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THE ARGHJS, ITKIDAY, MAY 22. 1903,
" At-8:30 o'thiok Wednesday morn
ing, at St. J.osephs church, lie v. A.
2Cierruann officiating' at a hig-h nup
tial . mass, occurred the marriage of
Charles F. ischupp, foreman at the T.
W. McClelland plant, and Miss Paulina
K. Gottschalk. Miss Marie Woeber
presided at the organ. Fred (iott
ttclmlk and, Miss Anna Struthmann
acted as the attendants. -The' couple
have , gone to housekeeping at. 1332
Union street in Northwest Davenport.
Invitations that have been issued
announce' the nuptials of Mis Louisa
Campbell of this city and Clark To
bias, of 'Waverly, la. The ceremony
will take place at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. John Hoyt, at
1002 lirady street, at 10:30 oVock
Wednesday morning, .Tune 3.
Delia Flynn administratrix of the
estate of F.dward li. Flynn lias tiled
An action wherein she asks $1000
damages' by reason of the death of
her husband, who was injured at Mos
cow May 7, last, while at work as a
brakeman by being run over by a lo
comotive in consequence of which his
death occurred at St. Luke's hospital
in tins city several hours later. Neg
ligence on the part of the company
The police have received a portrait
rum the l'inkertons which is a good
one. of H. 1). "Wells, the burglar who
was discovered in the Lane S: Water
man law office. The counterfeit pre
sentment cannot be gainsaid. How
ever the police are not telling what
they know to the reporters.
The remains of the late Morgan S.
Woodward1 arrived here Wednesday
night in the private car furnished the
family by Supt. Slifer. of the Hock
Island. Mrs. Wmxiward and her
(laughters lone and Klizabeth. and son
Warren, were accompanied here by a
larg party of her husband's friends
of the insurance world. The simple
funeral service at the home of Mrs. J.
1J. I'helps yesterday afternoon were
conducted by Kev. Fayette L. Thomj
son, of the Central Methodist church
:im! Kev. .1. 15. Donaldson, of the First
l'rcnby terian church. There was a
large attendance of the home friends
jf the deceased and his family. The
interment was in Oakdale, and the
pallbearers were Messers. Mariner,
I larger. Dorr. Mace and Sullivan of
the visiting friends and John llerwald
of this city.
Henry l'eto. who was in the employ
;f the construction company who
laid the underground wires for the
Union Klectrie Telephone & Tele
graph company last summer was
placed under arrest Wednesday even
ing, charged with breaking1; and enter
ing, l'eto was caught in the "act of
kicking in the glass on one of the
rear basement windows of the Tele
phone company's building on Sixth
and Harrison streets. It is thought
the man was after copper wire.aud
since the company lias lost consider
able of this valuable material, l'eto
will be hekl pending an investigation.
The theft of a large amount of copper
wire occurred last suniiuer, and the
authorities think they will be able to
connect l'eto with its I'isapiearance.
At 10:30 o'clock yesterday morning,
at the parents home, 112 West Third
.street, occurred the death of the 5
months old son. Clarence T., child of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Seliebrer.
The funeral of Mrs. l'hilip Karhart,
mother of Mrs. H. K. Melville, of this
city, was held from the lloien under
taking rooms at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, in private, with interment
at Oakdale cemetery. Mrs. Karhart
was born in Selin's drove, l'a., in lSl'J.
Her father was Cyrus Karhart. a sol
dier 'in the war of 1812. When Fran
cis Scott Key was writing "The Star
Spangled Hanner, a prisoner aboard
the Hritish fleet that was; bombarding
Ft. McIIenry, Mr. Karhart was one of
the men in that fort that was so gal
lantly held against the enemy. Sixty
three years ago Mr. Karhart and' Mis
Kgbert were married. Nearly 50 years
ago they moved to this vicinity, and
for 40 years lived on a farm in l'leas
ant valley township. Might years ago
they moved to Kpworth, la., near
Dubuque, where Mrs. l-'arhart's death
occurred Monthly morning. Mrs. Kar
hart was the mother of eight chil
dren; two daughters and six sons.
