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THE OMAHA DAILY JlEEl TUESDAY, I) EG EM 11 EH 2, 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
' Davis selli drugs.
"tockert sells carpets and rug.
Elegant new Xmm photos at Srhmldt's.
' Expert natch repairing, Leffert. 41 Bway
Mis Arkwrlghts thlna sale today, M4
M nster street.
liest clothesrark made only 23c at A. B.
llowe's, 310 Drosdway.
ricture framing. C. E. Alexander A. Co.,
tZt Broadway. Tel. 3M.
;The regular meeting of Palm Grove No.
Tl, Woodman Circle, will be held thla even
ing. The regular convocation of Star chapter,
Jteyal Arch Masons, will be Held thla even
ing. v For rent, nicely furnished front room,
reasonable price, inquire 36ti North First
Idles Baker's china sale December 1 to
at residence of M. V. Fleming, 406 Oakland
Lily camp No. 1, Royal Neighbors of
America, will hold Its regular meeting this
Wanted, at once, carrier with horse for
route on The Bee. Apply at the ortlce, No.
10 Pearl street.
We are headquarters for gla of all
kinds. Bee us beore you buy. C. B. Paint,
Ull and Glass Co.
Sixty-five marriage license were Issued
during the month of November by tne
clerk of the district court.
The Woman's Missionary society of the
First Baptist church will meet this after
noon In the church parlors.
Rev. J. O. Lernen tt the Christian Home
has been called to Kansas City by the
Death of his brother-in-law, F. W. Webster.
A. Rjge of Lewis township brought In
the hide of a full grown wolf to the county
auditor yesterday and received the bounty
The social to hare been given Thursday
evening by Harmony chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, has been Indefinitely post
poned. Herbert Hayden was fined 111) and costs
In police court yesterday morning for
creating a disturbance Saturday night In
the opera house.
A. L.-Fager, who while Intoxicated broke
Into the basement of K. Ulltnskl'a commis
sion store on Broadway, was discharged In
police court yesterday.
Mrs. 8. H. Ogden went yesterday to Kan
sad City to join Mrs. K. V. Innes In a visit
at the home of the letter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Shepard.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Morehouse, who have
been the guests of Mr. and Mm. Hugh
Oosa and family, left for their home at
tjanta Monica, Cal., yesterday.
I have many new style photos and offer
this month my $4 photos for X2.it) and 35
photos for M and $3.60. Call and examine
the work. Stlgleman, 43 and 45 South Main
Work on the approaches to the new
bridge over Indian creek at the Intersec
tion of Mynster and North Main streets
waa completed yesterday and the bridge la
now open for trafttc.r
For sale, a good house and lot, No. 212
Fourteenth avenue. ' Price very reasonable.
Will take one-half 'Of the purchase price In
grading and dirt hauling. Apply to Leonard
Everett, 18 Pearl street. Council Bluffs, la.
Wanted, man to take contract to haul 2.0W
yards of dirt to a lot on Pleasant street,
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth avenue,
taking dirt from High street. Haul about
two blocks. Apply to Leonard Everett, 18
Pearl street. Council Bluffs, la.
Myrtle Hlgglns, a 16-year-old girl, hnr
been arrested on complaint of her father,
who charged her with being an Inmate of a
disorderly house at Fourteenth street and
Fourteenth avenue, and will have a hear
ing. In police court thla morning. -
Lewis Smith, the colored man, charged
with killing another negro, named Charles
Edwards, and who has been In the county
Jail here for safekeeping, was taken to
Avaj uaal.rrl a hv HAnnlv UhrlfT Pan.
nlng. Smith's trial will begin today.
Informations were filed In Justice Bry
ant's court yesterday by Isaac Doner,
charging Arthur Btrebeck of Silver Creek
township with bcttig Intoxicated and Creat
ing a rough house at a public dance In
Olderog's hall at Treynor Saturday night.
Former Postmaster I. M. Treynor will re
move shortly to Ilea Moines, where he has
secured the district agency of one of the
large life Insurance tympanies. His brother,
George S. Trevnor, .now at Osceola, la.,
?lll be associated with him. Mr. Treynor
will not remove his, family to Des Moines
until spring. V .
Bibles Now Ready.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
as a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Rcld. E41 Broadway.
Plumbing and heating. Bixby Bon.
Charged with., Stealing; Watch.
