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TTIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, MARCTT 6, 1907.
NEWS OF INTEREST . FROM IOWA
Office. 10 rearl
BIG - BOOST FOR. Y. M. C. .A.
Ten Thousand Dollars of Amsunt Ketded
for Buildiic it Esbtcribei
HOPES OF THE PROMOTERS RUN HIGH
Oatslde All Mar eere If People
of Ceaaell Blalrs Iksw DIs
posltloa te do Taelr
What tke meeting at the Commercial
-lub room last evening to boost the
Young Men'- Christian association cam
palgn lacked In number waa made up In
enthusiasm. 'State Becretary Magee waa
unable to remain over for the meeting;, but
his place waa ably taken by Secretary B.
C; Wade of the Omaha association, who
poke word of - encouragement and cave
Ma endorsement ef the plan which the
Voal promoter had adopted for the ean
wi of funds. Mr,. Wade aald the com
mittee had started out right and In hi
opinion would wind up right and with the
. desired money. He urged that the work
ao auspiciously commenced be kept going;
and that every officer of the aaaoclatlon
and persoa tntereated in the establishment
of a Young Men's Christian association In
Council Bluffs put their shoulders to the
wheel and, never cease pushing until their
aim was accomplished.
Announcement was made the preliminary
canvass on Monday and yesterday had re
sulted In the soliciting committee secur
ing 110.000., J. F. Wilcox. F. J. Day. presi
dent of the association, and Ernest El. Hart
have put their name -down for 11.000 each,
while the John Beno company and W. A.
Maurer each subscribed $600, The names
of the donors of smaller amounts were
not made public laat night.
President Day announced that he " had
been Informed by State Secretary Magee
that If 130.000 td M0.000 was raised locally
one or more big cog trlbotlon could be ob
tained outside from persons whowere will
ing to assist such movements provided the
local people showed enough Interest In the
matter to do their share.
President Day stated that the committee
planned to secure ten $1,000 and twenty 1500
subscriptions, the remainder of the money
needed to be raised In smaller sums.
. . It waa decided to continue an active can
vas' for funds and for this purpose sub
committees will be appointed.
Rev. Marcus McClure, Rev. Henry De
Long, Superintendent Clifford of the city
schools,. Prof., O. J. McManns, .former
county superintendent of schools; J. F.
WUcox, J. O. . Wad worth, Councilman
Wallace, EX , A. Morehouse, ' F. J. Fay and
F. C. Riker were among those In- at-
' tendance, . , t
-F.' A. SPENCER,
Plumbing, steam and gas fitting, furnaea
and sheet metal work, galvanised Iron Cor
sica, skylight, tin roofing .gutter, spouting
and repairing, green and Norfolk furnaces.
't First-class mechanics In. all branches.
Both telephones No, 900. 158 W. Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la. " i- .
Commercial Clab Kleetlea. .
.'- The .annual election of the Commercial
club win be heM- -today. The Australian
ballot system will be used and the polls,
which will be at the club rooms, will be
pen from 10 a. m, to p., m.. The ballot
, cntalns the ,nmes of 'every member ! In
good standing and, from these fifty dlrec-
.. . i , . . .
Is assured vou when vou buv one
for all the ingredients enterine into
wrappers and their formuja are attested under oath as being complete
, and correct. You know just what you are paying for and that the in
gredients . are gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selected from
the most valuable native, medicinal roots found growing in our Ameri
can forests. "While potent to cure they are perfectly harmless even to
the most delicate women and children.
- - Not a drop of alcohol enters into their composition. A much better
agent is used both for extracting and preserving the medicinal principles .
. used In, them,' viz. pure triple-refined glycerine of proper strength. '
This agent possesses intrinsic medicinal properties of its own, being a
, most valuable anti-septic and anti -ferment, nutritive and soothing
, Glycerine plays an Important part in Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery in the cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach,
. attended by sour risings, "heartburn," foul breath, coated tongue, poor
appetite, gnawing, feeling in stomach, biliousness and kindred derange
ment of the stomach, liver and bowels.
