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THE ROCK ISL.AXD ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1915.
0. CAIG ft. THOMS TALKS ON
SOCIAL OBLIGATIONS Of
THE CHURCH MAN.
Baptet Club Each Person Mas
Doty to Perform Toward
wile 5 Ira's
Tj Implication of tfle Jo-
0,1- mx.t the Interesting theme upon
S. TlmiM, Ph. D.
the F".rt flapt'st church.
Mui. ; last een!nsr at th-i
j-n'-;' n-ee-iing cf the Men's club
g tv. Ft ret laptlst church. There
urr it :.i if'radiBt.
Az- ortwr thing Dr. Thorn
a-j v.'e tr living la a social ten-j
nry a r chinking ta social j
t' tt urilmath ii'ir thinking
v rc-.'. pimre t. bible. The blrlei
. . - r Iwm fT tH KfMi ft la'
ti tr '. up fvdte. It ailve the o-
c:i ; of today.
7 .- r ir rtaasT confront-
Tiro Stars in "The Spoilers"
Ht '. The flrt ta higher crit
I '.rn. "! ana!vi- t- the rrMn.
-.; .-r.'.v f rk".:n ro perceive the
t-.n-r-.' trutl r th bo .. Hm (Ma
ac-r f - jnw" duration 1 almost
People Neglect B ble. j
-T -- -tit and more real danger'
I, tr. ; fiflo lil under tlie bi:ij
:t r i ! 'fc" t:bi la tb ineiDorat-r
-' r!Vr itaia. and ar In dar.-g-r
( :'. rwd.nic It In a h'irr'l an l
tt' J. manner. Tee dar ta blch
;.. T.n.1 fbat aball mt
r. - ' 'Jt'O tta tcbltuc. at
w n a i c.r work In ftPc man-
r"k.-r fh-n U-ok "The IrJ'i
Ir- r. ' an t iljc a the rr firt
of J:Trnt !z- wauld Inclnd'
:! tri croup. Hit wtat thj
Szi''-'.il T;ir-an wbrrv b u"- th
rrl" o? ni-r-:jr blm,;f. but tr.an:-
1U'"! "" 'I ''-.t r.'n. jir.i a nrh ;
tr-.' ?: ! t;n i-r o.''iiH'i-iT '-.
I I ar.1 prayer Inr! j ! a'.! J
ts.-. 'i :t-fVn ar n'l
fcr. - it'.: r'.." -r'; f ir-n. anl t !r. j
:: 'r. wh'.rh fhr cannot anJI
ft r. rrr to rfaf. (
Free Sreahfaat Idea. i
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PLANS FOR TOUR
WENNERBERG 8INGERS TO VISIT
20 CITIES IN THE NORTH
Preparations for tbe 12th annual!
tour of the Wennerberg male chorus
of AuKustana college are rapidly near-'
log a close. This year the chorus will I
make a tour of the northern states j
and expect to visit some twenty cities,
the 1915 Itinerary covering 2000 mT.es. j
Arrangements have already been made i
Frank Clark and Ihmta Famum an shown In the roles they interpret in
the photoplay production of Kri Pearh's novel of Alaska. The picture.
wfc!rb la a Sollg production and said f o be one cf the most expensive
brought out in this country In the rt few years, will be on v!ew a? tbe
HMnoU tboatre foar daya this week, bt-e nnin? tomorrow.
Kathryn Wi:'..atr. V
nam. a I tar casi.
Kb ;i - "Mrs W-etr .f Ice
bac I'a:ch.- the ;.oar itsvif;.
1 ' t in:!n at.- . f
i "K: . n n! I
' a pr-t: tr.rl.
: -ir -!
:! mi f.r
' it.irt. r.i r ;i!
i iz.irr..' 'its look o)'I cn )
T )'..n':- tl.t; nay fat billies
in:. Imij .. ii btr;p-s.
r vours. if aluiii-. y uiilT
for concert at FL Dodge. Ia., St. Pet
er. Minn.; Red Wing. Minn.; Minneap
olis, Minn.; Marquette. Mich.; St.
Paul. Minn.; Marinette. Wis.; Chicago.
111.; Duluth, Minn.; Escanaba, Mich.;
and Boone. Iowa, where the initial
concert of the tour will be given
Marked Improvements, which have
characterized the remarkable develop
ment of the chorus since It wa first
organized, have also been made this
year. Several good voices which have
been added, and the untiring efforts
of the director. Professor J. Victor
Bergqulst. have brought the chorus to
a high degree of quality and efficiency.
Professor Bergquist 1 becoming more
and more recognized as a leader as
well as a composer.
