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THE ROCK ISTAND AB TJ, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911.
LIFE OF HIS WIFE
Charles Bradley Bound Orer
i for Assault With Weapon
I Upon Helpmate.
HAD BEEN IN HIDING
Offeme Committed Several Days
Ago bat Accused Had Been
Cbartes Bradley, a mute.
Taigned before Justice J. H. CI eland
this morning charged with assault with
a deadly weapon and was bound ovei
In the sum of $500 bond, which was fur
nished. The charges against Bradley
were preferred by his wife, also a
mute, who alleges that last Saturday
evening about 6 o'clock he came horn,
drunk, and because she reproached him
for not being back at 4 as he had
promised he assaulted her, end after
wards g Jt a hatchet and was slipping
up behind her when her daughter
warned her and she got out of the wav.
8he ran to (one of the neighbors and
had the police notified. Bradley 3t
away and stayed in hiding until Mon
day evening when be was arrested by
Constable Schmidt of South Rock fs
?IOT FIRST OFFENSE.
According to the testimony given
this is not the first time the two have
had trouble. (They came here frua
Kentucky about two months ago. Mrs
Bradley alleges that about a year agi
Bradley attempted to take his wife's
life with a gun. She said she 'ii&d
tried to get along with him, but had been j
unable, especially when he was under j
tbe Influence of liquor. The evidence
of neighbors generally bore her out in
this. G. C. Wenger appeared for the
state while Schriver & Schriver are
' counsel for the defence. The evident e
was given in writing.
WINNERS IN THE
. At the Davenport mile track yes
terday afternoon the automobile
races were won as follows:
Five mile race, non-etock Pete
Peterson; time 6:09.
Five mile race, non-stock, M. C.
-Armstrong; time 7:06 2-5.
Five mile race, non-stock A.
'Burk; time 6:35 1-5.
One mile race, flying start Pete
; Peterson; time 1:03.
? Five mile race for motorcycles,
; on cylinder R. Hitchcock; time,
Free for all race for automobiles -M.
Myers; time 18:58.
Free for all race fo automobiles
ST. D. Duby; time 10:43 4-5. Silver
-cup and $300 purse to winner.
213 CALLS DURING MONTH
Visiting Norse Is Kept Unasoally
Busy During June.
According to the report of the vls-
ltlng nurse, Miss Margaret Otles. for
the month of June, 213 calls were
. made, 34 patients were taken care
of under 16 different doctors and
tan assistant was employed 2 days.
i The report In full follows.
Calls made daring month, 213; pa
tients takes care of, 34; physicians
in charge of cases, Drs. J. S. Sou-
: ders, Alfred Stocker, E. M. Sala, C.
: P. Freytag. Joseph Do Sllva, W. D
Bnlvely, E. Bradford, F. H. First,
14 YEARS AFTER
AN ILLINOIS FARMER GIVES
: FINE RECOMMENDATION
TO DR. WALSH
For the last fourteen years I have had
perfect health. I am now fifty years of
age, and I feel young, active and vigor
ous. I can do a dajrs work aa well as a
man of 20. X owe it all to the Drs. Walsh,
the great Davenport specialists. They
cured me. They restored me to health
and strength when I thought I would
never have a well day again; in fact, I
felt aa If X had not long to live. For
some years X had suffered from catarrh
" and general breakdown. I was all played
out, could not work, had djzxy and faint
pells and was very nervous. I had back
ache, weak kidneys, pain in back of the
neck, poor appetite, gas and a heavy feel
ing in stomach, indigestion, cold hands
and feet. At nitfht I could not sleep well
and had bad dreams. In fact, I felt like
a wreck. I never got any benefit from any
treatment until I went to the Drs. Walsh.
Goodness knows I tried enough different
kinds of treatment before I went to them.
When X called at the Drs. Walsh's office in
Davenport, at 124, West Third street, I
admit I didn't have much hope, although
' ! had beard so much of the Drs. Walsh.
Alter taidac sever 1 months' treatment
' X was new man and completely restored
to -aalth. Tbrfr charges were very rcas
: cable. CHARLES D. QUICK,
- " Cordova, Illinois.
Results are fho best proof of success.
Too can ee in Dr. Walsh's office, testi
monials from satisfied patients all over
this part of the country, including men,
women and children. Dr. Walsh has
bad a large experience and great success.
He la a graduate of two medical colleges
I and was formerly president of St. Antb
; enys Hospital. Bankers and business
' men testify to his reliability. You can
heve a thorough scientific examination.
- tree of charge. Office hours are from 10
to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4:30 p. m. Also on
, Tuesdays and Saturday evenings from 7
"to 9 p. m. On Sunday mornings from 10
to 11 a. m- Dr. Walsh's office Is at 12
V-'est Thiid street, Davenport, Iowa.
