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yCSjAY HES ROCS L3LAI0) AKQU3- APRIL 16, 1S23.
4 The Day in Davenport Teisat Keserts te Coarts twilling "car" n Daven iirt Uiat tenants resort to every weapon available to retain LmMMion. for Instance: In the 'Surtof Justice of the Peace W. W. Sort Thursday afternoon the case 5h. tt DeVore and V. h. Arm ifoof, agent, vs. Scott Cutinlng . .',utit an action in forcible ' t ud detainer, was called for SaL If the court rules against th defendant the case will go to - aigfrlct court on an appeal and Miiction for an injunction re tSato the lower court and con itsNe bof ousting the Cunning Ant family. That is . just how Jares houses are in the city. Scott CBtngham, who is a traveling in and lives at 1601 East Locust street, dropped his business and itturned bere from Sioux City to teht the case. His attorney, John Biggins, announced Thursday norning that an application or an Injunction would follow an adverse ruling, of the Justice on the ground that there is a positive impossi bility for the plaintiff (meaning Cunningham) to procure a house of inr kind, character, or nature, for rrtt or occupancy, in the city of Davenport, due to the scarcity of bouses." - - Battery Offiee at i cruiting office and general head quarters win oe opened up in the Fifth street armorv the new Davenport battery organi- auun. - iua omces win be located across the hall from the present legion headquarters and will oc cupy the west wing of the old building. Prospects of an early completion of the quota of the new nnit were bright tuaay. 11 is now regarded as cer tain that Captain Harry Ward, for mer commander of D. Batferv win accept the offer of the backers of me new winery nere and under take tho task of recruiting the re quired quota of men. Captain Ward is now emntoved at tho office. He Is a veteran organiser, having played an important part in the formation of both of Daven-port's-old nnits, B and D, of the rwsi Iowa riem artillery. Red Cause of Damn ire Sultr Is red more dangerous to children, by reason of its attractiveness, than Other colors? Red has. been the basic dans of trembling European wronaa, n dm Deen the emblem or aggravation in the bull pasture and the Imperialistic Roman arena. It is sow the novel pigment Injected into a $2,000 damage suit growing out of the loss of a baby's finger. The suit is brought by Mrs. Flor ence Schmalhaus. as "next friend," lor her 5-year-old son against Ed ward Dishinger, grocer. One aft ernoon, when Mrs. Schmalhaus ac companied by JSer infant son war at the Dishinger store making pur chases, the child had his hand caught in an operating coffee mill and one finger was so badly lac erated that it had to be amputated. An action was brought against the grocer charging him with negli gence in keeping a coffee mill where children can reach it. The coffee mill was painted a bright red. The plaintiff Thursday in an amended petition filed through her attorneys, W. M. Chamberlin and M. V. Gannon, alleges that the cof fee null, on account of its color and operating machinery, was pe culiarly attractive to children.. Death Record Mrs. Mary F. Muir. residue: at 212 H&zeiwnni avenue, passed away at 1:45 o'clock rnursaay morning after an illness of the past six weeks. William Snively, retired farmer, residing at Kahnla Town nasawi away at Mercy hospital at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening Death resulted from a stroke of paralysis which be aaflered few days ago while on a visit at the horn or ua Drotner, Jacote Sntvely, who Uvea la Oav- enporc . See Fettee ana" Firemen Short-' ace of labor has atmck the police and Ire force, and the commission era have sent ont the Macedonian call for help to fill vacancies on the lire department which are there already, and to take care of some vacancies which will be created on the police foce. With the double platoon' system in effect , through out the fire department, there are still half a dozen jobs to be filled, before the force of flame battlers is up to war strength. Several po licemen have handed in their resig nations to become effective within a couple of weeks, and these, with the vacancies already on the force, will make it necessary to pat on several more menl Bankers Plan Program Ernest R. Moore of Cedar Rapids, will be one of the prtareipal speakers at the annual convection of Group 8, Iowa Bankers' association, which will be held here May 13. Prelim inary arrangements for the conven tion were made at a. meeting of the executive committee of the group held Wednesday at the Commercial club. This meeting was attended by W. jT. Moore of Tipton, president or ue group; emu weooiee oi Muscatine, secretary; A. C. Smith of Clinton; Joe Kelso of Bellevne and A. F. Dawson of Davenport. 