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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: TTJERDAY, MATtCTT 15, 1D07.
CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA
Office. 10 rri
' Davis, drurs.
fttnckert sella earpeta.
Fin engravings at LolTerta.
Ed Rogers' Tony Fault beer.
Bee Schmidt's elegant new photo.
LOOK AT LETTHRrB WINDOWS.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby Bon.
Lewis Cutler, funerat director, 'phona ft
I'lctura Framing. Alexander', SSS B'wsy
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tal. 13a,
Watch repairing, O. Mauthe. 228 West
NTTW 6PRINO STYLES IN BFRINQ
OOOPd AT HICKS'.
DIAMONDS Aff AN INVESTMENT,
ffALk. TJ LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Star chapter. Royal Arch Masons, will
meet In regular convocation thla evening.
Council Bluffs Court of Honor will hold
1(8 regular meeting; at the Danish hall
Congressman and Mra. Walter I. Smith
are expected home from Washington the
latter part of thla week.
Hl'DWEISER BOTTLED BEER 18 j
(JERVED ONLY AT FI KH T-CL.ABB jjajio
AND CAFES. L. KOBENFELArT CO., Agts.
Justice Green performed trie marriage
ceremony yesterday for Charles 8. Pflaa
terer and Frank Anita Salsbery, both of
ALL SIZF." OF STORM DOORS, 8TORM
BASH, STORM WINDOWS AND
"WEATHER STRIPS AT GEO. HOAU-
The March term of the superior court
convened yesterday by Judge Snyder,
who will make an assignment of caaes thla
Rev. Henry DeLnnjr performed the mar
risge ceremony yesterday for E. R. Kauf
olrt of Omaha and Annie L. Young of
Attorney General U. W. Byera waa In the
city yesterday and tiled petitions of Inter
vention on the part of the state In the
A building permit was Issued yesterday
to Mary L. Sweet for a two-story frame
residence on Ninth street, between Second
and Third avenues, to cost $1,600.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Btreyer of Canon
CItv, Colo., Sunday, a son. Mrs. Btreyer
Is 8t the home of her mother, Mrs. James
Uoodenough, litis Seventh avenue.
Postmaster Haselton notified all local
publishers that the new postal regulation
prohibiting' advertisements carrying return
coupons went Into effect Monday.
The brick yard of John P. Weaver, former
councilman from the Fourth ward, was sold
yesterday under foreclosure to the First
Rational bank on its bid of 16.300.
Illinois nut coal, delivered, $6.60 per ton;
padra grate, $8.60 per ton. William Welsh.
It North Main street. Tel. 128. Yard Eighth
street and Eleventh avenue. Tel. VT7.
D. S. Kerr has farms of different alaea
Ho tent, either cash or crop rent. Houses
for sale on monthly payment Tels. 417 and
US Red. 64 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
W. H. Thomas, Walter Clogston, T. Laa
kowskl and R. C. Feregoy are being men
tioned as possible candidates on the demo
cratic ticket for members of the Board of
Spring time la coming.1 Now la the time
to select your wall paper and get the work
done promptly and well. See the new wall
paper at W. 8. Hewetson'a, Masonlo tem
ple, Council Bluffs, la.
A two-story cottage belonging to J. F.
Wilcox has been secured as a home for the
Humes of the Edmundson Memorial hos
pital. The cottage is on East Pierce street
tut a short distance from the hospital.
A. O. Penderson began suit yesterday
against William Nlnhart to recover $110
wnlch he paid for a horse which he alleges
turned out to be unsound and unfit for
larm work. ' The parties to the suit reside
Mlsse Etta Balrd, daughter of County
Recorder Balrd, will take part In the ora
torical contest to be held by the Woman's
Christian Temperance union at the Central
Vnlted Presbyterian church, Omaha, Thurs
Come In and let us shuw our spring stock
of carpets, rugs, linoleum, oil cloth, window
hades, lace curtains, ranges and gasoline
stoves. We have one of the largest stocks
of house furnishings In the city. D. W.
Keller, 1U3 Bo. Main.
The Are department was called yester
day morning to the resldenoe of Mrs. N. M.
Lohann, la Benton street, where a de
tective flue had stsrted a blase In the
roof. The . damage, which waa alight, ia
covered by Insurance.
