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THE ROCK ISLAND AEGUS. MONDAY, APRIL li, 1913.
First Methodist. The Daughters of r; m duty re and S. W. Searle and
.ne. covenant win meet with Mr, splendid program is anticipated.
Charles Meyers. 1S21 Second avenue, !
this evening at 7:80. l..i. n, i. r t t .
VM ... , ,. . . South Park Presbyterian. The har-
...... --n. ii.t, iniHn ;i 09 minf ill ;
Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 the
Junior association will meet at the
fiMd V P'ine t-day evening at 7;3o
The Harriett Henderson Memorial
c1,';b will hold its annual banquet at
the church Thursday evening at 6:30.
John Hauberg will pive an illustrated
lctnr on Panama af'er the set-Tin "raver services will be held Wed
(.' the supper. ' nesday evening at 7.30.
Tr" Dauph'ors of the Covenant V. ! Thursday e-.v- ;ne h" Brotherhood
e endue a bakery sale at Batties" sro- will h-ld a dif-uss'on m 'he subject
eery Rto-e Saturday momitj;. j "The History of the Presbyterian
The Rork Inland and Peoria minis- ' Church."
e-jf;! d rt-ts win tiold a moet'ni?
Tiia.dfy and Wednesday pf this eeR ,
a-. ,'-. !
Tnr ty Episopai. Th corflrrn-'
t"n m-et this eren-ne a" ,
i . "
S". Kl:7.ab,th'H ruild mill nuc ihis
' -. ;ue ii' 7 : 3 in th punch house.
;,.n(.v i j ,ic! wiil -n'-e tn Ms.
V'. I.. Oeden. 111.". Twenty-first street,
' r-'nln; af" "rnrr. a? 2:3".
7Y;'- Tinreas guild will rr:-o vVed.
': ni; eveninc ;it 7:30 nt the re lory.
the Young People's choir will meet sp,
i for rehearsal in the rhureh if
! This evening at 8 o'clock the ofT.
I cers. teacher? and special workers of
the Sunday school will hold the mcn'h
ly business and social session ia thf.
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 the
1 Pastor's Aid society will meet with
a Mrs. O. Leonard, 2117 Twelfth street.
i Prara- CAn-!.a. will K t.A1,4 ta4
r.esday evening at 7:30 in the church.
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock the
board of trustees will meet a th
The meeting of the Mission Study
class, to have been held Friday after
noon, has been postponed one week.
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock all
member of the coripreaaticTi are to
hold a T.eoting at "he church to con
fer with ;h visl'itxt committee ap
pointed by presbytery to act on the
resignation of Rev. Marion Humph-r'vs.
Fridsy fvnint a con.rga'ional sup- ;
per mil be hold at th rhur'h to i
Wllirh h'! mpirhpre r ' tho r-rnirreen. I
M..n -e invited Sen-ins will heein ! ices iH b hld Wednesday evenirg
United Presbyterian. Prayer serv-
rt 7. .30. All membe-s an ar con
tempisf i-ip atter.dine ere asked to seid
in their rair.es and tr-- nutr-ber of
pia'-ep tr, he roserve-i to Mrs, H C.
Spauldirg. 2fi3fi K?even"h-and a-ha!f
avenue. The choir will furnish music
m.d a pood time is ar'icipated.
B'oadway Presbyterian. This ev
en'r.E the Boy?' club will tnpi in 'he
Sut'day sehooj rc.-.m. All b-y he
tweej, tl e sees of and 1 are invited
F rst Baptist. Prn-er servre. 'll
ti- iPlr Wedri'-sday evening at the i to attend this meetina;.
' ! ii-' 1..
"tie pastors bible c';a?s will meet
T":'"1:iv e-onirip mj-c T"." ' : I i h m
I ; in": ", ilfi? Nlne'funth s're"-.
ItK- mi!ithl- '" ff-n tif the l.nd'e'
.". ir afrir'y vlll i, I'plfl prldav afer-
ft h hr-me of fr?. F". H. First.
