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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1914.
GIVE PROGRAM AT 8HERRARD.
I -.-The Lyric Male nextet of Auguntana
college, assisted by piano and voice
pupils, appeared in concert at the
Lutheran church In Sbrrard last
i evening. After the program- the I-a-
Aid nerved refreshments on the
The program follows:
" -J (a) March Onward Geibel
(b) Sailor's Dream Leslie
f. I-yric sextet.
., i (a) Elesy Gade
: Ethyl Johnson.
(a) Lullaby Hrahma
V-Jlb) Lonely Rose Hermes
k.2(c) Absent Metcalf
-. i Lyric sextet.
:. () Serenata Moszkowiki
r ' (b Menut in G Paderewiskl
' (c) Hexentanz Mac Doweli
; Nina Anderson.
; - (a) There, little girl, don't cry..
; -(b) Brier Roe Deboi
Piano trio Cavallerie March Op.
j '13 Wilhelm
'jEdna and Eunice Magnuson and F!or
k ence Samuelon.
;.'(a) Little Brown church Pitts
(b) Jesus Savior, pilot ro Gould
(c) Lead Kindly Light Dykes
7 Lyric sextet.
'(a Sextette Donizette
-,"i(b) Berceuse Godard
,. '1 Paul Engntrand.
-"" (a) O. dry those tears Del Riego
(b) Harmony Del Riego
.' (c) Rosary Xevin
i' , Nina Anderson.
(a) One sweetly poiemn thought.
vr "'j " -" - - . - . -.
MISS MAXWELL K RECITAL AT
1-; ROCK ISLAND CLUB,
j ' Mrs. Noah Webster Sleiner and Miss
?.fargaret Isabtile Maxwell will enter
!tam at the Rock Island club Tuesday.
l'SIy 2. at 3 o'clock, to meet Mrs.
John William Steenis. It is to be a
ren'al and dansante. Miss Maxwell, aa
Ipiared by Bessie Freistat and Master
iKHon Day, to give the numbers. Miss
Vlma J)eano will be the accompanist.
"Tpe recital program follows:
A.ve Maria Schubert
'Thou Art IJke a Flower C'badwick
A Cycle of Life Ronald
" Down in the Forest (Spring!
Love, I Have Won You i Summer)
,. The Winda Are falling (Autumn
. Down. Down. Drift Iown (Winter
Ce'lo Reverie Fauconler
f Sextet. Lucia di Ummrrmoor
Duet Sunset Goring Thomas
Miss Maxwell and Master Eldon Day.
Mrs. J. J. Stone of Davenport was
hostess last evening to a number of
friends of Mrs. Bruce Higley. former
ly Miss Pearl Craft or this city, a bride
of the past week. The affair was a
surprise to Mrs. Higley and was a
miscellaneous shower, the honoree re
ceiving many useul gifts for her new
home, which will be in Davenport.
Contests were .enjoyed during the ev
ening hours, the favors going to Mrs,
Higley and Miss May Wilhite of this
city. Refreshment were served by
the hostess. There were about 15
j young ladies present.
AFTERNOON TEA FOR GUESTS.
Mrs. J. A. Lund of Sylvan avenue.
Davenport, entertained a company or
24 friends at an afternoon tea of
Thursday in honor of her sister. Miss
Clara Olsson of Chicago, who leaves
l Sa'urdav for New York City to spend
the next year with her parents in
Europe, and for Mrs. G. Korsberg of
tion in Mexico"; Glenn Reld. "Progress
of tlie Universal Peace Movement.'
and S. W. Searle, "Elements of Ameri
can Greatness." The club is closing
its fourth season with this meeting;.
During the last year L. S. McCabe has
filled the office of president. Earl
Greenwood, vice president, and L. 11.
Ewing. secretary-treasurer. Much ex
cellent practice in oratory has been
gained by the members during this
time and many delightful social even
AUGUSTANA ALUMNI BANQUET.