Melvln Tlce was arrested yesterday aft
ernoon on suspicion of having appropriated
to his own use a gold watch belonging to
one of the nurses at the Woman's Chris
tian association hospital, where he had
been a patient for the last week. Tlce was
on of the stage hands of the "Evil Eye"
company which played at the New theater
Sunday, November 22, and was caught be
tween a car and. a wagon while loading
scenery at the Northwestern depot. He was
removed to the hospital and .was discharged
yesterday as cured. Before leaving some
of the women connected with the hospital
provided him with a new suit of clothes
and sufficient money to enable him to re
join the company. 'Tlce stoutly denies tak
ing the watch and the "police hare been
unable to secure any trace of the missing
timepiece. - -
Bibles Now Iteady.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
ss a premium by The Bee, can get ssme by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call aa soon as possible.
Davis sells paint.
Brisk Bidding; at Tax Sale.
The annual tax sale of delinquent prop
erty in the county treasurer's office yes- j
terday attracted a large gathering of real
estate men and speculators in tax certifi
cates. The bidding tor the choice parcels
was the keenest, according to Treasurer
Arnd, since he became cuatodlan of the
county funds. As a result of the competi
tion among the bidders the list waa well
cleaned up, but a few undesirable pieces
being left unsold. These will be placed
uudr the hammer again Monday, January
13. The list this year was slightly larger
than In 1901.
N. Y Plumbing Co., telephone 258.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday in
the abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
Squire, 101 Pearl street:
James W. McMullln and wife to Nellie
.Inn. lot 4, block z, Jiollrr s add to
Walnut, w. d $
William Quirk and wife to Charles K.
and Arthur I.. Brarlley. lots 8. and
10, In Chicago, Burlington & Quint y
railroad add to Carson, w. d
Gerhardtne Fulfa to William H.
Plumer, sw nwH and nwi wV
and part eH aw 14-74-43. w. d
Ctoorge Scherrer and wife to John
Under, 4 si-res In lot 1. in 13-75-44,
lying southeasterly from road, w. d.
Total four transfers
Licenses to wed were U3Ued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
L. R. Cooper, Omaha -1
I xna, Fulllngton, Omaha 19
tTarrv Schroeder. Reels, la
Llllle M. Ransom. Reels, la 23
Richard O. McMurlln. Omaha 2
lva F. Near. Omaha 30
n r-iri ft
ONE MAN RILLED IN WRECK
Three of the Train Grew Injured; One of
Whom Mij Die a Result
WORK TRAIN BACKS INTO COW THE CAUSE
Dead Man Was Off Dnty and Uolna;
Home to See His Wife, Wbo Is
Serloasly IllOnly Married
a Few Months.
As a result of the wreck of a work train
on the Wabash road about five miles east
of Council Bluffs yesterday morning one
man Is dead and three are more or less
severely Injured. "
CLAY HUDNELL of Moberly,' Mo., en
gineer of the ditcher.
J. C. Nleman, conductor, Council Bluffs,
injuries to both, legs, not serious.
A. M. Freeman, brakeman, Stanberry,
Mo., severe scalp wound, thought to be
D. Myers, brakeman, Council Bluffs, face
cut and back wrenched.
The train known as the "ditcher" was
composed of an engine, two work cars and
a caboose and was backing toward Mtneola
when the caboose ran over a cow. The
caboose was thrown from the track snd
turned over on, Its side. Hudnell, in an
effort to save 'himself, leaped from the
caboose, but fell beneath the wheels of
the car carrying the ditcher and was
literally ground to pieces. The body was
brought back to Council Bluffs to Cutler's
undertaking rooms, where an Inquest waa
held yesterday afternoon by Coroner Trey
nor. The Jury brought In a 'verdict to
the effect that Hudnell met his death as
a result of sa accident to the work train
caused by the caboose running over a
At the Inquest It developed that Hud
nell was not working -on the ditcher yes
terday, though he was the regular engineer,
but was on his way to Maryvllle, Mo., where
his wife, to whom he was married last
June, lay sick. Hudnell had obtained a
leave of absence and his place on the
ditcher yesterday was taken by another
man. Hudnell was In the caboose of the
work train, as he desired to change ells
clothes and decided to ride on the train as
far as Mlneola, where he intended catch
ing the regylsr passenger. His home waa
formerly in Montgomery, Mo., but recently
had been moved to Moberly. His wife while
visiting in Maryvllle was taken sick and
he was on his way to aee her when he
The witnesses at the Inquest were Con
ductor Nleman, Engineer Behen and Fire
man Schlotterback of the work train.