II!.-. Ti cr'tjet); st-(,t.
t, will lioif) i'-. flrc- -:,'!v and ! f-rtoon
'I'luet inmnrni cver.inir af 'lie chap- I
Th';rsdy evening at 7:30 the Wom
an's Misr-icn society will meet with
Mrs . f: Bryan, 152S Tenth avenue.
The annual cpen meeting of the
Ka?e Hill Missicn sor-iefy will be hld
at the church Friday evening at 7:4".
A good proeram has been prepared
rrd members and all friends are in
vited. Grace Lutheran. The cho:r will
Meet fcr rehearsal Wednesday even-
Wednesday evening prayer ervics . intj at the parsonage,
will be he'd at he church. The Alter Foc'etv will meet Friday
Rirh's hand will moe wi'h Mrs. ever.irc with Miss F.rdina Hu'te. 632
Senders. 717 Twenty-nivh street. Wed- Sixth street, y aline,
resdav p'ternoon. The Altaf society will held a bak-
Tiv .Ifini'ir association wMl meet at fry sale Spturr:iy at -h People's Tow.
ch':rch Thursday af'ernoon at 4. er compatiy office in Moline.
Th ladies' Aid so-iTy -will hold ai
,-oflVe B- 'he home o' Mrs. It. A. Zlon Luthern Th Viwmr P.on1V :
society win meet this evenine wjrh
Miss Ksther Anderson. 1107 Thirty-
The v-n's "d- ! Adams. 1712 Tweifh avenu. Frida
.,i,r(.Sses wil: be riven by W. : Central P-esbyterian. This evening j Wednesday evenir.g prayer services
m c-i I m I i w f pi1 SI 1
NEW ARRIVALS AT YOUNG & McCOMBS
Tkree "Onyx" Hosiery Days
on whicli we will cooperate witK the makers and
offer tke following extraordinary values
V m mi ii
i oWA '.''0
VJ LS k
5 irr.ii. as.. .''? ij-e
Women's "Onyx" Black Silk Boot Hose
also W omsn s Unyx Oilk Lfiei
black, tan and wkite, all
35c value at ...
wcig'Kt s lk hosiery "Onyx"' best $1,50 grade at
Women's "Onyx" Silk Boot and Silk
Lisle, black, tan and wnite, splendid 50c
35c ,. $1.00
A most remarkable value in high grade heavy " ff
NEWER SUITS Many especially wor
thy at $15 and $17.50. Some con
servative, others show many brilliant
NEWER COATS S me wonderful ones
from $10 to $25. They are either trig,
chic, semi-fitting or roomy.
NEWER BLOUSES. WAISTS For all
at $1.75. $2 to S5 95. The prettiest
and finest we have ever shown.
SILK PSTTICOATS M-ariy very close
fit models 82 98 up. For women who
desire a well groomed appearance.
SILK ST00Ki:TGS These are a nicety
addition, 25r rir up. Sill: clad ankles
are necessarv this year.
AFTERNOON FROOKS Latest models
in Up to $32 50. Come in and tee
the new addition?.
CHILDREN S NEWER COATS AND
DRESSES Never sr. prittv before. Up J
WALL PAPER -
Money Saved, is mor.ey made, you will
realize this truth when buy n papers here
We offer tomorrow real bc-jains. A
room of paper In perfect comainat.ons
neat designs for halls, bed rooms ni
kitchens. Ten different patterns to
8 r oo I-: wa!!,
20 yards border
Parlor, hall, dining room and livinj
room papers in tans, browns, and
greens, with wide and narrow borders,
regular 12'2c values at roll
A Tine assortment of nn rl nsn.r. In 311
shades for parlors, etc., the kind that U h
sell for 20c el3ewhere. our price,
Plain and printed eat meal papers 18
ar.o 22''ic Up-to-cats cut out borders
for all rooms.
Ask to see our stained glass paper
fcr windows. Shuts out unslghtiy
view, and beautifies the roam as well.
We Do Paper Hanging and Do it Right.
Free lessons in
Friday and Sat
urday from 2
to 4 o clock.
