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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, MATtCTI 6. 1011.
AS MEMORIAL TO
MRS. ROSENHEIM Personal Points
spirit that has prompted the donation
In memory of a good woman who dur
ing her life did much In an unostenta
tious way to alleviate the sufferings of
the poor and the needy of her home
F. A. Hart of Clinton spent yester-
ChildreA of Late Rock Island j day m the city
Worcln Offer 60.000 as i J- G. Huntoon leaves tonight for
f . . ' i a visit in Chicago.
BOARD SELECTS A
BID ON NEW SEWER
Keeler Company of Davenport Is
Given Contract for Drain in
CITY MUST RAISE $75,000
The board of local Improvements
met this afternoon at the city hall
and considered the bids on the west
I sortlnn of h Seventh ward sewer
H. A. J. Paridon has gone to Coif ax, j wnIch 9ame, had been laid over from
the meeting held two weeks ago. It
was finally decided to accept vhe bid
of the D. Keeler company of Dav
enport. The figure of this company
Iowa, for a visit of a week,
V. O. Peterson has returned from a
several months" 6tay in 'Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Reiner visited
Conditio Is That Institution Must : with, relatives at Oalesburg jester-!was $55,697.50. The lowest of the
otner oiaa was maae Dy tr. r. iren-
kenschuh, who agreed to build the
Be Located on Dividing Ixxte
, of Two Towns.
The folic wing communication ad
dressed to H E- Casteel. president of
the Hock Island club, was received
today fromfV. A. Rosenfield
Miss. Grace Babcock, formerly of
this city, 13 visiting at the home of
Mrs. T. B. Davis.
Miss Lillian Cox has returned home
after a 1 Onlays' visit with relatives at
Fort Dodge and Des Moine3.
t.i, i-iA u.h e 1011 w rr I turned to their home at Springfield
' ; this noon after a visit with relatives
Casteel, vice president Rock Island j nere
club. Rock Island, III. Dear sir: "The J Jonn Cloudas arrived home this
children of ths late Mrs. Julia E. Ros- morniEg after 6pendiT1K the pa3t
enfleld, Iran Rosenfield Strauss, moXitti wjth relatives in northern Mis
Charles D. j Rosenfield, and myself, sourj
wish to promise In Rock Island, a mem
orial to eii" mother. We have cor-!
eluded thai this may most fittingly
and useful l take the form of an en
dowment fuVd for a general hospital.
To t ile erd we will give to a com
mjttee of trustees, to be named later,
securities In' the sum of at least $63.-
new sewer at a cost of $60,429.25.
The board also adopted a motion
made by City Engineer Wallace
Treichler that Thirty-fourth street
from Seventh to Tenth avenues and
Tenth avenue from Thirtieth to
Mrs. Henry N. Hansen and son re-! Thirty-fourth streets be paved with
asphalt. An ordinance to this ef
fect will be presented to the council
as soon as drawn.
Miss Amy Vickers of Reynolds vis
ited Saturday and Sunday -with Miss
Florence Andrews, Sll Fifteenth
Ray Hart of the United States en
gineers' office, leaves tomorrow nfght
for Missouri, where he will be sta-
000, when there shall have been raised tioned for several weeks.
through yoor efforts, the sum of $75,
000 for the purchase of a proper site
Frank Schcitger who. with Frank F.
j Fiebig. made the journey in a rowboat
MRS. !. A. WYNN IS
OUT OF ALL DANGER
despite the belief entertained by the
police that he would make a full and
complete confession. He has not as
yet secured an attorney, but it is ex
pected that he will before many days.
The preliminary hearing of his case
has been continued several days in or
der to allow the police to secure some
additional evidence which they desire.
Both Pallimats and the Galipas woman
talk etich broken English that the po
lice have been unable to get any tangi
ble evidence from them, although both
Lave been closely questioned. They
are accused of the murder of PovaJ
Matgasic on Jan. 20.
FERD HOLDORF IS
Well Known Rock Islander Ex
pires While Conversing
AGED 82, A SUICIDE
III Health Causes Davenport Citizen
t Knd His Life Shoots
Himself in Head.
