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THE OMAHA DAILY HEEi TIIUHSDAY, MAY 1, 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis telli drur.
Rtockert sells carpets and rug-s.
Wollmsn, scientific optician. ' B'wev-
Take home a brick of Mettgera lea
or ram. Vanlla, 26c; Neopolltan. ibc.
J. C. and W. Woodward, architects, room
S, Everett block. Council Bluffs, la.
New good and outflta for nyrographle
work at Alexander's Art Store, itt B way.
Oo to Morgan Klein for upholstertnr
mamma making and feather renovating.
13 South Main street. 'Phone M8.
Tor sals, excellentbulldlna- lot In CntJJ
ub.. elae 4xl Thla la a bargain for
oma one. for caah aala or will sell on pay
ment plan. Lot la located on Avenue B.
within aeveral blocke of good fhool. t.a
or address K. V. Wstts, bee office, Council
Mre. P. O. Pears haa gone to Mlnne
apolla to visit frlenda.
Mlaa Helen Han ford left yesterday on a
vlelt to tier old home in the east.
Mr. and Mre. L. W. Bom will leave today
on a vlalt to relatives In Mobile, Ala.
Orvnia Wolcott hi been called to New
Tork City by the death of hla mother.
Eight to ten days to complete your suit.
Order now. N. Y. Tailoring Co., 437 B way.
Aaalatant City Engineer and Mri 'udaoit
have removed their residence to 1009 Third
Edgar Howard, editor of the Columbus
Nb.) Telegram, was vlaltlng frlenda in
this city yesterday.
Bluff City Maaonlc lodge will hold a apo
dal communication thla evening for work
In the third degree.
The regular meeting of Bhadullam temple.
Dramatic Order Kniahts of Khoraeean. will
be Thurndtty evening.
For rent, after June 1, my residence. 8f7
Fourth avenue; modern, eight-room house
nd bam. John Llndt.
Mra. J. Roenfeldt and Mra. William
Kahl of Mlneola. la., are guests of Mrs.
J. H. Miller of South Tenth street.
Friday will be the last day for filing
cases for the May term of the auperlor
court, which will open Monday, May 12.
Ed C. Brown haa been called to Oenoa,
Neb., by a telegram announcing the serious
Illness of hla alster. Mrs. E. C. Brown.
Mlaa Alice Brown accompanied htm.
Lcvlse, the 11-months-old daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. A. J. Price of Boomer township,
dial yesterday. The funeral will be this
morning at 11 o'clock and Interment will be
In the Grange cemetery.
Mr. and Mra. John Poole, who have been
vlaltlng relatives here, returned to their
home in St. Paul. Minn., yesterday. They
were accompanied by Miss Poole, who will
visit friends in the twin cities.
Robert R., the lft-months-old son of Mr.
and Mra. T. O. Allison, 2u8 Eaat Broadway,
died ytsterday morning. The remalna were
taken to Avoca, la., last evening, where
tha funerai will be held today.
W. M. Squires, formerly a olacksmlth of
thla city, haa filed a voluntary petition in
bankruptcy In the United States court. Hla
nubilities aggregate 12,000. while lila aaseta,
which are nominal, are claimed s exempt.
Alderman Lougee, chairman of the city
exurcll committee on atreets and alleys,
placeu a large for.'e of men and teams
cieatrr g Broadway yeoterday. All of the
tust'ess streets are . be clean! and It la
aid mm It la the intention of Alderman
Ixugre that they rrn.1 be kept clean.
Rev. Kllford Rita,, who recently ac
cepted the pastors .e of the First Baptist
church, wll. trrlvr-In the. city with hla
family 1 hurt day and will make their home
t the corner oi 3cvi nth street Mid Willow
avenue. The congregation la making a
number of Improvements In the church
building In anticipation of hla arrival.
The receipts In the general fund at the
Christian Home last week were 1259.64,
being t&S.M above the estimated needs for
the- current expenses of the week. The
balance waa placed to the credit of the Im
provement and contingent fund. In the
manager' fund the recelots were 193. te.
being luS.35 In excess of the needs of the
week and decreasing the deficiency In thla
iuna to aeie 10 lis..
The police were called upon yesterday
morning to settle a dispute at the Jewish
synagogue, which had arisen between some
of tho -membara. K, Olllnakl, one of the
trustees, took offense at a small son of M.
Saltaman occurring hla . seat and ejected
him. This aroused the resentment of the
boy's relatives and friends. Chief Tlbblta
succeeded in pouring oil upon the troubled
water and after Olllnskl left the place the
services continued without further Inter
ruption. . Bowen Curley, mayor . of . Idaho Falls,
Idaho, haa written City Clerk Phillips ask
ing him for Information regarding the best
method of keeping city books. In his let
ter Mayor Curley paya Mr. Phllllpa a rare
compliment. Ever since Mr. Phillips waa
invited to explain hla method of keeping
the clty'a records and proceedings of the
city council before the convention of the
Iowa League of Municipalities hla fame
haa spread over the entire country and ha
haa received a number of flattering re
quests for Information on the subject.
"The Old Homestead," which la to ba
Jlven under the auspices of aerie No. 104,
raternal Order of Eagles, tomorrow even
ing at the Dohany theater, la promising to
be one of the best local talent entertain
ments of the season. Those who will take
part are being drilled to the hour and the
cast la said to be exceedingly got. J The
piece la full of Interest Irnm beginning to
end and there will be amusement and fun
from the ris. to the fall of the curtain.
