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THE OMATTA DAILT BKKs RATUKDAT, JANDATIY 31. 1003.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
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Guess. Cirvfth, artist, "f8 Broadway.
Kor rent, modern bouse, 719 Sixth avenue.
tixpcrt watch repairing. Ixffert. V9 H y.
Cnndv ihI- t xlny at the 1'urlty Candy
l.luh'-n, 6f) Itroaaway.
Annual reduction on picture and picture
framing. C K. Alexander & Co.
Judge Pmlth Md'herson of the t'nlled
States court was In (he city yextprday.
Wanted, at onrt boy with pony to carry
):ee route. Apply at the oktce, 10 l'tarl
We are heariqjnrter for glass of all
l.lnda. dee us beluve yuu buy. C. U. I'alnt,
II and (Jiaas company-
A marriage l!rene was issued yesterday
to Clark Mite, aged 21, and Jt nsle Marsh,
i.rfed 1!, both of Kid Jhk. la.
Oeorgf K. McCunnell left yesterday for
Ms oid home Ir Indr.im, culled there by I
me serious illness of bis father.
George 8. Wright has been appointed
..aster In chancery for the federul court'" '. ... . , i
i.i sjcc ed the late Chancellor U W. Hoss.
Attorney Thomas Arthur and Klmer j
..rn of l.ogmi. la., were in the city ye. ;
A burning flue called the fire department
t 7 o'clock yesterday morning to the rel
i ence of 8. y. Murphy at ilo6 Avenue F.
'j here was no damage.
Harvey Davis, sentenced to ten months
In the penitentiary for Mealing a wagon
tnd team, was taken to Koit .Madison yes
terday by bhi rill Cousins
liuo were recovered by the police yester- j
cay In a pawnshop in umanu, wnere iney
I. ad been sold by the thief.
Hamilton. Sargent and IMerce sell shoes
Kit today (Saturdny)
we give timers,'
one to every lady buying a hot ;
4.0 Broadway. Whaley's orchestra tonight
Charles Keynnlds his pone to Oil City,
) a., to take a position In the office of the
i nlef engineer of the blannard oil com
) any. He experts to resume his studies In
,.-'tricHl engineering at Armour colh-go In
John Hall, weighing Inspector for the
Valianh railroad, is home from n thre"
months' visit with relntlvfa in England.
'. .lis was Mr. Haifa first visit to his old
1 me since he let t It thirty yeurs hko to
Lome to America.
The Junior lass of the high school has I the city, and he hoped that succeeding
trganlzed, with these otllieis: 1'reslilent,:, a ,
Antrim Crawford; vice president, ltonaldine
1 ell; secretary, Kllziilieth Macrae; treas
l rer, Harry Juslln; sergeants-al-urms, Hen
X.'alkcr ami tllen Heed.
Samuel Miller, the old man found In a
l.elplcns condition in n cave Thursday
ivenlng. was siitllclently ree nvert d yes
terday to proceed to his brother's home at
1 rescent. Transportation was given him
Ly the overseer of the poor.
Commencing; Punday, Kansas City. St. ;
joseph & Council Bluffs train No. !). which ,
i...w leaves the union ttaiipfor station at
1 :07 a. m. Hnd the Burlington city station ,
.t 10:15 a. m., will leave the union transfer ,
buuii pi it.ov unu m. ..I.. i,Bt" v.
t on at V:3a.
Rural free delivery routes will be es- i
tabllshed March 2 In the Ninth emigres- I
. jnal district as follows: Hartley, two
lJiinlnp, two; Crason, two; Hancock, two;
l ewis, two; Persia, two; Weeton, one. On
prll 1 route will be established In Guth
l.e Center, Khkman uml l.oveland.
City Solicitor Snyder Is drafting a general
ordinance providing for the placing under
ground of all telegraph, elvctric light and
l.,otor feed wires within the anu pre1
rcrtued In the telephone conduit ordinance,
l.e expects to have the ordinance rendy to
I resent to the city council ut its meeting
H. C. Brnndes, the only member of the
1'otta wattanile county board to attend the
tonventlon of the State Association of
County Supervisors, was honored by being
lected treasurer of the association. Pes
Moines was chosen as the meeting p'.nce for
r.ext year, no effort being nindo to secure
It for Council BlulTs.
Petitions for Ilrnlnaae Ditches.