... Besides curing all the above distressing ailments, the "Golden Med
ical Discovery " is a specific for all diseases of the mucous membranes,
as catarrh, whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach, bowels or
pelvic organs. Even in its ulcerative stages it will yield to this sover
eign remedy if, its use be persevered in. In Chronic Catarrh of the .
Nasal passages, it is well, while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery
for the necessary constitutional treatment, to cleanse the passages freely
, two or three times, a day with Dr. Sages Catarrh Remedy; This
thorough course of treatment generally cures even in the worst cases.
In coughs and hoarsenesa caused by bronchial, throat and lung
affections, except consumption in its advanced stages the "Golden
Medical Discovery " is a most efficient remedy, especially in those obsti
nate, hang-on-coughs caused by irritation and congestion of the bron
chial mucous membranes. The "Discovery" is not so good for acute
coughs arising from sudden colds, nor must it be expected to cure con
sumption, in its advanced stages no medicine will do that but for all
the obstinate hang-on, or chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or badly,
treated, lead up to consumption, it is the best medicine that can be taken.
- If the sweet taste of the "Discovery," caused by the glycerine, is
disliked, a few drops of lemon juice, orange or lime juice; added to each
dose will make it agreeable and pleasant and will not in the slightest
interfere with its betiefical effects.
It's an Insult to your Intelligence for a dealer to endeavor to
palm off upon you some nostrum of unknown composition in place of Dr.
Pierce's world-famed medicines which are of known composition.
Most dealers recommend Dr. Pierce's medicines because , they know
what th( are made of and that the ingredients employed are among
the most Valuable that a medicine for like purposes cap be made of.
The saml is true of leading physicians who do not hesitate to recom
mend theU, since they know exactly what they contain and that their
iugredieuts re the very best known to medical science for the cure of
the several ases for which these medicines are recommended
- With trie. dealers It Is different.
Something else that pays them a little greater profit will be urged
upon you as "just as good." or even better. You can hardly afford to
accept a substitute of unknown composition and without any particular
record of cures in place of Dr. Pierce's medicines which are of known
Composition and have a record of forty years of cures behind them.
You know what you want and it is the dealer's business to supply that
v&nt. Insist upon it.
St. Tri. 48.
tors are to be elected. The vote will be
counted as soon as the polls close and the
fifty directors elected wl)l In turn elect
officer for the ensuing year.
FANCY REX BREAKFAST BACON
STRIPS. Mtto PER POUND, CENTRAL,
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET,
LITIGATIOH OVER FIRE SALVAGE
Two ra riles Claim Brick la Old
Wallace Benjamin, a real estate man, and
O. Whltebook, a junk dealer, have be com
Involved In litigation over the question of
ownership of the brick In the ruin of the
warehouse building of the Union Transfer
company, which Waa destroyed by Are last
December. , Benjamin claims to have pur
chased the brick from T. O. Turner, cashier
of the First National bank and trustee for
the property, while Whltebook claims own
ership by reason of having purchased the
brick from Daniel Carrlgg, the owner of
Whltebook and his assistants were In the
act of removing the brick when Wallace
swooped down on them with a warrant
from the court of Justice Greene, charging
them with larceny. A. Dixon, Lewis, Simon
and A. Whltebook were arrested and gave
bonds In the sum of tlflO for their appear
ance before Justice Greene next Saturday.
Then Benjamin followed up the arrest of
the four men by bringing suit in the district
court to enjoin Whltebook and his assist
ants from removing any more of the brick."
He also asked for Judgment for 1136 against
Whltebook. alleging the latter had removed
brick of the value of that amount which
men In the employ of Benjamin had cleaned
and stacked up. Whltebook came back
with a cross petition and application for an
Injunction restraining Benjamin from re
moving any of the brick. Temporary In
junctions were granted on both sides, and
so the matter stands.
