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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1903)
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CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA.
MAKE CUASCE IS PROGRAM
Hetty Eaim Have Made the Eoad to tha
MEMORIAL EXERCISES IN BAYLISS PARK
Blikl, Store aad Other Public Plltn
to Be Closed and General Ob
servance of Holiday to
The memorial exercise today of the
Orand Army of the Republic will be he.d
In Bayllni park Instead of In Falrvlow
cemetery. Tlie recent rains, which have
made the newly graded road In the ceme
tery Impassable, render this change Im
perative. A stand will be erected In Bay
llaa park from which the parade will be
reviewed and the exercise held. The pro
gram as already published will be carried
out, but the line of march of the-parade
will be changed slightly. Instead of going
north on Bryant street the column will
proceed on Broadway to North Second,
from whence It will countermarch to South
Sixth street, then south on Sixth street to
First avenue and cast on First avenue to
Pearl street past the reviewing stand, when
It will disband and take part In the ex
ercises which follow.
Memorial day will be observed as a gen
eral holiday. The banks, city and county
office and most of the wholesale houses
wl!l be closed all day, while the retail
house will close at noon In order to allow
their employes to attend the exercises.
The public library will be. closed all day
and these hours will prevail at the post-
office: Stamp window, general delivery I
window and money order department will
be open from 8 until 11 a. m.; carriers will
make but one delivery, leaving the post
office at 9 a, m. There will be a business
collection made In the afternoon, carrier
leaving the poatofF.ce at 1 p. m.
All sizes at New York Plumbing company,
FENCE STAYS FOR PRESENT
Outsider at Manawa Will Continue
to Look at the High
The fence which the motor company
erected last year across the public highway
at Lake Manawa known as Third street,
will, despite the protests of the other prop
erty owner at the lake, remain where It
Is. The supreme court of the state has over
ruled the motion to set aside the super
sedeas obtained by the motor company
from Judge Smith McPherson restraining
Judge Scot of the superior court of this
city from entorclng his order that the fence
be removed. The overruling of this motion
r leaves the case to be settled at the Oc
tober term of the supreme court and In
the meantime, which Includes this sum
mer's season at the lake, the fence will
remain In position.
' Colonel Beck and other owners of prop
arty at Lake Manawa outside the grounds
owned by the motor company, objected to
the closing of the street as It shut out
their places from the lake patronage. The
Street had always been open to the public
until last year, when the motor company.
In enclosing the purk known as Shady
Grove, enclosed It with the remainder of
the resort by erecting a high board fence
across Third street.
The motor company claims that the
county board vacated this street,' but the
other property owners at Lake Manawa
contend that Inasmuch as the street was
properly laid out and dedicated at the time
the town of Manawa was platted the
county board has no light to vacate It
without the consent of all the property
As the fence now is it prevents the
patron of the resort at Lake Manawa from
visiting Colonel Buck's place and other re
sorts outside the enclosure without mak
ing a long detour along the county road
and forcing them to pay admission again
when re-entering the grounds of the motor
company. The fence to all Intents and pur
poses destroys any refreshment privileges
at the lake except those enjoyed by the
motor company within its own grounds.
home from a visit with relatives In Kansas
Klne line berry sets, 60c and up. A. B.
Howe, 810 Broadway.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1C. Strock are entertain
ing C. B. Walte of Graham, Mont.
Pictures and art novelties for graduation
gifts. Alexander A Co., 333 Broadway.
Fred Johnson, chief clerk In the poet
office. Is home from a visit In Chicago.
Heal estate In all parts of the city for
sale. Thomas E. Casady, 238 Pearl street.
Before papering your rooms we want to
Show you our elegant 1903 design. G. I.
I alnt. Oil and Glass company.
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
to Charles Duke, aged 39, of Omaha, and
Mary Doherty of Davenport, la., aged 29.
C. W. Nichols of this city wa re
elected president of the Iowa Bill Posters'
aworlation at the annual meeting held In
J. J. Crowe has complained to the police
that a 2-year-old colt was stolen from his
remixes at Thirty-fourth street and
UroaJway Thursday night.
The regular monthly meeting of the
directors of the Commercial club ha been
called for Wednesday evening next In the
club rooms In the Woodbury building.
We contract to keep public or private
house free from roaches by the year. In
sect Exterminator Manulactunng com
pany. Council Bluffs. la. Telethons &J4.
