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TIIK OMAHA DAILV 1JKE: WEDNESDAY, SEITEMI.EK 21. 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
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1 tif MHr' Aid no- ! . of HI Johns!
jMig-ileh l,uKiori(i li';f'i will fii-rl 'iri ijrit - ;
0 flrnoon t tfur ruMwn "t Mr, j
iloac, toittrr ut Kw-oii'l k:iiu toii'J 'JhlM- j
Wl Your. If f1ri-1 lit Ml (off !rl.
po!i couii -'") riiornliiir, on ir.rr ,
iyf lllMf . ii-liflilor wom.ri offi-iilv j
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Hlr1rt f:'r'irl. j
Mn Martin llutin of Kourth ir-
who ho t--n riii .11 III for w-vrral
Vrf- k, wa r-(rt-'1 t wi!n lial Irnprovr-I
-.i-rly tiiii h'j ir; now eri(.-rtlri;1 j
for h-r foovry. J
M fin tors 'if th lo'nl lo'lKf f V.iiyn
Ts'luhler 't Ain-r)' urs ihfrlr. "A j
N Wornun," hl'h Ihfy will r-nit In ,
tt tir fu'ijrf st Iho Mo'i'-rti Woc)riifri of
A-rls hail for Ihf irifrr.hr of thf ortfr. (
JifijHriiln Hu krriKM. frmr of '- I
rouniy, lit! tilt') u i,.-1 m on in voiuniHry
luiikrunir.' In ilf fffiml oijr( hfrf. ill
IImMHii.- rrr'-K'f tt.fx n hi "
tinooni to Vl.l'. but r all clulmfd ss
ft Xf. rri't.
Thf rrifml.fr of Hi. frnril Xnvlfr's
hur ti fcr arrsnirlriif to tiol'l s riurcii
tiHXHmr In thf .rly wlr.irr anil k mffimt;
of ih oiigrmKilon will hf hf4l Huinlay
srifrrioon lor ill rjr;o of ink!ii lh
rrllnilnur srrfctmeinf ma.
J. M. Krinfrtna of lf M'lnfa, tlf rum.
mamli-r of ih KnlKhia of Ihf MumhIh-h,
lit Hi il'y yi.ifr'lBy on til wy to
Jlamhurg, Ja li will rftuin lo '.'oum.-ll
Jilufl loilay and atifii'l a p-lal ni'-nlux
tf I ha loal I hi I thla awning,.
Th lifsrlnn of Alva I'fi.n anil Mr Max
frnnh tin tiHriff rf rrrl iy tha srorriHIi's
liualaii. Kill T. Hrnllh, VB. r olitlnii.i) In
Ju'lfa ( araon's court yftri1ay for l'i
Wf.k. I'fnii anl Mrs. Hmlth huva hoih
i''lai In (Ivlnv ball for thilr aniirar
Ttia younK men of lha Klr.t Fiapllat
ftiuri'h are arraiitslntf for a Ircture by
2'rfalOnnt ijeoma I'. Adams of the Iii-
IMnaa colU'aTf.. to ba clvaii at lti tiun h
hi the rifr fulur. I he suhlfi t of the
Wlure will ba "Jiralna ami llraail ' anil
Will ba free.
fleors", the 14-yi-ar-oM aon of John W.
f'amp, wa aevfr.ly brulafl Monday cven
Iiih by falUna from the window III the fc
nid story of the barn at the rmr of bis
lionie on Klral avamif. Ilia rondlilon Mon
clay night waa rrd.d a aerlous, but
yealerday ho was iioi h linroved.
Itay ll'ifl, bd 16 yfara, dlfd yestfrdny
rnoriilna; at tila homf, l'H'1 Hlilffiitti street,
rom tytitioM ffVfr. 'Ihf funeral will be
ild thla afiernoon and Intermfht will be
In Walnut Jllll reinctfry. rifv. I'., w
of lha IHflh Avenuo
will conduct the sorv-
William Iiiinri, hred with crfatlnir a
dlaliirhnin a In ilia n. ia houe and ri-.lt-Inar
the olllrer who HiTealvd hlin, was Iflven
ten day on bread and wmer In (inlhe
r oiirt yratfidny rnoriilna 'I be same sell
Mm t was Klveii l'r. ('. A. Kollln, arrretfd
Monday i.lahl fur Intoxli-etlon. Holllna
while Intoiili Bird fi ll on the street car
trai ka and waa nearly run over.
II. II. Ilrandt, a i rn nltr, waa In polb a
rourt yeaterilay Inoriilns. itiHrKed Willi
throwing Immnifr at and alrlklnif rnron
Klnkald, a hoy living near n hniiae on
whh h It ru lid i waa working Mrandt ad
billled throwing the liuinmi-r, but aaet-rlfl
It waa dona In a ilrll of fun and Willi nn
Intent to Injure the lad, The benrlng whs
uit flnlahed and will ba reaiiined Ibis morii
ng. W. VV. Hfvrrlna tia fllfil an Inforinallori
In Juallie liryant'a rourt I'tiarglng A. W.
Turin r with the Ixn eny of til t'orn crop.
Iiat iilug Turnrr and Hi-mrtu hd a
onl rnvi-r. y over Ilia ownrrahlp of a nuin
tier of viii hiii lot lii the soiilh url of the
illy anil Turnrr Invd rleveilua arifated for
lilowlug "ii what he railed hl properly.
