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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1912.
MILLIONAIRE'S UNHAPPY WIFE WOULD GIVE
UP WEALTH FOR CHILDREN AND REAL HOME
y Three FirmFriends That Go'Ara-h-Anriv
j A Pleased Housewife A Sunny Disposition and p
ii - v
Thief Makes Settlement. George
Karageorgas, accused of the tbeft of
1300 of Nick Chlnagolas, bat been re
turned to Davenport and forced to make
a settlement of the cane with his vic
tim. According to the terms of the
settlement, the entire amount with the
court costs win be paid back by Kara
Seorgas. He has already paid the sum
of 160 to Chlnagolas and has given bis
aot for the balance of $230. This was
greed to by Chlnagolas .who did not
wish to prosecute the purlolner of his
savings 1n the event he could secure
the money again.
Find Dead Msn. In a telegram
which was received by the police yes
terday, word Is given of the death of
A. Herrlck, who met a sudden death
Jn a railroad accident at Tama, Iowa.
The police are asked to locate any
relatives Herrlck might have In Dav
enport. As far as can be ascertained,
the dead man has no relatives in this
city. The telegram was forwarded by
Harrison & Youriginan. undertakers of
Tama, to whose establishment rne
dead man was taken after being pick
ed up from the' railroad tracks. No
means c.f Jd-nii;cation other than the
Same A. II rri-1; were to be found by
the Tama authorities.
Withdraw Chare;. With the arri
val of the Atwelakis family in Daven
port Sunday afternoon cud the receipt
Cf a letter by Attorney Prank Cooper
eeterday from the department of
commerce and labor In Washington,
advising that the warrant for the de
portation of the local Greek family
had been -withdrawn .tbe case which
has excited no much interest loci
has been ended. Attorneys Phil Da urn
and Frank Cooper mad" a trip to
Washington. D. C, to represent that
the deportation charges were entirely
unfounded and it Is due to tueir efforts
that the action of Intpecior Whitfield,
ho arrentcd the family ami deported
them from Dnvenport. wes overruled.
"We are fighting a deep laid plot on
the part of three local Greiks, William
Torop, Iymis Cartln and Harry Theofl
Iur," said Attorney Ia:m. "These
men are t:.emJes of Ang'-l-i Polot, the
on cf Mrs. Augi lakls. They have' had
him nrrested on various c-harges In
local i-O'.r'ii, in all cf r u-'-s !io
bag lvti acrjuiitf.l. Not le jr.- ;.bla
to V'-t Mm they I ro.tit th:!r.-..-8
a;y.'i:iit l.ia fnn.Iiy. -i .i: n : , i .e;:r.ay af
fJavlts char;ii.g f at the family was
apt to b-'como public If .rx,ui."
Obltjary Record. Jci.u ruin,, r, 77
yours old, d.oJ .Sund:. Liv.it tl 8
1 -v. '
1 t-ii' i I
7 --," t!5S'iik.,,.H
novo the tcife of
Wheeler, Jr., the
tcho tight end of
ten to give all the
hat and all the it
for a REAL home,
and for children
to climh upon her
kneet, and tcho
thinks the fates
against her b y
giving her every
thing out what
she desires most,
In the accom
graph M r t .
Wheeler is seen
in her $3,000
0oim which is
said to have daz
at th cojtty L.ti:li.L cud it rem the Aledo hii:h school
age was the cuutte or d. atU. 'I he h. ino j led elocu'iou an.', voice ci
Of deceased waji formvrly at Princ-'on Matt r taui-ht private h:.peB
at the home of the bride's parents, 0u8
south Hickory street, 'i he c -i-'Wony
was perform, d in the precfct? of .ev-enry-fi'.e
g';ests by H"v. F. Swensun.
I.ittie :.i!s Dorothy Jch:'-on, b s'tr of
ihe Lr.ile. h-rvtd as maid !n waitiine.
D'.uitij; lh Ce!"V,r; y Ull,siie I:
hin:i:i was pii.vi d by Dvid
r llerfr. wl,''h aj f:llowtd by the
UiHt'h f:om M'ti'i' 'jt:3Vi. Mrs.Wt.-r-tlrfii-ton
is one of A'e-lo's i. ni tal
ented young laiiie. After praduatiug
in ix- ' A I. do;
kad not been made yost-.Tday.
