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Office. 10 Frerl
David. drugs.
Btocliert soils eArpets.
Fine engravings at LefTert's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
See Schmidt elegant new photos,
i'lumblng and heating, Hlxbjr St Son.
lwiB Cutler, funeral director, 'phono 97.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 339.
Watch repairing. O. Mauthe, 228 West
The Dodge IJght guarda are organizing
bane ball team.
Enter novelties and post carda. C. E.
Alexander, 333 B way.
Spring term Western Iowa college, Mon
day, April 1. Catalogue tree.
Latent styles and pattern In wall paper,
JI. BorwUk. 2U Boullt Main.
Corrad hive, Ladies of the Maocaheea of
th World, will meet this evening In Mm
Bbr hall.
Tlrsah society No. 68 will meet thla even
tog In regular session at the home of Misa
aWl. la btutunu street.
Harmony chapter. Order of the Eastern
tar, will hold a special meeting thla even
ig at th Maaonlo temple.
The suit of O. H. Ferrl sgalnat the II.
llnola Central railroad waa settled and dls
snissed In district court yesterday.
City Solicitor Kimball went to Sioux
City yesterday to attend a district con
vention of the Knights of Pythias.
Wylle Hafer la home from the Iowa State
til versify for a abort vacation visit with
la parenta, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hafer.
The reception of the Council Bluffs Wom
an s club to have been held Friday at the
fcume of Mrs. Jennings, haa been postponed
to Friday of next week.
The town of Underwood, la., has granted
the Council Blurts Independent Telephone
company a franchise and the company will
install an exchange there.
Herman Mendel, a former well known
banker of Neola, la., now a resident of
Chicago, was In the city yesterday to at
tend the funeral of Dr. Lacey.
Illinois nut coal, delivered, $6.50 per ton;
padra grate, 18.60 per ton. William Welsh,
U North Main street. Tel. 128. Yard Eighth
street and Eleventh avenue. Tel. 977.
Key. Henry De Long performed the mar
riage ceremony yesterday for C. W. Dewar
nil Elenora Baker, both of Omaha, and
Archie McCoy and Barbara Mat tern, both
of Omaha.
Justice Greene performed the marriage
eremony yesterday for William Elfman
and Anna Larsen, both of Omaha, and
Chris Jensen of Omaha and Christine Han.
en of this city.
The contract for the new storage ware
bouse for the Council Bluffs Fmlt Orowers'
association will be let next Wednesday.
The association contemplates expending
from U&.uuu to fSO.uuO on the new building.
Local ice dealers attempted, with the
assistance of the Pastors' association, to
secure an agreement not to deliver Ice on
Sundays, but aa one of the Arms declined
to enter Into the compact, the proposition
fell through.
Owing to the funeral of Dr. Lacey the
Toung Men's Christian association building 1
nlicltlng committee did little work yester
day. It succeeded, however, In adding
to the fund, making the total to
date, t2b.M8.2S.
Come In and let us show our spring stock
of carpets, rugs, linoleum, oil cloth, window
hades, lace curtains, ranges and gasoilne
Stoves. We have one of the largest stocks
of bouse furnishings In the city. D. W.
Keller. 10 South Main.
Harry Brtggs and Elsie. M. Bell, both of
Carson, la., were married yesterday after
noon In this city, the ceremony being per
formed In the parlors of the Nsumayer
hotel by Rev. D. O. Allen, paator ef the
Methodist church of Carson. ' i
Jessie Rude was arrested yesterday on
complaint of J. V. Thornton, who in an In
formation filed in the court of Justice
Greene, charged her with threatening to
hoot him. The hearing wa set for Fri
day, the accused giving bona for her ap
pearance at that time.
W. W. Loomis. formerly of this city,
now located In Los Angoles, CaJ., was in
the city yesterday en route to Minneapolis.
He will return Friday and after spending a
few days here attending to the Interests
'Which he still holds In this city, will pro
ceed home to Los Angeles. Although 70
years of age Mr. Loomis Is enjoying the
best of health.
Hafer Does the Business.
The best evidence of thla fact la that
we are In line on prices. Next we have
SO men and 13 teams busy the year 'round
at our wholesale and retail yards. Council
Bluffs, la. ' It costs you nothing to find
out how much your lumber will cost you
delivered at your nearest station, thi
freight paid. There are no strings on
us, but ship to anyone who has the money.
