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TITE OMAITA DAILY BEE:
SATURDAY", NOVEMBER, 4, lPOo.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office. 19 larl
Altneit Nine Hundred Attend from Oat
lid th i'.y.
MAKES NEW RiCO u FOR ASSOCIATION
la AtMttloa Grnrral Proirm City
nd Oantr SoprlatBts Hold
Session to Dlscoss Their
As had been anticipated, the enrollment I ,n the hln -chools. The Inspection of high
t the meeting of the Southwfstern Iowa i -chools by university and college repre
Teachers1 association passed the l.C0 mark sentatlves was decided to bo most helpful.
yesterday. As there are 160 teachers In the
Council Bluffs schools, all of whom are
presumed to have enrolled yesterday, the
schools blng closed In order to permit
them to attend the meetings, the attend
ance of the out-of-town teachers Is con
sequently over fSO. This is the largest
enrollment In the history of the associa
tion, and Superintendent Clifford Of this
city and the other members of the exec- i
utlve committee, who had charge of the t
arranacments and the preparation of the i
program for the meeting were naturally i
feeling much elated yesterday. Hon. John '
F. Rlggs, state Superintendent of Instruc- '
tlon, who Is in attendance at the meeting,
expressed himself last evening as highly
pleased with the success of the convent'on, I
which he di!nred was full of inspiration,
and instruction, and that the program
could hardly be excelled.
The work of providing accommodation for
the large army of visitors has severely
toied the ability of the entertainment
committee, but everyone was cared for,
as the people of the city responded
willingly to the request of the committee
and threw open their homes to the visit
ors. Miss Addams (sUrlayed.
Some disappointment was felt yesterday
morning when It was learned that Miss
Jane Addams of Chicago, who waa to have
addressed the open meeting on "The Hull
House Settlement." had not reached the ;
city, owing to- her train being delayed j
The omission of this address gave addl
tlonal time for the conference, or round
table meetings, of which there were thir
teen, as follows:
"Methods," President H. H. Seerley, 8tate
Normal school, leader.
"City Sunerlntendents and College Peo
ple," President Charles E. Shelton, Simp
son college, leader.
"County Superintendents and Rural
Teachers," State Superintendent John F.
Rlctrs, Des Moines, leader.
"Principals of Grammar Grade Build
Inrs " Principal Orville T. Bright, Chicago,
"High School Methods," Inspector of
ITIrh Schools Professor F. C. Ensign, stats
"High School English," Prof. Lewis "W.
Hm'th, Drake university, leader.
"Natural Science," Prof. Bohumll
Bhlmek, state university, lender.
"Business Department." President W. H.
MeCauley. C. C. C. C, Des Moines, leader.
"Geography." Prof. W. H. Bender, State
Normal school, leader.
trnr. Highland Purlr enllere,. leader. I
"Kindergarten Teachers." Miss Hattie A. 1
Phillips, supervisor of. Kindergartens, Des
Moines, leader. I
"Music." Miss M. Luclle Porterfleld,
Con noil Bluffs, leader.
"Drawlnr." Miss Kats Wlckham, Council
Bluffs,, leader. .
The conferenoe meeting of city superln-
tendents, which was presided over by
President Shelton of Simpson college, was
a most representative one, and .a number
it m m m nm m m vm m s-et H
a treat deal of talk about poor
wearing shoes. People tell us day
after day they can't get shoes to
give satisfaction. Of course these
complaints are from people who
have never traded at our store.
We only hear complaints once.
Then the customer tries our shoes.
After that everybody is satisfied.
To convince yourself of this, call
and see our line of men's shoes.
They are at $2.o0, $3.00, $4.00
a line that will surprise you. Also
Ladles' Patent and Vict Kid. in
Blucher and Lace, at $3.00, $3.1)0
and $4.00. Boys', Misses' and
Children's Shoes at unusual prices.
DUNCAN SHOE GO.
23 MAIN STREET
WB DO FINK REPAIRING.
WE DON'T CLAIM
to bs the only Druggist In Council
Bluffs who can All a prescription cor
rectly; that would be silly, and there's
KNOIT.H SILLY DRUGGISTS IN
COl'NC'lL BLl'FFS! Hut we do claim
to have the BEST PRESCRIPTION
STOCK IN COUNCIL BLUFFS and
If that Is not enough, we havs a
dally or hourly service with tha lar
gest stock in Omaha.
