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THE ARGTJS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1902,
John I. Pausliaii has fiiteree? suit
in 1he ' elistrift court ayainst the
Davenport Malt uul Cram company
in Hit sum of $.'A(HH. c-l;iimed as elaiu-ng-es
sustained by the plaintiff while
in the employ of the defendant com
pany. T.(X. Shaw, who for a number of
years past lias been chief clerk in
Ihe office of the superintendent of
bridges, buildings and-wjMer supply
ff the C. 11. I. A- I'., has resigned his
position there to becoiiie effective on
March 22. His resignation was for
the purpose of accept in:; the position
of chief clerk to the chief engineer
of the Delaware. "Lackawanna A
Western. V. K. McFaHin. formerly
sujerintendent of -oni rue-t ion and
maintenance of ways for the (.'., II. I.
The star trio, tieorg-e, Mamie and
I'elwurel. an acrobatic trio who hae
made I)nvenMrt their home for some
time, are preparing to fe on the road
this month with their new act, called
"The House of Too Much Trouble."
They have had a house of re 1 di
mensions constructed for setting up
at street fairs or in la rv theatres,
with traps and ladders and swinirincr
doors, on the line of act put on by
ihe Hanlons and other acrobatic
stars, and are rehearsing at I)oer
. seher's hall. (JooYpe as a clown.
Mamie as a woman and Kdward :s a
monkey put up the act that they say
will make Davenport famous.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Preston have re
ceived a letter from their son. .lames
'l'reston. which brings the yratifyinir
news that he will soon be takinsr
.'ymnasiiim work ajrain. in spite of
the teleirranis from ihe east that an
nounced a few days aj;o that "Yale's
Wst iole vaulter"" had had a fall and
dislocated his elbow. It seems that
Ihe injury was' a bad strain of the
arm that he suffered two or three
weeks arjo. but of which the news
was zealously truarded in the univer
isty athletic circles, but finally leak
ed out. to be scattered in exasperated
form by the easltrn corrcspont'ents.
The injury Iras had almost time to
be cured, and the Davenport athlete
expects to be back in the r. m" by
next week, to work gradually into
ftha'te for theV'de vault airain. Wheth
er he will tret into his best shape in
time for this summer's track events
remains to be seen.
A death from scarlet fever occurred
in the family of Martin M. tiriescn.
livinjr at 120S West Fifth street, yes
terday, the victim being- little Louis'
.Nicholas Creisen. aired I years. Thf
child had been ill since March j. -
baby in the family has also had the
disease, but is about recove red.
lVrt Pryant. the young: man arrest
Hjif hour 0on strike
KNIVES & FORKS
Knife Fork a 5 poor
ed for robbing; a Mollner on the occa
sion of the latter's g;ood time over
here last Saturday night, was tried
before Magistrate1' Finger yesterday,
ami "was sent to the county stone pile
Mr :.( da vs.
Marriage licenses have been issued
by Clerk Cheek to William Hertram
and May Schaefer, both of Davenport;
Dernard H. (Joering. of Waleott. and
Louisa H. lllian. of l'.luc Crass; Wal
ter Thompson and Amelia Johnson,
both of Daveniort.
Tomorrow would have been the tin
wedding anniversary of Mr. jinrl Mrs.
William Page if, having; lieen married
in Davenport March H, WJ2. they
"had lived happily ever afterward."
Hut they didn't. In a petition for di
vorce tiled by Neal & Xeal on hyhalf
of Mr. Paife. the latter- informs the
district court that his wife.comniene
ed deserting him in May, 197. She
was away seven or eight months then,
and went on again next spring for ai
similar period. She came back when
it got cold again, but about the time
the robbins appeared in 1s.i(l she left
a third time and since then she has
failed to return. So Mr. Page has
concluded that he doesn't care if she
never comes back, and asks 'the court
to make the separation legal.
The annual meeting- and election of
officers of the Hannah '('a lei we-II clin
ter. Daughters of the American Invo
lution, was held Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. ('. M. Waterman
on Kirkwood boulevard. At the elec
tion of officers Mrs. Waterman was
again honored with a reelection to
the position of regent. The full list
of officers elected follows: Keg-cut.
Mrs. C. M. Waterman: vice regent.
Mrs. Koliert Xott; secretary, Mrs.
Henry Tagge. treasurer, Mrs. Ceorge
T. I taker; registrar. Mrs. J. II . Har
rison; custodian, Mrs. A. P. Doe.
Miss Flora Iladdiv has returned
home from New York, where she. was
called by the illness of her nephew.
