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THE ROCK ISTJAEfD ARGUS. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1912.
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Licensed to Wed. James McCul
lougb: and Miss Mary H. Barnes, both
Suit for Damage Claiming that
he bad been struck In the side with a
pike pole while in the employ of the
defendant company, Simon Neavens
yesterday filed suit for $3,000 again3t
the Sltz Ice company, through Attor
ney F. A. Cooper. The plaintiff as
serts In his petition that on Jan. 13,
1912, while working In an ice house a
cake of Ice to which a pike pole had
been left attached, struck him, causing
severe Injuries from which he is still
suffering. Negligence on the part of
the defendant company in not provid
ing him a safe place to work and in
not lighting the Interior of the ice
house. Is alleged.
Stabbing Affray. One man was
stabbed and one seriously cut on the
head in a saloon brawl which took
place Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
in the Hartmann saloon at 314 East
Front street. Samuel Zaglich, aged
45 years, was stabbed over the heart
with a pocket knife in the bands of
Nick George, and Joe Fagarty was cut
on the head by a flying beer glass and
a serious wound Inflicted in his scalp.
Pete Schenller, the third party in the
fi ght was not Injured, but is now in
the custody of the police. Nick George,
against whom the charge of assault
with Intent to inflict great bodily in
Jury may be brought, was arrested at
his rooming house a short time after
the stabbing took place. When search
ed at the police station, an open pocket
knife was found in his sock, but the
blade had been carefully wiped off and
showed no blood stains.
Have New Industry. A new indus
try which has every promise of becom
ing one of the most important enter
prises in the United States, is about
to be located in Davenport. About
75 expert mechanics will be employed
the first year and probably 200 subse
quent to the first year. The product,
which Is a lincgraph machine, will go
to every city in the union and every
country of the world. In order to es
tablish this industry in Davenport the
Greater Davenport committee had to
sell $100,000 worth of stock. After
careful investigation by two separate
committers and a thorough study of
the possibilities of the business, the
committee believed the proposition to
be so attractive as a speculative in
vestment that it turned the matter
over to a special sub-committee and
suggested that a subscription list be
opened. Seventy-five thousand dol
lars was subscribed before press time
yesterday and today the amount was
' practically made up.
Snnday morning from Chicago, where
she has been visiting several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Herman of that
Miss Margaret McElhany of Rock
Island spent Sunday with Miss Faye
Fred II. Railsback, Howard M.
Railsback and William Schulski of
Moline visited Sunday with J. C.
Johnston and family.
The Misses Florence Hull and Ma
rie Millstead visited Saturday with
Miss Elma Smith of South Black
hawk. The latter returned with them
Elsie of Moline spent Saturday at
the home of Miss Emma Kuehl.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wanglan of
Pleasant Ridge were Milan callers
A local option meeting was held
at the home of Cyrus McLaughlin
Tuesday evening. It was very
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moose have mov
ed from Sears and will occupy the
William Howe, the overseer of a
large group of wood choppers, has
taken all his horses away from Milan
OVERTHROW OF MONARCHIES THE FASHION:
YOUNG KING OF SIAM TO BE NEXT VICTIM
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; King .Vajlravudh, the young ruler of Slam, seems destined to lose his
throne in the latest out break against monarchlal form of government.
The people of Siam have organized a formidable revolutionary movement
and demand Republic. The king's council, it is believed, will advis
him to abdicate and prevent bloodshed. Vajlravudh, who succeeded to th
throne December 2. was educated in England, but despita this fact he
has adopted an antl-;'orelgn policy which has alienated many foreigners
who ha.- b-en resDonslble for Slam's orotrrpRn.
Mr. ard Mrs. Frank Wilhite and
baby of Rock Island spent Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs. George Holland f Carbon
Cliff, formerly Miss Lula Lambert,
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Cristy of
Rock island spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. William Brandenburg.
Mr. and Mrs. George Barker of
Rock Island spent Sunday, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Dick
son. Dickson D. Matthews spent Sunday
at the home of his uncle, James Dick
son of Rock Island.
Miss Blanche Canty, who is attend
ing Knox college at Galesburg, is
home to spend her spring vacation
with her parents.
Miss Ruth Ruge returned home
to 6pend Sunday with Miss Mill-
The Haymakers loft of Osseo tribe,
No. 377s, went tc MathersviUe Sat
urday night and Initiated 17 mem
bers into tho lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Arrends and
family 6pent Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs
of Atkinson, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sear of Ridge
wood spent Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. William 'Dickson.
Mrs. William Dempsey spent Sat
urday with relatives in Carbon Cliff.
Miss, Opie Campbell entertained the
Irish Crochet club at her home Sat
urday afternoon. When they were
through with their work, delicious
refreshments were served. After the
refreshments games were played In
which Miss Bernice Nice took the
prize. Those who were present
were the Misses Bernice Nice, Paul
ine Strayor, Lauretta Wilhite, Mary
Fhllabar and Marjory Caldwell.