The riaull of the I r lit I wit thut Ihe prop
erty, wa llei-rred to hi'JoliK lo HvV.'1'luN.
Now Hevi-rln alhwia that Turnrr anlfrrd
upon hi land, rut the ruin rrnp und rarrltal
Oravel roofing, A. II. Head, (41 Mroadwiy.
At Pan-American Exposition.
Unlike Any Other !
Tl (nil flavor, lha delicious final
Ity, lha a'Holute Purity, 't Lw.
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It fri'ltl all i.t hers
No "treatment" with alkali's; no
adulteration with flour, starch or
gruind cocoa shells; nothing but the
nutritive and digestible product cf
ths choicest Cocoa I let lis.
Ask Your Dealer for It.
It fear! Bt . Council rtluff. 1 phone T,
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PAVING WORK TO CO OVER;
Kuc't Of lt CollfV.uJ fcr Cusitt I Laid
l)tnit tr- Ittt.
SCKfE COMPACTS Ml TWO YCAP.S OLD
f'lerre street All that la Llklr
lu lie Atterairteal Ta I
It It LC vl4rj'. Iba' rii'j'h of tb psrlaj
or.'.ra'fd for tr tbs .i'r Id Jy na iy.1
und' osioly b laid tb: year, al'bougb
k tb LigliiDLg of 'hit staaoD It was wo- j
TiUfA b- fn tb ly sd4 '.'ootrar'or j
V.i'tstsm tbt s!l work wbl'b tad be-n ton
Ira'ifd f'r wojld be toapif! Ufor If
imUr of tbls year, brsidts tbe iavlLg
.u wtl'h ' '.D' ra'.'.or Vickhaia Is tow era-j
yUifi tt.fr' rt sevfn s'r' jt iortloD
if Tts anl stues to be pvc UBflrr lb
oDira'.-s of WA si.4 Wj. la addition to
tbes It tb retectif tontrctJ for psrliig
on Kbtt Plr'e etreot bftwen Oak s'rt
atid N'.r'h itcuur, wbi' b under tt tfrrr,i
vt tt 'ADtra't bas to ts tXDjiie'-4 tb!s
'.'oLira-fr Wl'kba.u Is now working on
th ialcg cf Bo'j'b rlx'b 'ret from
Kiirttb svecue to Eixucotb senue. Tb
roDtra't for ttls lmirct-ujM U dated Oc-
loiter 1 j, vrri. sni waa awsr'ifi i't k.. i
Wi.kbam. In.luded la tbe turn com ra--t U
tb paving on Mn'h srtnue, and It Is said j
that non will b this year. a on corx.pltlr.g .
the Kl jtth ctreet paring Contractor Wltk
larn will beg'n wok on Pierce street.
Under tbe contract whh B. P. Wlckbsm,
daid July Tt, WA, Nlu'n aerm between
Main ar.4 Third streets snd Tenth avenue
between Mala and Fourth I rev is remain
yet to be par4. Tbe contract calls for
el'b'-r Jjes Moines or fjaletburg brick for
top course aud Council BluCs brkk for
71io contrsct of E. A. Wlckbsm, dated
August 23, I'soO, covers the paving of Har
rison street from Washington avenue to
Benton tireet extension snd Mynster street
from Bcott street to North Klghth street.
Both these streets were to be paved with
CounMl Bluffs brick, top and bottom
courses. I'p to data no work has been dons
on either of th.a streets. The ssme cen
tra 't Included tbe paving with Calesburg
brli k for top course and Council Bluff
brick for lowtr twirm of Grshsm avenue
from Madison avenue to Falrmount park
and Iler'e street from First street to Bluff
street, t'p to date no work bss been dons
on thess streets. Tb attention of the city
CHini-i; n called Monday night by Park
Commissioner Or ham to the neglect of
Contrsctor Wlckbsm In not paving Orshsrn
avenue and tbe aldermen will lrrk Into tbe
TROUBLES IN DISTRICT COURT
Wllllaaa K. Host Kile (lain (or Him
llasnage Aaralast tka Malar
William E. Hoyt, tbe motorman wbo wss
seriously Injured Heptember 24, 1900, Id
collision between switch engine and the
csr on which he was working at Fifth ave
nue and Fourteenth street, bss Do
brought ault against the motor company,
Ihe petition being filed In tbe district
court yesterdsy afternoon. Hoyt asks $40,
000 damages from lbs motor company.
Hubsequeut to the accident and while
ha waa still In the employ of the motor
company Hoyt brought suit In tbe district
court agalnat the Omaha Bridge and Term
inal Railway company, the Illinois Centre!
railway and Victor E. hahbe, city ticket
and passenger agent of tbo latter company.
The suit wss, on motion of the defendsnt
companies, transferred "to the federal
court. loiter Hoyt dismissed tbe suit and
brought another and similar action In thu
district court of Monona county, which Is
The petition In tbe suit filed yesterday
against th motor company Is unususlly
brief and simply alleges that tbe motor
company, th Illinois Central and tho
Omaha Bridge arid Terminal company were
reipmislble for the accident, It being due
to t lil r carelessness. Hoyt, whoss face
waa badly rut by the broken glass of his
cah, arts forth that he la likely to lose the
sight of one aye and that the eight of the
other Is seriously Impaired and further
that portions of hi face are paralysed.