Those surviving her are C. 11. and W.
F. Kgbert. who are western. Iowa
farmers; K. .1. Karhart, of Kpworth,
and Dr. Kinma M. Karhart, of Krie,
l'a., and Mrs-. Melville.
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Thofe of the city who have attend
ed the University of Illinois or who
have relatives there, will be interested
in the program for the 32nd com
mencement of that institution which is
June , Sunday. 3 p. m. The arm
ory, baccalaureate address by Presi
dent Andrew S. Draper. L. L. D.
June X, Monday Class day.
10 a. in., chapel Class exercises.
2 p. m., lawn Military band con
cert. . 3 p. m.. Class fareweH to buildings
9 p. m.. the gyninasium Senior ball
preceeded by a classical concert last
ing one hour.
June ). Tuesday Alumni da v. Ue-
union of "class uf ,1878.
0 a. in. Meeting of board of trus
U:30 a. m., engineering hall Gener
al alumni reunion.
10 a. in., physics lecture room Ad
dress by John Augustus Ockerson,
class of 1873. Chief of department of
liberal arts of the Louisiana Purchase
11 a. m., physics Jecture room
12:30 p. m., the armory Dinner.
S ). in., president's house Informal
reception to members of senior class
and their friends, alumni, faculty and
specially invited guests. '
June 10. Wednesday. 10 a. in.,' the
armory Thirty-second annual com
mencement. Address by President
Charles F. Thwing, D.D.I L.L. D., of
Western lieserve university.
Alumni day has come to be one of
the chief days of commencement week
at fhe University of Illinois ami pre
parations are in hand for making
Tuesday, June 1). the coming alumni
day, as interesting as usual. The
meeting of the association will be
held at 10 a. m.; the annual address
will be. given by .1. A. Ockerson. '73.
chief of the department of liberal
arts of the Louisiana Purchase expo
sition, and a business session will fol
low. Dinner will be saerved at 12:30
p. m. The class of '7S will celebrate
its 2"th anniversary and will be the
class of honor.
x A Startling Test.
To save a life, Dr. T. C. Merritt, of
North Mehoopany, l'a., made a start
ling test resulting in a wonderful
cure, lie-writes: "A patient was at
tacked with violent hemorrhages,
caused by ulceration of the stomach.
I had often found Klectrie Hitters
excellent for acute stomach and liver
troubles, so I prescribed them. The
patient gained from the lirst, and has
not had an attack in 14 months
Electric Hitters are positively guar
anteed for dyspepsia, indigestion, con
stipation and kidney troubles. Try
them. Only 50 cents, at llartz &. L He
A Little Early Klxer
now and then at bedtime will cure
constipation, biliousness and liver
troubles. DeWitt's Little Early las
ers are the famous Itttle pills that
cure by arousing the secretions, mov
ing the bowels gently, yet effectually,
and giving such tone and strength to
the glands of the stomach and liver
that the cause of the trouble is re
moved entirely, and if their use is
continued fur a few days there will
be no return of the complaint.
Sold by Harper house drug store;
A. J. Iliess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Hoy Spencer, a former roundhouse
employe at Natick, was given a hear
ing in police court yesterday on the
charge of stealing a sum of money
from a maid at the home of William
Cordin, where he boa riled, but was
dismissed for lack of evidence on
which to hold him. Twelve dollars
and fifty cents belonging to Miss Iles
sie Lindquist disappeared Tuevday af
ternoon from a sideboard drawer
while Mrs. Corbin and Miss Lindquist
were down town. Spencer was left on a
lounge asleep in the room where the
money was when the women left the
house. One other, a Hock Island road
brakeman, also a boarder at the. Cor
bin home, was in the house the after
noon of the women's absence.
Subscribe, for The Aryus.