The 1914 reunion and banquet of toe
Augustana Alumni association will
take place commencement day. May
28. afternoon and evening. The busi
ness session will be held at 4:30 in
Alumni hall, the reunion to take the
form of a garden party to be held at
the home of the retiring president, E.
W. Olson. 300 Eighth avenue. The
annual dinner will be served at 6:30.
A program will be given after the din
ner and will comprise a welcome to
the class of 1S14 and a response, fol
lowed by college reminiscences told
by visiting alumni. Those who expect
Gleason. Wis . who Is visiting relatives ,lo at(pnd thft banfjuet are reqilestecl
in this city. The guests were tri-city
fric-nds of the hostess. There were
congests and games as diversions of
the af'ernoon and prir.es were won by
Mrs. O. W. Gustavson and Miss Anna
Anderson of Moline. Light refresh
ments were served at 5 o'clock by the
hostess Miss Olsson formerly made
her home in Davenport and has many
friends in the tri-cttieg. She will sail
from New York next Tuesday on the
steamer Bergensjoid for Sweden.
RECEPTION TO OLD MEMBERS.
A large number of both old and new
members of the Spencer Memorial
Methodii-t church attended the recep
tion held in the church last evening,
the new members being hosts to the
old members . A program'bad been ar
ranged and was carried out as follows:
Devotional exercises Rev. H. S.
Duet Indies from the First. Meth
Recitation Miss Whit worth.
Selection O. E. Roberts.
Talks on "The Past" Two old mem
bers. Mrs. T. II. Swingle and Rev. E.
Response, "The Future" Rev. Mr.
Both Mrs. Swingle and Rev. Mr.
Thompson referred to the past history
cf the church. It was organized 12
years ago with a Sunday school mem
bership of nine. Now the congrega
tion numbers over 300. Refreshments,
dosed the pleasant evening. Next
Monday evening the .church will hold
an excursion on the W. , the boat
to leave Rock Island at 8:15. There
has been a program arranged and re
freshments will be served on the boat.
TOASTM ASTERS' CLUB TO BAN
QUET. The Toast masters' club of the Y..M.
C.A. will hold its third annual outing
- Miss B-'ssif Freistat.
JVet Passage Birds' Farewell
4 . Hildach
1- Miss Maxwell and A. C. Stanton.
.-TSvas April Ethelbert Nevia
n.Open Secret Wood ma i
Donizetti I at the Watch Tower next Thursday
evening, the ladies to have a share in
this meeting. The dinner hour is 7:30
and a "talkfest" will follow. L. S.
.McCabe. president of the club, will
act as toasttnaster and addresses will
tie given by J. R. Freeman. "The Situa-
to reserve places in advance and ac
count to E. E. Ryden. the secretary,
not later than the day before tne
INFORMAL BRIDGE PARTY.
' Mrs. James McBride of Edgewood
Park was hostess yesterday afternoon
to a company of twin-city ladies, the
affair taking the nature of an informal
bridge party. The favor for high score
fell to Mrs. Clarence Heaps of Moline,
second prize was awarded to Mrs. J.
Seids. and all-cut to Mrs. C. Delaporte,
both of Moline. Mrs. McBride used
carnations. Iris and bridal wreath to
brighten her rooms. . A luncheon was
served, after the games at the card
MRS. JOHN DAY IS HOSTESS.
Mrs. John Day. 443S Ninth avenue,
entertained a company of ladies yes
terday afternoon, the occasion being
her birthday anniversary. Fifteen la
dies were guests, spending a greater
part of the afternoon on the pleasant
veranda of the home. Here refresh
ments were served. The hostess used
carnations and spring flowers to deco
rate her home.
FOR MISS MURRIN.
Miss Martha Mitchell. ISIS Fulton
avenue. Davenport, was a Driuge nos
tess of yesterday afternoon entertain
ing a company of ladies as a prenup
tial courtesy to Miss Blanche Murrin
of this city. Miss Murrin received the
guest pri:;e and favors in the games
fell to Mrs. Charles Schmidt and Mrs.