Farmert In Rockford aud Crescent town
ships yesterday filed with County Auditor
innes petitions asking tho Board of County
tupervlsors to authorlie the construction
i f two drainage ditches. The proposed
cltch In Rockford township will be about
Iwo mile In length and that In Creecent
township about five miles. Th-so ditches
are entirely Independent of the ditches
rroposed as continuations of the large
drainage ditches planned by the authorities
f Harrison county. Thfc petitions will
come before the Board of County Super
visors at Its adjourned meeting on Feb
ruary 16. They were each signed by more
than 100 owner of land which will be
benefited by tho ditches and against which
the cost of the construction will be as
Confmtssioner Wat'.les of Harrison
county and Manager Klrbln of the Smltb
. . , ,,. . ,,t,,,i,tir, 1
Land company have been In consultation .
with the authorities
county relative to the proposed drainage
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Qlicnes as recoiuiueuutu v, v '!
They will be present at the j
eetlng of the board next month, when j
r. Cook's report will be submitted to the
upervlsors. The Smith Land company Is
an extensive owner ot land on the Mis
souri river bottoms, which would be greatly
benefited by the construction of the pre
posed drainage ditches.
Bluffs Buys in Navy.
Three Council Bluffs ooya have enlisted
la the navy through the recruiting station
here. J. N. Cb.rniss of 418 East Broad
way, a member of the tkdge Light Guards,
living passed the necessary examination,
luft last evening for New York to serve
Ms time aa a hosplttl apprentice. J. G.
Etlil of SOt Aver.ua C and C. J. Brown
el 1509 High street have enlisted as sailors
bod will 4m sent to Norfolk. Vs., where
they will enter the landsmen training de-
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panmem oi ine uavy. i.. ib-bmiu tuai iwi
other boys ' from Council Bluffs, . fearing
that their parents would try to prevent
thera If they knew of It, enlisted In Omabe.
The recruiting office In the federal build-
Ing. which was In charge of Boatswain
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Angus, was cio.ed yesterday noon. From .
1 ere Boatswain Angus went to Pierre
Laacheon for Cummlus.
Governor A. B. Cummin, was the guest
cf honor at a luncheon given at the Grand
hotel yesterday by lieputy Fish and Game
Warden Ed C. Brown of this city. Those
present beside, the governor and host were.
Hon. W. E. Balnbrtdge, assistant secretary
of the American legation at Pekin, China;
Mayor Dell G. Morgan, Colonel C. G. Saun
ders. Judge O. H. Bcott. George S. Wright.
Charles Cornelius. W. M. Frederick, James
I. Henry and State Brnator T. Hcaly of
Fort Dodge. Governor Cummins returned
to Des Mollies last evening.
HEW THEATER! ABrALU
Tou searchlight, there's a .how.
ONE WKEK, BTARTINC MONDAY. FKB-
THE KA1R MAHATMA.
ANNA EVE FAY
An unexjjlalnable entertainment. Mar
coni, Keller and mttdern mufc-lrUiia outuoue.
Including nirjaimri to and from audience
without the uso ot wires. Night prlcs,
Bpeclul Matinees Wt-dnreday and Satur
day exclusively for ladwg. All avatH Sc.
laOiea admitted free Monday night If ac
companied by a paid -c ticket.
M Pearl Council Bluffs 'Phone f
NAME BENDER PRESIDENT
Commercial Olttb Completes Orgtniiation
end ii Ready for Business.
OTHER OFFICERS ARE ALSO SELECTtD
Iter. I.emen Presents a Proposition
froui Chrl.tlaa Hone for the
Krecllon of pine
Victor K. Bender was elected president
of the Council Bluffs Commercial club at
,n meeting of the board of directors last !
iht nihr ..um.j vi
presidents, enrts Jensen, w. M. Kimball
secretary, M. F. Rohrer; treasurer, Ernest J
E. Hart; executive committee, H. W.
Binder, H. A. Qulnn, F. R. Davis, H. H.
Van Brunt, C. W. McDonald. These offi
cers will hold until the first annual meet
ing in March.
By-laws were adopted, which provide,
among other things', for the appointment of
the following Handing committees: Trans
portation, manufacturers. trade extension
extension, retail trade, municipal
legislation, county and state legislation,
roads and streets, public parks, entertain-
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ment, grievances and finance. They also
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for dues for more than three-quarters will
.uspended. and if In arre.r. for mor.
tfc nla ..til IX- A
ma" vnrsiv U1UU1IID Will Ui JJ)tZKX 11 U 111
the roll, and only entitled to reinstate'
ment on a two-thirds' vote ot the direc
tors present at any regular meeting.
