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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1910.
Tate Refuses to Return. Clarence
Tate, who was arrested by Sheriff
Louis Eckhardt in Bettendorf Mon
day in answer to a telegram received
from the sheriff of Aberdeen, S. D.,
has refused to return to that city for
trial without requisition papers. He
was asked yesterday if he would re
turn without a fight being put up and
he stated he would not. The author
ities at Aberdeen have been notified
that Tate is under arrest in Daven
port and that he is being held for
Two Petitions for Divorce Are Filed.
Two petitions for divorce, in which
both applicants state that their mar
ried lives had become unbearable
because of cruelty, have been filed
In the district court. Mrs. Anna Bet
nark Is Bppklne a lesral separation
Irom her husband, Frank Betnark. j
They were married in Wien, Ger
many, Not. 25, 1898, and the plain
tiff alleges that her husband has
'mistreated her and abused her on
divers occasions and that during the j
month of July he left her. 'The sec
ond petition was filed In behalf of
Mrs. Emma Thompson on the
prounds of cruel and inhuman treat
ment. They were united in marriage
In Davenport Jan. 5. 1SS9, and sep
arated in August, 1905.
Garage Damaged by Fire. Loss to
the extent of $1,000 on two auto
mobiles stored in the F. A. Seeman
Auto company plant at 30!1 Myrtle
street and a loss of $500 on the;
building is the aggregate damage
of the fire which was discovered in
the garage yesterday. Th blaze
followed a muffled explosion w hich j
was heard by several residents in the
vicinity a short time before thej
flames were seen issuing from the'
building to the north of the garage.!
in which only a quantity of rubbish j
had been stored. All the stock and j
the building are covered by insur-j
Ise of the support of many of our
leading citizens and merchants. My
platform will be kindergartens, play
grounds, swimming pools and
neighborhood centers." declares Mrs.
Hamlin. Mrs. Hamlin states the
men are all right in their places, but
that they often get into the wrong
place. She believes this is the case
when they monopolize the member
ship on a school board. Now she
hopes to remedy the defect in giving
the men members of the board a wo
man's advice and counsel. In re
gard to her fitness for the position
to which she aspires, Mrs. Hamlin
points to the fact that she is an old
school teacher and . once served af
secretary of the school board in an
Report Robbery; Clues Groundleaa.
A robbery, which later proved to be
no robbery at all, was reported to
the police yesterday by F. McTlghe.
proprietor of the saloon on the cor
ner of Fourth and Iowa streets,
which place was supposed to have
been entered by thieve and a quan
tity of supplies carried away. When
the police investigated the matter it
was learned that a large dog had
been left In the building during the
night and had made considerable
noise in its efforts to get out, caus
ing residents in the neighborhood to
surmise that burglars were in the
saloon. The dog had chewed both
door panels nearly through and had
otherwise damaged the furniture in
its efforts to free Itself. When Mr.
McTighe opened his place of busi
ness yesterday the dog jumped out
at him and his supposition is re
ported to have been that the dog
was left in the building by the robbers.
Woman Wants on School Board. j
Mrs. Ella C. RushneH-Hamlin. j
author, publisher, politician, public!
censor and woman suffraget. believ-j
ing in the principles of woman's j
rights, yesterday announced her can-j
didacy for the office of school di
rector at next spring's election, j
"Already T have received the"prom-j
Miss Graco Con ley assisted by her
pupils gave a musicale at the home of
Mrs. T. .1. Gorman at East Moline lasl
Mrs. A. J. Tubhs is entertaining her
brother. D. R. Wells and wife of Keai
Mrs. W. Ireland has been entertain
ing Mrs. H. E. Robeson of Do Witt,
Tliss Catherine Bull spent Sunday
with relatives in Osborne.
Th Epworth league cleared over
$40 dollars at their oyster supper last
Tuesday night at Growder's hall.
Word was received here that Mr.
and Mrs. Matt Bull of Joslln are the
parents of a 10-pound boy who arrived
Mrs. J. W. Pike of Eleventh street
had the misfortune to fall on the ce
ment walk in front of her residence
sustaining several bruises and a cut on
Mrs. G. McKinley was hostess to the
Larkin club last Tuesday afternoon.
