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THE OMAHA DAILY l!KEi TUESDAY, OCTOUEIt 21, 1002.
CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA.
Iisvls sells drugs,
eiockcrt sells csrpets and rufi.
Mauthe, fine watch repairing. 221 B'way.
Kxpert watch repairing. Leffert, 40 B'way.
Mrs. Krneet K. Hart of Park avenue is
visiting In Chicago.
Hlg ,W-page school tablet, 4 cents, at A.
B. how'i, am Hroadway.
The Christy pictures for Bale. C. E. Alex
ander & Co , Hi Broadway.
The regular meeting of Hluff City Maaonlc
lodice will be held thin evening.
Mrs. T. H. Rketchlcy of Hettle. Wash.,
Is the guest of Mrs. T. M. Robblns.
Mrs. M. B. Kd wards of Evanston, 111., la
the guest of her aon, H. J. towards.
The regular monthly meeting of the Board
v( Kdjcatlon will bo held this evening.
Alderman E. II. lxugee returned yester
day from a business trip to Columbia, Mo.
The regular meeting of the Royal Neigh
bors of America will be held this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bouthard. 219 Bluff
street, left yesterday on a visit to Chicago.
Mrs. C. P. Rlnker will entertain the Hur
r.ton Street Kensington club this after
The Bsptlst ladles will open a rummage
sale Wednesday, October 22, at 741 West
Mrs K. B. Brantley and niece of Paris,
Ttx . are guests of C. C. Hamilton and fam
ily of 1S21! West Broadway.
Visit our ' art department and aee the
beautiful new designs In frames now In.
C. B. Paint, Oil Ulase Co.
Mrs. R. A. James Is home from a two
months' visit with relatives and friends at
Ursntsvllle and Bait Uake City, Vtah.
A. M. Bonham will leave this morning for
Pialrle City to attend the reunion oi nis
old regiment, the Kitty-nth Illinois volun
teers. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pawson are home
from a three weeka' trip to Washington,
L. C. New Tork City and other eastern
Dr. C. H. Hurts of Haileton, Pa., who
wee In the city to attend the Littleton
Frederick wedding, left for hie home yes
terday. Justice Carson officiated at the wedding
yesterday afternoon in nis omre oi .
Joung and Kate C. Bargar, both of Ash
Rev. Milford Rtggs. pastor of the First
Baptist church, left yesteraay inr reua in
attend tne lowa siaio convention ui um
Mayor Dell O. Morgan arrived home yes
tariiav from a two weeks'- trio to Oregon
where he is Interested in timber lands with
A snerJsl meetlnr of the Ladles' Aid so
ctetv of the Broadway Methodist church
will be held this afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. I.. A. Casper.
Dr. I. C. Brownlle of Denver, Colo., Is
the guest of City Editor George Carter of
the Nonparlel. They were classmates at
the Btate university, Iowa City.
Amended articles of Incorporation of the
Pottawattamie Investment company were
filed for record yesterday. Increasing the
capital stock from izb.uvo to aau.uxi.
J. F. Wilcox and T. S. Farnsworth left
last evening for Orand Rapids, Mich., to
purchase the furniture for Mr. Wiloox's
hsndsome new residence, which la nearing
A Harmon renorted to the police yee
. tardav the theft of a chest of carpenter's
tools from the Whltelaw residence on
Fourth avenue and Ninth street, some time
uuruig ouiiuajr. .
Harry E. McClellan snMls Ida Paul
son were married lam evening at me rem
aence pi nr. ami mrs. i. r . hhbucii.
1 Avenue E, Elder D R- Chambera of
the Latter Day Baints cnurcn omciaung.
William Ferlev. who created a disturb'
ance In a Broadway saloon and put up such
a fight that It took the united efforts of
four policemen to get him, to jail, was fined
130 or twenty days in Jail yesterday morn
ing by Police Judge Bcott.
R. W. Keene and Miss Marie Katherine
Nutaon were married Sunday morning at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Nutson. USD Mcrnerson avenue.
Hev. Harvey Hostetler or tne second ires,
byterlan church officiating.