BRONCHIAL TROUBLE FATAL
Had Keen Resident of City 40 Years,
Coming Here in His Childhood
Woman Who Attempted to Commit
Suicide Will Not Suffer Se
A bullet wound in the right tem
ple, the body of Frederick Xeuch, !
aged 82, was found yesterday after
noon in his room at 907 West Third
street, Davenport. It is thought he
killed himself Saturday night. The
body was lying across the bed. A
note giving instructions that a son
in Omaha be notified was found. The
son is the only living relative of the
deceased. Ill health is explained as
the cause of the suicide.
and the erection of a modern hospital from this city to New Orleans during
building Irt Rock Island, provided, j 'he winter, returned home Saturday
however, that the latter fund be com- ' afternoon.
Dieted within; six months from March j Miss Genevieve pamper has returned
15, 1911. jhome from Springfield, 111., after at-
Tne endowment fund which we wllP tending the state camp of Royal
provide is to be known as the "Julia j Neighbors which was held there: She
vent as a delegate
for Van Galder
NEW JURY VENIRE IS
ORDERED TO REPORT
Mrs. I. A. Wynn. who attempted
to commit suicide Friday night by
drinking the contents of a bottle of
carbolic acid, is resting well today
and no further fears for her lire are
entertained by her physicians. The
woman separated from her husband
several days ago after having diffi
culties which wore on her mind and
rendered her temporarily insane. She
secured the poison at a drug store
and then went to her room at the
residence of Mrs. Winfield Smith,
4 26 Fourth street, with whom shff
was staying, and there she drank
some of the contents of the bottle.
The act was discovered immediately
and neighbors applied antidotes un
til such time aB "a physician could
arrive. The police are trying to
Ej Ftosenftetd Foundation," and the
income therefrom to go to the hos
pital authorities, that any possible de
ficiencies in operation, because of the
treatment of patients who will be un
able to pay, may be taken care of.
CONDITIONS Or OIFT.
The conditions which we will attach
to the oift of tie fund, are as follows:
First That the hospital Is to be for J
all time open to the suffering, without
respect to creed or race.
Second That the administrative
board of the hospital contain always a. The following venire of jurymen lor! .
number of physicians equal to the!serv,ce jn the cirCuit court commenc-iG. E. S!V!ITH IMPALED
"umbar of men of business, or other l fro , nnAIC nr AM
professions, serving upon it. , h . ,,. fiM A RRAKE BEAM
The social time Saturday evening was
enjoyed by a large company of boy,
who spent the evening in pleasant ' Chippiannock cemetery. Rock Island
. v. ; ijc.l, - - - -. ,i ! oprin Vn O . )i H-H f p nt TTaelpa rit
Will Be Ready for Service in Circuit t. . 1 t .,;,, th. ' T. . . -vhirh h was n rr.emW h in
Court Before Judge W. H. poison was purchased, as it is claim-Iber of words out of the letters in th?!charKe of tne strviees at the heme
M.,nri f.-,H 151 Lri thorp was some irregularities Iwnrda "hnvs" rnsnri mpptinfr" par and grave. Mr. Holdorf was also a
At Y. M. C. A.
With an attendance of over 70 the
B. G. M. had an enthusiastic meeting
at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon
The sieging was an Item worthy of
mention, for it was of the liveliest
sort. Rev. Marion Humphreys gave
the address on "Why Not Dance?"
handling his rather difficult topic with
the utmost delicacy and tact, and yet
giving the boys much material for ear
nest thought. Two thoroughly appreci
ated piano solos were given by Profes
sor J. "W. Casto of the high school.
Ferdinand Holdorf, a resident of
Rock Island 4 0 years, died Saturday
night at 10:15 at bis home. 412
Fourm avenue, after a brief illness
of a bronchial afTeetlon. Mr. Hol
dorf, who was tri-clty representative
of the Davenport Malting company,
was about his duties as usual all of
last week, although complaining of
not feeling well. He remained at
home Saturday. Death came while
he was sitting in a chair at his home,
conversing with members of bis fam
ily and his physician.
Mr. Holdorf was born at Schles-wlg-Holstein,
Germany, Feb. 2, 1S63.
When a child he came to the United
States with his mother, who settled
in this city. Since that time Mr.
Holdorf's home had been in Rock
Island. He received his education
and training in the local schools.
For many years he was manager
of the local office of the Henning
Brewing company. For the last seven
years he had been the tri-clty repre
sentative of the Davenport Malting
Miss Minnie Imhoff and Mr. Hol
dorf were united in marriage Aug.
17. 1882. Mr. Tloldorf leaves his
widow and a son, Harry, at home, a
brother. William Holdorf, LaGrange.
