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THE ROCK-ISEAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1912.
Today Is Ash "Wednesday, the begin
ning: of the Lenten season, a time of
forty days' special devotion which con
tinues till Easter Sunday, April 7.
This Is the season that the church
holds ' sacred as a period for fasting
and praying- before the agony of Cal
rary and the triumph of Easter day.
This season is observed with special
services In many of the churches, the
Catholic, Episcopal and Lutheran de
nominations setting aside special
hours for devotion.
At Bt. Joseph's Catholic church
there will be mass and devotions every
morning at 8 o'clock and vespers Fri
day evening at 7:30. During Lent
services will be held at the church ev
ery Sunday evening at 7:80 and a lec
ture -win be given by some prfest from
cut of the city. At SC Mary's Catho
llo church mass and benediction will
be said at 8 o'clock every morning and
Friday evenings at 7:80 there will be
observed the stations of the cross and
t Sacred Heart Catholic church the
hours of services are:
Sunday evening Feb. 25. Sermon by
Sunday evening March 3. Sermon
by 'Faasionlst father.
Sunday evening March 10.
by Servite father.
Sunday evening March 17.
by Paulist father.
Sunday evening March 24.
by Jesuit father.
Sunday evening March 3L
by Redemptionist father.
During holy week a Passionist fath
er will assist the pastor in the ser
vices and also on Easter Sunday.
Every Wednesday evening at 7:80
a sermon on the passion of Christ.
Every Friday evening at 7:30 the
"Way of the Cross" will be performed.
At Grace Lutheran church lenten
services will be held every Friday
night at 7:80, at the First Swedish Lu
theran church every "Wednesday night
at 7:30, and at Zion Lutheran Wednes
day evening at 7:45.
The program of services at Trinity
Episcopal church is:
Monday Confirmation classes at
4:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Evening prayer and ad
dress at 4:30.
Wednesday Morning prayer and lit
any 9:30. Evening prayer and sermon
Thursday Holy communion at 9:30
a. m. Evening prayer and address at
Friday Morning prayer and litany
-All services will be held in the
chapel with the exception of the Wed
nesday evening services which will be
hell In-the- church.
., Mason Turns Over $232.
Chicago, Feb. 21. William A. Mason,
bankrupt private banker, yesterday
turned over $2,232 to the receiver. This
money represents deposits of the Wil
son avenue bank whichMason icon
Just before he disappeared. His attor
ney has stipulated that persons nave
riafma aff&lnst about - $800 of this
amount. Mason holds their notes
They made part payment on the notes.
which Mason in turn put up for collat
eral for a loan from the State bank of
Chicago. This is an effort to satisfy
the sivers of tbenotes and ward off
possible criminal prosecution. Masbn
appeared In the afternoon before Ref
eree in Bankruptcy Frank I Wean.
He was sworn as a. witness. After the
customary preliminary questions had
been answered, his "lawyer. Robert D.
Elder, asked for a postponement. The
hearing was set lor Ylday morning.
The creditors were represented by At
torney John C. FarwelL . The appear
ance of the banker did not indicate any
serious illness, although there was an
unnatural glare in his eyes.
' Priest Rebukes Saloons.
Ottawa, Feb. 2L The saloons of this
city were -visited by a committee de
signed to investigate the violations of
the ordinances bythese.placea. Sun
day Rev. Dean Qulnn, pastor, of the
St Columba Catholic church, arraign-
isr , , , , , ss&iffk.
Manufacturers'1 State Bank
EAST MOLINE, ILL.
Capital and Surplus : : :
Geo. W. ROSS
RUFTJS WALKER, JR.
WM. L. MUELLER
E. H. GUYER
H. W. WHITTSITT
x CHARLES E. WHITE .
C5EO. W. CRAMPTON
W. I. TAZE
R. B. LOURIE v
NELSON H. GREENE
HENRY W. HORST
A. H. WENDT
DR. F. H. GARDNER
GEO. W. ROSS, President
W. I. TAZE, Cashier
HUFUS WALKER, JR., Vice Pres.
United Breweries Co.
Northwestern Beer Co.
Will soon be in our new quarters. Fireproof throughout and equipped with the best safeguards known to modern Institutions.
Commercial Banking Savings Dept. Safety Deposit Dept.