The explosion at U:45 Wednesday
evening heard by many people in the
Third and Fourth wards was at HIS
Seventeenth street, the house occupi
ed by P. S. McGlynn. Mr. MctJl.vnn
tried to light the gas heater. .It fail
ed to light at lirst. and when it did
light in a few seconds there was a
terrible explosion of the accumulated
gas. which blew off a portion of the
top of the chimney on the house with
which the heater was connected. The
wall paper in the room below the bath
room was more or less torn off and
spattered with soot from the chim
Fred S. Moodey and Miss Kllamae
Wright, of Port Hyron, were married
at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon by
Kev. W. S. .Marquis, of the llroadway
Presbyterian churcl) in Hock Island at
the home of the bride's brother. How
ard Wright. The young people were
unattended, and the event was mark
ed by a charming simplicity which be
poke the closest ties, only near rela
tives being gathered about the bridal
pair t extend congratulations inspir
ed by the warmest affection. A din
ner was sei'ed aTter the ceremony
and congratulation, and at 4 o'clock
groom and bride departed for their
new home in Port Hyron,. The yoimp
people hae resided all their lies in
Itock Island county, among whose
people they hae surrounded them
selves with close and lovinir friends.
The bride was born and reared near
Watcrtow n. and a few years ago
moved with her parents to Port Hy
ron. She completed only last, Friday
a successful car of leaching at Port
Ityroii. The groom is n prosperous
merchant of Port Ityron.
His lu p Joseph C. llart.ell. Mediae's
distinguished son, arrive! in the city
Wednesday evening for a short visit
with his venerable mother, Mrs. Nan
cy llart.ell. and spoke lat eeiiiii'
at the First .Methodist church on "Na
tion Pudding in Africa." The lecture
was without admission fee and was
attended by a churchful of old friends
of the bishop. His address was on
the conditions of Africa as he has ol
served them from personal investiga
tion, and gave to his hearers a better
id en of the reconstruction in South
Africa since the Uoer war than could
be gained by the most careful study
The- molder? of Moline. now work
ing in the agricultural shops under
agreement which expire July 1 are ex
pecting 1o ask for a shorter work
day for next year with additional pay,
at least that is the rumor current
about town. The men are employed
in these, shops by the piece and a
rate raise would have to be made
which would enable the men to make
as much in the nine-and-a-half hour
day as they now make in ten hours.
The shops not involved in the. pres
ent strike will be affected by the com
ing demand, the Moline Plow com
pany, Deere &, Mansur company and
Deere - Co., being the largest ones
which will suffer.
Chicago Dental Company
The case of Kmily E. Ford and oth
ers against the Court of Honor to re
cover $2.0iM) on the membership cer
tificate of (lust M. Ford has been set
tled by the. Court of Honor paying
Mrs. Ford $l.OOO. The Court of Honor
claimed that Mr. Ford was-in arrears
for the December, llt)0 dues, Mr. Ford
living on the 14th of January follow
ing. At the time the IX'cember dues
were payable Mr. Ford was at home
sick, and his wife, knowing nothing
about his insurance, had no oppor
tunity of paving.
Under the provis.ions of the only
sidewalk ordinance in effect, that
which was first passed and allowed to
stand at the last session of the coun
cil. City Attorney Kohler has filed a
petition in the county court opening
the legal proceedings necessary to
start the work of lading ten miles of
sidewalks by special assessment.
W. A. Jones yesterday received a
letter from Willjani Jennings' P.ryan
stating that he had reserved July 21
to be in Moline at the chautauijua.
J. A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala., was
twice in the hospital from a severe
case of piles causing 24 tumors. Af
ter doctors and all remedies failed
llucklen's Arnica Salve quickly ar
rested further inflammation and cur
ed him. It conquers aches ami kills
pain. 25 cents, at llnrtz & Ullcmcy
IHI TKATILIBS' GUIDE.
"1H1CAUO. R.KIK ISLAND
4. Pacific Railway TJckew
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second ave
mie, or C , R. L A P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thlrty-
irst tre. -Peoria branch depot, foot of
fws uleth street. Fraalc H. Plumincr, CP. A.
