Cedar Rapid Republican Newspaper Archives Jan 21 1902, Page 8

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Cedar Rapid Republican, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1902, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar rapids Republican. Tuesday morn 1902. Oooo Ooola xxx to oooo we do not want to say we. Give goods Iway for nothing but if you come to our Etore we will give you prices on watches diamonds Fine Gold jewelry Cut Glass silverware optical goods guld and Silver novelties that will convince you that our store is the place to Ouy your Holiday presents. Handle Only goods or the very befit make. Krebs Roscov monuments 110 masonic Temple Charles Smith killed butterick patterns. A. B. F. Hildreth founder of t the Charles City intelligencer in a. It Falls from. The new picker ing building. I purchased from k robs Bros. Co., i of Cedar rapids a White Bronze Monu j Merit which they set for me in River j f Side cemetery. It has proved sati fact i 4 Ory in every respect and commands the i of All who behold four events that will make january Muslin underwear Sale. January Linen january embroidery Sale. January clearance Sale. Drops thirty feet Between two parallel Walls. Dies at St. Luke s Hospital 1 monday afternoon. Two Waist specials 11 no j Al s4.00 and flannel waists a Good election of and is one of the Best in Northern colors and styles Choice. 55.00, end Black and coloured taffeta waists Choice. Broken by his fill and penetrated the lung making death certain How Accident happened. Chas. F. Jeweler optician Billau 311 a Lott x3ooooooooooooog without regard to Quality Means nothing. Our prices on strictly High Grade shoes shoes in Winter weight if you Wear shoes our prices win you. Only Union labor employed t. S. Metcalf Star printing co. Laurence press co. Republican Ptg. Co. Parks Phillips co. Newton Huston Organ brat sva. The above firms can furnish the Union Label on your printing. Hundreds of firms now use the Label. First showing sew foulard. Forty new patterns Cheney Bros. Foulard for Spring 1902, exclusive designs All the newest shades and patterns. I employ from the millinery clearance Aux trimmed hat in the Stock Martin dry goods co. Funeral of w. L. Funeral of the late w. L. Weller was held from the residence no. S52 fifth Avenue saturday afternoon or. Eur Halter officiating. The druggists of the City at tended. Of sunday the remains were interred in Oak Hill cemetery. Woman s auxiliary meets the women s auxiliary to the x. A. R. P. C. Will meet tuesday Jan. 21, at o clock p. M., at the Home of mrs. h. Burton s4g sixth Avenue. The presence of All railway postal clerks wives residing in Cedar rapids Anil Marion is earnestly desired. Mrs. Smith will Smith Congress playing cards fashion series the pleasure of an evening at is doubled when the Best of cards is used. Please your quests by offering them Congress cards the Best the handsomest. We have All the Well styles mid new ones too. Especially Iota the Bitting Bull Hack this card having ii Fine portrait of that famous Indian chief. Congress Gilt Edge. So cents a. Win co. -2-41st Aye. Cedar rapids conducted by mrs. Williams Sun Day school lesson by mrs. E. B. Stevea son. The interest in these meetings is steadily increasing and those who at tend consider the hour spent in this work a very profitable one. Death of mrs. A Brief ill Ness of Hulda Hill died at sunday evening the Charles a. Smith a Foreman in the of a. H. Connor co., fell c third Story of the new pick ering building Early monday morning and received injuries which resulted in his death at St Luke s Hospital at o clock in the afternoon. His left Arm was broken his left wrist dislocated his left thighbone broken and four of hits left ribs broken. More of these broken ribs penetrated the left j lung causing intense suffering and making death certain. The Accident happened almost soon As the Mon went to work monday morning. The Brick wails up to the third floor had been completed and the Joist Laid. Smith with a fellow work Man also named Smith was engager in leveling up the joists and it became necessary to lift up the end of one of them and put a Small Block under Smith undertook to pry up the enc while his the Block companion and was put under advised to take a. Ions two by four As a South third Street West at the Unora lever and sat on the Wall while Ige of 60 years. She had been u Resi attempted to pry. Up the end of the this City for about a year her Oist. He did not get the end or his Beins n Ohio. She leaves i to mrs. Kohl her daughter or Illis Hill her. Son. The funeral held at 2 o clock this afternoon from the residence. Rev. Francis m. The wife of the missing Creamery pro Archer pastor of the Calvary Baptist i May be Rusty looking