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THE ROCK TSLAND ARGUS
lilOimiVT, FEBBXMRV.23, J9U
Dr. Stanley Krebs Declarea,
Mind Over" Matter Theory I
BURNS IS GIVEN AN
'BOUNCING THE BLUES"!
University of- Pennsylvania Ml
Makes Excellent Address at
the Y. M. C. A.
LOCAL OFFICE IS
DOING GOOD WORK
Nearly 400 Men Have Been
Given Employment Thrdugh
Predominance of mind over matter j
as held by the late Mrs. 'Eddy of Bos-,
tlon. founder of the doctrine ;
nt rhrintian' Science. was attack-'
ed by Dr. Stanley C. Krebs. of the t'nl- j
versity of Pennsylvania in an address
at Uie gymnasium of the V. M. C. A. j
Sunday afternoon. "Three Gods orj
One." tu Dr. Krebs subject. The
speaker stated that he was an optimist I Tne
and had an appreciation of the Idcall- t fne gprjngfield convention has se
tic. but not to the extent that the ideal-; w.t,d E j. Hums of Rock Island
Istic superseded the materialistic. i 8peclaj representative of tho Electrical
"Bouncing the Blues." was the title j contractors' Association of the Stat
or Ir. Krebs' address Saturday even-'of jjlinoig je wui as?ume his duties
log in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. Theal onoe and ,3 this capacity he will
speaker, a man of varied talent. Kave Tjsjt an members throughout the state.
intermittent rocal and instrumental . and rrn(Jr every assistance in Improv-
E. J. Burns.
"booster committee" appointed
selections during the course of his Sat
urday night address. That a man is as
a he feels was the time-worn, but
Ine tae conditions of
The liability insurance
real sentiment which Dr. Krebs em-, . . , mptinB with the commit
pha-sised in his address on "Bouncing. an(J hajj bf.en ab,9 to efrect a most
the Rlues." I advantageous proposition in securing
"Why. I never saw mind apart from ; fafeg bv a lhe memDers of the assoct
matter." said the speaker yesterday ( atJon t'aklnB their policies out in the
afternoon. "The policy that put mat- j nipiuiy.
tor below mind is damnable." he said, t Mp nurn3 be the authori?ed
M contiuued that matter was divine. repre!1(,n.ative of the association and
"If you don t think matter is re al sit on m.u, fce pr,parj to handle the Insur-
tack." Ir. Krebs adiien. ir "Tpr " I ano a, ell as advance the associa-
4n rliarFA ox the
didn't have "fried Ideals for reai iriectricaj contractors' association's af
fast. ! fairs is designated as the booster com-
Krebs Worked With Dowie. mit'ee and it through Its efforts that
The weekly report of the local free
I employment office, up to ths week end
' Ing Feb. 7. has jus: been issued from
Springfield, show ing The following good
i Out of 50 male applicants for work.
I 27 were givea employment, while no
work could be found for the remaining
! , There were 27 applications filed
for male help wanted, and all of them
were filled. This makes a, totil up to
dote. Bince the office opened here, or
994 male applicants ofr work. 386 hav
ing been given employment. The num
ber of applications for male help want
ed filed were 409. while 38C of these
positions were filled, the total number
unfilled being 23.
Out of 19 female applicants for work
nine were given employment, while no
work could be found for the remain
ing 10. There were nine applications
filed for female help wanted, and all of
them were filled. This makes a total
up to date of 211 female applicants for
work, 113 having been given employ
ment. The number of applications for
female help wanted filed was 122. w hile
113 were filled. th total number un
filled being nine.
a lam. ir. - - ," , 'ance as w
thing in this world was made of ideals . tjon.g wef
Ir. Krebs desired to know why we! Thj coJ
Plating that he had worked with
Alexander Ioie. of Zion City, and he
had seen Iowle perform acts of heal-
the services of Mr. Burns have beep
secured. He will have an office in the
Electrical building In Rock Island and
Ing. Dr. Krebs asserted mat ne was his work will be largely cooperative
not totally blinded to the faith of the M weji a mutually advantageous. The
idealists. "I decry the fact, however, J association is to be congratulated In se
of many people, that idealism of mind I rurng the services or a man of Mr.