Article of Incorporation of me Bnapp
Roed company, dealer in grain of Carson,
la., were riled In the office of the county
recorder. The capital stock la placed at
All civic societies Intending to take part
in the Memorial day parade today will
report to Chief Marshal Cousins at vv'tlluw
avenue and Pearl street not later than
1:30 p. m.
Owing to the repairs which are In prog
ress at the First Congregational churcn, no
services will be held there Sunday. About
S1.U0O is being expended on the repairs to
the Interior of the edifice.
Thomas Yarwood, 1406 Avenue B, has
reported to the police the theft of a gold
watch charm. He believes It was nipped
from his watch chain while attending the
Wild West show Wednesday night.
A telegram to Sheriff Cousins yesterday
stated that an attempt had been made to
rob the Citixens' bank of Henderson. Mills
county, Thursday night, and warning him
to be on the lookout for the ro,bbera.
Mrs. J. T. Stewart and daughter. Mis
Khxabeth Stewart, are home trom an ex
tended southern and eastern trip. They
are accompanied by Mrs. Rippley of In
dianapolis, who will be their guest for sev
The funeral of J. B. Lewis, formerly of
this city, who died at his home In Walnut,
Thursday, will bo held this morning from
the Rock Island depot on the arrival of
the remains on the train reaching here at
11:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Fairvlew
Jacob Kekles has been appointed Janitor
of the federal building to fill the vacancy
caused by the reslpnatlon of Phil Betx.
The appointment will take effect June 1
and comes as the result of the civil service
examination recently held at the post
office lor this position.
Andrew Hansen has taken out a building
permit for the erection of a one-tory frame
cottage In the outhwestern part of the
rlty to cost 1500, and Hugh Brown has ob
tained a permit for the erection of a 13,000
two-story frame residence on South Sixth
street, opposite the postofflce.
A meeting of the Council Bluffs Grape
Growers' Shipping association -will be held
this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the head
quarters of the association at 134 East
Broadway. It is expected that each mem
ber will have made an examination of his
fruit o as to be able to give an intelligent
report as to Its condition.
The hearing or rnomas iur
mer city detective, charged with being im
plicated In the trouble on South Main
street during the strike of the teamsters,
was concluded yesterday In the court of
Justice Ouren and by. him taken under
advisement. Callnghair made art address
to the court in ins ' oeiense lasun; uftr
half an hour. Several1 business men -testified
as to Callaghan good record as an,
officer. The case against L. A. Hutchlns,
charged with being implicated In the same
trouble, was taken on a change of venue
to the court of Justice Carson.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby at 80s.
Real Estate Transfer:';'
These transfers were filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
Squire, 101 Pearl street:
Iowa Town!"lte company to Peter Eh-
lers, out lot B In ureat western aaa
to Mlnden, w d .$125
D. J. Smith and wife to H. J. Smith,
1.286 acre in lot z, Auditor s bud 01 eey
ntSi 8-74-43, w d 216
Two transfers, aggregating 1341
WORRY AND. BREAKDOWN
Lighter and ,More; Healthful Amuse
ments Seeded to Counteract
BLOCKS TELEPHONE SALE
Court Holds Treasurer Took Wrong Course
to Collect Taxes.
PROGRESS ON IOWA BUILDING AT FAIR
Monument Commission In Doubt About
Recasting; Bronses for Monu
ments on Shlloh Battle-fteld.
Y. Plumbing Co. Ts. 254. Night. FT.
MATHESON IS OUT ON BAIL
Court Reduces Bond to SS.OOO, Which
1 Furnished by Father and
George Matheson, the young man who
hot and seriously wounded Deputy Sheriff
Baker of this city at Weston, was re
leased from the county Jail last evening
on furnishing bonds In the sum of $5,000.
His sureties were, his father, Henry Mathe
son, and John F. Garner of Gamer town
ship, the latter a wealthy farmer of this
Young Matheson's ball, when Indicted by
the grand Jury on a charge of assault with
Intent to commit murder, had been placed
at $10,000, but his attorneys yesterday ap
plied to the court to have this amount
reduced. They asked that it be reduced to
CtOO and declared to the court that despite
all that had been said against the young
man, they would be able to show on hi
trial that he waa not guilty a charged
and that the shooting was purely acci
dental. The application to reduce the ball
to this amount' was opposed by the county
authorities, who Insisted that the shooting
of the officer was a premeditated act on
the part of young Matheson.
