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THK ROCK ISLANI ARGUS, SATURDAY, JUXE 8, 1912.
hank building, open daily except Sun
iday from 2 to 5 p. m.
Bits of Scripture
And Cod fcpake all
I am the Lord thr Cod. which hare
brought thee out of the land of Egypt, I
out of the house of bondage. i
Thou khalt have no other gods be-1
Thou ithalt tot make unto thee any j
graven Image, or any likeness of any- j
thing that Is In heaven above, or that i
Ik In the earth beneath, or that is in
the water nnder the earth:
Thou khalf not bow noun thyself to
th"m. cor serve them: for I the Ixrd
fhv C.(t am u 1f.AlmiB Cr. visiting
the Iniquity of the fathers upon the!2:? p- m
children unto the third and fourth fen
eration of them that hat mr-
And thp.i,, r.r,. , ,v taH.
of them that love me, and keep
Th follow'ng musical rrrram will
be given at Memorial f'hri.-tian church
Prelude, Communion ir. E Major I Ba
tltej. "Abldn With M" Congregation.
Anthem, "O, atA, I Tome" (Baps
ford ) .
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i . i HiiHi jrir in i.'n i m en- :
dflHHohn).-Mi!.s Nc.i.e Beck. Johni
"rgan 'a l tracer and ( ranie Sor.g
(fiuiln.anti, U March Fur.ehre (Cho- 1
pim. ici Narristiis (Nevini. '
Solo. "Mi fir. Y . (). l.-.-Hel' (Dudley;
P.ih k alter Taylor. )
An'hem. "Ixrd. With Glowlr.g
H-iirt " (S'-hneckeri
f clio solos. "Evening ftar" (Wag
rri. "Th" S' Idler of the Cross" i Pic-
col'.tmi i MisB l;ebie Freistat. j
Anttiem, .I'Tiihriieni" cl'iirk'ri.
Sermon- Rev F. T. M( Farland.
Postlude. March M I .il ) .
frlnl'y Kpibcopal rhuicli. Nineteenth
treet and Sixth avenue. Rev. Grao
ll!e H. Sherwood, r( to. Services at
? a. in. in. 45 a. m, and 7:30 p. m.
feuiiday b( hool at a. in.
1. 1 IHERAN
7lou Swedibh Lutheran, Forty-fiftb
treet and Seven'h avenue. Rev
forsln-rg, pastor. Sunday acho
t .'.'. a. in. Services at 10:45 a. m. and !
7:J'i p. tn !
German Fv-inc Ilea!. ."lr.th street, !
between Kif'h and Sixth avenues Rev.
F J. Rolf, pastoi . Sunday school at
6: 10 a iu Serviced at 10:30 a. m. and I
7:3'! p. tn.
f ; rn - English
s ret-t I!, v. Ira O
1 " : t ' n. iii. iiiul 7
su'.j.-it. "Tim Vii
Lutheran, corn r
f. .. m. Morning'
u.. ,r th.. ni
T!i- Aim of tbe
riirN'mn." Luther league at 6:45
P m. Topic "Lutheran Colleges for
Lutheran Younn People."
First Swedish Lu'heiati, corner Four
teenth street and Four'h avenue. Rev.
S. G. HuKKlurul, pastor. Services at
l'i )'. a. in iiii'l 7 15 p. in.
German I.uttietari, corner Twentieth
treet and Fifth avenue. Ret. Ph. Wil
helm, pastor. Ser ices at in a. m.
M-uiorlal Christian, corner Third
avenue mnl Fif'eeuth street. Rev. E.
T. M lariiin.l paTnr. Sundiy school
at !' a. tn. Senior h.l Intermedi
ate Chiisiiiin Kiidt-HVor at fi.iiu p. in.
Servlies at 10 -15 a. m. and 7:45
Second Chi Istiatt. comer Sljtb street
sr.U T tint ct.t.'i aw imp. Sunday sihool
tt l.i;. u in.; Cwirce Hull, sup-.T-ii.ienilent.
Serviies at l'i;U a. m.