Now stock Is one of the most Im
portant factors in prescription filling!
The MOST Important one, however.
Is to FILL IT RIGHT OR NOT AT
ALL! Now Just remember, that's our
Btyle; if we can t (?) fill your pre
scription riiht we will HAND IT
BACK TO VOL P. D. Q.I
Every prescription fill belongs
to the party for wiiom we nil it and
they can tike it any pls.ee they pleuno
and compare prices. THAT'S FAIR.
YOU KNOW, AND TliKRR RW
NOT T0 MANY FAIR DRUGGISTS
IN COUNCIL BLUFFS.
TRICE SCHAEFER'S STORES
'Vr. iith and Chlcano. Omaha: :'4th
i I N So Omaha; Cor. Sth Ave. sad
Ailn St.. Council Bluffs.
I hi HI dead animals. 0ft ur K A
IOarbs t, sal es. manure and all rub
hih; ulean vaults and cesspools. AIU
work done la guaranteed.
, Calls promptly attended to.
J. H. SHEflLOCK.
GEM FAMILY THEATER
Wlncnesvr A Smith, Prnprletora
ii Pearl St.. Council Bluffs.
MOOBR VAl DBVILl.tt.
Matinee every afternoon at 1:80. Even
nix. to pi fomamea, commencing at
t and 1:30. 8undas, three perform
aucea, commencing at S, I ana li.
Admission to Outs.
28 Pearl St. Phones, Res. 63, Offlci 97
' -vdjr Attendant if Leairr.l
BU TeL 48.
of Important questions wr discussed.
Th question of manual training waa pre
sented by Principal Van Ness of the
Denlson Normal school. He opposed It
Introduction If substituted for any of the
branch, now taught and favored It as an
occupation for the pupils during the ions;
summer vacation and to direct their time
out of school. The discussion which fol
lowed showed that the educators present
were divided on the question. Suprlntend
ent Blodpett of Logan, who spoke on
athletics and the necessity for eliminating
some of the evils attending athletic con- !
..- . . .. . . 1
tests. Insisted that unless the present gam. '
of Toot ball was modified the time would ,
surely come when It would be prohibited I
In the conference of county superintend
ents, which was presided over by State
Superintendent Rlggs, the question of the
Introduction of teaching agriculture in the
rural schools was one of the principal
mntters discussed. The general sentiment
of the conference was In favor of It and
the discussion developed the fact that It
has already been Introduced in many of
ln" country scnoois wnn reucn success,
The following committers were appointed
P"lont Savage, and they will report
at the meeting this morning
On Nominations Superintendent H. K. i
Wheeler, fhen''xloah; '"'nii-itv Stinerlned
ent D. E. Brnlnard. Hall county: Prin
cipal C. K. Humphreys, TJ)enlson: Miss
Nellie Toirtwln, Atlantic; J. C. Orason,
On Resnti,ons Superintendent CI S.
Pick. Red Os: County Superintendent O.
H. Colbert. Prnte enuntv: Miss Mav A.
Brown. JTnrlan: Miss Mry Iuan. Cres
ten; Superintendent O. E. Smith, Indian
ol. The nominating committee met last even
ing and this morning will submit the fol
lowing slnte, which, it Is said, will be
approved by the association: President,
Superintendent J. H. Beverld, Missouri
Valley; vice president, Miss Vermont Rey
nold, Council Bluffs: secretary, Mrs. Ella
Chantry, county superintendent of Adair
county; chairman executive committee,
Superintendent H. C. Cole, Atlantic.
Next year's meeting will be held at At
Yesterday afternoon from 4 to o'clock
h visiting teachers were tendered a re- i
. . . . . . .. '
ceptlon by the local teachers In the gym
naslum of the high school, where light
refreshments were served.
Miss Jane Addams reached the city dur
ing the afternoon and In the evening de
livered her address on "Democracy and
Education" before the convention.
The session this morning will bring the
meeting to a close. This Is the program
for this morning i
9:30 a. m. Address, 'Waste In Educa
tion," by State Superintendent John F.
Rltrirs of Des Moines.
10 a. m. Address. "The School as an In
vestment." by Dr. A. E. Wlnsblp of Boston.
Visiting Teachers: While In the
stop In and have your eyes examined,
have the best optician In the state,
charge. Leffert's, opticians.