Brakemen Freeman and Myers, owing to
their injuries, were unable to attend.
Bibles Now Ready.
Those who are, entitled to the Bible, given
as a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at the Ooncll Bluffs office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
Davis sells glass. :. . , v.
RAILROAD WANTS STREETS
Alderman Fleming; Opposes the Vaca
tion of Portion of Sev- .
At a meeting of the city council last
night, attorneys for the Great Western
railroad presented an ordinance vacating
a large number of alleys between Thirl
and Twenty-second streets along the road's
right-of-way, and the portion of Seven
teenth street from the south line of Ninth
avenue to the alley between Tenth and
Eleventh avenues. Alderman Fleming an
nounced that he would fight the vacation of
Seventeenth street and the ordinance after
being passed to Us second reading was
referred to the committee of the whole
which will meet Friday morning to con
Mayor Morgan returned without bis sig
nature the resolution adopted at the last
meeting of the council cutting out from
the contract for the paving of Ninth street
between Broadway and First avenue a strip
14x90 feet in front of the warehouse of
the Groneweg & Schoentgen company in
order that this space might be paved with
granite block. In vetoing the resolution
Mayor Morgan stated that after consult
ing with the city attorney he had been
unable to satisfy himself that the coun
cil had the. legal authority to, make the
change at this time and he believed that
for the best Interests of the city the street
be paved as originally contemplated. The
veto was sustained.
Postmaster Harelton in a communication
aaked that the ordinance regarding the
numbering of houses be enforced and after
some discussion the mayor was Instructed
to have the city marshal notify all oc
cupants of houses not numbered to comply
with the provisions of the ordinance wtthlu
ten days. Failure to comply will aubject
the occupant of any houae not numbered
to a fine of not less than $5 and not ex-
On the recommendation of the Judiciary
committee It was decided that the city con
fess Judgment for $30 and costa in the
personal injury damage suit of Jessie O.
Rozxelle; for $3S and coats It) the similar
suits of Louise Smith and C n wn.nn
The suit of Mrs. Rozxelle is pending In
tne supreme court. Mrs. Rozxelle, Louise
Smith and C. D. Wilson were members
of a party of sixteen people from Omaha
who were overturned in a carryall on
Broadway, the accident being cauaed by a
hole formed by the elevation of the tracks
of the motor company near ths Illinois
The special committee consisting of
Mayor Morgan and Aldermen Casper and
Tlnley reported that it had been unable
to effect any satisfactory settlement In the
Henry Locke personal injury claim.
Another protest against tho owners of ex
press wagona loafing at the corner of Main
street and Broadway was filed by the pro
prietor of the barber shop In the basement
or the Mate Savlnga bank building.
Among the grist of bills was one for t30
from a local insurance agent for a policy
for $1,000 fire Insurance en the Lldgett
property bought by the city for a female
Isolation hospital. Alderman McDonald ex-
pressed the opinion that the rate waa ex-
ceaslve and the policy will be cancelled
u ne can secure one at a lower rate. The
Insurance was placed In by ths city solictor.
Prior to the meeting of the city council
last night the aldernien held session in the
mayor's office which Isited upwards of an
hour. The matter under
the charge brought agaloat the former
Street Supervisor Taylor of having appro-
pristed money belonging to the city in ths
snaps of poll taxef . It was stated that
Taylor had offered to settle the matter tor
$70, that, being the amount which the com-
mittee had up to date charged against him.
Taylor htl 4 counter claim of $5&, his last
month's salary. Ia view of the offer on the
part of Taylor, the report which the special
committee had submitted to the council
was ordered referred back and it Is un
derstood that the matter will be eventually
settled to the satisfaction of all parties.
MOTOR COMPANY DISSATISFIED
Asks at Mew Trial la Peterson Case or
Will Appeal to the Saoreme
The sealed verdict returned Sunday aft
ernoon by the Jury in the personal injury
damage suit of Chris Peterson sgrilnst the
Omaha at Council Bluffs Railway and
Bridge company was opened by Judge Green
on reconvening district court yesterday and
was found to award the plaintiff 113,500.
Peterson sued for $35,000. A motion for
a new trial will be filed by the motor com
pany and in the event of falling to secure
one, it will take the case to the supreme
A Jury was Impanelled in the suit of
Petrus Peterson against the Des Moines
Fire Insurance company and the taking of
evidence begun. Peterson sues to recover
the amount of insurance held by him on
his store and stock of goods In Weston,
which was destroyed by fire last New Tear's
eight. Similar suits are pending sgalnst
the Anchor and State Fire Insurance com
panies, but will probably not be tried until
this case has gone to the supreme court.
