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The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa • Page 4

The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa • Page 4

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Tire daily Transs. JOLT 3. SHOULDER BONE DECIDED TO GET MARRIED STORM DRAIN FOR THIRD STREET 1 Mm I I. I. Railway Company Furnace Heat Is Best and Cheapest Furnace heat is best, cheapest and most healthful and we honestly believe the Round Oak the best furnace ever made.

Everybody knows the famous Round Oak Stove the most popular in the world. This furnace is made by thesame people and it's just as good. There are all kinds of furnaces at all kinds of Ml prices but to save fuel (important nowadays) the furnace must be air-tight and hold the fire. Cheap furnaces don't do this so they're really the most expensive. We furnish free a carefully prepared scientific plan for heating your home.

Then we install a ROUND OAK FURNACE Aj Easily HtgulaUd aJ a Lamp that saves fuel from the first day and burns any kind of hard or soft coal, coke or wood. A furnace should be properly installed to fit the needs of the house it heats. You take no chances with the Round Oak nor do we. TRI-CITY HEATING SUPPLY CO, Sols Agents, Davenport, Iowa. $1 Round Trip Davenport to Clinton Tickets purchased on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th are good for return until July 10th 50 Cents JEound Trip to Mississippi Park i Including Admission to the Par Spend the Glorious Fourth at "The Pretty Spot on the River' $500 Worth of Fine FireworKs at 9 p.

rn. All Kinds of Amusements During the Day Fine Picnic Grounds on Every Mile of the I. I. Line. Tahe a Cool, Fast Ride Summer Suggestions BROKEN BY FALL NORMAN LA GRANGE OF PLEAS ANT VALLEY INJURED Thrown From High Seat on Wagon at Alley Between Third and Fourth Streets on Perry Umin a nnnn.

of Pleasant Val ley, a man about 45 years of age. Is lying at St- Luke's hospital as the result nt a hrnhAn nhnulder bone sus tained by a fall from a high wagon Saturday afternoon at me auey on Perry street between Third and Fourth streets. nr nranirA east through the alley near the Boies undertaking rooms from the Smith Bros, and Burdlck company's wholesale house where he had gone to secure a load of groceries for a store In Pleasant Valley and when the front wheels of his wagon on which he and his son were riding struck the gutter he was thrown from his seat to the pavement. tjrt otmieir annarptv on bis head and shoulder. Neighbors and passersby rushed to his assistance anu rarnsu him Into the Boles parlors where he en a rnt and Dr.

A. W. R3 Jl 1.... via v. Bowman summoned.

Upon examination the physician round mat me man nau sustained a bad fracture of the shoul der blade. He was removed to St. Luke hospital yesterday morning where he is tViQ etnaest rare from Dr. Bow man who reports that the break is a painful one. DAVENPORTERS AT EPWORTH LEAGUE LARGE DELEGATION WILL AT- TEND BIENNIAL MEETING Session Opens in Denver Wednesday and Close Sunday Railroads Authorize Less Than One Fare Rate What promises to be one of the larg est meetings of the Epworth league in the history of the organization win De held at Denver.

this week when the International convention of the Epworth league will open Wednesday evening and close Sunday night It is expected that between thirty and forty thousand people, representatives of Epworth league bodies from all over the will be in attendance, amontf whom will be a number of Davenport ladies. Miss Lillian Coleman, aeaconess 01 St. John's Methodist church, and Miss Mary Grobe, left at noon today as delegates from the Epworth league of the Methodist church, accompanied by Miss Fannie Willltts of Bettendorf. Prenaratlons have been made for the accommodation of about 3,000 delegates from the state of Iowa alone, while from all other states and cities large delegations are expected. The railroads have offered a rate of less than one way fare for the round trip to Denver, so that many are tak ing advantage or the opportunity to see the country on.

account of this reduced rate. The rate was authorized on account of the biennial convention and many have signified their intention of going for that purpose, but more are paying an extra fee to have the time limit extended with the aim and Intention of remaining all summer. LEESE IS HIGH MAN Sitz Rifle Club Has Regular Monthly Tourney B. H. Leese was high marksman at the tourney held by the Sitz Rifle club at Ed Brehmer's range in Bloody Hollow Sunday afternoon.