Blairs and Oman ClaaK.
Th Council Bluffs and Omiha Hlgn school
foot oali teams will contest for supremncy
i . .
this afternoon on the grounds on Sprague
street, Omaha. The two teams are said to
be evenly matched and a good game may be
,e"m" .7. conauion ona
ooin nave spienaia records, neitner naving '
,.,JU v i,,K..-Ki .1... " I
The only game the Omaha team has lost
this season was to the Nebraska State Nor
mal, They are after the championship of
Nebraska, and from the present outlook
may land it. The Bluffs team Is in the
same line, hoping to land the state cham
pionship in Iowa. Last year the two schools (
met st Manawa and the Omaha team was ,
defeated by the score of 10 to 6. This year
the Bluffs boys hope to repeat the dose and
will do their best. It was planned by the '
local management to have played at Man
awa for the benefit of the visiting teachers
and Red Oak was to have played here, but
owing to unknown reasons the game was
cancelled by Red Oak. As Omaha played
in Council Bluffs last year the game today
has to be played In Omaha. The team will
be accompanied by a large number! of the
students, who will leave the corner of Pearl
I Street at 130 this afternoon.
The Bluffs lineup will be as follows: Left-
lend. Williams; left tackle. Harlan; Left !
guard, Dobson; center, Dlmock; right guard, ' George B Pheps. deceased. Phelps
Ilennlnger; right tackle. Crnlgmlle; right , wag aFpo,ntPj trustee in 1867, and the Bur
end. Cooper; quarterback. Benjamin ; left- ) n)5ton forth 0Il u. petition that it
half. Cutler; rlghthalf. Norgard; fullback, , . . . ,h. mainri,v of all the bonds se-
Nlcoll; referee, Cappell; timekeeper, Cutler.
JuBt received, a fine line of emblem goods
In solid gold and gold filled. Charms, but
tons and pins. Also the newest official de
signs of the Knights of Columbus. At Lef
Heal Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
November 1 by the Title Guaranty and
TTust company of Council Bluffs:
J. P. Greenshlelds and wife to Louisa
C. Boyer, lot 2, Hutchinson s subdiv.,
I w. d $25 00
Countv treasurer to J. P. GreenshSelds,
: same, tu d 1 $3
' Same to same, lot 11, block &8. Riddle's
! subdiv., t. d 7 0$
I County treasurer to C. D. Dlllln, lot ,
block 4, Plalnvlew sdd., t. d..... Z 31
Four transfers, total $35 74
Specials for Saturday at
C. 0. D. MARKET
123 W. Croadway, Tel. 65.
Frrsh Dressed Spring 1 1 1
Chickens, pound ll.C
Our best Pot Roast C 4 t
IWf. pound DC lO QC
3 pounds Homemade Pure
l'ork Sausage t9C
Three pounds Sirloin f
Three rtoundu Porterhouse JyQ
TItrr iraunds Round "
Four pounds Shoulder
Six pounds Best Rib . r
Rolling Reef JLDC
Mutton Slew, 'T
Freah Side Pork and Lunch
Meats always on hand.
Don't forget our Routt Reef
sale, lie to Oo per pound. For anj
Pot Roast none over 6e per pound
gular -irlce Br l lOc pound.
BAM OF TABOR IS CLOSED
H. 0. Djt, Vice r-iidat, Hti Borrowsd
I:i Funds Ixtanii-ely.
MUCH OF SECURlU -AID TO BE FORGED
Vohs Ma Mow at Homo of His
Father la Coaarll Bluffs. Vhn la
a Well Known and Hiatal?
SHENANDOAH, la., Nov. -.-(Special
Telegram.) Word has Just been received
nere tnat the 8tate Bank of Tbor. C. A.