I-'loriel Keiiter, the boy violinist.. The
prodigy has leen prostrated by an
affection which has become cpiite ep
idemic in New York, commencing
with grip and cmliiig with an ab
scess in the ear. In his case the phy
sicians earliest called failed to recog
nize the car trouble, and by the time
that the necessary specialist had lwen
found who knew an abscess in 1 lie
ea r when he saw ene. this one had
commenced to head toward the brain
and was ready to break in lhat direc
tion any minute, with a probability
of fatal result. It was lanced at
once, and the danger averted, al
though the lad was threatened with
mastoiditis, and was in a serious
condition for some lime. As soon as
he could be moved he was taken to
The Pines, in New Jersey, where his
recovery is now about complete, and
he is ready to resume his musical en
gagements again. He is still some
what deaf in the affected ear. but has
Cremo Cigar. BANDS and Old Virginia Cheroot WRAPPBR.S may foe assorted
with TAGS fromSTAR," VHORSESHOE," "STANDARD NAVY," "SPEAR HEAD," "DRUMMOND" NATURAL LEAF, "GOOD LUCK." "BOOT JACK
!PIPEIV HEIDSIECK." "NOBBY SPUN ROLL," "J. T.," "OLD HONESTY," "MASTER WORKMAN." "JOLLY TAR," "SICKLE," "BRANDY WINE,"
"CROSS BOW," "OLD PEACH AND ' HONEY "RAZOR, E. RICE, GREENVILLE," , "TENNESSEE CROSSTIE." "PLANET," "NEPTUNE."
OLE VARGINY." and TRADE MARK STICKERS from "FIVE BROTHERS" Pipe Sraolilog Tobacco, In securing, these presents, ONE TAG being
qual to TWO CREMO CIGAR BANDS or TWO OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOT WRAPPERS. '
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tarn -iIE YcUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY en eutaide ef rcfc. eoetaJnlnt BANDS o
.WRAPPERS, and forward Iheim by rt;'ttre,d mail, or express prepaid. Be sure to have your pacKtee
ae,enrely wrapped and properly marked, ao that it will net be lest In transit. Send bands or wrappers and
recruests for presents (also request for catalogues) to C. By. Brown, 4241 Folsom Avenue. St. Louis, Mo.
the assurance that Lis hearing will
not be jermanently impaired.
The death of Mary Hein occurred
yesterday at her home on Agnes Lam-
in Northwest Davenport. She was 6
years of age and a native of Schles
w ig-Holstein. She arrived in Daven
port in IS.'jI. Her husband died U
years ago. Four children survive, as
follows: Mrs. lJa Mangles, Mrs. KI
len Westphal, Mrs. Lucy Schnoor an.l
Miss Fannie Hein. The funeral will
take place Sunday at 1 o'clock with
interment in the cemetery 'at Hlue
Conrad Friedrichsen. of this city,
has received a letter from Admiral
Haudissin. commandant of the emperor's-yacht
ihe receipt of a copy of his
new inarch. "Williclm II." which he
will personally place in the bands of
The Tri-City .letlilx , association
held another meeting jit the roonis
of the Davenport P.iisiness Men's asso
ciation yesterday afternoon to talk
over the plans for the credit associ
ation that is being formed. The meeting-
was a very long one and the at
tendance was very good. The ijis
eussioh was epiite animated. The job
bers arc unanimous in the belief that
the credit association is a step that
will yield mutual benefit.
William A. Miller, a conductor in
the employ of the I ri-City St reel
I'ailway company, h.is filed a petition
in voluntary bankruptcy in the office
of the clt-rk of the federal court in
Keokuk. Mr. Miller states in his pe
tition that his liabilities are $rT.."J-.
lie schedules his assets at $.'()() worth
of household goods, and under ihe
law these are exempt.
No More Wars.
Many prominent people of this
country and I'ugland profess to see
the realization of their hopes for uni
versal ieiice in an Anglo-American al
liance. Their plan is to settle all fu
ture differences by international ar
bitration. This news will be joyfully
received by everybody, but especially
by the soldier who is at present en
gaged on some foreign battle Held.
The news that llostetter's Stomach
Hitters will positively cure stomach.'
liver and bowel complaints will also
be gladly received by every sufferer
from sick headache, dizziness, flatu
lency, indigestion, dyspepsia, consti
pation or biliousness. Do not suffer
any longer, but try the Hitters at
once.-. It is hacked by a record 'of T0
years of cures. Hew are of counter
feits when buying. Our private sttimp
is over the neck of the bottle.
