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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. DFXEMI5KK .13. .1913.
N , 10-.Z0 a. m. and T:30 p. m. j j !j
II aUrilf I U Kr II
Grace English Lutheran, corner
Seventh avenue and Forty-fourth
Psalms, 47th Chapter verso 1 to 8. : street. Rev. Ira O. Nothstein. pastor.
O clap your has -is all ye people; i Sunday school at fr. 15 ... m. Services
Lout unto God with the voire of. tri- at 10 m- and ' m" Morn,B
unpn ; f-ubjeot. "Jchn the Baptist's Message.
' ... . . i Subject evening fermcn "The Sure
for the Lord most high i, terr.ble; , Wtrd c, Prophecv."
He fha'.I subdue the people und-r . aQd ..rf h avenu- rCv. Pn. WJ'.-!
u, udu me caiK.ns unaer our ieeu
He hail th()ni!
us, the txcelWi
INDUCEMENTS TO NEWLY
BUY YOUR OUTFIT
YOU'LL SAVE AT
. 1-1m nncfnr Sprvirr at 10 a in.
, v. . helm, pastor. Services at
...... . . . nit."i..-, .
Goel Is gone up with a shout, the
I-ord with the .'.v.ind of a trumpet. J
Sir.sr praises to God. sing praises:
f'.r.K praise un'o our kir.g, sing
For God is the King cf all the earth:
sir.g praise wiih understanding.
God reigneth over the heathen: God
hif.' th upon the throne of his holiness, i
Trinity Epls.c! church. Nine
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Granville II. Snerwood. rector. Serv
ices a: 7:3" a m. and l':45 a. m.
arid 1 :''.) p. in. Sunday school at 3:3j
ll( ra r::.l Cnr.fct-.an, corver Third ;
avenue and Fifteenth street. Ilev.
M. E. Charley, pastor. Sunday :
nchool at a. m Sei.ior and Ir.- ,
termediate Chrittan nideavor at G:'.W .
l tn. Services at 10:4i a. in. and 7:20 '
Ji in. Annua. Krvire of Mis.-ionary i'o
:ety in iii''rriiiic Si:bjcl r f s-rruon.
"H-!p Th'se Women"'. Kvt iiiiiR sua-
". Hero of Vm erdny."
Second Christian, '.ornvr SLttli street
aud Thirteenth avenLt. V. IS. Stine.
lastor. Uible schojI at 9:."0. c-rv I
;.- s nt i': i.. a. in. and .:.. p. m.
Kif'eensh Avenge Christian, corner
Iif'enth avDue aud Thirty-firth
htrt. R"v. ett Sawyer, acting pas
tor. Sunday f hoot a? a. rn.; Ur.
J. II. CU h'!u.-. huperiijendnt. i. r-vic-s
at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. m.
METHODIST ! ?i
Vint MethodUt. corner Fifth ave-
cue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E. i J,
f Newland. pabtor. Sunday school at : 'J
b:Z0 a in. Epworth league at 6:Z0
p. m. Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:C0
p. m. Morning subject "The Chal.er.j: i
cf flpprr!unity." Evening t-ubject j '
Every Max a Soloist. " 'A
Spencer Merr.orial ilc-tiiodist. corner
; Forty-third ttreet and Seventh .veuue.
: Ilev. . II. Tope, pastor. Sun
: day school at &:' a. in. Epwortn
.'esTrue at C:2 p. in.; Wallace Youns;.
: lead- r. Services at l:4- a. m. and
Is a useful, beautiful and lasting gift. There is
nothing better than a piece of furniture or a rug.
GIVE IIIM A
It's just the thing he has be.H
wanting. . We are showing 75
styles, price up
I ifev-J-o! f.OU -- i ... ...
a 1 a." "i
p. m. Morning Ft.bject "Saved
l by Foundation. Judged by Works."
: henine ubject 'The Sin of Achan."
r.orn,an Methodist, corner Four-
. ten'h 'r'et and Sixth avenue. Rev. j O
.. 1... . ' Ti
M irv .1. r.vt fijaiiip. cuuuo..
school at 9:30 a. m. Ep.vorth league at
!;::: p. ni. Services s"t 1:30 a. in.
and 7:30 p. m.
Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. C. S. Huston,
' ;.astor. Sunday schooi at 9:-I5 a. ra.