Benjamin claims that under an agree
ment with Trustee Turner he acquired pos
session of , the brick. In consideration for
which he waa to clean up the property and
remove all the debris' and rubbish remain
ing from the fire. Whltebook, on the other
hand. Is said to have paid $ft00 cash for the
brick. In his petition it Is alleged that
Turner was appointed trustee to take care
of olalma on a mortgage held by the First
National bank, but that as the Insurance
on the building was sufficient to satisfy the
mortgage, his Interest In the property then
ceased. The salvage Is claimed by Carrlgg,
the owner of the building, and It waa from
him that Whltebook purchased the brick on
The Life of the Room -
Is In the decorations the bare walls and
ceilings are like a skeleton without beauty,
life and warmth. Wall paper and celling
decorations transform , your rooms Into a
thing of beauty, when you choose rich col
orings and handsome patterns from Jensen
& Nlcolalsen, 238 Broadway. Phone L618.
The Pottawattamie County Abstract
company makes superior abstracts. Books
In constant use for fifty-five years. 236
Pearl St. Both 'phones $7. . ' ,
Dtoetora Attead Daaqaet.
The member of the ' Pottawattamie
Connty Medical society were the guests
of the Woman's Christian association at a
banquet served last night' In the dining
hall of the newly opened Jennie Edmund
son Memorial hospital. The banquet, while
somewhat on the lnformal;xrder, was -none
the less enjoyable. ,j
After the guests had held" a "Cllnlo,' dur
ing which a wonderfully successful opera
tion was performed on the various viands
which comprised the excellent menu, al-
of Dr. Pierce's P&milv MtMiHns
them are orinted on the bottle-
though It leaked out that while the opera
tion waa entirely successful the viands
succumbed to the shock of the attack made
upon them, the doctors enjoyed a short pro
gram of talks. Dr. V. L. Treynor told of
"The Value of a County Medical Society
to the Younger Practitioner," and was fol
lowed by Dr. Donald Macrae, sr., the dean
of the society, who told of the value It
was to the older practitioner. Dr. J. M.
Barstow told of the value It was to the
general public and Dr. J. M. FJmmert told
of the value It was to the medical profes
sion. Prior . to the banquet the out-of-town
member of the society were shown
through the new hospital. During the af
ternoon the society met at the public li
brary building where clinics of a mora
serious character than the banquet were
presented. The meeting. Including the ban
quet, Js said to have been one of the most
enjoyable held by the society.
Thousands of sheets of music at 10c each,
all the latest hits and songs constantly
on hand at the Bourlclua Piano House, S35
Broadway, where the organ stand upon
ROBERT BURNS 10c CIOAR, OLD
TIMES Re AND SPINA 10c CIGAR. MA
LONET CIOAR CO., DISTRIBUTORS,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA.
MATTERS IS DISTRICT
Boy taes Railroad foe Loss of
Earl Ingram, a 16-year-old boy, while
employed as messenger at the local freight
office of the Milwaukee railroad lost De
cember lost two toes by being run lover
by a switch engine In the local yards.
Through his mother as next best friend
young Ingram began suit In the district
court yesterday against the Milwaukee
railroad for 61,999 damages for the loss of
his toes. His 'mother also began suit on
her own account against the railroad, ask
ing a like amount for damages for the loss
of the services of her son. In both peti
tions It Is alleged that young Ingram was
Instructed by his superiors In the office
to board any train going In his direction
which would accelerate his Journey to and
from the offices of the other railroads.
It la alleged that he was acting under these
Instructions when he mounted the foot
board of a switch engine, from which,
however, he was jolted off. the wheels of
the engine passing over and crushing two
of his toes so that they had to be ampu
tated. Mose L. Marks has brought suit against
the Fred Miller Brewing company of Mil
waukee to recoved 6400. which. It Is alleged,
he advanced Adolph Goldstein, former lo
cal agent of the brewing company. Marks
In his petition alleges that the defendant
company agreed to stand good for such
money as Marks might advance Goldstein
In order to enable the latter to swing the
agency of the company In Council Bluffs.
The original loan was $700. but Goldstein
before he left town suddenly paid Marks
Mabel Gravlln yesterday filed suit for
divorce from John Gravlln, to whom sho
was married February Z, 1897, in the state
of Vermont. She charges her husband with
deserting her March 26, 1906. Mrs. Grav
lln asks to be awarded the custody of tbelr
minor child, a daughter, aged about 7
The petition In the $20,000 personal injury
damage sutt of Niels Hansen against the
Union Transfer company, now In the
bankruptcy court, was filed yesterday.