Edwin N. Campbell filed suit for divorce
?'0Hterday from Helen Campbell. He al
rges that for six months prior to March $
of this yesr his wife had been guilty of
auch cruel and Inhuman treatment towards
him as to seriously endanger his life.
W. I,. (Royle of Litchfield, Neb., and Ida
A. Royle of Sartor la. Neb., were married
In this city yesterday by Rev. Henry De
Long at his otllce In the court house. Mr.
and Mra Royle are first cousins and conse
quently could not get married In Ne
braska. ' .
'Word has been received here that the
condllloD of Mrs. B. A. Landergren, who
was recently operated on in Denver, Colo.,
for appendicitis, ia much Improved and she
will be able to return to Council Blurts
within the next week. Her sister, Mra
D. D. Carter of this city, is with her and
will accompany her home.
The heating of Holly Noriia. charged
with attempting to pass a worthless check
on Landlord Blerwlth of the Tremont
bouse, will be heard In police court this
fnornlng. The police- have learned that
fjorris' right name Is Fletcher Doty and
Mat his home waa formerly at Woodbine,
la., where bis parents are aald to atUl live.
Mra. Caroline Johnson, matron - of the
Associated Charities creche, underwent
an operation for appendicitis at Mercy hos
pital yesterday morning. Six weeks agu
Mrs. Johnson became Hi with typhoid fever
symptoms, but recovered and returned to
.her work. She was taken ill again Sun
day, when symptoms of appendicitis ap
peared. Conrad Klein, aged 46 years, died yester
day afternoon at his home, 4M Damon
street, from paralysis, after an Ulness of
nine weeks. Besides his wife, he Is sur
vived by one daughter, Mrs. C. R. Smith
of Chicago, and four sons, J. J., A. B. and
G. W. of this city and A. H. Klein of Chi
cago. Mr. Klein was born In Germany and
came to this country with his parents when
1 year old. He came to Iowa from In
diana In 1879 and to Council Bluffs In ts3.
The funeral will be held Wednesday at
$ a, m. from St. Peter's Catholic church
and burial will be In St. Joaeph's cemetery.
FANCT REX BREAKFAST BACON
STRIPS. H0 PER POUND. CENTRAL
GROCER T AND MEAT MARKET.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 620. Night L M8.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
. Name and Residence. ' Age.
entries S. Pflasterer, Omaha JS
Frank AnlLa SaJsbery, Omaha 21
W. L. RorlA lstchtleld, Neb. ... 32
Ida A. Koyle. Sartorla. Neb 23
E. R. Kauffold, Omaha- 23
Anna L. Young, Greenfield, Ia. SO
William A. Meyer. Omaha SI
' Marie E. Young. Omaha J
into Dtekman, Council Bluffs 3
Emma Urapp, Omaha itt
William T. Patterson, Vivian. W. Va.. 3
btslla P. McChesney. Council Bluffs ....34
The Pottawattamie County Abstract
company makes superior abstracts. Books
In constant use for fifty-five years. 23$
Pearl St. Both "phones $7.
Vntforsa Book keep! a a; for Ceaatles.
Auditor of State B. F. Carroll has pre
pared a bill providing for a uniform system
of books, blanks, reoorda, vouchers, etc., for
use In the oflloa of county auditors, treas
urers and clerka of the district court
throughout the atate. Mr. Carroll sent a
copy of the bill to Colonel W. F. Baker of
the Board of Supervisors, who received It
yesterday. It la understood that Senator
C. Q. Baundera of thla city will Introduce
the bill In the senate today.
Bt. Tel. 48.
WATER RATES ARE UP AGAIN
Special Committee Orders to Prepare
Schedule on Oom promise Basis.
CHAIRMAN WALLACE IALKS ON THE MOVE
Insists Re Will Accept Nothing Bat
Bsslseer Klerstcd's Valuation as
a Baals for Cosipttlag
By a decisive vote of I to t the city
council last night took steps to bring the
long-pending negotiations with the water
worka company a apeedy and amicable
settlement The special committee, of
which Councilman Wallace Is chairman,
was Instructed to draw up a schedule of
rates and submit same to the council at
the earliest date possible. The Instructions
also provided that the committee for thla
purpose use a valuation midway between
the appraisement of W. Klersted, the ex
pert employed by the city, and that of J.