Out of a possible 250 points in the ten-shot, he scored 239, and this mark stood the best of the day's meet. Others who were among the first in the scoring were Ed Brehmer, Max Hanley, Robert Westphal and SI Petersen. About 15 of the members were present to take part In the sport. A Delightful Water Trip between Detroit and Buffalo via the Detroit and Buffalo Steamboat Company without extra expense, (except for meals and berth on steamer), Is the privilege of holders of tickets from the West reading via the Grand Trunk Railway System (double track from Chicago to Montreal and Niagara Falls) to or through Suspension Bridge, N. Y.

Further particulars, including illustrated descriptive literature, will be mailed on application to Geo. W. Vaux, A. O. P.

T. Grand Trunk Railway System, 136 Adams Chicago. HOLD FIRST MEETING IN Bankruptcy Case of Frank Kleinsohmldt The first meeting of the creditors of Frank Klelnschmldt took place this morning at Referee Hrlnilck's office and as the creditors did not put in nn appearance the matter was adjudicated by the referee. The bankrupt testified that he had turned over his business to his credit ore some time ago and that he took this method of getting rid of hi remaining debts. lie scheduled no assets of any kind.

START FOURTH EARLY Two Lade Held for Shooting Off Fire Arms Before Time Two lads giving the names of Ed Fabrlclus and Ed Stnufcnbell were arrested for cnrrylng concealed weapons. It seems that the lads were firing off blank cartridges. The judge told them to hold their enthusiasm another day and fined them II and costs as a reminder that they must not violate the rules of the chief. The boys paid up and were released. $1.50 to Peoria and Return The Davenport Turner Hlngjng Section have arranged for a Special Excursion from the Trl-Cltios to Peoria and return on Hunday, August 13th, Special nttrnctlons will be Sacngerfest picnic and Base Ball Game of the Three Eye League, Davenport vs.

Peorlu. Train will leave Dav port at a. m. Tickets to be had at ir Island iltket office or mi John Cor-wald's Office, 220 West V-lrd. MAGISTRATE PERFORMS THE WEDDING CEREMONY Two People Arrested Take an Easy Way Out of a Rather Bad Situation A happy ending to an unpleasant episode took place at the police station this morning when Chas.

Klein and Frankie Hall were married by Magis trate linger. The couple was arrested by Officer Feers last night and was discovered under compromising conditions. They were brought before the Judge and both acknowledged their guilt and stated that they were willing to take the consequences. As they seemed to be a peacefully inclined couple, however, and have hitherto borne a good reputation the Judge let them off with one and costs. It seema however, that they decided after the fine was assessed that they could travel better as man and wife than otherwise so they waited patient ly until me juage naa completed and then were quietly married in his of fice.

Low Rate Excursiona to the Seashore, via New York City with privilege of stopover on return trip. The Lake Shore Michigan South ern Ry. will sell round-trip tickets from Chicago to Asbury Park and return June 29, 30, July 1 and 2, at rate of $23.35, good returning not later than July 10, with privilege of extension un til August 31 by deposit of ticket and payment of 60 cents. Stopover may bo had at New Tork on the return trip. Don't miss this opportunity for spending your vacation at the seaside.

If you are particular as to comfort and service, we offer something a little superior to any other line. See that your ticket reads via. the Lake Shore The route of the "20th Century Limited." Send for itinerary to L. F. vosburgh.

General Western Passenger Agent, Chicago, Illinois. Special Rates to Spirit Lake Effective at once the R. P. will place on sale Week End rates to Spirit Lake and return at rate of $9.00. Tickets on sale for train 19 leaving Davenport every Friday and for all trains Saturday, with final return limit the following Monday.

The Times. 10 cents a week. Why Endure Pain the excruciating misery of blind, bleeding, itching piles, when there is an absolute cure Dr. Perrin's Pile Specific is an internal remedy that painlessly produces a positive and lasting cute. Pleasant to vhe taste, it is absoJutely free from opium, cocaine or ptber injurious; drugs.

Simply take a. ipoonful three times daily before each roeaL Dr. Perrin's Pile Specific The internal Remedy For dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, biliousness, catarrh of the stomach and kindred ailments it is the greatest remedy that has ever yet benefited mankind. Think what a relief it would be to you to be rid of these troubles and to avoid the almost certain consequence of Piles, Dr. Pert In Medical Go Helena, Mont Our business Is to transfer anything of any weight from anywhere to anywhere else.

We will haul anything you want moved. Dally wagons to Mo-llne. Wagons to East Moline on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. We also handle the best grades of hard and soft coal. Our prices are always satisfactory.