a. pr-sia-ni, nas oeen Closed tnis
m()rllln' tne notlce on the bank do say-
ini uiai ti iias iiuww iu make an examin
ation of the affairs of H. C. Dye. vlca
president. Nothing definite is known, but
It is assumed that the bank Is not seriously
Involved. The bank has been under th
management of Clyde Hall, the cashier,
although Dye has been th director la
reality. Dye was supposed to be a board
of trade operator, was drinking some, was
a base ball enthusiast and was living pretty
fast. He was Interested In oil wells and
gold mining schemes. His father Is a
wealthy resident of Macedonia, la. Dye
was, previous to a few months ago, treas
urer of Tabor college, but because of the
ugly rumors ha was asked to resign the
The following statement was made last
evening by Emmet Tlnley of Council Bluffs,
of the legal firm of Harl & Tlnley, attor
neys for the bank:
"Mr. Dye's direct Indebtedness to the
bank is about 19,000, but the bank is pro
tected and will lose little, if anything, and
will reopen In a few days. Some lime ago
the directors authorised a loan of $3,000 to
Mr. Dye conditional on his father, Sylvester
Dye, signing the note. It was discovered
Thursday that the signature of Sylvester
Dye to the note was a forgery. Mr. Dye
without authority borrowed $2,300 of the
bank's money on his personal note. It has
also been discovered that notes to the
amount of 111,600 on which the bank has
loaned the money all bear forged signa
tures. The forgeries are admitted by Mr.
Dye and he has turned over to the bank
about $20,000 of property, comprising stock
'n the bank, stock in the First National
1 1. A T 1 . 1 ..
bank of Tabor, real estate, mortgages and
other securities. The bank Is further pro
tected by a bond In the sum of $10,000, on
which Mr. Dye's father and his uncle, Wll
loughby Dye of Macedonia, are sure-ties. In
addition to his Indebtedness to the bank
Mr. Dye owes outside parties about $30,000,
this money having been entrusted to him
for Investment and on which Jie has been
paying heavy Interest. The bank, how
ever, Is not interested In the outside in
debtedness of Mr. Dye."
Asked if criminal proceedings had been
begun against Dye, Mr. Tlnley stated that
none had been up to last evening and
thought it possible that so far as the bank
was concerned none would be, although he
could not say what cqurse would be pur
sued by the persons whose names had been
forged or by the parties whose funds had
been dissipated by Mr. Dye.
The State Bank of Tabor la capitalized
for $25,000 and has a surplus of $3,000. Its
deposits amount to about $130,000. The exact
condition of the bank will not be known
until after the examination by the state
bank examiner, now In charge. C. A.
Barnes Is president and C. L. Hall cashier.
Claude Dye, the defaulting vice president,
f Sylvester Dye.
- .. TT . v in
in this city. He declined to be seen last
evening, enquirers being referred to Attor
ney Tlnley. He is well known in this city,
having been deputy county treasurer under
Brooks Reed for four years.
Mr. Dye's financial difficulties, -it is said,
have been brought about by speculation
and dealing on the board of trade, although
In the Utter respect he lnsfsts that his
losses were not heavy. His father and
relatives are well to do and it is possible
If criminal prosecution Is not resorted to .
they will pay up the young man s in
Leffert's souvenir spoons, sterling silver,
N. T. Plumbing Co Tel. 280. Night. L6
Matters In District Conrf.
The Burlington railroad brought suit in
the district court yesterday to have a
triiHlno anrmln ted for the Kansas City. St.
c, roum,ii Bluffs railway in place
cured by the deed of trust.
Oscar C. Turner has begun suit against
Henry H. Van Brunt for 1:5 damages for
alleged breach ot contract. Turner asserts
1 that In February last he entered into a
contract with Van Brunt to go to work
for him as a traveling salesman for one
year from March I to March 1, 1D06, at a
salary of $125 per month. He commenced
work on March 1. but was discharged on
, A , dpBpite the lerr.,8 of the cdntruct.
Turner states he was out of employment
for some time and .flnall' hud to go to
work for $90 a month.
Alice Clark was granted a divorce from
Lnran A. Clark, and Laura E. Shaffer from
Contract for Telephone Building.
The Council Bluffs Independent Telephone
company has let the contracts for the con
struction of its exchange building on Main
street at the head of First avenue. Wick
ham Bros, will do the masonry and brick
work and P. H. Wind the carpenter work.
The contracts call for a total expenditure
of $14,000 and the building is to be com
pleted and ready for occupancy by Febur
ary L U06.
; The building will have a frontage on
Main street of thirty-two feet, with a
depth of seventy feet. It will be two
stories and basement high, of fireproof
construction. The central energy equip
ment has all been contracted for and will
be ready for installation as soon as the
1 building is completed.
. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. Age.
J. J. Stonecypher. Omaha 25
Lee Irene Clamage, Omaha 22
E. C. Bergstrom. Sioux Falls, 8. D $4
Grace L. Lee, Sioux City, la 20
New line of solid gold crosses and brace
lets. Just received.
