil used: 'Go now ye that j
are men and serve the Lord.' Yes, j
and the devil will keep your women,
thus he sought to destroy the seed
of the people through whom God had
promised a Messiah. We fall and
break our necks over the fifth battle
most. Exodu6 10:24: 'Go ye, serve the
Lord; only let your flocks and your
herds be stayed.' Bring all you own
to the devil then you can go to God.
Give the world your wealth and in
crease, take God your advise and criti
cism. God almighty has got his 10th
cut of every dollar John got. He has
blessed me I'm not a great man, but
be has blessed me."
Dr. Redding closed with these
words, "We've had a visit this even
ing with God, go home and read John
The services this evening will be
a song serrloe and begins at 7:30.
In its new home on the third floor our Boys' Fig. New Daylight
welcomes mothers to the largest and finest display of clothes
Skolny Suits for Boys
Smartest styles in the nobbiest new models including the Etyl
ish Norfolks all the popular patterns and shades. Skolny
suits are the best clothes made for boys. We have the latest
spring styles, attractively priced at $5.85, $7.90 and $10.
Great Suit Offer
As a special opening attraction in
our Toys' I':g New Daylight Depart
tuei.t we offer fine all wool suits with
t-Mi im'.r f pant in the newest
fi.l'i ;i s. pattei ns and shades. ag?s 6 to
10 a hU t-s offer at $5. $5.
For Man,Voman& Child
Rock Island,! ll.
and. Rat with
M t 111
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DU PREZ IS GIVEN
ONE WEEK TO MOVE
Burt DuPrez. proprietor of the nor
torious joint on Third avenue, which
Commissioner Archie Hart has said
must go and who promised to get out
his hammer as a result of the edict
from the city, appeared before the
commissioner in a very penitent mood
this morning and pleaded for one
week in which to digpose of his prop
erty. He admitted that he had lost his
head in the verbal encounter with Mr.
Hart several days ago, when he had
made his threats and also that in the
past he had made no effort to get out
of business when ordered to do so.
This time, however, he promised that
he would sell out entirely.
Commissioner Hart said: "I am not
fighting you, merely conditions as
they exist, and because of that you
may have this week you ask. See
that you are out of there before the
end of that time."
James Gallagher has been cutting
ice for the past two weeks; at least,
that is what he told the judge this
morning when arraigned on a charge
of drunkenness. James ventured up
on being pressed for an explanation,
that the ice had not been of the best
quality during the warm spell, and
This Week's Specials
Boys' Suits with Two Pairs of Pants
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pride to our
great values in
Shoes for Men
Easter styles ftm
0 to $5 1
the largest and finest displays of
in the Jri-Cities. Latest lasts and leathers.
Shoes $6.50 and $7
1 w -W3
For Man,Woman & Child
Besides a great offer of boys' all wool blue - ff
serge suits at V D VJvJ
1706 Third Ave.
Rural New York potatoes,
per bushel 50c
Dakota Early Ohio potatoes,
per bushel 60c
IXL Brand California peaches,
per can I2V2C
IXL brand California apricots,
per can 12!2C
Iowa Brand Pears,
three cans for 25c
20 pounds for $1.00
Garland brand Pears,
per can 15c
Matchless brand Pears,
per can 20c
Preserved strawberries and
raspberries in Mason jars,
Per jar 20c
Phone W. 211
1 706 Third Avenue
that he had been laid off at noon
yesterday. Inasmuch as the ice went
out two days aeo, Jim was placed in
the light of a prevaricator. He prom
ised to look not upon the wine when
it is red nor the beer when it is brown
and was released.
From college rah rah to gutter
moocher is the metamorphosis which
Carl Burgerson has undergone in the
past three years. He was arrested for
drunkenness and begging yesterday
afternoon, and in police court this
morning told of his happy days at
Beioit. Hard luck has bfen pursuing
him since his collegiate career, ac
cording to his statement, and that
accounts for his fall. Burgerson was
Ed. Morris, held as a robbery sus
pect since March 4, was this morning
liberated, as there was insufficient evi
dent .to Implica'e him in a saloon
hcldup which occurred March 3.
Saloon Man Owes $324,523.
Chicago, March 14. Edgar T. Red-
Thousands of persons have been rescued from the torturesof Rheumatism
and restored to perfect liealth by the use of S. S. 8o uniform are the
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quers Rheumatism if given a fair trial. You can never cure this deep
seated disease with external treatment, such as liniments, plasters, blis
ters, etc. These may furnish temporary relief but tliey do not reach the
blood where the real cause i3 located. Rheumatism is rooted and grounded
in the blood and must be driven from its stronghold
there before permanent relief can be had. S. S. S.
conquers Rheumatism by driving from the circula
tion the excess accumulation of uric acid which is
responsible for the disease. "R. S. S. strengthens
and invigorates the blood so that instead of a weak,
sour fluid, causing pain and aony throughout the
system, it becomes a nourishing stream furnishing
health to every portion of the body and relieving
every symptom of Rheumatism. If you do not con
quer Rheumatism it willcouqucr you. S. S. S. isthe
one remedy you can depend upon for good effects. Book on Rheumatism
and medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, CA.
path, for many years a saloon keeper
at 172 West Jackson boulevard, yes
terday filed a voluntary petition in
bankruptcy in the United States dis
trict court. He scheduled liabilities at
$:iJ 1,523.10 and assets $1,750. Most of
the debts consist of liabilities on lease
holds in Chicago and New York.
! T A (CtH
Of the Peterson Shoe Stock
Tomorrow will be the last day of the closing out sale of the Peterson Shoe
stock. The remainder of the stock must go regardless of price as we must make
room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily.
Balance of Peterson's misses' and children's $1 to $2 shoes
in two lots at 39c and 59c.
Balance of Peterson's $1.50 to $2 boys' shoes will go a'
98c and $1.45.
Balance of Peterson's women's $2 to $3.50 shoes go
98c, $1.39 and $1.85.
Balance of Peterson's men's shoes, $2 to $4 go at 98c,
$1.45 and $2.35.
PRIESTER-HICKEY SHOE CO.
Harper House Block ock Island