Tri-City I Transfer 6 Fuel Company 221-223 East Second St, Both Phones 230 CHAS. SCHICK Manufacturers' agent, wholesale and retail dealer in FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF 8AFES Vault and Safe Deposit work. New and Second Hand. Safes always on hand from $5 upward. 304 Main Davenport, Iowa.

Old 'Phon 855. New 'Phone 297. BEST OAK SOLES Nailed 50c Sewed 75c Shoo Repair Works i 124 HarrUeo Street 'fclffiia JhjfcAA J. A Hi1 tiAjHI WAIT OUTLET FOR THE BACK WATER HAS BEEN MADE Street Department Working Hard to Have the Hole on Lots of Mr Ban Filled The street department has provided an outlet for the back water which was thrown on East Third street near Farnam by the high water blocking the sewer.

A storm drain has been provided which will take away all of the surface water and the people who live and work In that vicinity will not -have to te bothered with any stench. When the water backed up it threw great quantities of tar through the catch basin into the pavement and the city officials are now trying to find out where the tar came from. It Is not yet known whether it came through the mouth of the sewer or came in through some drain above. The tar completely covers the street in places and it will be quite difficult to remove It. The street commissioner also states that he has a number of teams busy filling the hole on the Barr lots on West Fifteenth street Over 100 loads of dirt have already been hauled in and the commissioner has two syphons pumping out the water which filled the big ditch.

Three trips to Muscatine, J. July 4th. QUARTERLY REPORT READ AT MEETING SUNDAY SCHOOL OF BETHLEHEM WILL BE REWARDED Banners Whioh Were to Have Been Presented Will Be Given at Services Next Sunday Morning The quarterly celebration of the Sunday schools of the Bethlehem Con gregational church, Davenport, was partially interrupted by the slight rain storm last evening, which kept some of the little folks from attending the services. The evening was given over to the Sunday school and the secretary of the Schools, Miss Emma La Frenz, read a report of the conditions since the last meeting three months ago. Her report was all that could be de sired, the figures showing that the Sunday school numbered one of the largest-In the county.

The financial standing was equally as favorable. An interesting little program was rendered in connection with the reports of the meeting, especially entertaining among which was a patriotic recitation, "The by Miss Icey Teel, and a song by little Miss Gadd. All the numbers of the program were carried out with the exception of the presentation of the banners and rewards in the Sunday school. The infant class will receive two banners, one for the largest number of members taken, in during the quarter, and the other for the largest collection, and Mrs O. H.

Barlow's class receive a prize for punctuality. On account of the rain of last evening, many of the children, especially of the infant class, were unable to attend the exercises, so that the presentation of the banners will take place next Sunday morning. LEFT FOR CONVENTION Rabbi Fineshriber Attending Rabbi Meeting in Cleveland Davenport will be represented at what promises to be a large and important clerical gathering this week in Cleveland, when the national convention of the American rabbis opened this morning with a large delegation of Jewish divines from all over the United States In attendance. Rabbi William H. Fineshriber of Temple Emanuel, Davenport, Is the representative from this city.

He left Saturday for the convention with the Intention of being present at the opening session which was due to have been held this morning. The program for the national gath ering of the Jewish clergy has not been received in Davenport, but papers will be read and discussions taken up in wnicn itahhi nnesnriner win participate. The hours of the convention will be devoted to the consideration of matters of mutual benefit to the synagogues throughout the country. CHARLES GRILK SPEAKS Patriotio Services at Second Presbyterian Church The services last evening at the Second Presbyterian church were of a patriotic nature. Charles Grllk had been chosen to deliver the patriotic nd dress and he choso for his topic "The Opportunities of the Nation," which he amplified in an able manner.

It has been the custom to have patriotio ser vices on the Sunday nearest the Fourth of July. Mott R. Sawyers, pastor of the church, will deliver the patriotic address In Centervlile, hia home town, tomorrow. BORN ON THE FOURTH J. Stanton 83 Years Old Will Celebrate Birthday J.

Stanton, who is making his home with his daughter. Mrs S. J. Tlusted, 917 iA'Clalre street, Davenport, will celebrate his eighty-third birthday anniversary tomorrow, having been born on the Fourth of July. He has been in this vicinity since 1R50 and Is well known In Scott, Clinton and Rock Island counties.

