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THURSDAT EVENIN THE DAVENPORT DEMOCRAT AND LEADER November 12, 192s 17 BRIEF LOCAL NEWS St. Margaret's (Trinity cathedral) Cook Book now on sale, S2.00. Nice for sifts and prizes. From any member of the -Guild or call Dav. Union-Davenport Trust and Sar. Idks Bank A Strong Bank Third nd Brady streets. Adv. C FRATERNAL ) Juanita Council No. 59, Daughters of P!'.-!i')iit.a:, '. ill nave its i cr.uLtr 5i::)f nxr ins Fnuav e -nw.i- at Hibernian hall. All members are requested to be present. The Sewing Circle of Phoenix Temple No. 21, Pythian Sisters met at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Claussen. 1437 West 7th street lour members were present and the next meeting will be with Mrs. Ora Bryant 1S47 West 7th street on Tuesday, December 8. The assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Caroline Weigland and Mrs. J. Paulsen. ( PERSONAL ) Mrs. Nathaniel E. Dick of 2-.2S Jefferson avenue, leaves for Vinton this afternoon to spend two weeks visiting her sister-in-law. Arthur J. Ilehwold, traveling passenger agent of the Southern Pacific lines, is in the city today conferring with Division Passenger Agent C. C. Anderson of the Rock sland lines on accommodations for the Iowa university football game to me aouinern (janiorma lay anniversary uidav. resided on a farm twc LeClaire. I MARRIAGE LICENSES I GUULUUUN5I.UU. GETS MILLION DOLLAR WORK I Illinois Central Awards i r- r r i Big Contract to Daven- J port Concern. i A-$1,000,000 contract has been - awarded to a Davenport concern, the Gould , Construction company ,In the track elevation and subway orK tor the Illinois central rail road at Jackson. Miss. Work will be immediately begun on this Die ioh and over 3U0 men will be on the payroll until the contract is completed . in five or six months. . . Alf. Lcpard. president ot the Gould Construction company, 'will have personal direction of the big contract with C. V. Dart as the field superintendent in charge. News of the securing ' of the big contract has been received here by Loui-s Lorenz, manager of the home i office. ! CLAIMS HUSBAND AIMS HUSBAND LACKS INTEREST IN HOME,' SUES' William Jalass' alleged indifference Jo his home life tormi-rmK-rt iu his wife. Nina Jalass appealing j io the district court today tornl1 divorce and the right to resume her name of Nina Trimble. ..ley were married in IS-O-ioj m addition to the locomotive the llontello, Wis. Smith & Swift arc jocc-moijve wrks has an exhibit the attorneys. l,r ST jron caMlncs and parts of Hazel Lane Is asking a divorce , Janlis. Macks, sheet and from Lawrence t. I-ane on the ' stc;(.j wrl; such as are produced in grounds of cruelty. Thy wore i , he b!g plant Jicre. married in Javcnport. S-pL 1. JSC. , TfcJs exhibit is one of several ana Save one child. I.aurian. age S. which have be"n on display in ihe Harold Metcalf is the attorney A Good Contractor Takes pride in doing a Good Jon and liliving his I I umr.--.i- of nc 3-,;, ' lTJinOcr Ol US WJil help him immensely- I n , , , . - acnenwrf umiocr . bupply Co. Storage tor Wrrchatifllse. Httmt-hcM Goofle ana Avrto-ttefle in w Wcw Private T?tpfn Healed Piano Heom -Saepert Mover anil MAtn of Hotiicholfl Merchants Transfer WEN. OFFiCE.518 MABBISOK ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, 1911 West Sixteenth street." I)a import, passed away at the home of her parents Wednesday evening, terminating a five weeks' illness, Mhich developed into diphtheria.. The family came to Davenport recently, coming from Council Bluffs, Iowa, where. Miss Valeria was born on Feb. 12, 1920. Besides her parents she leaves to mourn her loss two brothers, Victor and Wilbur, and one sister, Martha, all at home; her maternal grandpar- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stoep ofj Omaha, and her paternal grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wilson of Davenport. Private funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence. Interment was made in Fairmount cemetery. The body ot Robert J. Barnes of Detroit, Mich., -whose death oc curred Tuesday in Detroit hospital. will arrive in Davenport this event ing and will be taken to the P. II. McGinnis funeral home. Mr. Barnes died very suddenlv following an operation. He was a machinist by trade. Besides his wife, Mrs. MaberBarnes, he leaves to survive his loss, three brothers, John and George Barnes o Rock Island, and Charles Barnes of Los Angeles, and one sister, Mrs Fred Johnson of Minnesota. Funeral services will be held from the home of his wife's sister. Harry Findiey. 