111., and three sisters, Mrs. Emil
Jacobsen, Mrs. Chrl3 Theus and Mrs.
Martin Theus, all of Rock Island.
The funeral will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home.
Gustave Donald of Davenport will
read the service. Burial will be in
H. R. BATTLES & CO
I -""I 1806 Second Avenue, Rock Island r :J
Biggest Price Slump Yet Recorded
Marks Opening ''Sale of March
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Every woman will be interested and every man ought to he
in the startling reductions in staple foodstuffs, to be placed before
every economical home provider for Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day. These tremendous reductions from the prevailing' prices will
prove all the more noteworthy when the exceptional quality of
the high class groceries and delicatessen we offer for your selec
tion at such savings is fully considered.
This store has for years been known throughout the trl-eltles
as the place to buy the best edibles that could be found. This rep
utation we still maintain.
j about the sale.
Third Because our Interests have
been Identified both with Moline and
Rock Island, the hospital Is to be
erected as near the dividing line of
the two cities as may be practical.
I am writing to you as vice presi
dent of the Rock Island club, know
ing that It Is best organized to under
take the work of securing the sub
scriptions pr-Hrvt hospital. For ob
vious reasets, I jirmst, as president of
the club, ' you to undertake the di
rect In gof this campaign, though I
shad always bit willing to do such
of the evening was spent in looking at : member o? St. Paul lodge. No. 107,
Pictures and postal cards, shown with ' kihs or i-ymsas. te was wiaeiy
a postcard projector loaned by S. W. jand Pl'larly known in the trl-cities
ana me news 01 nis suaaen passing
will occasion deep sorrow.
Mil. JAMKS KERR.
Bowlby for the occasion.
j A group of the B. G. M. boys are
I busy just nov in preparing for a little
! Ulaiul Wurifj-h Vnrpmiin Snirrrs ' pnfprrninmnnr tVni tlinv a i-o fr, t.lirA
Serious Accident in Silvis
George E. Smith, S09 Twenty-fourth
soon, which is to be different from the
Andalusia Thomas Cole, Samuel
Edgington Charles Bogener, James
Hampton Albert Dennbardt, Frank
Guy singer, James Vogel.
Port Byrou N. C. Reeley.
-Moline Oscar E. Johnson, A. J. Ktrt was .prlonstv iniured Saturdav'...,.. .
, - - - .- - i t IU1I ICS i. niitpv s -
WILL SUCCEED NORTON
worK as may oe a.s.gnea mc. ; Rotfk IsiandA1 Redds, A1Ien pratt
I trust the plan will meet wth,j A N1son John Kel)er! j x.
your approval, and that of the Rock , ner charles Bleuert w. w. Wiegand,
Smith. S. S. Berry. Frank Lundholni. j afternoon when he was impaled on a
George Hoesli. W. E. Freeland. C. J. broken beam of a box car. Mr. Smith
Cronander, Fred Frisk, W. J. Bass, wno iB foreman of a switching crew
Robert Erickson, W. J. Bergren, An- j for the Rock Island road was pn top
ton Linden, C. E. Boenety. C. W. Glea-of one of a 6tr5ng of box carg in the
sun, i. ctwira.
Slivi3 yards" and was turning the
wheel which controls the brake of the
car when the engine either bumped
Secretary to the President.
Washington, March 6. Announce
ment was made last night that
Charles D. Hilles will succeed Mr.
Norton as private secretary to the
president on April 5. Mr. Norton
on April 5 will become vice presi
dent of the First National bank of
or Jerked the string of cars. The jar j New York.
h, nut forward I X- , Anfirsoin- Jnn Kocn- J., A. E. broke the wheel from tbe beam and
, i iirisou, v uaries i Ersif u, jonn feier-
Yours very truly. son. Henry Duerlng. M. Kavanaugh,
W. A. ROSENFIELD. c w Robertson. J. Gilbert, Ben Fry-
SIEHTEXG TO BE CAX.LEIJ. singer.