Servif-es at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. in.
Love feast at C:45 p. m.
Milan Methodist church. Rev. Alfred
Iixon. pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
I a. m. Epworth league at 6.45 p. in.
.services at 10:15 a. ni. and :30 p. ra. fl
Wayman African M. E. (coiored;. ' M
corner Fifth-and-a-talf avenue and Th:r- a
1 ;een:h street. W. H.Saunders, pastor. L4
; itesDonsive reading at 10 a. m. fcer-1 M
jiion at 11 a. m. Sunday school at ; g
1 : u0 p. m. i n
Central I'reshytervaa. corner of t gAPTIT
Fourteenth street and Tenth avenne. ! F,lrs.''Ifapt,s?t corner TUrd avenue
l:ev. !,avid .lol.n.-,-:,,. pastor. S-nday . .-i,,,.:, tr. R(.v. ii W.
i.:. a. m. ( l.risi3n K. tor; Sunday schooi at 9:30
p. in. Servh-es at M:4.. y p L- at f:30 m. St.rv.
ni. i;ev. . .i
s hixil at
vor at '.
a in. :m'l
ices at 10:45 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m.
Edgewood Baptist, corner Iorty
, fourth street and. Fifth avenue. Rev.
S'.'fko ill preae at both s'-rviies
Uroa.iway Y re; oyterian. co.nvr oi ; c K Tayior LL IX. actlr.s pastor.;
Twfnty-third vtr.-e' and Seventh ave-; Sunday school at 9:15. Young Peo- j
ime. K v. W S. Manniis. !a:tr.r t-neri-. . . m(,Pt!nlr at C:30 n. m. Services.
'at 10:4l a. in. and 7:30 p. m. ,
Famous "UNIFOLD" Bed Davenport
One motion converts it from a Davenport into a large size b-d with
separate set of springs and mattress. Made of the best selected oak
and upholstered in either gnuino or imitation leather, CA
one similar to cut in Morocoline leather Jf)Li I JJ
Others from $150.00 down to $1S50.
No delay necessary, ff you
haven't all the monay don't
let that worry you. Come in
and talk it over with ur. You
can select your outfit from
the Tri-Cities" Greatest Furni
ture and Rug store, pay a lit
tle down and the balance as
suits your convenience. Come
A nice leather upholstered rocker
would be just tiie thing for him. You
know they're so comfortable. i; one
'of the most appreciated silts you coild
.give, and ycu can get
'a nice one for only...
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Section:! Book Cases
Are ideal Christmas gifts. We ar
tho exclusive agents for them.
Are solid comfort, back adjusts
automat :. ally. It is the most com
fortable morris chair on th- mar
ket. Has z. fjot rest as fhown in
(Similar to cut)
Is made of quarter sawed oak,
finished in a boa.it if ul golden high
ly polished. This buffet is strictly
high grade, not one of J0 T Ci
the cheap kind; price p 4 Ov
A big shipment just received. Reed
furniture is the most comfortable nnd
artistic furniture made for odd pieces.
Come in and see this
display. Priced up from..
In either Oak, "wahogany, Pird's
Eye Maple. Ct; !y Mirch tr Cir
cassian Walnut. O E"
Triced up from. . .J A UOU
Ins. Sun. lay hd.ool at H:l." a. in.
Young I'ecjb-s meeting at fi:30 p. m.
Srviic? a- lo:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
H-v. Jam's Edgar Wilson of Fond du
l.at . Wis . wilt preacn in the morning
en "The K- ii.i':i df J-mis." and in Cie
!iin: on "The Kuil-Orbed Man."
South l'ark l'resbyterian. co.-ner cf
Thirtieth Htreet and Fifteenth ave
nue. Rev. V. Q Ogleve.'. i astor. Sun-
lnv pchrxjl at !':30. Iouuk Peoples
Services at 10:45
Subject for mcrning. "Jesus. His En
thusiastic Zeal." Evening subjec",
'The i'rVc of a Soul."