11G Grant street, feettendorf, at 2 o'closk Saturday afternoon. Interment will be in Oakdalc cemetery. The Dougherty Funeral. Funeral services for George Hen-erson Dougherty were held Wed nesday afternoon from the late . 3006 Rockingham road. Dav enport, with burial in Fairmount cemetery. The Rev. Carl Holter- man was in charge. The pallbearers were Henry. Edward, and George Jr. Dougherty, Everhardt, and John Pauls, and Robert Jaeger. The Kracht Funeral. Funeral services for Mrs. Helene Kracht, wife of Jack Kracht. for- Bettendorf marshal, whose death occurred at their home, 422S Alcott street. East Chicago, Ind.. Tuesday morning, will be held at J: JO o clock Friday afternoon i from the E. A. Horrigan Son : chapel. The Rev. J. A. Miller will be in charge at the chapel and at the grave in Oakdale cemetery. I Mrs. Kracht was born if Schon- berg. Germany, on Jan. 3. 1882. coming to the United States, and "-ect to Moiine. m.. in 1902. on Xov- J5- lsl-l- she '""as united in marriage to Mr. Kracht at Mus- catjne. and the couple resided In Bettendorf until two years ago when they went to East Chicago. She was a Mercy hospital graduate nurse, having graduated in the class ot 1908. Besides her husband she leaves to survive her, two sisters. Miss Alma Brockman and Mrs. Anna Boeller. and two brothers. Herman and Henry Brock-mann, all in Germany, besides many more distant relatives. LOCOMOTIVE CO. EXHIBIT BANK I IIUIfY LI II MllfL LUUUI I LfllUIIL 'Gasoline Locomotive SrtjX m-SETES Up in First National honored by being , he Bank Today. A four-ton gasoline locomotive j the feature of the Davenport locomotive Works eihibit in the I of lhc First National bank today. The engine is of tic type , km work "in larcc Sobs. . irank lobby, indicating the product of some of the local industries. WOMAN SUFFERS ACID BURNS AT MERCY HOSPITAL I Mr Opal Fc-ssMioej;. tarl' old. rending al I, Wen Sty-trad I !''IV"1 - t-1111 1" Mercy nro-pital '.t, xi. 3Xaner. S. Hivkin. N To- - f51 af,t:nim? "-B"riaS trrm the1c)tr Phil Sj-jjd,, B, ijfa-.v.jn and Imrr, -of f-w-holir arid whirl .he,A M,VTJ!- Ma( aM, - "00 "w"!. "a- rmmmmi cm Mrjrrae. , . : " ' ! """""""'' ""Ji I alujivs ten Jin-K : you in Uu itT tijr-ction she- put A Storage Co. PHONES DV. SEEKS TO BAR EVIDENCE FOR LDONEY TRIAL Attorney R. D. Robinson Presents Petition to Judge W. Graham. 1 ALESBURG, 111., Nov. 12. I Attorney R. D. Robinson of Galesburg representing John Looney of Rock Island who is charged, with the murder of William Gabel, came into circuit court this morning and formally presented a petition to Judge Willis F. Graham. asking that the court suppress as evidence in connection with the trial scheduled to commence here Nov. 23, property alleged to have been taken illegally from the Looney home in Rock Island by agents of former Attorney General Brund-age, John Kinney, "a detective of the Rock Island police department Dennis N. Bennett, another Rock Island detective and Gus Kruger, Orville Bragg and David DeSmith, three police officers of Rock Island. The petition alleges that the first raid was made Nov. 19. 1922 and that two other raids were made in fallowing days by the same persons, none of whom had search warrants, as is required by law. Hunting - knives, a revolver. letters received by Looney for a period of four years, legal documents and pictures were named 'in -the property alleged to" have been taken. Judge Graham announced that a hearing on the petition will be held next Monday. PLAN TO RAISE MILK ONE CENT PER QUART HERE Wholesale Dealers of This Vicinity Meet to O. K. Increase. Wholesale dealers in milk in the tri-cities will raise the price of their products 1 cent a quart, it was decided at a meeting of the Association yesterday. The present price of milk per pint is '5 