Ernest E. Hart, on accepting the office
of treasurer, said he hoped all personal
feeling would be avoided, and that to pre
vent any possible talk of taking advan
tage of his position he would deposit the
funds of the club In the three banks of
treasurers would do the same.
It was decided that the members of the
executive committee pay 125 In addition
to the $5 entrance fee and $12 annual dues. !
Liie hhiiib mm me memoers oi ine noara ot
directors. They will receive no remunera
tion for their services.
The first matter to be brought before the
board after the election of officers was the 1 perlntendent McManus that he will visit
proposition of Rev. J. G. Lemen of the Council Bluffs ?atnrdnv jr0hr,,. 7 .,h
rh . . . v,Mn , ,,.'?,. Saturday, February 7, and
Lnr'8t"n home to erect a building at the w make an official Inspection of tho con-
"i - oi du.uou u me ciuo wouia
uiuiiuau iu raise to.uuu inwaru n. ud mo
tion of P. J. Day, a committee will be ap-
Pointed to take up and Investigate the j
Plumbing and heating. Ulxby St Son.
Matter in District Court.
The second trial of the ault of Henry
Allen against the Wabash railroad was be
gun in the district court yesterday. Allen
sues for $500 damages, alleged to have been
sustained in a collision between a switch
engine and a milk wagon he was driving.
At the first trial, at the November term of
court, the Jury failed to agree.
A Jury was Impaneled In the personal In
Jury damage suit of Chris Johnson against
the Union raciOc railroad, in which the
plaintiff sues for $2,000 for Injuries al
leged to have been received while operat
ing a pneumatic Jack In the local railroad
yards. After the plaintiff hid presented his
testimony an amendment to the original
petition was filed and, on motion cf the de
fense, the Jury v.ai discharged and the case
continued to next term.
Mrs. Ida E. Amrlne brought suit for di
vorce from Charles W. Amrlne, to whom
she was married In this county December
25, 1887. She asserts her husband deserted J
her In April, 1805, and aska for the custody
of their three minor children.
A third assignment of law causes was
made yesterday by Judge Tbornell as fol
lows: Saturday, January 81 Fulton against Cos
tlllo, Woilfson against Council Bluffs pro
tfuce company, Bchurz against Nichols.
Monday, February 2 West against Winch
against C tterll et at; Klrby against Ktrbr
T' esriay February 3 First Nn
ednesday, February -Hln s-
Motor company (special); Bender against
Tf)wn of Mllden (B)eclBi).
Thursday. February 5 Kstate of John
uga-iiisi itanKin tjros. istweiaii
Pridav. Kehruarv RHennett o.nln.1
Motor company; Hannan against Mason !
City tc Fort Dodge Railroad company; Kis
'rda" Februtry S-Hodd,r ngalns
Wernlmont; Avery Manufacturing company
against Morey. Real Estate Hnd Trust com
pany against Alexander (special).
Monday, February 9 Woodworth ngnlnst
Ryan; Iloyt against Motor company (spe
cial!: Thomas against Motor company; Mc
Kwen against Motor company.
Tuesday, February 10 Maloney against
Motor company (special); Martin against
Uurke & Casady.
. N. Y. Plumbing Co.. Tel. 250. Night, F667.
Park Board Asks Aid.
. The fact that ho Board of. Park Commissioners-
had sought the aid of the state
In the litigation begun, by Oeorge fe.. Wright
and George H. Mayne over the possession
of Big Lake park was made public yester
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Governor Cummins stated that about a
week ago Park Commissioner Graham and
the. attorneys for the park board appeared
before him in Des Moines with a reauest that
the slate of Iowa deed to the park board
. rn,m.M Ri,,ff. thai iska ,i 4ininin
?' CtT c ,' J' l "d aw,0,B'?
governor was Informed by the attorney.
that there was some litigation pending, but
until yesterday he was not aware of the na-
he accidentally mentioned the fact of the
attorney's visit to Pes Moines and their re
quest. This was the first Intimation that
Mr. Wright had that the park board had
tried to bring the state Into the litigation.
When the nature ot the suit wss ex
plained to him Governor Cummins notified
the attorneys for the park board that be
would not act In the matter until he had
investigated whether the .late had auy
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had he would hevo the Tight to deed It
away. The matter. Governor Cummins
stated, would be laid before the attorney
general, who would probably represent the
state at the trial of the suit here. The
governor also assured Mr. Wright that be
fore any action was taken by him hewould
give 'Messrs. Wright and Mayne an op
portunity to be heard In the matter.
