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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
Bits of Scripture
( a. 9:20 a. ai; Dr. J. H. Nichols, super
i ictondent, Bible school ai 8: 30 a. m.
Services at 7 p. m.
Shall Be Satisfied." Evening subject,
"Standing Before God or rublic Opin
ion." Mrs. William Ullemeyer v. ill
sing "The Holy City " accompanied
by Miss Cora Nelson, at the morning
service. Special music in evening. j
Swedish 'Baptist, correr Twenty-first j
Ktret and Fifth avr-'nie. S'.mday sc'aool
at 10 CO a. m. V. P. U. at 5 p. ra., al
Second Baptist. Tenth street ard
Sixth avenue." Rev. J. W. Whitfield.
i Dattor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 '
; li. m. Sunday school at 12:30 p. r.;. '
GHETTO CHILD IS
A VISITOR HERE
Little Chicago Girl cf Five Years
Brought to Rock Island by
Miss Marian Hubbard. .
Tut' Lira js i.iy t-liephord; 1 shall
H" uvi; ;h to down in sn-cn
past ui lie !iaii'-ih in c beside tne
He r'arcifih rn rci:i; He leadeth
in " in trie jiu.as of righreousners tor
Hi". liiiM 's hi.k'1.
Y;i. !,. iii 1 a!V throuph the val
ley fif ti p ihmlvv o' tif-utn, i will fear
i') "il; or Thou ari. with me. Thy
rod and Thy nalT they Comfort rue.
'I hou ji:- p;ir si a tul'm brfore in?
in the pre?' ii'-e o!' r;.:w eiieniiet; Thou
aciKj'nietii iny hc:;d i;h ol; my tup
r'J'.ll ! Il rn I T
surely M,.in.ss hiid mercy stall
f'llo-.v me ;ij tlie dajs ef my life; and
I will in th' house of tl:t Lord
Central Presbyterian, corner cl ;
f ourtetiitb street and Tenth aenua ' CATHOLIC
Kev. Marion Humphreys, pastor. Sim- Sactad Hoart - Roman Catholic,
-lay school at S:15 a. ni. Chr.'itian En 1 1 ety -eighth street J,nd Fifth avenue
Vavor at 6
a in. and 7
Broadway Presryteriar, corner o!
TweM.y-third street and Seventh ave-
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. S'jn-
Zion Swedish Lutheran. f orty-ft ent emeritus.
Street and Seventh avenua. Rev. N. J. : renden.
l orst.ers. patter. Sunday school at ! United Presbyterian, Third
9 o0 a. m. Services at 10:43 a. ui. and Fourteenth street. Rev.
Rosie, 5 year old resident or Chi
cago's ghetto district and on:- of a
family of 10 children, is in ftock Is
land having the time of her youn?
j life. She is indebted for this to Miss
Marian Hubbard, daughter of County
Clerk H. B. Hubbard. Miss Hubbard
is engaged in teaching work in the
, K-.ving Street mission in Chicago and
Rosie is one of her pupils. Miss
, Marian has taken a decided liking for
the bright little Italian child and hav
ing a week's vacation at her disposal,
decided to bring the little one to this
I city for a week of play.
s It wasn't hard to secure the consent
; of the parents of the child. The fath-
fourth street ana Eigiiih-nii-a-linlr av " ,s a railroad section uand and tho
motner has ner nanc! full w ith her
nijjiy children, all of whom are un
der 17 years. Mis Marian fitted out
A. W. Coulter, superin-1 SC,ENT)ST j her little friend with proper clothing
First Church cf Christ. Scientist, ' and took licr on ti,e rliU" huh-
0 p. m Services at 10:45 J Rv- J- i-ocKney, rector. Masses ai
0 pm. it: lo ana iii:u. catecnism at z p. m.
eepers and oenediction at J p. m. ev
try Sunday and holy day.
S, Mary's Rorrian Catholic, corner
;pl'8 meetir.g st 6:30 a. m. Services i ,,reet- Father AdolPh Ge-ver- Pastor-
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. UaBS al S and 10:30 a' m"
. I St. Josenh'8 Roman Catholic, cornnr
South rark Presbyterian corne." of ; - and Fo,ineenth Etreet
. rh:rt:eth street and Fifteenth svenoe, ! Q recto Rey
Rev. . G. Oglevee, pastor. Sunday,.. . . ,
' . .. i;am P. Cleary. assistant. Masses at
school at !:30 a. m. Services at 10:4o , e . , , -
.... , , 7, 8, 9 and 10 a. m.
a. rn. snd :D0 p. m. oung Peoples! ' . ,.
