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THE ROCK ISEAND ABGUS. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1912.
Divorce Granted. Divorce from hi
mil has been granted to Albert An
rtble in bis suit against Emma' An
nable. Tbe ground alleged was de
sertion. The couple were married Jan.
7, im. .
Deeerte Child, - Scribbling a plea for
for ber little child and Siring pover
ty as tbe reason tor ber actions, Mrs.
Sadie Caratens, supposed to be of Du
buque, deserted ber seven weeks' old
boy at tbe Saratoga hotel this morn
Ins and has not been seen since. Tbe
Child Is now in the care of the juven
ile home authorities, and will be taken
care of until some definite disposition
tie time of ber demise was 43 years of
age. The remains will be sent to Gut
ten berg Friday for burial.
At 8:50 o'clock yesterday morning
at big home, 202 East Fifth street, fol
lowing a lingering Illness, occurred
the death of Detlef Jacobsen, aged 61
years. Tbe deceased was born Dec 31,
1S50, In Toten, Germany, coming to
the United States In 1882. Dec 9, 18S6,
be was united in marriage to Miss An
na M. Waldman, who survives. In ad
dition to his wife he is survived by one
sister. Miss Catherine Jacobsen, In
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
her son Charles, one and a half
miles north of Mt. Joy, occurred the
death of Mrs. LIzzW Diedrich, aged 73
years. Some time ago Mrs. Diedrich
suffered a stroke of paralysis, which
Indirectly caused her death. The de-
tbe city board of health by which
all public meetings have been prohibit
ed for the last two weeks to prevent
the spread of contagious diseases ws
withdrawn yesterday. Churches,
schools and theatres will be permitted
to reopen today.
Class No. 4 of the First Methodist
Episcopal church met at the home of
Mrs. W. U Eddy and organized a club
called the Wide Awakes. Willie Nich
ols wss elected president and Con
Smith was elected secretary. The
members of the club are as follows:
Willie Nichols. Con Smith. Marcellus
Birkenmeyer, Harold Hodson, Willie
Tompson, Lenard Rishell and Gene
Mrs. F. H. Caldwell of Milan enter-
LEADEA OF "FIGHTING ALLENS" NOW BELIEVED TO HA VE ELUDED .
PURSUERS AND MADE HIS WAX WITH NEAREST OF KIN TO MEXICO.
Wagonload ef Moonafilna atltli Confla
eatao at the Ham of Floyd Allan,
and Dataotfv D. a BakSvIn,
Leading the Pomm
. DetecttvM encsired In tbe hunt for
members of the Allen family who es
caped lnte the Bine Aidra mountaai
after tbe "shooting np" of the Car- ,
roll eouaty court bouse st Hlllsvtll, '
Vs.. admit It may be weeks or svea
months before they capture the out
laws. Tha opinion that Bldna Allen
and his nearest of kin have eluded
their purvuers and made their way to
Mexico Is gaining ground.
Is made of It. Tbe police
apprebeuded, Mrs. Sadie Walker,
alias sCriaene. yesterday after
noon at Savanna, III., and she has
been returned to Davenport. She Is
now at th house of detention where
she will remain until something Is
done with h or case.
Has Leg Broken. Ernst Wilson, an
employe of the Davenport Elevator
company, bad his right leg broken
while working in a grain elevator
Tuesday aboiX S o'clock. He was re
moved to St. Luke's hospital in the
city ambulance and medical attention
given him. Wilson resides at Rock-
Ingham roadand Michigan avenue.
Negresses Sentenced. Carrie Wll
Hams and ESsle Davies, two colored
women who ware implicated In the
cutting affray In which Thomas New
ton was slashed in the hand with a
razor, were sentenced to 30 days each.
Tbe Williams woman. It Is claimed,
did the cutting and a charge of assault
and battery was brought against her.
The charge of Intoxication was prefer
red against the other woman.
OWtusry Record- At 1 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, following a long
asd Severe Illness, occurred the death
of Mrs. Elisabeth R. Ovens, wife of
.W. J. Ovens. 600 West Seventeenth
street. The deceased was born July
14, 1870, In iGuttenberg. Iowa, and at
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Confer Degrees. Third degree" in
Odd Fellowshln was conferred on a
class of 14 candidates at the Manufac
turers lodge hall Tuesday evening.