Seats an going rapidly and there la no
Home for All.
For sale at low price and easy
payment, home Id all part of the city,
Including some of the nicest residences
nd those of moderate also. Also dwell
log and business property In Omaha.
Farm bought aid sold. It will pay you
to us at the abstract office of J. W.
N. T. Plumbing Co.. telephone IBs.
Real Estate Transfers.
Theee transfers were filed yesterday la
the abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
quire, 101 Pearl street:
N. C. Philips, executor, and N. P.
podge, administrator, to James Mc-
Maney. lot . block IB, Ferry add.,
w. d .77 t
Peter Rlef and wife to N. W. Welle,
truatee, 7S feet lots 7 to 12. block
' 14, Manawa park, w. d
Day at Hess to aame. Iota 11. IX 13,
block 3. Regatta Place, q. e. d
Anthony W. Street and wife to Robert
u. ttmun, una. 3-31 lota 1 and 2 and
part lot 3, in b-76-44. and lots In
Ferry add., w. d. ..,
KloppIng & Rlef to Charles Nleleon,
lota 1 to i, block 10, Underwood.
T. A. Street to E. H. Lougee, lot 1.
block LCaeady's add., w. d
Robert Bleaklev and wife to Alice
Bolton, lota 4 and 27, block 24.
Ferry add., s. w. d
L. M. Kellogg and wife to Jacob P.
Jacobs n. a H nH, except 3 acre
ana part ot nSi se4 M-T7-44. w. d....
If. C. A. Johnson and wife to Marl
Johnson, e H nwU S-74-4J. w. d
P. J. Day and wife to Stephen I).
Davla, s 31 acres of nW . nV4
aeU ae: sH 4 aafc. and e aVi
nU sZ ee4 11-74-44, w. d
J. Homer Pierce, truatee, and wife to
F. J. Day. s tl acres of n1 se4
and sH aevt ee4 11-74-44. q. c. d
t. Hosier . Pierce and wife to F. J.
Day. 4 H nV, ae se4 and nVs nH
a44 i 11-74-44. q. c d
Twelve transfers, aggregating.
Mart tea; e Lleeneea.
LJooaees to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Ace
Marcus Cook. Omaha II
Kmsae Rodgere. Omaha 27
Jamee Herbert Brooks, Council Bluffs.. IT
itlaaeh JL Herrta. Council Bluff U
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fast swua. srs ss4 ast, ss4 M lira ssstlj.
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m-isms. h mil (M Im. aa4 sukas vslsls
Cltrss alias, saaslta Nal. Isslaols sails, klls-
km aa asltssa) skats naliavas wh aa kasissi el
ail ala sn saas rast aa aaailun Try tl ledar.
at all Srasslats as efcee siatas tar S. Daa't
kiiajt aa aaaiuta. Trial sacsa (. A4
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Dyad a1 pressed. Special attention
glvea ladles garments. Also eheallle
eurtaln neatly cleaned, dyed and
press s A. 'Phone A-XV low tsars Dye
Afterea, aV4 bruaiy.
LEW! 3 CUTLER
)'iciraes k W, C. Sates
TROUBLES OF A STRANGER
Finds Another Mm Walking with Hii Wife
and Trouble Ensues.
ALL THREE OF THE PARTIES LAID IN JAIL
Oat la Charges! with Aaeeolf with
teat te Kill mm tne Other Two
with Frnetorleaj One of the
Bert Davldsoa arrived In Couacll Bluff
Monday In search of hi wlf and yester
day morning IsnOsd In the county Jail on
charge of assaulting Jam T. Holder
with Intent to kill him. Davidson denies
assaulting Holder, bat alleges that Holder
Is responsible for . hi (Davidson's) wife
leaving htm. Davidson' arrest on the
charge' preferred against him by Holder
followed the filing by him of an Informa
tion charging hi wife and Holder with
maintaining unlawful relation.
Mrs. Davidson, a young and good looklag
woman. Da been working, it la said, at
915 Avenue C, where Holder board. Her
husband allege be found her and Holder
walking together Monday evening. Holder
claim that Davidson not only knocked him
down with a brick, but took three shots
at him with a revolver. This Davidson as
sert is untrue and that he did not strike
him with brick and did not carry a re
volver with which he could have fired at
Early yesterday morning Davidson filed
the Information against his wife and Holder
In Justice Bryant' court and then Holder
proceeded to the court of Justice Ferrler,
where he filed the assault charge against
Mrs. Davidson gave bond for her appear
ance Monday morning, but a It was sub
sequently discovered that Holder wa
married man, the charge agalnat him wa
dismissed by the assistant county attorney,
the law being that such charge can only
be filed by the wlf or the husband of tb
party so accused.
Davidson' bail was placed at $200, but
being a stranger In the city he was unable
to furnish It and he was committed to the
county Jail. Later la tho day he wa re
leased on hi recognisance and Indication
last evening were that he and hi wife
would patch up their dtffersacei and that
she would return with htm to St. Joseph
and there would ba no prosecution oo
HAVE THE SENIORS GUESSING
Jantora of Hlsttt School Float Their
Banner front Gay Wlr ef
When the member of the senior class of
the High school passed down Broadway
Tuesday morning on their way to school
the green and white-striped banner of the
Junior claaa flaunting from the top of one
of the ruy ropes of the eleotrlo light tower
t Fourth street and Broadway met their
astonished gase. That the banner with
the figures " 'OS had been placed there aa
a challenge by the Juniors the seniors had
no doubt, but how te haul the flag down
again waa the fueattoa. .-"..'