Psvis sells drugs.
8'cekrt slls esrpets.
MumWrg and heating. Pliby A Bon,
Pri. Woodbury, dentists. 10 Pearl strest
Woodrlng-Behmidt. undertakers. Tel. 8J.
Leffert's Improved torte lenses give satis
Get your wll paper at H. Borwlck's. til
South Main. Te 6f-l
I ;ew classes in western Iowa college.
nionaay. uctooer w. Enroll then.
Pictures for school and horns. Alex
anders Art Store. 323 Broadway.
Frver Printing Co.. S3 Main Tel. K8. Let
us ir n your w-t o dr of printing.
J The Roosevelt club will give a i.e
tonight at the O A, It. hall. There will be
a prise waits given.
tk-t your upholstering, feathers, mat
tresses and repairing done at Morgan
Klines, Is 6outh Main street.
H. C. Bergstrom of Sioux Falls, S. l,
and Grace L. Lee of Sioux City, la., were
marrltd In thU city yesterday afternoon
by Justice Field.
Seeley A Feiton of Malvern, la., havs
purchased the Crystal mills on South Main
street and. it is said, will remodol and
enlarge the plant.
J. J. Stonecypher and Lee Irene damage,
both of Omana, were married In this city
yesterday afternoon. Justice Uardlner per
forming the ceremony.
At the meeting oi the Fail mount Im
provement club last evening the principal
question discussed was ' Municipal Owner
snip of the Waterworks." Sentiment on
the question was very much divided.
Former State Superintendent u. c. Bar
rett Is attending tne meeting of the South
western Iowa Teachers' association, air.
Barrett Is now a member of tne faculty
of the Iowa State Agricultural college at
K. W. Brown and William Chesney,
negroes, arrested on suspicion of having
stoien .B from tne uavis eaioou, on oroou
way and the Northwestern tracks, were
discharged yesterday for want of prosecution.
Odd Feliows hall Sunday afternoon at
l:ao to attend, In a body, the funeral of j
UID. . OVIBITTJ, . 1111.11 W IIVIU
at 2:S0 o ciuck from the Fifth Avenue
Arthur, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
t v. iuim H7 Bmnh bicv-nin ir
h nA V-mrHaif aftamiiAn i ,1 i .....r,
Tna funeral mill he helH 'thin uflernonn at
4 o'clock from the residence and burial
will be in Falrvlew, cemetery.
A gymnasium Is to be Installed in the
basement of Trinity Methodist church for
the buys and girls of tne congregation.
The equipment Is expected to cost $j.,
and the young folks have already secured
subscriptions to the amount of (73:
William G. Woodbury ha retired from
the management of tne Woodbury com
pany's store, but retains his siock in tne
company. John Beno and W. A. Maurer
have taken control of the business and
have appointed A. Whltelaw manager.
The funeral of Mrs. Ellen M. Oattrell
Brown, wife of Captain O. M. Brown, will
be held this morning at 10 o'clock from
the. rcs.dence, 7-4 First avenue, and inter
ment will be in Falrvlew cemetery. 1 he
services will be conducted by Rev. H. W.
Starr, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal
church, of which Mrs. Brown was a prom
whole: milk rnoorcT wis rni7.Es
Final Awards by Iowa State Dairy
CEDAR RAPIDS, Ia Nov. a.f-(Spec!al
Telegram.) The Iowa State Dairy commis
sion today adjourned a three-day meeting,
passed resolutions Commending tha Dairy
commission and the establishment of a
dairy farm at the State college. The day
was largely occupied by routine business
and farewell addresses. It was the largest
and most successful meeting yet held.
Prizes awarded for' butter exhibits all went
to whole-milk products as against gath
ered cream. There were 220 tubs on exhi
bition, and were sold to a New Tork firm
for $!50, which will be used as prises for
next year's exhibition. Prizes: E. M. Zlll,
Sumner, gold medal, score 97; W. D. Moh
ler, Ellsworth, silver cup, 9TVt A. E. Banta,
Wheatland, silver cup, 87.
Mother Testifies for Son.
MARENGO, la,, Nov. 3.-(8peelal.)-The
state rested this morning In the trial of
Erie Kutzleben, accused of murder In
wrecking the Rock Island Limited at Home
stead a few months ago. The confession of
Kutzleben was admitted, although the jury
is to determine whether It was obtained by
duress, Clementine Kutzleben, mother of
the defendant, was on the stand as the first
witness for the defense. She gave details
of family history to prove the degeneracy
and consequent Insanity of the defendant.