will cure til functional disorders." said 1 jjurns' experience and training, ability
Krebs. The spakT said he believed : and temperament. He is peculiarly
In the philosophy of sense and good j equipped for the Important duties he Is
Judgment. I to undertake and the wisdom of the
-The family ihould be the cell ot j cnojce will be amply shown.
society." Krebs said. He said that (
when people voted as a family, not as! - -
individuals, the woman question would j
be solved. Dr. Krebs also touched on .
the sex problem. He said that sex
v'rtiity depended on mental virility.
"I'm no teetotaler." sa!d Krebs before
his Saturday night audience at the V.
M. C. A. "I thin kit Is good to arum j
with sotne men at some times." The I
speaker, descried the practice, however,
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
For express, call William Trefi.
Tri-Clty Towel Supply company.
Independent Express & Storage.
R. I. 951.
Fire sale of pianos at Eberhart's,
2224 Fourth avenue.
Attend the piano sale at Eberhart's,
2224 Fourth avenue.
Get a piano at Eberhart's fire sale,
2224 Fourth avenue.
Must Be III.
"Toar father's a sicker man than wa
That so. maT
Tes. I just did something that
cclted elm. Detroit Free Pres.
of perODs Justifying themselves in
various forms of dissipation, other
than drink, jiiiit because they did not
think. "If 1 want a drink I go and get
It and a-vk nolxidy." said Dr. Krebs. He
mid he was a temperance advocate.
b it coriTinu.-d tl.at t!e- were many
Central Pretbyterlan The Young
People's Christian Endeavor society
will give a Washington sociable this
evening at the church.
Prayer service will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7:4o at the church.
I The Faster s Aid socletv win noid an
dissipations other than those of drink. dav. mt.eting Thursday at the home
r.-T-r-":- . Jof .Mrs. Henry Arndi. 1238 Fifteenth
! strer-t. The committee will serve a
iiMU'h at i.coa.
I Friduy afternoon at 3 o'clock the
Woman's M icbionary society will hold
intjt!i;g at the home of .Mrs.H. J.
"TIZ" FOR T
- SORE. ACHING FEET
auson. l'J7 r i.'eenni srreet. i ne
cuie topic uill be l ne niriiuns anu
o foreign topic Is "Korea."
Ah' wliat rlif. "; more tirrd fwt;
no Diorr luirniijj fft. swollen. baJ snull
itur. sweaty f-t. No m' r- pain in rorns
calIoue or bunions. No Diattt-r what
til on T feet
or what undrr
tl:e s'in ynu'e
(;. ttir. relief.
ji:t i. "TIZ."
o-.it all fie
"TIZ" is nag
i. al; ' TIZ" is
II cure your
fot.t tro;i!l s
youll Burr limn or lr'w up your face
in pain. Nour s:io4 won't s-n tij'lit
anI yoir It will ntr. n"vrr hart, or
frt vcrr, swollen -r tired.
; a 25 rnt box tnr drug or
depaxtmcot store, d1 get relief.
Rev. W. H. Tope at the parsonage.
Special evangelical services will be
held Wednesday evening at the
Memorial Christian Tomorrow even
ing the Christian Endeavor society will
meet in regular monthly session at the
Prayer services will be held Wed
nesday evening at the church.
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock the
Toadies' Aid society will entertain the j
other aid societies en me city at
musicale in the church parlors.
cil will meet with Rev. N. J. ForE
berg. 4509 Ninth avenue.