Itst Wclncsday vnii:g at S o'clock day to vitit Mrs. .McDado's husband,
who is timekeeper lor the Advance
Dicc-nscd to td: Lewis R. Brown,
Seaton, aitu Lucy Kobbim:, Keilha
l.urg; JaciM fiobert Weith'r.gton, Os
ccjia, Ark., and lluldati A. Johnson,
William O. liobbiii, Keiths
d Juja Gay lor, Keitusl urg;
'an '5. iiudrtou, Kock Island, and Ina
I'. oh-rtb. Taylor Kidge; William
.it '. i. Woo Kvin, Galefburg, aud Myrtle
Alice Woods, !;. nolds.
Miss I'.erthJ hspi-land and Miss Mar
g';eritc Myeis Ic.'t for thtur homo in
Kadi !fte, lo a a, Thurtday, after tspend
iufc a lew days with Mr! and Mrs.
II. C o'. : . n.
Mr. and .Airs. Wilbur Peck of Hock
k-laiid a;id daughters. ?irs. M. II.
Girl Burns Arm. Ala Dominisky,
aged 6 years, was the victim of a
painful accident at 9 Sunday forenoon
at the home, Third street and Seven
teenth avenue. The mother was busy
making soap and the little eirl slipped
ber arm into the boiling tub of grease,
the flesh being horribly burned as far
up as the elbow. A physician was call
ed in attendance..
Firm Goes Bankrupt. C. L. Joy. ref
eree in bankruptcy,-is now sending out
notices to the effect that Shadle Bros.,
Molice contractors, were adjudged
bankrupt Saturday, Aug. 31, and that
the first meeting of creditors is set fof
10 a. m., Saturday, Sept 14, in the of
fice of the referee in room 314, Iowa
building, in Sioux City, Iowa. Mem
bers of the firm are Walter K. Shadle,
now a Tesident of Sioux City, and Jay
D. Shadle of this city.
Reports a Robbery. Michael Breu
nen reports to the police of East Mo
line that he was robbed of $17 Sunday
evening while pitting in a waiting room
of the interuiban railwav at Eleventh
street in Eat Mo'line. James Rogers
Ms under arrest and will be given a
hearing. Louis Ender and Oscar Webb
were arraigned in the court of Magis
trate Cartwright in East Moline charg
ed with disturbing the peace atid with
resisting an officer. Each man was
fined $2'"i0 and. costs, and in default of
payment they made a trip to the coun
tv jail, where they will spend some
time with Sheriff Bruner.
Retires to Take Farm. F. O. Nel
son of 1525 Eleventh avenue retired
Faturday as woodworker in the arsenal
shops after 1C years cf continuous ser
vice. He has made arrangements to
move to South Dakota, where he will
homestead a farm. Mr. Nelson will be
accompanied by his wife and two
sons. He came to Moline 23 years
ago and followed his trade as n. car
penter. Sixteen years ago he cast his
lot with Uncle Sam and since that
time he has worked steadily In the
woodworking department of the ar
senal shops. Last year, when the gov
ernment opeuoil the Rosebud reserva
tion, j.lr. Nelson took a chance and
I drew No. 751. When he went north
i to file on his clnitn he -vas given No.
: -J-S4, as a result of others failing to
j fihj on their claims. He new has 160
acres cf fme land lr. Juliette county,
j which ho limit homestead to become
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of the new house. In a very few min
utes several hundred dollars were
At 3 o'clock the fraternal addresses
ere heard. Speakers were the Hev.
E W. ThompKou of Silvis, the Rev.
Malcolm Miller of Kast Moline, the
Rev. D. S. MtCowu uud the Kev. J. S.
Iowa, li're n-halvrn r.-id-. He hud ' year, when she was ii.i.le instructor
b-n tin limiuto of hu w:uty hohpital I in the public schooi cf Osceola, Ark.
since March 10. Funeral urraiiKeaieuta I Mr. Werthliipton is a youns business
man. now located at Osceola, Ark. Mr.
and Mr Vrt,i:.tr,n will h -t hnm.i a" aj laua. oi- tw
in SU..,t IS r.t u-ni' ir.w- . ! hester, are visiting with their daugh
Br-iwrsvilile, Tenn.. In March, where
they will make th";r future home.
The Mioses Grace and Jofcbie Evans
TI . I 1 , '
"""'s'111' wifJhe aearn occurred Sat-1 Cmnming of Moline; tho Hev. T. E.
uiday at the city hospital, us laid to j Newland and the Hev. C. E. Hawkins
rest in Riverside cemetery afttr fu- j of Kock Island. Under the able lead
neial services held at 2 this afternoon 1 crtship of Dr. Smith further funds
in the la'e home, 1217 Twelfth street, J wc-ro raised at the afternoon service.