Mrs. Henrietta Bell, wife of John Bell,
formerly of Harrison county, now a resi
dent of this city, was ordered discharged
from Bt. Bernard's hospital yesterday by
the commissioners for the Insane, who
committed ber there last July,
The dance which was to have been given
this evening In Royal Arcanum hall for the
benefit of St. Paul's Episcopal church, of
which Mrs. Don Macrae, - Jr., was on of
the hostesses, haa been indefinitely post
poned owing to the death of Mrs. Macrae's
The receipts In the general fund at the
Christian Home last week were 1117.45. be
ing 182.66 below the needs of the week and
Increasing the deficiency In this fund to
data to 1874.42. In the manager's fund the
receipts were $10.75, being Jia.25 below the
. needs of the week and Increasing the de
flclncy to 1219.98 to data In this fund.
County Treasurer Arnd turned over to
City Treasurer True yesterday $46,049.31,
being the municipality's proportion of the
tax collection for the month of September.
This amount was made up of $44,229.03 regu
lar taxes and $1,820.28 special assessments.
The county treasurer also forwarded to
the state treasurer $12,026.44, the proportion
of the general state levy collected during
Although the police have eo far obtained
no clue to the burglars who tapped the
safe at the Evans laundry Saturday night,
they are satisfied the work was that of
local men and not expert cracksmen. It
was discovered yesterday that they also
broke open the safe at Schulae at Hill's
hop, where they secured the sledgeham
mer. The booty obtained waa only 26 cents
worth. of postage stamps.
Congressman Smith will speak Thursday
at Logan, Harrison county, and Saturday
at Silver City, Mills county. For next week
his dates are as follows: Monday. Extra,
Audubon oounty; Tuesday, Atlantic, Cass
county; Wednesday, Tale, Guthrie county;
Thurnday. Mount Ayr. Ringgold county;
Friday, Fontanelle, Adair county; Saturday,
afternoon, Red Oak, Montgomery county,
Saturday, evening. Stanton, Motgomery
Willie Baker and Willie Bulllvan. the two
small boy charged with the wholesale
robbetjr of grapes from Council Bluffs vine
yards about two months ago, pleaded guilty
before Justice Bryant yesterday. The court
decided to hold them to the district court,
but not to Iseu the mittimus unless called
for ay the eounty attorney. If held to the
distrlot oourt the youngster could be sent
to the reform school and the action of
Justice Bryant Is practically a suspension
of sentence pending good behavior.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby A Bon.
New Jnry la Superior Coart.
Oa convening th October term of the su
perior court yesterday Judge Scott held that
th trial Jury bad been Improperly drawn
nd that consequently if the Jury was chal
lenged It could not serve. He therefore or
dered that th members of the panel be
notified not to appear aad that a new Jury
be draw to serve during the term in th
' event of any case being listed for trial.
This Jury was aocordlngtly drawn: J. R.
Macrae, T. T. Snow. J. H. Strock, Thomas
Rlshton, Lewi Hammer, 8. M. Williamson,
Frank C. Rohrer, H. C Cory. J. 8. Landls,
J. M. Mayna, L. D. Loper, Council Bluffs;
Marti a Jensen, Lewis; Charles Crane, Cres
cent; W. J. KMT. William Sheen, Garner.
M Peart St, Ceuaeil Bluffs. 'Phone 17.
ORATORY IN THE COUNCIL
Property Owners Protest on Moving Frame
Building Into Fire Limits.
LEONARD EVERETT SAYS IT IS SPITE WORK
Keellee Heir Pretest on Paving East
Pierce Street and Serve Notice
They Will Jfet Pay for
The permission granted by the city coun
cil to Leonard Everett to move a two-story
frame building onto Twelfth street near
Broadway after the fire limits had been ex
tended by ordinance to Include this portion
of the city, hag aroused a strong protest
from owners of property in that locality and
tboy made themselves beard at the meeting
of the city council last night. The protest
ing property owners were willing, however,
that Mr. Everett be permitted to move the
building, which he propose converting Into
a hotel, provided be would agree to veneer
it with brick. Mr. Everett protested
strongly against such requirement being
placed upon him, and In an Impassioned
speech accused member of the city coun
cil of venting their, personal spite against
him In this matter. He called attention to
the fact that another citizen bad been per
mltted to move a tram building within the
fire limits without any question, but when
it came to the matter of his moving such
a building "hit personal enemies in the
council worked off their private grudges
against him" by extending the Are limit
for the sole purpose of placing a stumbling
block in his way. A motion requiring Mr,
Everett to veneer the buldlng with brick
within thirty day after, its removal to
Twelfth street, as demanded by the adjoin
ing property owner, prevailed, but this ac.