Mr. Caateel stated today that be
would proceed at once with the call jTACT I FAVP THIIRnAY
inir nf m Jtiiuo- of the Rock Islaud I LCH'" inUHOUMI
club, the toe Island Business Men s , n .. Spoak at Aanta aru, Take a
assoclatioti, and other organizations shnrt Va-ain Before Iletumins.
and indlfldual citizens that might be j Washington. March C President
tatsrestefl in the generous tender that jTaft ieaves Washington Thursday to
has been made by the children of Mrs. jBpeak before the Southern Commer
Rosenfiold, in order that some tenta-icSal congress at Atlanta on Friday.,
tlve plans might be set on foot look-jjje ia planning to take a much need
ing to the fulfilment of the terms of ; ed rest before returning to Wash-
As Mr. Rosenfield states in his com
munication, it is estimated that the
income from the $60,000 endowment
will prove sufficient to pay the ex
pense of caring for pa'ionts who are
without means. Thus Js revealed the
Mr. Smith was thrown onto the brok-! insioiieo vecuum uieaner.
'en beam. He we.s taken at once toj Kerler Rug company have installed
the Moline City hospital, where his in- R vacuum cleaning wagon to their al
juries were dressed. It was neces-! iady up-to-date cleaning plant. The
sary to tal.e 15 stitches in the wound, j wasrou wiI1 'e usei1 for house to
Physicians in attendance state thatjifUbe cleaning and also used on
he will recover. fine oriental rugs at t lie factory
cleaning place. Tins makes it one of
the most up-to-date carpet and rug
cleaning places in the tri-citiea. All
work will he promptly attended to.
Kerler Hug company, 1710 Fourth av
Mrs. James Kerr died Sunday af
ternoon at 12:35 at he home on the
Thirty-eighth street road, South
Rock island, after an illness of two
days of pneumonia. She was Chris
tina Scherer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Scherer, and was born
April 21, 186fi, In South Rock Is
land, where she lived all her life.
She attended the German Lutheran
aud public schools of Rock Island.
She was married to James Kerr Jan.
8, 1S9. She leaves her husband,
two daughters, Clara and Gertrude,
four sisters, Mrs. Marguerite Raithel.
and Misses Gertrude., Katherine and
Mary Scherer, South Rock Island,
and four brothers, George of South
Moline and Jacob, Phillip and Fred
of South Rock Island. The funeral
will be held Wednesday afternoon at
1:30 in the home and services will
he held at 2:30 in the German Luth-
Ten pounds eastern granulated
sugar, with order 4gc
Quarter barrel sack best hard
wheat patent flour.
Sleepy Eye brand $1.45
13c Yankee Baby, Country Gen
tleman sugar corn,
10c, or dozen $1.15
Fancy California lemon cling
peaches in extra heavy syrup,
this sale 21c,
a dozen $2.40
Three 10c cans Campbell s as
sorted soups. 21 varieties
Three one-pound' packages best
seeded raisins 29c
Two packages Cream of
Wheat for 2 5c
Ten bars P. & G. Lenox soap
Five pounds navy beans
2Tc bottle Snider's cats'ip . . 13c
25c can Marie Elizabeth bone
less sardines in pure olive oil,
can 2 5c, five cans for . . $1.00
One pound can Royal Halting
One pound can Titsra's tea in
fancy can'sters. regular price
C5c, our price 55c
50c can of Izuma Japanese
crabmeat ; 39c
Half pound cake Walter Baker's
Premium chocolate for ... IGc
One pound box extra fancy
washed figs 22c
Royal Ann California white cher
ries, large fruit in good
syrup, a can 20c
Five cans for 9 5c
$1.85 gallon can pure maple
syrup, for $1.65
25c cakes extra fancy White
Clover honey, nothing
finer, for 20c
Fancy Long Horn cheese.
Best cream brick or limburger
cheese, pound 21c
2'i pound caron fancy table rice
an oxidized teaspoon in every
package, ach 25c
Liberty Pure Fruit Jams In fruit
jars, wherever sold always makes
friends, a Jar 25c
Three cans 12'c New York
green siringh . beans
Three cans 10c New York wax
beans for 26c
Three 10c packages None Stub
tnlnce meat for 25c
$1.00 palls purs country
sorghum for 86c
25c quart Jars pickles, all
varieties for 21c
I 'c fancy domestic macaroni
15c boxes fancy Imported cltmtHr
riibins for 25c
Three large cans ftidiana
1 Or packages VUtor powdered
starch for (Jc
5c packages Argo lump
100 boxes Funkiat or Pure Gold
Brands California sweet navel or
anges, they don't grow
better, a dozen 28c
Fancy Burr Oak Micliiuan
potatoes, a peck 25c
90c bottle Rae's finest Lucca
olive oil for 80c
"Xtra fancy N. Y.
pitte.ITrn cherries for .... 29c
15c can KooseberrieH in
heavy syrup 14c
Fancy full cream Merkiiuer coun
ty Now York cheese,
SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE
Blended from finest mild, thoroughly cured coffees. For flavor,
strength and aroma cannot be equaled at the price, ('(impure it
with any coffees you pay much more and note the superiority
of our Special Blend coffee, four pounds $1.05, a pound 29c
Missouri. The funeral will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in
the Tonclch home. Rev. E. T. Mc
Farland, pastor of the Memorial
Christian church, will conduct the
services. Burial will be in Chip
MRS. MARY C. I.ORKNTSKX.
