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THE EOCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1913.
Psalms 34th Chapter 1st to.Wth verses
I will bless the Lord at all times:
hlg praise shall be continually in my
mouth. . " -.' '
My eoul shall make ber boast in tbe
Lord: the humble shall hear thereof
and be clad.
O, magnify the Lord with me, and
let us exa.t his name together;
I sought the Lord, and he heard me,
and delivered me from all my fears.
They locked unto him, and were
lightened: and their faces were not
This poor man cried, and the Lord
Ward him. and eared him out of all
his troubles. .
The angel of the Lord encampeth
round about them that fear him, and
O taste and pee that, the lord is
good. Blessed is the man that trusteth
O fear the Lord, ye his saints:, for
thre Is no want in them that fear
The young Hons do lack, and suf
fer hunger: but they tha' seek the
Lord shall not want any good thing.
Trinity Episcopal church. Nine
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Granville H. Shorwood, rector. Serv
ices at T:.':o a. ni. and 10:45 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Memorial Christian, corner Third
venue and Fifteenth street. Rev.
M. E. Ohatley. pastor. Sunday
school at 9: ?0 a. m. Senior and In
termediate Christian Endeavor at 6:30
p m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Rally day will be observed at
9:30 a. m. Subject of evening somion,
"The Ideal Young Man," the first In
a series of addresses on "Ideals."
Second Christian, corner SI.tth street
and Thirteenth avenue. W. B. Stine.
pastor. Bible school at 9:30. Serv
ices at.lu'45 a. m.
Third Christian. Fourteenth avenue
and Thirty-ninth street. Sunday school
Rev. Karl Nelson, pastor. Services at
lu : 30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Grace English Lutheran, corner
Seventh avenue and Forty-fourth
street Rev. Ira O. Nothstein. paator.
Sunday school at 9:15 . . m. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and : p. m. Morn
ing subject, 'Tirst Things First."
Evening subject, "'The New Human
ity." Special music at both services.
German Lutheran, comer Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. Ph. VT.
helm, pastor. .. Services at . 10 a. m.,
and 7:30 p. m.
Central . Presbyterlaa. corner ot
Fourteenth street and Tenth avenue.
Sunday Echool at 9:15 a. m. Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. Rev. E. H.
C ClAw.. T a a ..-ill v n V.
Ittliiri CIUUCJ, lu" cx, niti yi caul
at both services tomorrow.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. Sun
say school at 9:15 a. m. Young Peo
ple's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
South Park Presbyterian, corner ot
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth ave
nue. Rev. V,'. Q Oglevee, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30. ,Young People's
society at 6:45 p. m. Services at 10:45
a. m. ana v:;iu p. m.
Aiken street chapel Aiken street.
South Rock Island. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. J. H. Cleland, superin
tendent emeritus. A. W. Coulter, su
perintendent. Christian Endeavor at
6:45. Evening service at 7:30.
United Presbyterian, Third avenue
and Fourteenth street Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30
a. m. Young People's Christian union
at 6:30 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m.
First Methodist, corner Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth street Rev. T. E.
New land, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a.m. Epworth league at 6:30
p. m. . Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
p. in. Morning subject. 'A Vision of
the Invisible." Evening subject, "A
Spencer Memorial Methodist corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. W. H. Tope, pastor. Sun-
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. ia.
Services at 10:45 a. m. nd 7:30 p. ni.
First Baptist corner Third avenue
and Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W.
Reed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. B. Y. P. C. at 6:30 p. m. Serv
ices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Edgewood Baptist corner Forty
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev.
C. E. Taylor, LU D.. acting pastor.
Sunday school at 9:15. Young Peo
ple's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish Baptist corner Twenty first
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school
at 10:30 a. m. Y. P. U. at & p. w.. al
Second Baptist (co!ored).Tenth street
and Sixth avenue. Rev. J.'W. Whitfield,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. B.
Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.
RALLY SERVICE AT
Graduates from Various De
partments of Sabbath School
PUPILS IN A PROGRAM
Special Exercises at South Park Pres
byterian Both Morning and
preach at the hour of evening wor
REV. MAHLE TO PREACH
AT GERMAN M. E. CHURCH
Rev. F.-.L. Mahle of Peoria will
preach at the services at the German
Methodist church tomorrow both morn
ing and evening. Rev. Mr. Mahie is
the superintendent of the district of
the German Methodist church to
which the local church belongs. He
also conducted the quarterly confer
ence at the church. ...
at 9:30 a. m ; Dr. J. H. Nichols, super- 'day school at 9:15 a. m. Epworth
' inteudent Bible school
m. Service at 7 p. m.
at 9:30 a.
league at 6:45 p. in. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Wayinan African M. E. (colored),
corner Fiftb-and-a haJf avenue andThir
teec.Ji street. W. li. Saunders, pastor.