The testimony In the divorce suit of C.
Bngle against Christine Engle, was sub
mitted to the court and taken under ad
visement. In the suit of Joseph McKeown sgalnst
Frank Hanlon, the court ordered that the
plaintiff must remit $14 of the verdict or
submit to a new trial. McKeown elected
to abide by the order of the court. The
suit was over the possession and value of
The following assignment of law causes
was made by Judge Green:
Tuesday, December 2 Brown against
Alexander, Woolfson against Council Bluff
Wednesday, December 3 Woodruff
against Evan& Laundry Company, Union
Transfer Company against Swing.
Thursday, December 4 Schurs against
Nichols. Bugg against McClelland.
Friday. December R Allen against Wa
bash Railroad Company.
Monday, December s Farrell against Chi
cago, Rock Island A Pacific Railway Com
Tuesday, December Wyman against
Chicago & Northwestern Railway Com
pany. Wednesday, December 10 Alexander
against Brown Bros.
Thursday, December 11 Hoyt against
Motor Company (special); Hill against
Motor Company, Bennett against Motor
Friday, December 12 Weat against Wln
Saturday, December 13 Dodge against
Mason City & Fort Dodge Railroad Com-
any, Hannan against Mason City & Fort
'odge Railroad Company.
A Free Heating- Store.
Before you buy your coal see Wm. Wolch
at If North Main street and he will ex
plain to you how you can get a fine Round
Oak heating stove without costing you a
penny. 'Phone, 128.
Connty Board Does Little.
The Board of County Supervisors con
vened in adjourned session yesterday, but
as the county auditor was obliged to at
tend the tax sale In the treasurer's office,
but little business) . was transacted.
A number of road and bridge petitions
were acted upon and $4,000 was ordered
transferred from the general fund, the
latter being practically exhausted. '
John Unden waa granted a refund of $120,
the penalty on four liquor licenses, the
prompt payment of which he claimed to
have overlooked by error of the county
treasurer falling to notify him the tax was
K. of p. Lodge Elects Officers.
These officers were elected by St. Al
bans lodge, Knights of Pythias, last night:
Chancellor commander, C. H. Gilbert; V.
C, H. E. Beach; prelate, W. B. Lackey;
master of work, 8. H. Connor; keeper of
records of seal, E. J. Abbott; master of
finance, R. EL Ingraham; master of ex
chequer, A. C. Lalne; master of arms,
Charles Nicholson; Inner guard, 8. J. Mc
Donald; outer guard. C. Norene; trustees,
L. Kost, R. C. Menary, J. D. Johnson;
librarians, Ed Carr, C. B. Washington, E.
F. Hendricks. J. C. MaglH. F. F. Parker.
The new kind of General Arthur cigars
are now on sale.
FOILS DAKOTA BANK BANDITS
Cashier Awakened by Alarm Shoots
One Robber and Achieves
Arrest of Two.
8IOUX CITT, la., Dee. 1. An unsuccess
ful attempt. waa made to burglarise, the
Bank of Aurora, at Aurora, 8. D., this
morning. Electric alarms were sounded
and the wrglars were - captured, one of
them being shot twice in the leg.
The alarm awoke Henry Kelsey, cashier,
who hurried to the bank with a rifle. The
burglars tried to escape, going toward
Brookings. Kelsey shot one, who crawled
into a strawstack. The other came to
town and gave himself up, telling where
his companion was biding.
IOWA WITNESS IS GUILTY
Testifies In Mnrder Case Against
Widow and Now Says Ha s
DES MOINES, la., Dec. 1. At Iowa City
today Cbarlea Holoada pleaded guilty to
murder in the second degree. , James Gal-
laugher, a farmer, was shot while he slept
j 'nt ,Mt spring. His wife. Mrs. Ella
j ueiiaugner, ana noioaaa were lnuiciea tor
; the crime. Holoada had been in the em-
ploy of Gallaugber.
Mrs. Gallaugher was tried first and Hoi
oada was a witness against her, testifying
that she had told him It was her Intention
to kill her husband. Holoada's testimony
was badly ahattered and Mra. Gallaugher
IOWA FEUD ENDS IN DEATH
Carroll Boy Shoots flan Entering; His
fade's Window After Threat.