Hansen claims he received permanent In
juries by falling down an unguarded ele
vator shaft in the cempany's building .on
September 14 laat.
W. B. Smith filed suit for divorce from
Haael Smith to whom he was married ' In
Omaha November 6. 1906. He charges her
with deserting him shortly after marriage
for another man.
All, Is In readiness for the Bret perferas
ance' of Egypt tonight at the New
theater. All the special scenery Is in placo,'
the Intricate electrical machines have been
adjusted to the requirements of the stage
and the magnlflcant oriental costumes have
been fitted to their hundreds of Council
Bluffs wearers.- A vast audience will be in
attendance. The overture will . begin
shortly after S o'clock and ushers will not
seat late comers till end of act one.
Real Estate Transfers.
There transfers were reported to The Bee
March S by the Pottawattamie County Ab
stract company of Council Bluffs:
John S. Woodburn and wife to Wll
, loughby Dye, sVi nw4 part nty sw4 '
23, part nwli nwVi 23 and part nhi
nt'i ne14 22-74-40, w. d $18,226
Elijah F. Pumphrey and wife to Ber
tha Ontertag, nwi $3 and aw1 sw4
22-77-44. w. d 16.000
O. Mosher and wife to Helk Williams,
sH se 27 and eW swVi 26-76-88, w d. 13,400
Heirs of John G. Graham to William
J. and Thomas M. Niian, nw4 20-
76-40. w. d 11.627
Willoughby Dye and wife to T. J.
Young,, half Interest In wtt sw4 17-
74-40. w. d $.200
Willoughby Dye A Co. to Gideon De
Bolt, se4 SW4 23-74-40, w. d $,000
Albert Fenn and wife to Henry M.
Forbus, 30 acres In ne4 se4 2-74-
40, w. d t$00
W. C. Blevers and wife to Mary B.
Leonard, lota 7 and 8, block 11. Wal
nut. Ia., w. d 1,676
Hiram Wood and wife to Ira L. Mar
tin, uhk lot 4 and all lot 6, block 12,
Macedonia, la., w, d 1,600
Sarah E. Llnvllle and husband to
Henry M. Forbus, sH lot 1$, all lot
12 and n4 lot U. block , Carson,
la., w. d 1.160
County sheriff to D. J. . Hutchinson,
lot 6, block $. Cochran's add. to
Council Bluffs, w. d 696
Alia Tanke to first National bank of
Deep River, lots 6, 6, 7 and 8, block
11, Meredith's . add. to Avoca, la.,
w. d 600
John Plant and avlfe to F. J. Schnorr,
lot 10. block 10, Crawford's add. to
Council Hluffs, q. c. d..... 411
Edmln White and wife to Charles E.
White, part set nw w-Tb-sa, q. c. a. 1
Executor of A. Cochran estate to
George D. Rice, lot 1, block 9, Ever
ett's add. to Council Bluffs, q. e. d.. ' 1
J. E. F. MoGre and wife to George
D. Rice, same, q. c. d 1
G. W. Croasley and wife and Ellen
J. Orr to Margaret Fletcher, eVi
swH S5-76-41 and sH ne4 1-74-4$. w. d. 1
Seventeen transfers, total $73,00)
CENTRAL FLOUR, $106 PER SACK;
EVERT BACK WARRANTED. CENTRAL
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET.,
FHONE8 24. ' ', .
N. T. Plumbing Co., Tel. 630. Night L$68.
First Performance of "V-ayala."
The opening performance of the oriental
opera, "Egypta," under the auspices of the
Women's Christian aaeoclajjon for the bene,
fit of the new Jennie Edmundson Memorial
hospital, will be given at the New theater
tonight. The performance will be repeated
Thursday and Friday nlghta. The cast of
the principal characters is as follows:
Meneph-Teh, Pharaoh of Eirypt
Francis M. Sorbaugh
Tba prince, Pharaoh's first born son....
Mows. Act I. the babe Baby Bell
Moaea. Act II. tbe boy Fred Loomis
Iduwa Acts III and IV, the prophet ...