Mrs. Mary Christine Lorentsen
eran church of which Mrs. Kerr wasjdled yesterday arternoon at :io at
a life-long member. Rev. Ph. Wil-jthe family home, 905 Fifteenth
helm will conduct the services and! street. after an illness of three
WILL DENY GUILT
ington about the 20th. He will visit
Augusta with Mrs. Taft and remain
there about a week. Going south he
will take in Chattanooga. Tenn., the
homo of Representative Moon, if it
can be dene without the loss of too
Has Refused to Confess That Hs Is
Murder of Poras Mata&;c
Case Is Continued.
Blaze on Roof.
burial will be in the German Luth
llKIMlICII K. I.. I.AXfil".
Heinrich Edward L. Ijmga.aged 10, son
weeks of gastritis. Mrs. Ixn -eiitscn.
whose madden name was Mary
Christine Willadsen, was born Sept.
26. 1855, in Denmark, coming to tnis
Licensed to Wed.
e!s Nelson Molltu
Miss Anna Stenberg Molliu
Harry D. Peterson New Bedford
Miss Faun K. Iclie IMda
Oscar Bjnrstrom Mollnt
Miss HUma Turntiist Moline
My grocery store at 2700 Seventh
avenue will be open tomorrow morn
ing for business. II. LANGK.
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Inge, died Sat- ""fy and to Rock Island when she
urday night at 11 o'clock at the boine wa 19 f fge- t"le s
2-EIghth-nd-h.lf avenue, after n 'f't L, A
, . ... ... . 111 . M J .. .. ., 9 1 lOI.I. f-lllC IS" n
ine nre oepartmcnt was cauect to -' iMr.n Ttw.reald f'lara and
TKrt nun lif.rn In n " Illlcr iuiivm.u, . - . ,
t.-i. . 11' ia vi ' i. o i v 1 1 i . u u i j
a boarding hoyse at the northeast
corner of Twenty-first street and
1900, in this city.
Jovan PalHmata. alleged murderer
now behind the bars in the local police
station, has decided to deny his guilt
Fourth avenue this morning, to extin-i 'ern:an Lutheran school
guish a blaze in the roof which was
caused by sparks from the chimney.
The damage was nominal
He attended the
He was a
Boston Shoe Company Ready for Business 'This Week
Matthes; two sisters, Mrs. Hans
Paulsen. South Rock Island, and !
.f Tlrirlr Iain ml nnrl
boy of great promise and his untime- ( ; , J . ., ,,.;,,.,H0,n in n..,.-
a ur'juivi, Liiuai . i ..... ,
ly death comes as a great shock to!
his tartnts and friends. He leaves
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-.T!i . . vj- 'S'-.-A. j .a.
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mark. Mrs. Lorentnen was a mem-1
l. . . , 9 Mavflnwer (-Ariin. N(l. 101.;
his parents, two brothers, Henry and! Neighbor, of America. The
rnest and five sisters, Mrs Charles x be neI(, Wednesday af-
Liau. Anna, r.isie, iiora anu Alma. . In th Memorlnt
I f I IK Mill ill " ' ' "y
K. T. McFar 1
land, pastor of the church, conduct
ing the services. Burial will be in
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sr- u , k Al j V. ( :
..,...,. . v, .... Christian church. Rev
tl L 11 U I lUt A 111 tilt uuiuc ciiiu sei - 1
vices were conducted by Rev. Ph.
Wilhelm. pastor of the German
Lutheran church. Burial was in the
, German Lutheran cemetery.
I ICMM. MHIK SH( DI.EV.
I Ennna Marie Shadley died Saur
; day afternoon at 1.4T. at the home
of her iiarents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Shad'ey, ir09 Fourth avenue, after
! an illnebd of three days of a com-
plu-ation of diseases. She was born
Fl 4I1H COKPKI..