The banner of the Junior claas was placed
( Its lofty position between 2 and 3 o'clock
yesterday morning when all good citizens
wers supposed to be In bed and the mem
bers of the night police force were taking
their dog watch siesta. The Junior elaas
had asked permission of Principal Ensign
to float the banner from the flagpole at the
High school, but this had been refused, as
Mr. Ensign feared it would result In a
clash between the senior and tb Junior.
Their request be'ng refused the Junior
decided to place the flag where It would
tax the Ingenuity and the daring of the
senior to haul It down.
The pennant of the claas of 1903 1 so
fixed to the guywire, the Juniors say, that
even If there Is member of the senior
class with nerve sufficient to climb to the
top of the 160-foot electrio light tower, be
cannot displace It without sliding down
ths guywire to where the banner la fast
ened. This is a feat, the Junior assert, no
one dare attempt.
Thi 1 the first time that any High school
class in this city has attempted the feat
of suspending their colors from the loftiest
and most inaccessible point In the city, to
remain until hauled down by the opposing
claas. Ths green and white banner was
the center of attraction all day to person
passing up or down Broadway.
Frank Levin, a cigar manufacturer, who
ten years ago was ehlsf of the fire de
partment, was ons of the Interested spec
tators yesterday afternoon of the work of
the Junior claaa. A friend In a Joke offered
to bet him the large sum of 60 cents that
bs could not climb to the top of that tower.
It took Levin but a second to band his coat
to a friend and in a few minute he waa
up the tower. There he took a cigar from
his pocket, lit It and then descended.
WHAT CHRISTIAN SCIENCE IS
Edward A. Kimball of Chicago De
livers Two Leetnres on
Edward A. Kimball of Chicago, one of
the board of lecturer of the Church of
Christ ot Boston, ths mother church of
the Christian Scientists, who spoke upon
Christian Science at the Dohany opera
houaa Tuesday evening, was greeted with a
good-slssd audience, which listened to his
address with considerable interest. While
Mr. Kimball's subject wss announced as
"Ths Beneficial Results of Christian
Science." his remark were mainly on what
Christian Science purport to be and what
It doea not claim te be. He said:
"Christian Science purports te be the
science ot Ood; to declare Him, His naturs
and law aright, and to reveal a universal
Christianity, which will unite all men la
one universal Christian brotherhood, with
sns demonstrably true religion. This is
called Christian Science, because U pur
ports te present ths sclsace or knowledge
ot Ood. ma a and tha universe, which Christ
understood and demonstrated.
"Christian Scientists aim te aoeompllsh
Just what Jesus commanded His dlsclplee
and followers to do. Nothing elss and
nothing different. The theology Is la exact
accord with ths tsa eeamandmeats, the
sermoa oa the mount and the teachings
of Christ. Christ Mid to Hla duvtlplss and
followers: 'Oo late all ths world; preach
the gospel, heal the sick.' There are many
people whe feel athorlsed by the Srat halt
ot this commlasloa, hut who denounce u
for trying te obey the other half. Carta
ttaa Sclea some te tenth a larger sen a
ef the salvaUoa through Christ aad lead
tea to expect salvaUoa from sleaaee as
welt a from sla."
Rat err lag to Mrs. Eddy, tbe Speaker
aid: "Christian Scleatiou La ae way seek
to dotty Mra. Bddy. or la saaM her aer
eeeallt j, hot they mm raoalse the that
that la vetctag te thht age tho highest
truth, tho htcheot aaeealRo aad right esse.
aos aad U aeeet efecUve rvferataOee)
of life, both bodily and spiritually, ah Is
with those who are foremost In the world'
In the afternoon Mr. Kimball addressed
meeting at the opera house, the au
dience being composed entirely of mem
bers of the Christies Science churches in
this city and Omaha.
Mr. Kimball was accompanied on his vlelt
here by his wife and daughter. Miss Edna
Kimball, and Mr. A. K. I'nderwood of
rilf Treasurer Resorts.
City Treasurer True yesterday completed
hla snnual report of tha transactions of
hi office, showing the receipts, disburse
ments and balances for the fiscal year end
ing April 1. 1901 On April 1. lfloi. the
balance la the city treasury ws 9.t9.4.
tb receipt were $211,19 11 and the dis
bursements 1183,100.60, leaving balance
of $79.6.6 on April 1, 1902. The report
contain much that was Included In the re
port of City Auditor Evan. It show that
during the year 136.371.(9 wa transferred
from tha police fund, which I made up
from saloon license, fines, etc., to the gen
I Association Klerts.
Theee officers wers elected Tuesday at
the meeting of the Council Bluffs High
School Alumni association: President, Will
Richmond; vice president. Crete Hooker;
secretary, Albert Norene; treasurer, Whit
ney Raymond. The Initiatory steps for
the annual reception to the graduating
claas were taken and Lewis Whitehead and
Albert Norene were appointed to secure a
hall. If the hall can be obtained the re
ception will be on Friday night of com
mencement week In Royal Arcanum hall.
