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' TirE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1902.
COMMENCEMENT WEEK ON
Ear. Chalfe of Tint Methodist Church
Preaches Bermon to Graduates.
EXAMINATIONS ARE NEXT IN ORDER
Friday Evening the Eaerclses Will
Conelnde with Reception to
the Grndnntea by
Commencement week for the senior class
of the High school began yesterday morn
ing, when the class, accompanied by the
faculty, attended the Broadway Methodist
church to listen to the baccalaureate ser
mon, preached by the paetor. Rev. W. J.
Calfee, whose subject was "Ideals and Pur
poses, taking his text from First Kings,
vlll. 18-19, and Daniel, 1, 8, saying In
Ideals rule the world by ruling the Indi
vidual with high Ideal" and lofty purposes.
David traveled from the sheperd's fold to
a throne and from the tending of a few
rheep to the ruling of a nation. It la a
mistaken notion that to be ambitious la
to be eelflah and wicked. It depends much
upon the character of the ambition, but
there la less fear of failure for anyone
with an overmastering ambition than for
him who has no aim at all tn life. We
admire the man or woman with an all
ronaunatng purpose, even though we eome
tlmea question the worth and character of
the purpose Itself.
The men and women of the hour are
those who have missions. Success In life
depends, not so much on opportunity, as
on readiness to graep the opportunity.
What you ought to do you can do. If you
succeed In life It will not be because the
way Is smoothed for you, but because you
are readv to grasp your opportunities.
Young people, you will not realize much
on your ambitions or your Ideals. As you
step out Into the world of action you will
elbow others from their places. Oh. how
thick we are at the lower end of the
ladder. I do not say this to discourage
you. There Is an ambition which you can
realise. If your ambition Is to lead a right
life. In the great beyond. If not here on
sarth, your ambition will be realized In the
Bold of character.
Today, Tuesday and Wednesday will be
devoted to the final examinations. Wednes
day evening the seniors will be tendered a
reception by the Juniors at Royal Arcanum
hall. Thursday evening the graduating
exercises will be held In the auditorium of
the High acbool, when Dr. A. E. Wtnshlp
of Boston will deliver the address of the
evening, which will , take the place of the
old time-honored orations by the gradu
ates. This will be the program:
Class song Class of 'OJ
Invocation "ev. w. b. Birnn
I'n.-oi nln Miss Mav Caldwell
Address Dr. Wlnhln
Vocal selection.. Double quartet, class of '03
Presentation of diplomas
Bong Good Night Class of '02
The reception to the graduates by the
High School Alumni association will be Frl
day evening In Royal Arcanum hall, when
0. 8.- Blanchard will deliver the address
welcoming the senior Into the ranks of the
alumni. . Saturday afternoon the class ol
02 will hold It last annual picnic in Fair
The Class" of 1901 comprises fifty pupils
s follows: .
Classical Kenneth 6. Barnes, Marian I.
Benton. Anna E. Bollinger, Edith M. But
. ler, ' WAT 'R.k Cornelius, Fannie J. Daven
port, Frederic A. Dorland, Alleane Good
win, Ma tide Hart, Myra B. Hutchinson,
Josephine A. Jennings, Nellie Merrlam,
Lotta E. MeConnell.' Lenerl Pansla More
bouse, - Ines E. Parsons, Erwln Spetman,
Robert T. Swalne, Helen E. Wallace, J.
German Solentlflc Mabl C. Bates, Edna
E. Bell, Floyd Flleklnger, Helen L. Foley,
Hilda B. Frohardt, Norman1 Jay Fuller,
Bamuel E. Olllnaky, Margrette E. Jardlne,
Clarence M. Royer, Bessie Martin.
English Scientific Joseph A. Leonard,
Waldron R. Morgan, Florence Kate Robin
son, Edna A. Schroeder, Evelyn Thomas.
Latin Scientific Leah A. Allbaugh, Mag
gie Austin, Jennie Benson, Rollln 8. Qra
son, Horace T. Haverstock, Helen F. Hol
lenbeck. Earl Hooker. Bessie P. Howlette,
Verna M. Shedd, Cherrte Wells, Grace E.