C. Hafer Lumber Co., Council Bluffs, la.
A Pointer.
, Bring in your watch if out of order. I
wilt make you appreciate good workman
ship. Repair work Is my special line.
Jewelry, watches, clocks, etc. My prices
re always reasonable. O. Mauthe, 228
Nicholson Case Reversed.
The t'nlted States circuit court of appeals
lias reversed the verdict of the United
Ctatea court In the suit of Charles Nlchol
on, former chief of the fire department
of this city, against the Citlxens Gas and
Electric company, In which Nicholson was
warded 8900 dtmngoi, and has remanded
the case for a new trial. The suit was
tried at the March term of federal court
In 1908. Nicholson, with his driver. J.
M. Stevens, waa thrown from his buggy
ty striking a mound of dirt left by the gas
ajompany on South First street, as It was
alleged without any danger signal light,
while responding to a lire alarm St night.
Nicholson sued for tlO.Ono for personal In
Juries alleged to hnve been received as a
result-of the accident.
Driver Stevens, also sued for damages for
alleged personal Injuries, but his case was
tried In the district court, where a verdict
for 91.800 was rendered In his favor. The
gas company appealed the oase to the u
preme court, where It was reversed and re-
manded on alleged errors In the Instruc
tions of the presiding Judge. It Is not
known here on what grounds the United
States circuit court of appeals reversed
and remanded the Nicholson suit. Stevens
suit Is assigned for retrial at the present
term of district court.
Look for the word
St. Tel. 4S.
Cm of Most Imposing lunar! Services
Em Eeld in ths City.
Prominent Members of the Order from
All Over the Mate In Attendance
and Participate with the
Loral Lodges.
Befitting the exalted position he had held
In the order. Dr. Thomas B. Lacey was
laid to rest yesterday afternoon In Fair
view cemetery with full Masonic honors,
the funeral, from the large attendance of
Masons both from the local bodies and
from abroad, being one of the most Im
posing ever held In this city.
At the family residence on Sixth avenuo
the services were conducted by Rev. Otter
betn O. Smith, pastor of the First Con
gregational church, while at the cemetery
they were In charge of Bluff City Masonic
lodge and Ivanhoe commandery, Knights
Templar, the members of the latter In full
uniform acting as an escort from the
house to the grave. In the cortege were
upwards of a hundred of the members of
Bluff City and Excelsior lodges, as well
as the members of Council Bluffs lodge of
Elks, of which Dr. Lacey had been exalted
ruler. The floral tributes. Including sev
eral set pieces from the several Masonic
and other bodies, were most elaborate.
At the cemetery W. H. Norrls of Man
chester, past grand commander, past grand
master and past grand high priest, acted
as master of Bluff City lodge and con
ducted the exercises according to the ritual
of the order. Short addresses were 'made
also by H. W. Hart of Sac City, grand
high priest of Royal Arch Masons, and
D. W. Clements of West Union, past grand
oommander of the Knights Templar. Other
prominent Masons of the state present
were: Crom Bowen of Des Moines, emi
nent grand oommander Knights Templar
and past grand master; D. W. Brownlce
of Sioux City, past grand commander and
present grand recorder of the grand com
mandery; Alexander Teddy of Emmets
burg, deputy grand commander; Thomas
Adamson of Lemars, past eminent com
mander; 1r. 8. W. Webber of Cherokee,
past eminent commander; R. H. Mollneeux
of Cherokee, past grand senior warden.
The pallbearers were: Drs. D. Macrae,
Jr., F. W. Dean, H. B. Jennings. J. C.
Waterman. V. L. Treynor, J. H. Cleaver,
Dr. Bryant, dean of Crelghtpn Medical col- ,
lege, Omaha, and Congressman Walter I. j
Out of respect to Dr. Lacey, who was !
presldent of the State Savings bank, all of
I,- ,.. , .
the banks closed, at 1 o clock and the oflV :
cars of the several institutions attended
the funeral in a body.
The following resolutions relative to the
death of Dr. Lacey were adopted at a
special meeting yesterday of the Council
Bluffs Medical society:
Death has again invaded the ranks of
our society and removed from among us
one of our most active and beloved mem
bers, Dr. T. B. Lacey. We, ns follow as
sociates and co-workers, deeply deplore
his death, coming as It does seemingly be
fore his allotted time.
