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Davenport Democrat And Leader, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1926, Davenport, IowaFriday evening the Davenport Democrat and Leader december 10, 1926 17 c Brief local news Chicago manager Beth Rothchild. Chicago manager for the Federal surety co was a visitor at the Home office today Mas Dav Nursery your sewing but dam and repairs go to Richter t weit second dive Porter Titi p t n Frank e Vickery of Davenport has been granted two patents on a cleaning compound and also a Pat ant on a Container for the same lift Snider. Wal in it phone oar. C fair weather Little change in temperature mostly fair weather is fore cast for tonight and saturday by the local Ottyce of the weather Bureau. There will not be any1 decided change in temperature thursday the highest temperature recorded was 29 degrees while the lowest last night was 26 degrees there was no precipitation the Chapel at 2.30 o clock saturday afternoon interment will be at Oakdale cemetery the dowdy funeral services for Dorothy Marie Dawdy write held thursday afternoon at 2 o clock at the1 me Gylnnis funeral borne the Rev f k. Nichol officiated at the Home and at the burial services in Oak Dale cemetery or Finley Mclnnis Sang i Beautiful Garden of Prav i and Beautiful River woman s auxiliary to Post d of the t p a will have its Reg Ulai meeting saturday evening dec 11, at the chamber of com Merce the meeting will be tailed to order at 7 30 o clock there will be election of officers i Post d of the travellers protect live association 11111 hold its regu meeting in conjunction with the ladies auxiliary saturday evening the chamber of Commerce a Surprise social will follow the meeting the women of Mooseheart Leflon enjoyed a card party thurs Day evening at the Perry apart ments with nine tables filled the prizes want to mrs w Birkhahn mrs a Colton mrs f Bentler. Mis Mustapha mrs dal Landak Martin and r Bernstein marriage licenses f to Milford James Keefer Streator 111, and Anita Hilda Gray Washington la Harold Snyder Fulton 111, and Genevieve Cleary Lyons 111 Driver s nose is broken Whin Auto hitsj5treet car Graff a truck Driver employ by the Skelley Petroleum. Pro ducts co sustained a broken nose and numerous abrasions and bruises thursday afternoon when an automobile which lie was Delv ing skidded into a Street car at thirteenth and Washington streets he lost control of the machine into the car tracks and collided with a Street car in charge of operator c Higgins Graff s injuries were not considered serious fail to locate heirs estate is ordered closed the estate of the late Matthias Schacht was ordered closed today by District judge w. W Scott upon petition of or p Radenhausen executor who informed the court that he was unable to locate any friends or relatives of the deceased proceeds of the remain ing after the payment of claims aggregating 1108876, will be turned Over to the Kriege Verein residuary Legatee and. Devisee under the will. Henry Vollmer is attorney for the estate c obituary Cynette m. Evani. Mrs cosette m Evans age 67 wife of Bert b Evans formerly Long Grove now living at -2s17 Farnam Street died this morning at s o clock in St Luke s Hospital death came after a. Lingering ill Ness mrs Evans was born april 10 1s69 at Long Grove tier parents were the late or. And mrs James Nell she was educated in the Long Grove Public schools and was a member of the first Christian Church of Long Grove on May 16, 1894 she w As married to Bert e Evans and shortly after Ward they moved to a farm near Lang Grove where they made their Home until two years ago when they moved to Davenport mrs Evans is survived by her husband a son Rollin a daughter Alice and two Brothers John f Neil and William r Neil services will be held in the fam ily Home 2817 tar Nam Street of 1 30 p m sunday and later in Ali first Christian Church of Long Grove the Rev or Frank w court will officiate at both serv ices Check forger sent to jail for five Days Wasny deify wife defends her husband Crane Man electrocuted at Tri Chy Stone Plant had been warned before 1 a Lbert Peterson mrs h l widow of a West eighth Street was elec the late h l who to routed today in the Plant of took his own life in a Clinton hotel j the Tri Clov Stone co zg09 Rock following the expose of the work a Ingham Road where he was Emings of the Liberty As a Crane operator the i company of Moline is anxious to time of his death has not been is 40, knocked against the Viall of i the Crane Cage i find a f Kingsbury formerly her husband s partner mrs Wasny tool shed he was seen working at 11 so and found dead at 12 10 James Duncan age 21, residing at 1330 East tenth Street Daven port was arrested by polite this morning at his Home at the request of marshal Herman Giese of bet Tyndorf and was detained at police Headquarters until the Bettendorf j fluence game. He will be prose officer could arrive to take him to i cute if found altho because of to. Der who is