Finance and other committees will be ap
pointed at the meeting nett week.
Davis sells paint.
Plumbing and heating. Ulxby Son.
Another Telephone Proposal.
According to the statement made yester
day to one of the aldermen. Council Bluffs
Is to hsve a fourth proposition for a tele
phone franchise. It Is said that John H.
Kuhns of Omaha will submit to the com
mittee of the whole at Its meeting thla
afternoon or at the adjourned session of
the city council next Monday night an or
dinance granting a franchise for an lnfl
pendent telephone system In this city.
Nothing Is known here concerning Mr.
Kuhn's proposition or whom he represents.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Read. 641 Broadway.
Davla sells glass.
Dates (or Teachers' Examinations.
County Superintendent McManus has fixed
these dates for teachers' examinations dur
ing May: Msy I and t In High school at
Carson; May sad 10 In High school at
Naola; May 1 and 17 la High school at
Walnut. On these dates the examination
will begin promptly at f a. m. Teachers
now at work will be enabled to take the
examinations Saturday at each of the above
places. There will be no private examina
tions. The rural school examinations will
be held May 10.
NOT SATISFIED WITH CAPITAL
United Christian Party Wants It Re
saved front Waahlng-taa to
DAVENPORT, la., April 30. (Special
Telegram.) "We believe that the national
capital la located too far east, and ' will
memorialize congress to remove it to Rock
Island, ths handsome Uland between this
city and the ctty of Rock Island, on which
Rock Island arsenal atanda," said W. R.
Benkert, national chairman ot tbe United
Christian party today.
Chairman Benkert has called a national
convention of his party to be held at Black
Hawk watch tower near Rock Island next
Thursday and this matter of the moving
of the capital1 will be acted upon.
Plan for an International gathering of
the party In St Lou I next year will be
considered. Tbe party bs sufficient fol
lowing to have run a presidential ticket
for several recent elections.
CATCHES MAN ON TRESTLE
Train at Avoca, la.. Instantly Kills
East Riley, Who Cronehed
AVOCA, la., April 80. (Special Tele
gram.) Enos Riley was Instantly killed by
the westbound flyer her today at 11:45.
He had been east of town about half
mile burning cornstalk and wa coming
In to dinner, when run down on the east
bridge, just on the outskirts of town.
He had apparently seen the train coming
and crouchsd down on ths outer end of the
beam on the trestle, but was struck on
ths head and hurled to ths ground, about
ten or twelve feet distant.
He waa about 73 yeara of age and came
to Avosa between twenty-five and thirty
years ago. Hs leaves three sons and one
Telephone Conoera Wnnte Franchise.
SHENANDOAH, la., April JO. (Special.)
At a meeting of the city council Friday
night a telephone franchise was asked for
by an Independent exchange that declares
It would furnish better service to Shen
andoah and afford a central exchange for
farmer llnea that want to connect with thla
plaoe. Shenandoah la the only town In this
county that has not been Invaded by ths
mutual lines. In Clsrlnda sixteen lines are
la operation and nearly 400 farmers are
In direct communication with that town.
College Springs ha eight such lines, York
town eleven, Bethesda twelve or fourteen,
Essex ven. Coin nine, Nortbboro and all
the other town la the county have a num
Llhhy Case Settled.
FORT DODGE, la.. April SO. (Special.)
Word ha reached thla city of a flaal set
tlement of the Libby caae. recently tried
In Chicago. In which F. M. Ubby brought
suit against his wife for an accounting of
propsrty in her possession. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Ubby srs well known in this vicinity.
According to ths final settlement, Mr.
Ubby releases her claim to $9,000 worth ot
bonds snd rsal estate to tbs valus of $s,000,
but retains ths household goods and the re
malader of the property, eatlmated at $45,-
000. She releases her claim to tbe dower
right and any Interest la property which
Ubby may hereafter acquire.
Iowa rnlversity Band Dismissed.
IOWA CITT, la.. April 10. (Fpeclal.)
The university band, after aa exlateace of
ever twenty yeara, dutiag wuiib It tat
played for hundreds of parades and reviews
ef ths university battalion, welcomed
many governor, president snd distin
guished visitors te the city, plsyed at
countless foot ball, base bell and track
games of lews sad Joined la meay eel
sbratloas of victory, hss beea dismissed by
lieutenant O. It. Burnett, tbe commandant
ef the university beitalloa.
Bonaey Soon, hot Deale Beasala.
FORT DODGE. Ia.. April $0 Special V
B. R. Boana. who ba for the laat fee
testae ra employed as a travel lag t- 'e
saaa. wttb sOeea la this Stty. left to a
addealy oa Saterday atahl. leaviag 1
bind hua over IMS ia dehttv fteaaer at
to CovaaU s
MARE TROUBLE FOR SPERRY
Clerki in Tendon Office Trefar Chergoi
Against One of Their Number.
LAST OF PAROLED CONVICTS IS LET OUT
Dssisas to Crops, hat the Halne
Have More Than t "
(From a Bluff Correspondent.)
DEfl MOIXF.S. April 20. tripecl!.) ran
elon Agent Dperry, In charge of the lose
Nebrsska pension district, announced today
that he haa asked the Pension department
t Washington to make full Inveatlgatlon
of aundry accusation against Charles R.
