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THURSDAY THE ROCK ISLAND Afcx,
SEPTEMBER 25, 1919. IX LUTHER LEAGUE VISITORS COME IN BIG NUMBERS Toantr People From A mm" tana IUi nois Conference Gathering for Session Tonight. The number of reservations made by delegates and visitors and the large number who have arrived to day indicate that the twelfth an nual convention of the Augustana Luther league of the Illinois con ference, opening session which will I at the sessions at the Augustana Harry Olson of Chicago will speak Saturday evening; Rev. Peter Pet erson, president of the Illinois conference of Augustana churches, is to appear in Zion church Sunday evening, and the closing rally in the auditorium Sunday evening will be addresses by State's Attorney Oscar E. C'arlstrom of Aledo. President Given Sermon. Opening session this evening will be addressed by Rev. Joshua Oden of Chicago, president of the league, who will speak on "The Presence of God." Music will be furnished by the church choir and Mrs. S. J. Nyquist. Chorus and individual singing will be one of the features of the convention. Besides the large con vention chorus, directed by Miss Amy Granlund. with Miss Esther Kryxell at the piano and E. T. An derson at the organ, which will sing be held this evening in Zion Luth eran church. Rock Island, will be the largest meeting in the history of the league. From every part of the confer ence, which includes Illinois, In diana, lower Michigan and sections of Wisconsin, have come requests for lodging for the four-day con vention, Sept. 25-2S, the meeting closing with a rally at Augustana auditorium Sunday evening. Mem bers and friends of the Lutheran hurches in the twin-cities have been asked to open their homes to the visitors, and many have re sponded. All who have applied for rooms so far have been accommo dated. More than 200 visitors are ex pected to come from Chicago on Sunday to attend the day's sessions here, and a large delegation is also scheduled to arrive from Kockford. With favorable weather conditions, a great number will motor here Sunday from neighboring cities anl country districts. Complete convention program in cludes many speakers, prominent churchmen of today and well known here. Dr. S. P. Long of Chicago will speak at Augustana auditor ium Friday evening; Chief Justice auditorium, the program contains vocal numbers by Miss Esther Pearson, soprano, of Chicago; Miss Esther J. Malmrose of Rock Island and Charles E. Peterson, baritone, of Rockford. Other soloists and the pastors' chorus from Chicago will also take part. Day's Program. Program this evening will be a3 follows; THURSDAY. Zion Lutheran church.. 7:45. Song service, led by Rev. Walter Pearson. 8:00 Convention opening serv ice school. Presiding, J. A. Benander. Leader of song. Bible school or ganization, Joshua Oden. 10:00 a. m. Grace church. Bible study. Presiding, Prof. S. J. Sebe lius. Leader of song. Study of He brews, Orlando Ingvoldstad, dean Chicago Lutheran Bible school. 11:00 a. m. Zion church. In spirational hour. Leader of song. Walter Pearson. Address, "More Than a Mile," Dr. S. P. Long. -Zion church. GALVA Mon- direHor of an orchestra with a rosri Phow. Mr. Whippi pamed throairh hrre the last of the week on his way to Bur hnffton. The show will work west from Burlington. Howard Kily who id employed by the Row Manufacturing company of (ia burp a bookkerprr. spent Sunday at home with relatives. A R ITaIt manacnr rtf the k lt-m - I Turner mmnan in Hu;n 'Jnn.lav Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Wigrpn upent Son- I altrmoon raliinp on friend, day afternoon and ernmr in Kewanee a: J Npit Johnson. Ivan Peterson. Mrrrl Tn trw honu nf Mr and Mn. Jark Orr. I son and Howard Johnpoi returned to Attorney Clarlt Aby spent a Jew days I their rwhool duties at the rtate university t in Galesburr. aaoncay. Earle Mondy went to Kewanee a ay. Mr. Elmer Roberts and danrhtrr of Camhnde. 111., were Oalva caller Monday morn mar. Later in the day they left for Kewanee. Mr. and Mr. Fraivns A. Derby left Sunday for a visit with friends and rela tives at Dixon. II 1-00 D. m. Zion Churca. t51Die r. sprous ana sir. son 01 vvooa . . .ji.