Our facilities will be increased threefold, i
4 Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits
When it comes to the question cf a bank connection, everyone who has ever given the subjeet serious thought is aware of the advan
tages derived. We welcome personal calls and assure you that information will be gladly given. .
Manufacturers' State Bank Let Us Help You Save. East Moline. 111.
ed the saloons here for their lawless
tendencies, and especially for their
keeping open on Sunday, and openly
criticised those Catholics here who en
gage in the saloon business. He ad
vises them to abandon it, and urged
them to engage in any humble work
rather than be instrumental in demoral
izing their fellow men.
Amuses Baby; Burns to Death.
Kewanee, Feb. 21. Starting a
bonfire of papers on a bedroom floor
to amuse his little brother, Frank
Lemonaskia, aged 4, was burned to
death when his clothes took fire.
Woman is Killed by Train.
Pontiac. Feb. 21. Mrs. Susan
Stiner, wife of a farmer, living near
"Streator, was instantly killed before
the eyes of her husband, when the
liorse which she was driving ran
away, the carriage being struck by a
Santa Fe train.
R. N. Radford Dies at Home.
Eureka, Feb. 21. R. N. Radford,
one of the earliest settlers of Wood
ford county, died at his home here,
aged 78 yearB. He was one of the
pioneer newspaper men of Central
Illinois, editing the Eureka Journal
for 20 years. He retired from news
paper work in ,1492.
Deneen Names Peace Body.
Springfield, Feb. 21. Governor
Deneen has announced the appoint
ment of a committee to represent Il
linois and to cooperate with the na
tional commission for the celebra
tion of the 100th anniversary of
peace among English-speaking na
tions.. The following were appoint
ed: Miss Jane Addatns, James B.
Forgan, Harry P. . Judson,
Kceley, George M. Reynolds.
Has 2 Heads and 2 Spines.
Dixon, Feb. 21. William T. Ruck-
or has, on his farm west of Polo, a
curiosity in the shape of a calf with
two heads. It is a male calf, large,
strong and perfectly tormed In every
other respect. The heads , branch
from the shoulders and are of the
same size. The four eyes are just
plike and the mouths identical. The
calf has two back bones running the
full length of its body. 1
! Frank Bay to J. A. Hennegan, part
lot3 11 and 12. block 2, village of Car
i bun CUT, $17;",.
I J. W? Simonson to Christian Wilder-
Branch: East Moline
Will give prompt attention to all orders received
Rene Van Spybroeck
East Moline, 111.
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps and Gloves
Agent for Sintfer Sewintf Machine Company.
The Best For the Least Money Always
Modern East Moline houses for sale on month
See me any day; Sunday included.
C. W. Hink .
336 First Avenue
muth, lot 9, block 2, Donahoo & Cos
ner's First addition, East Moline, $250.
Mary J. Franlng to Anna E. Fran
ing. lots, 4 and 5. block 12, William
Young's sub-division, lots 5 and 6,
I block 12. village of Milan, $1.
Louis and John Weckel to Aug.
Karstens, lots 4 and 27, Weckel's camp
ing ground. South Moline, $400.
Arthur. C. Larrison to Esther Hem
mlngberg, lot 4. block F, Edgewood
Park addition, Rock Island. $1.
John H. Asmus to William J. Lage,
lot 11, Bausch's First addition, Moline,
Henry A. Jame3 to Walter J. and
William F. Peterson, tract in south
half, southeast quarter, southwest quar
ter, section 4, 17, lw, $1,825.
Louis A. Schmoll, et al., to William
and Jacob Ramser, part lot C, block 2.
Siencer & Case's addition, Rock Is
East Moline Confectionery
910 First Avenue.
HOME MADE CANDIES
Choicest Fruits, Nuts and Other Confections.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Hot in the winter, cold in the
Try our hot chocolates, cocoa, bouillon and beef tea
Ice cream in all flavors and forms.
We serve special parties.
840 First Avenue- East Moline.
Meals at regular hours.
Finest coffee in the city.
Short orders served at all hours.
Choice cigars and tobaccos
Up to date fixtures and service. Tables re.
served for ladies.
GENERAL CUMENT AND CEMENT BLOCKS
Cement Walks a Specialty
ESTIMATES FURNISHED, PRICES RIGHT AND
Thone 17-R. Residence 501 Third Avenue.
EAST MOLINE, ILL.