J. Paxton of Davenport. Sweet peas
were used as the floraf feature carry
ing out the bride-elect's chosen wed
ding colors of lavender and pink. A
luncheon In which the colors were
daintly carried out, followed the
games. Miss Helena Ahrens of Dav
enport is the next hostess for Miss
Murrin entertaining next Wednesday
with a handsome sapphire ring as a
MRS. JENSEN FOR MRS. LARSON.
Mrs. Herbert Jensen entertained a
small company of. ladies yesterday af
ternoon to meet Mrs. L. Larson of Chi
cago, who Is visiting relatives here.
Guests were tri-city ladies who were
acquainted with Mrs. Iarson when she
lived here a number of years ago. The
ladies spent a delightful afternoon
chatting over old times. The hostess
served a nice luncheon during the
course of the afternoon.
i YOUNG LADIES' SOCIETY.
The Young Ladles' society of the
German Evangelical church met last
evening at the home of Miss Emma
Pomranke, on Eighth street There
were 14 members present and they
spent the evening sewing. A luncheon
was served by the hostess before the
society adjourned to meet next week
with Miss -Martha Schmid on Sixth
MEET WITH MISS GRISWOLD.
Members of the Upsilon Beta sor
ority enjoyed a pleasant evening last
night at the home of Miss Frances
Griswold. 600 Fortieth street. A new
member. Miss Mary McKinney. was
admitted to the society. The evening
was passed with music and chatting
the hostess serving light refreshments
at Its close. ' I
AUXILIARY HAS CARD PARTY. J
The Ladies' auxiliary to the Eagles
held a card party yesterday afternoon j
at the home of Mrs. I. Wynn. There
were five tables of 500 surrounded, the
prizes going to Mrs. Frank Larson,
Mrs. G. Graham and Mrs. Hansen. The
date of the next party will be announc
MRS. L. M. MAGILL IS HOSTESS.
Mrs. Lawrence M. Magill of Moline
entertained twin-city ladies yesterday
afternoon to meet her house guest.
Mrs. Edward Henry of Peoria. A pro
fusion of spring flowers were used
throughout the rooms sweet peas,
roses, and snapdragons in dainty bas
kets. Bridge was the diversion of t.ie
afternoon hours, the favor for high
score falling to Miss Harriet Larkin of
this city, a pair of fcand embroidered
towels. Mrs. Joseph Browning of Mo
line received second favor, a basket of.
flowers, and Mrs. George Fitzgtbban
of Moline third, a pair of silk hose. A
luncheon was served after the games,
U. P. MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Mrs. J. L. Vance entertained the
Missionary society of the United Pres
byterian church yesterday ana sne
was aealn in charge of the program
The third chapter of the study dook.
The New America" was taken up
the special study of yesterday being
the Italians and Slavs. An lnieresuDg
nroeram was given. Delegates were
appointed to the annual presbyterial
missionary society to be neia in ior
wood. III.. In June. The officers of the
local society will attend and in addi
tion, Mrs. B. F. Andrews and Miss
Ella Mulach w ill go as delegates. Mrs.
Andrews will be the next hostess to
HOLD ALL DAY MEETING.
The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Baptist church held an all day sewing
meeting yesterday in the parlors of
the church. A fine picnic luncheon
was served at noon at which the hus
bands of the members were special
SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. "
The Ladies' auxiliary to the Rock
Island County Humane society will
meet Monday afternoon with Mrs. A.
J. Rless, 2506 Eighth and a half aver
A reception and sale will be held
next Wednesday afternoon and even
ing at the residence of Rev. C. P.
O'Neill. The ladies of the Sacred
Heart guild will have charge of the
VZ5 LLI ZAiZTW TUVPSQA
I " HIN"TJP
THINGS WORTH KNOWING. , boiling add corn starch mixed with a
MISS WHISLER SURPRISED.
Miss Margaret W'.iisler was pleasant
ly surprised last evening at her home.