-j nun were in ti-aiva mo mi ay study Hebrews, mg-voiasiaa. John !jn(lauist wad m RfWln the i two wwk vi.t with Mr 2:00 p. m. Grace church. (Luth- first of the w- er League programs) . rresiamg, E. T. Eckberg. "An Ideal Luther League Program," Dr. M. J. Laure. 3:00 p. m. Zion church. Pre siding. Dr. Fhilip Andreen. Mis sionary studie3 in Luther league and bible school. Dr. G. A. Bran del le. 4:00 p. m. Grace church. (Lav men's Hour). Presiding. Church Efficiency How the League niry help in Finances, K. T. Anderson. Publicity (be a Booster), E. T. Eck berg. Personal work, (win souls, Attorney Oscar Olson. 4:00 p. m Pastor's Hour (Zion church). Presiding, Rev. Gottfred Nelson. Address, "The Combina tion Service," Dr. S. P. Long. been returned to tin-m for nnnther year, the member of the rnngxeiratioft are quite ha3ry. and in eviiiene oi ilm. hr'.ti Geonre Totter nd daturhtPT. Mm. Eva 1 a reception in the beautifully det-orafrd Kelly returned Monday evntn? utter a parlors of the church la-t Fn.lay evn'iiff. mi Mrs. OMii linearly "tJU people atlenueu tn Rev. A. G. Peterson. Ahont nine years aco this chureb. adder! mueh to the mtrt Rev. Mr. Peterson, after having1 been pa-I in (C occasion by making a chort ad-ire- tor here for several years, was transfer- The final speech, made by one oi (lu red to the Bishop Hill ohureh where heloiiureh offvers. John Car'.son. wis presided a pastor until a vear bj:o uheniially direrted by the patrr and ftmi'v he was wnt back to the Gtrt church, in and ended by drawing Ihrtr aiicntum to spite of the fact that Rev. Mr. iVtern's what neemed lo be a musli melon, hut on health fnr the past year would not riermit j further examination proved to b.. thf the holding of all the rerular services, j container of a sum of money, p hu h in the work has progressed wonderfully. ;nd I a small way he!ed to show th" wimn the congreration has helped by making in which the entire family are held by the the t-ept of the situation. Now Unit hn I 'ongregation. Refreshments f tii-itir-ff ! health is practical! y restored, and he hoit I coffee, rolls, cookies. ru:-k and c.ikrs were Berveo. Sunday Mrs. J. J. I-ord enterT.-.inrd n few friends fnd relatives in hurmr of Mrs. Willis Wilbur and daughter who an- umI- ing here from Marshall. Okla Concn-R lJional Sunilny I jimhic in 1 !) chitr- h j .Toe Lord '( ft W.ln. j u hi re he will entt r N' ) -if Hi p l' up t-n : I umn and Pl-tntrr ; i h.i- lc-n r-mphiycti f"r S.tlunliv .nftr-nT'fin ? ffii rt .lined the fn.lovt i I home: Mrs. Ilarrirl I' tlnv.-l-r'i liiu-.-' i tin hum" t,ni'1 , K i'Ii V :t r j fr.."i:s at --.!. Mb' K-t pof-tdii'n. Potter at Detroit. Mich. j Several eame over from Bishop Hill to Mrs. Elmer Craig and daughter Murijshow thejr appreciation or the return of were Kewanee visitors Mondav. ' I their fnrnd and former pastor. A fine Rev. Father Lyons of Gi'eabnrc na-; I program was arranged by Ir. A. F. hun tbe guest of Father lira ham Monday. I son. There was special mui-r with ad- Miw Kalhenne Kermien who ha- been I dresses by the following: Rev. Mr. Malm very ill at her home, is s'otvly improving, t gren. pastor of the Hihop Hilf eUurrh. 0er Johnson and Charle Colter were I and Phillip Stoneberg ai of Jtislto.i Kill, in Kewanee Monday. They are to tcrve on j The district siipenutrnden. K- v. Mr the jury this week. Wigren of this eity, A. B. Anderoo and The members of the Swedish Methodist C. A. .Johnson. Mr. I-undeen. formerly of fHrrrU Whinn'e who hts ben n!:n"Tir rhurh of Oalva all united in remir-:nz Carta, but now living in caillnrmi, wno at the College Inn. Chicago, is travelling over the return of their former pastor, was while living hem a member of Wallace J. Emery and HowjrJ Reed went to Peoria Saturday. George Tuesher weut to Kewanee Monday Miss Matne Short spent Mondiy in Ke wanee visiting at the ome of her lister, Mrs. E. D. Lees. Mrs. Iees, who has been ill for some time, is improving. Art Heflin and family of WoodJitil!. were Monday visitors here. . M ,n i l.i; - i i't-u r-r.n :i Uiiih - buihi. Mrs. George Windi-h. who ha been the St. Francis hospital. Kewaree. lor examination, returned to her horn. Bishop Htll Monday. Miss Maude M urphy of Roel; ford spending a few days at ht'im The seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs A. C. Dickson of Cambridge :-i.is'd nwav at the Galeiiburg hovpital. after ,n t r .iliun lor appendicitis. The I'udy brought to Galva Mondav mornnii, ;int frm here was taken overland .u Caii' bndge for burial. Tuesday the primary department of the Strand. Kuldi K.i!iti-i rrr hionra. btel .bihn.