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THE HOCK ISUAXI) AI.K. , -.
Licensed to Wed. George E. Dol
ing of Jacksonville, 111, ud Miss Ada
r Barretts of Davenport
Sues Attorney General. J. c. Dm-
ca filed a suit asking that the title In
ih oli! Library btflla'ng at the south !
west corner of Sixth and Bradi'
streets be quieted In Wm, the defend
ants being Attorney General George
sued of lata for wife deserters and the
police are now searching for them.
Wive of many descriptions have ap
peared atthe police station with n the
last week and have solicited tie aid
of the police in the search for their
husbands, some desiring to prosecute
them and others merely wanting them
Three Suits for Divorce Are Filed.
Three suits for decrees of divorce
were entered in the district court yes
terday in original notices, the wives
L. Crosson and others. Cook & Bal i being the 'complainants in eacn 01 ine
luff appear for the plaintiff. H- petitions. Elizabeth McCauslln,
claims that the old Davenport Library j through her attorney, Henry C. F. Jan
associatlon. which formerly occupied sen. has filed a claim for separation
the building, has ceased to exist, and
that he la therefore the rightful own
er of the property.
Wife Is Accused. Setting forth thai
the conduct of his w fe bt been high
ly improper; that she had lived with
other men and has desertM him, Wil
liam G. Hayes has started a suit for
divorce against his wife, Lucy M.
Hayes. The suit was filed by Attor
neys Ely & Bush for the plaint i?. The
custody of their minor child is asked
by th petitioner.
Police Asked to Find Lost Hubbies.
Within the past few days the police
have been asked to assist in the : office.
from her husband, William McCauslln
on the grounds of desertion and statu
tory violations. They were married
June 2. 1890, in Ottawa, 111. The plain
tiff Is the woman who has caused con
siderable trouble to the police because
of her actions In connection wi'h
three of her children, who are confin
ed at the juvenile home, from which
place one of them escaped several
Lucy E. Bate man has started suit
against her husband, John Batemac.
through AJorney L. E. Roddewig, al
leging cruel and Inhuman treatment.
The suit has been filed through on
original notice served by the sheriffs
cearch for lost husbands, whose pert
chant for leaving their young wivj.:
has over-come their marriage vows
and for whom their wives are diligent
ly searching. Detective Sanford ar
rested the first of the wife deeitere.
the charge being preferred against
Harry A. Davidson, an insurance soli
citor. His irial was set for June 8 anl
he was released or. posting $500 secur
ity. Several warrants hare been is-
Louis J. Bentley Is plaintiff in a suit
for divorce Instituted against her hus
band, Nelson S. Bentley. The com
plainant alleges that the conduct ol
her husband towards her has given
her grounds for divorce on the plea of
cruel and inhuman treatment. I K.
Roddewig is the petitioner's attorney.
Obituary. Mrs. Catherine Diet,
wife of John Diets, died at the horn?
in Waleott, aged 63 years 7 month i
and 8 days. The deceased was reliev
ed from bar suffering by death after a
lingering fllness. She 'was born la
Marne, Germany, Oct. 16, 1847. and
came to this country with her parents
at the age of 10 years. Her childhood
was spent in Davenport and it wa
here ahe grew to womanhood and was
married to John Diets to November
1865. Surviving her are her husband
and seven children, Mrs. John Rnwe,
Mrs. Charles Paustian, Mrs. Henry
ShenpoTJc. all of Waleott; Charles of
Castle wood, S. D, Henry and Hugo or
Waleott and Miss Agnes at home. She
also leaves a brother at Durant, Iowa.
Miss Mae O'Neill formerly residing
with her parents, at 1022 Western
avenue, died at the family home in
Albany, 111., after a three months' ill
ness with tuberculosis, aged 18 years.
Deceased is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James O'Neill, who moved to Al
bany from Davenport some three
George R. Roraback passed away at
his home, in St. George, Ga., on May
12, at 8:30. He had been a great suf
ferer for Several years, but was con
fined to his bed only two weeks before
his death. He was a veteran of the
civil war, serving as musician of the
35th regiment of Indiana. At the time
of his death he was SI years, 6 months
of age. He i3 survived by his wife,
Maria E., five children Edward E., ol
Chicago; Herbert IT., of Chicago; Roy
R., of Louisville, Ky., Mrs. C. M.
Cowlcs, of Greenwood, S. C-, and Mr",
C. J. Applegate, of Ilion, N. Yr athre
sisters and one brother Mrs. U. N.
Roberts, of Davenport, Iowa, Mrs. M.