Work was conducted by the degree
staff of Swedish Olive lodge. The af
fair was a joint arrangement between
the two local branches of the order,
the men receiving the degree being
from both lodges.
Maxson Visits School. Interest In
the work being accomplished by the
night school for foreigners continues
to grow, and there is scarcely an even
ing the classes are in sesnion at the
Irving building but that there is a
group of visitors present. Among
those who visited classes Tuesday ev
ening were C H. Maxson, superintend
ent of schools; R. W. Entrikin, secre
tary of the board of education, and
Mrs. O. F. Anderson, member of the
board. Nmety-thre pupils were in at
Sherman to Talkv Hon. I T. Sher
man will speak here Saturday night,
instead of Friday nlgnt, and in the
Barrymore theatre instead of the Mo-
line. Orvllle F. Berry of Carthage, for
mer state senator, and now president
of the railroad and warehouse commis
sion, also will address the voters In
Mr. Sherman's behalf. Mr. Sherman
is seeking the toominatlon of United
States senator on the republican ticket.
and bis campaign is being managed
by W. A. Rosenfleld of Rock island.
Mr. Sherman and Mr. Berry will ad
dress voters of Rock Island the same
night they speak here.
Additional 8chool Room. Enroll
ment In Fairview school on the Co-
lona road in South Moline township
a school, by the way, which has been
winning many certificates from the
state for Its excellence is such that
the school trustees have been forced
to provide additional quarters for next
year. Arrangements have been made
to rent the down-town hall, beginning
next September, for one school year,
and in the summer of 1913, a new
school building large enough to accom
modate all pupils, win be erected. The
present enrollment at. Fairview is 54.
The plan of using two buildings next
year will mean that services of an ex
tra teacher must be engaged.
and relatives Monday. Miss Smith
will depart for her borne Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nichols and son
Mack and daughter Elizabeth left Sun
day evening for Vinton, Iowa, where
they will visit with Mr. Nichol's
mother. This will be the first time
that the entire family has been togeth
er for 30 years.
William Goldsmith, collector of taxes
for Black Hawk township, turned over
his hooks Monday. ".
Mrs. Clara Cropper was taken to
the Watertown hospital Monday for a
treatment of nervousness.
Miss Blanche Cantr. who was home
from Knox college for her spring vaca
tion, returned Monday to the college,
where ehe will resume her course.
Leslie Young and Miss Flossie
Blakely were , married at Tacoma.
Wash., March 13. Mrs. Young will be
remembered here, being John Blake-
lrs daughter, who formerly resided
about three miles west of Milan.
The Monday club met at the home
of Mrs. F. W. Boulton Mondav even-
ing. The members present were as
follows: Tbe Misses Florence. Ber
nice and Maud Hull, Katheryn White.
Ruth Ruge, Ruth Stevens. Pauline
Bowman, Marie Milstead, Evallne
Cresy, Adah Martin and Mrs. F. L
Stevens. After the business meeting
and the sewing arrangements had
been completed, the alarm was given
that a flood was Imminent and they
all hurried home.
Mrs. William Kale returned home
Wednesday after having spent the past
two weeks at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Shunning of guard lock No. 35.
V-.'. ' ' va?!.- - . '5'vV
ceased was born April 5, 1838, in
Weckersbagen Krelshofgeismar Hes-sen-Kassel.
coming to Scott county,
June 24. 1869. In July of the same
year she was united in marriage to
Charles Diedrich, who preceded her in
death In 1882. Tbe couple had engag
ed In farming In Sheridan township.
Tbe following children survive: Mrs.
August Kaehl, Charles, Herman,
held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from
the home, with Interment taking place
In Pine Hill cemetery.
Ban In Kewanee Is Raised.
Kewanee, March 28. The order of
tained eight young ladies at a 7 o'clock
dinner Saturday in honor of her daugh
ter Gertrude's 19th birthday anniver
sary. The party was to have been
Wednesday, but on account of bad
weather It was postponed until Satur
day evening. ' In tbe dining room the
table centerpiece was a vase of pink
carnations, streamers of green tissue
?TU.!Ja4 rf" . Tbe.De.n!1 i1 beere stretched from tbe chandelier to
h ail A tTSiJsia m mm In a 1A A'alA1 1
tended and some very Interesting short
lectures were given.
Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Giddings and
daughter Esther of Preemption visited
Thursday with Rev. and Mrs. F. I.
Waldo Seidel of New Mexico Is vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. H. Boyd of Galva is visiting at
the home of bis sister, Mrs. F. L
Sylas A. Strickland, Jr., of Detroit,
Mich., returned home Sunday for a
brief visit with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Sylas Strickland, Sr.
Thomas Laflin, Joseph Willhlte, H.
S. Myers, John Tlndall, Allie Bear and
Fred Saulpaugh have built a little
cabin three miles west of Milan and
are enjoying themselves trapping and
Mr. and Mrs. John Mack of Wanlock
visited Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Mack's father, Miles Kehoe of Van
The Misses Anna L. Smith of Co
lumbus, Neb., and Anna Dickson of
Rock Island called on Milan friends
"I was undr th treatment of two doctors," writes
Mrs. R. L Phillipc of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro
nounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak
ness. I was not able to sit tip, when I commenced to
I used it a boot one week, before I saw much change.
Hcmr, the severe pain, that bad been In my side for years,
ha gone, and I don't suffer at all I am feeling better than
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it you art one of those aiKng women who suffer from any
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the corners of the table, where they
were tied, and the electric lights were
covered with green ebades. An elab
orate luncheon was served. The even
ing was spent playing games and with
music. Mies Vera Hinkley won tbe
prize, which was a hand painted plate.
Miss Marjorie Caldwell gave several
selections on the piano and Eleanor
Franning of Galesburg rendered sev
eral toloa. Those present . were the
Misses Adah Martin, Lenora Nice, Vera
Hinkley, Eiva Allsbrow, Katheryn
Smith and Hazel Applequist. . Miss
Caldwell was the recipient of many
George Nichols of Zanesvllle, Ohio,
visited Wednesday at the home of his
brother. W. F. Nichols.
Mrs. Ed Newcomb and daughter
Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. George Chaney
and daughter Elizabeth and Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Carpenter of Rock Island
visited at the home of their mother.
Mrs. C. Chaney of Milan
Miss Mamie Heath is visiting with
relatives and friends in Taylor Ridge.
Hon. C. J. Searle of Rock Island,
who Is running for congress, address
ed a large audience at the town hall
Tbe Osseo tribe of Red Men, No.
377t, went to Moline last Saturday
night to ansist King Philip tribe in
Initiating 7Gcandidates from Sherrard
into the mysteries of tha order.
Miss Agnes Hanson of Rock Island
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Hanson of Big Island.
Mrs. William B ugh art and son Louis
of Rock Island spent Sunday with
Mrs. Bushart's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A local option meeting was beld in
the Presbyterian church Sunday even
ing after church. It was very well at-
New Way to Make Apple
Served With Hard Sauce or Cream
By Mrt.Jatift McKenzie Hill, Editor oj
. the Boston Cooking School magazine
Here is a new way to make apple
dumplings that will surely please every
housewife, for it is not necessary to
have whole apples, and the juice cannot
run out and burn as with apple dump
lines where the ancle is placed in the
center and the dough turned np around
it. The bicuit part forms a crispy
sneu that holds the apples ana juice.
B C apU DrapUass
One and one-half cuts sifted flour;
teaspoonful salt; 3 level teaspoonfuls
K C Baking Powder; cup shorten
ing; about )i cup milk; apples.
Fill the cups of a buttered muffin pan
with pared and sliced apples, sprinkle
with salt and turn two or three table
spoonfuls of water into each cup. Sift
together, three times, the flour, salt and
wiping yyj nun, win km uic miui uuiiij
and tiux to a soft dough with the milk.
Drop the dough from a spoon with the
apples in the cups, givingit a smootn ex
terior. Let bake about twenty-five min
ntes. Invert the pan on s large serving
dish. Put asDoonful of hard sauce abov
the apple in each dumpling and finish
wun a grating of nutmeg.
-fhif 1 only one of the man? new. delicto aad
apprtanaf tectpea contained in the K C Cook a
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caa KC Baking Powder to the J rr Mrs.