Clvlna Away Stoves. '
Tlie gecond heating stove given by Wil
liam Welch to his ctal customers was
awarded to Mrs. Henry Becker, 1416 South
Eighth street. .Another has been put up
ea the same plan, and during the next thirty
days will be given away free to one of his
cuilomeri. lit fore ordering your coal call
at 16 North Main street or 'phone 118.
Soren Albertson, for whose arrest a war
rant was Issued seven months ago on a
charge ot larceay, was brought to- Council
Bluffs yesterday morning from Avoca,
where bs had been taken Into custody
Thursday night. It is charged that Albert
son decamped wlih $10 belonging to Car)
Chrlstensen. a young man with whom he
spent a nlf;bt at 152.1 East Broadway In
June last. It was learned recently that
Albertson was In the vicinity of Avoca and
the marshal there was notified to watch
for him. The marbnl was surprised y;s.
trrday morning; to barn that a man ar
rested the previous night for a minor
offense was the man he wanted. In de
fault of ball Albcrtaon was cmrr.itted to
the county Jail and will have his prelim
(nary bearing Monday.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Mead, 128 Main Bt.
Carlson at Dipsomania.
Andrew Carlson of Ridge street, who
was arrested a fev days ago for abusing
! hl wife while In a state of intoxication
and against whom an Information had been
filed charging him with being a dipso
maniac, was yesterday committed to the
hospital at Mount Deanant for eighteen
raon,nB- ' Donevea to be the longest
sentence under the new law, but it can
be remitted at any time it is shown that
Carlson has reformed. The court ordered
that Carlson be permitted to visit his
family before being taken to Mount Tleas.
ant, where he will Join Zeph Hughe, re
cently committed from this city for one
Rale of Officer Homestead.
Ed Rogers has purchased the Thomas
Officer homestead on Willow avenue, front
ing Baylies park, and intends to occupy
it as a residence. The consideration was
is inn Thn -.... w
h ". nm S, I u
Thomas Officer for many years up to the
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t,mo of nll death. It was later turned
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stead, which public opinion appears to se
lect as the most deslrsble site for the new
Carnegie public library building.
Thieves Again Visit l.oaeth .
Thieves visited the shoe shop of Chris
Loseth at 616 Sixteenth avenue Thursday
night for the second time wilhin three
weeks. The shutters over a rear window
were wrenched off and the thieves carried
away through the front door a considerable
number of shoos and other goods, including
several boxes of cigars. Loseth has been
1 the victim of thieves a number of times
durlng the last twelve months.
Barrett to Visit Schools.
R. C. Barrett, state superintendent of
public Instruction, has notified County Su
solldated townshln schools in Corner tnwn-
shlp. This visit to the Oarner townahin
! schools precedes an extendrd report of tho
consolidated rural schools which Mr. Bar-
rett Is preparing.
SPECULATIONRUINS A BANK
Experts Show that Hank of Otoe. Is
Short Nearly Quarter of
DES MOINES, Ia Jan. 30. The exami
nation by expert accountants of the 'affairs
of the defunct bank of Otoe, owned by
Cutting & Willett, has disclosed a short
age of $214,491, instead of $34,883, as re
ported by the bank's officials.
Of this sum $52,563 is accounted tor on
the cash blotter, but credited to no' one's
account. Speculation on tho Board of
Trade is the only explanation offered for
SIOUX CITY, la., Jan. 30. Before C. L.
Joy, referee in bankruptcy, today, the
assets of the Bank of Oto were ordered
sold. As nearly as can be ascertained they
amount to $8,687.
The liabilities, as reported by an expert
accountant, are $214,491, of which $161,820
is accounted for. The owners of the bank,
Cutting & Willett. admit that they p;cu.
lated In grain. It Is not expected that
creditors will get more than 12H cents on
BIG NURSERY DEAL ON TAPIS
Missouri Firm Likely to Parcbaae
Wilson Properties at
ATLANTIC Ia Jan. 3d. (Special Tele
gram.) The Silas Wilson nurseries of this
city will probably be sold within the course
of a week or ten day to lh Stark Bros.'