H. Smith has resigned as day fore
man at the power house and will de
part for Florida.
Miss Olivia Carlson is ill with
J. H. Measure returned to work as
night foreman at the power house Sat
urday night after being .home for a
week on account of an injury.
Mesdames De Bourcey, Bell, Pennell
and Roach are In Chicago doing their
George Richarson, wife and daughter
of Savanna called on friends here the
The Daughters of St. Margaret were
entertained by Mrs. Matthew Murrin
at her home on Fourth avenue last
H. Skinner, a resident of Silvis died
at the county infirmary last Mondav
morning from paralysis. He leaves
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Skin
Mrs. L. Oltman of Hampton and Eliz
abeth and Irene of Moline and one
son. Edgar of Kansas City.
The teachers went to the tri-cities
to visit schools last Wednesday and
the school children therefore enjoyed
Mrs Ijester Crawford entertained
Mrs. Arthur Brown of Chicago last
Mr. and Mrs. Shannan have return
ed from a several weeks' visit in
J. Guessford has moved his family
Dr. Chapman and wife are visiting
relatives at Whitehall.
Mrs. C. Roach of Tenth street enter
tained the "500- club last Saturday
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
i F. E. Sudlow to.r. F. Ryan, lot Z.
j block 171. East. Moline. $f)0n.
I David Y. Hunt to Clara Morris, lot
1 2. block 1, Midway, Moline, $::rto.
Edward and Emerence Van Vyncke,
lor 2. block fi. Second Fairmont addi
tion, Moline. $1,4on.
Velie. McCabe & Guyer to William
H. C'hristison. lc 6. block A., prospect
Park. Moline. $3"o.
Two Men Hurt When Scaffold Col-
' lapses. A platform on which George
Hake of Rock Island and M. DeWitt of
this city were at work at the People's
Power plant at the foot of Fourth
street, this city, 'gave away, precipitat
ing the men to the ground. They fell
backwards about 10 feet. Both men
sustained painful injuries, their backs
being badly wrenched. It is feared
they may have been injured internal
ly. They were taken home In the Mo
E. H. Anthony Falla, Injuring Leg.
Edward H. Anthony, well known paint
er, fell from a scaffold yesterday and
broke his right thigh bone. The acci
dent occurred in 'the theatre -building
on Sixth avenue and Fifteenth street.
The theatre was turned over to the
painters at noon and they were to be
gin work this afternoon. The scaffolds
had been set to start on the ceiling.
Mr. Anthony was one of the first men
to mount the scaffold, and he was
about to begin work when he took a
false step and fell. The right thigh
bone was broken midway between the
hip and the knee. The ambulance was
summoned and he was removed to the
city hospital, where he received medi
cal attention. The attending physi
cian says that it will be at least two
months before he may leave the insti
tution. 700 Invited to Dedication. Elabor
ate programs, announcing dedication
on Dec. 15 of the new Eagles' home,
Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue,
were sent out yesterday by Frank Gus
tafson. secretary of the building com
mittee. Between 600 and 700 members
of Moline aerie, 'No. 1112. F. O. E.. and
their friends, have been honored with
personal invitations to the dedicatory
exercises which will be held in tWe
lodge hall of the new home. The pro
grams, neatly bound, contain a picture
of the new building and a short his
tory of Eagledom in Moline. The pres
ent membership of Moline aerie is 570
as compared with the seventy-nine
charter members that formed the lodge
when it was instituted June 16, 1005. by
B. F. McGinty, state deputy, from Chi
cago. For Christmas Eve Closing. Mem
bers of the Retail Clerks' union have
made a plea for closing of all stores
at 6 o'clock on Christmas eve but have
been unable to gain their point thus
far. Lundt & "Berglund, who" closed at
G last Christmas eve, have announced
their intention to do so again but the
other merchants Lave not made their
Auto Fire Truck for East Moline.