A. Thompson and Mrs. E. L. Roberts,
of Chicago, and Uriah Roraback, Z
vSemitive to ILitflrfc
direct rays of the fffll
beer will start decay. fwt
gives protection If fP
dark Dottles, to protect tvSl
brewery to your glass. MSI
One of i! k I l
is sold in
We use the costliest materials.
our partners selects the barley.
We go to Bohemia . for hops.
Schlitz is aged for months before it is
marketed, to prevent- biliousness. It cannot
ferment in your stomach.
We filter it through white wood pulp.
Sterilize every bottle.
We spend more money to attain purity
than on any other cost in our brewing.
If you knew what we know about
beer, you would say, "Schlitz Schlitz
in Brown Bottles."
Phone West 14
Carsc & OhKveiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.,
Thai Made Milwaii Eiee' iEanuiiis
For Wife Abandonment. Sheriff
Watson of Macomb 111., was here
yesterday to get Jim Mclntyre who
has been working here for building
contractors the last month. The lat
ter has a wife and six children in
Macomb. He is charged with aban
donment. Obituary Record -Joseph R. Arnow
6ka, 420 Blxth street, died at his
home at 4 Wednesday afternoon.
The end came following an illness of
four days. Mr. Arnowska had reach
ed the age of SO years. He was born
in Europe and came to America in
1903. Settling In East St. Louis,
he remained there till 1907. when he
came to Moline, where he has since
resided. He was employed as a la
borer at the Marseilles plant. The
widow and a son, Joseph, survive.
The funeral will be held Saturday
at St. Mary's Catholic church at 9
and interment will be made in East
Diver to Repair Intake.. Eugene Fer
ris of Burlington, Iowa, one of the
professional divers addressed by
Commissioner L. O. Jahns in his ef
fort to secure aid in the work of
repairing the channel intake pipe at
the waterworks, made bis appearance
at the city hail Wednesday after
noon, accepted the commissioner's
offer of work and was promptly hir
ed. Mr. Ferris will receive $3 0 a
day and expenses of himself and
helper will be paid by the city. The
diver goes back to Burlington and
he will pirobably return Monday,
though he will not go to the bottom
of the river till Wednesday next. He
has full divfng equipment, including
apparatus and air pump that weigh
1,000 pounds. It will be an interest
ing sight to see him at work and to
watch the manner in which the air
pipes are manipulated while he is at
the bottom of Moline harbor.
Changes in Teaching Staff. Resig
nations already in the hands of the
school authorities presage a general
shakeup In the personel of the lo
cal teaching' corps before the fall
term begins. In the high school fac
ulty there willbe-at least two vacan
cies: Edward L. Mayo has already
resigned the professorship of higher
mathematics and C. A. Golding will
quit his office as teacher of chemis
try and Thysics. Mr. Golding has
signed a' contract for the year 1911
1912 but will ask to bo released.
as he has decided to again take up
studies in the Boston Technical in
stitute. He desires to perfect his
knowledge of chemical engineering.
Mr. Golding has been a member of
the local school faculty for two
years and his departure will be gen
erally regretted. Mr. Mayo has not
announced his future plans. Miss
Ruth Gamble's resignation as assist
ant to Professor Adolph Oppenheim
er, director of instruction in physical
culture, takes effect with tne close
of the present school year. Grade
teachers who have resigned their
posts are: Ellen Ahl, Luna
Green, Bertha Benson, Emma
Schellmen. Esther Nelson, Eatelle
Sigley, Florence Carlson and Lydia
Dahlheim. . Oscar Melin's resignation
as a member of the manual training
school was handed in last Saturday
night with request that it be Im
mediately accepted. This was done,
and Monday forenoon Mr. Mclln left
for Chicago to accept a lucrative po
sition with the Leonard Construction
company. C. H. Bowers or tne same
faculty, who signed a 1911-4 912
contract, has asked for a year's
leave of absence In order that he may
attend college. Herbert D. Shrum,
also teacher In the training school,
has resigned. This makes it neces
sary to fill three vacancies at that
building alone. The board of educa- j
tlon has formally accepted the resig
nation of H. S. Dickinson as super-j
visor of msnual training and Henry j
P. Corbln who has been acting as
assistant, has been named to nil the
vacancy. Mr. Corbln Is an efficient
Instructor who has done faithful ser
vice at the manual training school
and general satisfaction is expressed
In the fact that he has been promoted
by the school board.
Mrs. John Gusrafson snd children of
Rock Island came Tuesday for a visit
with her "parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. William Kerns and brother.
