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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
husband, who was called, reached the
scene early enough to find Tom. Roche
in flight. Snider gave chase and cap
tured the man, who is charged with
having had 20 of Snider's chicks in a
sack. Roche , was arraigned before
Magistrate Cartwright in East Moline
police court this forenoon and was
bound over to the grand jury. Bail
was 'fixed at $500.
Two Fire Calla. Fire laddies out of
the bluff station were busy responding
to two fire alarms Tuesday evening.
THOUGH PRESSED WITH CARES OF STATE,
KAISER FINDS TIME FOR GRANDCHILDREN
Is Granted Divorce. Upon the ap
plication of Mrs. Marie Barkeg. a di
vorce was granted yesterday from
her husband, Albert Barked. The
jlalntiff, through her attorney,
George W. Scott, sued on the grounds
of cruel and Inhuman treatment. The
defendant entered a cross- petition on
the same grounds by his attorney,
Uses Knife In Assault. For assault
ing H. C. Llttlg of Llttlg Brothers,
contractors, Tuesday afternoon. Ed
Harris, a laborer, was yesterday
inornlng sentenced to 10 days in Jail
in Justice W. R. Malnes' court. Har
rl:t plead guilty to an assault and
battery charge. A second case
Jipaltibt him on the charge of assault
with Intent to commit great bodily
Injury, Information eworn out by
John Llttlg, also member of the firm
Llttlg Bros., was continued. It is
charged that Harris drew a knife and
Lttcmpted to attack Mr. Llttig fol
lowing a disagreement over work.
Obituary Record. Ella Henrietta
Hcnsch passed away at the home of
her narents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hensch, 241 South Lincoln avenue, j
yesterday morning at the age of 20 ;
years, after a lingering illness. She j
was born in Davenport, Sept. S, lS91,i
and graduated from the public)
fichoclu. The Burvivors are her par-j
erits. one sister. Miss Hilda, arid two j
brothers, George and Walter, all at j
borne. The funeral will be held from;
the home of her parents at 2 oilocit
Saturday afternoon, with interment in
Capper Tetzner died Tuesday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock at the Mercy
hospital, after a short illness of one
week's duration, at the age of 71
years. He was born April 12, 1841.
In Holsteln, Germany. He was mar-
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i niiff' ill n il nil tini'
Kataar William rid hla grandchildren.
It isn't any small thins to ran a big country like Germany, and
.when on doe It as wen as Kaiser William It would hardly seem that
Ox-re would ba any time left to play with children. The German em
peror, hawerer, no matter bow busy he may be with cares of state, can al
ways find a little time tor bis grandchildren. They are a bright lot, aa
ana mtebt Kmem drom the above pbotoffrapto, which 1 the very latest. .
ried in Germany and in 1SS2 brought
t.is wife to this county coming direct
to Davenport. He Is suavived by six
children, Fred Tetzner of Maysville,
Mrs. Johanna Pott. Mrs. Bertha Hen
en, Mrs. Minnie Steineke and Henry
Tetner of Davenport and August TeN
nor of St. Uernardina, Cal.. two sis
ters, Mrs. John Kruse of Doon. Lyon
county, Iowa, and Mrs. Hans Martin
of Rockingham. The funeral will be
held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the home of his daughter with
interment in Fairmount cemetery.
Fruit Prospects Good.
Bloomington, May 30 D. F. Thomp
son of Kent, one of the best posted hor
ticulturists of Illinois, declared indi
cations point to a good crop of fruit
in this state this season. Thompson
owns one of the finest orchards in
Illinois, containing 2,000 apple trees,
besides thousands of other varieties,
including bush fruits, and is an ac
knowledged authority. The slight
frosts of the present month have not
injured fruit, but, on the contrary,
have proven of benefit in retarding the
development of the fruit and thus
insuring their safety, from harm in
case of severe frost later, he says.
Strassburg, Germany Director
Heiler of the Grafenstadt Locomotive
works, whose support of the French
propaganda in Alsace-Lorraine led to
the boycotting of the works by the
government railways, has resigned.