With Ihe aid of the speclsl venire or
dered by Judge Macy a jury wa Impaneled
yesterday morning In the personal Injury
damugu suit of Mrs. Eleanor Illce against
th illy of Council Bluffs and tbe taking
of evident o begun.
William Farrell of I'nderwood filed In
the district rourt yesterdsy amendments
to the petitions In bis two suits against
the Chlcsgo, Rock Inland aV Pacific Rail
road company for the death of hla daugh
ter, Almedu. The iM'-y who was crossing
the track with stive.'. I other little girls,
b"i tiiui pinioned by tbe foot In a rattle
guard and while thus held was run over
und killed by a passenger train. In the
amendments the plaintiff alleges that the
rattle guards srs of fsulty construstlon
snd that It la almost Impossible for a child
to crnts ons without becoming pinioned
down. He further alleges that ths train
was running at fifty miles an hour, while
th ordinance of the town of I'nderwood
Hi a limit of speed for trslns when pass
ing through the corporsta limits at sight
miles an hour. It la also alleged by the
plaintiff that t It engineer and fireman
were In plain sight of ths child pinioned In
the cattle guard for a distance of one
mile ami that, although the victim's Utile
I'oiniiaulons slguslled to stop ths trsln, no
effort to do su was msd until too late.
J. J. Klein filed hla answer yrstsrdsy
to th suit brought against blm by Mrs.
Msinle. Roderick, In which she claims dam
ages for ths alleged ssle of liquor to ber
hiiiihtnd, Otto Kudcrlck, In the saloon of
the Kansas City houae on floutb Main
iirit th night of the killing of Clark
Moyer. fur which Roderick ba been In
dicted by ths grand jury. In Ms suswer
Klein dinlis ownlug or being Interested
In any way whatever In tbe aaluon and
that at no time did he own It or have any
lutereat whatsoever lu It.
I In Ihe suit of A. W. Wyman agalnit the
I Chicago Northwestern Hallway roinpuny
which had been stricken from tho docket
for wsnt of prosecution, the railroad com
pstiy yesterday flltd a motion for rein,
statement and trlul st tbls term of court
. In support of the motion Is sn affidavit of
I th cotnpany'a attorney to the effect that
Ihe rass had not been noted ft-; trial as a
seltli uieiit bad been pending, but which
hss nut yet been consummated.
Pavla sells glaat
karaerl svlib Tapping Till.
To atrangtr. lvlng the names of
Janus Hunt aud J. ti. Imherty, wrrs ar
retted ytrday afternoon charged wlili
tapping th till at L. P. fc.rvla' Iced store,
Wt P.r'Jai,'. A :1:t4 nati. sail
beB Ituvll'S'fJ 10 tt f. bberf.
f cD a ar to Orr.ita ALcjt IK'
rn fr'.'is tf TJi. b;t '.ti raoey
cvt fojEl cn lbs cifS ar'r-r'r4 an?. It
Is j:j'"'1 '.Lit 't l.irl n.n abo got
aay 'ifr i lie 'tt al'k L.m
Tt arrftt tf H-.tit so! I-'tfr'T a it 4u
to tLe pi-ri'eD-r v i'b abl'b V.rt Atrna
! fctci.fr. a iJaugb'er '.t Mrt.t ffcll'.afJ th
j robUrr V.rt r.cr tl In if lirlt45
! rwi t tt rfr tf tt itor ab'S h
I bar4 th men mter tb tior. Tt tin
I It In a tbort t'.ut'.er In ib f'oc. .art oT
! tt rm ao4 it ik a. cm tut s f
! s'oo4 to up It ssd run from tfc buiH-
Ilig Mrs. Bans' r folio 4 sbd tbe mn
ft'ars'f, tne botMin s fr Jor Omabs.
' b:le th o'.ter two roD'.iou4 west
I Broalasy. Nsr tb Norttwestern depot
Mrs fcstnff met OSrWr Kirk so4 pilDU4
out tt Kn to bm. Tt tvfS'.er surcedfl
Id arres'lcg H'Jtt. but 1obertr Jjrtr.!
aVaJ-4 s car. !rt. BDtir. wbo was tlos
behind rrohrTty, tn' tdd In S'.trsftlEf tb
sttectloB cf Condurtor Van Horti and be
siopp tb ear. A'tomptDl4 by Henry
Pererton. former t;.c!al poH'eman, Mrt
UarjDer boarJtd tb rr, pointed '.be man
out f I'troa, who plad blm und-r
I arrmt and then turced bim crer to OC'r
Mft. Banner potltlvf-lr idmtlOd j
o prisoner an the men wbo fcal !
robbed tb tin. Fb was alao able to r'r I
tbe poll'. good description of tbe third
msn, wbo got sway.
Plumbing and beatisg. fttf'nr ton.
restk of A. M. Brlsg.
Alpbe-js M. Briggs dld rstrdsy after
noon st tbe borne of bis daucbtfr, Mrs
i Oorg Rleder, on Msdlton srenue, from
I rsnrer, aged ti years. Mr. Brlggs wss
! born In Vermont September 1, 133. H
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W(j!,f ,n ,hf.r( m4(. homf wl
..4 fae rmoyM t0 0r,n4 ,an1
v.h ... , r.rll ,-. my,
tbre months sgo with the fsm'ly of Mrs.
Kleder, with whom h had msd h s home
since roing to Orand Island. Three son.