tlon was later rescinded as the aldermen
failed to see how they could enforce It
after having previously given Mr. Everett
permission to move the building there with
out any condition attached.
Protest om Paving.
Mrs. Sophie Keeline and heirs of George
Keellne filed a formal protest against the
paving, curbing, grading and sewering of
Eeaet Pierce street in front of their prop
erty and notifying the council that they
would refuse to pay the assessment for
such improvement. In their protest they
allege that the thoroughfare is a etate road
and was never dedicated or accepted as a
street and that their holdings are held for
agricultural purposes only and not subject
to municipal taxation and that same had
been so decided by the district court.
The ordinance providing for the change
of grade on Voorhls atreet was passed after
numerously signed petitions for and protest
against had been read and filed.
A committee consisting of Mrs. F. M.
Wood, Mr. H. Erickson and Mrs. C. C.
Copeland asked the city to donate one of it
lot in Ferry addition for the building of
a union mission and Sunday school to be
used for no other purpose. Action was de
ferred on the request.
A petition for the opening of Fourth and
Fifth avenues from Twenty-seventh to
Thlrty-nfth street, and of Twenty-second
and Thirty-fourth streets between Third
and Fifth avenues, was referred to the com
mittee of the whole.
The contract for supplying the city build
ing police station and fir house with coal
waa awarded to the Carbon Coal company
on It bid of Centervllle lump at $3.98 per
ton. This company now has the contract
for the city, county, school and federal
Th request of Dr. H. I. Woodbury that
the paving assessment against his lot at the
I corner of Seventh street and First avenue
be reduced, led to a lengthy discussion and
om exceedingly pointed remark from Al
derman Casper, who opposed making any
deduction. The matter was finally laid over
to the next regular meeting.
Th Mason City ss Fort Dodge Railroad
company wa granted permission to con
tract a temporary bridge over Indian creek
immediately south of Ninth avenue, and
maintain same to July 1, 1901.
A resolution calling for the laying of sev
eral mile of new brick sidewalk wa In
troduced, but Alderman Casper opposed ac
tion oa it on the grounds that it wa too
lata to do any work this year and that con
tract for much of th kind of work were
till uncompleted. After much discussion
th consideration of the resolution wa de
ferred until the regular meeting In De
cember. Devi sells paint.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Reld. Ml Broadway.
JUDGE CRITICISES THE JURY
Think Verdict la Case of Otte Rod
erick Shonld Have Been lev
Judge Macy of the district court. In pass
ing sentence yesterday afternoon on Otto
Roderick, charged with killing Clark Moyer,
th railway mall clerk and against whom
th Jury returned a verdict of simple as
sault, took occasion to criticise the finding
ot th Jury and th action of th county at
torney in permitting th defendant to make
a sworn statement before th coroner' Jury.
In sentencing Roderick to thirty days' im
prisonment In th county Jail, the limit
under th verdtot of th Jury, Judge Macy
aid that th Jury had don more for Rod
erick than he could and that th Jury should
have at least returned a verdict of assault
with Intent to lufllct great bodily injury.
Judg Macy said that he did not believe
that Roderick when fa struck Moyer in
tended to commit, manslaughter, but from
the-vvldenc he did not believe Roderick'
statement that Moyer had struck at blm
twice before Roderick dealt th blow which
resulted in th unfortunate man's death.
Judge Macy alio took th opportunity to
criticise th actlonof th county attorney
In securing a sworn statement from the de
fendant at the coroner's Inquest. This, he
aid, should not have been don.
In committing Roderick to thirty days'
imprisonment In th county Jail Judg Macy
mad th remark that he would not permit
th defendant to pay $100, the.otber alterna
tive, for killing a man.