Assisting tbe chorus this spring
w ill be two enloists. Carl Lindegren,
vocal soloist of Chicago, who was with
the chorus a few years ago, and Pro
fessor William Wrigley, head of the
violin department In the Detroit
school of musical arts. Professor
Wrigley accompanied the chorus last
year and proved a big success. Both
of these men have distinguished them
selves iu their separate lines and have
been under the public eye for more
than 10 year.
As in former years the chorus will
give two programs, one sacred and the
' other secular. The repertoire ranges
; from the wierd harmonies and soul
istirring martial airs of Scandinavia to
the lighter, more youthful and exuber
ant of America's modern compositions.
The deeply religious songs are eung
with a strong appeal to the spiritual
mini!, while the vivacious national airs
bring forth laughter and cheer.
SIMON & LAXDAUER
Cor. Second and Harrison
Spring Showing of Caps
Beautiful colorings in grey, green,
blue, tan; in plaids, stripes and plain
shades. Priced at
50c 75c $1 $1.50 $2
LOVE IS ONLY A MATTER OF FRAGRANCE!
IT HITS THE NOSE AND NOT THE HEART
ri.i1-iy I !!: I iloswor:'.;,
Afi-:- rarru.r'or.. MyrtI iSi-.i:: an
ar.'l Fthea ilainri in "Ti. Country
. : ' TV
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a v v a t
i: in writing by
i.i i ou'al n i kun
cf . r.t f'r r:ih."
.Attorney John M. Wilson cV Aledo
was in town Saturday on business.
Mrs. Mary Warner of Aledo vini!ed
t ' f- f-U thn nn-mplovnt "f Th'ir5!av -Varr I'ifor.l ta -
-- r""" la'"3 o4 In btur Uj.o.op-, l -.irriac-" I ITul-.n.an
;rr'al morxl braii cf trie pi Uan- jur.jn t
t " ' vn,i- I.'. i hurrh 'rti-. H
, : 'h" r i'r.it of 1 by th- h'ir'-h
r p-iip la tK.!r rlrft!; ll'-! bid
"i 1-' n: - I'fit . a !t l.-rT'.or.tra-i!
' ir. an alVn.it . beln n; ! to
li, r-b. 22 -May Ir-in in -Mr l:::i'--;i
fUi k. by ;. .rc V. II .1 .ir:. iKrob-
ca: la "Motey."
! S m !.y "Tb A In :
nrj r.!l ttar
,;ijrfH of Kitty
a N.i!-.. o: i
' r '"riii-. in "l:i t
'.iry I'irkfor.l r.
: u--.t- i i.
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ED SMITH IS RELEASED
0:i PAYMENT OF COSTS .
n..T .-Ivlr.i tb name if IMrri.t";
vrr 1 n a !. onlT' r -!iarK 1
eri,.iv oJT''r. by 'bi-f Jarn-t:
trtr.. H- j r-:a l tfvr pay-,
tir.r ,,( .r4f t:.i n-.-rninr by Mi v!
Ln-- '. : S'uit.t w a. rhariC'l irl'
in :'-i:-:r i. ar. I lot'n.-iic at- ut tJo-
V.Vi)n-.wij y "l.ov.j I 'irate."
of K;r.'. Votar.t.-r I'm-man."
Th arlav "Karew ell I) :iti-r
:. .t any.
! : Na..i
an 1 I f
:.. r to I,.
n'c li- r
at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
' McCoy and othr relatives here.
MAJESTIC. j The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
. r !;it:.- t!i: f who ; j.:ari Brown living south of Green
iiish.ip's Carriage," uower, died Sunday evening and w-as
ic I:, a lfii;ht w!:icn i hiiriprf in Woodhull cemetery Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Ii. Mann was called to Aledo
i Friday, her grandmother, Mrs. A.
I Sti ad. having died that day.
I The basketball team went to New
! Boston Friday where they played the
; Bcfton basketball team and were de-
Love Savs fvfMe oesri, is KeALuy A mattpi?
OI SMFLL POTOS PROPOSALS WU. M Ave A
MEW AMO blFF-eCNT TOWE
wurnifft i..!r:.n ri : lare to no
l.i -i t'i. vitit: pii-tnre efforts. In
:iii- Fi'.buian pro'imtion the is
n- '. th" strongest
t;,.. K..!:i''iK I'lay.rs
"'; -tory i- well known
.. . .i, rf.-r.t to an ortihan-
;.str-; t.- ! ;i! I lali-r escaped ! f-ated. the score being 16 to 24.
nr. ! by a ih f wbn educates j Arlo Brown arrived home Monday-
its r-v. r lis liirrt-t'i:. i-iht , iruni rvuuoui n, u iu., w n vi c iiv wnuc
a tun". w!t i is wiilitiu to elu ; short visit at the home of his sister,
7 N I c rfV
AMO am! "we-
"Tough Lock. Fofc
-7p Poet. .
i jtarli-. -"A
Kvin. ' plo!: . i f K'l.ilrc.
rI.ir." "if..:ii of T.ir.