-o:! i Imi'iiIIiv fefiTOIt V;; wa the cati-e of this h ip-v event, Vi-s F.Ila Mnley wt.n fe-rmer y oper I- j ed a millinery tnrc h- re u i- rn.irnt i r ! d:iv if i tne i.-o lo Henrv .1 s .i var- i, nt Lake Linden. Mi-h. 'I he hnde tar the p rtn to ye.ir-M. U.is N- n in the milimery V.u .it ! lie- mi Mi- hi-m. Mr !-.; .n d n Li-nily i turned from OviTn.iv '"! w. dn. cd.iy tin . .i. -' i-j. r'f t- u- fo the Mld'ind t '. td. Mr V. vi-itmg n Mr-. , hull Mrs, .loh ; an lx h ird Tver-' m.tt'-h nf t!,t? Hit f'ai'i and rlau.-l f' r nf Wrm ,ie-is i-f lier t'.ir. r V r. .i M urpriy. ZUMA Mr, Certrude Pkelton of Port Bvron wa a gne-t at the Jud Wainwnght home, j Mr". A. O'Brien was a guest at the , J. O. Wake home last week. vr Ann Mooilv and Mrs. Fanme : Hvmn 129. Rev. Walter Pear- c,.. mv sbr . who hve been tn inenn home Hymn 106: 3. Voca! SolO, "The Mrs TVr.y Cox an1 riaiiirhtr Frtith Earth Is the Lord's," Mrs. S. J. Ny- ww biwintw callers in nuid:e Mon quist. Sermon, Rev. Joshua Oden. i dil,r an(1 Mrs Wami. yr. und 1 Chron. 13. Subject: "The Presence Mr' fi wamincht an.i .ir.'in ijh" of God." Anthem, Zion choir. r'""' ,or MnsiieW. omo. making oourt son. Liturgy read by Kev. waiter i Kndinir me iai moma n' ...u Pearson. Rev. Walter Tillberz. re-ativr.. .lerarted for their Word of welcome. Rev. John Ek-1 ,nKhe,;lnl, Vumm holm. Response, Dr. Philip An dreen. Announcements. Hyrun 1U!. Closing service. FRIDAY PROGRAM. S:30 a. m. Zion church. Prayer session. Leader, A. U. Freden. Meditation John 1, S), ('. A. V. Lund. 9:00 a. m. Zion church. Bibl? on circuit dutv thl- week. Mrs. f). w. Mnmma and danehter Mi Verna Mumma departed TueFday merit for nn exen.l-d vwit in deferent parts of Nehr;.-ka. ?oin o Lincoln first. Ra'ph Rea1. Sheldon Mumma. Percy Cot Mil Alvah Searl filled their silofi this wecU ' Mis Vyrtle Johnston who has been in I the hopi.-i! doin? nicely. j Krcd Ki!hert is helpinsr John Daily in Garden Prairie this week. READY-TO-WEAR SPECIALS New Fall Dresses A handsome assortment of one piece suit dresses will be placed on sale this week. They are collarless models, trimmed with fancy silk tape around the peplum and on the front. Serge and silk cord belts. Regular $35 values Iff 29.75 Women's taffeta dresses with georg-ette sleeves. Blouse effects, side pockets, and draped panels. Shades of navy, black, plum, brown and copen. Regular .50 and $25 values 15.9 V Smart, Practical Fall Suits This lot consists of an excellent assortment of women's suits fashioned of serge, tricotine and wool velour. Full lined pockets, silk braid and button trimmed. Regular S40 values $32.50 Women's fine quality men's wear serge suits. Belted mod els, trimmed with silk braid on back and at pockets. Navy only. A decided chic novelty style. Only a limited quan- hl ci, (.1210 'll.. J.l-Lllcll O -J tlILltrS 19.95 o 1 For the Children A large assortment of chil dren's new fall coats, heavy weight wool velours, with plush and fur collars, colors of brown, hurgnndy and nary. Special at 12.95 Girls' gingham and percale dresses, in plaids and stripes. Good for school wear. Sizes up to 16. Values up to $3.50 S2.29 All misses' middies in colors and plain white, made from good quality jean with colored col lars. Values up to $2.75, special at INFANTS' WEAR Infants' white cashmere hose with silk heels and toes. Regular 60c value 49c Infants' white cotton knit sarques in two styles, with or without sleeves, 75c values 59c Dolls and chickens male from turkish towl ing, can be washed 69c $1.79 girls' raincoats in navy blue, with plaid aood. to size 16, $5.00 vilue, special lined $3.95 Girls' black sateen bloomers, elastic bottoms, sizes up to IS. Special from $1.25 to 65c Why it pays to make HILL'S Your home furnishings store Hundreds who have purchased their first piece of furniture at Hill's have never pur chased home furnishings anywhere else be cause they have cenfidencein this store. .They know that they can get furniture the kind they are proud to own, at lower prices. Today we are bctjer prepared than ever before to furnish your home complete with furniture in the latest