B. J Brlggs of Idsbo Fsllt. Idaho. Henry
C. Brlggs of Victor, Mont , and Clifford C
BrlgM jt Winn Bprlngs, Mont , and two
dsurbters, Mrs. Qorye Kleder snd Mrs. F.
M. Coropton of this city, survive him. He
slso leaves tbr brothers, Henry C.
Brlggs of Kslamaeoo. Mich.. Alvnh Brlggi
of Bishop, Csl , and A. J. Brlggs cf Kdmor.
N. V Plumbing Co.. telephone KU
alter et lalo Troatile.
H. M. Knorr, a shoemaker, appropriated
Monday night the money which hit wife
had aaved and with which the planned tt
go to Ann Arbor, Mlcb., to take treatment
In a hospltsl, snd with It went on a SDree
that ended In his srrest on charges of Intox- I
list Ion and assaulting his wife. With part
or the money he had purchased Mrs.
Knorr's ticket from Ch'csgo to Ann Arbor
snd tbls wss turned over to her. Before
Justice Brysnt yeaterdsy Knorr plesded
guilty to ths chsrge of Intoxtrstlon and
was fined $5 snd costs, which he paid. Tbe
charge of atssultlng his wife wss continued
Indefinitely, owing to Mrs. Knorr leaving for
Chicago yesterday morning. When the offi
cers went to arrest Knorr he put up a
I vicious fight and drew a knife on Conitabl.
Albert 1. He waa only aubdued and hand
cuffed after a prolonged struggle.
Dnvls sells paints.
riawM Bradley at Co. Contlaae.
There wag filed" In the office of the county
rf.or4tr yesterday the certified copy of
the action of the stockholders of David
Bradley A Co.. at meeting held Septem
ber 1, at which It was voted to extend
tha corporate life of the company for a
period of ten year from October 1, 1902,
tbe life of tbe company terminating at
that date. J. H. Bradley, representing
1,080 shares, and E. If. Merrlam, repre
senting 910 ahares, voted for tbe extension.
W. W. IxKimlt, representing 660 thares,
oted agalnat It. A ahort time ago It was
announced that Mr. Loomls Intended sever
ing bis connection with the compsny.
Charged with Heating- a Woman.
Dan O'Connell, wanted for an alleged as
ssult on Miss Msggle O'Keefe, wss ar
rested at tbe Rock Islsnd depot last night
by Officers Callaghan and Hares aa he was
about to board a train for D Moines.
The assault Is alleged to have been com
mitted two weeks ago, since when the
officers have been looking for O'Connell.
It Is said that O'Connell wanted to go
with Miss O'Keefe's sister, but that she
would have nothing to do with blm. Meet
ing Mini O'Keefe one evening two weeks
sgo O'Connell Is ssld to bave mistaken her
for her sinter and to bave knocked ber
down and beaten ber.
Improvement In Ho ton Store.
Mers. Whltelaw A Onrdlner. oronrletors
of th Boston store, are niHklnir some de
rided Improvement on the Interior of their
store rooms, tine of the most Imnortimt
la the I.animm package carrier system, with
nrieen stations, ronceiieil to be one of the
IniiMt moriurn av.tt.ma tneit. Thla v.tm
I ucd by many of the metropolitan store
of the larger rltlea. A new office and
bunilie wramilna- deoartmenl la alao helna-
Inatulled ami when completed the Boston
store will rank with the other lura-e stores
of the west In point of excellent ecrvice for
waning upon na extensive traae.
Broadway ( bureh OmVere.
The Iirosdwsy Methodist church hns
elected these officers: Tressurer, Klmer E.
Hnilih; secretary, Char let Jl. Parka; board
of atewards, J. II. Arthur, i. 1. HulM,
('. Baker, U. I. HIrchard. George M.
iould, Oeorge McMiihon, F. II Orcutt,
O. II. l'nrkM, II w. Frohardt. Klmer K.
Hmlih, W. II. Tarklnglon J. W. Taylor.
J. 11. Khaver: board of trustees. Clmrlea
M. Karl. F. C Lougee, W. 8. Miiyno, 1-wlt
tiicutl, C. l. Huunitere. Jucob Hlnm.
O. I. Wheeler. W. J. Hhadle.
Franklin Takes New Chanae.
Rev. 1 C. Frsnklln. I. I)., retiring l.re-
sliJIng eider of the Council Bluff district
of the MethoiHxt church, will leave with
his rniuiiy Unlay rr lies Mulnm, where
he will assume the pastornte of the Nur'b
lies similes church, to which lie whs mii-
polnteil at Ihe recent conference lu Jeffer
son Dr. Franklin hits been pre.ldlng elder
of the Council Bluff illnlrlct fur six ycurn
and prior to I hut waa luielor fur two year
of thu llroudway Metlnntlat church.
Ilarstow Uiira lo le Molnr.
lr J. M. Baratow. member of the local
bourd of coininl.Mloner for Ihe Inanne,
went to Te Mulnea yesterday to ulti'iid
the quarterly meeting of the Htale Hounl
of Control with the uperlutenieni of the
varloii slate Institution linch r Ihe liinril't
jurisdiction. I r. liar.tow will proem lie
fore the meeting a puiicr (IcmHiim: with th
euhject of the rcalrulnt of the tn.ine uni
the iior.llnii of Justice lo p. I n I , tux-
pit) el ami Ihe medical profession.