"In the Jury !!-o:u.
"Kins Around l'.uy,"
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I :i .
I fip.-s a r-is"fng
ii. -a- mi.' baMi. s t!:!
p a': ! tinatly ov-r-j...
r : .' t'..is faKcitiatitis
rur1 is to In stiowa
t -ii orro.v ni"lit.
P ootr .:-.stoa. Ill l :T
$rr,r r.-r.t ah'e at liiicoia Wc!yan j
nier.'T h-re. an I .Visa Ea Iuter-1 COLONIAL.
?a.i -. .-f I'j.-k'ria, a tiidn at th J Wlae.-day J. J MrGraw
4 7- . .. . I. marrir.l In ?prin 1 S if'." thr re. l-; "This t t
I- t :: r-t!: of a coIVi romane-. j "Th Maahcr'a Mlsr.ap"
TO IDENTIFY LOOT
Try Slcvin for
First Class Taxi
Night Call Rock
A.I ht Closed Car
Sfn Passenger Pierce-
Slcvin Taxicab Line
2109 Third Avenue.
Tl ur-dav "The ivrfec
rci : "Trlchlnoroly.""
Friday 5ixt:i epl!fv!e of "Runaway
Jun;" "The Tollce Di.it." I'athr News.
r-'ifirday "The Hand of ietlny,"
four rci l: "1'ncle Flni.-h."
.Tinday "The Girl I lWt Behind
M 4." eitra peci&l feature.
AT THE COLONIAL.
-The Terfect Thirty-Six." written by
; DAVENPORT MAN INSPECTS HY.
BY HARRY SHERMAN.
t :: ph -i' iati of Davenport, victim
of a r..llwr' in which u iuaiitity of
dru was s'olcn. appeared at the po
ilice station ye-tcrday afternoon in an
'effort to identify ironio of the hypo-iderml-t
nutr.ts found on Harry Sher
! man a confined dope fiend who was ar
rested Saturday night while threaten-
Montacue Glaan. author of "Potash and j JnK patrons in a restaurant on Twenti-
Per!muttT. J to t on n iu l'ic- . .treot itl a raZ0r.
turrs at the Colonial ton.oTTow. i n
pir railed enjoyment of a rare sort.
Not oaly la tbe f.lm Intensely Interest
i .nf r.irtrfn. Are of n&tire by
j Mr. G'.a l cin.;atl to make a
Visit California and
.- the ret Expoait lona tb Tanania Pariflc International
Kipo.iUon at San Francia co. and tbe Panama-California Exposi
tion at San to. celebrating tbe completion of the Panama ca
nal. A visit tohe Ei positions offer the greatest opportunity to
".-. America t?iat has ever been presented.
Rock Island Scenic Circle Tours
effer a variety cf waya t o and from California, surpassed by
non in scenic Intet. Get copy of our Exposition folder.
It i:t help yoa decide on tbe route you wish to take.
Very Low Fares Tor Bound Trip
o.ir representative are travel experts, who will help you
pit: wonderful and aa economical outing, gtve you full ln?or
raatloa about California a nd ker Ex positions, how best to. see
them, and look after ever y detail of your trip.
F. II. PLUMMER, Ticket Agent
S. A. BO.D. C. A. P. S.
..Both Eaposltion Included In one ticket at eo extra cost
San Diegro San Francisco
The physician was unable, hewever,
to identify any of the outfits as his
own. The police believo Sherman re
sponsible for the numerous petty
theft committed in the past few
weeks in which a large quantity of
drugs was stolen from doctors' of
fice in Bock Island and Dcvenport.
OLDER BOYS' CLASS HAS '
SOCIAL AT THE Y. M. C. A.
Twenty-two members of the older
bo" class enjoyed a social yesterday
afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Games
were played and each lad received a
package of crackerjack to which he
did full justice.
; Mrs. Ethel G'l'iland.
' Mis. Florence Hamilton was hostess
' to the members of the "-I2" club on
; Tuesday evening at the home or Mr
and Mrs. Ed Frazier. The house was
', beautifully decorated with hearts and
the score cards were heart-shaped
whiie the Fame effect was carried out
I in the delicious lunch served by the
j bosless at the close of the game, she
I being assisted in serving by the Miss-
j es Gertrude Frazier nnd Genevieve
Hamilton and Master W. B. and Park
Frazier. Miss Sophia Taylor of Wood-
hu'i was on out of town guest.
