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THE ABGKtfS, &A'tffcA'SY MAY 14. 1904.
davi;npot DOib The caFe rf George W. Smith against Cora H. Smith came t.- an end in the Scott county district court yea terday, when Judge .lacks n ban ' down a decree. The judge states that be find from the evidence offered that the plaintiff in the action b not enti tled to an annulment of tbc marriage on the grounds advanced. Tiie ptatn tiff in the cane has heen an inmate of the Watertowii a-yium for the Insane some time. o Dr. Elmer has performed a distri ing operation upon Walling McCaJL of West Sixth street. The delicate sur gery occurred at Mercj hospital ami consisted in the removal of one eye to save the sight of the other. MeCall had been, struck in the eyeball by splinter of glass, snd suffered terrlh . .Monday he removed to the h-- pital, where be va-- placed :n treatment by Dr. Elmer, who made every effort to save the optie. O Bfjnhlir n n caucuses were held in all of the wards Thursday evening for the selection of delegates to the coun ty convention being held at the Tur ner hall this afternoon. The conven tion will in turn select the delegates to the state convention to he held at Des Moines. o Samuel L. Waller .ha- applied to the court for a decree of divorce from his wife. Cora M. Waller, whom he mar ried at Qntncy, III.. Mas 13, 1900. The petitioner alleges as grounds for the action that the defendant is now li Eng in adultery at Cedar Rapids. Bel mick A Boudinot appear for the plain tiff: o The recent death of Marshall T. tiass. superintendent of the Iowa s. I diers Orphans home in this city, leave- a vacancy that will soon have to he filled by the state boat I of con trol, which has supervision of this in--1 it ui ion. The friends f two Daven port gentlemen are pushing them for the important position. One of these Da ven porters li ( haries E. Krchard, principal of school So. ". and the oth er is Principal Barry E. Downer, of school So. L A new law ii city promises to substantial legal The partnership m launched in this I m come ne of t he Arms i f the city, i- composed of Sam A. Finger, police masristrati and chairman of the republican city cen tral committee, and F. Dickinson Letts, formerly senior member of the firm i ( Letts A McGee, of which ex City Clerk .. W i'.. McGee was the .junior partner. The new firm has cated its offices in suite on the sec ond floor of the MeManus bull ing, being the quarters occupied by the old firm of Letts McGee. O ... .is . . The bearing of the four boy-, Ray Foster. James and John Peefaey anil .lohn MeKeague, charged with malic ious mischief in the petting of Thomas row ley's residence, at ."47 Mississippi avenue, with rotten eu'irs during Tues day night when a children's party was in progress, was held before Justice Louis K. floddewig yesterday. The lads appeared with their parents and jdeaded guilty. Th miplaiuinir wit- ness had made the charge that of ma lifi" ii s mischief, which Is an indictable & rfaBBll I m Eu; STOMACH in the building up of firm solid f!esh. It also cures INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION. INSOMNIA. AND MALA R.IA. FEVER. AND AGUE. Try a Bottle and see for yourself. Here's voluntary praise: ;oooooooooogoooogoooooooooo Washington. I. C. "Your ltittt r- is a most extra ordinary remedy for restoring the appetite. '1 place it above any other medicine on the market and cheerfully indorse it." ( . W. KKHOK. OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGC Women Will Also Find the Bitters Unequaled as a Tonic and Regulator. offense, and therefore the justice was m pel led to h Id the foul lads to the grand jury. He placed the bonds at titiO each, the parent snd the-- were signed by Thursday evening, a Abraham Mey ers. in. an employe at the Davenport Mutton company's plant oh West Sec- nd street, was on his way home an'l had passed Fifth and DeSoto streets jt hi.