I ROCK ISLAND
be hpi'! r. 'li !ioni of Mrs. Laura :
I Friday nftemocn tin Indies' S inp
j society will hold ;s annual fi: ins
I s&le in the chapel. Thpy '.vill aiso j
ferve supper lioginr.ir.s: at 5:'!fi. I
! Saturday afternnon at 2 the con-!
jfirniatif n class will me t t.ho ciiureh
EXTEND BATE FOB
exquisite stock of new and handsome
patterns. We take pride in having it
put on with neatness and dispatch at
low prices. P. J. Lee, 1203 Third avenue.
cd in an attractive ajid sanitary pack
age. Put up in onehaif pound and
vice pit never to return."
Oaiiuert's chocola'es! They stand
on their own reputation for purity,
aeccacy and richness. Elegent, at-
Souders Launderlne company at 501-
R03 Twelfth street This laundry If tractive pacitar.es designed to satiofv
Entries in Road Improvement equi9d T'ith tbe verT latf,8t raorc!'" t'es of the ,Bl discriminating
- n aoaa improyement machinery, turning out worK that !s i buyers. Suy you ant (Jau.erl's next
iwic jTciuiigsioie up until
First Swedish Lutheran. -This; e-en. ,
::,p the bu'ti of de;.co;is will meet ,
in tiie sc'iocl house. ;
eane-,ay even:! i: pvaver services '
Xe'"b.e Vl'T ,V"T 0f Anriri"'V ! The committee on pfod roads, nam
Ne!. 41R Th.rd strc-r. ; e thf, KiftJ. ThoU8and c,.)b t0 con.
.?, llir- sft0.rn"n nnu "v"nir' ThP duct a road improvement contest
.Mlhnit help-rs c.rde n ill hold a 6al ainone the residents of th onn,v
ar.d ccff .e Hr the siimo! '.vuse. They sruln an(i nf hor. ,,..,' Taeiv choice brands.
cot surpassed oy auy laundry in thet'inie you buy a box of candy.
Btate' j neautifu! lawn is trie otiject of Just
Kain & Keinhardt cigar store still ' pride and constant admiration. At
takes the lead. Most liberally patron- jO'Hara's feed store is the place to buy
.::ed. Everything in tooacco, cigars j the choicest Kentucky blue grass seed
ard smoker?' euppl:es. Man lg never f at Pr pound; mixed lawn grass
better satisfied than when snicking
w;'.l plaee m sa'- varicu., useful i-r- because of the bad weather of the last
week the oppning of the contest has
The Flock Island Lumber and Manu
facturing company, lumber and build-
sed l..c per pound; white clover seed
50c per pound. T. S. O'Hara. H.'O
Se eiith avenue.
A Special Showing of
There is no doubt about you wanting a stylish Spring
Suit, but if that want is buried under the fear that you
cannot obtain just what you want at a moderate price,
we strongly urge you to come and view this attractive
showing at 10.98.
Were such suits show n you at most stores, you would consider
them specially priced bargains here they represent Grossman's ex
ceptional values. All the leading styles are shown in all the dictat
ed fabrics for spring and early summer. Such a purchasing oppor
tunity as this is not a common occurrence, therefore we advise an
Suits at That Ever-Popular Price 18.75
tides which th?y have made
The choir wi'.l meet for r
! Friday everin.
April L'4 .1
T.r cnuri ti unaer tie ;.-isp:ee? or the j. v. Campbell, chairman and other
I Yn;:.c IVcple'g society, wh'ch wi',1 members cf the committee, s'a'?