I Aiken street chapel. Aiken street,
Vouth Kock Uland. Sunday school at
; 2:1'0 p. m. j. H. Cleland, superintena
tt 8 a. m.
W. Smlers. pastor. Masi
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30
German Evangei.cal, corner Twelf h i f- cervices at 10:4j a. m. ana;
treet nd Twelfth avenue. Rev. i t .:45 p. m.
T. 3. Rolf, pastor. Sunday school at j
0 a. ra. and p. in. Services at 10:30 '
a. in. utid 7:l;0 p. m.
jin( fcnjMiMi Lutheran, corner
r-eventb aveiiiic and Forty-fourth :
ireft. Iv. Im o Noil.Ktcin. pastor.
Sundny school at !:15 a. ni. Services
at. 10:4"i a in. I'frt 7 : 4T. p. ni. Morn-i
lng theme, "Cliri-t (i'.:r Ieae" iCv- j
eiiieg tlien:e, "Pure and I nil. -tiled lie-!
li'ion." Sp'-Ci.'ll tri-j-le.
Urst Swen.f.i. Lvuieran. corner;
Fourteen'!! nn"'t :;:id Fourth avenue ;
' :'.5 Twenty-third street, 'inday ser-
vice at 10:45 a. m. Subject of
morning lesson. Probation After
Death." Wednesdav evening testi-
I monial meeting at 7:45 o'clock. The
S r at 1 ::: a m. and 7:"" p. m.
(leriuan Li:' !i-iai-, corner Twentleui
street and Finn a emi. Rer. I'b. Wit
)i' l'ii. pastor. T't ic-s at i a m. and
7.;:' p. in.
Trinity Kp." epal chureh, NIn
trentli Ktree' and :"irth avenue. Rev.
( :r;i l; 'l'i- II .-'l. rn i.ed. t'Ttcr. S-TV-
ire., at 7:" p. rr... 10:45 a. in and 7:30
j'. in. S -'I'lav '. mo'i in !!::; a. tu.
M FTHODI ST
First Methodist, corner Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E
i New laud, pab'ci. runflay school at
P:3'i a. m. Kpworth league at. 6::10
a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
p. ra. Bishop McDowell will preach
in morning. Dr. W. D. Agnew will
preach in evening.
Spencer r.fen.cr:al Methodist, corner
. Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. Charles HawVins, pastor. Sun-
: day school at it: 30 a. m. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. ni. Rev. J. C.
Nate will preach in the morning.
Wayman African M. E. (colorefi),
: corner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and
' Thirteenth street. W. H. Saunders,
i pastor. 1 half! Sunday school at 2 p. il. Preach-
German MethodisL corner Four-; ing service at 3:15 p. m. J. C. Scholtes
: teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev. ', presiding elder.
Theophilus Kies, psstor. Sunday school j
, t S:15 a. ni. Services at 10:45 a. m , International Bible Students' as-
lnd 7:80 p. m. Epworth league at 7 j sociation Beselin's hall. 1503 Sec-
The child was too tirtd last night to
pay much attention to her surround
ings, but this morning she w-as up
with the sun and the wonders of the
world have been unfolding to her
ever since. She was ama::ed to find
a whole yard full of green grass and
flowers, these being curiosities in ths
Before the day was half spent she
had explored the neighborhood, got
acquainted with everybody, and was
having the best time of her existence.
It was a sort of Christmas, New
Year's, Fourth of July and cirens day
all rolled into one and she was hap
py. Doubtless her week's visit here will
30. W. B. Barker, superintendent. v
church maintains a free reading
room in the People's National bank
building, which is open every week
day from 11:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. and I"
BTery Saturday evening from 7 to 9
o'clock. All authorized literature on
Christian Science may be read or pur
WEST END SETTLEMENT
West End Sunday school, 700 Fifth j
itreet. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
f-rajer meeting Wednesday evenftng at ;
"!ei!n.r:;ii I'l ri.- t'.an, corner lbiro
Ji'.cii .'' and I ' n n :j street. Rev.
M. K. 'li;"t!i. i'..-tir. SMtt'duy
i'ree Methodist, Ninth avenue and
F:rteenth street. Rev. H. C. Willing,
lastor. Sunday school at 9:4.r. a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
LATTER DAY SAINTS j
Church of Jescs Christ, Latter Day I SrQlfSOTilll. "OlTltS
saints (Utah Mormons). At Math's
I Thomas Casey has returned to Rock
j Island from South Bend, Ind., where
he wa3 called by the death of a
I Sergeant Clarence Robinson, who
' has been stationed in the local office
' of the IT. S. Marine corps for some
j months past, has been transferred to
j Detroit, Mich. He leaves in a few
NEW YORK STORj
PIERR & COMPANY
1517-1519-1521.1523 Fifth Avenue, Moline.