Business Harry E. Ball. Dorothy G.
Green, Bertha McFadden, Etta Bchwenger,
Roy L. Smith.
Davis sells glass.
Faarrsl of James MeCabe.
The esteem la which James MeCabe was
held by his fellow members of the' bar
waa evidenced by the large number of law
yers In attendance at his funeral yesterday
afternoon. The services, conducter of Kev.
W. S. Hooker of Red Oak, assisted by Rev.
W. J. Calfee of the Broadway Methodist
church and Rev. W. 8. Barnes of the First
Fresbyterlan church, were moat Impres
slve. The floral tributes were many and
beautiful. The First Methodist church quar
tet of Omaha, accompanied by Thomas J
Kelly, sang. The sermon was preached
by Rev. Honker. Among the members of
the bar from Omaha in attendanee were
C. O. McOllton, D. L. Johnaon, C. 8. Lo
blngler. H. H. Baldrlge. R. C. Patteraon,
William Balrd, R. 8. Horton, and H. E.
Daniels, the laat three acting as pallbear
ers. Only the Intimate friends of the
family and the members of the bar followed
the rematns to the cemetery.
Oravel roofing, A. H. Read, 641 Broadway.
Throwa Brick Tkreaih WlWsiaw
William Fegley wae arrested last even
ing, charged with maliciously throwing
bricks through the window of Sherlock
The discovery of a food expert,
a combination of nature'a foodQ
element so prepared that eacn
pound packgg la equal to fourO
pounds of beef,
Malt-Nut couiblues the brain and
muscle propertlea of wheat
tbe fat and tissue building ele- Q
meota of nut oils.
The rich, nut flavor appeal, to J
q the palate of the invalid and atn- Q
T gold by leading grocers. Made by v
American Pure Kood Co., Ltd., Battle T"
O Creek, Mich. O
Dyed and preaeed. Special attention
given ladles' garments. Also chenille
curtain, neatly cleaned, dyed and
pressed. 'Phone L-18. lows Steam Pye
Works. k4 Broadway.
' (Sucoaasor t W. C. Estep)
$M TtLXHL aTRElT. 'Phene T.
NEWS'. OF IOWA
Bro.'s saloon at Twenty-first street and
Broadway. Fegley went Into the saloon
at ( o'clock to get a can of beer and the
bartender refused to aerve him aa it was
closing time. It is alleged that Fegley in
retaliation for not being aerved amaahed
the front window by throwing throe bricks
Davis sella paint. .
Plumbing and heating. Blxby ft Bon.
N. T. Plumbing Co., telephone 2S0.'
Davis sells drug
Stockert sells carpets and ruga.
Leffert, eyesight specialist, 238 Broadway.
Pictures for graduation gifts. Q. B. Alex
ander & Co., 333 Broadway,
Take home a brick of Metzrer.'a lce
cream. Vanilla, 2Sc; Neopolltan, we.
Rev. 8. Alexander Is home from a visit
to his mother near Detroit;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Saunders, old
time residents of Council IflufTs, have gone
to New Haven, Conn., where they will
make their home.
Miss Barnard of St. Joseph, Mo., Is the
guest of Mrs. Ieonard Everett.
Miss Scott of Paris, Tex., Is the guest
of Miss Hollenbeck of Eighth etreeet.
Miss Ivoutse Couture of Newcastle Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jamea Adams.
Mrs. Ell Brown of Oklahoma City Is
visiting Mrs. J. L. Mable of Oakland ave
Mrs. W. C. Chapman of Fremont Is the
guest of Mrs. A. Bereshetm and Mrs. W.
Charles S. McDonald of Butte, Neb.. Is
visiting his parents, Alderman and Mrs.
C. W. McDonald.
Miss Louise Co.nklln of Chicago arrived
yesterday on a visit to her
Mrs. W. S. Cass of Washlngtorl avenue la
entertaining Mrs. S. Whiting and Mrs.
Mlltonberger of Lincoln, Neb.
John Robertson of Hamilton," Ont., I.
visiting his uncle, F. L. Reed, clerk of
the district court, and family.