W. Alvord, the consulting engineer em
ployed by the water works company. Mr.
Klersted placed the value of the plant at I
$500.48, while Mr. Alvord'a valuation waa
$708,344, so a valuation of approximately
$800,000 will be what the special com
mittee Is to use aa a basla for making
the rate schedule. '
This action on the part of the council
waa brought out by the presentation of the
We have read the petitions recently pre
sented to the city council by a large ma
Jorlly of the business Interests of this
city, and, desiring to express our approval
of the plainly stated wishes of these pe
titioners, we respectfully ask that the
council proceed at once to enter Into an
agreement with the existing company.
We euitgest that any franchise that may
be offered to the company should be for
a term of years long enough to warrant
the investment by the company of suf
ficient money to make necessary reinforce,
ments snd extensions, but that the city
should reserve the right to purchase at
any time. In view of the further fact that
the power to make or change rates at
any time rests with the council and to
the end that the necessary Improvements
may be made at once and to the end that
this matter be settled without any more
direct expense to the city or Indirect ex
pense to the people In the matter ot in
surance rates, we suggest that for a basis
for rate making only, a valuation midway
between the city's appraiser and the water
company's appraiser be used. r
That your consideration for the taxpay
ers and the business Interests of the city
will Influence you to grant this petition
and Immediately take steps to bring nego
tiations to a successful conclusion along
the lines Indicated above Is the earnest
wish of your petitioners.
This waa signed by:
The Kretchmer Manufacturing company,
per E. Kretchmer: Fred L. Herman, Her
man Bros., A. P. Hanchett, George F.
Wlckham, Fenlon-Wlckham Coal company,
Woodford & Ainsworth, Charles E. Wood
bury, J. J. Stewart, M. Marcus, Carbon
Coal company, by F. P. Wright; Council
Bluffs Coal and Ice company, C. H. Chlsam,
F. F. Wilcox, Hoist & Spetman, J. G.
Wadsworth, Clark Drug company. J. M.
Flakier, M. J. Bellinger, the Orahl-Peter-son
company, Lucius Wells. Sprague Foun
dry and Manufacturing company, by R. M.
sprague: c Harer tumoer company, con
solidated Construction company, E. Chil
dren & Sons Manufacturing company, per
F. R. Children; A. Louie, A. Metsger Co.,
Israel Lovett and R. H. Bloomer.
Starts Wordy Contest.
After the petition had been read Coun
cilman Smith moved that the prayer of the
petitioners be granted and that the special
committee be Instructed to draw up a
schedule of rates In accordance with the
suggestions contained in this petition and
the one presented At the previous meeting.
Councilman Wallace at once offered an
amendment to the effect that the petition
be referred to hla committee. Thla brought
Councilman Maloney to hla feet with a
protest against the suggestion of the coun
cilman from the Third ward. He called
attention to the fact that the former peti
tion had been referred to the special com
mittee and that nothing had been heard
from It since. Mr. Maloney aald he waa
tired of the delay In the water worka mat
ter and he thought It was time that some
thing be done to bring the matter to a
settlement one way or the other.
After more or less discussion, during
which Manager Hart of the water works
company explained his position and took
the occasion to . contradict some of the
statements of Councilman Wallace, -the
letter's amendment waa defeated 'by a vote
of t to S, Councilman Fleming, Hendiix,
Knudsen, Maloney and Smith voting for
It. The vote stood the same on the orig
inal motion, Councilman Olson, Wallace and
Younkerman voting against it
When Councilman Olson, who was pry
siding In the absence of Mayor Macrae,
announced that the amendment had been
lost and that Councilman Smith's original
motion had carried. Councilman Wallace
aald with much emphasis:
"Aa chairman of the special committee
I will not take $000,000 aa the basil for ne
gotiations with the water worka company
either for purchase of the plant or rata
making, I think it Is unfair."
' Paving Bids Called For.