, be flowed by a social 'ime u'A re. ; th?t the committee will' soon
j frerhments. 1 make a trip through the distri.-'F
! to which the contest is open. On this
j Spencer Memorial Methodist. The jaunt they will distribute entry blanks
: bible study class will meet at the and confer with those who have been
j er.-rch Tuesday rvei.:ng. named as judges
Proycr services v. ill hp h"'d 'ed-
i r.esday evei'ins at 'hp church. get a larse number of farmers inter-
I Thiv.-dty tli'- 1-ji c. will ;o!d ;n ested in the contest for in thi3 way
;.! dny sewinx u" the chiii'ch f.r 'he the roads to Rock Island will he im
benrfit ( r Hethany h'nie. They will proved. Prizes for the winner in eacn
.f'AP d nner at 1. o'cli.ck. of half a dozen or more districts, have
been assured and the farmers will Pnd sort's Ajax chocr.latc-s i h any oilier
i imisar.Mi g viermao uutneran.-- u:ai innro-. 111c 01 me roaas w-.n work mawf ana jou wh. nna tne reason tor
, 1 on ra "ii. :u-.e ,k reiie?.is.ii l" aumn uf;c ii; uimv wa;.a uiau l"- ' "umiui , iin-ri-ai.iK anu remaiK-
i'--i been delayed until May 1 at which ing material for all p-irposes. houses.
' . time an entries must be in. The con- ( barns, granaries. We will give you an
Maub-rg wi:i pp test under the new arrangement will 'onnnrtnr.iiv m , hi. . i .
illustrated ler'r.ve on Panama at end A tic. 1. i k . .
, Math's tiaKery ana conrecttonery
i etore, the finest ia the tri-ciues.
, i3read, cakes. pi?s, ccokl?s aid hot
rol;s. They can t be beet. Mori peo
ple sey they are superior to any home
jLaking. Let them serve you.
I M. R. Iglehart, marbie and granite
"Hlisrcitw 1 one of thop who envy
ntliers the slightest elevation above or
"Yes ills family enn't eat a meal
without heinj: afraid he'll t'et jealous
I'f the tt.ihv arid w,mt the high chair."
The Usual Way. it A
nilly Weldnti i dead
'Pnr.r olinn T ..t'u ...if lniDn
it i the hope of the committee to 6aVe,fou iMi- Pt- My .-, lot of the Ml.u.i,, ni.nut
its. From 15 to 25 per cent tuved or
that he would have been ulail to hear."
umectal work. Call at our shop ol i
cecoud cvenue and see for yourself.
Compare quaii' and value of Gan-
bcard wi'l iTfet this '
I e- eninp.
I The Se"'i:i(t seoi,-ty meets a 'he
i hf me of Mrs. I'h. P"if''. "i02 K'lith-
atid-a-lialf aver tie, Th'.:-sday af "ernoti.
The chcir will niett fcr rehcarsa"
ab!e sales, of Ajax chocolates. They
are pure chocolates, candies of exquis
i'e flavor, perfect consistency, contain-
A f.or.dnn crrate the other dnr m
reived tin Hstonishinj answer tn an in
qniry after a parNhinner's h'iii' h
"Wei!, sir." said the pirl-hioiier.
"sotnetimes 1 feeh anyliuw. sniiiet llne
1 feels nohow, and there be times whec
I feels ns stiff as a liimiiiidne "
5 ? rp
s t raordin a-v
offerings, and i' you could only thoreuahlv aPDreria'e thin fnct
make n spec. a! effort to oossess a -.;'.t fmtr. :ht llr.
pip'. r.?. H-dford roris. French ar.d noveltv mix'ures. in al lrh. ku.h.i .tvt.
the wai-tm. Scr.e tr.mmed a hit. others qu.te severely p'.sin. but all correct ar.d very attractive
Tvo Coat Items of Note 9.98 and 14.75
lr 'he woman who ries.res a pretty, serviceable -oat for general wear, we do not hesitate to
urc her to rounder this di.-p.a o:' fine garments at .&).
New .-'...ths. carefully trade ur. some p'.ain. some semi-trimmed. There are serees and othor da..
Pi.ri.-eti i h;io-,v you similar coat? priced to 1? 75 in som othor stores
f..KO-ii. shervriprd checks, broken rV-lit if in ih. nnmi;.. . k ... . . j
- - - , ... .bbu-iu.at .hi ctt--j ua i y tzi Hi u sc?
'.:r.e n rca'.iy unite out of the ordinary, for we have no hesitaner In savins that a com-
Ei:y a home of Relay ijros.
For express, call William Trefa,
Tri-Clty Towel Supply company. i
Bluebird pir.s at J. Ran ser's Sons'. !