W. H. Rlppon, who bad pleaded guilty
to stealing a gold watch, chain and charm
from th toilet room of a Broadway saloon,
waa sentenced to nine months' imprison
ment In th penitentiary at Fort Madison.
Th case against Attorney Henry G. Wer
nlmont, charged with cmbeislement, was
dismissed. When the case wa called the
prosecuting witness. Mag Wolfsong, who
lac th Indictment was returned, has re
moved to Nebraska, failed to appear, al
though a subpoena was served on him last
A Jury was Impanelled yesterday after
noon to try th contest In th matter of
th will of th late Christopher Omeg. A
motion oa behalf of the defense te continue
the case until th next term waa overruled.
William U. BeU, whoa Utile daugbtsr.
Florence, was injured by catching hold of a
live electric wire at the corner of First
and Pierce streets on August 22 last has
brought a second suit against the motor
company. In the suit filed yesterdsy he
asks for $1,990 damages to recoup blm for
the expenses that he has been and will be
put to by the accident. In the former suit.
In which he appeared as "the next bent
friend" of his little dsughter, he sued for
C. Engle filed suit for divorce In the dis
trict court yesterday from Christiana Engle
to whom he was married in Mlnden, this
county, January 17, 1OT8. He alleges that
the cruel and Inhuman treatment he has
been subjected to by his wife causes blm to
apply for the legal severance of the matri
Mrs. Augusta Weir, who married Hugh M.
Weir In this city October 9, 1896, asks for
a divorce on the grounds of desertion and
cruel and Inhuman treatment and further
that she be awarded tbe custody of their
two minor children and $25 a month alimony.
N. T. Plumbing Co., telephone 35.
Peblle School Apportionment.
County Auditor lone made the semi-annual
apportionment of the school fund yes
terday and $8,773.05 was accordingly dis
tributed among the eeveral school district
of the county. The general tax levy of 1
mill for school purposes for the six months
realized $5,281 37, and to this was added the
interest on school fund loans for the six
months, amounting to $2,295.68. an dthe
fines collected in the district and superior
court, amounting to $1,196. According to
the report of the county superintendent
there are 15,951 children of school age In
Pottawattamie county, and on this basis
the apportionment amounted to 55 cents a
head. The Independent school district of
Council Bluffs, with 6,704 children of school
age, received ss It proportion of the appor
Davis sells glass.
Real Estate Transfer.
These transfers were filed yesterday in
the abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
Squire, 101 Pearl street:
William John Harrison and wife to
A kite Reltama. lot 2. block 35. Beers'
subdlv., w. d $ 550
Mrs. Anna Knon to c u. otto ivnop.
lot 3. Auditor s subdlv. in se4 e4
1-74-38, w. d
Catharine M. Murphy to W. 8. Good
rich, el foot of lot 11, block 4, Craw
ford's add., Council Bluffs, w. d....
F. J. Day and wife to First Presby
terian church. Council Bluffs, lots
21 and 22, block 19, Howard add.,
w. d 200
John B. Mudge to M. Belle Sanford,
60 feet off east aide lot 4. block 14,
Grimes' add., w. d 675
J. M. Llnlnger and wife to J. P. Hpsh,
n30 feet of lot 1. block 2. Jackson's
add., and strip adjoining, w. d 2,800
John K. Cooper and wife to George
Whltebook. w4 lot 4, block 5. Bay
line' 1st add., w. d 4,200
John W. Templeton and wife to James
M. Llnlnger. lot 2, original plat lot
195, Council Bluffs, w. d 2,300
M. M. Humbert and husband to T. W.
Olney, lot 1, block 7, Oakland, w. d.. 200
Nine transfers, total $10,926
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
C. H. Joung. Ashland. Neb 25
Kate C. Bargar, Ashland, Neb 18
Hans P. H. Sorensen. Council Bluffs 29
L, P. Jensen, Council Bluffs 26
Arthur W. Brlggs, Omaha. .- 21
Clara B. Klrby, Omaha.. 21
PROMINENT PHYSICIAN INSANE
Dr. O. G. Trematne of Wehste? City,
Iowa, Breaks Down from
WEBSTER CITY, I., Oct. 20. (Special
Telegram.) Dr. O. O. Tremalne, a prac
ticing physician In this city, with an Im
mense patronage, formerly a lecturer In the
Hannehan Medical college, Chicago, was
taken to a private asylum In Wisconsin last
night. Tbe doctor has gradually been
breaking down from Intense mental strain
due to hard work and close application.