A resolution Instructing the city clerk
to advertise for bids for the paving of the
street and avenues orderd so improved at
the last meeting was adopted. The bids
have to be In the hands of the clerk by
noon of March 25. The list of streets
ordered paved Includes Broitdway from
Twentieth street to the approach to the
motor company's bridge. ,
An ordinance prohibiting the removal
of 'dirt from any levea, water course -or
Indian creek, with a penalty of from $2
to $100, was passed under suspension of
the rules, aa waa an ordinance reducing
the width between curba of Avenue A
from Eighth street to tbe trucks of th
Northwestern railroad. This portion of
Avenue A Is among the streets ordered
Two offers to purchase the clty'a lota,
which number about 100, on Lower Broad
way were received. C. T. Peavey & Co.
offered the sum of $1 and In addition
agreed to pay all the special taxes, such
as paving, against the lots. G. H. Mayne
and J. P. Greenshlelds offered $50, wUh
the same agreement aa to the payment of
special assessments. Both offers wore
referred to the committee of the whole.
Notice of suit by Nellie Keller against
the city for $5,000 damages for personal
Injuries, alleged to have been suffered by
her by reason of a defective sidewalk on
Fifteenth avenue, was referred to the
City Solicitor Kimball recommended that
an effort be made to aettle the suit
brought by E. H. Lougee to enjoin the
collection of the special assessments for
paving on both Oakland and Fletcher ave-
Ass, r our doctoraTout these throat coughsTTIoTiir
tell you bow deceptive they are. A tickling la the
throat often meant gerioua trouble ahead. Better
erplalu your case carefully to your doctor, tad ask
him about your taking Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. Then
do as he says. Get the best medicine, always.
vi uniiMMii w easuak ;.0.1m(k.
til our proporoltou.
nues against his property at the corner
of these two avenues. The matter waa
referred to the committee of the whole.
An Invitation to attend the celebration
of the fiftieth annlverssry of the Omaha
city council tonight waa accepted.
L. P. 8orenson was granted a permit to
conduct a saloon at 683 South Main street
and L. R. Bloedel was granted a like per
mit for Cutoff. Councilman Hendrtx sub
mitted a long list of desired water main
extensions In the Sixth ward and the same
was referred to the standing committee
on water works.
F. A. SPENCEn,
Plumbing, steam and gas fitting, furnace
and sheet metal work, galvanised Iron cor
nice, skylight tin roofing .gutter, spouting
and repairing, green and Norfolk furnaces.
First-class mechanics In all branches.
Both telephones No. 800. 158 W. Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la. .
BANOAKT TO BE GREAT AFFAIR
Nearly All the Available Sealts Are
Already Spoken For.
Everything tends to indicate that the
fourth annual banquet of the Commercial
club, to be held Saturday evening of next
week, promises to be the greatest event
In the history of the organisation. Nearly
all the available seats have been bespoken
and it now looks as If extra room will
have to be provided. Up to yesterday
Secretary Reed had received acceptances
from thirty-eight of the Invited guests.
The banquet, from the fact tht five
congressmen are on the program for
speeches, will be a notable one. Congress
man Walter I. Smith will be toast master
and the apeakera -vin be Congressman
Charles E. Llttlefield of Maine, Confrress
man James Tawney of Minnesota, Con
gressman F. R. Cuehman of Washington,
Congressman W. Gardiner of Michigan and
ex-Congressman M. J. Wade of low.
The invited guests Who have sent ac
ceptances are: Rev. James O'May, II. W.
Rothert. Rev. - Marcus McClure, FcMt
Sets. T. J. John. I. N. Gardner. Oakland;
G. W. Spencer. Neola; R. J. Martin, Han
cock; J. B. Harsh, Creston; G. W. Mog
rldge. D. L. Helnshclmr. Glenwood; Hon.
H. W. Byers. Des Moines; L. F. roTTer,
W. L. Baughn, C. D. Booth, Harlan; J. S.
Dewell. W. J. Burke, Missouri Valley:
Hon. Smith McPherson, Red Oak: H. S.
Swanson, Shenandoah; W. K. Mitchell,
Sidney; Ed Barrett, Dunlap; Almor Htcm,
Thomas Arthur, Logan; John liloRtf,
Rloux Falls; G. A. Spalding, Avoca; Jumes
Munter, Mlnden; Frank Phlnn, Carson;
Hon. Jnmes P. Connor, Denison; E. J. Mc
Vann, F. W. Judson, E. P. Peck, Hon. J. L.
Why not come In If your eyes bother
you? I can fit you out with a pair of
glasses - to your entire satisfaction. O.
Manthe, 22$ Broadway.
BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR Y. M. C. A.