Msrlne, one of the clerks Id ths office, which
accusations have been current for some
time, sod finally took the form of a protest
signed by a Isrge number of ths women
clerks employed In the efflr. Seversl for
mer clerk resigned their positions In the
tfflce because of lbs manner of Marine
toward them was such as to be highly of
fensive. The women under him complain
that he has been rough and roars In bis
manner, that he haa subjected them to In
dignities snd that he has shown marked
favoritism among the clerks, in some esses
misrepresenting to his superiors the ef
ficiency of tbe clerks. Marine la a brother
of a former agent of tbe pension office and
has been retained under tbe civil aervlce
rulea. Agent Sperry Is a csndldate for
reappointment to the position for ths next
term and the disclosures that there Is such
marked friction in hla office and that It
has existed for a long time without bis
knowledge, may cause htm trouble In se
curing a reappointment.
Henry and Herman Myers of Newton,
who were arrested on suspicion of having
murdered their stepfather, Frank Lavalleur,
have been released, the coroner's Jury fall
ing to find that they had any connection
with the tragedy.
Chime In the Commission.
The governor today made a change In
his commission on the St. Louis expoaltlon,
earning Will C. Whiting of Whiting,
Monona county. In place of Holbrook. The
commission contains eight republicans, the
remainder being democrats. Organization
will be effected in a few weeks and the
plans be laid for the Iowa exhibit at St.
Louis. The commission appointed to pre
pare preliminary plana reported on plans
to cost about $250,000 and asked for an
appropriation to cover this amount, but
the legislature cut the estimates In halt
nd appropriated $125,000.
l.nat Parol Goes Into Effect.
The laat of the paroles signed by the
governor on recommendation of the legis
lature went Into effect today and Joseph
McCrary of Mills county left the Fort Mad
ison prison. He returns to Mills county,
where it is expected he will be given em
ployment by friend who were Instru
mental In securing his release. He bad
aaved up $1,200 of bis earnlnga while In
the prison and haa paid $1,000 to his at
torneys for Inducing the legislature to
grant the parole. He la an industrious
man and haa a good trade at which he caa
State . House Chanajee.
Custodian - Mjr Curdy of the state capltol
today announced the appointment of Joseph
Deemer as engineer of the capltol. O. K.
Oleson, T. J. Albera, Webb Hanklns and
John P. Stevenson a janitors and James Y.
Murphy a elevator tender.
The contract was let by the State Board
of Control today for another deep well at
Cherokee to supply water for the state
Articles ot Incorporation were filed today
for the Cedar -Rapids Plumbing company,
capital $10,000, by C. E. Brown and others.
The St. Anthony Savings bank has been
chartered, with a capital of $10,000; H. A.
Church, cresldent, aDd c. M. Church,
The Middle River Co-Operatlve Churn as
sociation of Madison county ha been In
corporated with $10,000 capital.
Iowa Weather and Crops.
Ths weekly bulletin of Iowa weather and
crops Issued today says:
During the nast week the cyclonic winds
and duststorms, which are somewhat char
acteristic of the season In thla portion ot
the continent, culminated In copious show
ere, bringing abundant moisture for pres
ent neetia oi the crops in nearly an parta
of the state. Some damage waa caused by
the high winds in numerous localities, and
It Is likely that seed grain waa uncovered,
or too deeply covered by drifts of dust In
many exposed neias; dui tne resultant
showers brought ample compensation In
the form of relief to the suffering crops.
The nelda are In excellent condition to ab
sorb the moisture without hindrance to
farming operatlona, and In all districts
there Is a large area ready for the corn
planters. A beginning haa been made In
the southern section, and planting will bs
general If the weather continues favorable
the coming week. Potato planting la now
In progress. Urass anil grain are making
ful- growth. Reports Indicate that foliage
and Lloom on fruit trees are coming as
early as usual. All farm operatlona are
Kew School Law Ratines.
Attorney General Mullen has rendered an
opinion upon aeveral points pertaining to
the school law of the atats. On of tbe
moat Important features Is ths posltloa
which hs takea with regard to tha exami
nation ot teachers for county certificates.
He holds that such examination must be
made in person before tbe superintendent
who Issues the certificate. At tbe recent
meeting of the -county auperlnteadenta In
this city It was pointed out by some of ths
superintendents that provision should bs
mads tor the Issuance of certificates by ons
upsrlntsndent upon ths reprssentstloas of
another who had held the examination
necessary. Superintendent Barrett took the
position, which la upheld by ths attorney
general, that such sa arrangement cannot
be made under tbe preaent law. Hie and
other leaa Important holdings of tbs attor
ney general will be printed In the new edl
tlon of the school law supplement, which
the atate superintendent will bring out In
the near future.
rwf il. ii mii mi
of tha gurTrrtng and danger in kioro fur lef , robs tho expectant mother
of all pleasant anticipation of the coming event, and casts over her a
shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women
have found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy robs
confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother
and child. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at tha
time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Frlent
carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use
gently prepares the system for the coming event, prerents 'morning
sickness," and other dis-
ll.oo per bottle. Book ,
ce-.it aim ng valuable iaformatiea free. f7rllfP IfUJ
TREACY TO LEAVE SIOUX CITY
Paster of at. Gary's t athnlle I here
Transferer r Mlshnp-I le
HlofX CITT. la, April So.-imperial T'l-
iraml-Flev T Treaey, whe for ths a
fnurleea years has been pastor f '.