Miss Bessie Zorbaugh will leave today
for Philadelphia to take a position In the
Presbyterian Publishing house.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Robblns are home
from Des Moines, where they ware called
by the death of Mrs. Robblns' brother-in-law,
Mrs. 8. Ellenbeck, aged 41. . of Lewi,
township, died yesterday at the Woman'.
Christian Association hospital after a se
vere surgical operation.
Mrs. Clara Troutman Keating, who ha.
been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr..
K. A. Troutman, left yesterday for her
nome in roruana. ure.
The attorneys for the motor company
stated yesterday that thev would annlv
for a rehearing before the supreme court
in ineir appeal in ine ttoiman damage
Tne ball game between "the Smith A
Bradley team and the West Omahas at
Lake Manawa yesterday afternoon resulted
In a victory for the former by a score
or 14 to i.
Mrs. Jamea R. Macrae and daughter, Mlas
Jessie, and Miss Stella Gilbert, left yes
terday for a two months' visit with friends
in Ixs Angeles, Cal., and other Pacltic
coast point b.
The city council will hold It. regular
monthly session this evenl.ig. It is under
stood that the telephone franchises will
not be taker, up owing to the absence of
Attorney 8. B. Wadawortn from the city.
St. Alban'e lodge No. 17, Krilght. of
Pythias, will celebrate the thirtieth an
niversary of It. organisation thi. even
ing, naving Deen Instituted June I, 1878.
There will be work In the second rank to-
A bicycle stolen from a man namari T ai
at the ball grounds on West Broadway
yesieroay ariernoon was recovered by the
police at Friedman's pawn shop, where it
had been pledged for U.. The police are
sun looaing tor tne thief. " .-.
The Board of Couty Buoervisora will me
today for the regular June session, at which
iime ii is expeciea a successor will be
appointed 10 justice or the Peace Ferrler.
It Is said that Judge George Carson, if he
will accept the position, can have- the
The reaular monthly shift In th riataft
of the day and night police force took
ice yesterday. Patrolmen J. W. Kirk,
William McKlnley and Henry Keusph were
transferred to the day force, while Patrol
men Rue, Lorensen, Harding, Dlatman and
A. A. Kirk comprise the night detail.
The remains of Atinutt th l9.mnnO..
old daughter of Mr. and Mr.. Thomas W.
Auatln of lflOl Twenty-ninth .treet, Omaha,
uuria yeaieraay anernoon in Wal
nut Hill cemetery, this city. Mrs. Austin
was Miss Jennie Wallace, daughter of Mr.
and Mra. W. W. Wallace of this elty.
The Quarterly meetlnc of Ihm U'nm.n'.
Christian association will be held at the
residence of Mr.. M. F. Rohrer, on Vine
street, this afteroon at 2:90 o'clock. Officer.
win mane ineir quarterly reports. Mrs.
Qulnn will have charge of the musical
and literary program. Refreshments will
The Flrat National hank nf thla h..
brought suit against Leslie Crenshaw on
two notes for $600 each, given by the firm
of Crenshaw Bros., alleging that he was
a member of the firm when the notes were
veil, ii aiao aiiege. mat it was Induced
to surrender the notes through fraudulent
Mrs, Lewis Ryan died Saturday mM.
night at her home in Garner township,
aged M years. Besides her husband three
daughters. Mrs. A. B. Woodworth. Mrs.
A. H. Smith and Mrs. J. L. Smith mr.
vlve her. The funera wilt be held at t
o'clock thla afternoon from the fa ml It.
residence and burial will be In Gregg ceme-
DANISH LYREN SOCIETY MEETS
Featnre ef the Session Will Be the
Celebration of Danish Farmer a
CEDAR FALLS. Ia.. June I. (Special.!
The Danish Lyren aoclety of the United
Statea opened a week's national conven
tion here today with delegate, present
from Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Connecti
cut, Oregon, Washington. Minnesota, Colo
rado, New Jersey and Ohio. The last con
vention was held In Oreen Bay. ' Wig., in
1899. The officer, of the national society
are present and are as follows: President,
John Hansen, Clinton, Ia.; vice-president,
C. Jorgensen, Minnespolts, Minn.; secretary,
J. P. Hansen, Denver, Colo.; treasurer, li
Clausen, Green Bay, Wis.; Insurance treas
urer, P. M. Peter.en, Cleveland, O. The
society I. ..fraternal and insurance order
formed among the Danish residents of the
United States. The delegate, are being
entertained at the expense of the local lodge.