Counsel for the- young man also con
tended that the ball was excessive and that
It would be difficult for the relatives of
Matheson to furnish a bond In the amount
a originally fixed by the court. To this
contention on the part of the counsel for
the accused the court stated that the rela
tive of the young man should show as
much faith In ils Innocence of the charge
against him as the court could be ex
pected to display, and refused to consent
to the bond being reduced to $2,500, a
asked. Later In the day Judge Wheeler,
after receiving assurance that bail satis
factory to the court would be forthcoming,
ordored the bond redMced to $5,000, and In
this amount It was furnished and the young
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DBS MOINES, May 29. (Special.) The
sale of the property of the Des Moines
Mutual Telephone company for taxes did
not occur a scheduled today. The county
treasurer had levied upon the company's
property and taken possession of the same
and advertised a sale to be held today to
secure a claim of $5,000 on account of un
paid taxes and special obligations due the
city and county. The company has been in
hard lines for several . years. It has
changed managers several times and
whereas the stock was originally held by a
large number of the business men of the
city out of a patriotic desire to provide
cheap 'phone service for everybody, It has
been gathered up by a few persons and a
mortgage of $20,000 stand against the prop
erty. The taxea had been unpaid several
years and the county treasurer has under
taken to force matters to a culmination.
The mortgage holders Intervened today and
aaked for an injunction to prevent the sale
and It was granted by the court on the
ground that the property of the company
should be regarded as real property and
the manner of collection of taxes should
be that provided for realty, and this lias
not been followed by the county officials.
This allows the company to continue In
business, but It Is a question whether or
not the mortgage holders will not now ln-
i sis', on foreclosure. Efforts are being made
to effect some reorganization and to secure
concessions from the city, but these have
thus far failed and it Is regarded as pos
sible that the company will fall and Its
property go Into the hands of the Iowa
Proa-ress on Iorra Bulldlna-.
W. T. Shepherd of Harlan, member of the
building committee of the Iowa Exposition
commission, and Architect Troudfoot, who
is superintendent of the construction for
the Iowa building, returned today from St.
Louis, where they Inspected the work be
ing done on the Iowa building. They will
make a report to the Iowa commission next
week that will Indicate that the work on
the Iowa building is proceeding in satis
factory manner and that no state of the
union has made the progress that has been
made by Iowa. In fact, the Iowa building
is the only one of the state buildings that
Is under construction at this time. ' The
state commission will meet here next week.
The work of the commission has all been
divided up and superintendents have been
elected for most of the work.
Mar Hot Recast Iowa Bronse.
The unveiling of the Iowa monuments
erected on the battlefield of Shlloh waa to
have taken place today and the Iowa com
mission had prepared for a program which
Included addresses by General Weaver and
Governor Cummins on that occasion. But
the event had to be postponed because of
some trouble over .the bronxes that were
cast for the historical inscriptions on the
monuments. The commission found that
the bronxe used was not of the quality
that was ordered. The contractor declares
that it is more durable than the bronze
that was ordered. The commission at first
considered the necessity for having these
bronxes recast, but the latest proposal is
that they be subjected to chemical test to
determine their durability, and If It is
found that they are durable they will be
piacea on me monuments as they are. If
this is done the unveiling of the monu
ments, will occur in the fall, but If they
are to be recast the event will occur April
7 next, on the anniversary of the battle.
The commission is considering this question
now and will decided In a few days.
To Build an Interurban.
The secretary of state todav im.h .
charter to the Cedar Rapids & Iowa City
Railway and Light company of Cedar Rat-
1 .-i . . . ... .
The otherwise unaccountable, disappear- "tTTT. Drfamzea wltn ,ooo,ooo cap-
.1 Ki K...1 1. i.ih 1 " "u"u mieruroan electric line to
tra,n d lth ; !Wa 8nd ia ther direction. Cedar
work, says the New York Herald. Alas,
there are many to whom the lesson of his
misfortune must appeal. It 1 the penalty
of the Btruggle to exist In the face of tl-e
many hindrance that beset the ambitious
worker. The conditions are more to blame
than the Individual. Philosophically speak
ing. It seems easy enough to apply a ra
tional remedy; but the real ability to give
It a practical bearing is often wanting. I
The proof of this is seen In the thousands j
of nervous and mental wrecks that strew
the path of twentieth century progress.
We may mitigate the effects of worry, out
we cennot altogether banish Its cause.