He Is now totally blind. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature Ice Cream Freezers Refrigerator Baskets Water Coolers i Lawn Mowers' Garden Hose' Window Screens Screen Doors Cherry Stoners, Gasoline and Oil Stoves We also save you money on Builders' Hardware Headquarters for Blanks Rascber, SrJricker Rascher Hardware Co 224 West Second St. 'Both 'Phone WHOLESALE AND RETAIL iil'Miwi ni'j REWARD FOR LOST APPENDIX A. W.

GREGORY OF RHODE IS LAND LOSES WATCH CHARM Mother and Son Making Transcontinental Automobile Trip From Atlantic to Pacifio That an appendix is a valuable possession, even though It causes untold suffering, Is demonstrated by the fact that A. W. Gregory, of Wlckford, Rhode Island, who with his mother, Mrs H. Gregory, wife of the late Wm. Gregory, of the state of Rhode Island, Is making a transcontinental trip In a Stevens-Duryea automobile from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific coast, has sought to recover his appendix which he lost while en route on his extensive trip.

Mrs Gregory and her son left Dav-nptrt yesterday morning for. Des Moines after spending four days In this city. Mr Gregory is the son of William Gregory, governor of Rhode Island, who died while in office on 16, 1901. Upon the death of his auier, jur uregury, who la a jcivio of age. was made manager or the Wlckford Worsted Mills, 20 miles west of Providence, at the age of 19 years, and last fall In October he was taken sick with typhoid fever.

Partially recovering from the effects of this malady, he was seized with an attack of appendicitis, for I which he was operated on March 16, i 1905. The appendix was removed and Mr Gregory, after his recovery from the effects' of the operation, had It placed In a silver receptacle by a jew-' eler and wore Is as a watch charm. The physician who attended Ml Gregory prescribed that he must abandon all business activities several years and seek the open air Accordingly the home In Wlckford was closed up and he and his mother started on transcontinental tour in an automobile. Leaving Wickford, R. May 15, the tour was commenced across the I state of Connecticut, New York, through Albany, Rochester, Syracuse end Buffalo.

Somewhere between the Iroquois hotel In Buffalo and the little town of Hamburg, Mr Gregory lost his watch charm containing his appen dix. The receptacle was of no value to anyone except himself and he has advertised In nearly every town In Pennsylvania and New Tork for the recovery of his appendix. Journeying eastward, Mr Gregory and his mother have passed tnrouph the states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mich igan, Indiana, Illinois and reached Imvenport last Thursday after travel Ing overland over 2.000 mllps. Mr Gregory Is making the trip for the benefit of his health and he is aiming at no records, but rather to see the country and regain his health. Mrs Gregory enjoys the trip and wherever they find a town which appeals to them they make a few days visit.

Davenport had little or no attractions for him but he remained here expecting to be accompanied westward to San Francisco by Dr. K. C. Gould, a graduate of Brown university, who has IN COLONEL'S TOWN Things Happen From the home of the famous "Keyhnel Keeyartah of away down South, comes an enthusiastic letter about Postum. "I wa In very delicate health, suffering from indigestion und a nervous trouble so severe that I could hardly sleep.

The doctor ordered me to dls-, continue the use of the old kind of oof. fee, which was like poison to me, pro-I duclng such extreme disturbance that could not control myself. Hut such iwas my love for it that I could not K't my own consent to glvo it up for some I time, and continued to suffer, till my father one day brought home a package of Postum Food Coffee, i "I had the new food drink carefully prepared according to directions, and 'gave it a fair trlul. It proved to have a rich flavor and made a healthy, wholesome and delightful drink. To my taste th addition of cream greatly Improves It.

"My health began to Improve as soon as the drug effect of the old coffee was removed and the Postum Coffee had i time to make Its influence felt, My nervous troubles were speedily relieved and the sleep which the old coffees drove from my pillow always came to soothe and strengthen me after had drunk Postum In a very short time I began to sleep better than I had for years before. I have now used Postum Coffee for several years and like It better and find it more beneficial than when I first began. It is nn unspeakable Joy to be relieved of the "Id distress and sickness." Name given bv Postum Company, Battle Creek, Mich. There's a reason. Read the little book, "The Road to In sach pkg.

LONG FALL AT MILLER HOTEL CHAS. JOHNSON SUFFERS SE VERE INJURY IN ACCIDENT Ambulance Summoned and He Is Taken to Morbonia Hospital Where Fracture Is Reduced Chas. Johson. a wnrlHnprrtflrv ttrhn lives at the Miller hotel on West Second street, had an accident Sunday evening which resulted in a serious fracture of his right leg. Mr Johnson returned home about 7 o'clock in the evening and started to go to his room on the fourth floor of the hotel.