Independent Express Co. West 981. ,
Braret watches at J. Ramser's
- Have you seen the lucky bluebird
YOUNG MEN'S CLASS 1LS al J- Ramsers Sojs ?
W. B. Mdntyre yesterday morning I Kerler Rug company for vacuum j
i spoke to tiie members of the young i -iean;ng ana rug-making.
Diamonds are on the jump. Yo,u car
buy one right at J. Racser's Sons'.
Coin purses, vanity bags, fancy !
leather baps, at J. Ramser's Sons'. '
! German Methodist.--Prayer m"11'
j i"T will b lif-ld Thur- r'.-iy o-.-enii -:
at 7 : ?. at th hcue ,Mr. K. Ram-:
! ser. 831 Thirtieth street. j
M'INTYRE ADDRESSES !
.e" s. ri'
er.-eigh: is lgths.
t oiorm;s such as fashion dictates.
About 150 Summer I Mannish Sliirts of Silk
01." -r.'.ir.c r.ew riode' o? fine
enjlrf-Iii.'ry vois. murtjaisettes.
in criaus colors, trimmed pret
tily aiui sm'Ciaily i riced at n.SS
New Hr.er. dresFt s at 4 PS.
6 f o aud 7 ?.
l ine tub silk shirts,
very stylish. They al
ways look so fresh and
pretty. Pleasing styles ; modt''
tor summer w ear 1.98.
Those are all regular $3.00 ral-
nes. pure silk, in the prettiest
shadings for spring and summer.
There are a variety of attractive
to ahoose from, priced
Millinery Again Begins a Week With New Offerings - -
Tr.nn.ed r.ts ::, h B. von nns:tirlv r.rm, rf,tt.,. ........ P. 3 '',.,. '. " , . i estiiuattg On your p.umbiLg. stfcaic
o"'"" a..v u ;ui jju3.ii-i iituooi aupi'.catp m our prices, are eagerlr awsitlrir the
chance to prae your head. All the new shapes, with trimmings of flowers an'g plumes in the sea
son's most jrlorious eolors end soft toaed shadings. Hats which carry a distinctive air. bu' priced
wit: io. moderate l;mi.s 4 So.
Untrimmed Shapes, 1.95
For those who w-ould pre.'er a
s r'.kinft n-'it untrioia. '. shape
h'e rt'.sp'.ay offrs a wid? rasge
-., ? Vlf; to chocs 1.P5.
$3 and $5 Plumes, 1.98
Ano'her shipment of those
"Grossman" famous 3.0" and
1 5 (o French plumes ia two
j toned effects. $i SS.
men's bible clasn of the Fir.-t Baptist
Sunday school. The talk was very
interesting and a larze number was
j present. The ciofs mee's every Sun
! day morning in the Sunday school
' rooms of the
j young men
Trip fa W yffwire STlfT W'c C-rm -j n
e Baptist church aoc all fouDlaln pen's at j. RamBer-a Son8..
of this t.ty are invited to r,
! Our B. B. serge at 133 is the beet
j raiue erer offered. J. B. Zlmiceri
i "At an Afternon Call" i Sons.
; sain a popular society woman, "the' fell per cent farm mortgages. LItten
subject of woman's i '-r;!:ii was unuer ' Robert, People'e National bank
discussion, and to my amazement 1 building
th: ee out of four women in the room, i Don't miss the Chi-N'amel display of
who had happened to call at the same i wood finishes during the demonttra
;time, had found health in Lydia E. tion at Riesd' drug store,
inkhan. s Vepetai.'e (v.tr.pound." Coal,' coal. coal. The Rock Island
Thousands of wom.-n n America ' Fuel tomDacT will riel.ver to m, .11
"BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER1'
V ithout good red blood a man has J v.'eak hart and pmr nervev Thinr,c-.s cf
the blood, or anaemia, is common in yoiina folk a. well as old. Kspcc.-illy It it
the ca with thote who work in illy ventilated fortune or tirr ho an- sir t
up ind(Kirs In winter time vw, tli a coal stove ImrninK un the nxyuen or emiilira
carbonic (oxide) nai. This Mood, or blood v.huii UtKiil.e red blood corpuscle.:
in anaemic peop-e may have been cucd by lack ot r.od fresh air hreatru-d n.to
lung, or by p.r diwtion or dysreps a. Sometimes peiple tuffer intense
rain over the heart v. hich it not heart disease at all, but caused by Indigestion,
vv natever the cause, there Jujt one remedy that y.a can turn to knowing
mat it lias given satisfaction lor over W ear:.