1 The Store of Quality Satin? Petticoats $3.98 111-113 WEST SECOND STREET. DAVENPORT, IOWA, Hosiery Sale Special $135 AW 1 Do You Want the News of the World LATER Sunday Morning 9 MOT Then Order the Sunday Morning Davenp orf Denirat and Leader From Your News-Dealer Tomorrow Tiie Only TrI-City Sumday Morning Newspaper m ...... News of the World Up to 3 A. M. Tri-City News Up to 3 A. M. Special Local Features The Paper for the Whole Family The Price is Still Cents Per Copy FOR SALE AT ALL NEWS STANDS ON SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY, Women's and Misses Elegant Suits Formerly Priced $85.00 to $125.00 ' Reduced' for Saturday to f Thesefirices $58 an3 $75 otter a rare saving opportunity. You may purchase tomorrow a suit of best quality and tailoring thatshow all tfoeiiewest style touches atrfar below its actual worth. Tricotine, Poiret Twill Super Twill Featuring etons, short coat models, peplum styles and plain tailored Saits a wide assortment ' of distinctive types. i r On Sale for Saturday Georgette Blouses In a Noteworthy Sale at $9.95 Featuring Qualities Regular Sold Up to $19.75 These Suit Blouses, made of very heavy quality Georgette crepe, were procured from a V famous New York maker under sthe most unusual circumstances. Hand embroidery, beading and braid ing in striking designs trim them. There are smart models in over blouee style that are most nnueual, featuring all the newest spring ideas. Announcing for Saturday A , Sale of Envelope Chemise Models of Satin and Crepe de chine $5.95 Regularly $8.95 Offering a choice of tailored styles, finished with hem stitching, and models with lacy yokes and inserts of imi tation filet. Models in built up or shoulder strap styles. 31 Where Fashion Reigns E I ' - : i i I Ricii! i 1 1 4 r 1 4 crs Sewiee M acMne fle Means a Saving of $10 to $30 on Each Machine We are exclusive agents ior the celebrated Rotary tWhite New Home Free New Ideal. Sold on Monthly Payments. , . White Regular price, $95 This lale $62 Free Regular price, $85. This sale . $57 New Home Regular price, $85. This sale . $57 Domestic New $42 Si WelUworth New $25 We have an expert repair man who will repair all makes of machines. Needles, 3 for 10c; Large bottle oil, 10c; Belts, 20c. 219-221 WEST SECOND STREET PHONE DAVENPORT J 48 Iowa's Largest Sewing Machine Dealers for Over 40 Years. Thank the backward season for the unusually fine assortment of hats in the After Easter Clearance The woman who bought her hat early in the Spring and now wants a fresh hat more suitable for the bright sunny days at hand The woman who has made her old winter hat "do", in anticipation of this annual after Easter sale Both will find in this sale an opportunity to select from 185 hats which typify the best styles of the Spring and early Summer at prices that mean a big saving over their before Easter prices. French Room models included! Every woman knows of our French Room and of the wonderful hats displayed there. No hat for which there is a duplicate can gain ad mission and only the best of models from the foremost milliners of the country are admitted. Tomorrow a number of these exclusive styles are to be thrown into the sale. Six Sale-priced groups 24 hats, formerly priced $ SZ $27.50 to $32.50 go at 24 hats, formerly priced S f $22.50 to $25.00 go at 40 hats, formerly priced Jf $16.50 to $20.00 tfoat X J -r 0 29 hats, formerly priced if A $12.50 to $15.00 go at 28 hats, formerly priced $ SZ.00 $7.95 to $10.00 go at 40 hats, formerly priced' $ $3.95 to $5.00 go at MILLINERY, SECTION ' SECOND FLOOR. MILLINERY SECTION , SECOND FLOOR 1 - n J 1,". '"It." 'r mm ' i II