Rev. Mr. Ciinmins officiating. Death' The largest number of the day path
was d'ie to peritonitis. She was born joied in the evening to hear Dr. Frank
near Coal Valley Feb. 6, ISs". Sur- Cole, pastor of St. John's church, Dav-
i vivors ere her mother, Mrs. Fay Spen- I enport, and they were well repaid. The
ter ar.d sister, Mrs. R. T. Thompson.
Mrs. C. E. Kellogg and two sons
v. eiit to Peoria Wednesday to spend a
few days with Mrs. Kellogg's sister,
Mr. A. L. Thompson aud children,
who have been making a short visit
here with Mrs. Thompson's nlfters.
left Thursday for their home in Biggs-
Mrs. H. H. Hollemback and Mrs.
James Day and three daughters spent
Thursday in Reynolds with Mrs. Hol
lembeck's niece, Mrs. C. E. Mlnteer.
Mrs. Joseph Mehan and Mrs. An
drew Field went to Galesburg Wednes
day to see Mrs. Mehan's sister, who
Is ill In a hospital in that city.
Mrs. E. M. Miller end Mrs J. V.
Coffland spent Wednesday In Mon
mouth at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
The marrlRge of James Robert
Werthlngton of Rrownville, Tenn.. end
Mrs. P. A. Johnson of Aledo, occurred
Mrs. Anna Strieker, and Miss Ella Pet-
I spent Thursday in Hock Island.
irs. r. j. r.ioison, wno nas Deen ; erFon.
; spending a few days with her da;if;h- Mrs. F. Ptransberry, who has been
ter. Mrs. G. A. Anderson, left Thurs-i n aking a ten days' visit at the homf
day for her home in New Windsor. ', ci Mr. and Mrs.' James Walls, left
Ten ladies of the North Side Sewing1 Thurtday for her home in Piqua, Ohio,
club spent Thursday at the Watch , Fhe was accompanied home by her son,
Tower. i E. W. Ftransberry, of Ixingmont, Col.,
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. i who joined her here a few days ago.
Lewis S. Harvey last Tuesday. ; The Advance Construction company
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thompson of ; ie now laying the new paving on South
Salt I-ake, Utah, who have been visit- College avenue. Only one mixing ma
ing heTe with Mr. and Mrs. Glen j c ine has fceen use1 but at leaet tw0
Thompson, left Wednesday for Alexis, I OTe wI" be starred soon. The pav
ing as far as completed looks like a
fer, living at 1217 Twelfth street, this
city; two brothers, Martin Colvln of
Chicago anci John of this city, and four
sisters, Henrietta, May, Mabel and
Maria, all of Moline.
William Bowman, aged CO, formerly
of this city, died at the county infirm
and Mrs. John Prince have gone to
camp below Davenport.
Carroll Cincent of Moline visited
Ralph Lee recently found a fine
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were guests o
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Young and Miss
Nellie Winans attended the Chautau
qua at Port Byron Sunday.
J. T. Young has gone to Loveland,
Colo., for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. G. W. Johnston of Senora, 111.,
and Mrs. Walter 1'loog and daughter
Miu ills of Moline. have been visiting
pieachcr chose the texts "Without the . at the home of Mrs. Mary Whitehead.
Biioumng or Diooci mere is no remis
sion," and "ChriFt our Passover."
At the conclusion of the sermon Dr.
Smith again took charge and addition
al pledges were scured to enable the
trustees to present the church for ded-
ary at 5 Friday afternoon. Death was ' ication. The impressive and solemn
due to asthma. He had been ailing for j service of dedication followed,
about five years. He had no near rela- ! Eight of the young Methodist con
tives as far as is known. i gregation in East Moline can better be
I imagined than described. The organi
zation was effected only a year ago
where thev will visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. P T. Farm and ch!l-1 substantial roadway. The curb
drn wont tn v windanr ThnrSH:.x- i Is being extended on Seventh I
to attend the annual Swedish Sunday i E'reet-
school picniCA I '"'1''ss S"68 Robertson returned to
Miha it'a vrtrAB rot,.rr, h. ; t home la New Windsor Wednesday
ALL THE TIME
Shellhorn Lady Suffered a Gre&t
Deal, But Is Ail RihlNow.
Shellhorn, Alt. In a letter f rom thti
place, Mrs. Carrie May sa:- s: "A short
time ago. I commenced to have weak
pells and headache. I felt had all
the time, and soon crew so bad I
couldn't stay up. I thought I woeld die.