525 Twelfth avenue. The occasion was
her 20th birthday anniversary, and a
company of 20 gathered to help her cel
ebrate it. Music and dancing were en
joyed during the evening. Miss Irma
Loucks and Jo.in Bysinger favoring
with vocal solos. A three course lunch
eon was served iate In the evenins.the
table having bridal wreath and roses
as Its decoration. Before the guests
departed they presented Miss Whlsler
Memorial Christian, corner Third
avenue and urteentn street. ne,
M.- E. Chatley. pastor. Sunday
school at 8:30 a. m. Senior and In
termediate Christian Endeavor at 6:3U
p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Morning subject. "Darkness and
Light." Evening subject, "Behold the
Second Christian, corner -Sixth
street and Thirteenth avenue. W. B.
Stine, pastor. Bible school at 9:30 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. no.
Fift2enth Avenue Christian, corner
Fifteenth avenue and " Thirty-sixth
street. Rev. C. Lee Stauffer, pastor.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni.
Young People's Christian Endeavor at
6:45 p.m. . '
Fourteenth street and Tenth avenue.
Rev. David A. Johnson, pastor. Sunday
fcchool at 9:15 a. m. Christian En
deavor at 6:30 p. m. Services at 10:45
a. jn. and 7:30 p. in.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. V. S. Marquis pastor emeri
tus.' Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Young Teople's meeting at 6:30 p. m.
South Park Presbyterian, corner of
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth ave
nue. Rev. W". G. Oglevee, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Young Peo
ples society at 6:45 p. m. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
A weak solution of soda will revive
the colors in the carpet by sponging it.
Drive six brass-headed tacks in the
ironing board to take the place of a
flat" Iron stand.
Old magazines heated in the oven
make a good substitute for a hot water
bottle. They hold the heat nearly as
long and can be used under the back,
where a hot water bottle would not lie
If a shoe pinches in any particular
part a cloth wrung out in hot water
and laid over the place while the boot
is on the foot will expand the leather
and give relief.
. Philadelphia Ice Cream Four cups
cream, one cup sugar, one tablespoon
fill flavoring, one-quarter teaspoon salt.
Mix the Ingredients and freeze with
. French Ice Cream Two cups milk,
two' cups whipped cream, one cup su
gar, four egg yolks, one tablespoon
vanilla, one-cjuarter teaspoon Halt.
Make a custard of milk, sugar and egg
yolks. When cool, add cream, salt and
flavoring. Freeze. -
. Chocolate Ice Cream Two ounces
chocolate, one and one-quarter cups su
gar, two tablespoons hot water., one
half cup flour, one pint cream, two
cups milk, two eggs, one-quarter tea
spoon salt. Beat eggs, add one cup su
gar, flour and milk. Cook 20 minutes
In double boiler. Melt chocolate, add
' cugjar and water, cook until glossy,
adl to egg tnJxture. Cool; add cream
and salt, then freeze.
Frozen Custard One quart xnilk.
one cup sugar, two teaspoons corn
.starch, one-half teaspoon salt, one
j "&."' Put milk in double boiler; when
Miss Estes has moved ber
dressmaking parlors tolS29 1-3
Second avenu. Harper an
nex, opposite New Harper.
Psone Rock Island VtZ.
little cold water; add sugar, well beat
en egg and salt. Cool and freeze.
Coffee Mousse One pint whipping
cream, one-half cup powdered sugar,
one cup black coS'ee. one-quarter tea
spoon salt. Whip the cream, add su
gar and coffee, put in a mold (if you
have no mold one-pound baking pow
der tins will do. or anything with a
perfectly tight fitting cover). Tack in
ice and salt. Let stand five hours.
Maple Mousse P-Jt the beaten
I yolks of four eggs in a double boiler
with one cup maple syrup. Cook, stir
ring constantly. 15 minutes, take from
the fire and beat until cold. Stir in one
pint stiffly whipped cream, put in a
mold, pack in ice and salt for Ave
All Fruit Mousse Mix two cups of
any fruit pulp with powdered sugar to
sweeten. Add one pint stiffly whipped
cream and a little lemon juice. Put in
mold, pack and let stand In ice and
salt four hours.