period design, in the finest woods and finishes at prices that are in many in stances lower than today's market values, due to our timely and enormous purchases. .A glance at a few of the articles below should bring you here tomorrow while assortments are largest. SOLID OAK ROCKERS A. most opportune time to get that rocker you thought was too expensive. It is still possible due to our early and enormous purchase to buy a solid quartered sawed oak rocker, correctly constructed, highly polished with seat in imitation leather, while they last for only 22 $8.25 Quality Ranges are STOVES AND RANGES At Handsome Savings for Friday and Saturday COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST STOVES Will pay quickly for it self in iuel bills saved over imitations and oak type stoves. It will stop the scandalous waste of fuel money that escapes up the chimney un saved. You can heat your home with the valuable gas part of fuel saved only by this remarkable heater. Burns any fuel. Come see our srjlendid assort- r.--'' L ment we have placed on ' U sale for a tew days only, D $38 value $A 7C Reduced VJ4. I O ii . " : C : '' 1 I'-'-'- - fvr .5'(!fv : .frr. "-: -Sit f J t ' ' ' 3 BAKER RANGES A durable and beautiful range that wo recommend highly. Has a large top and high closet with drop door finished in baked enamel which gives the range a rich gun met.il appearance. The bottom oven and flue bottom are elec trically welded. No rivets used. All the parts that arc ex posed to fire are lined wilh arbeftos mill board. Has a wide heavy and ventilated lire box with ."5-rection fire back and duplex grate. Fire box can ba equipped to take water coil. Has nickel towel bar and closet trimmings ar.d many other features too numerous to mention yet the prito we've placed on The Baker is even Less than the price of an inferior range $49175 s 'pit! 1 it J " w , MAHOGANY QUEEN ANNE DRESSER The beantifal lines of this dresser will give your bedroom that correct air and appear ance and you'll find it very durable. Its just as shown in above illustration and we've Reduced from $58 to $39.75 Extraordinary Values in BLANKETS & COMFORTS The cooler weather is here and you'll be needing that "extra" blanket or comfort to rive yourself that ideal nipht's rest that an ''extra" gives. Glance at these wonderful values and you'll get your supply here tomorrow. COMFORTERS $2.69 $3.78 BLANKETS Large size cotton blankets, ?4 value for Large size good heavy quality cotton blankets, $5 value for . Extra heavy cotton, wool face. plaids, extra large size. (tp ja $6.75 value PJv AXL WOOL BLANKETS AT A SAVPMi $3.25 $4.25 in nice Extra heavy comforters in beautiful patterns, i3.50 value Large size good cotton comforters, $4.50 value Extra fine hand tied comforters in satine covers, $9 values at fine 7.65 PERIOD DRESSING TABLES Gives your bedroom that finished apprtirnnci.'. A ni--liogany d.-c-; ins t.ib'o with :i triple lumr and ntovali!-? eidc v. :r)tr.. Specially Priced $34.75 1 jy ffp: $10.65 HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS Everybody knows the merits of a Hoosier, both time and unnecessary work are saved when you have this cabinet in your kitchen. By our easy payment plan of $1.00 par week you can have this time and labor sav ing device in your home and its truly A remarkable value at $42 THIS MASSIVE STEEL BED BARGAIN SHOULD BRING YOU HERE EARLY TOMORROW We need not dwell on such a wonderful value as shown by tho above illustration. Figure the saving yourself. Here's a Vernis Martin bed, with 2-inch posts, has steel ball bearing slides and is finished in a fine Vernis Martin lacker. Enamel will not chip and it can easily be washed with soap and water At Only $10:65 - ' IS ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC WASHERS Tou'll never bo tired after wash dav if you hive, onn of these electric wanning machines. It eliminates Ion ghours of "rubbing." docs your washing ckanly and quickly without tearing the clothes, its ninro economical than the laundress and is so simple to op erate that even a child can operate it. And by week !y payments of $J per week you can muko a;.U day a pleasure. We Pay the Fraight on All Out of Town Purchases MfirwltBlli Ask Us About Our Convenient Terms cf Credit 1615-1617-2ndAVE. ROCK ISLAND, ILL .