The moat Important feature of the week
will be the celebration on June ( In com
memoration of the act of Frederick VII..
who, under the land law. gave the Danish
peasant, their independence, making all
farmer, equal, whereas before the land was
owned by few men who worked It by
letting It to farmers whom they treated
a. .laves. Indicting punishment and taking
other liberties. Social feature, of enter
talnment have been planned for each even
lng by the local lodge Including excursions
to nearby towns,
Killed by Bandle of Bolts.
OELWKIN, Ia., June 1. T3peclal.) John
Fitzgerald, aa employ of the T. H. Baaoa
Construction company, was killed her late
yesterday. He waa struck in th. head by
a bundle of bolta thrown from the baggage
car of the northbound 4 o'clock paaaenger
train. He died shortly 'after reaching the
rattison hospital. Fitzgerald is unmarried,
about 18 year, of age, and cm to Oelweln
Carroll Grants License.
CARROLL. Neb.; June 1 (Special Tele
gram.) Thla towo has been dry sine, the
6th ln.t., but yesterdsy morning tbe trus
tee. granted a license to George Rohwer,
who opened up hi. saloon at noon.
Nothing equal to Prickly Ash Bitter for
removing that sluggish, bilious feeling so
common In hot weather, ft create, etreogtk,
vigor, sppellte and
1RIVAL RAILROAD BUILDING
Haste to Enter Reflected Territory ia
Southwestern Iowa by Two Companies,
DES MOINES ROBBERS UNSUCCESSFUL
State Hospital at Cherokee Mill Be
Delayed la the Opening- Pecwllar
Aliment of Tsisg I.ndy Inanr
asrt Companies ana Taxes,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
nr.S MrMNKS. June J. (Sneclal.l Rail
road building operations to the southwest
of Des Molnea are becoming Interesting
just now. Apparently there Is a race on
betweea rival intereata and Juet what com-
k.v nf tKoaa int. rests remains
t. th. naonl. aa unsolved mvsterv. Th
engineer, of the Dee Molaea Southwestern
railroad started out laat week to run the
aurvey over again for- final location of the
line between Greenfield and Wlnterset,
some changes being made necessary by the
platting of an addition to Wintered and
on account of right-of-way troubles. The
engineers and agents have been engaged
busily for the last two months on the line
and there now seems no reasonable doubt
about the building of the road, at least
between Winteraet and Greenfield. Whether
It will be built from Winteraet to a con
section with the Great Western or the
Keokuk Western south of Dee Moines, Is
" " , .. ... ,
lA . ' k!
pany headed by Lyman Waterman of
na.Ua. A ft.... tf.a.a. Mll.a. t h . MaitUe I
-uv .vuru...c. v. iU
of the road ha. been completed north
rom vreeiou. , .a.t w .u .Bir -
mant waa .ntaratt IntA with fha rpaMental.
- . I - ---- -
oi daacKBDurg vj wuii'n luey agree 10 gita
a bonus of $2,500 and to vote a 6 per cent
tax In aid of the electric railroad. Sur-
veyor. are engaged la running a shorter
line to Macksburg than that originally .ur-
"'"' iuib cump.u, .r,
looking forward to an entry into winter-
Btv on too oiDBi tiTonuio it-rui. Arriugtj i
menu hav been mi.de to secure power I
yiaiiw wuiiv iuq iruiicj iiuv I. uoiu uuuv. I
There Is some belief that the big railroad
companies are back of the two projects,
but the promoters Insist ethey are inde-!
pendent coneern. thus far. A. both line. I
are reaching Into a territory needing rail
road facilities more than any other In the
atate the people are giving them a good
Highwaymen Foiled by Bookkeeper.