- Silver Parfalt One cup sugar, one
cup water, flavoring, three egg
whites, one pint cream, whipped.
Boil ugar and water until it threads.
Pour on to the beaten whites of eggs,
add the whipped cream and flavoring,
pack in ice and salt, let stand four
Stuffed Tomato Salad Peel medium
sized tomatoes. Remove thin slices
from the top of each and take out the
seeds and some pulp. Sprinkle the In
side with salt, invert and let stand
one-half hour. Fill the tomatoes with
cucumbers cut In, small cubes and
mixed with mayonnaise dressing. Ar
range on lettuce leaves and garnish
the top of each with mayonnaise dress
ing forced through a pastry bag and
Orange Frappe One cup sugar, one
cup orange juiee, two cups water, pulp
of four oranges, four tablespoons lem
on juice. Boll 'sugar and water six
minutes, add other Ingredients and
freeze to a mush. Serve in frappe
glasses with orange syrup and sprinkle
with candied orange peel, finely chop
ped, or with whipped cream.
PATRONESSES FOR GOOD ROADS BALL
Secretary E. "W. Woodcock of the
Rock-Island County Highway Improve
ment association, tody gave out the
following list of those who have con
sented to act as patronesses for the
good roads ball to be held at t'.ie Mo
line Commercial club rooms next Fri
day evening. May 29:
Mesdames K. T. Anderson, J. B. Uas
sett, Carl Bernhardt, Robert Bennett.
Irving D. Burgh. Harry H. Cleaveland.
L. M. Casteel. Charles C. Carter. B. D.
; Connelly, J. c. Clarkson, Sherman Cox,
Foster Coyne. H. W. Crawford, W. A.
Crubaugh, H. E. Curtis, James Con
nor. F. C. Denkmann. Joseph DeSllva,
T. H. Dolly. Harry Dooley, A. B. Duv
Von. Cora Eastman. G. L. Eyster, V.
L. Gansert. E. H. Guyer. Daniel Hayes,
Sr.. Henry C. Hinrichs, J. W. Houder.
A. T. Huesing, E. W. Hurst, Samuel
Hof. Harry Knox. L. Kohn. Edward
Krell, C. J. Larkin, A. J. Llndstrom.
L. S. McCabe. A. H. McCandiees, W. S.
McCombs. James McNamara, Alice
MItche.I. E. R, Maloney. B. W. Mitch
ell, C. J. Montgomery, N. B. Montgom
ery, A. Mosenfelder, T. A. Murphy. Wil
liam McEnlry. J. F. Merron. P. L.
North, Iouis Ohlweller. Louis Ostrom,
Robert Pearce. John V. Potter, T. B.
Reidy. Jienry Ruben, F. W. Reimers,
Walter A. Rosenfie'd. F. V. Sauerman.
E. W. Schoede, Sherman W. Searle, C.
J. Searle. Charles E. Shaipe. F. A.
Smith, W. J. Sweenoy, E. H. Stafford,
George E. Sudlow. William Trefz. Hen
ry Tremann. Wallace Treichler. H. G.
Trent. William Vo'.k. J. L. Vernon,
C. U iWalker. Harry Welch. I. S.
White, Ezra Wilcher, Mattle Williams,
Sam. R. Wright, Dr. Emily Wright, and
Misses Whitman and Huber.
Mesdames A. E. Arp, H. A. Ains
worth. T. O. Allen, O. F. Anderson. A.
G. Abraham. William J. Ball. William
Butterworth, J. U. Barnard. C. A.
Raalster, A. C. Barber, J. H. Browning.
G. Burr, J. E. Bodeen. L. C. Blandiug,
Aiken street chapel, Aiken street.
South Rock Island. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. J. H. Cleland. superin
tendent emeritus. A. W. Coulter, su
perintendent. Christian Endeavor at
6:45. Evening services at 7:30.
United Presbyterian, Third avenue
and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30
a. m. Young People's Christian union
at 6:30 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
Z'on Swedish Lutheran. Forty-fifth
street and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J.