- way to West Sevcipth street, where he resides, he was held up by two colored men. The boy broke ! e from his captor- and. ran. and a- the lad let go several good yells the pair dared not follow him. The alarm was -0011 raised and the p lice began a search for the guilty men. By 7 o'clock William Brown and E. White, both coal black negdoes, were safely behind the bars. The boy. Sieyerson, identified the two men positively. The u gr e- state! that they came to Dav enport from Mineral. III., on a freight train Thursday, and denied having been in the west end of the city. The magistrate heard all the evidence sub mitted in the case am.' then fonm! the two men guilty, sending l th to the county jail at hard labor for 'JO days each. PROGRAM OF THE WEEK'S DOINGS AT THE COLLEGE Sunday, May IS. Sermon, Dr. K. P. Bartholomew, 7:';o p. m, Monday. May Hi. Die Deutsche Gesellschaft, 4 p. m.; committee on absences. .1 p. m.; Wen n erbcrg chorus practice. ." p. m.; graduation recital: Marie J hnson, piano. Cert rude ('arse. V ' H'. tion. Tu p. m p. m. ind A. Gertrude Daviea, elocu p. in. lay, May 17. College faculty, 4 Gladstone Debatingsoclety, 4 Webster Debating society, 4 p. m.: band practice. 5 p, m.; graduation recital: Tracy Swans n. piano. Agnes Laurence, piano, and Bttfl Setterdahl. ei cution, - p. in. Wednesday, May is. -Conservatory faculty, 4 p. m.; prayer meeting, l. m. Thursday. May lji. chorus practice, S p. m recital: Anna Carlson, Johnston, elocution, s n. Wennerberg : graduation piano. Mary in.; business alumni banquet, 6 p. in. Friday, May 20. Iduna society, 5 p. in.; l and practice, ." p. no.; program by senior class for Phrenokosmian and Adelphie societies in the gymna sium, si p. 111. Saturday. May 21.- Students" prayer meeting, 7 p. m.; graduation recital: Florence Frle'stat, violin, Frank Fries stat. piano. B p. in. An Open Letter. From the t'hapin. S. ('.. News: Early in the spring mv wife and I were tak en with diarrhoea and SO severe were the pains that we called a physician who prescribed for us. but his medi i ines failed To give any relief. A friend w !im had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and we at once felt the effects. I pro cured a bottle, and before using the entire contents we were entirely cur ed. It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in every household. If. C. Bailey, editor. This remedy is for sale by all df UgglstS. Foley! Honey and Tar is peculiarly adapted for asthma, bronchitis and hoar-eness. Sold by all drug-gists. HOSTETTER'S Stomach RESTORES THE APPETITE Food eaten without appetite always causes distress. It lies in the stomach undigested and soon ferments, causing Severe Pa.ins Heart burn. Bloating svrvd Belching. A dose of Hos- tetter's Stomach Bitters before meals will strena- then the stomach and stimulate the flow of gas- $ trie juices, which are so essential to perfect di- gestion. Then these ailments will quickly vanish & and in their place you find a healthy desire for food, which will be perfectly MULINI MENTION V.-.f-LvitVi-t.mdir."' the heavv raTn 61 Thursday evening the rummage saU closed with total cash receipts of $8J for the benefit of the Union Missi n There is much remaining, and the nmrs w ill be own at the Industrial hall this evening. o After a year f study of the tenet of the Swedish Lutheran faith a clas of IS will Supdav forenoon be ad milted to membership in the local church an.l participate in its com munion. There will be no .Sunday school service, and the morning ser vice will one n at 10 o'clock, one-half hour earlier than usual, that the rite of confirmation may be administered. o Tli.. mm ,tf ill.. hnnl i if edu cation will no o.ubt be busy securing teachers to iill the vacancies caused by the resignation of teachers. It i: understood that ten high school am grade teachers will send m tbeir res- iirnations at the next board meeting some to accent better positions, and others, it i- whispered, to sail on tin matrimonial seas. Profs. II. L. Drown and K. S. Campbell and Mi-s GrSci Wiard. of the hiirh school faculty will resign', and it is understood the fol lowing grade School teachers will also: Misses Louise B. Suman, Emma Media. Nellie C. Bcnell. Claudia N Johnson, Minnie E. Swanson, Ida F Wedien and Kuirenia Si hnson. o Mrs. W. F. Hast man. li s. RuTuS Walker. Mi-s SusSn Walker. Mrs. I). W. Gould, Mi-s Myra Ransom, Mts. David Zeigler. Mis. Carrie Frick, Mrs. Robert J. Dennett and Mrs. Arthur Lane, having applied for membership to the Woman's club were favorably voted on yesterday at an executive board meeting wiih Mrs. Hnntoon, and tin ir names were presented to the club this afternoon at the annual meeting. The names presented will make the membership ')''. o Howard Vance, aged ." months, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L Vance, of Richmond, Ind.. died yesterday at the home of his grand.par; nts, M. and Mrs. Roseberg, 8807 Seventeenth street. Mrs. Vance was on a visit to her parents here, having arrived two weeks ago. bringing the boy with her. and the little fellow was taken ill a week ago with pneumonia. The funer al will be held from the home of the grandparents Sunday at '-' p. m.. Rev. W. C. Spencer officiating. Burial will In- at I v i v i rs ide. o Greeks working on the main line loo. ..f the K ik Island ra- ' -it W nlWer s st:i- tion. and lh injr in a 1 .x car along t he tracks this side of Xatick yard-, at Twenty-seventh street, are losers to a considerable extent through the visit of a burglar yesterday. When the men l.ft for w.'ik at 77 o'clock 4 key h-U the car unlocked. Between 9 a. m. and 11 a. m. a man broke the lock and secured two watches and a number of coins from the old country, besides papers and receipts which look like foreign negotiable paper. The burglai changed his old clothe for a suit bought by one f the Creeks le-s than a week ago. and he took away with him another practically new suit. 6 Tupils of the. domestic science dc- m Bitters! digested, resulting s ft ft ft OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ! Kmm-t. T-xas. "I have used? vnur Bitten for Dyspepsia and lndipeslion and it did me nwre pood than any other medicine. All sntTerers shoidd try it." V. .1. HELTON. partment of the Moline system cf public s-chocl training were on exhi bif n Thursday. The members rf the board of e.lucatin. the teachers of all the school-, and members of their families were guests of the do mestic science and Washington school teachers at the reception and demonstration given in the Washing ton school after the regular school hours. o William P.urjredn. a nu lder at Bar nard & Leas Manufacturing company, has probably learned a lesson and will no doubt profit by it. Thursday af ternoon T. Ba Kearney found him on Fifteenth street a trifle under the weather, and took hini to the police station to sober up. Yesterday morn ing he was given his liberty but BOOK returned lugging a satchel ami with a mournful voice with German accent said: "Yesterday I had this satchel filledi with mv good clothes and got drunk. This morning when 1 opened the satchel I found it full of empty beer bottles and no clothes in sight.1 II.- thinks thai while in the saloou some one exchanged the clothes foi bottles and also took some money from him. K0ZAE.T ORCHESTRA FIRST CONCERT IS A FINE SUCCESS The tirst concert given by the Mo zart orchestra at the Hick Island high school last evening delighted a large audience. Each one contributing to the program did admirably hi- or her xirt. and the success of the entertain ment was reflective of no small amount of credit on the instructor, Miss Augusta Hellpenstell. There were encores, the program not bc- ing concluded until 11 o'clock, as follows: PART I. It was Children's Svmnhonv , .Haydn .Bellini Marira- .Goda nl Mozart Orchestra. Vocal duel from opera Norma , The Mi.-ses Anna Densrler and rite IJeese. Violin solo. "Berc use" Miss Florence Priestat. Recitation, "Catherine in New York" Davis Theodore Kiehelsdorfer Vocal solo. "Am Mcer" Schubert Miss Anna Dengler. Octet Wald Anadchl bi Members of Mozart Orchestra. Intermission. PART II. Merry Sleigh Wide Chavatal Mozart Orchestra. Selection from opera "Undine.... I.ortzinp Vrranged by Theodore Rud. IJeese. of Dave aport hfixed chorus. . Davenport Turn vercin Violin solo. "Kantasia Mrilliante" bv Zedeler Prof. Prans Zedeler. Vocal solo, The Time of Roses'... .1 IJeese Miss Margarite Reese. Vocal solo. -O, Fair Dove" bt Master Ernest Ktcse. Children's Symphony Romberg Mozart Orchestra. AT THE HOTELS At the Harper C.J. Byrns,Ishpcming, Mich;w. II. Dongel, li. C. Horden, J. R. Burton, Chicago; d. EL Sheldon, St. Louis; d. C. Fisher, New York; P. Seegers. K. Liverpool; S. If. Log woof. ht. l.ouis; . a. ( amminsrs. Oberlin: G, W. Reillr. Danville: E. B. Murphy. Leavenworth; If. I!. Smith. Mrookn'ehi; II. W. Besley, C. II. Ounton, St. Louis; I.. W. Holmes. Detroit; S. C. (iitford. Lock Islaiul; C. W. Mri'-irs. V. I. Woodward, 11. 11. Howell. Otto W'itie. D.Gardner. .V A. Fitzmauriee, (i. A. 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