Co.. Chirazo. be mutt to vet ihe 25-ceot aue
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Miss Martha Welts visited Sunday
with iher cousin, Miss Mabel Weitz 6t
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beckwlth of Dav
enport visited with Mrs. Beckwith's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Holland.
Mr.and Mrs. Larson and Miss Effle
Williams of Orion attended the funer
al of Gordon Williams, an uncle.
The Misses Vera and Blanche Swank
visited Sunday with their cousin, Miss
Mildred Adams, at the Moline hos
pital, where she is receiving treatment
following an operation for appendicitis.
Miss Adams is improving.
Gregory Newbauer attended the rail
way safety appliance exposition at Chi
cago the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis March
20 welcomed to their home twin boys,
but their home was saddened by the
deth of one.
Mr. Phillips of Rock Island, clerk
of the iead camp, lectured and also
discussed the new rates of the M. W.
A. here last week.
The Ladies' Aid society met at the
home of Mrs. Ed Frary March 21 for
the business meeting. Officers were
elected for the coming year as fol
lows: President, Mrs. John Ken
nedy; vice president, Mrs. William
Mltton; secretary, Mrs. J. Washburn;
treasurer, Mrs. Tom Laughery; presi
dent of work committee, Mrs. W. I
Lloyd; helpers of the work committee.
Mrs. Scott Kennedy and Mrs. T.
Laughery. After all business was
transacted lanch was served.
Otto Weltz has accepted a position
with his uncle, George Weltz of Stock-
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. McKenrick enter
tained at their home Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Perelne of Rock Island and Mr.
and Mrs. Tom King of Moline.
Justin Washburn and Miss Margaret
O'Donnell attended the teachers' meet
ing at East Moline Saturday.
Thursday, March 21, Mrs. Charles
Louden of Coaltown entertained the
Larkin soap club of Carbon Cliff. Ow
ing to bad roads not all the club could
be present. After the business had
been transacted Mrs. Louden served a
very nice lunch. Thone of the club
that were present report a very nee
John Swank has purchased the gro
cery and dry goods stock of H. A.
Shroeder, Mr. Swank taking posses
sion of the store Tuesday.
Mrs. John Holland and Mrs. George
Holland visited with friends at Moline
Fred Meeska has purchased a lot
owned by Ed Kendal and is now hav
ing plans drawn for two bouses, the
one on this lot and one recently pur
chased on First avenue.
Mrs. Frank Bay and daughter, Mrs.
Elwood Witherspoon of Moline. were
business callers here Tuesday.
P. W. Beckwlth will erect a cottage
on his vacant lot
Mrs. F. H. McKenrick left for a short
visit with her brother, John Duncan
of Clinton, Iowa, and at Camanche.
Iowa, with two sisters, Mrs. Frank
Willis and Mrs. Charles McKenrick.
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of her neighbors and friends gave her
a little surprise by gathering at the
home in the evening. She "was the
recipient of many nice gifts. A lap
luncheon was served.
Grandpa Pollock of Villa Ridge ar
rived a few days ago to make his home
with his daughter, Mrs. Lewis.
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Mrs. William Driggs entertained the
Thimble club tbe latter part of the
week. The out of town ladies present
were Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Taae, Mrs.
Fair and Mrs. William Driggs, Jr.
Mrs. Wise visited over Sunday with
her daughter, Mrs. Charles Nelson, at
Barstow, and also with her sister at
Revival services at the Methodist
church are drawing a large attendance
each night. Quite a number came up
from the First Congregational church
of Moline last evening and a crowd
from fiilvis ia expected tonight.
Everett Cosner left Sunday afternoon
for Rock Island to accept a position
aa an electrical helper. '
Mrs. 8. P. Coiner Is spending sev
eral days in Rock Island with her
daughter, Mrs. Die km an.
Monday being the sixth birthday an
niveraary of Master Kenneth Browning
he celebrated it by Inviting 10 of his
little friends to his home. The rooms
were beautifully decorated in red,
white and blue Game were played
and at delicious' two course luncheon
was served. Each child received an
Easter favor. .
Saturday being the birthday anniver
sary of Airs. Otto Peterson a number
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