The string that Is constantly stretched
will break in time. Many of the most hope
less cases of brain exhaustion come In
the gradual way. Thus the real Injury I
not appreciated until It Is too late for
remedy. The vital question 1. "What aro
you going to do about It?" The relief of
the strain must come by some diversion of
The nerve specialists tell us that this
lies at the bottom of all remedial meas
ures. Recreation means change. But it is
a great nabob of the financial world he
doejt so In th most sardonic style.
His chance came last week with the de
parture of Mr. Morgan for Europe, which
as readers of real estate news will recall
had been preceded by the announcement
that Mr. Morgan had sold his 'troubles n
Park avenue flats." Thus spake Unc
"So, Morgan has gone, hey? And be h:
disposed of his Interests In those Fark
avenue flats? Well, I don't know about
the 'fiats on Park avenue, but I'll bet yon
a doughnut against a double eagle that he
has not pnrted with his Interest In the flats
on Wall street." New York Mall and Ex
press. WHERE DOGS AREUSEFUL
Peculiarities and Team Work of the
Animal Employed In Ohio
Dog of the new world fare Infinitely
better than their cousins of the Eastern
hemisphere. ' In the streets of European
cities and In the country roads the dog
is often met as a beast of burden, or har
nessed to a cart and pulling several times
his own weight. In the Orient and where
ever the faith of Mahomet Is cherished the
dog Is regarded as the most desplcablo
of creatures. Here he Is found as the
wretched pariah, or street dog, a mere
scavenger, which, with the buzzards, feeds
upon the refuse of the gutters.
The dogs of America are not put to
work, except in a few somewhat out of the
way places. On the Ice fields of the Arctic
the Esquimau has been wont for centuries
to harness a wolfish species of dog to his
sledges, and has trained him to his task
so well that a pack of these animals num
bering not more than a dozen are nble to
draw a half ton load. In the country dis
tricts of the United States heavy breeds
of dogs, such as the Newfoundland or the
mastiff, are still used to churn butter and
do other chores by means of a treadmill.
But the American dog should not hold his i
head too high. He may be compelled to 1
relinquish some of his leisure as the world
becomes more and more practical, and, like
his European relatives, be made to put his I
Intelligence and strength to material uses
In certain coal mines of Ohio the dog has
already been; reduced to the grade of a
laborer, and the utilization of dog power
In drawing cars of coal has proved most
satisfactory. As the German farmer har
nesses his dog to a little road wagon and
hauls his vegetables to' market, or the
Flemish milkman ties his mastiff to the
axle of his cart, so the Ohio miner hitches
a tandem team of dogs to a car and makes
them draw out the coal over a miniature
The dog has been found practicable In
these mines, for the reason that the coal
veins ore narrow and mules are too large.
The miners themselves are badly pinched
for room, and are compelled to work often
times lying on one side or half kneeling.
The coal Is bituminous, and Is all separated
by means of picks, without the aid of
The Ohio coal mine ' dog not only pos
sesses great strength for his small frame,
but Is far more faithful than the animals
ordinarily used for traction purposes. None
are of pure breed, but nil have In their
veins good quantities of the blood of the
mastiff or the bulldog. Dogs of the same
team work together harmoniously, but en
tertain remarkable Jealousy for those of
a rival team. Thus, when several carloads
of coal are traveling out of the mine,
one behind the other, the dog of the
hlndermost team strain every muscle to
keep up with those ahead.
The miners feed their' helpmates once a
day, for a dog will refuse food while he
Is working. A well trained animal is worth
from $18 to $28. or about the sum a miner
earns In a week. , Most of the miners treat
their dogs kindly, for .they cannot fall to
admire the patience and faithfulness with
which they toll, New York Tribune.
covers 125 acres
60 city blocks.
Brew House 6,000 Barrels Daily.
Bottling Works 700,000 Bottles Daily.
Ice & Refrigerating Plants 3,300 Tons Daily.
Malt Houses 5,000 Bushels Daily.
Storage Elevators 1,250,000 Bushels.
Stock Houses 425,000 Barrels.
Steam Power Plant 7,750 Horse Power.
Electric Light & Power Plant 4,000 Horse Power.
Employs 5,000 People.
Largest Brewery in the "World
Orders promptly filled by
GEO. KRUG, Manager Anheuser-Busch Branch, Omaha.
WHEN A SULTAN TRAVELS
Cavalcade of the Grand Potentate
Morocco Not Impoatna- -Spectacle.
DAY 6c HESS, Council Bluffs
Small farm near city at a bargain.
Money to loan on Real Estate;
lowest rate; fund on hand.