GOLDEN MeViGAL ISGOYERY
lsa blood cleanser and alterative that starts the liver and stomach into vlKorout
action. It thus assisu the body to manufacture rich rid blood which feeds II. e
i.eart:-nerves-brain and organs of the body. The organs ork smootlily l,ku
machinery running in oil. ou feel dean, strong and strenuous instead of tin f
weak and faint. .Nowadays you can obtain l)r. Pierce's f.olden Medical his
covery Tablets, as well as the liquid form from all medicine dealers or tabMj
by mail, prepaid in SI or 50c size. Adrcss k. V. Fierce, M. U., Buffalo N Y
?fL-JflECES GBEAT Um fAGE IULSTRTED COMMON SESE MfcWCAL
ADT1SER WILL BB SET FEEE. CLOTH B01ND FOR 81 ONE-CEM STAMPS
U II n K H BY) ii . W FI WA "Cl
ac VSK i. U J&att MB XSmt f VSS eft
Every sufferer of Rheumatism needs S. S. S. because this great blood pu
rifier is a certain cure forthe painful disease. Rheumatism is caused by ar
excess of uric acid and other corrosive, irritating impuritie3 in the blood,
which are carried through the circulation
eystem. 1 h:a acrid matter coats the Eerves, muscle3 and joints with a fine,
herbs, natitre's rincdy for woman's.
ills. Adv. j
- . . " " ' - - ..IIU J 'III L IT I 111 CI J 1 1 1 1-,
ISilC deposit and thcSliarn Cllttir.cr Tnirjnr riiill r-nncT-it- f,,l,,.0
AiireA R K Z r.irf.n T I. : i . . ,
esti&iatca on your piumbLg. atcaic cat:
i and hot water heating that wili tars cuced. S. fe. S. cures Rheumatism because it is a perfect blood purifkr.
you money. it goes into the blood, neutralizes the acids, and dissolves the imtAfin--
Fully nine cut of every ten cases ' CoIlin8 Hammericlt are ready
cf rheumatism is simply rheumatism' p''7e Bt,msite aEd do all kinds
of the muss'es d Je to cold or damn i carpenter work
or carome rneuTnaf.sm, neither of Eisn avenue. Pbon
wh'ch require any ir.terna! 'rearmeat. j Mueller Lumber company w:i: en
All that is needed to alTcrd relief is b's I"ou to bui.d a fine to-jse or barn
the free sppiiearion rf hamberlair.'s ' o'-t fbe choicest select lumber aiid
I-irrm-'n. Give : ?. ria:. You are ivi wi'J he erp-ised and yet pleased
certain o be pleS wL"n the quick re- to letrn the low prices they are mak
lief which it affcrls. Sold by all drug- ! ic?-
sistg. lAdv.) j Choose your wall xazier from our
toj particles and forces them out of the system through the natural excretor,
.' caannels. Thea all inflammation ami Rwellinor cnt,cifi. tl...,,...,!..!.,.
Shop location 1203 I f' and not osly is Rheumatism permanently cured but under the ton
Jhone west 730. i lc cCecU of S- S. S. the entire health is bcncCUed and built up. S. S. S.
reaches inherited ca:-:cs as well a3 tho?e which Lava
been acquired, and good result3 always follow its
use. S. S. S. is an absolutely safe remedy because
it contains no Btronjr minerals to damage the system.
It is made entirelv of roots, herbs and barks. Boole
on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write aad request
same. 5. S. S. is f-r tale at leading drug stores.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C0m ATLANTA, CI