She said all the brothers and sisters of
Kutzleben were weak, mentally and Vhat
her husband was her own cousin, to which
she attributed the mental weakness of the
son on trial. .
Frelsrlit Rna-tnea Collide.
FORT DODGE. Ia Nov. $.-(Specia" Tel
egram.) Two freight engines, going at a
speed of about twenty miles an hour, came
together head on Just north of the Minne
apolis & St. Louts yards' this afternoon.
Ono englre was pushing a flatear ahead
and the heads of both engines were burled
about six feet In the car after the cras'i.
The train crews .lumped and all escaped
serious Injury. The engines were badly
demolished and the fiatcar entirely ruined.
Traffic was delayed four hours.
Fatal Accident to Hunter.
KEOKUK, la., Nov. S.-(Speelal.) Sher
man C. Hansen, a duck hunter, was in
stantly killed while returning from a hunt
ing trip1 up the river. His companion.
Marry Kelley, a 15-year-old boy, who was
In the boat, claims that Hansen acctd-mtly
shot hlmBelf whllo handling his shotgun.
Esraa to Address Elks.
LOGAN. la.. Nov. 3. (Special.) Attorney
Gooree W. Egan of Logan has been secured
to address a meeting of the F.Iks to be held
at Boone on the afternoon of Sunday, De
I.a ;rlppe Thrfce Cared.
"I have had the grip three different
times," nays Mrs. Thomas Clcland of Alli
ance, Ohio, "and waa left with a bad cough.
Every time I was cured by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and I can
not speak too highly ot this valuable medi
cine." Whnllns Bark Reports.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. J.-The whaling
knrlr 1 1 nnwla, , rrll'orl t f h t d M.rt
yesterday. Its tetl catch for the cruise
win aegreaate only 7W oarreis ot oil and
l.SuO pounds of bone.
Sir Casper Pnrdoa Clark Arrives.
NEW YORK. Nov. S 8ir Casper Purdon
Clarke. dirctor of the Metropolitan Mu
seum of Art. arrived nere today on the
steamer Cedrio from Liverpool.
Bank Robbers la Missouri.
BEDALIA. Mo., Nov. I. Robbers early
intinv wrecKen me vault and sate of the
Bank of Creighton. Crei ;hton, Cass
couuty, and escaped with $4,(Xi0.
The Best Place to
is the place where you can get the best goods for your money
and where the prices are the lowest, just as we indicate below:
ORANGES! ORANGES! ORANGES! Per dozen 15c
Pears, per peck
Good Cooking Apples, peck
21 lbs, Sugar for 9
4 cans of best Atlantic Corn.
3 cans of best Atlantic Peas.
20o Ealuiuu, 3 cans for
8-lb. cans saur kraut for. . . .
4 lbs. of best Rice
30c Broom for
Strictly Fresh Country Eggs.
Storage Eggs, per doz
A No. 1 Country Butter, 3 lbs.
Good Butter, per lb
Potatoes, per bushel....
Sweet Potatoes, per peck
unions, per peck
GLEN AVENUE GROCERY
236 WEST BROADWAY. TEL. 1C8.
WARDS OF STATE INCREASE
Two Itsans Hc-piUls Onlj Onsi to Show
Cecriata in Fopulatioa. 1
RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR IN rtRURBVN BOUGHT
Pharmacy Department Taraa Sarplas
Kees into Treaaary, Belaa; the
Only One to how Receipts
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES M01.NE3. Nov. 1. (Special.) In
mates are on the Increase in the state In
stitutions. Cherokee Insane hospital
shows a decrease of two for the past
month over the month previous, and
Clarlnda shows a decrease of seven, and
all the rest that have reported to the
State Board of Control havs made gains
In population. The population for the
winter months la usually greater, but the
steady increase la giving the members of
the State Board of Control considerable
thought. The population is larger now
than ever before, and still Increasing. The
reports thus far received show the popu-
ltttfon ot the Institutions to be as follows.
r.na ui js.nu ui
Cherokee Insane hospital
Cherokee Inebriate ward.
Olenwood Feeble Minded.