Charles W. Tulleya
Aaron, brother of Moses. .Edwin H Jackson
Amnun. father-of Moss. .Albert O. Norene
Jelhro, the priest of Mliiian....
Charles W. Coker
Herald of Pharaoh's court.. Leon L Poaton
Egyptian overseer Xenophun W. Kynett
Thermuthla, Phasaoh'a daughter
MabeJ W, Hypes
Joehebed, mother of Mnars
Kathertne Edlnger Mullis
Miriam, Act I. sister of Moaes
, Marion Jarvia
Miriam. Acts III and IV -Oreo barr
Zlpporah. daughter of Jethro and wife
of Moses LJIllan Price
Messenger anRel Casnle (J. Ten Eyck
Prince's attendant Kenneth Sherman
I leave no stone unturned when I At your
glasses. I see to the fitting myself see
that you are satisfied. Come In and see
me, do not let your eyes bother you! O.
Manthe, 23 Broadway. '
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. 'Age.
J. M. Turner, Vtlca, III. .....M
O. A. Turner, Kansas City, Me 44
C. W. Negethon, Council Bluffs. M
Mary K. Nelson. Blair, Neb 21
"W. H. Renton, Denver. Colo M
Lucy W. Baker, Somervtlle, Mass 46
Stockert sells carpets.
Fine engravings at . Lyffert's. .
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Bee Schmidt's elegant new photos.
Plumbing and heating, Bixby Sc Son.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'phone 17.
Picture framing, Alexander's, 333 B'way.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel 83.
Watch repairing, O. Mauthe, 223 West
NEW SPRING STYLES IN SPRING
GOODS AT HICKS'.
DIAMOND8 A8 AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
L L. Lane, father of Mrs. Guy Black,
1004 Fourth street, died Sunday at hla home
in Muscatine, la.
For Rent 8-room modern house; fur
nace, bath, large yard; good neighborhood.
A. A. Clark & Co.
BUDWEISER BOTTLED BEER IS
SERVED ONLY AT FIRST-CLASS BARS
AND CAFES. L. ROBENFKLDT CO.. Agta.
ALL SIZES OF STORM DOORS. STORM
SASH, STORM WINDOWS AND
WEATHER STRIPS AT GEO. HOAG
LAND'8. C. W. Negethon of this city and Mary
K. Nelson of Blair, Neb., were married
yesterday by Rev. Henry De Long at bis
office In the court house.
Illinois nut 'coal, delivered, $5.60 per ton;
spadra grate, $8.50 per ton. William Welsh,
16 North Main street. Tel. 128. Yard Eighth
street and Eleventh avenue. Tel. $77.
D. 8. Kerr has farms of different slses
to rent, either cash of eAp rent. Houses
for sale on monthly payments. Tels. 417 and
4U Red. 646 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Spring time is coming. Now is the time
to select your wall paper and get the work
done promptly and well, dee the new wall
paper at W. S. Hewetson s, Masonlo tem
ple. Council Bluffs. Ia
Holly Morris, alias J." Fletcher, charged
with attempting to pass a forged check
on Landlord Blerwltb of the Tremont
house, was discharged In police court yes
terday morning for lack of evidence.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance union will be held
this afternoon in the club rooms of the,
public library. The semi-annual reports
from .the superintendents of each depart
ment will be read.
Come in and let us show our spring stock
of carpets, rugs,- linoleum, oil cloth, window
shades,' lace curtains, ranges and gasoUne
stoves. We have one of the largest stock
of house furnishings in the city. D. W,
Keller, 108 So. Main. .
A. H. Brolch, a traveling man, forfeited
a cash bond of $16.60 deposited Monday
night for his appearance In police court
yesterday on a charge of disturbing the
peace at the New theater by insulting and
assaulting the doorkeeper.
G. H. Scott, former judge of the superior
court, .has commenced work on the recom
pllation of the city ordinances. He ha
secured rooms In the Brown building,
where with two stenographers be expects
to get the copy ready for the printer In
about thirty ilaysv ' ,''
James V.' Scott, a veterinary surgeon
living at 723 South Sixth street, was yes
terday ordered committed to the state asy
lum at Clarlnda by tbe commissioner on
Insanity. Mr. Scott suffered a stroke of
apoplexy, several weeks ago and hla pres
ent mental condition is the result.