this elty suffering from a bullet wound in yard, teamsters are to be taken up in the
the abdomen which may prove fatal. In- same fashion. At a meeting of the Fed
dieted by a plucky bookkeeper who refused eration of Labor tonight it was decided that
to be held up at midnight, Jacob Shuer- an appeal should be made to James II.
man, bookkeeper at the Capital City Wool- Eckels, president of the Commercial Na
en mills, was engaged on his books during tlonal bank, to take up the teamsters' cause
the night, expeotlng to take a train nt with packers. Mr. Eckels is a member of
2:80 thla morning. He finished his work the industrial commission of the National
about midnight and started to go to the civlo federation.. The appeal will be made
depot from the mills. As he left the fac- tomorrow.
tory a man confronted him with a revolver
and ordered him to throw up hi. hands. I
Instead of doing so he ahot the highway-
The wounded man refused to reveal
Delay In Hospital Open fa a".
It la bow announced at the office of the
Board of Control that the new state hos
pital at Cherokee will hardly be ready for
the opening July 1 as planned. Superin
tendent Voldeng has been there in per-
aonal charge several month, and th. work
on the state farm was well organized aad
commenced at the beginning of the crop
year; be th. contractor, have not fin-
lahed their work on the buildings. The
contract on the main building will be fin-
lshed in a few weeks, but the plumbers and
those who are completing the Interior have
nnt vmt flniahait Thara h.a k... .
increase in the number of patient, at the
three other state hospital, for the Insane,
so that there will be no trouble from the
Insurance Companle. and Ion..
According to the report of th. state au-
dltor on fire Insurance business, lust Is-1
sued, there were but nine new companies
doing fire Insurance business admitted to
do business in Iowa last year, and of these
tnree were local mutuala. During the year
1901 the following companies withdrew tracks were sent to the stations and un
from doing buslnesa In the state: Amer- loaded. Ice was brought from the yards
lean Fir Insurance company of New York, on the car. and by evening all wa ready
uaioise nre Insurance company. United
States branch, of. New York; Caledonian
insurance company, United States branch,
ot New York; Citizens Insurance company
of New York. Citizens Insurance company
of Pennsylvania. Eagle Fir Insurance
company of New York, Erie Fire Insurance
company oi new lora, Helvetia Swiss In-
sarance company, United Bute, branch, of I
New iork; International Insurance com
pany of New York, Lancashire Insurance
company. United States branch, of Illinois;
Lion Insurance company. United State.
branch, of Connecticut; Madgeburg Insur-
ance company. United States branch, of
New York; Merchants' Insurance company
of New Jersey, National Assurance com-
pany, united State, branch, of Connecticut;
Netherlands Fire Insurance company,
United States branch, of New York; North
German Insurance company. United States
branch, of Illinois; Pacific Fire Insurance
company of New York, Transatlantic In-
suranc company. United Statea branch.
of Illinois; United Fire Insurance company
or Maryiana. it was largely because of
this large number of withdrawals of tbe
agencle." of foreign companies that the
law regarding less ana lazes was changed
last winter and Ihe foreign comnantea
doing business in Iowa were Disced on thai
same basis as domestic companies. A
number of tbe companies that withdrew In
1A01 have commenced to come back Into
the Iowa field since the reduction in tbe
license fee on business. The amount of
fees paid into . the insurance department
by Insurance companies other than life
during 1901 was 148.207, an Increaae from
sio.Ba or tns previous year. The taxes
paid into tbe state treasury direct by In
surance companies also lncressed, the
amount in 1901 being $197,074 against $185,-
091 tor the previous year.
Congregational t'hnreh Convention.
The annual convention of the Congrega
tional churches of Iowa will be held at
De. Molne. thi. week commencing Tuesday.
Thl. 1. the sixty-third annual meeting of
thi. convention. The attendance may be
between too and 400. Meetlnga will be
held In the new Plymouth church which
1. to be dedicated during the convention
with aa address by Dr. Bartlett of Chicago.
The program for the convention 1. an ex
tensive one Including addressee or papers
by A. L. Friable, De. Molne.; C. H. Rogers,
Mason City; E. S. Hill. AUantic; J. H.
George, Chicago; P. H. Mason, Corning;
O. L. Smith, Newton; B. F. Cckelye. Perry;
C- C. Warner, Montlcello; C. P. Board man.