Alderman Speybroeck, chairman of the
East Moline fire committee, is author
ity for the statement that the purchase
of an automobile fire truck is contem
plated. The truck under consideration
will cost about $1,800. It is very proba
ble that a new patrol wagon will also
be bought If the city keeps up its
present rate of growth new fire protec
tion will be demanded before spring,
sc the committee deems It advisable to
trade in the present single-horse fire
truck and purchase an auto truck
which may be of service regardless of
the city's growth.
Misses Freda Haas, Agnes Lamp,
and Mary Margrum of F.oclc Island
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Haas from Friday till Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Spickler and daugh
ter Theima who have been visiting in
the country for the past month return
ed home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Leeman went to
Rock Island Monday.
The dinner that the Ladies Aid so
ciety gave at the home of Mrs. Charles
Huntley last Thursday was well at
tended. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burgoyne went
to Rock Island Wednesday and visit
ed till Thursday with friends.
The funeral of Nels Carlson was held
from the home at 10 o'clock Thurs
day and the remains laid to rest in the
Andalusia cemetary. Mr. Carlson died
at his home Sunday morning after
a weeks' illness with pneumonia. lie
leaves his wife and three sons and
three daughters. The family have tho
sympathy of the community.
Captain Esterbrooke died at his
home 4 miles west of here Monday
night about fiv o'clock. The funeral
will hf held at Illinois City Wednesday.
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and we can
ANDERINE io the fc!r wkt trtth showarft
cf rain and sunshine are to vegetation. Il
goca right to the root, invigorate and
trengthena them. Ita exhilarating, atimulating and
kfa-producing propertiea cause the hair to grow
abundantly long, strong and beautiful. It at
once impart a aparkling brilliancy and vel-
... a . .
vety sottnes to the hair, and a tew week
use will cause new hair to sprout all over the
scalp. Use it every day (or a abort time,
after which two or three times a week will
be sufficient to complete whatever growth
A Udx (rata Si. Paul writs ts subsisacs.
"Whea I brgso osloc Dtndrrfoe in bsJr
would sot come to oir sbouldersaad bow
It Is away below my blps."
Another from Kowark. N. J.
I hSTe b"o oatnc Pandertne rrralarly.
Wbenl Brat ftarted to oaa tt I bal rerr 1 1 C
tin hair. now 1 baY t bn mnn' liittf'ii long;
andlblckualr aoyuoe would wsattubsTS."
NOW at all druggists In three
sizes 25c, 50c and $1.00
Danderine enjoys a greater sale than
any other one preparation regardless of kind
or brand, and it has a much greater sale thsn
all cf the other hair preparation in the
FRFF To how how quickly Dasdarls
acts, we will aend a large sam
pie free return mail to anyone who
sends this free coupon to the
INOWLTON DANDERI3E CO., CHICAGO. ILL,
with their same and adire and J0c
in silver or stamps to say poMac.
Christmas exercises will be held at
Kose Hill and Zuma Christmas eve,
and t Hillsdale Friday evening.
The bazar piven by tlif Zuma Aid
society at Zuma Methodist church Fri
day evening w:,s well attended. A fine
supper was served. Th sum of $73
Mrs. Sylvester Daily and her fraud
daughter Mary Iaily of Joslin spent
Saturday and Sunday in Albany,
Whitesidf county, with her ?nn Frank
Daily and family.
The Zuma Aid soMftv viil have an
j all day meeting at Clyde Baker's
j A farewell reception was given Mrs.
John Swank who is about to leave the
ifarm Saturday evening. Thpr were
(about .V' present. Refreshments were
Mr. and Mrs. Mumma and Mrs. E.
M. .Me Murphy had as their guests
their cousin, Mrs. Ceorgo Allen, with
Mr. Alb n and their children of Farm
inpton, X. ('.. last week. Mrs. Allen
is ih granddaughter of "t'nele Rilly"
; Williams who owned and operated the
j mill at Kapids City fur many years.