Edward Goepel, 214 Fourth avenue
db'd last evenitiK after a short illness
reselling from the Infirmities of aac
Deceas"d had been a resident of this
city 17 years, coming here from G r
many. where he was born Oct. 14, 1
Surviving him are the following chil
April 13, 19ur., at Quincy. III. The cnen: Ivlward (,(;epei. Jr.. or tins c n .
faMii'.y had resided here two weeks, i Mrs. O. E. Mann. Davenport; Mis WII
The body will be taken to Quincy , liam Bnehholtz, St. I-o iis; rJmma Goe- 1
IhU evening oer the Burlington and ' pel, I)avenort. ai;d Helen Gospel of
burial will be there tomorrow. I Germany. In addition there are l'J
iiAiioi n i:hfokd. grandchildren. j
Harold Erford died Saturday af- Fl KH l. OK V. K. I. (.HIMM lis.. ,
ternoon at 5:30 at the home of his
parents, Mr.' and Mrs. B. F. Erford,
The funeral of Wiliiam F. Langhiu
richs waa held yest'rday af' rnoou at
'70S Seventeenth street, after an ill- 2 o'clock in the home. 2" i:t Fifh a ve
il ess of two weeks of a complication
of diseases. lie was born May 11,
j 19 4., at Hanna City. 111., and came
'to this city with his parents a year
iazo. He leaves bis parents and two
'sic: ere. Bertha and Golda, and a
brother, Ben. Services conducted by;
Rev. T. E. New land were held this:
j afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home.
; and tlfr body w ill be taken to Pe- .
I nue. Rev. W. G. Ogievee. aqsdittant
! pastor of Broadway Pr l t-t ,;ir.
j church, conducted the services. A
quarfet consisting (it Mis:-s AIi
i Quinlan and Helen McKinney, Anh .ir
Jonagsen and Rev. Oglevee, sang
lal was in Chippiannock cemetery.
n RRti. op vih. kvi.i;hi.
Tiie body of Mrs. Jerry H'-ylers. '.U'Z
UIS3 AGNES SEXTON.
JOHN P. SKXTON.
MISS MAJtG ABJECT O'CONNOR,
Secretary and Treasurer.
HARRY C. DRIGGS.
Manager of Men's Shoe Department
With the opening of the Boston Shoe company's new store ia the Robinson building on Second avenue Wednesday morning. Rock Island wilt
be able to boast of oie of the test exclusive establishments of its kind in the middle west. For several weeks tte proprietors of the store have oeea
busy getting the room fitted up with mission fixtures of the latest style and in properly placing their large stock of merchandise.
Three of the four members cf the firm. Miss Agnes Sexton, Miss Margaret O'Connor and Harry C. Driggs, are experienced in the shoe busi
ness, having learned It while employed at the Boston Shoe store, formerly conducted in this city by George A. Price. John P. Sexton, the fourth
member, has already demonstrated his business ability in other lines and there is every reason to believe that the combination will prove a strong
and Successful one.
The store has a large di?play window, and this has been fitted up in fine style wfth a mission backg-ourd topped by art glass. The office and
store room.arjeJU-tn? rear and are partitioned off from the main salesroom by a mission paneled partition which is very fretty. The fixtures are iShe leaves her daughter, Mrs. Ton- who Is ill. The vote selling probe will
mission throughout and tie stocV cases are of tiia vej-v latest variety. , J cich, and a daughter and two sons in be resumed-
cria this evening. Burial will be in ! Fifth avenue, was taken to Klmwood, i
Springdale cemetery Jn the latter Ind.. yesterday afternoon over the loci. 1
city tomorrow afternoon. I Island road, and burial will b- there
MK!. MARTH4 UHITL4TCH. j tomorrow. j
Mrs. Martha Whitlatch died last j
HTXZ V, "? ANOTHER HEADS
Second avenue, after an illness of a !
week of a complication of diseases,!
superinduced by infirmities of age. Danville, 111., March C. George
jMrs. Whitlatch was born Dec. 30. iSlown was this afternoon appointed!
i 182u. in Indiana. She had resides ' temporary foreman of tbe grand jury;
j in this city for the last two years. I to take the place of Isaac Wood yard. !
Call and look
1619 2d Ave.
LOOK FOR THE BEAR.
c -- o ftfaeral la ta ;
"t'-i . 'tne 'army,
1oa. "ZZ cents. -..U ' .v . , v ' ' ' , I