staving with friends in when other employ is returned from the to cities says that the letter Hunch to the dispatch which is credited Coroner j. D Cantwell was to Kingsbury was erroneous and j called and conducted a Brief in inconsistent in its statement about vesti gation her husband she is anxious to Peterson came to his death while find the in order to Correct wrong which has Ben done or wan Snyder there is a warrant out Lor Kings Bury who is wanted in Aloline on the Charse of operating a con Hont Telegram received this Moniti ing by mrs Agnes Jlon Tanus 211 Bast Locust Street brought news of the death of John d Horst thurs Day afternoon at 3 o clock on his estate near read ing pair Horst is survived by his w if a formerly Marian scholar of Daven port two Catherine Horst or daughters and one Marie and son John or and mrs Horst have Many friends in Davenport the court of Justice m i Petersen to answer a charge indicating that he had passed worthless Check on the Bettendorf garage thursday afternoon information was filed against him by Clinton b paddock owner of the garage after hearing the Case Justice Petersen sentenced the defendant to five Days in the county jail Duncan who drives a Buich car stopped at the garage thursday afternoon for gasoline and Oil he also purchased several accessories the total amount being ft5 which was paid with the bogus Heck youth held Here for Auto theft passed. Bad checks Eugene Fossett is nested Here tuesday night with Milton c House. 18, and Edith is wanted in Keokuk Princeton 111 and other cities Tor passing fraudulent checks local police Learned that he passed a number of Worth legs checks during the time he was driving about the Middle West in a stolen automobile the girl who posed As Fossett s wife was released yesterday Ros sett and House Are held for Viola Tion of the Der act transporting a stolen automobile Tossett lived in Cooksville 111, and House came from Bloomington 111, from which City the automobile was stolen John Kohl John Dahl age c4, living at 191s Rockingham Road died thursday evening at 7 30 o clock at mercy Hospital after a lingering illness born in North Dit Marshen Ger Many on june 8, 1sg2, he came to America and directly to Davenport 42 years ago shortly after his marriage in Germany to miss Wilde Dressen he was a member of the troth soc let surviving or Dahl is one son John or living at Wheatland la a brother Adolph living in Mich Igan a or other Henrj living in Germany and four grandchildren mrs John Dahl his wife died if years ago funeral services will be held at the Runge Chapel at 1 o clock Sun Jay afternoon interment will be in Fairmount cemetery lumber better than just Good enough priced right Bettendorf lumber Supply co. We deliver anywhere the Wentt funeral funeral services for Marlyn Joan Zentry daughter of or and mrs John Zentz were held thurs Day afternoon at 2 o clock at the Horrigan funeral Home the Rev l. H Gill Iain of lit Ida presbyterian Church officiated services were held at the grave in Oakdale cemetery Orrin d. Davit funeral saturday the body of Orrin w Davis who died wednesday at his Home in Youngstown Ohio arrived this afternoon at 2 26 o clock and was re moved to the Mcginis Home funeral services will be held at woman s Fate up to jurors Fate of mrs b h Mccue of East Moline accused of obtaining property under false pretence by opening i change account m the name of her daughter rested with a Ziy in District judge d v Jackson s court this afternoon the Case was turned Over to the jury shortly before 11 o clock mrs Mccue took the witness stand in Sci own defense ind de Nied the charge of false pretence she claimed the account was opened in the name other daughter with the latter s knowledge and consent the a tighten miss Lyn Rapp corroborated the Mother claim failure of delivery on Sale of a suit a suit for was filed against Billy Steckel changed Willi failing to deliver a suit from a company Foi which he claimed to be agent on an information drawn by Al Bert Stieger in the court of Justice of the peace Merle f Wells it is asserted that a similar suit against funeral j Steckel was instituted by another party a few weeks ago but was settled doing something which be had been repeatedly warned not to do he was working on the trolley line High tension wires without first shutting off the Power on wed Neslav he touched the wires while holding a wrench in his hand and employee Flindt body. Leslie Funk another Emp love found Peterson s lifeless body at 12 30 Funk had been working on a Stone under the Crane Cage when he returned after lunch he noticed a trolley sleeve which encased the High Power line hanging from near the Cage he investigated further and found the Crane operator dead Peterson who had been employed at the Stone Plant for three months is survived by his widow and two children the body was removed to the Hill Fredericks mortuary pending funeral arrange ments Coroner Cantwell said he will not conduct an inquest since the fatality