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:::? fci llii Waaa SETBACKS f IM BpUt la Irmart BMka f BrnwCww Tw Wat May B Onrr BUMt. ' Contrary to statement Tuesday thai DarraMit Merles bad not hiraad with the taken' union No. St sod wopld stand pat on the open ahoD clan, there ctme a split in the rank In Darenport, the first since U strike. although Kock isiana mud Molina owners be ran back IMIng from the 20 per cent wage redaction demands a week ago. Tuesday morning nine bakeries wers holding pat (or the open shop. Tuesday evening one of these shops, the Pine Street baksrr. bolted from the Master Bakers association and signed up with tha anion. This morning Stark's bakery. Daren port did likewise, . tearing seven of the Daren port shops still holding out against paying the old wags scale. . The Hollne Baking company, one Federal bakery in Moline and two Federal bakeries In Hock Island are the only hold outs In these two cities. With the first break in Daren- port there Is likelihood that otters of the Darenport bakeries will sign tha agreement. Otto Fisher, International union renresentatire. held hopes mis morning that this would be the case. It was indicated that ap pointments had been made with others of the shop owners, and some of these will probably be Signed up this evening. The strike is to be narrowed Baking company and the fire Fed eral bakeries in the tri-clties. These will probably maintain a de termined fight to keep open shops. MISSOURI WHEAT. Jefferson City, Mo., May 11. Missouri's 1921 wheat crop indi cates a yield of 15.39 bushels to the acre, a total of 42,262.000 bushels. Jewell Mayes, secretary of the state board of agriculture, and E. A. Lo gan, statistician, declared today in a joint statement, JOURNEYS 6,CC0 MILES TO AMERICA, FINDS HER MOTHER AFTER 18 YEARS' SEPARATION TrarUn tjtf alias acroes the ocean to Bock Island to amps th atrocities of BoUawrtw. hmk Do nor, aged It rears, has found bar Bother, (rem whom she bad been stparaUd sines babyhood. Early last fall, Leah started (or America from bar boms In Belarot ka, Volln, Russia, with bar grand mother, Mrs. Etta Rera Dubor, by whom she was reared, bar haU-sie-tar, Irene Dubor, aged If years, and other relatives. After months of hardships in Russia la obtaining passports and rises, the group fin ally arrived in Rock Island. Jan. 29. Leah's father and mother were divorced before her birth and the mother left her when she was two weeks old. They had never mat since. . The mother, who had given her up becaoae of financial conditions, did not see the little girl during the three' years she llred In Russia be fore coming to this country. Set tling In New York, the mother soon became Americanized and after ward married a man of means. Leah knew that her mother was In America and on coming hero bad advertised In papers trying to find her. However, there were no re sults. At about i the same time, an uncle to the girl, tlbo is also on his way to the United States, happened upon a sister of Leah's mother, in Poland and from here obtained the address of the mother in America. Letters were written and yesterday the mother, who Is in New York, wrote to Rock Island pleading (or her long lost child. "My darling daughter, I hare searched and longed tor you. Please come to me at once, and I will make life sweet for you, as I hare plenty of means," the mother wrote. Not only was the happiness pour ed upon the mother and daughter, but also upon the little old grand- nd ralatires who bare prayed that the search and reunion would ba a anick one. Laah yost recently left for Chi cago, where she Is living with an aunt and ancle, while her half-sister, a daughter of Mrs. DaboVs sec ond wife. Is attending school in Rock Island. The sister and grand mother now reside with the latter's daughter, Mrs. Max Sosna, 1621 Twenty-ninth street. CE. CURIE OF RADIUM F AKE III U. S. (Continued from Flret Past.) ILLINOIS CITY (Special Correspondence.) minois City. III.. May 11. Miss Gertrude Morehoad of Iowa City, and brother, Frank, and wife, were visiting their reUtlres and friends la this vicinity Sunday. Charles Rad cliff, hired man on the Edward Hnber farm, suffered a painful injury last week, when a young colt, which he was break ing, struck him with his head, snap ping the bone In the elbow Joint. Ho was taken to a Muscatine hos pital and is Improving slowly. Frank Morehead, a law student at Iowa City, surprised his many friends here last