Sella Barracks Site. A warranty
deed covering transfer of property at
Fifth avenue and Eleventh street was
filed in court Tuesday by A. L. Stet
son, who for $5,200 has sold his place
to the Moline Salvation Army. An
army barracks is to be established on
Has Hand Injured. Joseph Sdclnk,
a laborer employed by Deere & Co.,
had his left hand badly cut as
result of an accident at the shops at 3
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. His hand,
in some manner, caught in the drop
hammer of a forge in the shops, re
sulting in the loss of all the fingers at
the first joint and the entire thumb.
Sodinl S. ttles Suit. Harry A. Sodini
has settled matters satisfactorily with
James Galgano of Clinton and has re
turned to this city to take charge of
the Family theatre and aerdome. Sod
ini was charged with obtaining money
for Galgano by false pretense, the ac
tion growing out of transfer of the
Kase of the Family theatre in Clinton.
Raise Teachers' Pay. Following a
recommendation from the teachers'
committee the board of education
Tuesday evening, in a special session,
increased the pay of all grade teachers
$5 a month, and the pay of Mrs. Min
nie K. Vinton, sewing supervisor in
the manual arts building, and of Miss
Nellie Bionson of the commercial de
partment of the high school, $5 a
month each. The new schedule be
comes effective at the resumption of
school in the fall. N
Was Stealing Chicks. Mrs. Ben
Snider, living at Sixteenth street and
Bluff road, East Moline, was aroused
by a commotion in the Snider chicken
yard at 93:0 Tuesday evening and her
At the Littler residence, corner of
Fourteenth street and Twenty-fourth
avenue, about $400 damage was done
to the upper part of the house. The
fire originated in the attic from electric
light wires and had gained consider
able headway before it was discov
ered. Curtains in a double door were
ignited from an overheated cook stove
in the residence owned by P. L. Mot
zer at 430 Seventeenth avenue shortly,
before 6 o'clock Tuesday evening. The
damage vaa confined to clothing and
1 B U H U ft- X.
America has forgotten the life-principle! It has been re-discovered
in Uncle Sam Food which oils the intestines.
Forget you have a stomach! Bid good-by to constipation and
dyspepsia! Avoid appendicitis! "The food glides!"
Use Olive Oil
In Italy and other oil-using countries consti
pation and dyspepsia are rare. t
People forget they have stomach and bowels.
Their hair is glossy, their eyes bright, their
skin soft and velvety!
They feel like singing all the time! Life is
different in the olive-oil countries!
There's not one drop of medicine in Uncle
Nothing but the best flax combined with
other deliciously-cooked grains.
It has that exquisite brown toast flavor.
In the stomach and intestines the natural heat
of the body 983s degrees changes the flax
Then this oil perfectly and gentlv luhricat.es
the alimentary canal and bowels, avoiding dys-
pepsia and constipation.
"The food glides!"
Absolutely No Oily Taste!
Olives do not taste of oill The flax used in
Uncle Sam Food does not taste of oill
But the flax is turned into oil way down in the
Think what this means to a nation of consti
Uncle Sam Food is composed of Wheat,
Phil and other grains. The Flai is first
treated and cooked by a patented process
there is no taste of oil. These grain
are accurately blended and scientifically
cooked. The food is ready. Only the
addition of milk or cream is required.
Many families find the food sufficiently
rich when served with milk alone. Thus
the saving of cream more than pays for
Put up In full 24-ounce sealed pack
ace, larger and much heavier, because
of greater nutriment, than the usual cereal
For kale at all grocers, price 25c a
package. Or will be sent by mail, pre
paid, from the factory at Omaha. If your
grocer cannot supply you, lend 2Sc for
ample package to lncle Sam Food Co.,
Omaha, Neb. Your money will be re
funded if you are not entirely satisfied.
The Flavor The Effect
The flavor of Uncle Sam Food is
like rich, brown toast, and with milk
or cream far tattler and more attract
ive than any other cereal food.