Third ChilsMan. Fourteenth avenue
nd Thlrt) -ninth street. Snndiy school
at 9 3'i n. m.: Dr .1 11. Nichol?. up, r
latendet.t Biiile sci.ool at :3ij a. m
Sirvues at 7 p m.
Cftitial Prf sbjterlan. corner of
Fourteenth street and Tenth a'nue.
!;. Marion HumphtevF, pastor.
The officers of this bank are always pleased
to lend their service to depositors and others in
the selection of sound and remunerative investments.
This bank places its
disposal of the public.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL
tACHANtt AND SAFETY DE.POS iT BUSINESS
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Chris-1
tlan Endeavor at 6.30 p. m. Service
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of i
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor; Rev.
VV. G. Oglevee, assistant. Bible school
at 9:15 a. m. Young People's assoeia-
tIOn at 6 P
m. Services a: 10:45 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m.
Sou'h Park Presbyterian, corner of
Thirtieth 6treet and. Fifteenth avenue,
lu connection with Broadway Presby
terian church. Rev. V. G. Oglevee,
pastor. Bible school 2:30 p m.; S. D.
t'leland, superintendent. Young Peo
ple's society at 6:45 p. m. Evening
si nice at 7.45 r. m.
Aiken Street chapel, Aiken street.
South Rock Island. Sunday school at
J. H. Cleland. superintend
ent emeritus. J. M. Bond. suDerin-
Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
, Vance, pastor.
B'.ble school at 9:30
a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. Young People's meeting
at 6:45 p. m.
( First Methodist, corner Fifth ave
j nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E.
j Nejvland, pastor. Sunday school at
1 9:30 a. m. Epworth league at 6:43
T. m pr.rv-trf.n of KI-JS o m an A
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty - third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. Charles Hawkins, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Wayman African M. E. (colored), cor
I ner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and Thir
! teen'a street. W. H. Saunders, pastor.
Services at 11 a. m., 12 m., at 7 p. m.
and & p. m,. Sunday school at 1:30
j German Methodist, correr Four
j teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
I Theophilus Kies pastor. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. in. Services at 10:45 a. in
and 7:30 p. m.
! Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and
1 Fifteenth street. Rev. H. C. Willing,
I pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. ra.
iServioefe at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
i First Baptist, corner Third avenue
I acd Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W. Reed,
: pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Children's day exercises at 10:45 a. m.
B. Y. P. V. at 6:30 p. m. Preaching
; services at 7:30 p. m.; subject, "How
W'p May Know Ourselves."
Edijewood Baptist, corner Forty
fourth street and Fifth aveiiue. Rev. J
M. Lloyd, D D.t pastor. Bible school
at ft;P.'i; Joseph Willmer. superintend
ent. Services at 10 : 45 a. m. and 7: 30 p.
in. B. Y. P. I". at 6:."0 p. m.
Swedish Hur.tist. corner Twenty-first
treet and Filth avenue. Sunday school
at PUo'l a. m. Services at 7:30 p. in.
y- v at 'u ni- alternate Sun
Raptis', Tenth 6treet and
c3lxr.ii avenue. Rev. A. Madison, pas
tor. Services at 11 a. m.. 3 p. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic '
i Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue
1 Rv. J. F. Iockney. rector. Masses at
8:15 and 10:30. Catechism a 2 p. m
lepers and benediction at 3 v. tn., ev
ery SundaT and holy day.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic, corner
i of Fourtn avenue and Twenty second
'street. Father Adolph Geyer, pastor.
Mass Jt & and P:30 a m. '
SI. Joseph's Roman Catholic, cor-'
: ner Second avenue and Fourteenth
street. Dean J. J. Quinn, rector; i
Rev. William P. Cleary, assistant.
! Mas s at 7. s. r and 10 a. m. j
St Paul's Belgium Catholic. Twenty-'
j fourth street and Elglith-and a half ave. .
j nue. Rev J. W. Siniers, pastor. Mass
at 9 a. m. 1
First Church of Christ. Scientist; C9
Twenty-third street. St r ices Sunday
t lf:45 a. m. Subject of morning
service, "God. the Only Cause and
Creator." Sunday school fol
low Ins morr.Iri er Ire at 7:4 "'. Read
ing rooms at ."12 People's National
at the g
TTI I V T
WEST EXP SETTLEMENT
West End Sunday school, 7001
Fifth street. Sunday school at 2 : 30 j v
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30. . B. Barker,
LATTER DAY SAIXTS-
Cuurch of Jesus CT.rist, Latter
Day Saints (Utah Mormons). I. O.