Swedish IhiptisL corner Twentr first
6treet and Fifth avenue. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by
!Rev. J. A. Carlson
i meeting at 5 p. in.
stret and S!xth avenue,
q WII ;.in(rh
1 nm., j.. iiii,.-n wmr:apw;,w.wM'.l..ra MlllllUWUMlU III 1 II II II 111 11 UJj. II .'IT .WJJij
ling at II a. m. Dy j XiSw
. Young Peoples M ff g.
alternate Sundays. ! U l.i-JTW. jjt
t (colored). Tenth 1 U
irenue. Rev. J. W. I - -r, ; iCTJ
(live Iier a Kifc'nen Caliinet,
noihitijj will please her
more. Think of the number t
of steps you'll sav-e her if
you give her a kitdnem. cab
inet ; it's, a life-'ong remem
brance of yoy ; rroofj ones
9:30 a. us
7: '5 p. iu
pastor. Sunday school nt I
Services at 11 a. m. and'.
B. V. P. F. at C:30 p. m.
society at f.: 45 p. m
a. n. and 7:3o p m.
Aiken street chapel Aihen s'.reeL
South Rock Island. Sunday school at
1:33 p. m. J- U. Cieland. superln
lecdent emeritus. A. '.V. Coultor. su
perintendent. Chrirllar. Endeavor at j 35 Tw enty-third street. Sunday
0:45. Evening service at 7:30. I vice at 10:45 a. ni. Subject
United Presbyterian, Third a-.nue ; -r.oJ th- Preserver of man. " i
and Fourteenth street. Kev. J. L. i Wednesday evening testimonial;
Vance, pastor. nib.e. s nool at '-". :il..,.tinr at 7:45 o'clock. TImi
u in. You:ig P'-opie r
at U:30 p. in. Services at 10:4. a. in. i ln ,ne p,.0p!e s National hank buihl
;.nd 7:45 p. in. I :iig. which is open every week
treL Father Adolph Geyer,
i Mass at $ and 10:30 a. m.
SCIENTIST ' S" JoseI)l' s i,i''ian Calholic. corner
Kirs. Church of Christ, scientist, j ecoud a, e.-.u : nu. , ourteeja street.
cj 1 Ham Graham, assistant. Masses at
,:M, s-.Z'i. ;t:.;n ana j.i::;u a. ni. aun
tl.iv sibool at 10 o'clock.
St. Paul s Eelgiau CathoMc. Twenty-
Christian union : .hl:r(.h ,,!,,, aill frep reailinc room fourth sireel and Eighth-and-a-half ave-
r P. Holvoct, rector. Mass
Always Ready to Fight for New Cause
at J a. rn.
Z'ioi. SvteiTlth Lutueran.
street and Sev nl'.i avenue.
Forsberg pastor. S uric' ay
dav from 11:30 a. m. to 5 p. ni. and
i every Saturday evening from 7 to S
Forty C:Lh o'clo. U All authorized literature on
Itcv. X. J. Christian Science may he read or pur- j
school at chased. I
m 1 :
: 45 l.
10:45 : m.
WEST END SETTLEMENT
V"St End Sunday school. 700 Filth
'street- Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Prnycr meeting Wednesday evening a.'
7:3". V. H. Harker, superintendent.
tlerman I'vansreit. aT. corner Twelfth i Sacred Heart Roman Catholic.
treet and Tne.fiii avenue. Rev. I', j Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue,
j Jiolf, past r. Strvic-s at 10:45 a. j ;-ather Clement P. O'Neill, rector.
in. And 7:3) p in. Sunday hchool at Masses at S : :: an 1 !"::: a. m
::" a m and '::'." ; rn . i:;:jr!ish ser
iiirs in even tii;
First Sediii I.udicraa. corner! V.'etd clay masses at 7:3'i a. in.
Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue j St Mary's Roman Catholic, corner
l!ev. Karl NMtsi.ii. pastor. S -r ;ce at ' cf Fourth avenue anJ Twenty second
FOR THE SANTA CLAUS
Cut Out and Mail to The Argus.
I will a.srrec to buy Christmas gifts for ....'.poor
children. I desire that the names of the poor chil
tlrcn together with their ages and addresses he fur
nished mc through The Argus Sn;-T' Frnd
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Churcii of Jesus ChriL Latter Day
Saints (Utah ilorniocs). At Math's
hull slnmhiv tL'inul at - t.. ni. I'reach-
Uay school at 9 15 a. in. Evening pray-! irg scrvi,.e 8t 3:14 p. m. j. C. Scholtes
er t v he n said i and benediction at . : 20. : 4 : . ,d(,r
i First Chris'ian Spitits Church 3er
; vices every Su:ida-" ni;l:t ar. 7:45, at
Odd fr ellov. s hall. Fifth and llrady
j str 'ts, Davenport. .Mrs. Julia
i Alfred, mini.rtei Message :ueetings
every Thur&day afftrr.oc i. at 2 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Jul. a Alfred, 14
; W3st Sixteenth trtLt. Davecpjrt.
