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THE ROCK ISLAND AUGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1909.
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The pionoy is ibrwared f Cthe offlc&s ot'tJie'Red ' Cross. .'The Argus announce-a-tew . day agot t'ould . receive cojitribu " ;tions re'an would see that they got r -ttt'th'a. proper authorities for distribu tion. V -Already several have subr 'r"8TTbel.i;-The money may be left at the '. 'eountBg!ooin of The Argus, where it - lim be properly accounted for and ent to the Red ' Cros3 officers. v:v . ' THE CHILDREN OF CHERRY. The .fire In the grate sends a sparkle and' glitter of light to the wall. The shadows grow eerie, and darkle the 'ceiling and floor as they fall; And comfort winds soft round my heartstrings, my soul has a gentla . content ' The -world with its griefs and its sor ' ' rows is barred by the gladness . (x - here pent. Then,- O, through the peace and the stillness, there comes ever poig nant and. wild .The sobs of the children of Cherry " ' the eob pf the woe of a child! And here where the grate fire is glow- . -' Ing I 6lt and I muse and I see The grief of the children unknowing . of all of the grief-there may he - I see their wet eyes as they question the men at the mouth of the pit. Their lips are a-quiver with sorrow I eee it all here as I sit, And- thre Is no gladness In thinking . ",f children who question alone, NO gladness, it seems, from perdition ; Clear up to the heavenly throne! For grief may have place in our bos oms when we know tho burden ; of years, . And sorrow may hold us in spirit ' when we know the taste of our : tears ' But, children the children of Cherry they know not how fortune ha3 planned; they simply look on at life dumbly, 'tis not that they may understand Poor, wistful, wan laddies and lassies, who look at the answerless sky Ind feel the cold gloom 'round their spirits and silently ask of us "Why?" Mid Christmas is coming! God henr us, and In his infinite design tt ub' hold the children of Cherry r.s though they were yours and were mine! Td rather my home were all silent, I'd rather my Christmas were bare, rhan any wee child down in Cherry found Santa had never been thero. Tor, O, through the peace and the still ness there come ever poignant and wild Hie sobs of the children of Cherry tho pitiful grief of the child! WILBUR D. NESBIT. Licensed to Wed. lamuel L. Clark Molino Kiss Lilly Nunn Moline Itene Wille East Moline fries Zoe De Capp East Moline Go Somewh This Now is the Time to Plan For Your "Winter Trip No matter where you are goln g, whether to California on one of our personally conducted Tourist Car Excursions, to Mexico, to Florida, to tho Mediterranean, across the Pacific or around the world. I can quote you rates and give you information which will be of service to you. Let me help 'you plan your trip and If I haven't the folders and printed matter you want I will get them for you. iSiififflSi! Qld Phone Harvey K. Mack Rock Island Miss Mabsl E. Fullerton. .Rock Island IN THE CHURCHES . Trinity Kpiscopal church, Nine teenth street and Sixth avenue; Rev. Uranville 11. Sherwood, rector. Ser vices at 7:30 and 10:45 a on. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at, 9:30. . Zlon Swedi3htiutheran, Forty-fiftb street aid, Sevonth' avenue. Rev. E. K ;?Wtf. pastor. Services at 10:45 a. mand :30 u ta.T Sunday school at I i,Grace English Lutheran, corner For- ly-iourth street and Seventh avenue. Rev. Ira O. JTothstein, pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Luther league meeting at 6:45. Services at 10:45 a. m, and 7:45 p. m. Horning, "The Net,,cf God's Love"; evening, "The Boqk Sbt Life." Lutheran, corner Four- street and Fourth avenue. Rev. Q. Hagglund, pastor. Sunday school t 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m. Bible school exercises-at 7:30 p. m. Morning topic,'""Tbe Dragnet on the Sea .and on the Beach"; evening, "Standing Before the Throne of Judg- t? 1 menC German Lutheran, corner Twentieth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. P. Wil- helni, pastor. Services at 10 a. m. nd 7:30 p. m. German Evangelical, Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev. F. J. Rolf pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. Memorial Christian church, corner Third avenua and Fifteenth street. Rey. E. F. McFarlano. pastor. Junior C..D. at 2:30; Young People's at 6:30. Bible school 9:30 a. m.; services .t 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning, "The Golden Steps Heavenward"; ev ening, "The Dangers of Youth." Second Christian, corner Sixth street and Thirteenth avenue. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m; Georgo H. Hull superin tendent. Central Presbyterian, corner Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue. Rev. M&r 'oa Humphreys, iiastor. Sunday school it 9:30 a. m. Prearhing at 10:45 and 7:30. Morning. "Tlio V:'.:-?:s and t!;o Permanent in Cin liV.a-ii-V; evuai:!, "Holding the Picrrol C!.tisr." Aiktn Street Union chapel. South Rock I-laud. Junior Christian En deavor 2:30 p. m. Miss SteKa Boll tasn, superintendent. Sunday school st 3 p. m. J. II. Cleland superintend ent. Eroadway FresLyterian, corner ct Twenty-third street and Seventh ave nue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. Rev. "V". G. Oglevee, assistant. Snnday echool at 9:15 a. in. Young people's meeting at G.-I3 p. m. Services at 10: 45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning, "Tho Problem of National Prosperity"; ev ening, "The Making of Americans.' Evening sermon will be illustrated by 70 views. Topic of Young People's meeting. "The Blessing of a Thanks giving Heart." South Park Presbyterian, corner of Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue. In connection with Broadway Presby terian church. Bible school at 2:30 p. m. Young People's meeting at C:45. Ycung People's society will be lead by Mrs. Newton. Preaching at 7:30. United Presbyterian. Third avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L. Vance, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Young People's meeting at C:45. First Methodist, corner Fifth ave nue and Nineteenth street; Rev. R. B. Williams, pastor Sunday school at 9.45. Epwcrth league at C:30. Preach ing at 10:45 a. m. a.d 7:30 p. m. Morning, "Waiting for the Gifts That Never Come"; evening, "Old Time Re ligion." Mrs. Harriot Cropper-Johnston will sing in evening. Spencer Memorial Methodist church, corner Forty-third street and Seventh avenue; Rev. F. E. Shult, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior lenpue at 2:30. Epworth league at C:30. Morning, "Pure and Undefiled Religion"; evening, "The Cleansing of the Ten Lepers." German Methodist, corner Four teenth and Sixth avenue. Rev. William Schoenig, pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m and 7:45 p. m. Epworth league at 7:15. Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. John er F. A. RIDDELL, Agent, C, H. & Q. R. K. West 68a New 6170 Wint CROOKED STREAMS Subject of Address Tomorrow Afternoon at Y. M. O. A. by Eev. H. W. Seed. CONSIDER RACE PROBLEM Secretary Smedley Will Lead Discus sion on "The Negro in America" Other Features. The Y. M. C A. has an attractive program for tomorrow afternoon. At 2:15 the B. G. M. will meet, with an address by Dr H. W. Reed on "Crooked Streams." At 3:30 the men will discuss certain phases of the race problem , at their meeting. The prob lem of the negroes in America will be considered, tho discussion being opened by Secretary Smedley. This 's the first cf two studies on the race problem, the second one to be given next week by Rev. R. B. Williams, who will take up the question of immigra tion. Following the men's meeting, the young men's bible class will hold Its regular session with Mr. Fisher. This class has been enjoying a good growth of late. It is open to all men. All men are welcome to attend any or" all parts of the program, except the B. G. M., which is for boys only. This evening at 7 o'clock the boys who attended the B. G. M. last Sunday will have a "geographical social" in their rooms at the building. Service for Children. Tho evening service at the First Swedish Lutheran church tomorrow will be especially for children. The Sunday school pupils have a special part In the singing and the sermon f the pastor. Rev. S. G. Hagglund, will be addressed particularly to the young people. Harvey, pastor. Sunday school at 9: 45 Wyman A. M. E. Mtssion, Thirteenth street and Fifth avenue. P. R. Penn, pa?tor. Services at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. and S p. m. First Baptist, corner Third avenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W. Reed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Young People's society. 6:30 p. m. Morning service at 10.45. Evening at 7:3 Morning, "Daily Thanksgiving', evening, "Belittling the Divine Pur pose." -i Swedish Baptist, corner of Twenty Lrst street and Fifth avenue. Rev. D. Holmberg, pastor. Preaching services and 7:30 p. m. Edgewood Baptist, Corner Forty- fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. D. H. Leland, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. n and 7:30 p. m. McKinlev Bantist churcn, corner Tenth street and Sixth avenue. Ser vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun day school at 12:15. Young People's society at G:3D p. m. Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Twenty-eigrth street and Fifth avc- lue. Rev. J. F. Lockney, pastor. Ma3s at 8 and 10:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m. St. Paul's Belgian Roman Catholic, Twenty-fourth street and Elghth-and- a-half avenue, Father Leon Van StaD- nn pastor. Mas3 at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Vespers at 3. St. Mary's Geiman Catholic, corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street. Father Adolph Geyer, pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m. St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Dean J. J. Qulnn. pastor. Mass at 7:30, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:10 Salvation Army Barracks. 120 Seven '""nth street. Captain A. Schasse and Lieutenant Williams officers In charge. Services as follows: Sunday 3 p. m., junior meeting and bible class. 8:00 p. m. Salvation meeting, also on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. First Church of Christ, Scientist 825 Twenty-third street. Services Sun day at 10:45 a. m. Sunday Echool fol lowing morning service. Wednesday evening meeting at 7:45 p. m. Sub ject, "Soul and Body." Y. M. C. A. Corner Nineteenth street and Third avenue. B. G. M. meeting at 2:15. Men's meet ing at 3:30 p. m.; 4:30, bible study class followed by fellowship luncheon. West End Sunday school, 700 Sixth street. Sunday school at 2:30 p. in Prayer meeting Friday evening a 7-30. W. B. Barker, superintendent. Jesua Christ Latter Day Saints (Mormons). R. W. PInney, presiding elder. Math's hall. Sunday school at 1:30 o'clock. Preaching services -it 2:30 o'clock. The Church of Today. Services at Illinois theater 10:45 a. m. Dr. Hedley Hall, speaker. Address, "What Is Prayer Christ's Home Mission, 2202 Third avenue. Services at 7 p. m. Forced Into Exile. Wm. Upchurch of Glen Oak, Okla,, was an exile from home. Mountain air, he thought,' would cure a frightful lung-racking cough that had defied all remedies for two years. After six months he returned, death dogging his steps. "Then I began to use Dr. King'3 New Discovery," ha writes, "and after taking six; bottles I am as well a ever." It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and Colds, it dispels Hoarse ness and Sore Throat. Cures Grip, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 50c and $1.00 trial bottle free, guaranteed by druggists. Will Hold Meetings Here 1! C. C. Harper, an eminent lay worker, who will begin evangelistic meetings in South Park chapel Nov. 23, and later on In Broadway Presbyterian church. Mr. Harper has been a successful Y, M. C. A. secretary, and a few years ago was associated with Gypsy Smith in a series of evangelistic meetings. DEANS AND NATION DELEGATES CHOSEN Bishop Fawcett Makes Appointments at Closing Session of Diocesan Convention. Bishop Edward Fawcett, Just befori the close of the annual meeting of the Episcopal diocese of Quincy at Quincy, announced the appointment of deans as follows, leaving the Quincy deanery still open: Rock Island Rev. G. H. Sherwood. Galesburg J. M. Maxon. Peoria W. H. Moore. Members of the board of equaliza tion J. F. Somes, Knoxvllle; Russell Stokes, Kewanee; T. A. Brown, Quin cy. These members were elected to the board of missions: Clergy Rev. II. A. Percival, Peoria; Rev. A. G. Musson, Moline; Rev. V. H. Webb. Monmouth. Lay members W. F. Bailey. Galva; J. F. Somes, Knoxvllle; J. C. Paddock, Peoria. There was a spirited contest for delegates to the general convention. The election resulted: Clergy Dean G. H. Sherwood, Rock Island; Rev. Dr. H. A. Percival, Peo ria; Rev. Dr. C. W. Lefllngwell, Knox vllle; Rev. W. IL Moore, Peoria. Iay members T. B. Martin, Gales burg; H. Ar Williamson. Quincy; Thomas A. Brown, Quincy; R. T. Net tle. Peoria. Provisional deputies were elected as fellows, after many ballots: Canon Gustin, Quincy; Rev. Thomas Hine.s, Wyoming; Rev. A. G. Musson, Moline; Rev. R. B. Nevltt. Monmouth. TOWN TALK. THE RETORT COURTEOUS. "Oh, husband, wake up!" crlefl ths wife in affright, "I am sure there's a burglar down stairs." "Go down, then," said hubby; "you told me last night Not to meddle la household affairs." The Sphinx. Call Slevln's cabs nights at the Har per house. Daytime at Moeller's liv ery. Both phones. The Young People's league of tho Central church will hold a sale of fancy articles Saturday, Nov. 27, s t the Young & McCombs old store build ing. A light lunch will be served dur ing the sale. The Steindel trio of Chicago, will play at the Illinois theater, Tuesday, Nov. 23, under the auspices of the Hoi k Island i-sical c'ub. Th con cert will be complimentary to its club members upon presentation of mem bership tickets. General admission Jl.Ov No reserved f"5it MAKE A KILLING IN SILKS MrCabe & Co. Get in on Sale of the Woolf Stock at St. Louis. Warren H. Reck and Willis Mitch ell of L. S. McCab'e & Co., have re turned from St. Louis, where they at tended the sale of the stock of the Morris Woolf Silk company, which Is moving its wholesale business to Chicago. Mr. Reck announces that they made a "killing" in silks, and the patrons of the McCabe store will reap the benefits