Forsberg, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. iu. Services at 10:45 . m. and
7:45 p. m.
First Swedish Lutheran, cornel
Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue
Rev. Karl Nilsson. pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Grace English Lutneran, corner
Seventh avenue and Forty-fourth
street. Rev. Ira O. Nothstein, pastor.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
German Immanuel's Lutheran, cor
ner Tw-entieth street and Fifth avenue.
Rev. Ph. Wilhelm, pastor. Services .i
10 a. m.
German Evangelical, corner Twelfth
street and Twelfth avenue. Rev F.
J. Rolf, pastor. Services at 10:45 am,
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
a, m. and 2:30 p. m English services
in the evening.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am deep
ly in love with a young man four years
my senior. Two years ago he came
to see n? once a week for some time
and then I treated him quite cool. I
often see him now. He doesn t stop
to talk with me, but he recognizes me
Just the same. He has a business or
his own and when I used to call him
up" by phone be always seemed to be
busy and still he claimed at that time
he loved me. I would like to have him
call on me now, for I now realize I
love him. O. L. K.
Next time you see him. ask him w hy-
he doesn't visit at your home any
more. 1 ou can aaa inai ne wm
find a welcome if he cares to come.
Then it is up to him to call or not, as
he wishes. .Possibly by this time he
has found somebody else who isn t
cool to him. I doubt if you really love
him, my dear. You only think so be
cause he has neglected you and now
your vanity wants to get him back.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am
tanned. What will whiten the skin
besides lemon juice and buttermilk?
(2) Are white shoes to be worn
this summer? BROWN EYES.
Peroxide will bleach the skin af
first, but in time the skin will grow
sallow and look dead and hard. Wash
the face with buttermilk every night
and let the buttermilk stay on all
night; next morning wash off with
hot water and soap, dash with cold
water, massage a tiny bit of cold cream
into the skin and dust with a good
rice powJr. It will make a great im
(2) Yes. "
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
14 years old.
(1) What color would be suitable
for an evening dress?
(2) What will whiten the teeth?
(2) I am small for my age; what
will make me tall?
(4) Is it wrong to go to shows with
(5) Is it proper for a girl to expect
pictures from boy friends?
F. H. M.
(1) Any of the light colors are suit
able for evening wear. Select the one
most becoming to you.
(2) Brush them with powdered
charcoal once or twice a week.
(3; Eat well, get plenty of sleep
be outdoors as much as you can and
don't worry about anything.
(4) Going to a respectable after
noon show with a nice boy does no
harm, presided your mother knows all
about it and is willing that you shouM
go. - ,
(5) I .don't know why you should
expect your boy friends to give y.m
their pictures. If a boy offers yoti
his picture, take it, or if he is a very
good friend you can ask him for a
picture, but don't insist.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will ypu
please publish a four-course menu,
suitable for an alumni banfjuet? There
will be about 30 guests. Would line
something real nice.
Would suggest the following:
Wafers , Olives ,
Roast Fillet of Beef , -Mushroom
Asparagus on Toast New Potatoes
Tomato, Green Pepper and Cottage
Mayonnaise ' -Salted
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have an
Italian irarble. statue. Can youtell
me how to clean it without it turning
yellow looking? MRS. L. B.
I think if you will make a suds of .
a good white soap and scrnb the statue
with a soft brush it will come out
clean and white. A little ammonia
can be put in the rinsing -water.
a. iu.. 10:45 a. m. and
Sunday school at 9:30
and Fifteenth street.
H. S. Bennett. I,. R. Blackman. F. D.
Blake. B. M. BeM. G. W. Crampton, J.
D. Cady, W. L. Clark. F. H. Cooper, G.
Chase, J. Deere Chapman, G. Dunn,
Cyrus Dietz. J. Dain. R. A. Douglass,
H. A. DeWolf. George Fitzgibbon. A. T.
Foster, N. H. Greene, Harry C. Good,
Fred Graflund. H. J. Gripp, John
Cray, J. S. Gilmore. C. E. Heaps,
Harold Hemenway. Frank A. Herbst,
Chares M. Hill. Sol. Hirsch, Henry
Hoffman, George E. Houston, G. Hull,
G. H. Huntoon, Miss Mary Hill, R. S.
Hosford, G. Huntoon, Jr.. Jack Irving,
Reynold Johnson, Emil Johnson, H. A.