Miss Bessie Johnston is confined
to her home with a severe attack of
Mrs. Swan Tropp and daughter.
and has discontinued the wood chop
ping business owing to the condition
of the coal strike.
John Goben has quit clerking for
J. II. Gilmore and is. attending
Brown's business college. Eugene
Cressy is taking his place for the
William Steckman and family
Rooaevelt Club Formed. Admirers
of Theodore Roosevelt to the num
ber of 200 gathered In Turner hall
Tuesday evening and perfected or
ganization of 'the Moline Roosevelt
club. L. C. Blanding took tne cnair.
Purpose of the gathering, as was
stated by Mr. Blanding, was to or
ganize a club In the city of Moline
in the Interest of Colonel Roosevelt.
Mr. Blanding was named president of
the club and Charles Kerns was made
secretary-treasurer, both by unani
Small Fire Occursw-Sparfcs from a
chimney set fire to shingles of the
Klrkover residence at 317 Fifth ave
nue at 6 o'clock Tuesday evening and
an alarm was turned in. The flames
were smothered by firemen from the
No. 3 station. Hose was not laid.
Birdsall Will Speak. Louis I. Bird
sail, city chemist of Rock Island, has
accepted an Invitation extended by
Moline branch of the National Asso
ciation of Stationary Engineers to
address that organization next Tues
day evening, March 26. Members
and others interested will hear a dis
mission or rroressor Birdsall on
"Treatment of Local Waters for
Boiler Uses." The meeting will be
held at the city waterworks plant.
Retailers Join Protesters. In line
with action of the Davenport Com
mercial club and other tri-city organ
Izatlons vitally concerned In the con
tinuance of the small arms plant at
the arsenal, the Moline Retail Mer
chants' association has passed reso
lutions protesting against the reduc
tion of the congressional appropria
tion, as has been threatened. Copies
of the resolutions passed last even
ing by the association have been for
warded to Senators Lorimer and Cul-
lom, Representative McKinney and
Champ Clark, speaker of the house
of representatives. The legislators
addressed are urged to use their best
endeavors and influence to prevent
the omission of the $250,000 appro
priation and the closing of the small
arms plant at the arsenal.
Obituary Record. -George Walter, 4-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
G. Anderson of 1117 Eighteenth ave
nue, passed away from the home at
an early hour yesterday morning.
Death was due to typhoid-pneumonia
with which the child had been ill for
three weeks. The boy was born In
this city March 2, 1908. Funeral
services, conducted by Rev. C. J.
Toungberg of the Salem Lutheran
church, will be held at the home at
2:30 Saturday. Burial will be in Riv
K C Baling Powder works
like magic. Recipes formerly
considered difficult to bake
now come out of the oven
light, dainty and deli
cious. - It fairly makes
you hungry to look at
la the housewife's
best friend, lighten
ing her burdens as
well as the food.
Wherever K C is used
you will find healthy,
happy families and a con
tented housewife. Com
plies with all pure food laws,
both State and National.
JacrueMfg. Co.. Chicago
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James Hunora;haTe moved to First and Water
streets. For the past seven years
they have made their home In South
Mrs. C. B. Barnes of Rock Island
visited Monday with friends on Van
Mrs. Frank Dunsmore of Van
druff's island spent Monday with Mrs.
J. C. Sackvllle of East Moline.
George Gilmore returned home
last Monday after being engaged in
work in Springfield for the past nine
Benjamin Tompson is dangerously
ill at bis home on Third and Main
The Osseo tribe of Redmen has
rented rooms over F. C Clow's gro
William Criswell has Just com
pleted making a launch 16 feet long
for Joe Wilhite and will start to
make one 23 feet long for himself.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kale, Jr.,
of Moline spent Sunday at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
A small blaze was discovered t In
the ante-room of the Milan town hall
Saturday afternoon. There was no
great loss, only a few boards burned
cut of the floor.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Larson visited
with Mrs. Larson's mother. Mrs.
Holt, in MathersviUe Sunday
Mrs. Fred W. Boulton sprained
her foot Saturday, while coming
down stairs at her home.
William Kale, Jr., has departed
for Galesburg, where he will put in
two new grain elevators.
Mrs. Ed Xewcomb and daughter,
Gladys, and Mrs. J. E. Carpenter of
Rock Island spent Sunday at the
home of their mother. Mrs. O.
Robert Phllebar is convalescing
from a severe fall from the haymow
of John Cox s barn.
Mrs. M. Wigger Is able to be
around again sfter a serious attack
of the grip
Mrs. John Schroder of Moline vis
ited Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Nicholes
W. G. F. Bennett of Chicago spent
Saturday and Sunday with his sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Ringgold, while
on his way to Minnesota.