His condition 1 serious.
Dolllver Talk at Onawa.
ONAWA, la., Oot. 20. (Special Telegram.)
Tbe Dolllver rally at the opera house to
night drew a large audience and waa one
of the beat crowds ever seen In Onawa at
an evening meeting. Senator Dolllver and
Hon. Lot Thomas arrived In Onawa from
tbe east at 4 p. m. C. E. Vnderhlll, county
chairman, called th meeting to order at
8:15 p. m., and Introduced Senator Dolllver,
who spoke for about an hour and three
quarter. Senator Dolllver' remarks were
largely devoted to the subject of protec
tion from the standpoint of the republican
party. He also devoted a large part of his
speech te the trusts, giving their number,
capitalization and so forth and illustrated
their power and usages fully. His re
marks wer well received by the audience.
Lot Thomas wa billed to apeak, but as it
was late he did not, but simply occupied
a place on th stage.
Waterloo Man I Director.
WATERLOO, la., Oct. 20. (Special.) At
the meeting of th stockholders of tbe Du
buque Sioux City Railroad company of
Dubuque or the Iowa branch of the Illinois
Central, George E. Llchty of this city was
elected on of the directors. It means that
Waterloo has been recognlxed and will be
taken car of In th future of the road. It
has already been made the division point
and city of tb' general car shops. Mr.
Llchty 1 a business manjt recognized abil
ity and will make a safe director.
Draakea Man Shoot Policeman.
S10TJX CITT, I., Oct. 20. (Special Tele
gram.) Patrolman Frank Clark was shot
here tonight by a drunken prisoner named
William Ray. Th bullet entered th groin
aad 1 pronounced by the physicians as
very serious. Ray has been employed by
Mitchell Vincent on the grading gang near
here. He is still too drunk to talk and the
police do not know where . he la from.
Officer Clark Is on of th oldest and best
policemen on the force.
Severely Injared la Raaaway.
ONAWA. Ia.. Oct. 20. (Special Telegram.)
Th team of Tom Ashley, a well known
attorney of Decatur, Neb., ran away this
evening while he wa driving from the
Onawa depot. Opposite Judge Oliver's he
Jumped from th buggy and fractured both
legs. He was conveyed to Dr. Huff's office.
Bis: Par for a Horse Bite.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Oct. 20. (Special Tele
gram. ) Because bis horse bit a passing
woman on th arm, O. A. Ringsrud, a
prominent politician of Elk Point, S. D.,
at on time a candidate for governor, is
sued for $10,000 damages. The suit Is
brought by Mr. W. H. Shook.
Berglar Are Bear.
SIOUX CITY, I., Oct. 20. (Special Tele
gram.) Three daring house burglaries were
committed hsr last night. Tbe houses of
L, McCarty, D. C. Bhull, and Dennis Duggan
were catered and successfully robbed. Good
hauls were made In all three place. Tb
polio have no clue.
tlk QOlr&jS Jim Dumps was harassed by the thought
VVKT L Jr of tons of coal that must bo bought fcv
I nrVV At Prlce8 which he felt would make
Mv-A itR it costly work to cook or bake.
iW foxn "You don't cook Force,'" they said to him.
HO bOUght '' mad9 "SUnny Jim'"
V V . T Rfdy-to-Serv Cereal U
1 better than a J ifjf '
B "don't worry" club. - C?SPc
SvMt, crlip flaksi of wheat and malt. ttnKci -smw
A Godsend These Dcvys. M
"'ForreMs s godsend In these dT of eostlr eokl end high-priced meat, Jf .
a ssy BoUilBg of th quickness with wn'lca It eaa be prepared. Ml
ft. "Aaxsra FoaaAg." Tf f X
LESS PAPERS AT INSTITUTE
Farmer' Gathering in December to Hear
from Experts Only.