Did Yon See
Madam Celeste De Crev
of New York City
Sec the new Spring Style3
displayed as they should be
on a living model in our
window tonight between 7:30
Madame Celeste de Crey will
appear exquisitely dressed in
full bridal costume.
will be worth
your trip down
town to see her at
8 o'clock sharp.
1 r-nd avenue. Bible study every Sun
! day at 9:45 a. m. Studying "The Di
vine Plan of the Ages." Subject, "Joy
in the Morning."
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tei -iv ::'
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V'p; r !
Htl'l 'i II
.'.:, .1. in Seii'or and In
t 1 - i t Fni!Hvor at 6:30
u f at 10: ir. a. n. and 7:30
:'.'( l:i - i!e. "l'attir and
::. Mihjeci . 'Lite s
; ' : rr
I ' i l''. pa !
'i l.i'i,; . el
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'. ..:rJ ( hri.-ti.
Bui, 'i t.:t i 'lir i h
i ::i ii. e-T iiT Sixth street
ii a'."'.i:v V. H.
r. P.'-iiie r c!i.)f! at :3t.
in i'i a i i. ami 7: p. m.
"V, ha'. Shall I Do to
i;'lii;j-4 riiiyj'-it. "i'L-t
. I o:irieen:h hVfniik
tie. t Sunday school
First Baptist, corner Third avenue
iind Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W.
Heed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
k. rn. 'Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30
, p. rn. Morning subject. "Uod With
i's." Evening subject, "Christ in Fs."
I KdirewiMul Baptist, corner Forty
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev.
: C. E. Taylor. LL.D., acting pastor. Sun
i day sc hool at 0:45 a. m., Joseph
'Wilmer. superintendent. B. Y. P. IV
at 6:30 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
land 7:::o p. ni. Morning subject, "1
cnurcb or the Brethren Services Revival Meetinas at Wavman Mission.
at the Grenell schoolbouse. First Revival meetings are being held at
street. East Moline, at 10:30 a. m. and ; the Wayman mission, African Metho
7:30 p. m. Services conducted by j dist, corner Fifth and a half avenue
Rev. D. A. Rowland of Dixon, 111. I and Thirteenth street, which are con-
; ducted by Delia Gurner Cary of Chi-
Spiritualists . i cago. Tomorrow there will be quar-
Prosperity hall, Davenport. Serv- j -
terry meeting beginning at 9 o'clock
with prayer for the salvation of sin
ners. At 11 o'clock there will be re
sponsive readings and at 11 o'clock
Rev. I. N. Daniels will preach and at
12 o'clock there will be a thanksgiv
ing and praise service. Sunday school
will be held at 1 o'clock and at 3
o'clock communion will be celebrated j
ana tne sermon win be aenverea Dy
Rev. Mr. Stovall of Davenport. The ;
The Young People's Christian En-'
deavor society will meet at 7 o'clock '
and Evangelist Cary will preach at 8 i
New Physician Locate Here.
Dr. R. B. Miller, who has practiced
medicine several years in Sallivan,
111. ,haa located in Rock Island, with
office at 1719 Second avenne. His
residence is at 2523 Eighth avenne.
He is a member of the Illinois State
Medical society. Dr. Miller has just
been named physician of the local
lodge of Owls.
All the news aii the time The Argus.
i ices every Sunday at 7:30 p. ni..
conducted by F. A. Thomas,
I). S. S.. missionary for the . itate
spiritualistic association of Iowa: The
subject is "Cod Did Not Create Hell."
Out Door Sleeping Berths
iilij This picture shows the
. ii''-Af'iti berth with the curtain
, raised and the top down,
I rjrm curtain
which makes it absolutely
stormproof from wind,
rain or snow. Fresh air
enters through vertical
v''a! open space between side
REV. M. E. CHATLEY
GIVES SERMON SERIES
Rev. M. E. Chatiey, who has recent- ;
ly taken up his w ork as pastor of the
Memorial Christian church, has ar
ranged for a series of sermons on the
relation of pasior and people, the first
to be given tomorrow, when he ivill
speak on the theme, "Tastor and Peo
ple." May 4 the topic will be "The
Bond of Brotherhood." May 11, "Chris
tian Stewardship, or What We Owe
the Lord." and May IS, "A Church
: That !o?s Tl,iags.''