Next Sunday morning communion
services will be held at tho church and
In the evening there will be a special
mission service at the church. -
Grace Lutheran The confirnMition
class will met Wednesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock and Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Uible study services will be held
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
The Reliance club meets Frida)
evening with Walter Schroed?r, 532
South Park Presbyterian-Wednes-day
afternoon at 4:15 there will be a
special program for boys at the Junior
association meeting. Mr. Craig of the
Y. SI. C. A. will tell what the Y of
fers for the younger boys.
Prayer services will be held Wednes
day evening at 7:30 at the church and
at 8 o'clcrk the monthly conference of
the teachers of the Sunday school w ill
The Woman's guild meets Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. JJ B. Pritchett,
S016 Tenth avenue.
Friday evening the Laura Marquis
clrclj will serve an International sup
per at the church beginning at 5:30.
First Baptist The prayer and cove-j
nant meeting will be held Wednesday
evening at the church.
A dime sociable will be held Thurs-;
day evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Hoffman, 1612 Twenty
ninth street. !
Friday there will be an all day meet-!
ing of the Ladies' Aid society for work
in the church parlors. ;
First Methodist The Social Service!
Study club will meet tomorrow even-1
ing at 6:30 o'clock w ith A. J. Burton ;
as the leader and the topic will be I
"What Xext In Play." j
The mid week prayer meeting Wed- j
nesday evening at 7:30 will be pre-;
communion services. I
The Covenant Bible class w ill hold '.
a business and social meeting follow-!
Ing the prayer services Wednesday
The Epworth league will hold Its an- J
nual banquet at the Y. M. C. A. Thurs- j
day evening at 6:45 o'clock.
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1 -.Geta dress
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FOR ROCK ISLAND
Notices Posted in Local Federal
Building Describe Govern
ment Jobs Open.
Trinity Episcopal The Dorcas guild
will meet at 7:30 tonight In the rec-
! Unitsd Presbyterian This evening torv.
the boa-U ot trustees will meet at 8 Xfte Vestment guild will meet In the
uVlw.li at the parsona?';. I parish house Tuesday afternoon at 2
Tuesday evening the Kate Hill Mi-J o'clock,
sion society w ill meet with Miss Hazel i j-,e Woman's auxiliary will meet
Cardaii. 31S Fourteenth street. Tuesday at 2:3" o'clock with Mrs. E.
E. lawyer. 2411 fcigntn avenue
: Mir! eek . layer services will be
i LeM Wednehduy evenii.g at 7:45.
I German Evangelical This evening
the Sunday ncliool boys will meet at
I 'I iieJil.tv Mi!nc the choir w ill meet
afternoon the LadieB'
will meet in the chuTch
! Sewing e'fl
Kriilay ever.iiig the young ladies
'. hakct;!!: t-aui will n.cet at Turner
I hall. '
Spencer Memorial Method.st This
'even'ig tiie steward will meet with
5 Ets-nnrs wEm
v"',Jtr'.-, " "1
Ii j - - .. ..t.-a. ; .- -. tr. .. ...i.-.' u
Trinity guild meets Tuursday at 2
at the parish house.
First Swedish Lutheran Wednes
day evening at 6 o'clock the confirma
tion class will meet in tie. annex.
j Prayer services will be held at 7:30.
Friday evening the Man s society
will meet at the home of Alfred John
son. 1017 Fourth street
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock the
confirmation class mets at the annex.
Zion Lutheran The Ladies' circle
will meet this evening with Mrs. A.
A. Milton. 4211 Seventh avenue.
Wednesday evening at 7:45 prayer
services will be held at the home of
Mrs. P. E. Benson. 4406 Seventh ave
nue. Friday afternoon at 4:30 the con
firmation clnss will meet at the church.
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 the Sun
beam society will be entertained at
the home of Miss Grace Bloomberg.
62C Fortieth street.
Saturday evening the church coun-
Xotices posted today In the federal :
building here announce various exam-1
inatlons to be held In the near future j
for vacancies In government w-ork. An j
examination for a rural letter carrier j
at Reynolds is to be held In the Rock
Island office on March 14.