Mrs. r. Welnstein was at home on
Thursday afternoon to the members of
the Priscllla club. The ladies spent
the afternocci with their fancy work
and in a social way. The hostess
served delightful refreshments and a
pleasant afternoon was enjoyed.
J. C. Gardner west of town was the
guest of Aledo friends Wednesday.
Mrs. John Fisher came from Aledo
and spent the past week with her sis
ter. Mrs. William Dingwell.
Will Gardner of Hanna City was a
visitor Sunday at the home of his
parents. Mr. ond Mrs. J. C. Gardner,
lie was accompanied home by Mrs.
Fred Gardner who spent tbe week
Miss Mildred Corsepius baa return
ed home from a visit with friends at
I Miss Gwes Thomas returned home
Sunday from Fairfield, Iowa, where
she has been employed for tbe past
two years. She will have charge of
$1,173,320 IS PAID BY
MODERN WOODMEN BOARD
The February sessions of the board
cf director and executive council of
jthe Modern Woodmen society adjourn
!ed last evening. Both bodies will con
vene again on March 15. At this
month session of the board 674
deith claims were allowed, amounting
to $1,173.32') Insurance.
Buy a home of Beidy Bros
For express, call William Trefs.
j TrlCity Towel Supply company.
I Independent Express Storage.
iR. I. S1.
! Wear a 12 (union made) hat. Men's
! Fashion Shop. Harper house block.
' Pay taxes at room 59. State Bank
EaUJIng. Open Saturday evenings.
Oh! My Fool
y Foot Hurt
Thy Ache and Burn and Pain Me So
I Can't Stand It
Get TOHOO Instant Belief.
For tired achlns.
f-et there's noth
ing like TONGO.
You may think
you've tried Idem
all. but If your
f-et hurt you
ToSlK). For tbe
K Herman. tbe
rber. the tired
liup alrl. tbe
woman with tbe
tight shoes, the.
man wltb the
1 i r in TnT.n ih rreateat
foot remedies. It soothe and allay
tbe pain and burning- at once. Don t
think (or a minute because you bare
trlu powder and ointment and tab
lets that dissolve In hot water, with
no great relief, that all hope 1 rone.
Ho to your nearest druggist and get
TONOO your relief wilt be Instant
nd your comfort perpetual, and you
will bless the day you read thle pa
per. TONOO I for Ml- by all druc-a-lsts.
tS rente, or ent by mall pre
paid by Denntaoo FhanMoai Oo, C bioao.
Von will alwaye Mad Ttl a Joka TP.
Mrhaelder'e. Chaa. hrmt'. tto r.
fever's, A. J. Hotee aael CeUeCe
macy, Bork Island, 111.
0 VeK 1
flnd instant re-
It appears upon expert testimony
that one in love is drawn to the en
viable object of his or her amours not
by the impulsion of the heart, as has
long been erroneously believed, but
by the nose. Our nose it is that di
rects the affairs of our heart. Any
one rlinoeH in nmtp.et this: must eon-'
trovert the celebrated and chaiming
Parisian perfumeuse. Mme. Desti.
A perfumeuse is one who has made
a life study of perfume and all that
relates to it, and that's what Mme.
Destl has done. The olfactory nerve,
with which we smell things, is a great-
t'ae butterfly, the dormouse, the lark
and the otter, all find their affinities
through their unfailing sense of smell.
So it is with humans, too, though to
date we have been unwilling to ad
Everyone has his peculiar and indi
vidual aroma. When two such aromas
meet and find that they affect one an
other pleasantly a love affair ensues.
Heretofore a youth courting a fair
haired darling has said little of how
charmed he was with her delightful
fragrance. But that was Just because
he didn't know about it. From this
time on he will Ignore her eyes and
, ::. i
I herein- announce my
self a candidate for may
or of the city f Rock Is
land, and I respectfully
ask the aid and support
of all citizens.
Stephen J. Collins
er influence in our lives, says Mme. lips and dwell at greater length on
Desti, than is commonly known. With-' her unutterably exquisite redolence,
out a sense of smell you would be a j And with downcast eyes and flitting
forlorn and desolate creature. I blush she will speak softly of the
The birds and beasts of the field, j sturdy manliness of his.
the Thomas sisters millinery store for
the spring and summer seasons.
Miss Bertha Forsyth was a passen
ger to Barstow Wednesday for a visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ragain.