CHr Cuunril Merlin-.
Th rllv council will meet thl morning
Among the multei to ccuiif iii will he the
tio.lhg nf Ihe coiilriii't with JiMiei'ii A N'or
gnunl for luting I ho aewer on inn portion
of I al I'lrrce .Irntt ordered pnved. The
aldermen will aio, st the Invitation of
Park t ominl.alonrr tlriiham. InvrsllaalK
the condition of tjrnhuin avenue, which
waa ordrred paved Inn years ago.
License to wed were tamed ycsteritny
to Ihe following
Name and Iti ahlence Af
1 V. Van Jiocrn. Mlnouk H .ri
.-seme i.oniiea, Minima, III
jonii iieiiwim nei, rdf-rion, Minn u
Mary llll.n, Cumuli lllufla pi
I. A. t'lurke. Couiiril liluff. . '.'I
All. a M ll..rlw. ll, I'ouinll lllnff. . IK
Arthur fllkln, l.nilsrwood, la 13
Anna Wilis, i'sisia, la 2o
SHAW TO CAMPAIGN IN IOWA
Iptidi ti Last Wttk Bsfcrs Ectis ia
tz.t Eu-.s, E-sakiir T7-
PPOSrtCTS E5 GHT CLOSE DISTRICT
lleaaa af State f rstltsttlca Hs a
taafrrenee lta Ik Me a. We r a
r Ike Stats Boars! af
'Frm a Btaff Correrror.dent.)
LES MOINES. B pt. (Eperial ) Ac
bouD(.DKEt Is mad tbst Becretsrr Leslie
M. Ebsw bat srrd to spend tbe lsst wek
of tbe present poli'.lral csmpaicn tpesklEg
is loss. H It to give to lows all of the
week eottmeniitg October t'. and will
pak twl'.e ai.h day If tb datet ran be
t ocTer.lfDtly arrstred. EecrKtry Ehsw will.
In addition to thit, spesk In Lm-s Moinrs
tbe Light before election, closing tbe csm
psign in centrtl Iowa. H it rrgr4l at
on of the beet speakers and bis closeness
tb president will giro added force lo
kls aHreeseS 'bis year. Tbe republican
'e committee I also scurlcg a number
of speakers from New Tork and New Eng
land snd they will devote seme time to
tbe campaign In this state. Reports from
tb clot districts of the stat received at
republican beadquartera this week sre de
cidedly encouragtcg and Indicate that tbe
republicans sre becoming decidedly active.
i The reputllcan e'tte eomrr.ittee bat Just
ordered printed 20, 000 pamphlets contsin-
Ir.g the speech of Judge Walter I. Pmith
of Council B!u!Ts as temporsry cbalrmsn
of th republican stste convention, and
tbes will be distributed throughout the
state for campaign' literature. The address
cf Congrstmsn Smith is regarded by the
committee as one of the clearest state
ments of tbe position of the republican
party yet made la this stste. Tbe stste
committee, hss slso had printed a lsrge
number of slips containing the utterance
of Secretary Edwards of the democratic
nations! rongretMont! committee, to the
effect that the Kansas City platform is still
the platform of the party on which all can
didate for congTfja roust make the race
this year regardless of whst states may do.
These will be mad use of llberslly by the
state- committees, ss the democratic can
didates for congrets In Iowa are relying
largely on the return to tbe party of the
sound money democrsts.
Prohibition a I esiil Parly.
Malcom f-mlth, state chairman of the
prohibition party, recently wrote a letter
to the secretary of state, asking In regard
to tn status of the prohibition psrty aa
psrty and whether or not the csn
dlda'ct could go on district and county
tickets by certificate becsuse of the 2 per
cent vote In tbe stst9 as a whole. The
request wss answered by Deputy Secretary
Dan Illtei as follows:
"I will ssy In reply that the prohibition
party of lowa.catt 2 per cent at tbe last
election and Is therefore entitled to nomi
nation by convention. The question ss to
tbe rights for holding conventions In dis
tricts or municipalities I think Is fully
decided by provtaleoe of section 1098 of the
code. It Is my opinion that counties and
districts within tbe state bave tbe right
to nominate by conventions tbe same as In
state convention,: as clearly stated In said
section 10S8." . , ..
This Is regarded s a very Important
matter. In 'romefof tbe counties It Is being
held tbst the party must cast 2 per rent
or more of the tote In tbe county before
It becomes a legsj party. But the decision
rendered ss above Is that tbe legalisation
of the party In the state as a whole ren
ders it legal In every part.
The quarterly conference of the heads
of state Institutions with the Board of
Control Is being held today and will con
clude tomorrow. Superintendent Rothert.
owing to the Are at the School for the Deaf,
THE ROOT OF THE MATTER.
lie Cared Illmsrlf of Merlons Htomaeh
Trouble by Celling; Down lo
A man of large affairs In one of our prom
inent eastern cities by too close attention
to business, too little exercise and too many
club dinners finally began to pay nature's
tax, levied in the form of chronic stomach
trouble; the failure of bis digestion brought
about a nervous Irritability, making It Im
possible to apply himself to his dally busi
ness and finally deranging tbe kldneya and
In his own words be eays: "I consulted
one physician after another and each ons
seemed to understand my case, but all the
same they each failed to bring about tbe
return of my former dlgeation, appetite and
vigor. For two years I went from pillar to
post, from ono sanitarium to anothsr. I
gave up smoking, I quit coffee and even re
nounccd my daily glaas or two of beer, but
without any marked Improvement.