HULL RETURNS TO LOOK OVER DISTRICT
Appanoose County Hoars Foond to Be
Afflicted with Trichina Inebriate
Law to Be Tested la
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Oct. 20. (Special.) Secre
tary Simpson of the state department of
agriculture Is engaged In preparing the pro
gram for th annual state farmers' Insti
tute in Des Moines, which will be held De
cember 9 and 10 next. Mr. Simpson ha
lust returned from Amea, where be was In
consultation with tbe specialist at the
Iowa State college In reference to the pro
gram. It has been decided that tbe pro
gram will be made very short and that only
the very best papers will be invited and by
eminent specialists. In the past tbe pro
grams have been too long and as a result
the meetings have not been well attended.
This time only a half dozen leading papers
will be presented. Prof. C. P. Holden of the
Iowa State college, who Is a specialist In
the growing of seed corn, will prepare a
paper on that subject embodying his views
on how to Improve the quality of the corn
grown In Iowa. Henry C. Adams of this
city haa been Invited to read a paper on
wheat growing In Iowa. He has been Inter
ested in some notable experiments near Des
Moines in which it was demonstrated that
good wheat may be grown with large yield
even in Iowa. J. F. Atkinson of this city
will also read a paper on the best method
of gatheribg forage. Mr. Adams, owner of
a large farm in Sac county, has been asked
to prepare a paper on corn growing, and
W, B. Burney of Franklin county has been
asked to write a paper on the management
of a silo. At this meeting new officers will
be elected to manage tbe state fair next
year and it I certain that W. W. Morrow of
Afton will be elected president to succeed
J. C. Frasler of BloomOeld.
Hold Political Conference.
Congressman J. A. T. Hull of this city
arrived in Des Moines this morning and
this afternoon held a political conference
with th county republican chairmen In dif
ferent part of the district Thl 1 th
first meeting Captain Hull ha had with th
party workers in his district. He ha been
busy at congressional headquarter in New
York City, where he I chairman of th ex
ecutive committee. He report that whereas
there ha been some trouble in many of
tb districts, particularly In distrlot where
tbe miner are located, all these matter
appear now to have been smoothed ever
and the proapect for the election of a
congress with a good working republican
majority are very bright. Captain Hull ha
no doubt of the outcome In Iowa and that
all the republican candidate will be elected.
During th day he met Major Lacey, mem
ber from the Sixth Iowa district, and they
had a short conference. A number of good
speakers will be brought Into this part of
Iowa a little later.
Trichina Foond la Iowa.
A report has been received from Center
vllle to tbe effect that trace of trichina
have been discovered In hogs in that city,
and the State Board of Health has been
asked to send a veterinarian to Centervllle
to make an Investigation. It aeem tbat th
trichina was discovered by P. F. Ash, a
veterinarian, and tbat bis diagnosis was
confirmed by J. A. Reploge. formerly an
assistant state veterinarian. There are said
to be about thirty-five bead of hogs f
BlcUd with the parasites snd ss a conse
quence the people of that city bsve stopped
eating hog meat for a few days. An in
vestigation will be made. So far as known
no human beings bave been affected by
Test the Inebriate Law.
It has been determined here that a test
will be made of the new law for aendlng
persons addicted to lnebrlacy or morphine
to the state hospitals for three years under
sentence of court and to remain until cured.
Mrs. Jno. SpellliDg, arrested as an Inebriate,
determined upon making the test and ha
employed counael to realat the matter In
tbe courts. It Is contended that tbe law Is
unconstitutional, as Its purpose I te deprive
one of his liberty end trial without a jury
or an Indictment and I in tb nature of a
criminal proceeding but I conducted like
a bearlDg for insanity. Tb claim la made
that It violates the constitution. The num
ber of Inebriates at Ml. Pleasant is now
over 100 and wben the state board visited
there last week they were coming at the
rate of two or three a day. Unless some
thing is done to check the movement the
board will open a dipsomaniac ward at each
cne of the four state hospitals.
Coart llonse Cost Too Modi.