Mortgage Investments for eale.
Call, on or write uc if you have
money to invest, either In mortgages,
bonds or real estate. Real property
FIRE, TORNADO AND PLATE
GLASS INSURANCE WRIT
TEN AT LOW RATES.
FARM LANDS FOR SALE.
DAY & HESS, Council Bluffs
Houses and Lots In Council Bluffs For Sale Cheap.
iiiMiiinn 'iiynWiii'mmiiriiTf tnii m
most wonderful feat . of all, going ovtr
Horseshoe falls, is now begging on the
Stock exchange In New York.
Otto Anderson, n Dane who has been ex
hibiting In New York as a strong man, Is
expected, here daily. He is scheduled to
take a trip across the gorge on a wire
while suspended by a strap held In his
mouth. He expect" to carry two people
under his arms while making the trip, so
Niagara falls will have more than its
usual crop of "heroes" this year. Buffalo
Hold Girls for Hansom.
NEW YORK, May 29.-Followlng the In
vestigation of the disappearance of Louise
Dlvinlero, a young girl, the police an
nounced today that they had discovered
In "Little Italy" a band of men who were
making a business of kidnaping young girls
and holding them for ransom.
See the balloon ascensions and parachute
jumping at Lake Manawa today.
uapias. it is organized by 8. L. Dows and
others. The Hawkeye Land company of
Sheldon has been Incorporated, capital $50,
000, by J. L. McLaury and others.
The mining and geological department 6t
the Iowa State, college at Ames will estab
lish a camp near Coalville, In Webster
county, on tho Des Moines river, where the
classes of students in those departments
will receive practical lesson during the
summer. The same departments main
tained a similar camp last year and found
It so successful It will be repeated.
Pottawattamie Court Ipheld.
The supreme court, in deciding the case
; of the state against M. J. Higglns, from
, Pottawattamie county, today upheld the
j code In making a division of the county
; for Judicial purposes. The defendant sought
to escape the penalties for infraction of law
I by, claiming that the juries are illegally
j drawn at Council Bluffs in that they are all
i taken from the west half of the county.
The court held that the legislature which
revised the code did not Intend to disturb
the division of the county as it was made
In 1884 and that the division remains the
same as before and the Juries have been
no half way business, as Is the present
fashion. There should be as much of ab-1 legally drawn.
sorption of interest in one as me otner. i Tha court decided the following cases to
Tne irouoie is mai most oi u mass pirae- : fj,y:
ure, so-called, as much qf toil as real work. s,ate ,Ban.t Adams Express company,
Tho cheat becomes obvious enough in the j appellant ; Madison county; Judge Apple-
long run. because there Is no compensa- oy me coi n
. . ., . , . .. Slate against M J. Hlftglns.
.... I n B . & T LI I 1 . .
The times demand Ha-hMr "r. ' ; appenani ;
- ruu.wiii ini m rnuniv juaifA vy npf tr- nr.
firmed by Bishop.
ausanna Mottorr against Samuel Lewis.
tlcn of forces
and more healthful amusemerits, and It la
. tin t .nil th. u A A I m -ntn an
- . w . . I appellant; Keokuk county; Judge Scott: re
outdoor sports are becoming more and 1 versed by Deemer. w-un, re
more popular and comic opera and light Citizens National Bank, appellant.
against D. F. Harris; Folk eoutjty; Judge
Bishop; reversed by the court.
W. M. Brunk against Moulton Bank, ap
pellant; J'olk county; Judge Holmes; re
versed by McClaln.
Ikib. Tiattlam avntna Dk... T .
breakdown the dancing class was t ot , appellant; Polk county; Judge Holmes, ar-
enougn. in. nesi oi an is mai in. n.oai , urmni uy Mn lain.
comedy are becoming more and more ap
preciated by the set. - If we must have
more worry, let us fight it with more play.
With the latest' unfortunate .victim of
innocent amusements are always the mast
Davis sells drugs.
rrrckert seUa carpets.
Crayon enlarging. Soft Broadway.
Rxpert watch repairing. LtfTert. 40 B'y
Ctlefcretetf Metz beer cn tap. Neuir.ayer.
Mrs. R. V. Innea of Fourth street 4s
HaTe no Straps.
There Is no hanging on to strap In the
street cars of Berlin, even In the rush
hours. The police regulations forbid the
carrying of a larger number of passengers
In a car than Is authorized, and that num- j
ber which la posted . conspicuously In i
the same as the number of i
every oar. Is
seats, plus a
on the front and rear platform, usually
six persons on th two platforms.