Friends had often advised me to try a
well known proprietary medicine, Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets, and I had often perused
the newspaper advertisements of tbe remedy
but never took any stock In advertised
medicines nor could believe that a fifty-cent
patent medicine would touch my case.
To make a long story short i nnsny
bought a couple of packages at the nearest
drug store and took two or three tablets
after each meal and occasionally a tablet be
tween meals, when I felt any feeling of
nausea or discomfort.
"I was surprised at the end of the nrst
week to note a marked improvement in my
appetite and general health and before the
two packages were gone I was certain inai
Btuart s Dyspepsia Tablets were going to
cure completely, and they did not disappoint
me. I cau cat aud sleep and enioy my
coffee and cigar and no one would suppoie
1 had ever known the horrors of dyspepsia.
Out of friendly curiosity I wrote to tne
proprietors or tno rcineuy iu
formation aa to what the tablets contslned
and they replied that the principal Ingredi
ents were asceptle pepsin (government test).
mult dlnatats and other natural digestives,
which digest food regardless of tho con
dition of the stomach."
Th-t root of ths maiter Is this: The di
gestive rli-im-nts contained In Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tsblets will digest the food, give
the overworked stomach a chance to re
luperate and the nerves and whole ayttem
receive the nourishment which can oniy
come from food; sumuianis snu uni"
toulcs never give real strength, they give
n fictitious etrength. Invariably followed
by rcsctlon. Kvery drop of blood, every
nerve and tissue is manufactured from
our dally food and If you can Insure lis
prompt actlun aud complete digestion by
the regulsr ute of so good snd.wnoie
some a remedy as Blusrt's Dyspepsia Tab
lets, you will have no need of nrve tonlos
AhhmiKh Stuart Dytpeptla Tsblets
have been In tha msrket only a few years.
yet probshly every driiKgltl In tbs United,
bistrs. Csiidda and dr.at Hrltaln now sells
them snd considers them tbe most popu
Isr and successful cf any preparation for
1st bees unstl to r refer bis paper ca th
tfe. t cf crap'j'iTf edB'stlPs tn fbonl
si'endts-e in lews Prof. &rc u 1 Ct: a
of Inwa City, eta's geolig it. rad aa x
Laur'iTe pr cn ' Artsiss and ArteiiB
Cccditione." from a purely srientifc f.sni
point. There at a good ettecitr.ee st tb
cpsferente. t vperlnttn lent Vcldcog of '.it
botpl'sl st CteToke kt here for tbe first
tice SiB'.e tbe dpea.cg cf tbe new fe
pital ax d ts rjoni tbst :t macy .'t
th botp.tal Is prcfretflcg ss'.if'sctori.y
scd tbe cpBict wss an tl'.ire succras.
Much building work Is ret lo be done st
Cfcerekee before It ia Enisbed.
Prospect at a lgal Hanging.
Warden Hunter cf tbe stste penitentiary
tt Anamoea. ko It a'teadlcg tb coofer-
er.ee, reports tbst Brooks act Philip', tb
two men LnJer sentence cf death for bavicg
killed a town iDSibtl at Albert City after
ttT:Lg etgsged In back robblrg. are hoping
tbey will secure a new trial on bearing
before tbe supreme court; otberwiee tby
will be bkbgd at the penitentiary on De
cember 12 ext. Harry Hortman ef Chtro
kee, wbo is under sentence of death for
bsvlag killed a girl. Is la the b'-er ; i'.l
fron lung trouble, and may cot ll u be
Tbe argument of tbe state In tbe case
agalcet A. M. Hunter, convicted of murder
In the aecond degree In P.lctxold county,
was fid with tbe clerk cf tbe supreme
court tedsy, thus completltg the record in
tbe cat. It is Dew ready for submission.
It Is expected that oral arguments wt;i be
made tn the case. The point contended
for are mainly technical, the rcctt of tb
argument being directed to tte question of
whether or not tbe defense bad a rlgbt to
more challenge in empaneling tbe jury.
..era We.t.er ... Crop.. j
The following Is tbe weekly rummery cf j
eron and weather conditions In lows: I
The dally mean teiriT'erstur of the week
wss I to I dearer below normal, w.th llxbi
frosts In mr,y locallti. The ralr.!ai! wtt
genersily light, except In s-me of the north
ii rti rrninfleii The conditions were fa
vorable for cutting corn, threshing s'id
other farm work. There are numerous
report of darner to late cr.ni from crrti
of frost in all dletrlrts. but the mot serlcit
Injury eppesr to have been wrought In the
north cer.tml and portion rf the central
districts. The full extent of I" In qjall-y
of the crop may r.ot be ascertained until
th corn Is gsthred.
It Is certain that there will be sn un
ueually lsrge amount r.f soft and unmsrkct
able stuff to be disposed of by fedlr.g
early as pracilcsbie. The potato harvest
Is In progreis. and th yield promt" to be
fslrlv g'K-d for the stat at lsrre. Th
harvest of appl reveai a larger output
than was expected.
More than half the cats crop has been
lost or rendered practically worthless by
exceF.lve rains. Fprlng wheat and barley
suffered much detriment from the rame
caure. Early planting, tlmeiv cult! vatlr.g,
pushing the harvesting and careful stack
ing appear to have ben most auccestful In
this season of adverse conditions.