Mary's t'aibollc rhurrh here, lU f
irlvM notio from Rev. Ir V. 1- tlarrla
of Washington, t. C, Mhnp-eiM of the
new dlocess of "lout Clly. thai he wnul.l
be transferred 10 HI. Josephs rhurrh at
Ir. (tarrlgan will " In Kloui City June
19 and he will be pastor of "t. Mary
church, 'he cathedral, himself.
Bev. p. J. O'Connor, who for elfhfeen
year waa pan I or of HI. Joseph's rhurrh
St Carroll, recently rstns to lmn City In
be pester of flt. Joseph s rhurrh here.
teea Tresey's prospective departure Is
much regretted b" hla people snd other
ettlten. He ha made floe record her
He leave behind him one of the finest
pieces of rhurrh properly In ths weet,
practically free of debt.
Masnna Will Meet la t llntnn.
CLINTON, la.. April 30. "peelet ) On
May 21 and 24. Inclusive, the twenty-ninth
eanual reunion of Mason of the fie Molar
consistory. Valley of Clinton, Orient of
Iowa, will be held In Ms ion In temple, tM
city. It Is expected delegate will b pres
ent from sit prt of the country. Degrees
from the fourth te the thirty-second will
limit Salary of Priests.
DVBCQl'E, la., April lO.-lPpeclal Tele
gram.) At an arrhdlocesan synod today,
attended by about 10 priests. It wa de
cided to make a (alary limit of $t.o0 for
pastors, the salary to he exclusive of per
quisite and to be payable only out of
pew renta, school collection and gifts. The
books of each parish will be audited an
nually by the two lay ronsullor.
PLANS OF AMERICAN LEAGUE
May laetltnte New Appeal to Rapreme
t oart or Make t snplres of l.njole,
Frsser and Bernbnrd.
BALTIMORE. April 30.-Secretary Harry
Goldman of the Baltimore American
league club, who will reprrxfiit that club
at the epeclHl meeting In Cleveland tomor
row, will urge the adoption of the double
umpire system and the employment of
Iijole, Fraxer and Bernhard aa umpires.
He bellevee they can be so employed with
out ccmlng In conflict with the Injunction
laid by the Pennayivania court, ami timl
tbli wll! off.r the beat solution of tha difficult'-
Prealdent Ban Johnson of the American
league was in this ctty today. Speaking of
the lnunctione restraining iJijoie, rraser
and Bernhard from playing for any other
than the Philadelphia National League
club Mr. Johnson aald: "We have ample
grounds for a new appeal to the supreme
court, and while thla Is pending the In
junction Issued by the lower court Is raised,
we will give bond and the three player
concerned will be at liberty to play with
be unfavorable to us we tan take Lajole'a
case te the United States court. The rases
of the other two men rsnnot be taken
there because the amount Involved le leas
than $2,000. Our attorneys are confident
and I snare their connaenra tnat we win
win out. Then the only redress the Na
tional league will have la In a civil suit
for damsges against sach player before a
HOLDS CONTRACTS ONE-SIDED
American Leslie Attorney Bare Hit
per. Wallace aad Heldrlck
Agreements Are Invalid.
8T. LOUI8. April SO. Arguments of
counsel on ths petition of President Robl
son of the St. Louis National Base Ball
club to restrain Harper, Wallace and Held
rt ;k from playing with the St. Louis Amer
ican League club were heard today by
Judgea Talty and Fisher Jointly.
The courtroom waa crowaeo. wnn tan
and Prealdent Roblaon of the National
league and Secretary Hedges of the local
American lea true team were present.
At the conclusion of argumenta the casa
went over until tomorrow, when the op-
Soslng counHel will present their brlefa.
udge Russell of Cleveland and Judge
Bond appeared for the plaintiff.
In the course of his arguments Judgs
nrssell cited the decision of the sUDreme
court of Pennsylvania, which held that the
ref-erve clause in tne contracts ot iajoie,
Bernhard and Kraser with the Philadel
phia National League club are valid. At
torney Johnson for the American league
did not deny the authenticity of the men's
signatures to National league contracts, but
declared tnai me contracts in question
were unconstitutional because one-aided.
WILL NOT ALLOW SUNDAY BALL
Indlannpalls Mayor Bays Law Will
Be Enforced If Clnb Has
INDIANAPOUS, April 30. "There will
be no Sunday base ball In Indianapolis,
even If the city la forced out ot tne Amerl
can association," said Mayor Hookwalter
today In answer to an Inquiry. I am sorry
that some of the maarnatea have taken the
?oattlon that they will not bring their teama
o Indianapolis until they are permitted to
play tneir run series, including tne Sunday
gamea," added the mayor, "but aa long as
tnere ia inia law on tne statutes mm ror
blda the aames they will not be permitted.'
The Indianapolis club will play the Sun
day gamea acheduled for this city In
Marlon. Ind. After the announcement
today by Mayor Bookwalter that under no
circumstances would Sunday ball be per
mitted here arrangements were completed
with C. W. Halderman of Marlon for the
use of the old Western Association park.