! Church of the Brethren Services
at the Crenell echo'jlhouse. First
, street. Eajt Moiine, at 10:3o a. m. and
7.20 p. m.
Berean Pil)ie Class Math's hall.
171C!2 Second avenue. B'ble study at
?:" a. iu. H l.le l'-eture at l":u'i by 11.
Krebs. of Rockford. Subject: "Was
Christ's .'.Tiis'fui a Failure?."
Naven Fuel Company
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ic
Telephones, Davenport 171; Sock Island 699.
428 Brov.n street. Davenport.
227 Twertieth street. Rock Island
mmwiM iiiimji I i. .. I. il i .ll I f mil IIMJI
' j-"- . -
Vn asted Mustard.
It is tatii! that a mem tier of a fv.-tn
't famous ni'.'stnrd manufacturers once
remarked th;it It was not the mustard
used, hut the icar.tity th.-it Is wasteil.
w-.i- h ir.aki-s their trade it successful
business Fsunlly tnore of this condi
ment is mixed than will Ik? wanted
and. as it soon turrs discolored, dnrs
snd loses its pungency, the mustard i
thriwu away This waste may to a
vreat estert te saved if cure Is taken
to giiu'e aiore accurately than is com
mon the quantity of mustard likely ti
be anfl for a meat. T prevent un
sfzliCy eliscoloration if kef t lorjer. mix
with iiiiik. It f alw:ivs Iisagreeal,2e t
see a rniistaM fs't e-!oi;gel round tbe
mouth with stale mustnrU. New York
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Eufemio Zapata (left) and Era ih a no Zapata.
Mexico City. Nov. 13 Since the even barring Att'la the Hun: the one
battle a few days ago w ithin 50 miles j New World savage more blood-thirsty
cf Mexico City la which the Zapata j than Gc-ror.imo. He has fought and
brothers. Eqfeuiio and Emiliano, en- comi-iered the armieti of four govern
; gaeel with the federalist forces, the! men' j. and is today ravaging an area
j I'oreigcers and cili ens in the capital 1 large r than the states of New Vork
have been in far greater terror of Cue and Texa.s combined. f
Seattle Pre.-ldent T. F. Kane cf the ' rebeis tr the south than of the rebels He has sei.sad 40 towns, put more
University of Washington was re-(to the north under Carrarsa. It is j than .1. Off) men. women and children
moved from office by the regents. It j generally believed that the. worst to the s ord : tak-?n or destroyed more
was charged he had not been progres- j scenes of Iootiag ond carr::re ever than $l'i0.i00.000 voitu of property;
sive in educational meiiiods or politi-; jitnesbed here wouid result j-Iiould , killed some thousands of fedftra! sol-
cal c-cotomy and had i.ot permitted
professors to express their opinion,
rte.-id-s hr never stoke to a student en
, t ie camp-is.
the Zapatas aad their bandit baadjdiers in op-n corj'jct. aud rides today
march victorious into Mexico City. ; at the head of a v.ei!-ar:r.ed, finely.
Emi'.iaco Zapata ha? bten called j mounted force cf 1000 cavalrv'
thc greateEl bandit ho ever lived, not j The Zapata brothers fought la
turn always triumphantly the arm
jies of President Porfirio Dia., fr"ran-
'filcnn I nt n ila I -i I ? -i t- r- atil l-'t-n n 'inf
. 1 . ! V . I.V U I . 11. 1 ' 1. 111. 1. 1 . "I.".. .
Madero. In April last, when General
Huerta assumed power, he determined
to make peace with these dangerous
I bandits if possible.