Miss Jennie Smith of Maysville was
taken to Galesburg hospital last Sun
day iand was operated on for appen
dicitis. The operation was successful
and the patient is getting along r.icely.
Mrs. Sarah Williams has returned
from a week's visit at the home of her
son, David W'illiams at Preemption
and with her daughter, Mrs. Baxter
north of town.
Mrs. Joe White returned home Sat
urday from Freeport where she has
been for the past tw-o weeks caring
far her daughter Anna, who has fully-
recovered from her illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Columbus,
Ob.'o, arrived .Wednesday and are vis
iting Mrs. Davis" cousin. Grove Harri
son and family.
Miss Ethel Morris was a guest of
here sister, Mrs. W. C. Olin and family
at (Alexis Sunday
thrown off a bob-sled. Mr. Hogan
was helping C. M. Jinks move from
the Chesiey place to the J. K. Ander
son farm. He was just starting away
with a load of goods and was going
down a side hi'l, which was covered
with ice. the Eled turned entirely
around, throwing Mr. Hogan off. He
struck on his head and remained un
conscious for some time. The team
became frightened when the sled
turned around and ran away demolish
ing nearly everything in the sled. The
team ran west a mile into the James
Yerkey's place.- where they were
caught after upsetting a buggy which
Mrs. Jinks had driven there a short
Mr. and Mrs. Moorehead and two
children returned to their home in Sa
vanna, 111.. Saturday after making a
short visit with Mrs. Moorehead's
grandmother, Mrs. E. C. Sexton.
Frank Fitch was in Monmouth Sun
day attending the Catholic order of
J. A. Heflin visited his daughter.
19th SL th Ave.
OLIVER DRAMA PLAYERS
Tonight Last time of
Hall Caine's Great Play.
Starting at the Bargain Matinee
Tomorrow the laugh-ev-ery-Minute
"Mrs. Temple's Telegram"
300 laugh without one blush
Send the children Saturday
Prices 10c-20c. Matinee 10c
Thursday, Feb. 18,
in "In the Bishop's Carriage1
Ed JWorley arrived home Saturday" j Mrs. Frank Fassnacht and family at
from Stuttgart, Ark., where he has
been an business.
Mrs. J. A. Heflin and daughter, Mar
lon spent the day Saturday in Davenport.
Rev. C. C. Harper preached the ser
mon at the union service Sunday eve
ning at the M. E. church. This ser
vice "was preparatory to the evange
listic services which are to begin in
the Presbyterian church Sunday Feb.
21, and will be In charge of Evange-
st Williams and his workers of
A quiet wedding took place at the
Presbyterian manse Wednesday after
noon. Feb. 10. at 4 o'clock. Frank
Workman of Riddleville, 111., and Mies
Lillian Brock of Nanlock, III., were
the contracting parties. Tbe cere
mony was read by Rev. C. C, Harper,
pastor of the Presbyterian church.
Mlae Esther !A. Esp and Perry Tbom- j
eon accompanied the couple.
Mrs. 6. P. Leonard of White City. I
Kan., arrived Friday and Is visiting at '
the home of her brother, John Gilbert :
and family. She will also visit other i
relatives In this community. Mrs. !
Leonard formerly lived In Alexis and '
has-been in Rock Island with her son,'
who Is foreman In the Rock Island
J. M. Hogan. Hvlng southwest o-
town, has been confined to his bed
the past week as the result of being '
Elmer Tipton of Preemption called
on his brother, Dr. G. C. Lipton Wed
nesday. The Royal Neighbors gave a recep
tion at the "Woodman hail Saturday
evening in honor of Selma Martinson
Mclntyre. She was the recipient ot
a number of beautiful i.nd useful gifts.
A very enjoyable evening was passed.
The German society for the train
ing of ambulance dogs, presided over
by the grand duke of Oldenburg, an
nounces that over 1,400 of these ani
mals are now employed on the two
fighting fronts in searching for the
wounded after the battles.
Admission 5 Cent
"Detective Swift" (3 part), fea
turing John J. McOraw
"The Master' Mishap" A rip
"This ts the Life" A million
Special Feature Admission 10c
"A Perfect 36" Comedy In four
"Trichinopoly" A aplendid pic
ture DON'T MISS IT
news all the time The
Four Days, Starting Tomorrow
Matinee at 2:30 aid Night at 8:15
F. O. Nielsen presents Selig' production
IN NINE REELS
A Stellar Cast including
WILLIAM FAENUM and KATHLYN WILLIAMS, supported
by Thos. Santschi and Bea sle Eyton.
PRICES Adult. 25c; Children, , 10c. PFtorM, 224 Rock Island.