was caused by careless on the part of the Crane operator building for week is slow total building commit Sisoler Howard s Muesse issued Only six permits Foi new buildings o r Alteia ious during the week ending today when the total for the seven Day period was Only a figure Fai below the average for the week two six permits were is sued for the erection of new houses hoist 2s2i Farnam Street Bouse at co East to tent ii nth Street Rrime loll 2215 West fourth House d Hartwig sen Conti actor fined on liquor charge Wittrock accused of maintaining a liquor nuisance led Ami costs and Given a suspended 90 Day jail sentence to permits calling for expenditure of i a when he pleaded guilt before 1500 or Moie were issued to Hemy District Ludge v w Scott pack of available funds there is Little Effort being made to Dis cover Bis whereabouts among the charges filed against the now Fuet Liberty investment corp and is that or h r Johnson of porn Byron was fleeced out of child struck by automobile hip is broken carnival Camp , elects 1927 officers carnival Camp no 1, Woodmen Muhs Transfer Story in just a fairy tale the frequently recurring store Money 6 3 ear old Daugh Ter of or and mrs Harold Money h1g Harrison Street Hie former of whom is an instructor in the a f. R j u a oui dec Muniu. Export High school suffered a crack j Mer pro3perli escort pred Calll tured hip and other injuries at 11 30 this Forenoon when Bhe struck by an automobile in Harrl son Street near sixteenth Street her right hip was she suffered a severe Scalp wound and was bruised and about the face and body George Huber 31cc fifth ave nue Rock Island Driver of the car reported the Accident to police he said the child was running East across Ijar Rison Street South of the sixteenth Street intersection lot the world enjoyed a Large and i that prohibition officer Roy e enthusiastic meeting thursday t Muhs had been transferred made night in hibernian Hall the Occa periodic appearance in a local newspaper last night the just As equally frequent de Neal from prohibition adm Nistra Toi Glenn a Brunson arrived in the shape of a Telegram to the Democrat this morning agent Muhs Only attending court at Dubuque will return to Davenport when finished such was the reply of or Brunson the Story of the Transfer of or Muhs Slon marking the election of offi cers for the ensuing Jear the following officers were elected Consul commander v h Dresch or advisor lieutenant Walter h Scott banker w r Young clerk u a Screechfield watchman sentry o l Appleby physician c t Lindle auditor w w has ten i l Murray and William pros Peri following the business session refreshments were i lived was crat not published in the demo i Trinity Church not interested in any raffle a Man canvassing in Northwest Davenport and Selling chances on and that one of hts car a raffle claiming it to be a Benefit which to tvs unable to bring to for the Trinity lutheran Church a Stop before it struck her has been branded As a Fakir by the child was taken to the members of that congregation office of or l h Kornyei t. Block Back i j from Hospital i a her Accident a of the Many i fends of c t Black of 14 Oak Lano will be glad to hear that he Lus recovered sufficiently trom his recent Accident to Leive Hospital and has let Ned to his Home some weeks ago while working in the basement at his Home he fell severing an artery Gas Bacilli a rare torm of poisoning and an exceptionally dangerous one set in and the amputation of the right aim was necessary to save his life ills condition now is very Good and he is again greeting his friends with his cheerful smile not the Scott Given divorce George w Street Well known Voung insurance Man has been kidded they claim have no canvass ers out and Are not interested in or promoting any raffle past masters night for the Trinity Lodge the annual past masters night of Trinity Lodge no 208, a f a m will be held at the masonic. Temple tonight former masters of the Lodge will occupy All of the chairs dinner will be served at 6 o clock and win be followed by the work at 7 30 o clock c e Bell is master of Trinity Lodge two Are named to West Point from District Howard m Pahl 2001m. West sixth Street Davenport and William s Davidson 407 Park ton drive Muscatine were nominated by con Gressman f d Letts today As candidates from this District for Cadet ships at the United states Mil Tarj Academy at West Point the War department notified the candidates to take the Entrance examination in Sion on july 1 March for admin South Bend Man gets jail term for shoplifting Ralph Coleman who claims Indianapolis ind As his Home was sentenced to serve 30 in the county jail today when he was a charge ral Ned in police court i i surant he a it a magnificent collection of Christmas gifts at sadlers shopping at Sadler s is a Delight As we Are always anxious to show you anything Yon wish without any obligation on your part. For dad cigars Fountain pens pencils parses playing alarm clocks shaving sets safety razors