my hide Chuck full of fleas but i know or. Stanley s glasses Wilt put one s eyes at ease. 21s masonic Temple. Lady assistant Brief stories of the City suffering from j. D. Kids Iii of Flo South seventh Street is seriously ill with pneumonia. She taken from her Home to mercy Hospital sunday funeral of Andrew funeral of the Ime Andrew Mcpharland was held at Palo sunday morning and Praetor is As much in the dark As any one concerning the whereabouts of her husband. In a few Days she expects to leave this City and make her Home in the future with her aunt who lives at Spring Prairie Mich. Nothing yet been heard of Smith and there is a Lull in the Legal development of the Case. Mette was Charles me the was arraigned be fore Justice rail monday afternoon on the charge of attempting malicious extortion. The Kulia family who. Caused the arrest s Attl that they were in fear of Mette and Noull rather have him sent out of the City than to ahead with the Case. Mette was discharged on Condi Tion that he leaves the City in ten Days. Male chorus and glee Young men s Christian association has arranged for a male chorus and glee club which will be conducted under their auspices. Or. Findlay Lyon will be the Leader and considerable interest is being taken in it. It is open to All men. And furnishes Means for those musically inclined to develop their talents and enjoy themselves at the. Same time. A meeting of the Organiza lion will be held tonight at the y. C. A. Rooms. Was largely attended by the i and relatives of it deceased. Friends windows contain i. Funeral of mrs. Funeral services of the Lute mrs. Amelia Les i Ler were held sunday afternoon at the Bohemian Catholic Church. There was z. Large attendance of friends and rela Tives. Superintendent Ward getting the hundreds of friends of City missionary Ward will be rejoiced to Loam int he is improving rapidly. It St. Luke s. To expects to be Able 10 re 10 his Home in about two weeks. In police Marshall of Ber Tram lined s50 for having drunk. H _ Conlen t pay Anil he evil i water for two weeks. Frank a inn us a charged with the same offence was fined and he will help pump for three Days. Church will officiate assisted by Rev. G. Valz. Pastor of the Zion evangelical Church. The interment will be Linwood. Helping her world is still sympathetic enough to help a poor woman n distress As shown by the Fol lowing1 paragraph from a. Keokuk paper an Wylie Hairell lady applied to Chic Hennemann this morning for assistance. Bhe is on her Way to St. Louis where she Lias a son with whom she is sons to live. She came origin ally from anarnosa., where she has been nursing the sick. Auar Nosa sent her to Cedar and Cedar rapids sent her to Burlington which place cent her Here. The associated charities bought her a ticket to Hannibal from which place she Hopes to he Able to go to St Louis. Judging from her Story her life has been i hither strenuous one. Her Hub anal enlisted in the Union urmy Ai Alton. Iii., and she accompanied him in the capacity of an army nurse. A Many Battles notably pea Lidge am exposed to the e. Fire shot and Shell altogether she with the army eleven months part o the time As Cook general that a Annieb Yjih Lull funeral of Laurence was a Large attendance of the friends Ami relatives of inc late Laurence o Toole. Ai the funeral services which Hel l sunday afternoon at 2 liquor suit the court Justice rail this morning Peter min cock. A grocer of third Avenue West., will he called upon to answer to the a Likert of Selling intoxicating liquors. Amanda Mefford being the state s wit Ness. A search warrant issued and n. Quantity of cider seized. According to some reports the amount of alcohol in the cider surprisingly Large others that the cider was of the Ordinary Sweet variety such is is usually sold by grocers for the purpose of making pies the was brought be for a Marion Justice and removed to the court of Justice Kal on a change of venue. O. R. C. Directors Semi annual meet Iii of the Board of direct ors of the a Lashvay conductors was he us in the handsome offices of that Arpani yesterday. Routine business was transacted and the trustees messes. Baker. Stuart and Archer audited the accounts and the usual financial examination. These Are the members of the Hoard of directors a mind chief conductor Clark. Grand Secretary j. Maxwell and c. D. Baker of Boston c. Stuart of Toronto. Can Ida j. E. Archer of Houston. Tex w. J. Durban of Milwaukee a. K. Budd of Chicago Junction. Ohio and of i Circle tops in business the Force of men at work rewiring the City for the Iowa Telephone company of Chicago. Tofy o Dick in St. Patrick s Church. The interment was at Kenwood and the re Mains were followed to their last Resl i ing place by a Long line of carriages. You to 60 