cents, and this will be raised to' 6 cents, while a quart, which has been selling for 10 cents will sell for 11 cents. . . Another meeting will oe this evening in Rock Island to plete the plans. DAVENPORT BOY LI I Mm lllllTllll! The alleged indiscretion on the N II Mr 1 1 llttr I Alll'Pan ot Mrs Chandler, who by the OFIOWAFROSH Gus Wunschcl. former Davenport High grid star, was named captain of the Iowa University Freshman football team at the election last night, according to the word given out today. It is the custom of the state Froh players to name the team leader following the final practice of the season. Due to the- fa tnat leaves for the cinc coast cxt we?k I Freshmen axe thru "for the year. -j For three years Wunschcl was one oi uavenpons most- aepcai- he choice for All Trl r-i dents at Iowa think that Wun;-chcl J will be one of the. main contenders fr Captoln Griffon's position next) jTRI-CITYZION MEMBERS PLAN RAISING FUND mcciincH I Tri-CHv Zionist '. ht-1i -Jnesdav nithl 1 1ho ira-e I of Sam Gcllermarj. 1K SiM-t-nth i .1ree1- Ilork Island, passed a recn. the hie anited Zion- st campaisn for foods, including i; a I s.-u ,i i fond. i A comtniltt-p was appointed to;U formulate flans and k--ull of the- afire. eonHstinc of Sam Gellcr-1 3 .ertd 1o represent the Tri cill-cs 3it lhc rejiimiid rojifrrenre for the jrim t awjialea o h- h-Jd SuPdiir The Sherman hol-tl. Chicago, here the pn-tid'nl oi 11k- Zionist rirEaPlr.-iUciB of Atm-nra. Ijewio l.Py. 'f Mm. Anita M-urll'r I Cr-h'H pf Vienna will tv .iV. "The (inference will ftirm plans ti'-sl 1o rail- llf- tV'Ti.'Oim jlolm a-n:p.'.lgn IT'i'T I -the TJorl, lilaiifl -m'-timc n'-re 5tnTn 'f;fTIr. mini. SI. Tlritnrr. I'hil Sli-rtek, X ToV'N. S. Ttnl.iT, aitid A. M'-vers ,1 Knt-li 1'TnTnl Tli'- liirr-Kt pun t,i 1b- lUTid ci-'-c ',o h-lti the vimd-. c.r TlmviuTi j.nd folji J. i'h unierjiiil- nh- ."!;', m TV- ;.t: In l-ali- iJlaMd S,n,)fl xiv. r x-ew YtTl: is nalimuil iliainiiim of ihe i Jlrc-TOTIlkm 'dolJirr 'flrlv SUSPENDED JAIL SENTENCE GIVEN TO COAL THIEF W. W. Bornhoff, who was arrested last night by Officer Schwinden, today pleaded, guilty to petty larceny and was given a 30day suspended sentence by Magistrate Harold Metcalf before whom Bornhoff was arraigned. N. F. Miller of the Miller Fuel & Construction Co., signed the information charging Bornhoff with stealing coal from Miller's yard. The defendant declared he did not take the coal from the yard, but Picked it up on the railroad tracks. Miller said he saw the man go into the yard and fill a sack with coal. The judge told Bornhoff that because of his family connections, he having two" small children, the jail SCOFFLAW REPEATING FINED $400 A. Ingraham and E. Peters Plead Guilty to Dry Law Violations. Emil Peters, whom official court records disclose violated the state prohibition law twice within six months, was fined $500 and sentenced to three montfis in the Scott county jail by District Judge W. R. Maines this afternoon. The jail sentence and $100 o the fine were suspended, Peters paying the $400. Albert Ingraham. indicted by the last state grand jury for violating the liquor laws, was fined $300 and three months' in the county jail. The jail sentence was suspend ed and he was accorded the privilege of paying his fine on thl in stallment plan of $100 down and the balance at the rate of $10 a month. He was to elect late this afternoon whether he would accept the offer or go to jail. Both men were charged with illegal possession liquor. DR. CHANDLER SUING BRIDE FOR DIVORCE Divorce proceedings charging in- , fidelity and' namiUK Harry B. , Kaung, a Japanese, as co - reson - ! !dent were filed in district court . 