Responsive reading at 10 a. in. Ser-
First. Church of Christ Scientist
835 Twenty-third street. Sunday ser
vice at 10:45 a. m. Subject of
lesson. "Matter." Wednesday even-
ling testimonial meeting at 7:45.
! The church maintains a free reading
j room in the People's National bank
i building, w hich is open every week
day from 11:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. and
every Saturday evening from 7 to 9
o'clock. All authorized literature on
Christian Science may v read or pur
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic,
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue
Rev J F. Lockmcy, rector. Masses at
8:15 and 10:30. Catechism at 2 p. m.
Vespers and benediction at 3 p. m. ev
ery Sunday and holy day.
St. Mary s Roman Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
rtreat Father Adolph Geyer. pastor.
Mass at 8 and JO: 30 a. m.
St Joseph s I ton an Catholic, corner
Second ae.:i : en J j-ourleejth street
Dean J. J. Quinn, rector; Rev. Wil
liam Graham, assistant Masses at
7, 8, 9 and 10 a. m.
St. Paul's Belgian Catholic. Twenty
fourth street and Eighth-and-a-half ave
nue. Rev. J. W. Smiers, pastor. Mass
at 8 a. p.
WEST END SETTLEMENT
West End Sunday school, 700 Filth
streeL Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7:U0. W. E. Barker, superintendent.
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day
I Saints (Utah Mormons). At Math's
j hall. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Preach
ing service at 3:14 p. m. J. C. Scholtes
First Christian Spirits Church Ser
vices every Sunday night at 7:45, at
Odd Fellows ball, Fifth and Brady
Zlon Swedish Lutheran. Forty 11 Uh
! street and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J.
rursueig yaciui . auuua.v uiuuui mon ai it a. in. . sunaay scnool at ' lesson, Matter Wednesday even
9:30a. m. Services at 10:4o s. iu. j 1 :30 p. m. 1 Alfred, minister. Message meetings
aud 7:45 p. m. ! German Methodist corner Four- every Thursday afternocn at 2 o'clock
Cerman Evangelical, coiner Twelfth ' teenth street and Sixth avenue. Sun- ' at the home f Mrs. Julia Alfred, 514
ureet and iweiitn avtuu. itev. r-. day school at 9:15 a. m. Junior league
J. Rolf, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. Bt 6:30 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
tn. aud 7:30 p. ni. Sunday school at aud 7:30 p. m. Rev. F. L. Mahle will
9:80 a. tu. and 2 p. ni. (preach at both services.
First Swedish Lutheran, corner
Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue.
Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. H. C. Willing,
Plans Are Under Way to
The general convention of the Pro
testant Episcopal church, which meets
in New York Octobr 8, will be tha
occasion of a determined effort on the
ber of clergymen in a diocese as the
unit, in a vote by dioceses and orders,
and by adopting the fractional system
of voting in the smaller dioceses, it
is bossible to aDDroximate eoualitv of
part, of the larRer diocesfg In tbe coun-. representation, without reducing or in
try to change the plan of ropreseata- creasing the present number of depu-
West Sixteenth street, Davenport.
International Bible Students' as
sociation Moose halt, 17164 Sec
ond avenue. Bible study every Sun
day at 9:45 a. m. Studying Lesson
No 3 "The Divine Plaa oi the Ages."
Berean lesson study at 11 o'clock. No
Church of the Brethren-
at the Grenell schoolhouse. First
street. East Moiine, at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. ru. Services conducted by
Rev. D. A. Rowland of Dixon, 111.
A rally day service will be held at
Broadway Presbyterian church tomor
row,, the Sunday school exercises at
9:15 merging into the morning preach
ing service at 10:45. The graduates
from the several departments will be
promoted to their respective classes
and the following order of exercises
will be held:
Sabbath school program W. M.
Reck, superintendent in charge:
Service of song.
Responsive bible reading. No. 26
Dr. J. W. Stewart
Prayer H. E. Van Duser.
Music The Arion orchestra, led by
Prof. J. W. Casto.
Exercises Primary department
Exercises Junior department.