Manhalltofa; F. O. Smith, Dubuque; John
Gordon, Tabor; F. L. Marsh, Burlington,
and many other.
Pecnllar Aliment ef Venag Woman.
A niece of Thorn. Hardwick, residing
four anile, aouth of Je.up 1. and ha. been
a)or .ever.1 weeks very sick, and tbe cause
lot her trouble U parpleslng. Laat fall sb.
(waa bitten by a dog that was aupposed to
hsve had the favdrophobla. The wound,
however, healed then, having been cauter
lied. It Is believed by many that some
of the polann was transmitted to the circu
lation of the blood, and the lady li now
but ehadow of her former self, and aha
haa haan httkA tamt tn aAVArnl mraaua rnn
The young lady only recently came here
with her mother from England.
TWO BADLY HURT IN WRECK
Sleeper on Chicago A Northwestern la
Derailed Seer Cedar Its
DES MOINES, la., June 1. Two persona
were badly hurt and several slightly
bruised In a wreck on the Chicago North
western at Otis, seven miles from Cedar
Rapids, at 1 o'clock this morning.
Westbound passenger train No. 1 was on
the siding waiting for eastbound No. 6 to
PaM- Tne hM brakeman on No. 1 threw
th before the eaetbound train was
cIear' ""ailing the last sleeper and hurling
" 8,Jit.th" enlne ,f No- 1-
Eight of the people In the aleeper at the
tlme were "verely bruisd up. but only five
ived Injuries of any consequence, and
Pn'' l ""lously Burt.
The seriously Injured are
Dr. O. D. Cook of San Franclaco, enroute
to Hamburg, Germany.
C. Serefzhjobsky, noted Russian scholar
from Kazon college, Russia, returning home
from a trip around the world.
Both are badly bruised and cut on the
I hai4 anA f... nm Kwnlr.m .1... V... h. 1 1 1
1 W VI El .
The damage done to the two trains was
Getting- Heady for Fair.
RITVMivnniu t. t.. q ra...i.i
The Board of Directors of the Shensndosh
Fair ...oc.at.on met last evening and re-
vised the premium list and ordered certain
(Improvement to be made at the fair
grounds. The date selected for the- fair
th year August 0 ncluve. Th.
r, bg matIa, Btreng(hened
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increased premiums will be offered and a
new amphitheater will be built. The new
one will have a seating capacity of nearly
dntthle tha nM nn. anrl will ha 1nat amith
, nM m. . mK ...
now here g9ltlng tner ,nlmalg , ,hap() for
,he faIl farg tne clrcult of wh,ch , ,hg
of th. .. ,h thm Bh.n.nrtn.h
try to arbitrate case
Decide to Intervene
With Packer. In Behalf
CHICAGO, June 2. Success having at
tended the effort, of Franklin MacVeagh
president of the National Civic federation
In hia Intereeaalnn with tha ITnlnn TV. rt Inn
. . , .
ployes the differences of the striking stock
The strikers succeeded today In getting
more than 125 r.ecrults to their ranks and
the tie-up of the delivery of meat tomor-
row will be almost complete. The new
members of the union cpme from the branch
bouse, of the four big packing firms. Since
the strike wae inaugurated the packer.
have been shipping' meat by the carload
to these branches aand then distributing
It by wagons to their customers. With
the men unionized, this outlet has been cut
.tt ,rom tpaKcker8n " nr d?"TefJ
J me1 h" 5n,de torarrow 14
bt" t( be n5ad by - UP
to the present the packers have been un-
bU tta(lu ut1l8r t0 take ttbe
pI"9 of e strikers.