The receipts' iri tkq general fund of the
Christian Home laet Week were $144.60, be
ins $66.40 below the jfeeds of the week and
Iricreaairlg the 'deflelency In this fund to
date to $244.90. . 'foe Amount needed In the
Contingent and 'Improvement fund for 1901
Is $18,124.31. In the manager's fund the re
ceipts were $38.10,. being $3.10 In- excess of
the needs of. the week and reducing the
deficiency in this fund to $544.08.
Harvey J.' Joseph, aged 84 years, died
yesterday morning at his home, 722 Myns
ter street. Death was due to the Infirmi
ties of old age. He is survived by four
daughters, Mrs. R, A. McAllster, Lincoln,
111.; Mrs. C. E. Ay era, Berkeley, Cel.; Mrs.
M. O. Whitehead. Denver, Colo., and, Miss
Ella Joseph of this city, and four sons,
W. A. Joseph, Chicago; H. J. Joseph,
Omaha: Li R. and W. C. Joseph of this
city. The funeral will be held from the
residence this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and
burial will be In Walnut HITI cemetery.
Rev. F. A. Case of the First Baptist
church, assisted by Rev. Grant B. -.Wilder
of the Second Presbyterian church, will
conduct the services.
SIX ACCEPT VOTB TO STRIKE
Employes of' Electric Line Fall to
WATERLOO, la., March 6. (Special Tele
gramsAfter an all-night ' session the
labor union men employed by the Waterloo,
Cedar Falls & Northern electric line decided
to strike. Only six' regular employes left
the service. The' 'local run alone was
waa affected today, but' threats to abandon
the Cedar Falls line tonight are made.
The strike was ordered to secure a fixed
date from the officials for pay, under orders
from the Federation of Labor with which'
they are affiliated. '
Fighter Serloaaly lajored.
MISSOURI VALLEY, la., March 6. (Spe
cial.) At a dance given In the horn, of one
Eldridge on Ninth street Earl Fouta started
a rough house. He was armed with a knife,
a billy and a revolver. ' He threw the billy
over one Messcr, knocking him down,
then started for another Messer. The Mes
sers and others then 1 closed In on him.
When the smoke cleared away Fouts lay
on the floor with two deep gashes In his
neck and one across! his face, made with
hla own knife.- Some thlrty-ene stitches
were tsken to hold him together. He was
weak from loss of Mood and fear of further
and fatal hemorrhages Interfered with his
removal. He lies at the home of Tom
Marshall, near the. house of the fray, with
the outcome in uncertainty.
Iowa Man Killed la Chleaaro.
CHICAGO, March , 6. Olaf Ringer, a
stockman of Rldgway, la., was mistakes
for a burglar early today when he entered
the room of John Bogman at 4261 Halated
street and was shot by Hngman and
fatally hurt. Ringer entered' Bogman's
room, thinking it waa hla own, and Bogman
pulled a revolver from beneath bis pillow
and shot Ringer down. Bogmaa was arrested.
INDIA AND CEYLON
Has beea established in permanent popularity by its quality. Advertising
mar Introduce, but It takes qosJltr to establish. TETLKY'H tea has tbe
McCOEO-BSAOY CO, Wholesale Agents, OmahiL
LEGISLATORS IN A HURRY
Resolution FroYldinc for Final Adjourn
ment Marcs 29.
TWO WEEKS SHORT Or USUAL SESSION
Iadleatloas of Determlaed Effort to
Again gabmlt rrohlbltloa
Aaieadmeat to the State
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DES MOINES. March . (Special.) A
movement looking toward an early ad
journment was started in the senate to
day by Senator Stookey, who Introduced
a resolution fixing Friday, March 2. as
the day for final adjournment. This would
make the session a full two weeks short
of the usual length of sessions, which
nearly always string out to thirteen weeks.
The resolution went over under the rules
and may be called up tomorrow. At any
rate it Is an Indication that the date of
final adjournment Is soon to be fixed.
Reseats BUI Special Order. V
On motion of Senator Lambert the bill
to establish one board of regents for the
three educational Institutions was made a
special order for Thursday at 10:80.