Mrs. James F. Renfro of Daven
port spent Sunday with her cousin,
Mrs. Lawrence Martin.
Mrs. P. H. Phllebar and Mrs. G
H. Hodson and sons, Henry and Guy,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
JnhB gripping at guard lock No. 35
Miss Adah Martin spent Monday
at the home of Mrs. J. Renfro of
Miss Mary McLaughlin is visiting
with her aunt, Mrs. Charle3 Mc
Laughlin of Los Angeles, Cal.
F. Ball Is in Putnam where his sis
ter Is ill.
Word was received here that Con-
Advice to Expectant Mothers
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such times, but maTiy approach the
experience with an organism unfitted
for the trial of strength, and when it
is over her system has received a shock
from which it is hard to recover. Fol
lowing right upon this comes the ner
vous strain of caring for the child, and
a distinct change in the mother results.
There is nothing more charming than
a happy and healthy mother of children,
and indeed child-birth under the right
conditions need be no hazard to health or
beauty. The unexplainable thing is that,
with all the evidence of shattered nerves
and broken health resulting from an nn
prepared condition, and with ample time
in which to prepare, women will persist
in going blind'y to the trial.
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rad Nilson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Nilson had been elected to the posi
tion of president of the senior class
of Waldorf college at Forest City,
Iowa. He is also prominent and pop
ular in thev debating society of the
Mrs. Bert Mincer has been visiting
with relatives and friends at Grinnell,
Mrs. William Gamley has arrived
home from a visit at Carbon Cliff.
Hugh Phelps of Cedar Rapids spent
Friday in Silvis.
Mrs. Jennie McConnel entertained a
number of her friends at dinner Fri
Mrs. Charles Rough Is visiting at
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy McGlnnis continues very sick,
having been ill six weeks.
Howard Campbell has returned home
to Charleston, W. Va.
Bernard Yockes and family have
been entertaining John Navin of
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Howard have
moved to Marengo, Iowa. Just before
their departure, relatives, 'friends and
neighbors gave them a surprise at the
home of J. Paden Wednesday. Dinner
was served and they were given sev
eral substantial tokens of esteem.
Mrs. Henry Giesenhagen will enter
tain the members and friends of the
Methodist Ladies' Aid society next
The band boys will give a dance at
Kuhne's hall April 8.
Mrs. LeRoy Hampson has arrived
home from a visit at Rapid City.
The Methodist Ladles' Aid society
is planning an Easter bazar.
The 500 card club ga-e an Invitation
dance at the hall last Monday even
William Ireland is confined to his
bed with 'a broken arm, the result of
slipping and falling while alighting
from the interurban street car at Moline.
Mrs. Victor Hokinson entertained a
number of her friends and relatives at
her home in the country in honor of
her guests, Mesdames Nelson of Chi
cago. W. Downing and family were
present from Moline.
Mrs. Willis Hobson is able to be op,
after a week's illness.
Mrs. William Allison of Carbon CHIT
was visiting friends here last week.
Claire Corbin made a business . trip
to Chicago In the interests of the East
Moline Midland Motor company.
Miss Beck, assisted by the fifth and
sixth grades here, will give a muslcale
at the McKlnley school Thursday afternoon.
Thomas Wanless recently bought
the Speed residence on Ninth street
and will move there soon.
Mabel Pinkerton and mother visited
Mrs. Lloyd at Carbon Cliff Saturday
Gus Hoffman spent Tuesday at the
home of J. Ewart at Carbon Cliff.
Mrs. F. W. Rettich has been enjoy
Ing a visit from her sister, who re
turned home to Sayre, Okla., last Saturday.
The Country club met with Mr. and
Mrs. George Sleeth last Saturday even
Last Thursday night the 500 club
was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Mat
Mrs. Willis Hobson was visited by
Miss Mabel Klollenberg of Eldridge,
The Saturday Night Card club met
last Saturday evening at the home of
Mrs. Effle Scott was paid a visit by
her granddaughter, Evylln Mills, and
mother, Mrs. John Mills of Sherrard.
Henry Schmidt and family have' re
cently had as a guest, Miss Minnie
Schultz of Carbon Cliff.
Verne Wolfe, conductor on the Rock
Island road, has arrived home from a
visit at Chicago.
Mr. and -Mrs. Johnson of Rock Is
land; and other relatives and friends
from Milan and Reynolds, to the num
ber of 14, were guests Sunday at the
Frank Pershing home.
Miss Cora Price, oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Price, was mar
ried in Chicago last Wednesday to
Robert Wanless of Silvis. Miss Price
has spent the past two years in Bos
ton with relatives, and traveled to Chi
cago from Boston to meet Mr. Wanless.
They are both well and favorably
known here. Mr. Wanless Is emlpoyed
by the Rock Island railroad as super
intendent of the coal chute workmen.
The couple will reside with her par
ents on Fifth street for the present.
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