Five Thoasand Dollars Raised on the
The preliminary canvass for funds for
the proposed Young Men's Christian asso
ciation building made yesterday morning
by the special committee, assisted by Stale
Secretary Magee, proved most encouraging.
The committee succeeded In' a short time in
raising $5,155 and expects to Increase this
to $10,000 before making a report at the
moss meeting to be held this evening In the
rooms of the Commercial club. Yesterday's
list was headed by J. F. Wilcox with a
donation of $1,000.
If possible State Secretary Magee will
remain over for the meeting this evening
and Secretary Wade of the Omaha associa
tion Is expected to be In attendance.
State Secretary Magee expressed himself
as confident that the necessary money will
be raised. He said: "I believe the present
move for a Young Men'a Christian asso
aiatlon In Council Bluffs will be successful.
With the strong men back of It I cannot
aee how it caa be otherwise. It la a thing
that Is certainly badly needed and I believe
the business men of the city realise this.
Council Bluffs la the only city of It size
In the state when Is without an association
and In fact there are a number of smaller
towna which maintain thriving associa
tions." ROBERT BURNS 10c CIOAR. OLD
TIMES 6o and SPINA 10c CIGAR. MA.
LONEY CIGAR CO., DISTRIBUTORS,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
Real E.tat Tiansfers.
Theso transfers were reported to The
Bee March by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Henry Namanny and wife to C. M.
ItasmuBaen, south1 nw4 1 and north
ne 2-77-S8, w. d $16,175
He lone Louise Hoelok and husband
to Katie White. nw4 14-77-42, w. d... 11,600
John 8. Fleming and wife to Christ
Beckendorf, east V sc'4 S-76-38. w. d. 7,200
W. H. McClelland and wife to Re
becca E. Gatrost, sw4 sw4, 33-76-42,
w. d. 3,600
C. D. Dtllln and wife to Frank Fisher,
part ne 26-77-42, w. d 3.221
William Sehlke and wife 'to J. W.
Squire, west 25 feet of lot 4. block
5, MoMahon. Cooper & Jefferls' add.
Council Bluffs, Ia., w. d 2,400
Frank W. Stone and wife to George
Wilcox, lot 1, Auditor's sub. lots 60.
61 and 56 and part lot 55, Johnson's
add.. Council Bluffa, Ia., w. d 1.700
August Olderng and wife to Richard
E. Lloyd, lot 7, block 11, McClelland,
la., w. d 1,500
James Nelson and wife to Samuel
Thompson, lota 8, $ and 10. block 3,
Bayliss' third add. Council Bluffs,
Ia., w. d 1,300
Fred A. Nash to Robert Turner, lots
8 and 10, Arnold's first add. Oak
land, Ia., w. d $.100
Edwin Puryear and wife to Jennie
M. Smith, lot 7, block 6, Oakland,
la., w. d 2,000
J. M. Cunningham and wife to John
Goff, purl lots and 4, block 6, Car
son, la., w. d. 1,950
A. L. Stltt and wife to John Goff,
east 14 feet lot $, block 6, Carson,
la., w d 1,000
O. W Kerr company to Donald Mo
Mllllan, part lot 16 block 12, Carson,
la., w. d '1,000
Edward H. Cater and wife to William
Coffeit east swvt. 1-74-40, w. d.... 3,0O
George C. Bass to 8. F. Sliter. north
H sw4 and sw nwVi , 15-7B-39, w. d. 7,800
William Coffeit and wife to Albert
Kenn, seV nw and ne!4 Be",
2-74-40. w. d 7,400
F. M. LewiH and wife to A. M. Bates,
north H nr. 19-75-39. w. d 6,800
John J. Ulllespey to Maud I Bnnd
graaa, north V ne4, s-75-SS, w. d 4. Ml
L D. BelHnger and wife to W. M.
Crouch, lot 24. Andltor's sub. s4
swVi. 12-76-40, w. d l,m
John E. Etil-rs and wife to Edward
Koch,. l- interest In south H lots
1 and 1 block . Mlnden, Ia., w. d... 866
Julius Stuhr and wifd to Edward
Koch, 1-6 Interest In south H lots
1 and 2. block 9. Mlnden. Ia., w. d... 808
George D. Ha worth to Nellie M Reed,
lot S. block 17. BaylW second add.
Council Bluffs. Ia.. o. c. d ISO
Robert J. Huntington and wife to R.