Will Jenkins, were in the tri-dties
Dr. Mannon went to Monmouth Wed
nesday evening, returning home Thurs
day. Mrs. John Mills and daughter Eve
lyn are Tlstting for two weeks In the
tri-cities, Silvia and Sheffield.
Mrs. Eustlce Brehmer went to Way
land, Mich last week, where she was
called by the death of her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Smith of near Peoria is
visiting with friends In Sherrard.
Mr. Turner, the school principal, who
has taught here two terms, will leave
for his home at Lovlngton, 111., this
week. He will visit st Coal Valley for
a few days on his way.
Mrs. Chris Bell, who has been in the I
hospital at Davenport lor some time, J
came home last Thursday and Is get
ting along nicely.
Mrs. Scotty of Beardstown returned
to her home Thursday after a few days' L
visit with Mrs. Lawrence Barrett:
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pascoe of Can
ton, 111, arrived Monday for a visit
among their children.
Mr. Davis and daughter Sarah visit
ed at Viola from Thursday till Friday
with his daughter, Mrs. William Allen.
William Ash returned home Friday
after a week's visit In the tri-cities.
The graduating exercises were well
attended May IS. The graduates were
Herbert Roberts, Thomas Schofleld,
Mabel Sherrard. Florence Hyde, Ro
sena Roberts, Ethel Johnson. Judith
Johnson, and Esther and Birdie Wil
liams. They went to Rock Island Sat
urday to have their class picture taken.
The baccalaureate services for the
Aledo high Bchool were held in the M
E. church Sunday evening. The ser
mon was preached to the class of ZS
graduates, by Rev. T. E. Pittenger.
Mrs. Sarah Grossjean of Rock In
land came Saturday for a visit of .
few weeks with her relatives In Aledo
Mrs. Ella Reynolds, Mrs. M. F.
Mathews, and Mrs. C- L. Gregory snd
daughter, Martha returned Saturday
from Ridge Farm, where they attend
ed the Hunt-Kern Wedding on Wed
nesday. Miss Hattle Miller of Aledo and
Fred I S pence were united in mar
riage at theV Presbyterian manse In
Indianola, Iowa, May IS. 1911. They
have been visiting friends in Mon
mouth, Aledo and Joy, since the wed
ding and will make their home in Mar
shallltown, Iowa. The bride has beea
the faithful helper in the telephone
station of this city for a long time,
and has a. large number of friends in
Aledo and vicinity.
Mrs. Mills went to Rock Island Mon
day to enter the hospital there for an
Miss Ruth Morey who has spent the
school year at the home of L. B. Mor
ey, left Monday for her home in Chi
cago, to spend the summer.
Miss Cora Ingmire left Monday for
a visit with her sisters, Mrs. Wood,
of Rock Island and Mrs. George Rey
nolds of Castleton, HI.
Miss Erickson and Miss Mabel John
son returned Monday from a visit wi'h
Mercer county relatives to their
homes in Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Willits return
ed to Aledo from Rock Island, ; where
they had spent a few days and left for
their home In Joy In the evening.
J. F. White and son Isaac and Miss
es Iena and Thena White returned
Monday from 'Peoria and Pekin where
they have been visiting relatives and !
Miss Ada Van Meter returned Mon
day from a visit with friends in Fair-
Word has been received in Aledo ci
the death of Mrs. Peter J3alm"er, at her
home in Ft. Collins, Colo., Sunday
May 21. She was a former residen.
of Aledo and has a large number of
rc-latives and friends here.
Hugh Morrison of Freeport is the
guest of friends and relatives in Ale
do and Keithsburg this week.
Mrs. Susie Morris of Rock IsLana
spent Sunday with her sisters, the
Misses Roberts of Aledo.
Miss B. O'Day, Mrs. O'Day and
Mrs. Field were visitors in the tri-cities
C. A. Freise and son Lloyd went to
Rock Island Tuesday for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Farm and baby
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Farm were
visitors In Rock Island Tuesday.
The funeral services of Mrs. Sarih
Trovillo were held In the M. E. church
Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. conducted by
the pastor, Rev. T. S. Pittenger.
W. C. Galloway went to Rock Island
on Wednesday to meet with the other
members of the board of visitation of
public charities in their monthly meet
ing. Mrs. G. F. Close and Mrs. Guy Lord
went to Rock Island Wednesday for a
short stay. They will be accompanied
home by Mrs. Henry Lord, who has
spent several months with relatives,
Mrs. L. F. Chamberlin and daugh
ter. Miss Anna went to Iteynplds Wed
nesday for a vlBlt with relatives.
Mrs. Gowdy and two children of Joy
took the car at Aledo Wednesday for
Des Moines, Iowa, going via Rock Is
land, for a visit with her sister.