Asay. V. A. Bergland. A. K. Wil
liams, Emily Wright, F. D. Paul, I
Ostrom and Krai.
Of the 84 patients cared for IS
were new while 18 were former pa
tients; 15 recovered, ere was dis
missed, one vas transferred to a
trained nurse, one died, two were
sent to the county farm and 15 re
main. Donors for the month were Mrs. H.
D. Mack, Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen, Mrs.
Frank Brough, Mrs. J. H. S. Suddlng,
J. Ramser's, the Parker laundry, Dr.
L. Ostrom, the Mueller Lumber com
pany, Schmacht Ice company, Mrs.
Elbert E. Fnlmer, Mrs. Louis M.
Copp, Helpers' circle. King's Daugh
ters, and Associated Charities.
THE TONE OF VOICE.
It is not so much what you say,
As the manner which you say it;
It is not so much the language you use.
As the tone In which you convey it
The words may be mild and fair,
And the words may pierce like a
The words may be soft aa the sum
And the tone may break the heart
For the words come but from the mind,
And grow by study and art;
But the tones leap forth from the in
And reveal the state of the heart.
Whether you know it or not.
Whether you mean or care.
Gentleness, kindness, love and hat?.
Envy and anger are there.
Then would you quarrels avoid,
And in peace and love rejoice.
Keep anger not only out of your woi 'ls.
But keep It out of your voice.
Buy a home of Reidy JUroe.
Kerler Rug company, cleaners.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefx,
Sunday papers for sale at Olson's
Grocery, 1303 Thirtieth street.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work; 1316 Third avenue.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work; 152G-1523 Fourth avenue-Loans
on real estate security. Al
bert Huber. People's National bank
Just received a shipment of aiumi
num collapsible drinking cups in t"e
basement of Young & McCombs.
Marshal James W. Brinn this
morning received a telegram from
undertakers in Galena stating that
William Roll had died and that a
son. who is thought to be a barkeep-
er In Rock Island was to be notified
of the death.
Tom Wagner, wanted for alleged
bootlegging near Kewanee by the
United States marshals, was arrested
here yesterday by Detective Herman
Sehnert on Information supplied by
tbe marshals. He was turned over
to Deputy United States Marshal C.
F. Black this afternoon and taken to
Peoria where he will be given a
INQUEST IS HELD
IN ZOECKLER CASE
Neighbors residing near the
Zoeckler home at 1112 Third avenue
were called before the coronr's Jury
Monday evening to give testimony in
regard to the shooting affray in
which Fleming E. Zoeckler took bis
life after a vain endeavor to mur
der his wife. Nothing further than
the statements made in The Argus
Monday evening was divulged by
any of the witnesses and so tbe jury
after a brief session, returned a ver
dict that death was caused by a shot
from a 22-callbre revolver and with
suicidal intent. The body of the
suicide was buried Monday morn
CHILD IS KILLED
Rosana McCrossen.daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. McCrossen of 7:30 West Sec
ond street, Davenport, died last night
from injuries received earlier in the
day. She was lighting some firecrack
ers and a match see fire to her cloth
Vacation for Poor Children.
Through the humanitarian efforts of
Miss Margaret Giles, visiting nurse,
and Miss Dlna Ramser, police matron,
arrangements are being made through
good-hearted country people In Rock
Island, to give the 500 poor children
of Rock Island vacations to the coun
try this summer.
Wireless Telegraphy In Operation.
Wireless telegraphy Is In successful
operation from the top of the Best
building, where an apparatus has been
nlstailed by C. J. XJttner. engineer of
the building, to the home of S. S. Davis
on Elm street and Tenth avenue, where
Mr. Davis' son. Edwin Davis, le Der
ating, and between which stations
messages have been successfully trans
mitted. Marks Locates Here.
Ll Marks, famous eyesight special
ist of Monmouth, where he has been
located for 16 years, has opened an
office In Rock Island at 1807 Sec
ond avenue, over Dolly Bros.' shoe
store. Mr. Marks Is an expert In
his line and already has a reputa
tion here, having been remarkably
successful In a number of cases that
went to him from this city. He will
continue his Monmouth office also.
Locomotives Set Dry Field
Afire East of Milan Yes
MUCH DAMAGE IS DONE
Destruction Near Oiiora From tbe
Same Source Also Cause
Sparks from locomotive in mov
ing trains caused considerable dam
age in hay and whrat fields three
fourths of a mile east of Milan yes
terday. In the morning, shortly
after 12 o'clock, the wheat in the
neld of Elmer Hanes was set afire
and before it ecild be checked 40
acres of the nearly dry grain had
been consumed and the same amount
of bay had been burned also. The
hay was on the property of the
Crawford brothers. The loss amounts
to nearly 2,000. Through hard
work, neighbors who were attracted
by the smoke and flames saved the
buildings on the farms by beating
the fire and plowing furrows across
In the afternoon 20 acres of wheat
on an adjoining farm, owned by Paul
Jahns, were burned, tbe fire having
started from sparks thrown from the
smokestack of the same engine
which was then on its way to Pe
oria. The blaze started at 2 o'clock
and again neighbors saved hundreds
of acres of grain and produce as well
as numerous buildings and imple
ments. The loss is $ 1,000.