8IOUX CITY, la., Dee. 1. Charles Crone
today ahot and killed James Faust near
' Carroll, la., while Faust was entering the
' home of Charles Faust through an upatalrs
window. The shooting was the result of
' ola fsmlly tent.
i It Is said that Jamea Faust had threat-
nea t0 kill Charles Fsust's whole family,
Crone Is a nephew of Charles Faust.
Strike Stops Works for Winter.
CRESTON, la, Dec. 1. (Bpeclal.) The
strike of the stone maaons on the govern
ment building here has not been settled
snd the contractors have closed up the
openings In the building and put a roof
i over the exposed parts and shut down work
' until spring. They now say that it will be
I completed by September 1 next year
I About twenty local laborers are thrown out
of employment for the winter by the ahut
down of the work, which had been planned
to be continued all winter.
HORTON FOR ANOTHER TERM
Board of Control Reappoints Commandant
of the Soldiers' Home,
WOODWARD MAN SHOT AT A CHARIVARI
Conference on Rcllalons Edncntlon
Commences at Ames Friday
Parkins; Company Has
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Dec. 1. (Special.) The
State Board of Control today re-elected
for a four-year term as commandant of
the state soldiers' home at Marshalltown
Colonel C. C. Horton, who has been In
charge of that home for about six years
snd has given eminent satisfaction. The
terms are for four years snd the present
term expires with the year. Colonel Horton
was In the city today and with members of
the state board was engaged In buying fur
niture for some of the new buildings at
the home which are now nearly completed.
Owing to unusually favorable weather, the
work on the new buildings has so far pro
greased that all will be occupied this month
or next and the work will not be delayed
by the winter.
New corporations were chartered today
at the office of the secretary of state as
follows: Farmers and Merchants Telephone
company of Washta, capital $10,000, by
James Robertson; Hill Siding Lumber com
pany of Johnson county, capital $10,000, by
Joseph Walker and others; Brooklyn Heat
ing and Lighting company of Brooklyn,
capital $10,000, by J. F. Hatcher and others;
Evans Car Coupler company of Burlington,
capital $25,000, bu M. S. Evans and J. M.
Shot at a Charivari.
M. Burkhart of Woodward, la., was
brought to the Methodist hospital here suf
fering from a bullet wound in the hip. He
had received the wound while participating
In a charivari after the wedding of his
slater in Woodward. It was not discovered
who fired the shot, but It was accidental
and there will be no prosecution. He sub
mitted to an operation here for the removal
of the bullet and will get well.
Julius Baker of Stoux county has been
paroled from the state hospital for inebri
ates at Cherokee, the third to be paroled
from that institution.
Failed and Arrested.
A representative of the Agar Packing
company of this city Is In Perry, where ho
filed information against W. A. Case and
F. A. Liddle, accusing them of obtaining
money under false pretenses. They were of
the firm of W. A. Case & Co., engaged In
the meat trade in Perry, and failed on
Saturday. They owed the Agars $247. Late
Saturday night some unknown person made
an attempt to burn the store building In
which the failed firm had lately been doing
business, but the fire was discovered and
no harm done.
Conference ' on Religious Education.
The program is out for the Iowa confer
ence of religious education at Ames, begin
ning next Friday. President MacLean of
the state university will preside. There
will be an address of welcome by Mayor
Parley Sheldon Among those on the pro
gram for the three days are J. E. Gilbert,
secretary of the American Society of. Re
ligious Education; Rev. George L. Cady of
Iowa City, Dr. Jttnnte McCowen of Daven
port, C. M. Heard of Minneapolis, Rev. J.
E. Gilbert of Washington, D. C, and Profs.
Dan F. Bradley of Grinnell, George D.
Adams of Dea, Moines, C. Summerbell of
Palmer college, S. B. McCormlck of Coe,
B. E. Shepperd of Drake, F. W. Hlnltt of
Parsons, J. E. Bookwalter of Western col
lege and C. F. Cessna of State college.
THIEF DISGUISES A HORSE
Steals Valuable Animal, Docks Tall
and Makes Change! So Owner
Will Not Know It.
SHENANDOAH, la., Dec. 1. (Special.)
One of the most determined efforts to steal
and disguise a horse, so that It would not
be known was that made by the thief who
led off E. A. Read's driving horse two
weeks' ago and hid it in a pasture three
miles from town.