Kuilds up the system, puts pure,
rich blood in the veins; makes men
and women strong- and healthy Hur
dock Hlooo Hitters. At any drug
lit nirdi nn? j
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T I y"- ' 1r f 280 BANDS KNIVES & FORKS Six pjch IjSoi
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fiwSCLtes-r'Tn I I, ToKadavm 3030 Catlbre OOBANDS- ( ' Z4 i200 BANDS I M-
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-Ci f VJF . J IB Combirvslion 6' Gurante!1 THf c0vn 10 shot 12 Cahbt &M lt2&i ICCISZiti) Mi... 4 J!L-24i5
represent the presents to be
I'ntil all danger of the spread of
MnaHjMtx has disappeared the pres
ent vaccination orders wiil prevail at
he public schools and until that
time pupils not being able, Ut present
a certificate of successful vaccina
tion, will be barred from classes.
Frederick Anderson died yesterday
at his home, 141 Fifth avenue, after,
a brief illness with liver trouble,
from which he has suffered since
January, although he was bedfast
only, a. few days. He has leen em
ployed at the Cooper saddlery works
for the past eight years. lie was
born in Sweden July is, is;;, and
came tl America in Sept. 7. ls'.2. De
lias lived in this city ever since and
leaves a wife and four grandchildren.
He was si member of the Swedish
Lutheran church. .
Hans Hansen, Twentieth street,
died yesteday of obstruction of the
bowels after a sickness of nearly two
years. He has been at the city hos
pital for several weeks. He leaves a
wife and three children.
At noon yesterday Miss' Jennie Pet
erson of Fifth avenue was united
in marriage with John Olofsoii. of
New Windsor, ihe ceremony being
performed by Kev. lloffsteti. They
were attended by Miss Dora (Hell
ami Charlie Peterson, brother of the
bride.' The bride was prettily gown
ed in Persian lawn and veil and car
ried white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Klof
son departed yesterday afternoon fur
New Windsor. vi.ere a. reception was
given them last evening by the
Victor Kntf-st roin, of ShcTt-ard. and
Miss Minnie Koscll. of Swedona. were
married at :.' p. m., yesterday at the
Lutheran parsonage. Hev. C. A. Hem
bo rg officiating-. Mr. and Mrs. K. K.
I'tirsche and Arthur Koscll accom
panied them. After a visit with the
bride's sister. Mrs. Hurschc. the cou
ple will take up residence in Shcrrard.
The D. M. Sechler Carriage com
pany has let 'the contract for an ad
dition to its plant to Peter Peterson.
The contract price is l,0tni ami it
includes everything- but the iron work
which will be done by the sonipany.
The aildilion'. as outlined heretofore,
will include a five-story and base
nu nt building 1IM feet square, for the
coruplaiitcr department, the enlarge
ment of life blacksmith shop and a
new boiler room all of brick.
Arc-hie Kelso. Ihe Moliue man. has
been found alive and we!! in Central
America, where he was left last fall
down with jungle fever when his com
rade. Arthur Wilson, sta'rted home
Mrs. Kelso thinks that may be there
is still some mistake, because she
iocs not hear from her husband, but
-m-nnnr-iri- - " rilMIBI -' Velf" r--Tr J r&y 1300 BANDS
tAOYS SILK uMSRtlXA
WINCHESTER MAGAZINE R.rixv.J JSV 'X t 1 nae 7-s IMFZJkSzJ f
American Cigar Company
the following letters tell Iheftory:
"A ma pa la. Feb. 10. lion. Y. Codfrey
llunter. Failed States Minister. Gua
temala Sir: Keplying to your dis
patch dated Jan. 14. reciiestingg in
formation as to the wereabonts of
Thomas "A. Kelso, of Moliue. 111.. I
have the honor to inform yon that I
have made ihe necessary inquiry and.
have been in formed according to tin
enclosed lelegram lhat Mr. Kelso now
lives at Jalapa in Nicaragua. 1 have
the honor to be. sir. your obedient
servant, ". Heyden. consular agent."
The Kusiness Men's association, at
its meeting Tuesday evening, heard
read Ihe three theatre proisit ions
from George II. -Johnston. Chamier
lin. Kindt A: Co. and .1. MacDonucll.
but deferred action on them, hoping
to receive a more liberal offer. It was
decided to urge the establishment of
a citv court.
Aldernianie nominations have been
made as follows by the citizens par
ty: First vyard. C.'J. Ostcruian; Sec
ond ward, II. II. Parks; Third ward.
Hen I'.. Tyrrell; Fourth ward, N. II.
.lamieson: Fifth ward. Gothard Adam
son; Sixth ward. Swan Olson;
Seventh ward, to be named by city
State ot Ohio. City of Toledo,
Frank .1. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm
of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and
state aforesaid, and that said linn
will pay the sum of .-?10() for each and
every case of catarrh that cannot be
cured bv Ihe use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. ' FKANK J. ( IIKNKY.