DESTRrCTION SEAR OHIO.
Waste and desolation followed in
the path of train No. 18, south
bound on the Rock Ieland yesterday
which leaves Rock Island about
p. m. Harvey Lough's pasture east
of Orion was burned over 10 acres,
George Smith's rye field caught, but
was put out with little damage. El
wood Gothwell's hay field of 25
acres was completely burned over
and Peter Westerlund had the same
amount of pasturage singed off. H.
K. Dusenberry also lost an ice house
which was located in the pasture.
CREATES A SCENE
ON A STREET CAR
Crazed by heat and too much fire
water Frank Waters, a farm hand re-
! 8,dinS ,n Washington. Iowa, last night
partially disrobed and attempted to
board a Watch Tower car near Six
teenth avenue and Eleventh street
Having been ejected from one car, he
went to another, and a quietus was put
on the disturbance that he was creat
ing by tls arrest. The incident occur
red about 9 o'clock last evening when
the crowds to and from the Watch
Tower were heaviest. Waters smashed
several hats before he was arrested.
BELIES HIS NAME;
STEALS A WATCH
Though his name would indicate
that he had a reputation for verac
ity it seems that Edward Truth had
deviated from the course of hon
esty. Yesterday afternoon, it is
charged, he picked a watch from the
pocket of Harry Krosen and when
the matter was discovered started
out to beat the best running record
in spite of tbe heat. He was over
taken, however, by Officer Ginnane
after a bard chase and was brought
to the station. He was given pre
liminary hearing before Police Mag
istrate C. J. Smith and was bound
over to the grand Jury under 31,000
bonds for larceny.
Stops Tower Attraction.
Sheriff O. L. Bruner has issued or
ders through his deputy at the
Watch Tower park that the Jewelry
wheel which is run as one of the con
cessions must stop operating or
there would be prosecution under the
law. Though every time the wheel
is spun something Is given to the
player, the article given is for the
majority of times, far below la com
mensurate value for the money.
Sheriff Bruner maintains that the
machine is run on the principal of
a slot machine and therefore should
Bread Trust is Newest
Following the Incorporation under
tbe laws of New i'ork state of the
General Baking company, there has
been launched a $20,000,000 combina
tion of bread manufacturers, which
Includes leading bakeries In seventeen
The new company will have S1CMXXV
000 of 7 per cent preferred stock. S10,
000.000 of common stock and $5.000000
of first and refunding 6 per cent bonds,
it Is planned to Issue at this time 12.-
Pains All Over.
Houston. Tex- 'Tor live years.'
says Mrs. L. Fulencheck of this place.
i suffered with pains all over, es
pecially in my back and side, and
was so weak I could hardly do my
housework. A friend told me of Car
dul. Since taking it. I feel so much
better. Now I can do all my house
work and pains don't bother me any
more at all." Cardul is a strength
building medicine. Fifty years of
success cave produced amongst its
many users, confidence In Cardui and
what It will do. During this time
Cardul has relieved the female ail
ments of over a million women. Why
Iuufc uuiBi LTJ it ioaay. your
druggist sells it.
Our First Great Clean Up Sale
000,000 of tbe preferred stock, half of
the authorized common and $3,600,000
of the bonds.
It Is said that in the formation of tbe
company there Is no thought of tbe es
tablishment of a monopoly In tbe man
ufacture and sale of bread and that
such a monopoly would be Impossible,
as In most localities, with few excep
tions, only one baking company has
been acquired, leaving competition
open to hundreds of others. The real
purpose of the company Is described
1 being progression through close
buying of materials, general econom
ics, up to date methods of manufactur
lng and extensive advertising.
According to the official statement.
the company has a philanthropic pur
pose as welL Tbe statement says:
'The General Baking company has
discovered several elements of Inter
est In the bread business. First and
foremost of these Is the maintenance
of absolutely clean and sanitary
bakeries, the use of tbe most modern
and Improved machinery and the most
rigid Inspection, so that tbe products
of the several establishments will
rank aa absolutely pure and hygienic.
It has also discovered that by raising
the standard of quality of bread of a
certain number of bakeries In tbe pop
ulous centers of tbe country without
Increasing the cost a great object les
son Is to be taught and that the gen
eral output of bread everywhere will
eventually and naturally be brought
up to this Improved standard."