nursery of Columbus, Mo. Tho Wilson
grape plantings havo been the greatest In
the world and the industry is one of the
most important of this community. Rep
resentatives from Stark Bros, were In th-j
city today to Inspect the property and ex
pressed their belief that a deal will Le
made. The facts as to the price and the
future plans ot the new concern are rot
FAULTY VALVE COSTS LIFE
Navnl Machinist on Boston Killed
and Companion Seriously
VALLEJO. Cal., Jan. 30. An accident In
the engine room of the U. !ted States ship
Boston, lying In San Francisco bay, cost
Edward Lee Baker his life, and another
victim, Sanford H. Tate, lies In a critical
condition at the naval hospital, bujt may
1 no lwo men were mncninists or tne
1 United State, navy. While they were en-
I favoring to repair a leaky valve a plate
blew out, atid the escaping steam envel
! HARVESTER TRUST PROBED
Kaa.aa LesrUlatlve Committee Wishes
Information Also Kra;ardlnsT
TOPErfA. Kan., Jan. 30. The legislative
committee appointed to investigate the In
ternational Harvester company commenced
work tiday. The charge Is made that the
i company is violating toe Kansas anti-trust
More power has been asked by the com
mittee so that It may deal with subsidiary
companies of the combination.
MORE TROUBLE THREATENED
Troops Are Bring" Mastered In Gaate.
mala to Go to War with
BAN FRANCI3CO, Jan. 30. When the
steamer Panama, which has arrived here,
was at San Jose, Guatemala, the rumor
was current that Guatemala intended to go
to war with Salvador. Troops were being
mustered in Guatemala City.
One.Thlnl of All the (uamnaarne
Imported Into this country Is G. H. Murum
Co.'s Extra Dry. Its leadership is so
, firmly established that no other brand came
j within 400,000 of its record of a million aud
. a half bottlta Imbued in
TEMPERANCE PEOPLE ACTIVE
Urge Senator Dolliw to Support the
Hepbnrn Orifrical Package. Bill.
TOWNS TO FIGHT PAYMENT OF TAX AID
Adjutant General Byers Believes Sew
Gnaral Legislation Will Prove
Highly Heneaelal to the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE9 MOINES, Jan. 30 (Special.) Tel
egrams were sent from De Molnet today
by a large number of temperance men to
Senator Dolliver at Washington, urging
upon him that he give hearty support to
the Hepburn "original package" bill which
passed the house a few days ago. It Is
understood here that Senator Pointer has
agreed to push it In the senate. The bill
was drafted here in Dos Moines by a com
mittee of the state temperance societies,
and placed in the hands of Colonel Hep
burn. It provides that where Intoxicating
or other liquos are shipped from one state
or territory In which they may be found
the same as If they had been produced or
mede there, shall not escape the or-
dinary laws of police regulation because of
having been imported and sold In "original
packages." The bill Is for the assistance
nf those sections nf the country where
temnernnee sentiment I. strong and reeu-
lations to -enforce which are rendered dif
ficult by the original package subterfuge.
The 'telegrams sent from here today were
by J. C. Callahan, Jefferson S. Polk, J. G.
Olmsted, A. K. Campbell and other well
known business men of the city. They rep
resent that the law would be of material
benefit In the enforcement of the mulct
tax laws of Iowa In a large part of the
state, and would be useful In other states.
They have assurances that the bill will re
ceive earnest support In the aerite from
the Iowa members.
Will neslst Railroad Tax.
The Iowa Falls railroad, constructed
from Iowa Falls to Des Moines, but not
yet in operation the entire distance, will
have to fight for the collection of $75,000
in taxes voted In its aid along the route.
The tax aid was voted on condition that
It would have Its trains running into Des
Moines by the last day of 1902. The com
pany did, in fact, have its tracks laid Into
the city on that day, and ran a train over
the tracks Into the city, and announced a
time card and schedule of trains. A com
mittee from the town ot Nevada visited
Des Moines December 31 for the purpose
of ascertaining the condition of the road
at this end. Since then the city council
of Nevada, where the heaviest part of the
tax Is to be paid, asked the city solicitor
for an opinion as to whether or not the
company has compiled with the terms on
which the tax was voted. The town so
licitor has prepared' an opinion, holding
that the company Is not entitled to the
tax. If this Is sustained by the council no
tax will be levied, and the company will
have to go Into court to compel collec
tion of the special tax, not only In Nevada,
but all along tho line. The total of tax
aid was said to be nearly $75,000. The
company will not be able to do much real
business over the new route until In the
spring after the 'ballasting has been com
Iowa and Sew Military Law.