A. James, part lot 91. original plat
Council Bluffs, Ih., w. d 150
C. D. Dlllln and wife to W. A. Cope
land, lots 24 and block 40, Ferry ,
add. Council Bluffs. Ia., s. w. d.... 40
Mary E Halladay .and husband to
R- A. James, part original plat lot
91, Council Bluffs. I a., w. d 38
Hlrs of O. W. Ptfree to Edith M.
Bently east y ne 4; north H sw4;
mw nwv- and west 10 acres svU
neV, 14 and part se nw 3-76-41. w. A,
Heirs of O. W. Pierce to Leonard A.
Pierce, lot 3. Auditors sub. ne nw
13-76-': nwH ne4 and part nU
neVi 14 and nart seVi rw S-7&-41. w. d. 1
Heirs of O. W. Pierce to 1-eonnrd A.
' Pierce, part east Vi so 11-76-40, w. d. 1
Twenty-nine transfers, total
Call for Republican Convention.
Freeinaa L. Reed, chairman of the re
publican city central committee, yesterday
Issued the official call for the school con
vention, to be held Thursday svenlng. It
Is aa follows:
There will be a mass meeting of the re
publicans of the Independent school dliftrtct
of Council bluffs at 8 o'clock Thursday
evening. March 7. in the north court room
of the county oourt house (or the purpose
of nominating' iWee candidates for duec-
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CENTRA t FLOUR. !. PER BACK;
EVERT SACK WARRANTED, CENTRA!
GROCERY, AND MEAT MARKET.
Robbed of Money and Easts.
H. O. Ward, a lineman who arrived Sun
day night from Boneateel, S. D., reported
to the police that he had been held up
and robbed by two negroes In the North
western railroad yards. The negroes, who
wfere armed with revolvers, took S37.60 and
gold watch and chain from Ward, be
sides relieving hlm of four boxes of eggs
which he had purchased Just before start
The holdup took place but a short dis
tance from the local passenger yard. De
tectives Weir, and Calaghan, who were de
tailed on the rase, found Ward'a pocket
book, minus Its contents, behind a freight
car In the Immediate vicinity of where the
holdup took place. Ward Is In the employ
of the Independent Telephone company and
resides at 815 Washington avenue. He waa
able to give the police a good description
of the two negroes who robbed him.
The Life of the Boon
ia In the decorations the bare walls and
ceilings are like a skeleton without beauty,
life and warmth. Wall paper and ceiling
decorations transform your rooms Into a
thing of beauty, when you choose rich col
orings and handsome patterna from Jensen
& Nlcolalsen, 238 Broadway. Phone LtilB.
Embesslemen t Charae Dismissed.
WEBSTER CITY, Ia., March .-(Special
Telegram.) Tho embexslement Indictment
charging El O. Soule with stealing $456,000
from the Home Bavlngs bank of Iowa Falls,
was dismissed this afternoon by Judge
Wright of Fort Dodge upon motion of the
county attorney. Soule has served a pen
itentiary sentence of eighteen months on
an Indictment charging practically the
New Church for glons City.
SIOUX CITY, la., March 4. (Special Tel
egram.) Tho cornerstone of the new First
Presbyterian church. Sixth and Nebraska
streets, waa laid thla afternoon. Rev. Dr.
S. W. McFadden, pastor of the church, hud
charge. A large crowd of church mem
bora wltneased the ceremonies in the rain.
The new stone church will be one of the
finest houses of worship In Sioux City.
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The W. Be Redtjso Corset
IS a boon for large women the ideal garment for over
developed figures requiring special ratraiot. It not only
Kstrsin the tendency to overfietlunett, but k moulds
the ovei-dercloped proportions into those pleiring, graceful
outlines, hitherto thought to be attainable only by tlightet
figures. The particular feature of this model b the apron
over the abdomen and hipt, booed in such a manner si to
give the wearer absolute freedom of movement.
figunt. Made of a durable
upporten front and sides.
figunt. Made of white and
front and side. Sizes
STUDENT COMMITS "SUICIDE
Low Condition of Finances Snppised to Be
the Yovirie: Cause.