The first Sunday game at Marlon will be
plaved May 4. Thla practically aasurea a
financial success for the lndlanapolla club.
though the opening crowds have not been
too Bean la Tronble.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., April 30. Joe Bean,
ahortstop of the local Eastern league base
ball team, played with the New 1 ork Na
tional League club at New York yesterday
and the local team management allegea
that he haa lumped hla contract and Joined
the metropolitan team. Prealdent Hlgglns
of the local association say a injunction
proceedings will be Instituted at once to
prevent Bean from playing with the New
SchaesTer Beats Hie Own Record.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. April 30. Jacob
Schaeffer, the champion billiard player. In
n match with Julius A. Dorgan. the Hun
garian expert, broke the world's record to
night at etghteen-lnch balkllne billiards
held by himself, by making a run ot Hi
First to Its Paenmntlo power.
TOP EX A. Kan., April 30. On June 1 John
Player, superintendent or machinery ami
motive nower. will close twelve yeara'
labor with tha Atchison, Topeka At Santa
Ke railroad. The office will become vacant
with hla retirement. Mr. Player waa the
first man In the world to use pneumatic
power In connection with the varloua me
chanical Implements used In railroad shops.
Ia an ordeal which all
iii-: i .i
UuUUUULiJ women pnro.cn w.in
indescribable fear, for
LOOK INTO PHILIPPINE CASE
(IHtene I) rpe.ee 4 l Peltry la lelaade
adept Plan for I.eMlng
SfMT YoltK Arfl 1"- rnrifefer.ee erf
rl'lfene rrpe.el to Ih filler pfel
folled la the Ihlllpp'"'. eempneel
S'tiie lily or eenl eersnn rnmiri from
'rnt r e rto ef ih rnnntfr, s held In
1r at ths P1s burl f k tries rrsnns
A Isms of pnslnn mc ed
"thst S rnmmlttee ft ser periins be
arpo'n'ed by the preeHlng efflrer ehtea
duty It ahsll ba te lake alt accessary step
t effsct ths fuM rtlsrlneiira ef the fart eon.
nrrtei Hh the pfeeessos snd rtrnlnn la
Ih rmiMe of military epersllrms la the
Philippines sr.4 le sppear la pars an1
k.y rrnirvarl hnfnr ths present (reels level
t laat inaT rnmmltiee ssd ' eh ateee
there, or elsewhere, msy he rairulated le
erure competent puMlrlty and further
InlUst such nth or etlnn msy tend 14
vindicate ih national rharacler
Mr. Carl Srhurt. hn ws In ih rnalr,
appointed member of this rnmmltiee
Chrles Frsnel A1m. Host on, Andrew
Carnegie, New Ynf Warns MVesih,
Phtlsdelphls; Herbert Welsh. Phllslrtphla;
r.d!n Hiirrl't Pmlth. Chl'sio, nl Presi
dent K'hurmsn nf Cornell university, le
which committee the nsm nf Mr. Srhnr
as added by resolution ss member et
officio. A flntnr rnmmlt'e ws also p.
pointed Morfleld inert nf Bnetnn will b
one of the counsel for the cnmmlttes, ft
is eipected the committee hold It
first meeting In New York this week.
WILL HELP OjMPIAN GAMES
Prealdent ftooaetelt Plrdae Hie Hep
port and Will Attend
WASHINGTON, April 0. TresHent
Roosevelt will attend the opening o. the
Interaatlonet Olympian gamea which ar In
be held In Chicago during September and
October, 1904. He mad thle promise tnntght
lo Miwers. Harry J. Furber, Jr . I he presl
dent, and Benjamin J. Rosenthal, the
chairman of the committee on finance of
the gamea, who spent n hour with hun
at the White house dlsruaslng Ihe conies'
It I proposed to hold.
Mr. Roosevelt Indicated disposition te
do all In hla power to further the effort
of the Olympian association He entered
heartily Into the spirit nf th proposed ei
hlbltlon and discussed them for an hour
with the committeemen, particular atten
tion being paid to the military exercise,
which are to be given prominent part In
Messrs, Furber and Rosenthal left the
White Houee confident of the president'
Tom Thander Not Dead.
OATEBVIM.E. Wl., April -The re
port announcing the death of Tom Thun
der, the celebrated Wlnneheeo Indian, srs
erroneous. Thunder appeared In thin city
today and wa not aware that he had been
sent to the happy hunting ground until
he waa shown a full account nf hla acci
dental drowning In the Mississippi river.
Thunder haa not been near the Mississippi
for the past two weeks.
The Secret of the I
Delicate Flavor of I
Our Cereal Coffee I
is in the perfect blending of
fruit and grain.
There is nothing but the
choicest California ngs and
prunes and grains in a pack
age of Figprune.
Ask your grocer for a
Boil 5 to 10 minutes
Sasaple mailed direct freak hease ofBee
oa receipt ef eaat.
Fiiprarje Cereal Co., Saa Joae, Cat.
Soft as Cream
It Is pure from the begin
ning nd through thor
ough ageing becomes the
finest whiskey made.
Z SjaM si all r.wtar rafas ar.4 tr akham
WM. LaNAHsS BON, SaillSitfts,
THVR3DAY EVENING. MAY 1.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
I'nder the auspice
At-ktia; mm. y. o. e.