There are flakes in this food, also
solid grains, making it more sub
stantial than any other breakfast
Absolutely not the slightest sug
gestion or taste of oil. Because there
is no oil in the food, as the oil in the
flai is only liberated way down in
the intestines after undergoing the
natural heat of digestion.
Neither is there one drop of dregs
or medicine in the food. It issimply
pure Wheat, prepared Flax and other
Children love the flavor of Uncle
Sam Food. They will always call
for "Uncle Sam."
After a few days' use of Uncle Sam
Food you will begin to notice a de
lightful freedom from tightness and
distress after eating.
Yov forget you were ever troubled
with constipation or dyspepsia. You
laugh at appendicitis!
The flax, changed into oil in the
intestines, perfectly and pleasantly
lubricates the alimentary canal and
digestive organs. The food glides'
Ail digestive pn"esi- brnm more
natural, normal, and regular.
Yoa are amazed and delighted to
find that you can now eat foods that
before produced gas, tightness,
Yet Uncle Sam Food is not a per
gative or a cathartic it simply oils
your stomath and intestines. Nature
then gladly dues the rest!
The wedding of Miss Nellie Covey
and Ray H. Thompson took place .
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Emmert, 119
Fourteenth street, Rev. J. M. Os
boru of the Baptist church officiating.
The bride has held the position of
teacher of the third and fourth
grades here and the groom is a ma
chinist at the railroad shops. They
have departed for Denver on their i
Mrs. William Allison and children j
of Carbon Cliff visited at the Griffin !
home last week, returning Wedues-1
day evening. '
George Boyle was paid a visit by '
his nephew, Edward Pursell, of I'enu-!
The graduation exercises of the
eighth grade took place Thursday
evening at the Methodist church. ,
W. C. Hilan and family have re-
turned home from a visit at Blue Is
land. Mrs. R. Vincent has returned from
a brief visit at Colona. j
The local band gave its first con
cert of the season at the Silvis park
Dr. W. D. Chapman has returned
from a business trip to Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Lysinger and daugh
ter, Joy, are visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murphy are vis
iting with relatives and friends at
Elreno, Okla,, and Kansas City.
Mrs. L. Donahue of Twelfth street j
was visited by Mr. and Mrs. Harry i
Hill of Perry, Iowa.
Mr. Barmaster, who has been con
fined to his bed for three weeks with
typhoid fever, is slightly improved.
Miss Helen Flynn is slowly recov
ering from a severe attack of typhoid
fever, of which there are three cases
Mrs. Frank Bull and children of
Fast Moline visited relatives here
Miss Leolla Wall of Moline visited
Mrs. Emma Ball Thursday.
Mrs. J. W. Pike has returned home
from Colfax, Iowa, where Mr. Pike is
ill with rheumatism.
Ruth and Alice Brown and mother
of Osborn visited relatives here last
Mrs. I. B. Faulkner, formerly of
Silvis, has returned to her home in
Trenton, Mo., after visiting relatives
and friends here.
Mrs. I. W. Walker has returned
home to Sheffield, after visiting rela
tives in Silvis.
Mrs. A. Stephens and daughter are
visiting in Geneseo.
The Baptist LadieB' Aid society had
a home bakery sale at Mr. Newton's
meat market Saturday.
Dan Sweeney was paid a visit by
his brother, George, of Primrose,
George Heintz returned home last
week from a visit at Pittsburg, Kan.
Mrs. Sarah Divinney has returned
to Moline, after visiting her niece,
Mrs. F. Fleshman.
Mrs. J. Hill was visited by her
daughter, Mrs. O. Childberg, of
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
cleared a neat sum at its home bak
ery sale at Johnson's store last Sat
A. Berquist is visiting relatives In
Helen Smith and aunt. Mrs. L. H.
Snyder, have returned home from
Nebraska, where they were called by
the illness of relatives.
The Embroidery club met with
Mrs. M. Slover Wednesday when all
members attended. The hostess re
ceived some pretty gifts.
were visitea ny mts. siepnens motn-
er rrom snemeia.