Citizen of Perry have gone Into court In
Dallas county to enjoin tbe payment of
county warrants aggregating nearly $47,000
Issued by the county In payment for the
new Dallas county court house at Adel.
The county authorized the building of a
court bouse at an expense of 286,000 and
bonds were sold for that amount. In addi
tion to this tbe board authorized the addi
tional expenditure, making the cost about
1126,000. Of the extra cost there remains
unpaid the warrants mentioned. Tbey are
chiefly held by bankers and investors. Tbe
court is asked to declare tbem all Illegal
Harder Case In Coart.
Before the Iowa supreme court today tbe
attorneys argued the case of the state vs.
J. W. Sale from Page county. Sale Is under
sentence? for murder and serving a fourteen
year sentence. He attacked Thomas Rob
inson in a barn at Shenandoah during the
races, tbe fight being the result of a quarrel
over gambling, and Robinson received
wounds from which he died soon.
The murder case of Lewis Brooks and
Albert Phillips, condemned to die for mur
ders In Buena Vista county, was put off
until later In the week owing to absence of
The following decisions were rendered
Fred Sykes against Charles Relher. appel
lant; Monona county, Judge Wakefield; af
firmed; opinion by Weaver.
Gordon Wood against J. R. Rice, appel
lant; Story county. Judge Weaver; af
firmed, by McClaln.
Mary A. Zimmerman againet Robinson &
Co., appellant; Franklin county, Judge
Whlttaker; reversed, by Sherwln.
James McClenehan, appellant, against
Catherine M, Stevenson; Buchanan county.
Judge Blair; reversed, by Deemer.
Ola, Everson, appellant, against Woodbury
County; Woodbury county, Judge Gaynor:
reversed, by Ladd.
Formulate New Insurance Policy.
Attorney General Mullan and State Audi
tor Merrlam today prepared a new stand
ard uniform policy of fire Insurance to con
form to the Iowa laws and to take the
place of th present uniform policy In use
by the Iowa companies. This action wa
taken as th result of the appeal to tbe
governor by Burlington business men to
havs th companies remove an objectionable
clause In their present policies.
Baddea Death of Doctor.
Dr. Ecott wa found In a chair dead thl
morning. Th exact cause of hi death Is
unknown. He waa, about 85 year old and
bad traveled extensively selling medicines.
He has a son, Ed Bcott. with whom he
was living at th time. His wife live In
Keokuk. Dr. Scott came to De Moines
sora three month ago from Kansas City.
He had been 111 two or three week, and
It 1 probable that hi death came as the
natural result o( thl Illness, the exact
nature of which was not well understood.
Papll Go oa Strike.
A peculiar strike wa Inaugurated today
by pupils In the eighth grade of one of
MS. BOSS Told
an mat It works In n reference to a solid
Jeweler to show you a Jua. boss
Keyson trade-mark stamped inside.
THE KEYSTONE WATCH CASE COMPANY. Philadelphia. Pa.
the public schools. A tescher was obnox
ious to the pupils and they had made com
plaint against her. The superintendent
promised to change the teachers around
and the objectionable one was to be trans
ferred, but this morning when tbe teacher
was not transferred all the pupils walked
out except two. The trouble arose over
the alleged Improper language of the
CAN REMAIN IN SOUTH DAKOTA
Coart Defuses to Allow liardeebrook
to Be Taken Back to
SIOUX FALLS, S. D..-Oct. 20. (Special
Telegram.) Judge Jones of the state cir
cuit court, In this 'city today, ordered
the discharge a a result of habeas corpus
proceedings of Sheldon Hafde nbrook, wbo is
wanted in Cass county, Minnesota, on the
charge of aeductlon. This ends a case which
has been fought before Governor Herreld
and Judge Jones for some little time. Sher
iff Hardy of Cass eounty arrived here about
two weeks ago and caused Hardenbrook's
arrest. He finally secured requisition pa
pers from Governor Herreld, which, how
ever, proved to be defective and be was
required to secure a new set of papers.