Adjutant General Byers returned this
morning from Washington, where he has
been looking after the interests of the
Iowa National Ouard In legislation. He is
well satisfied that the Iowa claims for
money expended in equipping the volun
teers for the war against Spain will all be
met this winter, a part of the claims
through the auditing department and a
part by direct appropriation. He Is Im
mensely pleased with, the passage of the
Dick bill for making the national guards
of tho various states a part of the regular
establishment and creating of the guard a
definite reserve for war purposes In con
nection with the army. Before leaving
Wa&hlngton he called on the chief of the
ordnance department and ascertained that
the bureau is ready to do its part In sup
plying the guardsmen with guns and equip
ment. The chief of the bureau stated that
he has already shipped 30,000 stand of
nrms to the Rock Island arsenal and from
these will be supplied the regiments of the
guards in this part of the country. Gen
eral Byers believe the effect of the new
Idea in consolidating the regulars and the
guards will be to greatly benefit the guards.
Nothing was done la the matter of deciding
what number of the guardsmen will go to
Fort Riley to go Into camp with the regu
lars next summer.
Examine Lieutenant Colonel.
The military examining board called for
this week Is today completing Its work
with a class of six officers elected to posi
tions in the guard. Those examined were:
Thoma. O. Fee, Centerville; H. O. Hoxle,
m psn trpi
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Corning; George V. Sanders, Vinton; Clyda
H. DeAcres, Vinton; John C. Myers, ICnox
ville; Fred U. Hudson, Wlnterset. In ad
dition. Major Frank W. Bishop of Musca
tine, elected to be lieutenant colonel ol tbe
Fifty-fourth regiment, appeared before the
board today for special examination before
being commissioned as lieutenant colonel.
Sheppard Monument Ordered.
Last winter the legislature authorized
the expenditure of $".00 for the erection of
a monument to the memory of one Charles
Sheppard, a soldier of the revolutionary
war who Ues buried In Iowa soil and whose
grave has been neglected for more than
a half century. Ills grave had been Iden
tified In the western part of Henry county.
The Daughters of the Revolution started
the movement to have tho grave marked.
The legislature appropriated JjOO and the
contract has Just been let for the monu
ment. It will be a simple grnntine shaft
eight and one-half feet high, surmounted
with two small cannon crossed. These lat- i
ter are to be supplied by the War depart-
ment. The committee of tho Grand Army
of the Republic having It in charge will
place the monument in
Hphool House Reloeatlon.
An appeal case came before State Super-
Intendent Barrett today from Pocahontas
county, that of A. W. Ralph and others
against the School TownehUi of Io9 Moines,
in relation to the relocation of a school-
house site in the school district. The ac-
tion of the local hoard In making a relica
tlon of tho Bchoolhousc site vat reversed
by the county superintendent nnd appeal
taken to the state superintendent. F. 0.
Gilchrist and O. L. Zlnear represented the
pialntltis anil tne ncaleys oi fori ioog
The following new corporation papo-s
I Pre fl,e' wl,h the secretary of stale today:
Des Moines Brinters' exchange, by L. II.
Batterson and others; capital. $r.0w).
Mortelth and Menlo Farmers' Mutual
Telephone company- of Cass county; capi
tal, $10,000, by John Fox and others.
Solid Rock Oil company t f Center Foint;
capital, $11,000, by E. P. Moore and others
News has been receivcj from tho state
penitentiary at Anamoaa that Phllipps md
Brooks, tho two Buena Vista county men
who escaped the gallowstto get 1 i To sen
tences for murder ,are back again. They
were first-grade men when they wer-j takeu
from the penitentiary for second trial and
were put back Into first grade. Phillips,
the negro, has been put to v ork In the
printery and Brooks in tho cell hou:e. It
ia learned no effort will be mada to secure
Interference with the sentence this time.
Tried to Prove Too Much.
The supreme court reversed a slate case j
today because the county attorny al Bur- !
lington, who tried the case, tried to prove j
too much in his efforts to convl ;t. 'Inis i
was the case of David Roscum, ulio was
convicted of taking thirty-six peach trees
and five apple trees from the farm ot one
Anderson. Tho county attorny had ln-
rrioeA evidence showinsr lhat o"n wit
ness had lost some geese two ye.nrs beforo I
and had seen on the farm of the defendant J
geese that looked liko the onea re had ,
lost, and other similar testimony to the ;
prejudice of the defendant. The vunreme
court sent It back on the ground that th" I
prosecutor was trying to get too much into j
the record. !
The following were the decisions of the !
court today: 1
Stewart McFadden, appellant, against
Town of Jewell, Hamilton county. Judge
Weaver; damages for personal injury; a.
nrmed; opinion by Bishop.
