Contributed by Cathy_Labath
Description: variousDate: January 26 1901
Newspaper published in: Davenport
AN A.O.H. ENTERTAINMENT
Second in a series at Hibernian Hall Sunday Evening.
The A.O.H. will give the second of a series of musical and literary entertainments at the Hibernian hall tomorrow evening, when this program will be rendered:
Instrumental Selection....Miss Effie Smith
Recitation......................Miss Anna McLain
Vocal Solo....................Mrs. G.L. Wynes
Address........................"Fraternal Societies"....J.J. O'Donnell of Kansas City
Instrumental Selection....Carroll Kelly
Debate-Resolved, That the United States govenment should intervene in behalf of the Boers in the South African war.
The affirmative will be supported by George W. Scott and O.G. Murray and the negative by A.P. McGurik and W.R. Maines.
Instrumental Selection...Carroll Kelly
There will be no charge for admission and the public is invited.
WHEREABOUTS OF RELATIVES
Auditor Jarchow Tries to Learn Without Success.
County Auditor H.F. Jarchow telephoned the police station this morning for some information concerning John Bobb, the unfortunate, who as the Times has already twice stated, was crushed between the depot platform and train
No. 51, at Homestead and sustained a fracture of his backbone, which necessitated his removal to Iowa City.
He now lies moribund in a hospital of that place, whence he may never emerge.
The authorities desire some information concerning his relatives.
The police of this city can give no information. They have been scouring the city for the past week.
Joe Traeger, a saloonkeeper, has received a letter asking for some intelligence as to his whereabouts, which he has been unable to give.
Auditor Jarchow thought that he had been in the employ of of some farmer living in the immediate vicinity of this, Davenport township.
As to this the local police cannot discover any facts which might lead to the faintest clue.
Nice Warm Carriages
Why shiver in a cold carriage when by ordering from Wiese's Livery your carriage will be warm and comfortable in every respect. Our carriages are heated by Lohman's Carriage heaters, are rubber-tired, and finsished in the
most approved style. The next time you need a carriage for a ball or party order it from Weise's and get the benefit of this up-to-date service.
113-5 Harrison Street. Tel. 145
Harald W. Petersen-Wall paper, window shades and paints. Now open for business at 221 West Third street.