There is a vacancy in the ordnance
department at the federal building for
a mechanical draftsman, and an exam
ination for this position will be held.
The salary ranges from $1,000 to $1,200
At the Rock Island arsenal there i3
a vacancy for a typewriter, and
an examination will be held Jn this city
on March 11 for this position. The
job Is open to either a man or woman
and pays about $000 yearly.
WILTON MAN HERE
WITH RACE HORSES
Charles Quiglay of Wilton, Iowa,
arrived in Rock Island today with four
race horses, and states that he will
make this, city his future permanent
headquarters. Mr. Quigley has four
fine horses which give promise of de
veloping excellent speed on the track,
though they are yet rather green. The
race track at the exposition grounds
will be used for trying out the horses
when the season opens.
AT HIGH SCHOOL
V. A. Faust Is to give a course In
artistic lettering at the high school
soon.' He is to present five lessons,
and It Is expected that many of the
students of the high school will enroll.
It Is planned to have Mr. Faust to give
lessons at night also, so that people
of the city, who are not students, may
Mr. Faust is planning to give a medal
to the students who shows the most
Improvement In writing during the
Ave lessons, and it is understood that
many pupils are going to try for the
Trip to Urbana is Described
Miss Lou Harris, superintendent of
Rock Island county schools, has just
received the following letter from
Clyde Kausch of Illinois City, relative !
to the I'rbana short course which he
at ended :
"I wish to say 1 am very much
pleased with my short course
through the Agricultural school of
lillnoU. I left Rock Island at 8:1S
in the morning, arrived at I'rbana
a. 7:30 in the evening. On Mon
day, and Tuesday morning we
went to the Agricultural building
and registered. We then attended
a lecture, of which there were four
each day at -he auditorium. Then
wo went to the stock pavilion,
where a lecture was held from
10:"0 In the morning until 12 noon.
In the afternoon a lecture was
li.'M from 1:15 un'll 4:30. and in
tho evcbicfi & lecture from 7: SO to
9:30. These lectures consisted of
different things, such as "Rotation
of Crops." "Raising. Breeding and
Judging Cattle, Horses, Sheep and
'We also visited the buildings
of the University of Illinois, whk-h
was a great sight. I think any
young man going to take a cours?
tliroupli school chould go there;
I: Is the only place for a farmer.
1 got lots of good of it through
my two weeks course. We were
treated fine and also had a good
"I want to thank ho Rock Is
larvl State bank, end othr friends
who helped rre to attend this short
Come any day this week
This is Ladies9 Homen
Journal pattern week.
- 1 A A 1 1
makers arc oonndoni mat once
ies' Home Journal patterns are giv
fair trial, they will always bo used,
refore. thousands of patterns are to
be tfiven away absolutely free in
order to furnish every woman with
in reach a ehance to try ono and to
become familiar with their points
of merit through actual u.e.
You can have any one of
the patterns shown here
simply by asking for it.
Ladies Home Journal patterns are designed fcy
a svstem practically nsw to pattern-making."
It is simple, intelligent and easy to follow, and
there is little or no chance for error. T.y th
use of the. p&tenteu Ruiclc chart, even tho most
inexperienced home scer can be successful
in making clothes.
Pattern Section, 2nd floor.
$1 wool storm serge 89c ayd
This comes from one of the largest and most reputable mills in this country,
and is indeed a wonderful value. It is 11c a yard cheaper than any serge that we
have found to come anvwhere near comparing with ;t m quality and tinish. Every
thread is all wool, and is thoroughly sponged and shrunk. A most desira
ble material for suits, dresses, scparsfc skirts and children s wear. The color
range includes naw, marine, Alice, gray, light and dark browm tan, cardinal, wine
and black; 50 inches wide; see our -windows this week: yard, syc.