Jansen, C. C. Jamieson, C. I. Josephson,
H. Jordan. C. S. Kerns. Ben. J. Kougb.
D. King. Charles S. Kerns. G. W. Loos
ley. F. Leavens, R, W. Iea, T. E. Lun-
dell. C. O- Lovejoy, P. H. Ixrenz. R. B.
I -curie. G. McMaster, G. Mixter. O. E.
Mansur. L. M. Afagill. John McEnlry,
W. A. Meese. P. s. McGinn, C. O.
Nason. George Norton. Emil E. Ny
qulst, U E. Nutt, Maud Newton, J. L,
Oakleaf. Mary Ogden. J. B. Oaklefer.
B. F. Peek, G. N. Peek. Arthur L. Pet
erson, N. A. Peterson. George W. Ross,
G. A. Shallberg. Max Sklovsky. H.
Sohrbeck, G. Sohrbeck, H. A. Sover
hill, A. Stephens. C. F. Skinner. C R.
Stephens. T. M. Sechler, E. II. Sleight,
Chester Sloan. Wil'.iam J. Stoeking. O.
Seiffert, W. E. Tolles. C. S. Trevor,
Dr. W. E. Taylor. Floyd R. Todd.
Charles Tambur. W. H. Van Dervoort.
W. U Velle. E. W. Woodcock. H. W.
Whitsitt, Alice E. Walker. John Weck
el, Edward Wilson. R. S. Woodburn,
George W. Wood. K. I. Wi lls. Rufus
Walker, Jr., Fred R. Young, Miss Mc
Sliane. East Moline.
Mesdames F. J. Clendenin, A. B.
Gast. J. A. Campbell. S. F. Cosner, H.
E. Anselme, It. C. Dick. E. W. Dick, J.
E. ElMngsworth. T. U Howe, A. B.
Johnson, H. J. Love. J. H. Long. S. F. I
Outten. L. E. Patton. F. K. Railsback, 5PISCOPAI "
a. some. T. J. schaeffer, W. I. Taz,
W. M. Verhines, T. A. Washburn, and
Miss Lillian Owens."
corner Third avenue,
Rev. H. W.
Reed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Serv
ices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Edgewood Baptist, corner Forty-
tourtn street and Fiitb avenue
Rev. J. C. H. Read, acting pastor.
Sunday school at 9:15 a- m. Young
People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Serv
ices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty
first street and Fifth avenue. Sunday
school at 10 a. ru. Preaching at 11 a.
m. by Rev. J. A. Carlson. Young Peo
ple's meeting at 5 p. m. alternate Sun
McKlnley Baptist (colored). Tenth
street and Sixth avenue. Rev. J. W.
Whitfield, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. in. Services at 11 a, m. and
7:45 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at tj:30 p. m
First Methodist, corner Fifth avenue
and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E.
New-land, pastor. Sunday school m
9:30 a, m. Epworth league at 6:30 p.
m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
Spender Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. 'Y. H. Tope, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Epworth league
at tJ.30 p. m. Serv'ces at 10:45 a. m
and 7:30 p. in.
1 German Methodist, corner Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Henry J. Kettelkamp, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Epworth league al
6:30 p. m. Services at 10:30 a. m. and
and 7:30, p. m.
Free Methodist. Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. C. S.1 Huston,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Love feast at 6:45 p. m.
Milan Methodist church. Rev. Alfred
Dixon, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. Epworth league at 6:45 p. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Waynan African M. E. (colored),
corner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and
Thirteenth streeL W. H-. Saunders,
Trinity Episcopal church,
teenth street and Sixth avenus.
Granville H. Sherwood, rector.
Tirst Church of Chris't, Scientist.