Exercises Intermediate department.
Song No. 169.
Address to graduates and presenta
tion of diplomas to 89. promoted in ail
departments. Dr. Marquis.
Processional of graduates to their
Music The Arion orchestra
Marking of class books.
Gathering Rally day offering.
Prayer dedicating offering.
Song,: No. 169.
Prayer and " benediction Dr.
. Morning worship, 10:45.
Organ prelude. . ' "
Processional Sabbath school
Repetition of Twenty-third Psalm.
Anthem "Sing Hallelujah Forth"
Short sermon to the graduates-The
Hymn. No. 138.
Processional dismissing primary de
Tenor solo. "Glory to God" (Buaie
Pecchia) Pror. Canterbury.
Sermon. "Lamps Christ Has Lighted
fo1.. Youth" The pastor.
Hymn, No. 653.
Evening- worship Young people's
meeting at 6:30.- Topic "How to Get
the Most Out of This School Year,"
Miss Margaret' Olmsted. . leader.
Preaching services at 7:30 with this
order of services:
Organ, prelude. t
Hymn.' No. 420.
Anthem. "In Heavenly Love Abid-
Services I inc" (Clarke).
CONFERENCE YEAR BEGINS
AT FIRST M. E. CHURCH
The first service of the conference
year at the first Methodist church
will be held tomorrow, Rev. T. E.
Newland " preaching a sermon' at the;
hour of morning service on the theme
"A Vision of the Invisible." The even
ing subject is "A Radiant Personality."
To Conduct Edgewood Revival
FIRST SESSION MONDAY
The first mpeting for fall season of
Ministerial alliance will be held Mon-1
day morning at 10 o'clock at the study
cf the First Methodist church. Rev.
J. L. Vance of the United Presbyter-1
ian church will 'give an address on
the subject "The Hands of Christ.".
REV. TOPE DELIVERS
FIRST SERMON SUNDAY
Rev. V. H. Tope, the newly appoint
ed pastor of Spencer Memorial .Meth
odist church, will arrive in the city
this evening to take up his duties with
that congregation. He will preach his
first sermon tomorrow morning and
will also preach at the. hour of even
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OF STATE LEAGUE
Chicagoan Elected at Closing
Session of Lutheran Body '
tl:: EJgewood church are to be con
gr.itu!ated on having been able to se
Members of the Bap'ist church ' in
tho tri-cities and vicinity are given
jn invitntimi hv thp KricpwnfMl rrhnrfh.
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A series or revival meetings will
open in the Edgewood Baptist church
Sunday-afternoon, Sept. 1S, to be con
ducted by the Rev. D. P. Montgomery.
The Rev. Mr. Montgomery is a south
erner by birth. He hails from South
tion in the house of deputies. The
change will be advocated on the
irrouud that the present, plan of rep
resentation Is unjufat. inequitable, un
democratic and unAmeriean. One or
the leaders in this movement is the
Rev. Dr. RauJolph H. McKiiu of Wash
Inston. now the president of the
house of deputies. At the annual
convention of the diocese of Washing
ton which wag held in May of this
year, Dr. McKim introduced resolu
tions which were adopted and which
have served to start, the agitation that
may come before the convention.
In tbe preamble to his resolutions.
Dr. McKim set forth that under the
sygt.em of representation now exist
ing in the church, dioceses that have
!e.s than 3.000 communicants have as
many representatives and as many
votes in tbe house of deputies as
those dioceses which contain 4S.000 or
even 90.000 communicant.
. "Legislation adopted ruder these
oditions," said Dr. McKim yester
day, "may utterly fail to reflect the
Dilnd of the church, and may. there
fore, fail to command the loyal sup
port of the several dioceses. More
over, should any vital issue of Chris
tian doctrine or ritual, or ecclesiastical
polity, upon which the mind of the
church was harply divided, be decid
ed by a technical majority - of votes
which really represented a small mi
nority of communicants, the peace and
unity of the church Is seriously im
periled. There is a widespread de
mand that our present undemocratic
and unAmeriean syavem. which is a
travesty upon representative govern
ment, shall be changed.
"By agreeing upon a certain num
ties from the d'peeses. The rcpresen
taticn in the house of bishops, as it
stands at, present, approximates suf
ficiently the principles of the equality
of the dioceses, after the analogy of
the United States senate. The case
has been cited time and time again of
the diocese of Lexington which has 22
clergy and 3,387 communicants and
has the same voting power as the dio
cese of New York, for example, with
412 clergy and 86.250 communicant-;.