. Independence Inebriate 21
; C,l.B.r,nda Insane
The report from the Anamosa school
shows the same conditions as at Fort
Madison, where the higher classes must
be abandoned to furnish Instruction for
the more illiterate, who are In greater
need of the education.
Paroles Cllatoa Attorney.
Governor Cummins has paroled Julius
Prlngle, a Clinton attorney, who was sent
to the penitentiary a year ago on the
charge of defrauding bis clients. Prlngle
was released on the ground that he engage
In respectable employment, but he cannot
again practice law In the state.
The Des Moines Interurban company has
eompleted the purchase of the right-of-way
from Woodbine to Boone, completing
the proposed line from this city to Boone
by Interurban. It Is expected the cost of
construction' will be heavy, but It Is
claimed" that all arrangements have been
made for bonds for the new road, and the
construction work will be carried forward
as rapidly as possible after the surveys
are completed. The line will be in opera
tion the full length to Boone some time
It wss given out today that the Rock
Island, which recently abandoned Its Inter
urban service by steam trains between this
city and Indlanola, has decided to organise
a subsidiary company to take over under
lease the track from this city to Winter
set and Indlanola. This would avoid the
charge of discrimination In the matter of
rates that was formerly raised by towns
not having the interurban service. Two
other companies are seeking Interurban
right-of-way to Indlanola by electric line.
Favors Governor's Plaa.
Dr. I. N. McCash, superintendent of the
Anti-Saloon league, said today that he
was in favor of ths governor's plan to
give ths state executive authority to re
move county officials who failed to en
force the liquor laws and that the league
would likely support any measure of that
Want to Settle Case.
The mother of Howard Wittell, the small
boy who was shot by a city detective,
claimed today that she had been ap
pronched by agents of Detective Brothers
to get her for a consideration to drop the
prosecution. At the time of the shooting
a great deal of resentment against the
detective was raised by the affair. The
boy will not be able to got out of the
hospital for soma weeks yet.
Congressman's Brother Dead.
Word was received here today of the
death at Ingersolli Okl., of Milton Hull, a
brother of Congressman J. A. T. Hull of
this city. Congressman Hull is under
going a slight operation on his eye and
will be unable to attend the funeral. Mrs.
Dr. Potter, a sister. Is also Hi and cannot
attend. The death of Milton Hull followed
Will Give an Opera.
Prof. FltsgeraM, superintendent of the
Industrial School for Girls at Mltchellville,
has written an opera, "The Frolic of ths
Fairies," which the girls ot the Institution
will give soon. It is Intended to Invite all
the state officials to attend.
More Troops to Kort.
Ths four troops of cavalry now detached
for other duty will be brought to Fort Dos
Moines In a short time, because of the
rapid progress that is being made In ths
erection of the additional buildings. Ths
buildings will be nearly enough completed
by December 1 that all tiae troops can bo
Ono Department la Proflt.
The biennial report of the pharmacy de
partment shows that it has been a profit to
the state, and It Is the only department
that has been profitable. The report shows
that at the end of the biennial period tnere
was on hand $3,784.09, which was a clear
proflt to the state. Ths department collects
fees for the issuing of licenses and re
newals. During the year ending June 3u.
1606. the department received In fees $30,-
Last Supreme) Effort.
In a last supreme effort to cure Constipa
tion, biliousness, etc., take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Sc. For sale by Sherman A
McConell Drug Co. ,
Canllff Will Get Six Years.
PITTSm'RQ, Noy. $. It was announced
today by the district attorney's office that
toward u. cuniirte, tne express ronner,
j would be sentenced on November 11. Cun-
II fie, who pleaded guilty to two charges of
Mb. pall of Lard 25e
Best Bacon, Swift's or Armour's,
per lb 13He
Solid Meat Oysters, per quart 85c
Dressed Spring Chickens or liens,
per lb , 11c
Cranberries, per quart 10c
Gold Medal ,
Whllo Rose ,
Ttt I0D Hi.
( run of th Valley
Saow Flak, er sark , ,t.l5
and CwHeaft SarkeS
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY -
Fork Roast, per pound
cr Crackers, Cm.
per pound uu
Soda Crackers, r
per pound Uu
Ginger Snaps, Cp
per pound ub
2 cans Peas
2 cans Sugar Corn 1C
RY OUR CENTRAL FLOUR -f OC
Every Cack Warranted, per s'k Y lnL3
larceny, can be sentenced to only six
years In the penitentiary.