The "ecutlv committee of the Packers
""'j""" ! "et conference today,
but refused to make the object of the meet-
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tomorrow. Some concl latory action on
the prt of tbe packe" b' tbe
i unaer cover oi me ounuay quici me
p,cker. .cored heavily on the .trlking
I teamsters and succeeded In filling all their
distributing stations about town except
those in the Fulton market. Tbe move by
the packere came unexpectedly. All was
I done quickly and quietly. The carloads
of meat which have been standing on side'
I for tomorrow's business
Tbe coup of the packers bring, the strike
to an acute Issue. Un to the present the
strikers hive Informed all who dared to
get their meat from these companies that
if such a course should be. continued their
jc. aupply would be cut off. With some of
the distributing statlona closed and others
with an Inadequate eupply of meat, the
butchers have been unwilling to take the
risk and have let their meat reserve run
low. The packers claim this situation has
been changed and that all tbe butcher, in
need of meat will come and get It
I ice and coal drivers seem to hold the
kev to the strike and to these the team
sters are turning for assistance. None of
1 the butchers have been completely cut off
I from ice, but an attempt to bring this
I about will come tomorrow and with It will
ha started tha atrencth of the strike
should the Ice. and coal men fall, aympa-
thetlc atrlkes may be colled
TWREE MEN ARE ARRESTED
I Trio Charged with Murder of PorSro
Gallra-o. Are Finally Ann
LA JARA, Colo., June 2. H. W. Smith
I Orval Smith; Earl Hart and Dade Hart
I charged with tha murder o( rornro uai-
legos, which occurred on Rock creek, In
Rio Grsnde county, on February 10 laat,
were arrested at Monte Vista today. II.
W. Smith Is a commissioner of the Soldiers'
Home at Monte Vista and la a prominent
citizen of that city
The officers declare they bave a com-
plete chain of evidence against the pris
oners and are confident of a conviction.
The trouble which culminated In the
shooting of Gallegos, who was prominent
among the Mexicans, waa brought about
through the effort, of certain parties try
lng to drive the sheep from the ranges
about Rock creek.
Bhrlner. on Way o Coast.
CINCINNATI. June The imperial po
l.ntnta anerlal train of Shriners. consist
lng of 100 people, from Philadelphia. Baltl
more and Waahlngton. arrived this morn
lng ever the Baltimore A Ohio South
wealern. followed bv Ihe McGee party, con
stating of over 'MO Shrlr.era from New York
The aet;rn Bhrlners were entertained a
hr.aHtfl.1 nv Kvr jin lemma, uiu mtmurti
of which afterward Joined the visitors In
Ihelr Journey westwara. inree special
trains leavlnar over the Baltimore &
Ohio Southwestern with Shrlncra en route
for Ban iranclaco.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
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tha asa. t wra. ao4 .ravania awouva iai. viuwra,
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ICTURE OF WAR OR PEACE
Adornment for Iowa Capitol Mast Boon Be
Selected hj Commission.
knotty Problems in decoration
Commission Will Soon Be amed to
Complete Iowa's Capitol Onlldlng
Interior to Correspond with
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, June J. (Special.) In a
very short time the commission will be
named that will undertake the completion
of the Iowa capltol building and make of
It all the way through aa It now is on the
exterior one of the finest buildings in the
world used for legislative purposes. This
commission will be composed of one who
Is not a republican and two who are re
publicans. Governor Cummlna has not al
ways been fortunate in picking democrats,
but will probably exercise unusual care
this time to make certain that his nominee
for the democratic position may not turn
out to be a republican of recent acquisi
tion. One member of the commission will
be an artist or an expert In decorative
work, another will be either an architect
or engineer and another Is likely to be a
plain, ordinary business man, who can fig
ure on contracts and see that accounts are
kept straight. It Is evident from the law
that the legislature did not Intend that
the capltol commission should personally
supervise the work of finishing the capltol.
n fact the work might as well have been
left to tbe executive council. The positions
will be honorary only, and the chief work
of the commission will be to. decide on
the character of the decorations and the
letting of contracts for work. The legis
lature provided for only nominal pay for
the time put In, so that the member, of
the commission will be men who will enter
upon the work with a desire to do the state
some great good rather than to make a
profit out of It.
Flrat Problem to Fare.
One of the first great problems before
the commission will be that of deciding on
the mural paintings for the grand corridor.
The commission will be authorized to se
cure designs or suggestions and to pay for
th. same. What shall be tbe nature of
the decorations and the general style of
the Interior finish? Shall the great panel
at the head of the stairway be filled with
a painting illustrating a battle scene or a
civil scene, by an illastratlon of some
reality or an allegorical picture? Thl.