To Emiliano Zapata he offered full
pardon for all past crimes and com
mand of ail the Mexican rurales. or
federal mounted police. To Eufemio
Zapata he also offered pardon and
the governorship of the state of
The Zapata brothers not only
suprned these offers, but they ar
rested and threw into prison the en
voy ff the government Pascual
Orozco, Sr., father of the northern
rebel leader, who has joined the Hu
Before making this offer. General
Huerta, acting on instructions from
Felix Ilia;;, sent 27 men, each ignor
ant of the other's presence, into Mor
ales and Guerrero, witli the offer of a
reward of $5,000 for Emihauo Zapata's
head., deail or alive. Some of these ,
men Zapata shot: still others lie took t
prisoners; one who became obstreper
olis, is reported to have been burned
alive, and from others he cut the
nose, or one ear, and sent them back
to the federal government as warn
ings. On April 6. l'HU. immediately fol
lowing the arrest of Pascual Oro co.
Sr.. and the refusal of pardon by thei
Zapatas. 10.000 men wer
mobilized C move aqjiinst tiiei
Zapata bandits. Tills army has hcon :
beaten and round. The Zapatistas;
are as powerful as ever. j
The Zapata brothers and their!
murderous band do not claim to be :
fighting for a principie. They are i
fighting purely for lo:t and for the j
ake of satisfying their bloodthirsty I
instincts. They are iikcly to con-'
Cnue successful becau.;e Emiliano j
Zapata, alter Porfirio lia:. is the!
shreudest strategist ami clevercht '.
soldier Me.:ico ever produced. j
Reported Crimes of Emiliano Zapata.'
Total destruction of 12 towns of.
more than 1,000 inhabitants. j
Confiscation of ? 100.000,000 in gov-!
eminent and private funds, jewelry,
horses, cattle and scalable gooda from :
Execution, by hln ow n hand, of 20s
men. mostly non-combatants. ;
Participation in the mashacre of;
about 1.200 peace-able citi:::-ns. i
Loot and partial destruction by fire !
of 27 towns of from 400 U 7.000 in-1
Acceptance of $150,000 in bribe? j
from the Madero government to lay
down bin arms on four separate orca-'
sions, and failure to keep tiiepe prom-'
Destruction of about S7,00't,000 1
worth of public buildings in towns tap-;
lured by his men. i
Sei ure of control of two stales 1
Morelos and Guerrero from tbe Ma
Kidnaping or 72 girls of the better
class In towns captured from the fed
eral troops. None of these girls havo
been seen since being captured.
AT WOW; FINED
Herbert Trabis 13 Arrested and
Given Hearing- Before Mag
For pointing a gun at Mrs. Frank
Beinke, ::'i') fr'ilth avenue, yesterday
afternoon, Herbert Tiabis. a neighbor.
I was tliis morning hueii $10 and cottd
J by Police .Magistrate: Smith oil a
j charge of disorderly conduci.
j It Lceins that Trains became angry
at Mrs. Beinke over some trouMo
I about a dx and alter an exchange er
words, he went into his house and w
ci:red a revoivrr. He pointed the gnu
at the Beinke home I hreateiily. TIim
police were ri!ititiecl and Officer Ken::;
made (he iMie.-t. He agreed to remorti
from the neighborhood.
John Marielis, w ho was ai rested yTs
teiday by Patrolman Johnson on a
ordered' ' d'arge of difOf d' rly conduct, was d".;-
misaecj ims mnriimt; vy .iukih no
Sii'.itli on payiii'Mit of Ihii costs. ,'
All the news all Ih" tine--The Argun.
Imaginary Heart Trouble
Io von base liKiiH in the re.
g!o;i of Hi- lieart? Ioes onr
Ii' an ihiiiun? I's terrible noniiil
iuii creatlv iil.irin-i you? What
is wi'ona? Io vou hdi"ve th'se
s viiiiiicjrni- iiie;i i h" urt tr ii'de?
itauic- ui'-.cases of the heart '
very Idom cfc asie:! nn:e Ii pft 'n. .
hut ar stc-aitliv and d'adlv.
.N'nr-ienihH of th" eniiis huuiicju
e.j to be in the he an. ur- c-Htier
i.i or caused bv feme d'taDge
reent of the i tcinaeh. Ofte;i a
livsoepric iiiiagin'-s he has heart
jj A roil imC wjbhC "f
lis recummendcad ettecia!ly fof..
dysD'pia and indlg'-sticjn. ancj
fcjr rc-i-toriiig the stomach to lt j
ii'umal functlens and no more
H. O. Rolfs. Reck Island. Ill f
cxchrlve .Mcr'.tci egency. '