LOCOMOTIVE BOILER EXPLODES
Freight Train Wreeked Near Ennla,
Tea., Whllo Rnnnlna at Fall
ENNI8, Tex., Nov. J. While running un
der a full head of steam, freight engine No.
410, north-bound on the Houston Texas
Central railroad, was blown to pieces by
the explosion of the boiler today at 8:30
o'clock, three miles south of Ennls.
Practically the entire train was derailed,
seven of the cars were ditched and four
of them totally destroyed.
D. Davenport, an engineer, and C. M.
Glenn, a brakeman, were killed. H. C. Tay
lor, a fireman, was probably fatally In
jured. Heavy Deal In Coal Land.
UNIONTOWN, Pa.. Nov. 3. The sale of
B.oeo acres of coal land, one of the largest
coal deals ever consumnared by local coal
men, was closed yesterday. The property
Is located In Monogahela and Marion coun
21 POUNDS SUGAR FOR. .
Oyster Crackers, per lb So
Soda Crackers, per lb Be
Ginger Snaps, per lb Be
Two cans of Peas (or 1 Be
t cans of Sugar Corn for 25c
3ood Tea, per lb. . 12 He
N'avy Beans, 8 lbs. for 25c
Diamond C, Beat 'Em All and
Swift's Pride Soap, 10 bars
Gold Medal, per sack $1.20
Meadow Gold, per sack $1.20
Pii Grocery ai Meal 11
THE ORVIS MARKET AND GROCERY
S37 W. BROADWAY 'PHONE 40
FRESH PORK ROAST, per pound .....Cc
6 pounds good Steak 25c
3 pounds Round Steak 25c
3 pounds Sirloin Steak 25c
Pot Roast, per pound 6c
Boiling Beef, per pound ... .2Hc
20 pounds Sugar 91.00
Good Tea, per pound 15c
Oyster Crackers, per pound. . . ,5c
New Kraut, per quart Be
Less Than the One Way Rate
for the Round Trip
...TO MANY POINTS IN...
ALABAMA, GEORGIA, KENTUCKY, MISSISSIPPI.
IIOHTH CARGUHA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
TEWiESSEE, V1RGIHIA AND LOUISIANA
GOLD NOVCNDGR 7th, 1905
Shortest snd quickest routs. Solid road-bed rock ballast,
trains solid vestibule.
Tor all Information call at Wabash City Ticket Office, 1601
Farnam street, or address:
HARRY B. MOORES, O. A. P. D. Wabssh R. R.
G00-602 W. Broadway.
Breakfast Bacon, 1 1 1 n
per pound I 1 2"
ties, W. Va., and the price paid by tha
syndicate-is said to be $2,&00,0m).
ASTOR PAYS JTHE ALIEN TAX
Former American la Charged Two
Dollars to Re-enter the Valted
NEW TORK, Nov. S. William Astor, son
of William Waldorf Astor, was called on to
pay a $3 tax as an alien today before being
admitted Into the United States. This tax
was levied on the section of the fnited
States laws requiring a bead tax of $2 for
every alien landing In this country. Wil
liam Waldorf Astor, one of the largest hold
ers of real estate In this city, lives In Lon
don, and some years ago renounced his
American citizenship and became a British
Smallpox at Jaaesvllle,
JANE8VILLE. Wis., Nov. I. Ths Stats
Institute for the Blind was closely quaran
tined today on account of smallpox. The
State Board of Health waa summoned to
take action to prevent spreading of ths
eau w. uroaaway. ji
Cream of the Valley, per
Blue Bell, per sack fl.20
Every sack warranted.
Beef Roast, per lb 6c
Boiling Beef, per lb 2 He
6 pounds of goods Steak. . . . .2Bc
3 pounds Round Steak 25c
3 pounds Sirloin Steak 25c
Prime Rib Roast, per lb te
Veal Steak, per lb He
Bulk Oysters, per quart 2.V
Good Butter, per lb .20c
Veal Stew, per pound Be
Good Butter, per pound ...20o
Prime Rib Roast, per pound..... 6c
Lamb Stew, per pound 4ti
Veal Steak, per pound 8c
Bulk Oysters, per quart 25c
Soap, 10 bars for .25c
Navy Beans, 6 pounds for 25c
Dressed Spring Chickens, per lb. lie
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