'today by Dr. Thomas -W: Chandler, 70. proprietor of the Chandler (hotel and the Idol of prize fight (fans of two decades ago. against Kathryn S. Chandler, his youthful .bride of four months. Scott & Scott are the attorneys. way is the plaintiffs fourth wife. occurred Monday night, according to the petition. Tuesday evening Mrs. Chandler dleweicht champion boxer ot theimcnt against him for the world was threatening her life. The Chandlers were married in Ellendale. Minn., on July 14, last. WOULD MAKE 2 LAWSUITS OUT OF ONE Battling for De lay Inject New Issue in Nichols-Crawford Case. An attempt to convert the Nkholf-Crawford litigation into two separate actions, one trialable before a jury and the other before a jadKC.' is being made by attorneys for the defense in their kofnr. ni.trfM ia w n Ijjajocs. ' - i unknown parties, according to re- There arc at least 17 specific imports made by loopproperty own-Points- involved fn the proceedings. re Thc tiafs are L. .n ,. ,, Jf JT a part of ihe mnniciral holiday dec- - Certain of these points are'rf"1011 hfe an.d Purchased classified b passed ' T1 -r a 303T 1 law courts, while o1be-rs are o-Quitablc matters to be 'adjudicated trial before iiuuce. StiIt-ow I, rholein who it- tie. ling the array of defense counsel in - e case, opened the arguments ithls morning wiUi a review ot tie litigation and closed by dli: l - M - de - Bis from a Urge number of law .books in -support of the defense coottnUoa. The jrln1iff mn- books in suppnrl of the defense j cdca ny rmrte nlk. Is Uurrlnc its inning this afitraora. ; Tcflay" arguments follow a two cay r;:-u over a aMlra Jo -art 'Ui lrliil s lh" case pending room'try o: a iei-ue toh- The case, JmolvJne Jaim of alleg.,d due n a wriw-fn ha been pendlsc fw scrtTal yejirs. BENEFICIARY OF TRUST FUND DEMANDING SHARE I 1Mi- HoffnuiTi. aantiflaughl'i 1 "f 1V- Jal" ll'iinjih Vi-lkti-.. 1.p ' Ci-1 14. 1MB. ,,-ti'l L'-ne- Iflfinri - r,r n trn't fund r-rwit"d 1v Ills -oslale. fil'-a n jllUtm in dl- : Irio errari lofldy fur an nrd'i ertjn- pelliiiR U;urj- HolTman. purrllnn. ho mm rn-pr nrt- dljttrOrdiivc rnr, ajncnrhUtu: to fU'AI). COUNTY LOSES INTEREST FUND FOR NOVEMBER State Orders Earned Income Diverted to Pay MEANS LOSS OF $12,000 County Has Already Contributed Interest for the Last Three Months. Scott county taxpayer having contributed the earned interest on their public funds for the months of August, September and October, amounting to $9,603.18, toward paying "the other fellow's" losses in bank failures, will have the pleasure of donating the November interest,' according to word received here today by County Treasurer J. Frank Reddy. The order, diverting the earned interest for November to the state sinking fund created by the Brook-hart-Lovrein law enacted by the last general assembly, was issued by State Treasurer Ray Johnson, and is the. third consecutive call issued since the law went into force on April 1 last. n The four-months levy upon Scott county will total close to $12,000, according to the county treasurer, and will be equivalent to approximately one-half a mill in the tax "The calls received so far for di verting interest earned on public ! funds means that 50 per cent of the i county's interest money will be di- verted to the state since the law became effective," County Treasurer Reddy said. The call applies to all public funds on deposit within the county wlth the exception ot funds belonging to the city of Davenport. All other funds including county funds, city and towns and rural school districts, townships and towns will be levied upon to pay losses sustained by cities, towns and counties having funds on deposit in banks forced to closed their doors. Lnder the ruling of the attorney general's office, the city of Daven port being a special charter cit: trom contributing to : fund or from claiming any of the ABANDONS CASE AFTER HOLDING JURY TWO DAYS After contesting the claim of the plaintiffs before a jury for two days. W. J. Bryson, defendant in a replevin proceedings instituted by H. L. and Myrtle Pfenninger. abac- I sion of an automobile claimed by : lne piainuns The collapse of the case came this morning in Judge D. V. Jackson's court after two dajs had been devoted to impanelling a-jury and introducing evidence. FLAGS STOLEN FROM SOCKETS ON THE STREET Property Owner Report Depredations by Night in the Loop. ;;a!T along tne curb last night by some b-r an-!