SOLDIERS' HCMI MAY GET MORE CASH
Last of Bills 'Recommended by Gov
ernor Cnmmlns Kzpected to Be
Introduced Darlna; the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE3 MOINKS, Ia., March 4. (Special
Telegram.) A young man, supposed to be
C. M. Mitchell cf Marshulltown, and sup
posed to be a student In the state univer
sity law school, shot and killed himself in
the street car waiting room here at 5
o'clock this afternoon by ahcotlng hlmatlf
through the head. The bullet passed en
tirely through hla head and (erased the
ear of Orson Luln ot Des Moines, who was
sitting by him. Mitchell was canvassing for
law books and hla reasons for committing
suicide are supposed to be due to hla finan
More Money for Veterans.
A bill has been prepared that Is to revive
the movement to give the state Soldiers'
home at Marshalltown more money on
which to operate. The new bill appro
priates $10,000 or aa much thereof as needed
as an additional contingent fund. A bill
was Introduced by Senator Eckles Increas
ing the monthly per capita support fund
from S14 to tlii and It passed the senate,
but was killed by the house committee on
appropi iatlona and the house adopted the
report of tha committee Indefinitely post
poning the bill. It now developes that the
reason the holme committee killed the bill
Is because the friends of the institution
Jumped over the heads of the members of
the Board df Control. The Increase waa
recommended by Superintendent Morton,
but not by the R ard of Control. When
the legislative vlHltlng committees went to
tha institution nothing was said about In
creasing the support fund. Consequently
when the bill came before the house com
mute It began to make Inquiries where
the bill came from. The Brd of Control
waa asked and the membera aald the sup
port fund waa ample though they would
not object to ita being Increased. Conse
quently the committee killed the bill. Since
then there has been all sorts of complaint
because the ,old soldiers were limited in
their support. The legislature started out
on a plan of economy, but a halt waa called
when the old soldiers were concerned. Con
sequently another bill will be Introduced
and It la likely that It will pass both
Inheritance Tax Bill.
A direct Inheritance tax bill auch aa waa
recommended by Ooverncr Cummlne in his
mcssuge to the legislature, has been pre
pared and will be Introduced In a few days.
This will leave but one nveusure of Im
portance, the civil service measure, which
was recommended by the governor, that
has not been Introduced. It Is understood
that such a measure will be gotten up.
Appropriation Bills Sest.
The house appropriation committee will
this week take up the appropriation bills
for tbe Institutions under the Board of
Control and those of the educational In
stitutions, and also the bill tq consolidate
ths educational Institutions under one
board. Hearings will be arranged at once
on all the measures. . Ths bill to consoli
date the management of the educational
75 O for tall well-dcotlopcJ
coutil ia white or drab. Hose
Sizes 22 to 36. Price 93
760 for tbort ull-JntlopJ
drab coutil. Hose supporters
24 to 36. Price. 83.
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Institutions has passed ' the senate as It
did last year, when ,lt waa killed In the
house. There Is a feeling that It will meet
a better fate In the house this year, though
Its destiny Is far from certain.
Pass Phnrniaey Examination.
As a result of the recent examinations
certificates have been Issued by the State
Pharmacy commission to ( W. P. Scott of
Council Bluffs, Herman Sttihr of Laurens,
Ora L. Rogers of IowaClty, Hugo J.
Enesbach of Arcadia, AD. Parsons of
Algona, R. A. Kneur of tLendon, J. F.
Rupert of Council Bluffs, Stephen C. Carr
of Onkaloooa and James H. Brennan of
Commission In Conocll Sinn's.
The state railway commission today went
to Council Bluffs, from which place they
will visit land In Harrison and Pottawat
tamie counties which the Illinois Central
wanta to have condemned. The road de
sires to use the land In changing the chan
nel of the Boyer river so that lhat stream
will not wash out the track.
lost People on the Dakota.
Four Iowa people were on the Steamer
Dakota which was wrecked In Japanese
waters. They were Fred Cloud, who waa
on hla way to China, to which country he
haa recently been appointed aa consul,
and hla wife and Dr. Nelle Noble and A.
E. Noble, both of Twenty-fifth and King
man boulevard of this city. All were
Parmer Killed by Cave-In.
SIDNEY, Ia., March 4. (Special Tele
gram.) Hana Johna, a farmer who lived be
lweenTabor and Sidney, waa found dead
thla afternoon beside the road. The de
ceased had been helping a neighbor move
and in driving past where the road skirted
a high bank the dirt caved and Johna, wagon
and team were precipitated to the bot
tom. The man's neck waa broken and one
of the horses waa killed. He leaves a wife
lawn Man Killed Hear Tabor.