At last my husband g jt tne a bottle
f Cardul, and It helped m; so he rot
lomi more. After I had taken the
second bottle, I was entirely well.
I wish every Udr. tufTering from
womanly trouble, would try Cardul.
It la the best medicine I know of. It
ld toe more good than anything I ever
Cardul U a woman's tonic a
strengthening medlr;n for women.
Dade from icgreaienls that act sp
UtuUon to glowing good health.
Aa a remedy for woman's Ills, It has
ft successful record ot over CO year.
Your drugsift sell It. Please try It.
H. B Vr.lt 'o: Lit V AivHory Drw.. Ch'
Wednesday from Elmwood, where she
'after a two weeks' visit here
has been visiting Miss -"lvian Whit
ing aud other frien.is.
T. H. McGinnis cf Trllare, S. D., has
come to make an extended visit with
his sisters, Mrs. Scott Hunt and Mrs.
John T. Mitchell.
Mrs. George Morrow of Joy visited j
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. i
Osborn and her sister, Mrs. Bertha '
t-syeiaca oi Kuacnrr. low a, wno was
vlsltitg at the Osborn home.
Mrs. Eliza Hampton went to Kirk
wood Tuesday -to spend a few days
with her daughter. Mrs. George Hen
derson. She w
by her daughter. Mrs. Ida Williams
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robertson
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Miller.
! Mies Faye Goddard, who has been
: making an extended visit here with j
I her cousin, Mrs. C. A. Beers, left j
Thursday for her home In Faribault, j
Minn. She was accompanied as far j
1 at Rock Island by Mrs. Beers. I
Elwood Summers and Miss May)
Classen, who have been spending a
I few days here with Mr. and Mrs. D.
I L. Wilson, left for Rock Island Thurs-
traction. All are wanted to come with
oasKets or dinner r.nd enjoy the day.
Miss Frances Hebel returned home
from Joy Wednesday after a few days'
visit with 'friends.
Dr. E. B. Davids of this city has
been appointed a special representa
tives of Illinois at the Nebraska state
fair this year and will leave soon for
Lincoln. Dr. David has been a mem
ber of the state board of agriculture
which, has the management of the Il
linois staV fair.
Mrs. James Louck and niece, Mie6 peached a strong sermon.
i Ornha Smith, went to Oauawka Wed- Dr. Smith also had charee of the fl-
as accompanied there j resday to spend a few days with nances and at the conclusion of the
friends. ! sermon a statement was made of the
this summer, work on the church be
ing started last spring. For so much
to be accomplished in so short a time
speaks volumes for the toil and sac
rifice of the people. The mouths of
effort, prayer and hope have been re
warded and now the beautiful church
home, dedicated to the worship of
God, will be thoroughly enjoyed. One
of tho most thiriug departments of
the church is the excellent choir com
posed entirely of young people. The
work done by the choir during the ser
ices on dedication Sunday will long
I be remembered by all who were so
! fortunate as to hear the anthems,
i Great credit is due the trustees, Dr.
j Dr. G. F. Johnson, G. F. Schilling and
Before a large audience -Dr. Alex- I u w- LMCK- wno nave guen lreel
ander Smith of Rock Island dedicated 1 pf money and time t0 tnlB I,ew en,fcr"
the new Methodist church in East Mol- Irise- TheBe men also 6erved as the
ine Sunday evening. The day was one ,,uildln6 committee,
never to be tprgotten bv the East Mol- The LadieB' Ald cannot be too highly
ine Methodists. The opening service ' PrlBed for share in the work. With
was 10:30 a. m., when Dr. - Smith ! luu ttuu B"-11"'-" l"0)'0,c "'""sul
Mrs. E. E. Swann and daughter
Belle have been here from Camanche,
Iowa, spending some time with Mr.
Mis. Ruey Buffum has been spend
ing some time in Rock Island with
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
at Mr. E. Nortons Thursday Sept. 5,
at which time there will be an elec
tion of officers.
Mrs. G. G. Johnson and children of
Rock Island and are visiting Hampton
Mrs. C. M. Donaldson of Springfield,
111., has been visiting at D. W. Cooks.
Charles Mohr and family of Daven
port and Louis and Edward Mohr or
Grandmound, Iowa, visited Edward
Mr. and Mrs. George Oltman of
Henry' county are visiting at Charles
Mrs. May Guckert has returned
from a visit of several weeks with
relatives at Pleasant Valley, Iowa.