Then attorneys for Hardenbrook secured a
writ of habeas corpus and a portion of two
days were spent arguing the matter be
fore Judge Jones. Hardenbrook haa now
beenglven his liberty by Judge Jones on
the ground that under the laws of Minne
sota the statute of limitation, which pro
vide tbat an Indictment In such
cases must be brought within two years
from the time of the commission of tb
crime, hid expired and consequently prose
cution was barred. The papers In tb cat
stated tbat tbe alleged crime was com
mitted September 30, 1900. Th attorney
for tbe Minnesota officials 'admitted In court
here that no Indictment bad been returned
up to this time.
Soldier Dies In Japan.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Oct. 20. (Special.)
Information has reached here of tbe death
at the quarantine station, Nagasaki harber,
Japan, of Griffith E. Owens, formerly a resi
dent of this (Minnehaha) county. News of
the young man's death was conveyed by a
letter from tbe surgeon of the United States
transport steamship Sherman to Mrs.
Owens of Dell Rapids, mother of the young
man. Owens enlisted In Company A, Twenty-seventh
United States Infantry at Port
land, Ore., on January 1, 1900, and went
to the Philippines, performing duties in
various parts of our new possessions. lis
was ill for some time after going to th
Philippines and upon recovering re-enltsted
In Company J of th Twenty-sixth Infan
try, In which company and regiment he
served up to the time of his death. Al
though nothing definite is known about the
matter it is supposed that be was on bis
way home when be died. His deatb resulted
from Asiatic cholera. Deceased waa not
quite 28 years of age, and news of hi un
timely deatb ha caused mourning among
those who knew blm. His remains wer
at polntof contact with the hand or pocket.
A solid gold caae wMrs Void ana weak
and a cheap Oiled ciui wears shabby.
A Jas. Boss Stiffened Oold Caae la
guaranteed to wear for 26 yeara. It la
made of two layers of solid gold with
a layerof stiffening uuetai bef ween, all
welded together in one solid sheet.
Tbe outside gold will last a quarter of
a century and the stiffening metal will
keep the caae Mroug as long as you near
lb Thl Is why thousands near lb
gold ease. Ask your
Caae and look for W-e
aad for UmsUI.
A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER
kR. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM, OR MAGICAL BEAUTIPIER.
Rtfflom Tan. Fimslasj
"'Fr(Kk), Moth rsuhts,
- a ARB aa sum ui
' MM, an urn
tUmlta ea boutr.
so SftM MmIM.
It has stood Mas tast
af flftT-four years.
snd Is so hannlm
uat II to M
sure It Is rropsrlr
i.. -. n. u, u.
. o..i. al4 to a
Udy of tho
ton (a eatlant): .
"As you ladles will use them, J.
mend QOURAUD S CREAM a th leaat
harmful of all the skin preparations. oi
sale by all drugglsta and fancy good dal
era In tho U. S. and Europe.
FERD. T. HOPKIMS. Prop',
S7 Great Jone St.. N. T.
Is especially valuable during th
summer season, when outdoor occu
pations and sports are most in order.
GRASS STAINS, MUD STAINS
an CALLOUS SPOTS
yield to it, and it is particularly
agreeable when used in the batb
after violent exercise.
ALL GROCERI AND DRUOQI1TS
Tb Rock Island System
will sell tickets on October
24th, Omaha to Denver,
Colorado Springs and Pueblo
and return for 19.00. Oa
same date tickets will also
be on sals to certain points
in Nebraska and Kansas at
one fare plu $2.00 for th
Fa tarn Sfroot
O. W HIM W II VVIf
Treat all form f
27 Tear Experience,
IT Year In Omaha.
Ill renarkabl sue-
equaled snd every day brings many flatter
Ilia rviwni vi iu uv a . w,., v .
relief he haa given.
Hot Springs Treatment tor Syphilis
And all lilood Poisons. NO "BRKAKINO
OUT" oo th skin or face arid all external
signs of the disease disappear at onre.
BLOOD DISEASE KSZZ EES
cases cured oi nerv
ous dsumiy. loss of
Vit. a. Iuim y attu biauuer utaeaaos, Uy
uroo,e. QL1CK CUHES-LOW CHARGES.
Treatment by uia.lt. f. O. Oox in Offlo
over i a. I4ln ntreei. bateeeu t'wua
lvus'M sifis vMA4i
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