TABOR, Ia., March 4. (Special Telegram.)
Pona Jonea of Rlverton was thrown from
a wagon and killed yesterday about two
and one-half milea west of Tabor. His
body waa not found until thla morning.
Jonea had brought a load of houaehold
goods to Tabor and 4eft about 1 o'clock for
home. From the appearance of hla body he
had been thrown from the wagon and fell
against a tree, hla skull being crushed be
jam yaapt-. snnmnaa Avr w sa vsj 4 noil lsvstJa VI li.C alalSigll
fJVj II fy bending over the cradle. The ordeal through
11 II II H pi A which tie expectant mother must pass, how
vi Ll J) evr ' full f danger and suffering that
she looks forward to the hour when the shall
feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
fear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror
of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the'use of Mother's Friend,
is scientific liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders
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abbisis nature 111 pumiiim
work. Hy its aid thousands J
t.f unmrn have nas&ed this lit
great ciisis in pciicw micit
and without pain. Sold at fi.oo per
bottle by druggists. Our book of priceless
value to all women sent free. Address
BRAontLD HaULATOm OQ AUittm, Sa,
IS corset for
ures. Has me
dium bust and
long hip. Made
of white and
on front snd
across top with,
lace snd ribbon.
Sizes 1 8 to Jo.
S an excellent
model for sversge
the garment fit at all
the slendemess of the
waist line. Bust
moderately high, hips
rather long. Made of
an imported coutil In
white ' only. Trim
med with lac and
ribbon. Hose sup
porters front snd sides.
Sizes 1 8 to 30.
S a splendid
corset for me
pleasingly f r e 0
from any bulky
effect common to
of this type. Me
dium high bust
and deep hip, end
ing In an unboned apron
extension. Made of whit
and drab coutil. Hose sap
porters front and sides.
Trimmed with lace and
ribbon. ' ,
Sizes 10 to 10.
tween the tree and the wagon,. His team
waa standing still when the body waa dis
covered. High Class Eajyptn Manic.
If anyone doubts the interest of Council
Bluffs musicians in really high class musld
It In only necessary to visit one of tha
Egypta rehearsals to have e.ll doubts ef
fectually dispelled. Night after night tha
large armory la filial with enthusiastic
lingers. Equally Interested are the two hun
dred or more school girls who meet aftos
school hours for practice. The committee
Is especially gratified by the large number
of representative citlsens who have an
nounced their willingness to be "patrons"
for th9 opening night of the festival.
The first performance occurs tomorrow
night and the opera will be repeated Thurs
day and Friday nights.
Iowa News Antes.
MANILLA Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hook, who
reside three milea west of Manilla, are the
parents of two baby boys and a girl, all
born Friday morning. The children are
all well, as Is the mother. ' The triplets
follow a pair of twine lit months old. Mr.
Hook's people arc well known farmers who
are contemplating moving to Dakota early
WATERLOO The body of the boy who
was drowned In the Mississippi liver at
Cahokla, III., and left on a pile of lumber
for a month. Is believed to be that of Roy
Marietta, who ran away from his home
about five weeka ago. The boy'a parenta
were distracted over the absence of thslr
son and at this appalling news the mother
FERTILIZER MEN WIN POINT
Vnlted States Rapreme Court Holda
Indictment Not Sufficient
Cnase for Removal.
WASHINGTON, March . The Fertilizer
tmst case. Involving tho right of the I'ntted
States to con.pel the removsl of the In
dicted officials of the fertllivr companies
constituting the alleged trust from Vir
ginia to Tennessee for trial, was decided
today by the supreme court of the United
Btdles adversely to the government's con
tention, the opinion being delivered by
Chief Justice Fuller, who held that tha
t'nlted States circuit court had eveed la
holding lhat the Indictment waa aaffldent
to secure the removal of the case without
regard to the evidence.
The result waa the reversal of the de
cision by the t'nlted States circuit court
for the eastern district of Tenessee.
Is the joy of the household, for without
it no happiness can be complete. How
sweet the picture of mother and babe,
angels smile at and commend tha
t m 1 rrk at as 11 A a erira tagamet t L mvtna
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