Mary A. Lessenlch against Warren Sell
ers, appellant, Woodbury county, Judi;o
Gaynor; affirmed, by Ladd.
H. H. Harrington against -Valley National
bank, appellant, Polk county, Jude
Holmes; affirmed, by Hherwin.
Adeline Ashley agulnst City of Sioux City,
appellant, Woodbury county, Judi;e Oliver;
damages for personal Injury; aflirmed, by
Q. S. Robinson, appellant, agnlnst D. Fer
guson & Son, Pocahontas county, Jud;e
Quarton; tax ferrent case; reversed, by
State against David Roscum, appellant,
Des Moines county. Judge Smythe; re
versed, by Weaver.
STOPS USE OF CIGARETTES
Alabama House Passes Bill Prohibit
ing; Sale of Coffin Nails and
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 30. A bill was
passed by the house today prohibiting the
sale of "cigarettes or cigarette paper in
Even children drink Grain-O
because they like it and the doc
tors say it is good for them. Why
not ? It contains all of the nourish
ment of the pure grain and none
of the poisons of coffee.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At grocers ererywhera ; 15c. and S5c per package.
TI1HY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR nUCH
Mirny a Woman Can Trace the Caaee
of Her Tronble to Jealected Olrl
ho,..!. one of the Ksceptloas.
Three-fourths of the women who are
suffering could truthfully say that their
mothers are to blame for their trouble.
IVrhaps, the proportion Is even greater.
How grateful then must be the woman
whose prudent mother brought her
safely through the critical period of her
girlhood, guarded her health and fitted
her for perfect womanhood. Such was
I ha no. .ith Mra & t. I nrlcle of 419
. , . . ......
I.lndenwood avenue, St. Charles, mo.
X V. .. n f ,,. n n ..... ,M T WHS
i . ' r,itn at
" - - - --
about that age and the credit Is due my
ninthoi- Jn.l tlr William.' Pink Tills fOT
t , ' . . ., ,.
' I'ale people that I came through It safely.
j in addition to the trouble mentioned I was
po pnP that It Beemed my veins were empty
j 0f hlood. i was delicate and without
strength or ambition. But my mother gave
j , 1)r. Williams' rink nils and a few
, boxes restored me to health and brought
good color to my cheeks.
"Teter on in life I used this remedy
again with Just as good results and now
we always keep them In the house. I am
now regular and I am In excellent health.
thanks to Dr. Williams Pink rills."
No dBCOTcry 0f modern times has proved
uon a niessnR to women as Dr. Williams'
link Pills for Pale Toople. Acting dl-
rectly on the blocd and nerves. Invigorating
the body, regulntlng the functions, they
restore the strength and health in the ex
hausted patient when every effort of the
physician proves unavailing. These pills
are sold in boxes at 60 rents a box or six
boxes for $2.50. and may be had at all
druggists, or direct by mall from Dr. Wil-
Hams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y
Chicago and bt, Louis
Mobile, New Orleans . .
Gulf Coast Points
Through Bleeping Cars and Chair Care
An Unexcelled Dining Car Service
LOW RATE EXCURSIONS
First and Third Tuesday each Month
For rates, maps, folders and time
C L STONE, Geo. Pats. Art.,
Not in Nature
for anyone to always feel t)red. There
is no nrri) to drag out an existence
Weak nerves ore responsible for lan
guor, depression, debility and varico
cele. IJiseased ne-.-ves, whether due to over
work, over-inrttilgetice or any other
cause, can be made strong as steel by
the use of
Theytonesnd lnlgorate evenrorgsa
of theuody, soothe aud strengthen the
nerves and transform broken down
men and women iuto strong, healthy,
vigorous, ruddy-cheeked persons. If
you find this isn't su, you get your
$1 .00 per box ; 4 boxes (wl'.h guaran
tee), S5.00. Book free.
For sale by Kutin A Co.. Omaha.
rlllon Prup Store. South Omaha.
Davis Drug Co., Council BlufTt. Ia.