of it beginning Mon day morning, when the goods pur chased at St. Louis in some instances at less than half cost will be placed on sale at the local store. Ludwig Becker Violinist Rae Rosenstcin Reader Effie Johnson Accompanist First Congregational Church, TUESDAY November 30 50 Cents. ; IN OTHER'S HOUSES Present Generations Do Not Appreciate What Predeces sors Did Fro Them. SAYS DR. T. H. McMICHAEL President of Monmouth College In an Address Before the Broadway Men's Club. An Interesting address, full of his torical events, wit and anecdotes, was delivered by Dr. Thomas H. McMlch ael, president of Monmouth college, before 100 members and friends of tho Men's club of Broadway Presbyterian church last evening. The meeting was presided over by Allan D. Welch, president of the club, and the speaker was Introduced by Rev. J. L. Vance, pastor of ' the United Presbyterian church. "Living In Other Men's Houses" was the title of the address. Dr. McMichael said in part: "The men of today are living in other men's houses and are eating the things which were planted by other men. Adam Is the only man who stands out alone and -unique where other mn have benefited by the labors of others. Other men have labored and we have entered into the products of their labors. The only reason that we are enjoying this life, in such a vast do- gree, is because of the suffering and hardship suffered by those who have gone before us. It was because of the hard labor of our ancestors that we are allowed to enjoy the telephone or appendicitis; the street car or a microbe. There have been very few inventions that are now benefiting us but. have been accomplished by hard labor, suffering and sometimes starva tion. Ileirnrd Slight. "In most cases the reward to the inventor has been exceedingly slight. C. W. Mortlson, who discovered the anaesthetic which makes the once painful surgical operation painless, re ceived three gold medals for his labors and when, while he was still young, he was pn hi3 deathbed and noted phy sicians were gathered there, his wife told of the suffering which he had en dured and showed them the three medals as the reward which he had received. In back of every conveni ence which we enjoy is the vigil and thought of some one who has toiled for us, and we fall to give him duo honor. "If it had not been for the hardshlpa and agonies which the Man of Galllso endured, and the suffering of his fol lowers we would not now have th-3 great privileges which we enjoy In our churches. If the Pilgrims had not been willing to die for the privilege of worshipping God as they wished we could not be sitting here now and en- Joying the good things which they sac rificed themselves for. Freaent Problem Just aa Great. "We have our own responsibilities. We should not merely enjoy these privileges, but we should conserve them for posterity. The problems which confront us today are just as great as those which confronted our ancestors. The great question which we must meet at present is that i.f temperance. We must stand on one side or tho other. The Immigration question Is also a very important on. These immigrants come to this coun try by the thousands and settle in tho congested districts of the larger cities or at the mines. Can we make good Americans of them? Will they assim ilate our ideals or give us their low ideals? "We must serve our day and genera tion as cur ancestors served their's so that posterity may have reason to give us some of the same cheers that we have for thoso who have labored and gone before." William Parks, who was sent to tho convention of the Brotherhood of Illi nois at Jacksonville, Nov. 11.12, gave a report of the meeting. Manv school children suffer from cnnsMnatlon. which Is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tawets are an ideal medicine to give a child. for thev are mild and gentle In their effect, and will cure even chronic con stipation. Sold by all druggists. R v,i a l A Aw Talks to Broadway Men yy:m ,.;U , . .. . .- ' ...4 -.-V" y a.. J.--a auLi.ai.- . lii Dr .T. H. McMichael, President of Mon mouth College. C.B.I.&P. SHAKEN? Rumored that Yoakum and Winchell Are to Leave and Go Vith Hawley Lines. BOTH DENY ANY CHANGES Said That Former's Private Ventures Are Not Pleasing to the Owners. Chicago, 111., Nov. 20. Persistent rumors of an Impending ehake ap in the Rock Island-Frisco sy.v em and possible financial rearrange ments that will change the railroad map of the country have reached Chi cago from New York and St. Louis, the headquarters of the Frisco. These rumors furnished one of the main toi ics of discussion among the railroad officials in attendance at the meeting of the American Railway association here this week. , According to the reports, B. F. Yoa kum, chairman of the executive com mittee of both the Rock Island and Frisco, has resigned and