When all ths seats are filled no passenger
I permitted to enter the cr. Standing In
aisle or holding nn to straps I not per
mitted. Similarly on th platform when
' j v mm p.t. Vi.v. found rIhcm there
' - . -
New York Sun.
M. F. Merrill, appellant, against J. M.
Tlmbrell. Mahaska county; 'Judge Scott;
dismissed by the court.
Des Moines Does Wslklsg,
The street railway system In Des Moines
resumed truffle In part today, the company
putting up a temporary dynamo and engine
sufficient to run about a dozen cars in the
city. The company last night was com
pelled to shut down and quit business and
the people experienced the discomforts of
few permitted to be carried i 7Ik'n ,on d'es. The water was up
j .uv " . . ..uuw .n. .111 i j i a rn i lira
, could not be run. They will necessarily
be Idle several days. By temporizing the
company can furnish a small number of
car for service on the main lines.
In the morning, at 4 o'clock, the bugle
sounded to break camp; the foot soldier
arose, pulled up their .tent .pegs, and were
away In the darkness. Gradually the re
maining tents came down, and the throng
of Arabs were on the move. The sultan's
tent remained. A little to one aide his
ministers and kalds patiently waited, the
latter forming a large, hollow square, at
one end of which stood the ministers, while
In front of them a spacious blue and gold
chair awaited its sacred occupant.
Presently the wall opened and he ap
peared, his masklike visage turning neither
right nor left. With garments swaying
rhythmically, he walked to the chair and
seated himself. A slave at his side fanned
him with a white silken cloth, to defend
his sacred master from Imaginary Insects.
He whispered to the slave, who called to
one of the ministers. Hurriedly he ap
peared, lowering his hood; then, after re
moving his slippers Just bsck of his
majesty, presented himself, and after a
short conversation waa dismissed. Pre
ently five gorgeously saddled horses were
brought before their royal master, who,
with a motion of his hand, chose one, the
others being taken away, while he rose
with great solemnity, and, mounting, rode
to all side of the square, to be thrice
saluted by each body of soldiers. This
ceremony completed, the musicians, srmed
with oboes and tom-toms, disturbed the at
mosphero with a doleful, prehistorlo dirge,
and the procession was under way. It was
nothing but an entaugloment of artillery,
Infantry, flags, horsemen and court officials
in a mad riot, but, oa In a threshing ma
chine tearing its Instdes furiously, the wheat 1
straw and chaff found their channels at j
once, and left the Ignorant beholder spell
bound. . Behold! they were moving with
military precision, a brother of the sultan
at the head, followed by an extremely wide
row of mounted soldiers carrying silken
standards of all colors.
Then came the artillery, rattling and
bumping, and Coming to grief often where
the roads were bad. Next followed mounted
soldiers and a score of government officials,
a sort of police. After a hort apace, riding
alone, came a kald of.the mlshwa (master
of ceremonies), very straight and very
black, picturesquely hugging his gun close
After him came four led horses sbreaat,
all richly saddled, for the sultan's use
should he tire of his mount. Then, .with
some dlstsnce Intervening, came the sultan
alone, save for six black slaves, who kept
up a continual wafting of white cloths in
the direction of his face.
A palanquin containing the blue chair
then appeared, carried between two mules.
Just in front of another row of mounted
standard bearers, followed by the minister
of war and the important members of the
court. All were obliged to turn aside and
make way for this cavalcade. Century
Jfw Fangled School.
They taught him to hemstitch and they
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And how to fold a paper so he wouldn't
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And how to tell the dlff'rence 'twlxt tho
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And how to sketch a horsle In a little pic
But, strangely, they forgot to teach him
- spell his
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day to And
What 'twas they did that made his son so
backward In the mind.
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his temper far from cool;
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By James B. Reynolds, Secretary
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LL. D of Western Reserve Uni
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The City as a Business Corporation
By Lawrence Mlnot, Chairman
Boston Statistical Commission.
Public Pleas ore Qronnds
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Rochester Board of Com-Juissloners.
Tha Merit System In Municipalities -By
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By Joseph II. Beale, Prwfessor of
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Mv nlctpal Taxation -
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Defective Election Laws
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fvrt ruction In Municipal Government
By Prof. Jot- H. Klnley, President
tt the City College of New York,
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The Bducatlon of Young Citizens
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The City Beautiful
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