Miss Mabelle Crampton's pupils
each presented her with a bouquet of L
flowers the last day of school, hav-
ng planned a surprise flower shower
Mrs. Mary Phelps was visited the
;-ast week by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Phelps of Cedar Rapid3, Iowa.
Mrs. W. D. Chapman was visited
by her mother, Mrs. W. Wayne, of
.Miss Ruth Foreman of Cedar Rap
ids visited friends here last week.
Mrs. C. J. Crist has returned home
to Green River after having visited
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King of Sil
vis and .Mr. and Mrs. James Penne of
Rock Island spent Sunday at Carbon
Cliff at the Frank McKendrick home.
Margaret O'Donnell, Ethel Bruner,
Charlea Cary and R. V. O'Donnell
were down from Carbon Cliff last
-'unday evening to attend the bac
calaureate services at the Methodist
Gladys Roach sijHtained severe
burns on her hands and back last
Saturday when her dress caught fire
from matches her brother was light- I
M. Fitzgibbons of Hillsdale wasi
The Band that Always Makes a Hit
Their troupe of Scotch Highland Danc
ers that always thrill
really pleased with their unique enter
tainment, ranging from bag-pipe playing
to the rendition of the greatest works of
the masters of music.
Watch Tower Park
Concerts every Afternoon and evening.
here looking after his property last
Mrs. C. Larson has been ill.
Mrs. Esther Krambeck and chil
dren visited Sunday at Carbon Cliff
at the home of Mrs. John Falstrom.
Charles Larson has departed for
Hot Springs, Ark., where he will re
main several months for the benefit
of his health.
Mrs. Wagonner entertained her pu
pils of the seventh and eighth grades
ai the Watch Tower Friday. Mrs.
Wagonner and son departed In the
evening for nicago to spend trie
Miss Ruth Ferguson of Annawan
visited at the Andrew Peterson home
property on River street and Is repair
ing It to be used for a building lu
which to locate hla wire stretcher fac
tory. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. GrlgKS have been
visiting relatives at Creston, Iowa.
N. O. Thomas visited his son Homer'
and family nt Mollno Suuduy.
Joseph Adams of Mason City, Iowa,
visited at the home of hla mother, Mrs.
A. Adams. He was on his way to
Mrs. GcorRo Mohr of Davenport vls
ited Hampton friends.
S. S. Baker and Miss Ethel Light of
Reynolds were here Thursday.
Hiram Whitehead has a line pearl
as a partial result of this summer's
Mrs. Mary P.aisel has returned from
New Richmond, Wis.
Jason Willis of Davenport greeted
friends here Sunday.
Mrs. W. A. Hopkins of St. Louis has
been visiting relatives in this village.
T. A. Bailey of Omaha, Neb., has
been here visiting friends and caring
for graves of his parents and sister in
August Wildermuth was up from
Mr. and Mrs. August Light of Pleas
ant Valley. Iowa, visited at C. H. Lee's
E. E. Swarm has rented the Wendell
Edmonton, Alberta Elections In
five districts In Alberta gave major
ities to members of parliament who
are supporters of Premier Slfton.
Four of the victorious candidates are
members of the Slfton cabinet, includ
ing Charles Cross, attorney general.
A little tablet called "Digestif has
bi ought instant relief to thousands
their own statoments are proof. Two
or three tablets after meals or when
suffering stops fermentation, pre
vents distress, relieves indigestion
and almost instantly cures dyspepsia.
Brown's Dlgestlt is sold with the dis
tinct understanding that your money
will be refunded If you want It 50
cents. The Harper House pharmacy.
Pains All Over!
"You are welcome, says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken
Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to,
if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. 1 had
pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in
better health than ever before, and that means much to me,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of
different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me
for a few days only."
Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before tak
ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
worse to follow, unless given quick treatment
You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew
what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard
to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it
Write to: Ladies' Advitory Dtpt. Chattanooga, Me dcin Co.. Cluttinoota.
lor Sstcial Imtnutiont. and 64-pzze book. "Pome Treatment lor Women," nt !re.