Is a question that will come to the commls-
lon almost as soon as it Is appointed.
Peter A. Dey of Iowa City, the veteran
engineer and builder, who had something
to do with every stone placed in the great
apitol building, recently talked with the
writer about thi. work of the capltol com
mission. "I am greatly pleased with the
law enacted by the last legislature," said
he. "It comes up fully to the expectations
of the commission which prepared the
plans for the completion of the capltol;
In fact, the legislature appropriated a lit
tle" more than we asked for o allow for
contingencies. It appropriated all that can
be spent with profit for each year and made
an excellent division of the money to be
used. I believe that the commission to be
named can complete the capltol with that
appropriation and make it such a building
as was planned from the atart. Provision
Is made for tbe expenditure of money to
secure designs and suggestions for the In
terior decoration. That Is very necessary.
The state capltol of Iowa ought to have
the beat, that can be secured. The captol
ought to be made beautiful Inside aa well
Doea-Vot Favor War Plctnre.-
"I think this building affords the best
opportunity In the world for decoration
Our commission to prepare the plans visited
number of buildings to get suggestions.
In some of these everything Is subordinated
to the architectural plan and In few is
there such decoration as I think we should
have in tbe Iowa capltol. I would certainly
not favor a war picture for the grand
panel at the head of the stairway. The
picture should be something illustrating
Iowa and typical of the state I do not
know what, but certainly not a scene of
fighting. The suggestion of an illustra
tion showing General Scott treating with
the Indian, and making the Black Hawk
purchase appear, to be a good one. Gen
eral Scott was a fine man. I remember
well how he appeared and he would be a
sulking central figure for such a picture
and the portraits of the Indians could be
got. But those are matter, of detail for
tbe commission to work out. I believe.
however, that the commission should go on
th theory that nothing can be too good
for that capltol."
Governor A. B. Cummins 1. also opposed
most emphatically to a war picture In the
large panel in the capltol. A picture il
lustrating the battle of Wilson's creek has
been suggested, becauee ao many Iowa sol
dier participated therein forty years ago.
There is no battle that has been fought on
Iowa soil outside of Indian fights.
But battle scenes are seldom satisfac
tory," aald Governor Cummins, speaking of
this matter. "It la Impossible to make a
picture of a battle and gain any other ef
fect than that of a great claah and a cloud
of amoke. Then It 1 impossible to get
much detail into the picture, faces aud
forms are not distinct; and besides there
1. alway. something, to me. Incongruous
in a picture of men In action. The at
tempt to put on canvaa a scene represent
ing action seem, impossible for me. This
may not be art, but it is a feeling I have
In regard to these matters. Besides there
le no battle that can be pictured that would
Sbonld Be Typical of State .
My Idea of the painting for that panel,"
he continued, "would be some painting that
will Illustrate and suggest tbe genius of
low., some conception that would atand as
typical of tha state. It would not be for
me to go Into details, that for the artists;
but I conceive that something might be
painted that would represent Iowa as we
know It and as we would bave tbe world
know It. I bave a'waya been greatly taken
with tbst splendid picture which hangs on
ths capltol at Washington Illustrating tbe
thought of 'Westward the Star of Empire
Take. It. Way.' Soma such picture to
illustrate Iowa would be appropriate.
I aball regard thl. work of completing
th capltol of Iowa a. the Incident of great-
t Importance In my administration. I
am desirous that It shall be well done. Here
we rave a building I regard as perfect in
Its outward construction. It is au arcni-
tectural wonder. Tbe more I contemplate
It the more I am Impressed with the wis
dom and good judgment of those who
planned It and wrought It out. Now we
should have the interior made to corre
spond. The grand corridor should be made
as fine In a decorative way as the entire
building Is from an architectural atand
point. There should be grouped about tbe
grand staircase and tbe corridor the finest
decorative work that tbe art of tbe world
can produce. I shall take the greatest
Interest in this work and watch tbe prog
ress with a alncere desire that the capltol
of Iowa .hall be what It was Intended to
be by those who plsbaed It many years
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