Dress skirts complete,
made to your measure, 3.95
You select the material you want, from a collection of fine $1 and $1.55 all
wool dress goods in both plain shades, and mixed colors; choose the -style
vou want from several up-to-date models, and we will make the skirt, the whole
thing to cost vou only $3.95. Mind you, $3.95 covers everything materials,
making fitting and findings, and a perfect fit is absolutely guaranteed. The skats
are nufde ri$?ht here in our store, and the workmanship is of the very best.
Nemo corsets are comfort
able when you sit
We picture here one of the stylish new
Nemo models with extra long skirt. The
cloth extends some distance below the
back steels and forms an elastic extcn
eh vou will notice curves insion win
TolloVlng the contour of the body. This
Lastl-curve back expands freely when you
sit down, giving ease and comfort. The
elastic extension clings closely when you
stand, and the edges of the corset cannot
show, through, making an unsightly line,
when thin gowns are worr-; neither will
this corset ride up. Netro corsets are
healthful as well as fashionable. They sup
port the abdomen, flatten the back, and
mold the figure into fashionable lines.
" Have our expert corsetieres select and fit
a Nemo for you. The model illustrated is 3
Vanta Baby Garments
These are the pretty little Vanta
Vests that are saving thousands of
babies from the tortures of pin
scratches and the torments of hard
lumpy buttons. There's not a pin
or a "button about them. A new
twistless tape fastening a per
manent part of the garment takes
their place. It cannot pull off and
unlike old time tapes. It never gets
hard of stringy never curls or
kinks In the wash. '
The new knickerbockers
Knickerbockers in either knee or
ankle length; silk, silk mull and
i 1. ; T 11 1
& crepe ue cmne;: pints., unit, uteu-
der, nile green, mahogany and
' s I mill iiiiiw.i- .ni .ng.i.j- i.
I - n o. . . . - . . . -f 7 T " J . " '
Tango garters are worn with knick
bockers. Each garter has a deei
flounce of shadow lace and chiffon,
giving a petticoat effect, $3.95 to $5.
Beautiful new crepe de chine petti
coats In pinH, blue, yellow, lavender,
nile green; to wear with evening and .
party gowns; $595, $6.95 and $7.50.
I n bp ,u - J
adjustable dress forms,
you can make your own
clothes. You can dup
licate exactly your own
figure with one. and
the initial cost is very
small taking into con
sideration the lifetime
of usefulness, economy
and grpat convenience.
Xo matter what
changes Fashion may
decree, the usefulness
and adaptability of tne
form if - In no way ef
fected as each part is
ble. See the various
we show. $7.50 to $18.
Beautiful Cblumbia Medallion Portraits free with purchases amounting
to $10. Hundreds are having them made for relatives and friends. They
are handsome enough to adorn the wall of any home, but we give
free. Ask for a medallion card.
SECOND AND HARRISON STS.
in the dedicatory ceremonies of a new
Catholic church Just completed at a
Catholic Church Dedicated. j 1
I:lo-mlngton, 111.. Feb. 23. Central t
Illinois prleelH and laymen assembled I 1
GIG HORSE SALE
100 head of horses and mules
to be sold at auction at Moel
ler's north barn next
TUKSDAY. FEBRUARY 24
at 1 o'clock.
Every horse sold must be ai
We make private horse sales
H. C. HARRIS.
r. PA VIS. Clerk.
cost of $23,000. Rev. J. V. Shannon
of Peoria Cathedral and Rev.. It. E.
O'Mahoney or St. Viator's lleR''
kakee. delivered the principal dare;
(jrand Masquerade J3aU
GuStav Adolf Lodoe No i'fi I O e 'will nlv m MaSaueradC Ea"
9 -- , ..... O - . . 97
Odd Fellow Ter..ple. r.oek l and, Wednecday. Feb. 25. 1914. '
at Gibson City yesterday to participate 1jcOCXXCOOCOOCCCXXCOOOCO
MUSIC BY PLOW CITY ORCHESTRA.
Masks and Costumes can be obtained at hall.. Good, time as-
75c per couple. Extra Ladies 25c.