by and prices Cuoto there. By Cinman grocery Anton Vanous was a Lii i if Difili Culive on sunday afternoon lie worn Anton Vanous and Jos pm and Mary Krejci. Over a matter of rent and i in Llie Progress of the altercation St is i ill asserted that Vanous used language i which ought not to be used in the presence of a lady or anyone also. Or that Mailer. was arraigned in the Chi dirt of inst co Sloan and lined 5 Ami coms which he paid. Primary teachers Sun Day school teachers primary Union will meet As usual in the Parlours or the c. A. This afternoon at o clock. The program will Boas Fol lows three to devotional. O topic for discussion. of exercises in the primary 20 to lesson in Normal course the old r hardware men May Simmons is endeavouring to secure the convention of the Iowa retail hardware dealers association Force Nap iils. The convention is to Isu at Des Moines it is reported manager the Sav Ory has notified if he can j Jinvit disc Iulo in the Way of Mccommon to in. Presence of ii i n that time. Tin ii in Ireni of Iofe of in is in favor o to Cedar Hafiz is. Timmi is still of dec with a Tull line of pure Dairy pro ducts. We will have some extra food value in Dairy butter for the coming week at 18. J an investment not a 2j and 22c per la. On december 1x-1. The Cedar rap j our goods include i i is and Marion Oil company first of c. V. B. Creamery 3utter j i Excelsior Creamery butter j out Patu Nlay . Ibo Isth Fine fresh eggs. Or Nicks than Wicks. Al extra Choice White Clover it Nikuni of now offers for a the second week of our great Odd and end Sale better values than any previous Assort ment than any Louse in the City can styles than other houses Ever this the most sensational clothing Sale Ever held. Men s suits and overcoats lot Choice of overcoats and suits Worth up to now. Lot Choice of suits and overcoats Worth up to these suits and -overcoats1 include Many. Of Ted l. _ Adler Bros. Co. Make that Are Only equalled by the Best merchant tailors for and style. Have arrangements completed for nine Circle tops r for the business Section of town making their system of cab is More Complete and doing away with Many of. The wires in the Down town part of the City. Each circa top will be mounted on. The top of a seventy foot pole and each will accommodate sixty Independent phones it is arranged to take care of. A Leas to Hundred and four party phone the wires from the individual phones arc run to the Circle top. Where the Are connected with one of the Cable and taken into the Central office this Means instead of. By single a this Way. Much danger of Accident to the wires is averted and the in seeming tangle of wires is not Neces sary. Circle tops will be located in the alleys behind the Post office building Granby Block Farmers insurance. Opera House. Mcleran the fair. Keley s Market Tho Iowa Telephone Exchange and the Globe hotel. Two car loads of poles arrived from Idaho yesterday and the Force of men. Twenty seven in number expect to have the wiring of Cedar rapids done inside of six weeks or two months. There Are already ten. Thousand of the thirty thou Sand feet of Cable up. Emerson and Arthur 116-120 a Avenue have two carloads of Bob sleds and sleighs just received. Get Ever far enough under the end of the Oist to raise it and the results Vas tha t slipped out and he was precipitated dirty feet to the ground below. He Ell Between the Ivall or the new Ould no and that of the second presbyter an Church there being about three o our feet space Between them. At irs t was f eared that he had been killed his fellow workmen rushed to his assistance and carried him As tenderly is hey could into the feed store of h. A Powell on third Avenue in the mean time summoning the ambulance. H was taken to St. Luke s Hospital or. Ristine cared for him j everything possible was done for the sufferer at St. Luke s no Spital but an examination disclosed the act that his a juries must prove fatal. It was found that there was a. Compound fracture of the left radius a dislocation of the left wrist a. Fracture of the left femur and a fracture of four ribs on the left Side one or More of which had pierced the left lung. Smith died at Charles a Smith was born in pm met Slurff. feb. 1, 1854. And came to Cedar rapids in september was unmarried. For Many years he had been a valued employee Connor co., and for borne been a Foreman. He was a. First rate Carpenter and he was highly esteemed both by his employer and by his associates. He was i Nephew of j. J. Snouffer of this City his Mother or. Snouffer s sister. Brother e. R. Smith is Foreman in the tin shop of the b., c. R. Pc n. Hallway company. He leaves also two Sisters in emmets Inorg Maryland and a brother in. Baltimore the remains will be taken this morn ing to the Home of his brother b Avenue. The funeral will be held at 3 o clock wednesday morning. A requiem mass will be read in that Church of the immaculate Conception and the inter ment will be at Kenwood. Those wishing to see the remains Are requested to Call at the residence of e. R. Smith 620 b Avenue after 1 o clock today. Our great shirt Sale continued Manhattan Wilson Bros. Fine is 50 fancy All our 81.25 and fancy coloured shirts. 