It Is estimated that 70 per cent of all
the bread In the country is made by
housewives snd 30 per cent by baker
ies. There la said to be $270,000,000
invested la the business.
List of Member.
Here are the twenty-one companies
which have Joined the combination:
Fleischmann's Vienna Model Bakery.
Incorporated. New York city; Vic Kin
ney Bread company. St. Louis; tbe
J. Q. A B. S. Ferguson company, Bos
ton; Boston Baking company. Wash
ington; Ontario Biscuit company, Buf
falo; Oaller Bread company, Pitts
burg; Delnlnger Bros. company, Roch
ester; United Baking company, To
ledo; Morton Baking and Manufac
turing company, Detroit; Arnold-AJ-thaos
company. Providence; vorles
Baking company. New Orleans; Fret
hofer Vienna Baklog company. Phila
delphia; George G. Fox company. Bos
ton; Juergens Baking company. Wheel
ing. W. Vs.; Collins Bsklng company,
Buffalo; Weber Baking company.
Newark;. C Martens company, incor
Every low cut shoe in our
on, sale for 15 days at prices
can duplicate and you receive the
valine we are offering. "
Everything new and stylish, just what
you will want. Early comers get the
See our windows for prices and styles.
Womens' oxfords sale price from
$1.48 to $3.25. Mens' oxfords sale
price $2.39 to $4.75.
porated. Jersey City; B runner Baking
company, Buffalo; Canton Baking
company. Canton. O.; Rochester Bak
ing company, Rochester, and Cleve
land Bread company, Cleveland, O.
FOR BROKEN HEAD.
St. Leuls Physioian Tails a Fracture
by Consulting Big Tea.
If you tickle your ankle and your big
toe turns upward and the other toes
spread outward your skull Is fractured,
says Dr. O. G. Chaddock. a member of
the visiting stan at the St Louis City
hospital, who says he has made the
experiment in 275 cases and has not
If your skufl Is intact the tickling
of the ankle will cause your toes to
turn downward and draw close togeth
er. Dr. Chaddock says the spot on the
ankle that will reveal skull fracture Is
a half Inch above the sole of the foot
on the Inside of the ankle.
Before Dr. Chaddock made his dis
covery, which is interesting the medi
cal world. It was the custom to rub the
hands over a man's bead in an effort
to discover possible fractures. The
spot on the ankle Is closely connected
with the brain by a lesion In the cen
tral motor track. Dr. Chaddock says.
Dr. Bablnsky was tbe first to ap
proach the present successful method
of discovering skull fractures, accord
ing to Dr. Chaddock. He tickled the
sole of the foot, but this failed In
Ortwi Trees Fee Cense.
Theodore W. Burkham, a progressive:
Indiana farmer, living on a large tract
of fertile land sear Lawrence burg
Junction, has set out several hundred
young trees of a peculiar variety, and
a number of acres will be devoted to
them. When the trees have obtained
sufficient growth they will be sold to
be made Into umbrella handles aad
An Old Time Champitn.
Robert Barclay Allardlce, a Scotch
captain la the British army, who was
bora In 17T9 and died in 1834. was a
noted pedestrian. At the age of fifteen
be walked six miles within an hour.
When be was twenty be covered ISO
SAVES theCLOTHSS aad U
miles on foot in two dys, and In June.
1801. In excessively bot weather be
walked 300 miles In five days. His
most surprising performance was walk
ing 1.000 miles in 1.0U0 successive
hours. A half million dollars was
staked on the result
Shoes Shined 5c
At Clements' Shoe Stand, 1016 Sec
Shoes shined on Saturday, Sun
day and holidays, 10c. Tan or red
The H. J. Tolivcr
Puffs, curls and Switches
made from combings and cut
Hair dressing by special or
ders. A complete line of up-to-date
hair goods. All orders
given prompt attention.
1813 Vt Second Avenue
But try our Ice cream and
cold drinks and the hot weath
er will not bother you at all.
Our refreshing soda water Is
not only pleasant as a bever
age but is healthful and invig
orating and is the popular
summer drink with everyone.
When you are near our store
drop in and try a glass.
EIFFALO ICE CREASI PARLOR
324 Twentieth Street
Rock Island, 111.
All the news all the time The Argus.
318 Eighteenth Street
All kindi of building. We
do repair work. Estimates
furnished. Your patron
Phone West 1318.
in a. life time. So remember
the graduate by giving some
thing lasting as well as orna
mental. We hare laralllers. nendants
set with diamonds, pearls,
Diamond rings, coral rings,
baroque rings, something al
ways sure to please.
Large lockets long chains,
bracelets, watches, guaranteed
tr. be timepieces for life. Re
member In selecting Jewelry,
buy where quality is the first
Opposite Harper House