The pasture was an inside field with but
single corner visible to passeraby on
the public highways. The only person liv
ing where a view of the field could be ob
tained waa B. L. Tool, who noticed the
horse in the field about a week after It
was stolen. Being something of a horse
man he noticed that Its action when trot
ting waa much better than the ordinary
farm horse and went over to look at the
animal. s A closer view called to mind the
description of Mr. Read's animal and he
was soon convinced It waa the lost or stolen
horse. Mr. Toot drove to Shenandoah and
secured Mr. Read, who went out to examine
the animal. In the meantime, however,
the thief bad taken the horse and had
roached It, had docked its tall and had
made two fictitious brands on It.
The brands were made by trimming the
hair very closely so as to resemble some
of the usual western brands. A white spot
on the animal's hip had also been care
fully plucked out, as shown by the absence
of the hair. Mr. Read, however, fully rec
ognized the horse and brought it home.
The thief has not been apprehended.
Northwestern Opens New Depot.
ONAWA. Ia., Dec. 1. (Special Tele-
gram.) The new passenger station was
opened tor business here today after a long
delay, the old one having been burned
February 23. The new depot is a modern
structure 160 feet long and thirty-six feet
wide, including platforms, with commodi
ous baggage, waiting, conductors' and office
rooms. It Is only two blocks south of Iowa
avenue, the main street, and will be a
great convenience to the citlzena and trav
eling public. The Northwestern Is now
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WORK OF ANONYMOUS WRITER
Probably Is Responsible for the De
struction of a Once Hanpy
FORT DODGE, la., Doc. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) An anonymous letter from Fort
Dodge has been received by Mike Carrtgg,
formerly a well known Illinois Central con
ductor, and at proscnt yardmaster for the
same road at Waterloo.
The letter Intimates that Carrlgg' once
wronged a girl of Fort Dodge and demands
tho sum of $2,300, more or les.
Carrlgg denies all the charges preferred
In the letter and has published a statement
asking the unknown correspondent to make
himself or herself known. ,y
Carrtgg's wife left him a year ago with
out giving any reason. Cnrrlgg Is of tho
opinion that some of the anonymous letters
fell Into her hands. He Is hopeful that tho
discovery of the anonymous letters may lead"!
to a restoration of a happy home life.
HE MAY BE HOTEL ROBBER
Man at Dea Moines la Partially Iden
tified by Valley Junction
DES MOINES, Dec. 1. O. O. Deford
has been arrested on information charging
him with the robbery of the St. Joseph
hotel at Valley Junction.
The clerk was held up late at night
twice within ten days by a masked man
who took the contents of the cash drawer
He identified Deford aa closely resem
bling the robber. Deford is a stranger.
STATE COURTS NO POWER
No Jnrladlctlon Over an Army Officer
Carrying; Ont Orders of
DES MOINES, Dec. 1. Judge McPherson
in the federal court this morning dissolved
the injunctions obtained in the atate courts
restraining Major Turner, In charge of the
construction of the army post at this place,
from constructing a sewer across certain
private lands. He ruled that an army offi
cer, carrying out orders of a superior, can
not be molested by state courts.
STRIKE IS QUICKLY WON
Weatern t'nloa Messenger Boys and
Girls at Des Moines Granted
DES MOINES, Dec. 1. The messenger
girls and the boys employed by the Western
Union Telegraph company in this city went
on a strike at 10 o'clock, demanding a scale
equal to that of the Postal Telegraph com
pany. Thirty minutes later the demand
was complied with, a guaranty of $20 a
month being made, and the strikers re
Soldiers to Get the Money.
MARSHALLTOWN. Ia.. Dec. 1. (Special.)
Judge Burnham of the district court has
made an order iu the case of C. H. Brock
agalnat Marshall county, commonly known
aa the Soldiers' Home case. Judge Burn
ham decided that the county clerk should
pay to the soldiers the money held by the
clerk that waa set aside from the taxes by
the county for old soldiers at the time of
the civil war and which has been idle for
the last forty years. The court has decreed
that about $800 ahall be deducted as attor
neys' fees, and the balance, amounting to
something over $8,000, ahall be proportioned
among the 200 old soldiers or their heirs.
Crestoa Has Rellaloua Revival.
CRESTON, Ia., Dec. 1. (Special.) The
religious excitement in Creston, occasioned
by the revival meetings being held at the
Christian church by Mrs. Clara Haxelrlgg
and her alnger, Miss Graves, from Topeka,
Kan., still continues and it has been de
cided to run them another week. Already
twenty-seven have made confession and
every night aees the church filled to its
utmost capacity. Never since the time of
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