I'nder our present system of represen
tation, 'he two dioceses of Virginia
and southern Virginia, with 198 clergy
and 31.208 communicants have in the
I general convention 16 votes, while
I i V, a civ ittniAspa nf Kansas Citv. In-
dianapo.ls. Springfield. Dallas. Dela
ware and Duluth, with 186 clergy and
24.298 communicants, have 48 votes
I do not think it is necessary for me
to refer to any other examples to
show the injustice and unAmericsnism
of the present system of representa
tion." The diocesan convention at Wash
ington by resolution authorized a com
mittee of three clergy and two laymen
to prepare a memorial to the general
convention asking that body to take
immediate steps to remedy defects.
A few weeks later the dioceses ot
Maryland passed similar resolutions
and there were quickly followed by
resolutions of the diocese of. southern
The convention meets for three
weeks in the grounds of the Cathedral
of St. John tbe Divine and during
those weeks tbe men who want the
plan cf representation changed will
work constantly to carry out their
IDEALS THEME OF
To Be Delivered by Rev. M. E.
Chatley at Memorial Chris
M. E. Chatley, pastor of Me
Christian church, will tomor-
Hymn No. 453.
Solo, "Sun of My Soul" (Waldenk
Sermon, "Praise and Good Works"
Hymn, No. 410.
The list of graduates in the various
GRADt'ATF.S IX THK SEVKRA1, DE
PARTMEMS. CRADLE ROLL TO BEGINNERS.
Elinore Huesing, Catriena Poster,
Albert Wreiderkehr, Elizabeth R. Sten
gel, Benjamin Haverstlck, Horace J.
Lee, Gladys Fischer, Sarah Lawson.
BEGINNERS TO PRIMARY.
Helen Vail, Dorothy Shoemaker,
Shearing. Florence Reck, Anna
row evenine aive the first of a series i May
ej, 4, Marian Williams, iucne aioeuer, oar-
of Sunday evening addresses on the . . . , ' ..u p,.
general subject "Ideals." The first
topic "The Ideal Young Man" and
w-ill be based on answers given by
young women on the following ques
tions: What are the faults common
among the young men of your ac
quaintance? What are the virtues
which you consider essential in the
making of the ideal young man? The
other subjects to be discussed are:
Oct. 5-"The Ideal Young Woman."
Oct. 12 "The Ideal Husband."
Oct. 19 "The Ideal Wife."
Oct. 26 "The Ideal Home."
These subjects will be discussed in
the Krhf lf tha aneu-ava -rr,1 A I
Special music will be a feature of
the services which begin at 7:30.
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"Victory O'er the Grave."
"Victory O'er the Grave" is the sub
ject of Pastor J. A. Gillespie's free
Bible lecture at the Empire theatre
tomorrow morning at 10:30. Many
are showing interest in the series of
lectures now being given here. The
first lecturer laid the ground-work,
discussing God's plan of salvation in
general, describing what lies beyond
the grave. The second lecturer show
ed the necessity of Christ's second
coming, which, according to the third
lecturer, is to bring to all victory o'er
the grave. While this lecture is to le
a continuation of the last, is is ciaimed
that any one of the lectures is in it
self a complete Bible study, intensely
interesting. This series of Bible lec
tures is being given the world over,
and Is creating considerable renewed
interest in Bible study.
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Stanley. Minnie Mohl. Etta Burton, Al
berta Elwell, Dolly May Font, George
Babcock. Richard Weckel, Hugh Cur
tis, Stanley Anderson, Charles Esplin,
Dalbert Edgar. Harry Cushman, Al
bert Nelson, Barnard Connelly, James
Thorp, Bert Doman, Gerald Diedricb,
Dean W'histler, Horace Huron, George
Arthur DuVon, Ralph Ostrum, Benson
PRIMARY TO JUNIOR.
Margaret Hall, Maude Adams, Anna
Pearson, Nellie Elwell, Ila Mcrrison,
Fern Edmunds, Elizabeth Stewart,
Mardell Williams, Anna Cleveland,
Linda Sool, Linda Mathey, Elizabeth
DeLane, Angela Searle, Margaret
Shearer, Harold Woodyatt. Walter
Whistler, Claire Hanna, Harry Harder,
Clark Fisher, Harold Martin, Eugene
Rourke, Charles Searle, Clarence Fair
mount, Marcellus Rinck, Robert Bahn
sen, Jacob Poster, Clark Vernon.