He had Climbed to the nnrrh In fha rear of the hotel and was just about enier me Duumng when he walked off the porch, the end of which he COUld not see in thA rinrkneaa TVio man fell to the ground below and. his cries soon Drought him aid. It was seen immediately that Johnson was severely injured and the ambulance was called and he was taken to Morbonia hospital. Dr. C.

Bare- waia was men summoned and he found that the man had suffered a Severe Injury, the rieht lei? hninarfrnn. tured and splintered In a serious manner. The Dhvsiclan dresser) th I nlnrv nnrl the man Is resting easy but It will be weeks before he can walk again. received an appointment to the Melbourne hospital in Australia. Dr.

Gould Was to have met Mr Clroarni-v and his mother in Davenport Saturday, uui in me evening or that day word was received that the doctor would meet the tourists in Ties Mnlnp Wort. nesday, whither Mr Gregory and his luuiiier siarieu yesterday. Omaha is the ohlectlvo nnlnt Iowa, beyond which the itinerary has nui. ueen lormea. mr uregory is anxious to see some of Wyoming, Colorado and Utah, and he 18 planning, if iKJHBiuie, io reacn Portland, and travel thence along the Paelflo Francisco.

With the exception of a few punctures, a broken drive chain and several other little accidents, the pleasure Of the trln hn Tint hmn maA one undesirable incident. Mr Gregory a icucivinB considerable notoriety about the appendix incident. ITCHING SKIN DISEASES Instantly relieved, permanently cured, by Dr. Hale's Household Ointment. Reduces Inflammation onni.

skin, allays itching, heals eruptions. an arug smres, xbc, or sent direct by Kenyon Thomas, Adams, N. Y. JUNE POLICE REPORT The police report for the month of June has been compiled and shows the work of the department for the thirty jubi uuseu. oiiowing is the report of urrests made: Under State Laws Assault and battery 14 Larceny 19 Vagrancy 64 Fugitives from Justice 4 Obtaining money under false pretenses Breaking and entering 2 Assault with intent to commit felony 1 Threatening to commit a public offense 2 Tolal Under City Ordinances Disturbing the peace Vagrancy Inmates Keepers Gamblers Drunk and disorderly Obstructing sidewalk Resisting nn officer Carrying concenled Violating peddling ordinance.

Violating building Flipping Careless driving 107 66 10 69 2 12 1 4 3 2 1 1 Total Miscellaneous Electric lights reported nut Light globes reported Huns made by patrol wagon Miles made by patrol wagon Prisoners tarried by patrol wagon Rutin mado by amlmlanrp Miles made by ambulance Sick carried by ambulance Injured carried by Defective stdcwntki Defective crossings reported Iced lights placed Iost children found Yards macadam furnished Days worked by prisoners Arrests made Tramps lodged at station Mealu furnished station at lSc. Meals furnished house of detention Total number meals furnished. IRS 193 179 191 226 299 26 44 10 16 R3 26 SR E7 90 29 5 291 269 151 420 rani Vacations Spend them in Colorado! No other place so good! No other place providing so much at such little cost. Lower rates this summer than in any previous season $24.90, or $22.40, or $16.70. Ask me for details.

Both Phones YOUNG, City Ticket Agent Muini rain, ipn vMn i.itiitiWi''lJto-iiiCi vli vnim inmm fin or 1 Mvr, 'S'lr felAHITOU it rrowir' not vWA Hiiwa from rltt finfw. hunt. rvtE? Ian wllh mmf irf, rt und ptaumirp nil tha hih (i nor nrn niirmjrn luumru or mnoort rt wMf' rt fm ih mwlilng 'it nno Rnd iIum over Iti jyiVjfc iMf-HMnl onroutln "ittMin 'tnr out in 9 mi 1 mora umlaut fini vy ii or run. First ClaOnly-ra990nger6eivtcExolualvl)r Mm mnrtPtn crnnrnrtn, eiprtrtr liuhtmui uneJHBftnt ho pqmprw tot nplo ho truvnl riahf. Ttir rtftHIng Vrkl ki wn 4'liarl Vol iptif llarbr i UkU.I.s llath iV 1 Hook If sfrjrr-'joi.

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