will become allied with the Hawley system and tho Missouri, Kansas & Texas, which he recently acquired Jointly with the Hawley interests. Winchell With Him. B. Ll Winchell, president of the Rock Island and vlco chairman of the Frisco at Chicago, is to go with him, according to the story, although an other version has it that Mr. Winchell will succeed Mr. Yoakum at the head of the combined roads. Mr. Yoakum and Mr. Winchell, in New York last night, both denied the truth of the reports. A. J. Davidson, president of the Frisco, at St. Louis, recently resigned and announced that he had made other arrangements, and Carl R. Gray, vice president of the road, Mho wis elected to his place on the hoard, has been picked by the railroad gossips as his successor as president. Long standing and Increasing fric tion between Mr. Yoakum and the Moore and Reld Interests, which con trol the Rock Island and Frisco, is said to have prompted Mr. Yoakum's resignation. At the time of the recent acqulsi- INSTRUCTION IN CHINA PAINTING Miss M. 'M. Grantz STUDIO: 1727 Second Avenue, Moline. CHINA FOR SALE. Let Us Have a Real Thanksgivin There have been some hard knocks experienced In the past year, and now that the Sun of Prosperity Is shining on both sides of the Ftreet we know you have a great deal to be thankful for at this particular time. It would not bo right for you to have a cloud of discontent or worry hovering over the Thanksgiving sky when It 6hould be easily dispelled by "Our Plan" which we offer you. x Let us help you, as wo have helped many tri-city people, to be Inde pendent by advancing you money in sums of $10 and upwards to lo re turned in small monthly payments. An explanation of "Our rebate system" will convince you of our fair and square way of doing business. As we offer all advice as frer as the air you breathe we are sure you will not hesitate to write us a letter or a postal to call. Iet un prove our statement. Our special representative will be glad to call at your home to give tui y. Today Is the time. Tomorrow never comes, FIDELITY LOAN CO., Old phone West 514 Xe rphone 6011. Rock Island TO HAVE LODGE OF MOOSE HER Expected That Local Eranch Will Start With Member ship of 1,000. PLAN FOR INSTALLATION Large Delegation From Chicago, Pe oria and Other Cities Will .U. sist at CVrvmonirs. The formal Installation here cf the rw Loyal Order cf Moose, a secret fra ternal organization, is to take pla, e in the course of the next three weeks under auspicious circumstances, ac cording to National Organizer I. w. Cunningham, who is in the city. A special train from Chicago and Peoria -will bring a delegation of up wards of 100, including ex-Sc-uatcr Mason and Judge Price of Chicago; Judge Frank D. Fox of Peoria, who r is supreme director of athletics, and a brass band of 3G pieces. l.OOO Membra Here. A large number of Rock Islanders have been enrolled as charter mem bers of the order, and Mr. Cunning ham places .his expectations on a to tal membership of 1,000 for the lo cal lodge-. It is planned to provide a capacious Moose home with well equipped club rooms. tion of the "Katy" it was announc-d that Mr. Yoakum's Interest in it wui a personal venture, and it is fcaij thj Moores and Reld object to so mauy personal ventures. . . Still other stories are afloat taat the Rock Island-Frisco and the Hawlny I;1-! tercsts are to bo combined and a 300.000.000 holding corporation form ed, but this is scofTed at by those who bciieve it could not be dono without rousing a hornet's nest at . ashing-' r-.n There is little doubt, however, that' the Missouri, Kansas &. Texas ia to W merged with the other Hawley roads,! making a through line from the At lantic to the Missouri river and ex tending to the gulf of Mexico on tho south and tho wheat fields at Dakota on the north. Mr. Yoakum has been connecud with the Frisco for many years anl was vice president and later presldect before It was merged with the Rod: Island in 1903. He became chairman of the combined properties In 1905. Mr. Wmchell has been president of the Rock Island Blnce 1903, and has had much to do with its development and rehabilitation during the last few years. Madame Zora, Clairvoyant and Psychic She Invites the investiga tion of a most exacting pub lic to test her remarkable powers. Her honorable and fair dialings have von for her the good will of the press and ti e people. She gives sensible advice on all important matters of life pertaining to business, law suits, speculations, changes, marriages, and domestic af fairs; warns you of coming danger, trouble and sickness: guarantees satis faction or accepts no fee. She will givp a test delineation for 2o cents. Hours, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Ixcated at 1422 Third avenue; first house west of Bap tist church. FIRING CAREFULLY DONE 40.1? not Unlldins Fourth Floor