Summer Cottages, Tool Houses,
J. C. STEVENS
1810 THIRD AVENUE
Phone West 178
See sample at corner of Nine
teenth street and Third avenue.
We Buy and Sell
Deere and Company
Moline Plow Co.
Root & Van Dervoort stocks
LITTEIM & ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages.
Peoples National Bank Building
Rock Island, 111.
PHONE OLD 692.
Sold and Put
. Up by
PHIL S. WILCHER
2104 Fourth Avenue. Rock Island, II!.
! New York The Bethlehem Steel
; corporation has purchased the Fore
River Shipbuilding company of Quin
. 'v. Mass. a J4.S0-1.O00 corporation,
builders of battie'tiiips and ctiier v.ar
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv-r
Table's are E3fe. su-e and reliable,
and have been praised by thousands cf
j women who have been restored to
' health through their gentle aid and
! rurativc properties. Sold by all dru'
i cists. (Adv.) v
Also i-ltllrd Trttrr, Salt Rtiram, I'ru(lu.
3Milk- rual, WrcylDgr SUIb. Klo.
'. i;.KMA f A BK TO ST A Y,
;aa wih-ii i ay i uim, J mean j.jic wiut
Jl siy C-L:-K-fcl-D. and nt n-.errly
pati-hr-d up fur u while, lo return wur.-"f
Milan In-fore. iti-mcmber. I iuke t:,i.-'
I broail Ma'.etnrnt after putting 12 years
: of m liTie on this one disease and
IlianUlintf in the meantime nearly half a
j million rafii of this dreadful di.-ease.
Now. 1 do not care what all you h.:iv?
i used, r.or how many doctors have t'rid
. j'oii that you ould not be cur'-ti ail I
j ask is just a ehani-e lo show you that i
I know what 1 am xn'.tiing ahout. Ii you
: w li wri- me Tul'iAV, 1 will t'-nd yo-j a
' FREK T K I A I . my mild, soothinsr.
gruarante-d treatment that wiil convin- -I
you more in a day than I or anyone else
' i-ould In a m"nth's time. If you are ois
'Pistid and dls.'ou raped just irive me a
i' !ia B -e to jrove my elaim. By wriii::
me today you will enjoy more real rom
Jfort ir.an you had ever thoushj this
! w orld holds for you Just try it urA
I you will oe I am telling you t'.ie truth
. Dr. J. !. C amaariar, W.t Court Black, i
Sedall a. Mo. ;
References: Third Nati'rtial bank. Se
Could you !o a better a,i-t than to send
irjir- noii'e to oaie poor u
ftrer uf Eiiemu? lAdv.j
Kerfer Rug Co.
VACUUM CAEPET AND RUG CLEANERS
AND RUG MANUFACTURERS
Vacuum Cleaiiinj at Your Heme or at Our Factory
Rugs made from old carpets. Extra ma
terial furnished cheaply. Carpets taken
up, rclaid, sewed and sized. .
1710 Fourth Aver.ue.
Rock Island, 111. I! 1811
' - I
THE PIPE OF
as well as enjoyment is the pipe of fragrant tobacco which
all smokers can obtain here. Our cigars are admittedly,
the best in town, both for flavor and drawing qualities
and our imported and domestic cigarets are of a distinctly
All smokers who patronize this store once will surely
come again because here they know they get the best
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
jk at". X. S - 4 A . V .
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES AT REASONABLE PRICES
ZIFFREN'S LOAN OFFICE
TELEPHONE WEST 701-X. 320 Twentieth St.
New end Second
1620 Second Avenue
Two doers west of Argus office.
Speidel's Drug Store FIRST"
with its largest and
. best stock of : : :
irugs, Patent Medicines and Sundries
-We Should Worry"
PHONE WEST 133
Home Tea Co.
225-227 Eighteenth Street
Why Not Wire Your House
and be up-to-date like your neighbors. Telephone West 1356 and
we will teil you what it will cost to install the electrical wirjng la
your reeider.ee. Do not let your wiring contract until you have seen
We Euaractce our electrical wiring to he absolutely fireproof.
nois Contracting Electrical Co.
308 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, lit.
Corner Twenty-second Street and Third Ave., Rock Island
VALE and DAYTON MOTORCYCLES
7 to 8 Horsepower
$2.50 and Up
See our new line of bicycles. We also have a few good
second hand bicycles at Wngaiu prices. "
MARTIN McNEALY, Mgr. J