HAFE. i.-.T,rrll.l,l. Laiw,ul Dnt
-M for I'lIICHKItl F.K'S KNULISI
aV,aVr'V UK" "' Walri im aiM
-V- nh bl. rlbboo. l tHHkris BUraar
ip I J latraaa Saaalltallaa, aa llta,
uoih bbj r yottr uracf )t, r a4 4o. la
Hiauf for Pkrtl.aluM. ' '
iVi ff "Belief for I. a' laa."a unar, bj ra.
iara aiaiu iv.vv, i Miuaoeiait. n,ia ay
all Drasfli". .. C'lth kaiterCbaalcalCa,
aaiaaa aaaaa. rsii,a I'm
, W FarWALE SCANS
great uiuaimy regij.
lamr; airuuRrat. brut,
TuuV. Peuiirrnyal; nut a ,iiislt failure) longest, mirtt
ntmtln.lte caaee reurrea la a tew oarat e.uu e
Bherman at McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
& ST. PAUL RV.
The number of trains operated between Omaha and Chicago via the Chicatro,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway has been increased to three daily fast trains each
way. The; trains are magnificently equipped with palace sleeping-cars, dining
cars, and free reclining-chair cars. The trains are solid, wide-vestibtiled, heated
by steam, and are lighted by Pintsch gas and electricity. Nothing finer moves on
wheels. The service on the dining-cars is perfect.
Kastbound, the trains leave the Union Passenger Station, Omaha, promptly
as follows :
The Limited, - - 0.05 p. m.
Eastern Express, 5.45 p. m.
Atlantic Express, 7.45 a.m.
At Chicago these trains arrive at the Union Passenger Station, Canal and
Adams streets in the heart of the city. Excellent connections for the East and
TICKETS, 1504 Farnam St.
F. A. HASH. General Western Agent.
Fast Local Train
Effective January 18th, 1903.
Leaves Omaha - 10:45 A. M.
Leaves Council Bluffs 11:05 A. M.
...11:59 A. to
...11:13 P. M.
..12:30 P. M.
.12:43 P. l.
ARION 12 47 P. M.
..1:00 r. M.
..1:40 P M.
..2:28 P. M.
.S:20 P. M.
.6:50 P. M.
.10:20 r. M.
CHICAGO 7:00 A. M.
Makes all Intermediate stops between
Omaha and Chicago.
Tickets, 1402 Farnam Street.
W. H. BRILL,
Hint. Past. Agi.. III. Cent. R. R., Omaha.
Treats all forma at
87 Tears Expsrlence,
17 Tears In Omaha.
His remarkable sue.
cess has never been
equaled and every day brings many flatter,
ing reports of the good he la doing, or the
relief he nae given.
Hot Springs Treatment for Syphilis
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BREAKING
OUT" on the skin or face and all external
signs of the disease disappear at once.
BLOOD DISEASE "ST r
ft ! fiii.l cases cured of nerv
UVt.K OUtUUJ cm debility, loss of
vudi, unnatural disuhargss, Suloiure,
Gleet; Kidney and Bladder Diseases, H
ilrocele. QUICK CURBS iiOW CHAKOE8.
Tremunant by mall. V. O. 13ox 7'i Office
ver ila B. 14tu street, between Farcam iwd
mm atteeta. O.K. AH. MtUi,.
In all L1. UKASES
12 years of uo
ceasful practice la
U in a It a,
ARICQOELE HYDROCELE and
II rp . urrd ti 5 aara, wltbout luttins. itain or
ll.l.aj loaa of itms Lesal guarantee to aura
you or ninv refunded. -CVDUI2
!C red tar Itta and the poison
Oil lilaalO thoroughly cleatieed Irom the
Sjatam. ti.m every alsn and symptom aiaappears
eomplatelr and forever. No "BHKAKiNQ OUT" of
the dlaeaae on the akin er free. Treat moot contain!
ao dangeroos droga or tnjurloua medlclaea.
Iff F llf II Til from Eireaae or VICTIMS TO
fli.Ml 111 Lll NKKVOUS IlKUIklTY OH EX
HAUb'nuN, WAKTINU WKAKNKbri. with EARLY
DECAY Id TOVNU and MIDDLE- AlikCD : lack of vi-o,
vigor and strength, with organs impaired and weak.
CTDIfTI!9C or4 " new bom9 trMt
wllllwIUItaa ment. ho pain, no detenUo.
Irom bualiieaa. .
ImiNAHY, Kidney and Bladder Treablaa. Wee
ftaok. Burning Urine, FreuueneT of Wnoetlr,.. Uneev
sua Colored, or with mllnr sedlaMSI ae atandlng.
CoawaHatloat Free. Treatment by Mail.
Call or address, tin S. 14th fit.
DR. SEARLES & SEARLES, 03tIA
Deputy State V4nnartao
fi. L. RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S.
tOoe asvd Infirmary, 28 th and Vase Btaj
Omaha, Nub. TW-i'llulie uM.
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