-u,lJ, an property-owners at a considerable Those who suffered from the dep-radatipns of last nlrht's thlerts or prowlers are planning to take precautions in the future and put away their flags before dark which wonld detract from the spirit of the occasion on snci a time as Armistice nlcht. IMPANEL JURY IN REPLEVIN PROCEEDINGS Trial of the J. F. Xoel vs. John Weller caw. an anion in replevin 1o rt-ooT-cr ponflcsAion of an engine. " l1ar,,"a "More a jarj- in I"n ji!" J"- -,rjt!ira-"1 , V, , ' . ... .. j plains W. Ciok k Ballull 'n-pm-cM. !1ir . o e More Workers 1 I Than Work at I I Relief Agency I Tinrlrjc 1I1' hum tn'iitli ihere .wre UK! aTTllcJint" for mitl al ih- b'aflclor1-rs M the l.tidles' Indus irial It-litif jiodaUca jmd 1;b1 r,r, can., for wwlteTS. aocwdltii: to 1h- Ijuwrftlr rcjort vt lSn nssocudion Shoe Salesman, Fearing Insanity, Ends Life With a Bullet Thru His Heart 111 health and the haunting fear that his ailment would eventually affect his mental faculties are believed to be the underlying causes surrounding; the death of William Campbell, 35, a shoe salesman, 624 Main street- whose lifeless body with a bullet thru the heart, was discovered late Wednesday hunched over the wheel of his Ford coupe on a side road a mile north of the city. A hastily scribbled note asking tbat his brother V. G. Campbell, of! Lyons; la., be notified was discov - ered in his pocket along with - h packet or letters from his sweetheart. Hazel Thompson, a school teacher at Fulton, 111. Sheriff Frank Martin and Acting Coroner Merle Wells, who investigated the case, held that it was a plain case of suicide and declined to order an inquest. Campbell, who had been a patient at St. Luke's hospital up until three days ago when he left without leave, is believed to have killed himself late' Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. Farmers passing the scene at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday morning noted the figure of the man hud. died in the car and assumed that he was asleep. Later in the day, THIEVESBREAK INTO GARAGES; TIRES STOLEN Prowlers Visit Section of Highland Avenue and Force Door Locks. Thieves 'evidently in search of auto equipment forced locks on doors of three garages last night when they visited three places on Highland avenue. The only articles reported missing are two tires stolen from a garage owned by J. C. Thompson. 214 Highland avenue, where Bert McCleary had his car At the home' of It. L. North. .2118 Highland avenue, the garage was entered, but nothing was reported missing. Mr. North returned home about midnight and found the doors At the W. J. Riecke home. 2130 Highland avenue, a lock on the garage door was broken, but nothing was missing from the automobile which was in the building at the time, the thieves entered. Police believe' thV work may be that of boys who planned to steal tires. DELINQUENT TAX PROPERTY ON SALE DEC. 7 County List, Largest in Years, Will Be Published Next Monday. Scott county's delinguent tax !t. .one of the largest in recent years, will be published neit Mon day preliminary to the starting of the annual tax sales on Uec 7. -While the final check of the list 111 not be completed before the end of the week. County Treasurer J. Frank Reddy predicted todav: Ihat the list would mtain more; names than the lii-t a year aco. and would probably exceed any list published in -rcvcral years. O'CONNOR, HELD FOR CHEATING, TO HAVE TRIAL Manricc O'Connor, charged with ! cheating by false pret nsc in that ! he gave a ehatlel montage on anto- J title. -Kin b- tried In rulirc court Friday morning. He j-. allecd to have pjven W. 3. r.rysoa a chattel mortgage for more than S."(H on a number of autontobilcs which did not belong to him. Bryson filed the charge against O'Connor, who. polic- sa;. is a former automobile dealer here. POLICE SUMMONED TO HUNT PROWLER SEEN NEAR HOME Tolic" were called to Third and Bro-n sir is lasl nlchl 10 ham a pTXiwler nho was r-ecn ajTmplinc Jo peep into windows of hrras.es r 1hat vjrinilv Olfit-tr William Schmnden w;ic sent 1" ini-'-'-lical" and after i-' .iTth-ing 1h nelghboThood r'pn-i"J ih;n no JTJir t! ihr man was fcTid. East Davenport Fuel & Lumber Co. 2023 East River St. Oav. 443. i Nick Olson, owner of a dairy near the scene of the suicide, passed tho ; car and decided to investigate. Stepping up on the running board and peering inside he discovered j her sudden death nas due to" a he man's revolver lying, on the: heart attack. floor of the car. He immediately The decedent was born in Eewis-notified the sheriffs .office. Itown. Minn., on July 3. 