O. F. hull In London building. Sun
day 6chool at 2 p. m. Preaching
set 'lie at 3:15 p. m. John Frank,
The Lore Star club of the McKinley
napiisi cr.urcn win rave a ra;iy minor-
low at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. j
M. Toomey, pastor of the Third Baptist i
church of Davenport, will preach the J
W.0.W.T0 HONOR DEAD;
Tomorrow afternoon at Chippian
nock cemetery, memorial services will
be conducted by Rock Island camp.
No. So, Woodmen of the World, and
Walnut Grove, No. 27, Woodmen cir
cle, in memory of the lode members
who have been buried there. Lincoln
tamp, No. 91, of Moline, and Carnival
camp. No. 1, of Davenport, have been
invited to attend the services. The
monument cf Joseph Fuller will be
unveiled and the graves of the others
will be decorated with flowers. Ed
ward Collins, consular commander of
the Davenport camp, is to deliver the
memorial address. The lodge mem
bers have been notified to assemble
at Math's hall at 2 o'clock and special
cars will leave Seventeenth street and
Second avenue at 2:15. The local com
mittee. in charge of arrangements con-
I sists of C. T. Fuller, William Lar-
ranee and R. H. Kuehl.
CHILDREN'S DAY IN THE
Children's day will be observed with
special programs tomorrow in several
of the Rock Island churches.
!PEM'ER MEMORIAL 9;30 A. M.
Song by the school.
Scripture reading and prayer Rev.
C. E. Hawkins.
Roll call Cradle roll superintend
ent. Children's day praises Class of
boys, primary department.
Recitation Marie Smith.
Song, "Are You Happy?'' Primary
The Flower Girls Class exercise.
Recitation, "My Dolly" Isabell Hor
ton. Song, "Summer Time is Here" Class
'"lass exercise. "A Pretty Day."
Recitation Ruth Johnson.
R marks Rev. C. E. Hawkins.
Giiitig Exercise by class of boys.
Recitation Edward Tarsonage.
Violin solo Grace Saville.
Class exercise Mrs. Beatty's class.
f.FRM MKTHOniST 0:30 A. M.
firean prelude Miss Flora Kies.
Song By the school.
Praer and scripture reading.
Song By the choir.
Declamation Helen Schwatz.
Declamation Es'her Hubbe.
Declamation Rollie Optenberg.
I erlamatlon Marguerite Kocnig.
Sol') Bertha Emig.
DerUniati' n Theopliilus Kies. Jr.
Declamation Fred Anderegg. Jr.
Declamation Emma Anderegg.
Dialogue (nrtide Huizeiei. Eina
Sonc By the children.
Children's day strmon By the pas
tor. Solo Bertha Emig.
Dialogue By three children.
Declamation Glenn Hubbe.
Song -By the children.
r,:.. I I,.- . .
"loi'-'fut y mree gins ana one'
Reading Willie Hillmer.
Declamation Walter Stiiz.
Children's day off, ring.
Ar.noutK i ni"nts.
Song By the choir.
10-.M . M.
Sor.p. "Sing "a Joyful Chorus"
Recitation. "The Children's Day"
Rol ley Btal.
iu no.-es iwitn an j
exercise. "Chi'dn n's Day" i "The Bi
ble Reader." "The Bright Stars'' and
"The I.it'le Workers'' classes.
S-irg. "Bring Them In" Primary de
partment. Presentation of baries for baptism.
iWnv:r.g of babies' names for era
Welcome song Primary department.
Song. "Lullaby" Helen Davis.
Rec ;taion. "Voices of . Summer"
"The Dar.iels" class.
sorg, "dimmer Rain- Beginners'
Recitation. "The Daisy Folks" Dar
line Clow, Lois Beyer. Verna Bruhn.