;Mr. and Mrs. Allen arp. owners of a
largo tract of land near Farminaton
'where they make a specialty of rai.
ing fruit. Mr. Allen is on
bis way to his old home at Cincinnati
here he spent bis boyhood days and
i was a s hoolmat" of President Taft.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen expect to spnd the
winter In Ohio returning to New Mex
ico about the first of ."March.
Nelson Wells and wife of Nebraska
are hre at the bedld? of Mr. Wells'
mother who has been very low for
Ends Winter's Troubles.
To many, winter is a season of trou
ble. The frost bitten toes and finjers,
chapped hands and lips, chilblain", cold
sores, red and rough sVlns. prove tht?.
But uch troubles fly beforo Bur-Hen's
Arn.M saHe. A trial convinces, fjrpat-
. est healer of burns, boils, piles, cuts,
sorr, eczema and sprain3. Only 23c at
1 all drurgis's.
A mnn without patience Is a lamp
without oil. De Mnset.
This Question Came Up in the Recent
Trial for Libel.
A "Weekly" printed some criticisms of the claims
made for our foods. It evidently did not fancy our reply
printed in various newspapers and brought suit for libel.
At the trial some interesting facts came out.
Some of the chemical and medical experts differed
The following1 facts, however ,were quite clearly es
tablished: Analysis of brain by an unquestionable authority,
Geoghegan, shows of Mineral Salts, Phosphoric Acid and
Potash combined (Phosphate of Potash), 2.91 per cent
of the total, 5.33 of all Mineral Salts.
This is over one-half.
Beaunis, another authority, shows "Phosphoric Acid
combined" and Potash 73.44 per cent from a total of
Considerable more than one-half of Phosphate of
Analysis of Grape-Nuts shows: Potassium and Phos
phorus (which join and make Phosphate of Potash) is
considerable more than one-half of all the mineral salts
In the food.
Dr. George W. Carey, an authority on the constituent
elements of the body, says: "The gray matter of the brain
is controlled entirely by the inorganic cell-salt, Potassium
Phosphate (Phosphate of Potash). This salt unites with
albumen and by the addition of oxygen creates nerve fluid
or the gray matter of the brain. Of course, there is a
trace of other salts and other organic matter in nerve
fluid, but Potassium Phosphate is the chief factor, and
has the power within itself to attract, by its own law oi
affinity, all things needed to manufacture the elixir of
. Further' on he says: "The beginning and end of the
maiter is to supply the lacking principle, and in molecular
form, exactly as nature furnishes it in vegetables, fruits
and grain. To supply deficiencies this is the only law
The natural conclusion is that if Phosphate of Totash
is the needed mineral element in brain and you tise food
which does not contain it, you have brain fag because its
daily loss is not supplied.
On -the contrary, if you eat food known to be rich
in this element, you place before the life forces that which
nature demands for brain-building.
In the trial a sneer was uttered because Mr. Po3t an
nounced that he had made years of research in this coun
try and some clinics of Europe, regarding the effect of the
mind on digestion of food.
But we must be patient with those who sneer at facts
they know nothing about.
Mind does not work well on a brain that is broken
down by lack of nourishment.
A peaceful and evenly poised mind is necessary to
Worry, anxiety, fear, hate, etc., etc., directly interfere
with or stops the flow of Ptyalin, the digestive juice of the
mouth, and also interferes with the flow of the digestive
juices of stomach and pancreas.
Therefore, the mental state of the individual has much
to do (more than suspected) with digestion.
This trial 1ms demonstrated:
That Brain is made of Phosphate of Potash as the
principal Mineral Salt, added to albumen and water.
That Grape-Nuts contains that clement as m o r c tha n
one-half of all its mineral salts.
A healthy brain is important, if one would "do thirgs"
in this world.
A man who sneers at "Mind" sneers at the best and
least understood part of himself. That part which somi
folks believe lins us to the infinite.
Mind asks for a healthy brain upon which to act, and
Nature has defined a way to make a healthy brain anrj
renew it day by day as it is used up from work of the
Nature's way to rebuild i3 by the use of food which
supplies the things required.
"There' a Reason"
Fostum Cereal Co, Ltd.,
Battle Creek. Mich.