Sworn to before nie and subscrib
ed in my presence, this Gth lay of
December. A. D. 1 !(.
(SKA L) A. W. C.LKASO.W
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free. .
F. J. CI1KNKY v CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. T."ie.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
I'oIh Ilmiey anil Tar
Cures coughs and colds.
Cures bronchitis ami asthma.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial
Cures pneumonia ami la fjrippe.
For sale bv all druggists.
Surgeon's Knife Not Needed.
Surgery is no longer necessary to
cure piles. De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve . cure's, such cases at once, removing-
the necessity feir dangerous,
painful and expensive' . iterations.
For scalls. cuts, burns, wounds,
bruises, soivs and- skin diseases it is
unequalled. Hevvarc of counterfeits.
Itonr Ares Yernr KJdnrys I .
Dr. nobM'SpnrasusPillrnreall kidney Ills. Fam
Jple tree. Ada. blerliUK Kemeuy Co-.CiucaKo or t. V-
J P3CKg KNIFE (KEFH KlTTTfW
. 300 BANDS ' j :SfJ V'iV X esvnar "
5 fandard maKe 5C0OBAI!DS
OUR. NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of pfesenta for 1902 includes many
altove. It contains the most attractive list of presents over offered for band and wrappers.
by mall on receipt of postage two cents. '
Our offer of present for band and wrapj) era. will oxplro November 30, 19uZ.
JJURTIS OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, March 20.
Grand Pia.no RecitaJ
1 "k VlT " C." '
First and only appearand in Daven
port. Positively no Seats Laiel Aside Un
less Money Accompanies Orders.
Free list susjieneleel.
Prices - Hox scats S. Parquet i:. Ilalconv
Sl.Sel. fc and -.,..rH). C'.-illerv .
Seats ou sale Friday, March I I.
A breath of Fine Balsam in every ca'te.
like it for
Most baldness is caused by dandruff. To keep the
hair, scalp and beard in. healthy condition, make a
strong lather with Martina l
Soap and shampoo freely, '.in
is uesired to restore pray or
laded hair to youthful color.
apply Hay's Hair-Healih after
shampooing with Hartina. anrlj
the grayness will disappear and.
the hair will pow forth its orig
inal youthful color and beauty.
3Sc CtUtaa at leading drojr Bfitrps-
or 3 casern. Cue. Alailad oa r-ceipi
nf rrica by Lomioie hrrPLV Co..-
jW troaalvaj. Kew York. Kefuse all uLotitutea.
For sale by T. H Thomas. 1W3 Second
avenue, a. J Rless. Fourth avenue and Twen
ty third street Marshall. 828 Second avenue,
Ueimoeok. 9H Tblrd avenue.
FR E E Sample Copy of
SANITARIUM HEALTH JOURNAL
Contains rules for care of sick people. Suff
(?estiorrs for diet useful domestic prescriptions
for various ailments and other valuable hints.
A practical guide to health. Write today to
GALLSBLRO SANITARIUM. Galcsburg.lII.
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PflStock 600 BANDS
ith Rubbf r Jtjck 6Q0 BeVC5 (OneTune
Friday, March 14.
Yolly. Venial. Yovial Ole. Tlie best
ot Swedish Dialect Comedians.
And an e xcellent company of players,
including the famous original SVVKIl
1 Sll IA IjI KS" i.i: A Ifl'KT. direct from
Stockholm. Si t-(!i u. in the time tried
ami ever tHjpular cuirjcelv drama,
Filled to the brim with roaring com
edy scenes. Touches ol heart interest,
Prices. 25c. .Tc. .Vc and TTc.
Seats on sale at Lloyd".
Di AUCTION CltAMBCRLIN.Kl NOT L COMPANY.
Saturday, March 15.
Messrs. NIXON and ZIMMERMAN
Iu V.'ILLAUD SPKXSERS Comedy
Miss Bob White
As Presented li" Times at the Chestnut
street Theatre, Philadelplila.
Great Star C ast.
KnsemMe of Seventy.
Prices. 5tV. T.'c. t and To.
Sale of seats at Lloyd's Thursday.
,'TrTL' ' ' ". 1' '' i
Sunday, March 16.
The; Comedy Event if the Season.
ly the Author of
"The Heart of Maryland."
Nichts at the Herald Sijuare
Theatre, New York City.
A Great Cast Miss Marie Doro.
New Soups. New Dances. With
lrices -c. f0c. 75c and i.
Seats on sale at Llovd's.
-.i.A.i L ,..,,
an Antiseptic Healing Powder
Yt Heals Cuts, Wounds. Burrs and Scalds
without a scar. 25 cents. Druggist.
10 Inch NitMed Horn
RecordJ 1800 BANDS
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