JUNIOR TO INTERMEDIATE.
Imogene Rinck, Dorothy Eagle Eye,
Charlotte Hansen, Margaret - Knox.
Katherine Kolph, Dorothy Cleaveland
Vera Vernon, lara Ehleb, Orville
Whistler, Nellie Jensen, Gertrude Hel
penstell, Irene Coyne, William Charles
Hansgen, Marvin Thollander, William
Leo Thornhill, Samuel Harrison Sper
ry, Henry Clifford Stone. Jack Barney
Petersen, Rollie Peter Henry Opten-
burg. Warren Dart Reck. Louis Otto
Wedertz, Paul Garrison, LaVerne
SKRVK'fC AT SOITH PARK.
Rally day will be observed by the
Sunday school at the Soth Park Pres
byterian - church tomorrow at 10
O'clock. The exercises will take the
place of the morning preaching ser
vice and will consist of reports, exer
cises, sonza. etc.. . from the various
classes cf the school.' The Young Peo- j
hold a rally i
Galesburg, 111., Sept.. 27. Officers
chosen yesterday at the annual con
ference of the Illinois Luther leagues
in session here and who will, serve
ror the year are:
President C. O. Bergson, of Geth
semane church, Chicago.
Secretary Miss Olga Backman of
Treasurer Austin Lawreuce, Pax
ton. Statistical secretary Miss Jose
phine Young, Chicago.
Literary secretary Joshua Oden,
Executive committee E. W. Mag
Auditing committee Misses Edna
Larson, Hilder FryUescon aud Anna
The statistical report read by Miss
Anna,Joiinson of Laporte, Ind., showed
that the membership of the associa
tion is 4,694. This inc.uded ten dis
tricts and about a hundred leagues in
Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. The
membership from confirmation this
year was 356, from other churches 56,
from Sweden 15, membership received
in all 427. Contributions for mission
ary purposes, $192, for home mission
aries 5125.05, contributions for othej
purposes $3,947X4. '
The feature of the program last
evening was an address by Dr. G. A.
Andreen, president of Auaustana col
lege, who spoke on the subject "The
Yuits of Reformation that we are
The program of this morning bean
with a bible study hour conducted by
Rev. J. A. Berg of Princeton followed
by a discussion and papers on bible
characters: Sjmson, Rev. C. G. Erick-
son. South Bend, Ind.; Pontius Pilate.
Miss Elizabeth Anderson, DeKalb;
Queen Esther, Miss Perie Crone, We
nona; Martha and Mary, Miss Rosalie
Anderson, Bloomington; St. Paul,
Maynard Lundgren, Rockford; E'.ijah,
G. Emil Linder, Geneva. The after
noon program consisted of addresses
by Rev. Joel Olsenius, R. E. Swanson
of Chicago, Miss Signe Petrie of
Grand Rapids, Mich., Albert T. Pol-
son of Geneseo. This evening a ban
quet will be held in Luther hall and
there will be a program of afterdinner
Delegates attending the session
from Rock Island are: A. G. Ander
son, Miss Esther Fryxell, M'.ss Mar
garet Osterman, Miss Caroline Peter
son and Ciark L. Swanson.
He studied for the ministry in the
Southern Baptist Theological semi
nary at Louisville, Ky., from which he
was graduated in 1900. He has been
actively engaged in the minintry for
more than twenty years, eleven of
which hhve been spent in Missouri
most of the time as evangelist of the
state mission board. During this time
he has held more than 200 successful
meetings, and this year he has carried
his work into six states.
On his present tour he is being as-1
sisted by his son, a gospel singer I
! whose work has won the approval of :
those who have labored with him. The ;
singer is a young man of 23 years, and t
has studied at the Moody institute.
Hi has been graduated from the Will
Mayfield college. Father and son
make a strong team, and members of ;
avenue to be present at the church to-
J morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock to meet.
and greet and hear Rev. D. P. Mont
gomery, D. D., the evangelist. He is
a great and faithful preacher of the
gor.pol, preaching in simplicity and
with earnestness and the power of the
Conference Results in Suspen
sion of Dr. Marshall Pend
ing His Trial.
I r I
Springfield. 111., Sept. 27. Governor
Dunne has approved the course taken
by the members of the board of mana
gers of. the Pontiac reformatory. After
a conference . between the governor
and three democratic members of the
Pontiac board of managers, Dr. J. A.