Death frana Injuries.
W. C. Walden of Boone, who was etruek
on the head by a falling brick last week,
as be wss walking along tbe streets of
Dts Moines, nesr where workmen were
csreleaaly at work on a new oulldlng. died
this morning at the Methodist hospital.
Harry Clark, the boy who was shot by
Mrs. Maud Smith at the etate fair grounds,
is not getting along very well and fesrs
are now entertained that be will die as the
result rf the wound. Inflicted. He was
taken from the hcspltal to his home, but Ii
in a very precaurlous condition.
The Devore-Hoover Cow Milker company
of tbls city has been Incorporated with $1!. -
000 capital. The capita! of the K. P.
Lumber company of Cincinnati has been In
creased to ISO.OOO.
LITTLEFIELD 0NTHE TRUSTS
Maine Congrea.nian Points Oat Where
Democratic Remedy Wtt!4
BCRANTON. Ia.. Sept. 2S. (Special Tele
gram.) Congressmsn LittleSeld of Mslne,
candidate for speaker. Is tbe guest cf Hon.
P. Conner of Denlson this week and con
sented to fill Judge Conner's appointment at
this place tonight. Mr. Llttlefleld confined
bis speech to a discussion of the trusts and
the tariff. He ssld be was in favor of tariff
revision when It was found that American
products were sold cheaper abroad than In
tbls country and that he did not regsrd
tariff schedules as sacred, but thst the
policy of killing trusts by tariff reductions
would result disastrously, where compe
tition It sufficiently strong to prevpnt
trusts from controlling prices, tariff reduc
tion la unnecessary. Where outside compe
tition la weak, the Drat effect of tariff re
duction would be to kill everything but the
trust. If persisted In the trust might also
be driven out of business and thus an Amer
ican Industry would be killed and the pro
duction banded over, very probably, to a
foreign trutt, over which the United States
would bare absolutely no control. He
favored such constitutional amendment as
would give congress greater control cf
trusts, but aald this was Impossible ao long
as democracy held to the doctrine of states
rights and controlled one-third of either
FARMER MANGLED BY CARS
Ia Ike Blackness of Mht Drlres
with Team on Illinois Cea
Iral Right of Way.
FORT DODGE. Ia., Sept. 23 (Special
Telegram.) Bewildered by the inky black
ness of night Jerry nagley, a wealthy
farmer living at Duncombe, turned bis team
onto the Illinois Central right of way Mon
Ills body was found tbls morning, lying
beside tbo track, with tha skull crushed.
One mile further on were tbe bodies of the
torses, terribly mangled, and tbe remains
of tbe buggy.
It I .supposed Dagley got out of tbe buggy
and l..at bis team want on and left him.
Dagley leaves a wife and six small children,
wbo srs well provided for.
TWO KILLED AND ONE HURT
Fate of Tbre Tramps In Freight
Wreck on Northwestern Near
CEDAR RAPIDS. Ia., Sept. 23 Howard
Ray and Robert Rodman were killed and
H. Mnran was aerlously Injured In a
freight wreck on the Northwestern road,
eight miles esst of this city, lsst night.
The men lived at Lyons. They were beat
ing tbelr wty.
Plenty of Work for Grand Jnry.
AVOCA, la.. Sept. 23 (Special Telegram.)
District court opened here today with
Judge Thornell on the bench. The grand
Jury was Impanelled and began Its labors
this afternoon. Its work will probably con
sume tbe greater part of the week, as
there are several esses. Including two mur
der rssea, awaiting Its action. The trial
Jury will be Impanelled tomorrow.
farsrsle Wltkdrawt 0er.
WATERLOO, la., Sept. 23 (Special.)
Andrew Carnegla has withdrawn bis offer
to give ths city o. Waterloo a $30,000
library building. Tbe reason Is because
tbe two sides of the river could not agree
on a site, and Mr. Csrnegle would bave do
fighting over the project.
Fair Is Postponed.
MISSOURI VALLEY, Ia.. Sept. 23 (Spe
clal Telegram.) Owing to tbe cxueielve
rains which have fallen during tbs pait stv-
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eral days the Harrison county fair, which
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fast horses are already enttrsl tor tbe
races. October 7 will be entry day and no
races will be ran on that day.
African M. E. Appointments.
OSKALOOSA, la., Sept. 23. tSpeclal.)
Tbe twentieth annval sesion of tbe Iowa
conference, African Methodist Episcopal
church, which has been presided over by
Blebop Abraham Grant, and which has been
very sueccesful, came to a close last night.
The appointments for Iowa announced sre
aa follows: Presiding e.der, Rev. J. W.
Malone; Des Moines, H. S. Graves; Keokuk.
T. W. Lewis; Buxton. Tt. H. Williamson;
Burlington, William Williams; Ottumwa and
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ton and Colfax, W. H. Speese, Albla and
Hilton, J. H. Farrlbee; Chariton and Cleve
land, J. L. Wharton; Clarlnda and Bed
ford, L. J. Phillips; Sioux City, E. G. Jack
son; Yankton, L. A. Joplln; Boone and
Baylor, A. Ford.
SPEARS ON TARIFF REVISION
(Continued Irora First Page.)
tells for good generally. It may at times
leu lor evil uino.