Mrs. Elmer Sawyer and little daugh
ter of Aurora left Wednesday for a
f r fPwfrS '
FOR. a cool, stylish suit there
is nothing equal to a nice
Tomorrow we show a full line
of all the various shades in
ElQ BUI nun IP f SI IT
The "seasons very latest creations and
fresh from the looms of our own mills.
For years we have held the reputation
of leaders in both our own weave and
imported blue serges and we cordially
extend to you an invitation to call to
morrow and inspect our unusual large
display this season. We weave our own
fabrics which enables us to give values
impossible to duplicate at any other
merchant tailor. You may take your
choice tailored to your order in two
piece suits specially priced for Saturday
and Monday at
Also our full line of imported blue
serge for $20.00 $22.50 and $25.00.
The United Irioolen ElIH.s Go.
Woolen Merchants musd Tailors
:.. 303 W. 3d St., Davenport, Iowa .
Opmm Smtvnlmy Ermnlng Unfit 10.-30 P. M.
short stay before leaving for Denver,
"Colo., in the Interests of the little
The closing play of the season will
be presented on Tuesday evening In
the opera house by the William and
Vashti college students. The play is
entitled "The Bachelor's Romanc,"
and Is being repeated by them because
of Its popularity last year when it
was given by them.
Chinaman, hns Ihe disease. Tung
was taken to the municipal hospitnl
and placed In a tent, where he will
stay until a house Is erected to be
his abiding place until death.
is indeed the world V
best and the one
loaf of "bakers tread"
without &n equal.
pleasing, moist and
wholesome. It is
really (I eiicisos -really
Mrs. Lena Freyermuth of Musca
tine, Iowa and Mrs, Elisabeth Kauf
man of North Prairie, Iowa, accom
panied Mrs. Watson to her home from
Muscatine Friday, where the former
remained till Monday, Mrs. Kaufman
Is spending the week calling on rela
tives and friends in this vicinity and
near Illinois City.
Miss Gladys Irwin of Eliza, 111.,' was
a caller In Toster Sunday
Miss Viola GrrJett returned from
Dixon, ni. Tuesday. Miss Glllett has
been attending college at Dixon the
Mrs. Curtis Toster Is spending the
week in Muscatine, the guest of her
undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William
The many friends sxd relatives in
this vicinity of Ed Piatt of Buffalo
Prairie are pained to learn of his lil
cess. Mr. Piatt was removed to Mus
catine Monday to the Belle vne hospi
tal where he will undergo an opera
tion for appendicitis. r
An Appeal to Wives
No more trrlhl nffllrtmn ran pomn
to any home than Iho xc-H"lve tm f
intoxicant by hunt. and r mm. Think
of th nnny wat-i1 In trlnk. whlcli 1
nwKld In th. home to turt-har fool anil
clothing-- If you have a drinking hu
hand or on. ?lv him 'rrln. W nr
ko nur that Orrln will lo what i
claimed for it that if aftT a trial ni
heneflta nrf ricrlvwd from It, w will re
fund th nion"y.
Orrlna la prepared In two forma. No.
1, upcret trratnifnt. u powder, ahaolute
ly tatlea and ndorleKx, Riven eo r r t -ly
In food or drink. Orrlne No. 3, tn
pill form, la for those who dealra to
take voluntary irpntmmt. Orrlne roan
only II a hox. Write for fr-e rrlri
booklet (mailed In plain aealed. envel
ope to Orrlne C).. 71 Orrtne bulld
Irur. Waahlnarton. I. ('. Orrlne la re -ommended
and la for aale In thla cltjr by
the Harper Houne pharmacy.
Misses Bessie and Mary Marsh re
turned home Tuesday after spending
several days with Misses Izora and
Lena Leo at TJrbana.
Miss Inez Bonynge who attend
school at Reynolds spent Saturday
and Sunday at the home of C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Close are the
parents of a baby daughter born Frl
day of last week.
Leper Found in Pittsburg.
Pittsburg. Pa, May 26. A case of
tubercular leprosy has been discov
ered here. Tee Tung, aged 31. a
BUT THE EATING
Why spnd these days In the
kitchfen baking broad when we
bake nice fresh bread and de
liver it, at your door every
day. . f.
Is Ju-t as nice as can be, in
fact it is Just the game as home
made with the half days' work
preparing it cut out. Fresh
cakes of all kinds are always
found at our place.
' Both Iltones.
1716-1718 Second Avenue,
Try some of our .fruit wafers
and fruit fxm 1hiih, 20c and
25c -he pound. O