after shave powder shaving lotion Ingersol watches for Mother or stationery Karess toilet sets Fiancee toilet sets three Flower toilet sets de Vilbre atomizer sets Fountain pens pencils Bridge cards boudoir lamps compacts toilet water. Box perfume Halagan s chocolates Johnston s chocolates powder puffs Eastman Kodak Bath powders William Schwinden and Herbert Cates after he stole a sweater and i several pairs of socks from the Bee hive store Joseph Deutsch signed the in charging Coleman with i larceny he was seen carrying the no Gim Rimu merchandise from the store offi cell Ujj let St 1iuin j cers later searched his room at the Case dismissed i it exurban hotel where they found the fact a certain George Scott was granted a divorce Here last week he wishes to state emphatically that he is not the Man who was divorced an indictment charging Donald b vertices with the crime of child desertion was dismissed today in District court on motion of county attorney John Weir Russell tells rapid growth of new Trade an interesting talk on the Manu facture of gasses for commercial use one of the most rapidly grow ing industries in the United states was Given before the Davenport Exchange club this noon by a j Russell president of the Betten Dort Hydrogen co Rex Winter enclosures for All open Model Carl Auto tops Houck son Auto top shop 1135 to graph re of Vanport. 11 the same store Liberty Bondi new York dec s Bonds closed Liberty Sis j10022 Sec Ond first second 43s, third 4js fourth 4is u s Treasury ,13s to s treas Ury 4s, u s Treasury 41s, your selection from t in Moilov ing assortment of Coa b of the test vl.le6, in their res Etc Tiv o Wadge county Blue Bonner i attn Kentucky Glendora Indiana Franklin county so Fulton county no ill Oil Dogtown Mathe Riville Iii Cost Solvay Milwaukee hard Coal Pennsylvania cast Davenport fuel and lumber company 2023 East River St Oak. 444 pla1nview Man gets jail term was intoxicated Carl Luett Plain Lew will not be Home for 10 Days he was sent to the county All today for that period when he was arraigned in police court on a charge of drunk enness he we in court wednesday w Lien the judge suspended a 10 Day sentence Carl wanted another Chance to Day but the magistrate issued a Dittimus or. Huntley speaker for local Church or George a Huntley who has 35 of his life in medical serv ice in China is to be the speaker at the 10 45 o clock service at Calvary Baptist Church sunday morning in next sunday s paper and her Persona shopping service dear Reader s Jean s shopping hints Mil be one Tufeek old Dan after tomorrow. You will find when you read it again next sunday that it has grown quite a bit in one week. Several other stores have entered into the column and thus it has become of More value to you. But perhaps you did not read it last sunday and consequently do not know what i am talking about. Jean s shopping hints Are a distinct service which the Democrat is offering to you thru the society Section of every sunday s paper and for which you pay nothing. I am Jean and my work consists of visiting the stores and shops of Davenport and talking directly to the buyer of the goods about his latest and most exclusive merchandise. I have had two weeks of experience now and i know that the owners of the stores and shops Are going to co oper ate with me in trying to help you. They really do show me All of their newest articles and several of the owners who make monthly trips to new York have to Tell me about their shopping Tours there so that i May Tell you. When i write to you concerning the things that i have seen it is because i know them to be exclusive undeniably distinctive yet practical. You May patronize with Assurance and profit the shops and services mentioned and whether you Are looking for gifts for very useful things or unexpected novelties i am sure that i can help you. Later when my department gets a Little older and you Trust me a Little More. I am going to Tell you of the clothes and larger Wear which i have teen. You see i am trying so hard to convince you of the sincerity of my desire to be of service to you. The stores have already begun to co operate with me and now it is Only my readers whom i must convince. And for the out of town people and those who Are top Busy to shop for themselves there personal shopping service. In the society Section of next sunday s paper you will find my shopping hints. Very sincerely yours Means a Good Deal and packing Ewert s Richter express and storage cd for Martli St for her a Hoover and you give her the Best j Hoover it beats. As it sweeps As it cleans Model at a special Price terms As Low As Down a week Saull carry log my Brand guaranteed by the factory and ourselves the Price Haa been ?65.00 for Many years. A limited when they have been sold we cannot duplicate the once it pays to know the difference be tween Hoover and an or Mari vacuum cleaner. Let us show you in your own Home. Phone Dav. 1023

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