Inflammatory Rheumatl.m Quickly
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, In 4,
Bays: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and Joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollea almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed tor six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried Dr.
Lelchon's Relief for Rheumatism. It
gave Immediate relief and she was able
to walk in three days. I am sure It
saved her life." Sold by Otto Grotjan.
1001 Second avenue, Rock Island, and
Gust. Schlegel & Son, 220 Second
news all the time The
son of CLicBgo are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erick
on. Mrs. O. C. Browers spent Thursday
with relatives in North Henderson.
Miss Phoebe McMillan, who haa
been spending two weeks with her
cousin, left Thursday for her home
in Ray. She was accompanied home
ana granaaaugnter, u.ss .Mary il-1 . L c Thompson went to New Wind-: eraoant ofmoney already pledged and
nu peui ine oay in mat c:ty. ! eor Thursday to spend a few days
The Misses Delia and Rhoda Erick- :!th his brother
Mr6. T. H. Robinaon and children
of New Eoston spent Wednesday he? '
with Mr. ar.d Mrs. A. J. Sweet.
Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins cf Milan is
visiting her brother John Leek.
H. H. Wangcr recently received 30
views cf the Panama canal zone from
his nephew, Glenn Barcroft, who at
one time resided in this city. Mr.
for the happy end of a church home.
Rev. Qeorge Cady is pastor of the
rew church and has lent his untiring
efforts to the erection of the new
home. He is much liked by his pas-
the amount needed to cover the cost torate ana acffrvc9 mucn creQU Ior
the thriving condition of the church.
C. W. Hipk of East Moline was in
charge of the building of the church,
by Mrs. C. N. Vertree. '
Mr. and Mrs. Archbald McKinner
n the womanly organs, and A"-HaF "d Mari0D' 6t' ' Mr
to build up th. womanly con- LYlht T ' b'JrR T
i. a vi.v ka.thts week and were the guests of , and Mi
IM tj.. Cmijxki. T-n.. for t-ifrX'Ti
ulrurtH'Hi, and 6-r.- tm. HJ.-V I rr'&ul
Wtwii, mm la ptA-a ratP'
fist the Original end Benulna
MALTED F.I I LK
Barcroft ie now a civil engineer anJ
Is stationed on the canal.
. ctiiu .uic. i. icirv ui ivrnuo , tmt an m mut m
Ulted here ThursJar with Mr.! fOOa-OnnK 167 AH AflS.
guests of . and Mrs. A. W. Swanson. 1 For I:.fnfi. Ir.valvi.anHClrnwTnff chMrrn.
their cousin, Mrs. Gecrge M. JamUon. ! The annual picnic of the Mercer i Piae Nutrition. uobuildinfl
HnvBoone Onuawka lj county W. C. T. U. will be held at Ingorat the nursing mother and the aged.
Ind m t tTevUDCJr ' , rtau,8Uua at Viola. Rkh b forn.
and Mrs. J. H. Macklm. I Wednesday, Sept. 4. Rev. Giddlngs of j -" B .
Mrs. E. J. McDade of Waukesha, ' Pre-ecpticn will make the address In! A qukk bnch prepare! la a minute.
Wi.. and sister. Miss Ilatterice Buck- the morning and Mr. Hobson. temper-! Take BO substitute. AiLfof HORUCK'S.
ley or ixa Anyeiea, tal. came Tues-1 ance teacher, will be the afternoon at-1 lint Sri AlfSf r ?'fr Tftrtt
and the frescoing was dons by the
Peters Frescoing company of Chicago.
The supper at the M. E. church Fri
day evening netted the church a nice
Bum. There wiii be a watermelon and
Ice cream social at the s&me place
Friday evening Sept. 12.
Miss Alice Vogel of Rock Island vlB
lted friends Sunday.
School will begin Tuesday Sept. 3.
The teachers will be Miss Plurca Hae
fel, Miss Louise Forebrg and Mlj
Mr. and Mrs. IL W. Lee and Mr,
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Since its organization 60 years ago, no depositor of this
bank ever found it unable 1 1 unwilling to meet its obliga
tions to him.
With it3 increasing strength and watchful management,
depositors have assurance that the record of the past
will be the experience of the future.
Deposit your funds in this bank and know that they will
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INTEREST 0?J SAVINGS
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital (200,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00
PHIL MITCHELL, President. K. T. ANDERSON, Cashier
I. 6. WHITE, Vice President. C. F. CHANNON, Assistant Cashlyr.
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