week, when they received word of his marriage to Miss Francis Moran of Des Moines, a co-ed at the university. They will make their home in Iowa City. Mrs. Charles Schneer was quite painfully injured Tuesday when Bhe was forced to lump from a straw rack when the team of horses became unmanageable. Her son. Charles, had been driving a load of straw from the field, when the horses became frightened and Mrs. Schneer got in the rack to take the reins. When she Jumped, she sprained an ankle. SETT- CERTIFICATES. Washington, May 11. Issuance of a new set of treasury certificates totaling $200,000,000 was . announced. tinue her researches along curative i lines when she returns to Paris. Dr. Robert Abbe, a New York surgeon, who worked years ago alongside of lime. Curie in her Paris laboratory, recently declared that no other woman had ever par sued a trail Into an unknown jungle and brought to light such an "un suspected new factor which had had such a revolutionary influence in science." He said she did not stumble on radium by chance. Dominating- Will. Educated in chemistry and physv ics, she possessed, he said, "the dominating will, the zeal in pur suit the indefatigable working pow- J er, tne seu-sacnncing nrarery. xne same forces which made it possi ble for Peary to reach the North Pole, carried this explorer into an unknown wilderness. Every year a new chapter has to be written about this wonderful substance." The discovery of radium came about in this wise: Professor Roentgen, a German scientist, an nounced his discovery of the X-ray in 1895. These rays possessed the property of emitting radiations- of a special character which were able to penetrate through matter opaque j to ordinary light. A year later H. Becquerel, a French physicist, observed that cer tain uranium preparations emitted rays resembling those discovered by Roentgen. Becquerel rays became the new wonder and by delicate tests were proved to be electrical. Thus began the search for the new element and every form of uranium in laboratories was tested. " Mbm. Curio at this point diverged from the search ot other chemists. She wont to Carlsbad where pitch blende had been mined for a cen tury (or the extraction of uranium in making Bohemian glass and beautiful dyes. Around the mines she found 60 tons of refuse, an an alysis of which proved to be tour times as strong in Becquerel rays as the uranium which . had been taken from the ore. Mme. Curie by long and tedious process of extract ing lead, silver, tin, bismuth and other metallic substances from the pile of refuse dissolved the mass until the residue . was 60 times stronger than uranium. Dr. Abbe says of this: ' "This small remnant glowed in the dark. All but two metals had been eliminated. These were known not to have the slightest radio-ac tirity. Therefore, there could be but one conclusion Mme, Curie was facing a mysterious new force.' Two years later she was able to an- nounce its discorery and her meth od of extracting it from the ore. 6REATTRIC WEIGHED IN DUCES (Continued from First Page.) realms of the spirit. Lloyd-George is keen, quick, alert, ready ana .ith.i l rvi to his own lights in both church and state. He has the niMPinin fondness for intellectual fonfjn. the, Disciple scent for for- rfohate. the Disciple practic ality in working out a "plan of salvation" for the tight little isle vm he seas. And yet who thinks of Lloyd-George as a great nlrltnal or moral interpreter: a Francis, a Cromwell, a Tolstoi. even a Gladstone of his age? "What then remains to be deduct ed from our brief analysis of cer tain typically Disciple types of character T Simply this: that the Disciple temper appears to slant at least toward an emphasis upon the intellectual and practical rath er than upon the distinctly altru istic, mystical or sacrificial ele ments in character.' Then declaring that "personal loyalty to Christ" was an outstand ing Disciple characteristic Profes sor Kershner said, "it was this loyalty which was back of Garfield's dovotion to his church and ot Champ Clark's political and religi ons partisanship." Of former President Garfield, earlier in thi address, the Professor said, "per sonally industrious; personally clean; and personally honest, he stands as genuinely representative of a better class of American citi zenship." "The outstanding virtue of his life, we think, may be fairly said to hare been his religious loyalty. 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