98c 79c underwear Comfort the balance of our silk fleeced underwear Worth up 85e Cedar rapids electric Light and Power company incandescent lights arc lights electric steam heat. Tel. 112 Ftp Sofic tet note. Office Fhone 145. Station photo old 103, Honey. Smear Kase fresh daily fresh milk. Cream and butter milk. Also High Grade cheese and sundry food novelties. Come in and see the Beautiful China dishes and table Ware we Are giving away a3 sol utely free to our coun Ter Cash customers. A Sec y. Third week Public Sale. Having sold my farm i will sell at Public Sale on january 30, 1902. At 10 o clock a. M., at my residence our Miles West of Cedar rapids the following property my Dairy Herd of 25 cows Many of them fresh Ami others to be fresh soon seven horses two Gray farm geldings one Fine Large Black Mare one Large driving horse quite speedy one farm Mare Black one pair Black ponies one Bay farm 1 horse ten head of Spring calves two yearling steers two yearling heifers about 40 tons of Hay one stack of Straw three sets of harness a sin Gle harness two lumber wagons one new one Light Wagon one Light Bug it two cutters one Bob Sleigh one Good piano Binder one Good Deering Mower one Corn plow one Riding j Corn plow one Corn planter and other farm tools Soo bushels of torn about forty or fifty bushels of potatoes. A lot of chickens and some household goods. Sale to commence at 10 a. A free lunch. Year without interest if Aid when due. Approved Security f not paid when due s per cent inter St from Date. Four per cent off for Ash. A . T. J. Day. Auctioneer. Vav. J. Don tax clerk. Muslin fade Wear Sale Only at 0 cents. Tho Price will v advanced Spain. , in fori the no Oil your Money is tour j will in the Merj a it ional Bank of lipids will refunded to you within months if we Are not put in Possession of a ship her. Will have a rusher and we of our Oil. Know whereof to speak. Room "03 Cedar rapids savings Bank building. Geo. T. Hedges. Pres. Made from grape Cream of tartar and absolutely pure highest award Chicago world s fair. Highest tests by u. S. Chemists. No better idea of our Sale than unbroken stocks of every sort of Muslin at you de sire the importance of a Large Reserve Stock becomes apparent when you consider the Active jelling of the past two weeks. Its not Quantity alone that we base our Success upon its upon the real merits of honest work refined style and Quality of the materials and the making. Drawers 15c to pair Corset covers 9c to gowns 39c to 53.00 skirts 39c to Etc., Etc., Etc. Knit underwear ladies. Last 0 old landmark. L White and Ecru fleeced lined Vest and Panti heavy weight elastic and Cut full sizes sizes 4, 5 and 6 in special value per 6ak1no powder c1x, Chicago. powders Are Iron they 1037 com in Tut Imp a tit Cut Mitt old Carpenter building being torn Down to make room for residence j the old Carpenter building is a clip torn Down to make room Tor the Rel tool at the Tyjer build intr. Thus another old is off the map of Cedar rapids and in this Case it is one of the very of the build Ings which were a part of the original town the Gabriel Carpenter residence was built in u was twice partially destroyed by fire and rebuilt on the same site each time. As late says or. Devon Torf. When i first came to Cedar rapids he Carpenter residence tras to us a Roun try Home far out into the country 1 remember that during the first year of my residence Here n. Social gathering was held there. Many of the town peo ple attended and it was of far away then that we All went in carriages. To aprils then . I think about inhabitants. Or. Devent Lorf has in his Possession an old note Book in which is copied the following Art clo. Clipped from the Valley City times of 1s60 at the residence of he Bride s father by the Rev. J. A. Al Horton. On May 30th. At 6 a. A. Henry Stubbs and Susan third daughter of Gabriel boy s fleeced underwear the Fine weather of the past two weeks will not last Alt Winter look Over your boy s undergarments Don t he need a new Vest or pants or won t he need a new outfit next fall they Are cheaper today than you find them at the beginning. Boy s Gray fleeced lined garments shirt and drawers heavy weight All sizes 24 to 34, suitable for Ages 8 to 15 years Price. 21 c 1st ave. And 3d St. Cedar rapids a

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