180 UAVOIIS IN ISO MINUTES
CA8T UK LIIAHAiTKRS
lluaa N. Mititn
J r. F'Te-ter
.. tijr S Wriaht
. ... Genres B Inls
. A rmubla
1'. 'irr-amaa (from Ireland)
a. ..I. -II i
S P Wadswnnh
C M KUhoison
.... lklly Jsrvis
. .. Eu-enle Kotk
Vrlied Uadjt j.'.'.'.....' .'.Mre'V. S. Mull
Mrs Tarr I
Ketlle I-rlsaroee l IWeale rlvt4
New syaaa. New Muela. starve ot Fwa.
Wife) of rrr.ldnt Jakeman of
I I.'.1 f tb or"on ( hn.tha
meuim Lrdla E. rinkhara'g
ifcrtaMe ('omnotnd For Wo
man's IVrtodlc r.tin.
"tai Mas lleaa,,nefo, I
' HU I- IMitUhum'a , ex.
t ll A ConiHutirl 1 cresdad tta
pr..a.b of tle time for ty mm at ual
perioU. sslt woulU tneas acotip'j of
ii1' rH' !
Wm. rrri.riA jaesma.
dre la hel wlih Intense pain and trtf-
irnn i waa oaoer tha phjalclaaa
rra for over a rear without any relief,
whea my attention waa railed to Lylla
K PlosSaoi Vefetafela Compound by
eversl m' onr Mormon women w bo
had txen rurnl through Its uts.
I fa It srsursatic us and ra
rrovnl rratiillv In health, and after
the tiae of ait tattles tnv f ealth aa
rorr.pletelr rtnrel. and fcr over t-vo
veara I hsve had neither die or pa.'n.
Von have a truly wonderful remedvtor
wnmea. Very sincerely ywr. Jtfia.
lift ntJmsil, re1tt.el.eOtv,rtah."
-I WOO f fun if skwe feetsi(sa 1$ est fens nm
Just aa surely as Mra. Jake
man waa ruretl Just ao surely will
I.ydla II IMnkliam'a VeiretaHa
Compound cure every woru m
suffering from any form of ?
Mra. IMnkhnm ed risen sick o
men free. Arldrraa, JLyiin, Ala i.
The perfect sosp for fiuvry
laundry use. Clesniei but
docs not shrink
Good for bath snd toilet.
More economics! thin toilet
op and purer.
Tares aires laeedry. lac 1
baih sad lotlea. t; sval
Cassis srleMr, shewisf
Caserns 's sissy am, siailtd
.Ths Cvdamt Packino Co.
Omaha... KsnsM City.
A SKI" OP BEAUTY IS A JMf hUREVt
I.T. FELIX GOIRAIK'S ORIENTAL
CREAM. OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFU L
Frmovrs Tan. Flsneire,
rraikla, kioth Pi tlwa.
Mash ana Skin
X ease, an4 mrf
mS'l , blemish on krauty.
and eaflas is
tma. It has etoct
the ksa s
yaara, and l s
hai iiilses w lasts
it to pa ssra
e srapsrlr i Mae.
Aocaot ae e uaisr
rit ef imiUe
nanus. Pr. I. a,
narra sal ! e
ar of tha sr'ik-ta)
"A you ladle will use them, I rrcem
mend 'OOUKAUD S CHJEAM' as ths laaaS
harmful of all the Skin preparations." Far
sale by all Drufflsta and Fane OeayJe
trasvlers In the U. i and Europe.
flHD. T. HOPKINS, Prop's,
ft Qraat ioomm SU M. T.
DR. McGREW (Age 53)
Dleoaaee as Ulaoeneee of Man Only.
Ba yaara SDsereaee. IB Yeas in
,..t .nd must natural that haa yet irsea
discovered. Ne Pl whatever, no tx tu?
and doe not inierrera wur. wu.a w.
. . ... . .niP. r at homi asa
sapi. i.B.ui.ii. -. -
a permanent cure (ueranieeO.
Hat SDrinzt Treatmsnt (or byptus
And all Wood Dlaeaaee. No BRKAl JN
OLT' oa the ahln or face d all eat mal
slsns of the disease disappear a I one . A
Ueaiment tha k. c?."r"
trestmni ana ' --- - it
Brminn( for lit:
. . am an, aAM..ua AllfSki tkt B VOUB
UVtK 2U,UUUa.7ity. lii ef w sttty
,.a alt Jm.aiural weahoeeaee ef -.
Stricture, liie.t. KMlnay aad bladder l
easea Hydro.la cured permanently
tHTr.k.s Ltiw. coaai'LTATitM; iriitt
Treatment by mL P. U .Bos Ml
nm over SIS . lth tr-.t. .bjetweaj
imm aaa ireusiaa hiav. UJs-e-M-a- ..
FftlllM Halt H m T
ir'tJwlr . ossJy wteft
mm, MiKssir w
ITst. hf,i ftae Cat M . JuHH U.
B kjUsaakis so ai m4 to fe
MAtVtL whlrtr.o I nyev
ror em by
iNtaaii MeroaacLt. mm ,
Comer aiateeaih and Boats ktre-l t .Ah.
rsi -ar - nur r
aa r - r . as, r i
if MMrnatanrviytae .XiV. ,T .
IBIlLiPW 1 aw tMr Sn.
c,.... ku mumm it it x, a rr
ukii.juat tSllkl le. 6V .. J
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