Helen Bleuer, Helen Tremac. Adalaii'
Ta'lrr.an. Louise Ohgie. Celeste Ols. n
Ex. rcise. "Bu'tercups and Children-
I r,oreiue i rer.Kenscnuh , (with "Ten
jlttle Buttercups." Jannette Arnold,
j Katherdine Ohge. Florence Clexacn.
m.ii.s na.ru.. rvEH.-rine .iaas. I.e.
oca Seidel. Hope Anderson. Floienre
Ryan, Martha Stapp. Bemice Petter-
! son i .
Seng. "Praise His Name" School.
Exercise. "Ojr Sogers' j.xn
Moose. Orva! And rson Rich-.rrt .
Lr, Dcc.d Ing, A.fred B.euer, Carliwoaiaa aitd held la strict confidence.
iPliesener, Glen Phillipps. Laren Toms,
: Clyde Scherer, George Helpenstell.
"The Princess" Louise
I Recitation. "Ten Little Fairies"
"The Shining Stars'" class.
Song. "Glory to Thy Name" School.
Song, "Jesus, Lover Ever of Chil
dren" Primary department.
j Song, "In the Temple" Charles
! Song. "Suffer Little Children" "The
i Willing Workers" class.
! Recitation, "The Little Ones He
(Blessed" Ruth Weed.
Song. "Our Flag" "The King's
! Talk on Sunday School Missions
Rev. Marion Humphreys.
Recitation, "What Are You Doing
Today ? " IlUley Rexdale.
I Offertory Professor Rowlby.
Song, "The World Is Watching You"
nno aov a v r n k r v t r. n i x i o :3o
"All Hail: Our Festal Dav"
Invocation, closing with
Song, "Savior, We Praise Thee"
Recitation. "The Children's Day."
Pi imary exercise, a t Open the Gates,
Receiving New Pupils, (b) Exercise,
"The Sunbeams," c) Song, "Happy
Birds Are Singing- (d) Cradle Roll
Sonc Intermediate jrirls.
Healthy Mothers and Chil
dren Make Happy Homes
Motherhood is woman's highest sphere
in life. It is the fruition of her dearest
hopes and greatest desires ; yet thou
sands of noble women through soma de
rangement have Leen denied this blesinjr.
In many homes once childless there are
now children because of the fact that
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San Antonio, Texas. "To all women
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Brooklyn, N.Y.-"I was ailing all the
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I If yon want special advice irritfo
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For Every June Bride
Every June bride of the tri-cities (and including Rsk Island and Scott counties
will receive a sack of this best of all flour GOLDRIM if she will just drop us a
postal, giving her name, address and the name of the grocep with whom she expects
No publicity will be given you simply write your name, etc., on a postal and
mail it to us, and we will see that you get a sack of this flour absolutely free.
We want the housekeepers to KNOW the best
flour right from the beginning, that is why we make
this offer and why you should accept it . If every June
bride will send us her name, every June bride will
start housekeeping witb. the positive assurance that
she has the best flour for her needs. You do not obli
gate yourself in any way in accepting this offer and we
assure you that you will not regret the acceptance of
this 48 lb sack of GOLDRIM,
Song, "Children's Day With Jesus."
Exercise (Aerostus) Children's Day
Song;, "Little Soldiers of the King"
Song, "On the King's Highway"
Song Intermediate girls.
Song nltermediate girls.
Exercise, "The Lord of Hosts Is
With Us" Juniors.
Song, "Sing Aloud Your Anthems"
Boys andt school.
Andress Dr. Marquis.
Collection and announcements.
Song, "On the Way to Victory"
FIHST XETHOIIIST lOs.tO A. M.
Song by the school.
Primary department ejferoises Reci
tation, "June," Catherine Stapp; reci
tation, "Mj Wish and I," Richard Yolk;
"Sunshine Exercise," Miss Woods'
class; song, "Smiles," primary denart-
ment; "Little Rosebuds," beginners' I
class; boys' exercise. Miss Johnson's!
class; exercise, "One by One," begin- ;
ners' class; song, "One by One;" cradle j
roll exercises Miss Stafford's class.
Graduation exercises Announce
ment of diplomas for cradle roll, Mrs.