1S6S. In Campbell evidently determined j ISO" she was married to Mr. Mott that one bullet should be suf-in Grand Island. Neb., rind one flcient. He had loosened his cloth-1 year later the couple came to Dav-ing and placed the muzzle of thejenport, where they have since re- 32 calibre revolver directly over;.sided. She nas a member'Of the his heart before pulling the trigger. Campbell had resided here several years and was employed as a solesman by a local shoe company. His mother resides in Preston, la. The body was removed to the Hill & Fredericks parlors to await arrival of the brother from Lyons this afternoon. " I Henry Niel, Foe I of Cleanliness, I I Is Sent to Jail j Magistrate Harold Metcalf today sent Henry -iei. coioreu, to an for ten days because Henry can't keep clean. He was picked up yes-terdav by Detective Peter Kuehl and Officer Fisher who found him living in an old bus midst filth and dirt at the foot of Division street. Niel has been into court three times on complaints of persons living near him. They complain that he dumps rubbish and rotten fruit and vegetables about the place uhere- he lives. "They's nobody down that way 'cept me and the dead people ovah in de graveyahd." Niel said. "I ain't disturbed nobody." And then Henry took an oath that he hoped he'd hang by the neck and offered to tie the knot himself it be wasn't being persecuted because of bis color. He has been ordered to move from various sections of the city when his mode j ot living became obnoiious to 1 those livingnearb3 TWO AUTOMOBILES REPORTED MISSING; ONE IS RECOVERED Two automobiles were reported eu missing last night, but one was later recovered by police. Si. C. taken late last uigbu The ma cnine was found today. A Ford coupe owned by W. L Kennedy. lSSOJ Rockingham road, was also stolen last night, but It has not been recovered. Oui Biggest Value at5 IT spells quality, through and through. Not a detail has been overlooked. The workmanship, the style, the felt, the siik lining, the braid-all go to make the biggest five dollars' worth you've ever bought Only through constant thought and planning for our customer's needs has this greater value been made possible. May we show it to vou? rv irru I'm. 207Main St MRS. A. MOTT : j DROPS DEAD flT HOME j Heart Attack Responsible j for Sudden Death Ac- cording to Coroner. Mibie Molt dropped dead at lie. 202C Jefferson avenue: i Davenport, at S:10 o'clock Wednes- - day evening. Coroner J. D. Canl- i well, who was summoned by her ! husband, Darius Mott. found that Uaptist church. Surviving besides her husband are two sons. Eenjamin Hodges of Davenport, and Edwin V. Hodges of Miami. Fla.; two brothers, Amos Schottuck of Xebnftka, and Eugene. Schoituck of Colorado, and five Icrandchildren The bodv was removed ti the Henry Ttunge Son's mortuary ing funeral arrangements. WELL KNOWN OLD RESIDENT IS SUMMONED Mrs. M. Kaseman, a Resident Here 70 Years, , Dead; 89 Years Old. Mrs. Matilda Kaseman. a rest dent of Davenport for 7U years, and daughter ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Christian Geyer, passed away at ilier home. S14 West Eighth street, jthis morning at .:40 o'clock. Her : death came peacefully and was ! caused from the infirmities of old 'age. 1 Born in Germany on April 4. 1 1S36. Mrs. Kaseman was in her jS9th year. When 3 years of age jshe came to the United States with her parent-:, first settling lOhio. At the age of 20 years she came to Davenport, and one year j later was united in marriage to (Frederick Kaseman. whose death'; j occurred in 1SS9. She was a mem-jber of the Lutheran church. Surviving her are two daughters. Mrs. Matilda Adamsoc. and Miss jAnna Kaseman. both of Davenport; one brother. Gus Geyer of Los An-;geles. and two grandchildren. ! The funeral will be held Sunday i afternoon from the late home with !the Rer. J. A. Miller in charge-Friends are welcome at the home.' 'but the burial in Oakdale will be private. mum tt cotvrr' OtaAtoport. Iowa.

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