For all nrai-tli-al riurnoses our frontier
Is many times nearer Europe on the one
hand and Asia on the other than It was
In the days of sailing ahtpe. Moreover, a
nation which begins lo play a great part
in the world must count the coki and be
willing to pay It unlets It is content to
accept humiliation. As a result or th
rtpanlnh war we took u world position
which had never hitherto been outs. We
now have before us a dextlny which must
be one of great failure or great surcees.
We cannot play a small part In the world,
no muiirr iiuw muni iiiik'ii .mn in.
We shall be obliged, willingly or unwlll-
nL. tn i.luv u li.ro. niipl- all Ih.i nm
can cfeternilne Is whether we 'will play that
large part wen or in.
I.nrgt Army Not Nereaanry.
Owtnir to our position we do not need a
large regular army. Two or three years
ago you remember how It was prophrxled
by certain, perhapa not altogether serious,
alarmists that It was the Intention of those
In nower continually to Increase the size
of our regular army until it ahould become
a menace to our people ut nome. now
comic tho propheay now seems. As a mat
ter or lact, at ine present lime auvaniugQ
has been taken of the Phillpiilno peace to
reduce the army to but little more than
two-thlrda of the niimln r alloweil ny law.
Our army Is small, but the Individual units
composing it we believe to re not inrerior
to the best of those of any foreign nation.
And It is our purpose, beginning with the
present year, to institute a senea or
n ini.nvf.ri which shall offer ome oppor
tunity for training our officers to handle
their men in masses.
Moat Look to Volunteers.
Normally, however. In any contest we
must expect that In the future, aa In the
past, the bulk of tne American army win
be composed of volunteers. It should be
our object In every way to encourage the
national guards or tne states ana to ouiia
them up to the highest point of efficiency;
to give them proper arms and teach them
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leave the brewery
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Li Li T ftiMC
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kpp:iuuoa g.e Msvurt rnitei.
a rT tfty" iAttj of
in Stage People?
AaxsUrf aod tpteBCldly colored OCTO-
how to use those arms, and how to taka
care cf themselves In field servltie.
But as regsrds tbe nsvy. there Is no
chance cf doing what can be done with the
army. Tb? average American la, we be
lieve. man of unuauaily rood material
out of which to make a soldier a. man who
already possesses the fighting edge and
needa oniy to have It developed, and who
readily learns how to march, how to shoot
and how to take care of himself In the
open. But ro man tn a ahort time can
learn such Tilghly specialised work as is
that abroad our great modern war ships.
One cf these ships cannot be built under
three years and the officers and enlisted
men aboard would be absolutely helples
to make use of the formidable engines of
destruction ready to their hands unless they
had enjoyed periods of training ranging in
accordance to the atatlon of tbe man from
a dosen months to twice aa many years.
No powerful fighting vessel and st!;. less
an effective fighting rre w can be Im
provised after the outbreak of a war.
importance of the Navy.
Therefore, any war In which we could
poesiciy be engaged and I earnestly hope
and believe that there Is not the slightest
chance of our being engaged In such a
war would probably be oetermlned by the
ravy. and what tbe nary could do would
depend entirely upon the condition In
which It was at the outbreak of the war.
The lighting units would be the war craft
already in existence and the crews which
had already oeen carefully trained. In
other worda, our success would depend pri
marily upon preparations made In time of
peace, upon the forethought ehown when
".here was no immediate enemy to fear.
If we are not prepared to back up words
by deeds it ts far better to omit the wort!.
I believe In the Monroe dictrtne with all
my heart. I believe In asserting It be
cause 1 believe the American people are
willing to back It up. But tt never can
be backed up by worda alone. If It became
the Interest of some great power to violate
It. most assuredly that great power would
do ao. If It was thought that we would
only bluster and threaten, or If It waa be
lieved our force wss too weak to ba
formidable In a fight.
Pride of the Nation.
A good navy la absolutely essential If we
Intend to treat the Monroe doctrine as we
should treat it that Is, ss the cardinal
feature of our foreign policy. The fleet
Is In a peculiar sense the property of the
nation as a whole. Kvery American,
whether Inland or r-n the sea eosst. If he
Is both far-sighted and patriotic, should
be peculiarly Jealous about the efficiency
of the navy. It would be the right arm of
the country in the event of foreign tronh!.-.
rilraster to It would send s thrill nf anguish
through the heart of every good rltlxen
and the triumphs won by It would In th
future, as they have In the pest, mikn
every American hold his head hlyhcr In
pride and Joy.
The navy must be built up and It must
be continually exercised and trained, so
that the officers and men may attain th.
highest degree of science In handling the
great war engines entrusted to tht-lr care.
Passes Examination Snereasfnlly.
SIOCX FALLS. S. D.. Sept. 23. (Special
The parents and friends in this city of
Herbert Emerson, who was recently nomi
nated by t'nlted States Senator Klttredge
of this city for a place In tbe United States
Naval academy at Annapolis, hive been
greatly pleased by the receipt of a tele
gram from Washington stating that tbe
young man had successfully pas ed bis ex
amination for admission to the academy.
He la a son of Mr. end Mrs. Frsnk Emerson,
old residents of Sioux Falls, snd Is a
grsduate of tbe Sioux Falls High school.
He was born in tbit city In August, US!,
and will be one of the youngest members
of tbe fourth c?aas at tie Naval academy.
Hla duties at tb academy will begin at
until properljr aged.
sww be i'.
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