H. K. Walker, superintendent of cradle
roll; presentation of graduation clas
from primary department; recitation,
"Apostles' Creed," 23rd Psalm; presen
tation of diplomas. Miss Bessie Beeler,
superintends of primary department;
address of welcome from junior de
partment, William Willis; response,
Gladys Chaney; recitation, The Lord's
Trayer; song by the school.
Junior department exercises "God
Wants the Boys," Sherman Karns.
Merideth Ackley, Arthur Collins;
"Children's TJay," Margaret Iamont,
Athel Lindorff, Julia Marshall; song by
Senior department exercises
"Americanism," Edna Curry; "Educa
tion," Dean Ingalls; "Education, Lisht
and Progress," 28 adults.
BrTV CSWWrfr 10:4r, A. M.
FroeecwfAnl Miss Young.
Wereome song School.
Responsive reading School.
Recitation, "Children's Day," Ruth
Recitation, "How to Eat" Charles
Recitation Vera Bronson.
Anthem Chorus choir.
Exercise, "What Can They Do?"
Six li'tle girls.
Recitation, "Just as Good" Hugh
Song, selected Primary class.
Recitation, "The Hours of the Daj"
Recitation, "Early and I.ate" Vir
Recitation, "A Memory System"
Song, "Cheerful Songs Today Are
Exercise, ' What I Would Be" Mrs.
Song, "Giving" School.
Address, "Work of th American
Baptist Publication Societv" Pastor.
Offerirg for Sunday 6thool ni. scion
work - Everybody.
Exercise, "The Work of Our Soci
ety" Mrs. Woodin's and Mis3 Ed
Recitation. "Thougt's of Children's
Day" I-a Verne Wood.
Recitation, "Mary s Imb" Mary
and Frances Gavin.
Son?. "Service" School.
Recitation, "Perseverance" Ger
Recitation, Whituer's "Prayer"
Western Flour Mill
Recitation, "The House Beautiful"
Recitation, "The Words of Strength"
Presentation of certificates to mem
bers of the 'radio roll.
Song, "God Is on tlio Throne''
At both the afternoon and evening
services at South Park chapel the Chi!
nren's day exercises will be given over
We Can Sell You
a first mortgage while yon wait. However, if you pre
fer, we can make a local loan for you on special terms.
If you sign and return the "coupon" we will be ad
vised of your needs without obligating you in the least.
If You've Lost Your Punch
You'll find it again as soon as you strike the Rockies. The
mountain air vill fill you with fresh strength and new vitality.
Of course you are fagged! Why man alive, you wouldn't
treat a dray horse or a machine as cruelly as you've driven
yourself these past 12 months. And now with your last
shreds of energy oozing out under the stifling summer heat,
no wonder you feel only half a man. Take a rest, but go
where you can get it. Colorado is just a little way off. Pack
your grip, take your golf clubs and retire or repairs.
Any v;:y of f.oiii3 to Colorado ia a good way, because H
tets you to Colorado. But h new standard in travel coui-
fort Is found in the fast luniied trains of the
Rock Island Lines
Mail) to Deiner, ('.dorado Spi-ing- nI Pin-Mo
Drawing room s-!ee;-r.-g
ar.d tte j".--!y farcer! Reck
defcired and make the trip
If you war.t
K-a.n i.o-.v ii
a real vacation
y" and "Little
tie it tott.j.
NOTE THl RIM
to a celebration of the Sunday school
missionary work of the board of publi
cation. To Complete Alexis Stub.
The Alexis Argus says: "The snr
veynrs for the Hock Island Southern
were in town Saturday and surveyed
the line up Broadway to the proposed
terminal. Monnay the superintendent
of the road was in town and engaged
seeral men with their teams to assist
with the grading, and they expect to
start some time during the present
week building the line into the city."
;ir.. obit rvai ion car, chair ears and roaches
Isiar:-! ill-,. i. 4 car sriiie, lea.e nothing to Lo
to Colorado a part of yiur vacation.
booklets "I'nder the
i.i Color ar'ju" and
Piuminer, '. P. Asjent. 20 10th Street,
Boyd, Div. I'abs. Agent, Davenport, Iowa.