835 Twenty-third street. Sunday serv
ice at 10:45 a. m. Subject of lesson,
"Soul and Body." Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting at
7:45 o'clock. The church maintains a
free reading room in the People's
National bank building, vwhich is open
every week day from 11:30 a. m. to
5 p. m. and every Saturday evening
from 7 to 9 o'clock. All authorized
literature on Christian Science may be
read or purchased.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, I
Tw enty-eighth street and Fifth ave-
nue. Father Clement P. O'Neill,, rec
tor. Masses at s:du and 10:30 a, m.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Evening
prayer (when said) and benediction at
7:30. Week day masses at 7:30 a. m.
St. Mary's Roman 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, i
Dian J. J. Quinn, rector; Rev. Wil
liam Graham, assistant. Masses at
7, 8, 9, and 10 a. m. Sunday school
at 9:30 o'clock.
St. Paul's Belgian Catholic, Twenty-
fourth street and Eighth-and-a-half
avenue. Father P. Holvoet. rector.
Mass at 8 a. m.
WEST END SETTLEMENT
Christian Catholic Apostolic Church
in Zion. Meetings every Sun
day in Odd Fellows temple. Fourth av
enue between Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth streets. Rev. V. B. Schumaker,
evangelist in charge. Principal serv
ice at 3 p. m. Bible school at 1:30
Meeting are held in Moline at S p.
m. at Industrial hall. Fifth avenue and
Fourteenth street. Subject of address,
Services in Davenport at Pythian
castle. Second and Brady streets.' Ser
vices at 10:30 a. m.
West End Sunday school, 429 Seventh
avenue. Sunday school at 2:30 p! m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7:30. W. B. Barker, superintendent.
Hampton. Rev. D. A. Rowland ci
Dixon will be the speaker
International Bible Students Asso
ciation Math's hall, 1716'i Second
avenue. Services at 10: CO a. m. '
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Church ot Jesus Christ, Latter Day
Saints (Utah Mormons.) At Odd Fel
lows' hall. Sunday school t ? n m
Preaching services at 2:00 p. m. J.
C. Sholtes, presiding elder.
First Christian sp?nts Church Ser.
vices every Sunday night ot 7:45. at
Odd Fellows' hall, Fifth and Brady
streets. Davenport, Mia. Julia Alfred,
minister. Messages receivc-d every
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
Odd Fellows' hall.
Gospel meetings will be held at th
home of Miss Anna Olson, 603 First
street, Sunday morning at 10:30
o'clock and at 2:30 in the afternoon.
William H. Oldham ot Clinton. Iowa,
will be in charge of the services.
Meetings will be held the second Sub.
day or every month hereafter conduct
ed by Mr. Oldham.
Cfcurch of the Brethre,i-3arvicea
at the Grinnell school house. First
street. East Moline. at 10:3a a. ni. and
7 p. m. At 2:30 p. m. services will b
held In the Congregational church at
at Panama eiu.
San Francisco, Cal., May 2". Mist
Panama Pankaiine Imogen Equalrights
is the lady's name. Her 'lO-foot stature
is probably responsible for the lens'n
of her name; it Is the reason, at any
rate, for her boast cf beir.? the "big"
gest suffraget in the world."
The Suffraget. as she is called for
short, stands at the entrance of Irea-
erlck Thompson's hush Tojiand
Grown-up concessiou at the Faiiaia"
PacifTi exposition. She was in the
midst of preparation for her first pub
lic adpearauce when the p'.iotocrapa
was taken. ' when thousands of Sail
Francisco's achool children gathered
on tne exposition grounds to ma"1"
merry. W ith considerably greater vaa.
lty than is credited to most militants,
she required the better part of a week
to get properly arrayed for her debut.-
The lady Is clad in a long red cut
away coat and white skirt, with au
up-to-date slit, and a bonuet sevet
feet in diameter. She also carries
huge drum, which Rhe holds about
4$ feet from the ground, and a flag
pole with a banner bearing the slos
"Votes for Women."