Marshall, the institution physician.
was suspended' pending trial on j
charges filed this jnorning with thei
state civil- service commission. !
President John A. Califf of Bow en, I
Yan.D. Roughton of. Sullivan, and A1-!
bert H. Gr&venhorst or Effingham
w ere in consultation wi?h the govern-j
or. "Under the 'agreement. President;
Califf. and Mrs.'Gravenhorst will go to!
Pontiac tomorrow, morning to serve j
the formal notice of suspension on Dr.'j
Marshall' and choose a physician to act I
until after h'is trial. . j
Secretary - Robertson of the civil
service commission said the formal j
charges-agafnst Dr. Marshall had been
filed by President Califf, but that there i
Is no opportunity for the full commis
sion to bear the case until its next
meeting on Oct. 14.
Governor Dunne did not wish to
make any reply to the statement is
sued by Mr. Marshall whe.. he refused
to resign -and filed damage suits
against Attorney General Lucey, Flor
ence E.. Sullivan, the governor's repre
sentative at Pontiac, and Guard James
Quinn. ; overnor Dunne intimated that
little attention will be paid to the de
mand in the Marshall statement that
there be another investigation con
ducted by a democratic tribunal.
It seems probable that the record
of the proceedings had during the last
two weeks will be submitted to the
civil .service . commission in substan
tiation of the charges filed this morn
ing and that the merit hoard will thon
call on Dr. Marshall to make his defense.
It is not known in Springfield what
is to be Dr. Marshall's attitude when
his suspension is ordered by the board
of managers tomorrow. When Gov.
Yates attempted to dispose of the
physician he refused to quit, and Von
Dr; Marshall has a democratic phy
sician in Pontiac whom lie would like
tc see appointed in his stead.
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have uBe for typewriters.
;for lame back, pains ia the side and ! service at 6:45 in the evening when
j rhest. aba much cheaper. Sold by all ! a program appropriate to the day will
be given Rev. W. G.-Oglevee wUl IHinOtS Tfieitre BUilfJmg
New Term Opens at Brown's, Monday,
New classes will be organized in all
branches at Brown's Business 'college
Monday;'- Several, students who were
enable to start Sept. 1 will enroll. If
you are planning to take a course, do
not delay longer, as that may be the
only ihiig 'la tha whole world tha' i.i
standine: in the wav of vonr success.
J Enroll' Monday morning. (Adv.) v
Thousands tell us they bought
their Oliver typewriters . without
noticing the outlay.
Here's the way the plan works
You make a small first payment
aud get the machine at once,
Then save 17 cents a day. and pay
monthly, exactly the. same as reat
.When you complete the pay
ments, the typewriter is yours for
ever. And you pay only the regular
The Standard Visible Writer
is a salary rai-r. an incom-produc
i-r, uji Hid lu iM-rsonal cmctency. -
fl!v-r Typewriter are earning
minions oi ioiiarn ivr meir oprra
I'fn. miu (iw-nrrit.
They are - helping bouts "f .ambi
lloua young i,i-,,le r achieve mvin
cestui tiUHiiifKX r-areers.
I hey are he)iiiiK tbe ftmall htminp
to grow big and the liiff bunlness tu
They are trade. buiMcr3 a well an
revenue-pruauccrs ana .tmlenc-y
Tim newest and bent; moiJej -Oliver
iypwriw-r is Hi.-iu tin Mm populn
plan. There l no extr charge fo
the famous PUINTVI'iS OLIVKR
the onlv typewriter 'hit prints
prim. i ninvM! :s convened to be th
greater! typewrittr Improvement
lhi eentury. . . .
More than I5.0W lornt - agfnts I
mr Lniiru aidifl.i ana ' anailn are
niaKing money selling Oliver Tvpe
writers. I his Is proof positive c-f
unver merit ana Oiiv-r popularity.
Write for particulars of the 17
ferns-a-tiay plan Alc for specime
of Prlntype. ,
fo. a Olivers rented, II for three
montns. iri-t:ity omce. 31. Brd
street. Pavenport. Iowa. Phone Dav
en port - 4i
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
k pllvrr Typewriter llhlg., t bhuisoi
fJentlrmen: W'ttuMit any ob'igs
ton - what soever, plei e nnl Oliver
Typewriter Cutal'vsu'-, with - speci
men of Print yplng and parlfculai s of
yt.ur lT-cril-a-oay plan.