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be lir&t
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and te our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all eases and when all others
have failed. . We nover ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement 'fillings . : 25c
Bone filling .3 ... 2SC
Platinum tilling q(Jq
Silver fillings 50C
Gold fillings, $1 and up $ 1,00
Gold crow as, 4 to 5 . . 4,00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5,00
115 set of teeth for 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drujjf Store.
ft Worth, nrivr A K fS
d'.nneapolSs..... t 5:45 am
davenport & Chicago t 7:60 air
rOocaba A Minneapolis.... tli:45 air
InlraKuliv OmAhA I '9St rim
)e Motnei & Omaha.... .12:70 am
Jeover, juinootn sumuii.r a w am
Im Mnii V-9 n.fil - It fi-lfc nm
St. Paul A Kinneav "" .. 3.40 am
nwr Pi Worth Jk . " C5 hAh Am
KansasClty.St Joe tCallf. 11:10 pm
Rock Islacd& Washington 1:05 pm
Oblcatro St, UeaMoic 2:15 pm
cloolc lalsna & Brooklyn Ac pm
Qraba i.....: 6:5 pm
Omaha & Des Moines t 60 pm
(Undar K-pidR. Tipton Il0:rf7 am
! 2:55 am
t 7:00 pm
t 8:65 pm
t 0:25 am
t 3:00 am
r o.nz km
t 0 2.S nm
t v:iu am
t 3:25 Dm
It s :2 pm
T ) am
t 0.-25 am
i 2:cl iin
T 4:30 pm
BOCK ISLAND AND PHOBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
ivenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
"eorla, Springfield, bt. Ij.,
Jeoria, Springfield, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bl oom
tngton. St. Loala
'eoria, Indianapolis, Cin
2able & Bherrard Accom.
3 able & Sherrard Accom.
tfc: 45 am
0m Jb.j "V;
ACM K PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all ioints between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Kvtry afternoon at 3:15.
F. K. HOPKINS. A cent.
CARNIVAL. CITY PAf'KliTCO. For Mus
catine. New Boston. Keilnsburg, Oquaw
Ka and Burlington.
The Steamer J. W. YOUNG, JR.
Everr Monday, WeUneseay and Friday at 4
F.ilev's llimey ami Tar is peculiar
ly adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness. Sold by all druggists.
Ftr Clinton, Dubiujnc. Iji t'rosse,
t. Paul and points between, steamer
lH"15l"H'i:. -M;iv at 10 a. m.
(iKOnci; LA MONT, Agt.
Arrival. tDeparture tDaUy. except Sun
lay. Phone W est Weal 1128. West
ttrA, P'HICAGO, BURLINGTON &
jf,s.oU w Quincy Depot (Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
St. . Louis, bprtngbeld.
Oalesburg, Peoria anO
terling. Mendota and
t. Louts, Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
terllng and pole t i In
termediate ubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, St- Paul, MIdd.
and N. W
llnton, Dubuque, and
tt i.t am
t7 00 am
JUnton and Intermediate! s7-on ami
s. Stop at Kock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Daily. tDaUy except Sunday.
C IIIO AGO, MILWAUKKB
A St. Paul Railway. L ,
R. L A N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wuod,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
la Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savapnafor polmi
iat and went
3utuQue and St. Paul Pas
senger jbuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Kx press
1 1:40 am
All trains dally except S-jndav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna wl'.l
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
All the new- all the time The
IS. W. BROOIMM, 319-3
Is Going out of Business. His entire Stock will be sold at Public Auction.
ale will CosTnmemce
AY MAY 23, AT 2:30 AN
and will coffittlmiLiie
ay amd evemlra & -there-
stock: Is closed omt.
Watches, Clocks, Sileirware, Ladies' and Gent's Chains, Rings and fine Jewelry.
. Crockery, Lamps and Kitchen supplies. This entire stock including fixtures will be
sold regardless of cost.
Ladly AtefliclIIig, tlis Afternoon Sale WIIM Be
Presented With a Handsome Souvenir.