The senate passed the bill to require
the approval of the attorney general to
articles of Incorporation before they are
filed with the secretary of state and a
bill amending the "law as to punishment
for cruelty to animals and waa III the
midst of a warm discussion of the Jones
bill, sent over from the house, fixing mini
mum rates for fraternal beneficiary Insur
ance societies, as recommended by the In
surance commission, when the senate ad
journed. Opeas Temperance ttnestloe.
That the old temperance fight to prohibit
the liquor traffic by constitutional amend
ment Is to be reopened, as forecasted In this
correspondence some days ago, was evi
denced by the Introduction of a petition
today by Senator Dunham, signed by $,200
persons, asking that the question of an
amendment to the constitution be sub
mitted to the people. It Is understood that
persons conspicuous In the fight of twenty
five years ago, which ended In, amending
the constitution and the supreme court de
claring the amendment unconstitutional,
are back of the movement 'now, with the
addition, of some new blood, and that they
propose to make their demands for the
submission of the question heard In the
state. . '
Hoase Passes Oae Bill.
In the house today one bill, that by
Jaul of Jones, relating to the acquisition
of school sites, was passed, the bill from
the senate cutting the commission of town
ship clerks down from'6 per cent to I per.
cent waa defeated, and the bill by Kelly
of Polk, seeking to weed out graft by
peace officers in large cities, was referred
to the judiciary committee, where it la ex
pected it will be killed. The bill by Paul
seeks to provide for the demand for teach
ing agrloulture In the schools by increas
ing the amount of land whloh school di
rectors can. acquire for, school site pur
poses from one to four acres, and to pro
vide that It can be used for agricultural
experiment purposes In addition to use as
school sites. Representative Kelly, for his
bill, produced justice court dockets show
ing that police .officers - of Des Moines in
addition to their salaries were drawing
witness fees, of 60 cents for each case and
that as many 'as fifteen police officers were
sworn as witnesses and ti stifled even In
the' most trivial cases. The house seemed
to take the view that this waa already
Illegal and that no additional legislation
waa needed. So It went to the judiciary
Jones of Montgomery today Introduced
two new insurance bills, one limiting the
amount of expenses of life Insurance com
panies and ths other regulating tbe use
Of proxies by Insurance companies and
prohibiting the soliciting of proxies by the
officers or employes of - the companies.
Hambleton secured consent to Introduce
and have placed on the calendar without
reference his divorce bill ' prohibiting re
marriage Inside of a year, which was killed
by the judiciary committee; Conn Intro
duced a bill putting express, telegraph and
telephone companies under the railroad
commission, with power .of the commission
to fix rates and regulations. Kelly, a bijl
providing that fraternal Insurance com
panies can spend not to exceed 10 per cent
of their accumulations for erecting home
offices. Sullivan, bill requiring corpora
tions to report to the secretary of state.
Malet Bill Goes to Senate.
At the afternoon session of the house the
bill by Hanson requiring publication of no
tice of Intent to circulate petitions of con
sent under the mulct law waa made safe.
The motion to reconsider was called up and
by a strong vote the house refused to re
consider. The measure will now go over to
li'aiforns lasaraaeo Policy.
The house thla. afternoon passed the uni
form fire Insurance policy bill, practically
without change, though there was consid
erable opposition In the debate.
Sapresne Coart Deelsloaa.
The supreme court today decided three
criminal' cases thai have attracted state
wide interest. In each deciding with the
state and against the defendant. One was
the famous case against Dr. J. W. Cro fiord,
who conducted a sanitarium at Lamonl nd
was twice convicted of performing a crim
inal operation resulting in the death of
Maude Stone. The last attempt to secure
Crofford's release was based oo the failure
to convict the young man guilty, which
the court holds la not error. Another was
the case of John Walker of this city, con
victed of the murder of Isaao Flnkelsteln,
and tbe third that of Thomas Hanly of
Albla, onnvicted of having burglar's tools
In his possession. All three must remain
In the penitentiary as the result of the
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T. Campbell, formerly lieutenant governor
of Iowa, ex-state senator and veteran ed
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of his brother at Lisbon, O.
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