He was one of the foremost In Qur ranks,
msn of strict srlnclnle and honor, one
whose professional ludirment was always
respected, always willing and ready to re
spond to the call of sickness and distress
and one who, by his unfailing courtesy and
Ktnaness, had endeared himself to all.
Resolved, That we. as a society here as
sembled, deeply deplore his death, realising
inat we nave lost a Drotner.
Resolved. That these resolutions be spread
Upon the minutes of this society.
The L. A. to B. of R. T. will give their
first ball at the Masonic Auditorium Mon
day evening, April 1. Tickets 50c couple.
Extra ladles 26c.
Before getting your upholstering, matr
tress making, repairing and reflnlshlng
done, get the prices of the Morgan Up
holttering Co., 881 B'way. next to Alex
ander's art store. Tel. for quick orders.
Bell 898; Ind. 879 red.
Fine, clear, solid, nattwal Ice can be had
by calling No. 72, either 'phone. The Coun
cil Bluffs Coal and Ice company.
Marriage Licenses.
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to
the following:
Name and .Residence. In
Harry Briggs, Carson, la., 25
Elsie M. Bell. Carson, la 21
William Elfman. Omaha 84
Anna Laroen, Omaha .'41
P. W. Dewar, Omaha 4
bienora Baker, Omaha 86
John F. Norman, Jr., Council Bluffs. 21
May Helen Sewall, Council Bluffs 20
Bert Cooley. Council Bluffs 21
Henrietta Bathers. Council Bluffs 19
Archie McCoy, Omaha 21
Barbara Mattern, Omaha 18
Chris Jensen, Omaha 22
Christine Hansen, Council Bluffs 19
The Pottawattamie County Abstract com
pany makes superior abstracts. Books In
constant use for fifty-five years. 236 Pearl
street. Both -'phones ST.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night L-968.
Two Estates Appraised.
The collateral Inheritance tax appraisers
filed yesterday with H. V. Battey their
appraisement of the estates of the late
Henry White and Daniel J. Togarty. They
pluced a valuation of 844,640 on the eatata
of White, which was recently the subject
jf litigation by the widow, who had sep
arated from White and commenced pro
ceedings for a divorce, but the suit had
-RYE" in red on label.
not come to trial before his death. Her
claim was settled out of court. Yesterday
Judge Wheeler In dlstrlrt court heard the
evidence In the suit brought by J. E.
Goodenough and wife to recover from the
White estate 1400 for services In nursing
White prior to his death and after his wife
had separated from him.
The value of the Fogarty estate waa
placed by the appraisers at H!,5fi0. The
value placed on the real properly was
tT.lon, while the balance was made up of
monay In bank, credits and other personal
property. Fogarty was In the nursery
business snd a. few months sgo died shortly
after being placed In St. Bernard's hospital
owing to his mental condition.
Weeds! Seeds!
Buy your seeds In bulk. All new fresh
goods. Pens, all kinds, per quart, 25c;
beans, all kinds, per quart, 26c; sweet corn,
per quart, 23c; onion sots, per quart, 12c;
parsnips, per ounce, 10c; tomatoes, all kinds,
per ounce, 80c; beets, all kinds, per ounce,
10c; onions, per ounce, 80c; turnips, per
ounce, 10c; cucumbers, all kinds, per ounce,
10c; parsley, per ounce, 10c; celery, per
ounce, 80c; radishes, per ounce, 10c; melons,
per ounce, 10c; TransmlsslsHjppl lawn grass
seed, per pound. 25c; fancy cleaned blue
grass, per pound, 20c; extra fancy white
clover, per pound, 25c. J. Zoller Mer. Co.,
'phone 820, 100-102-106 Broadway.
We always look to the Interest of our
customers, no matter how small a Job of
wall papering may be. We sec that you get
the best paper and the best work for your
money. Borwlck, 211 South Main street.
Reports of Teachers Show
G.afifylnsr Condition.
The prompt attendance of pupils of 'the
public schools of this city is most gratify
ing to Superintendent Clifford and the
teachers. Several of the rooms In. the
different schools are able to report not a
single case of tardiness for a whole
month, and the general average of the
rooms In this respect Is far above the
average aa compared with but a year
ago. The efforts on the part of the man
agement of the schools to Induce the pu
pils to not only be regular In attendance,
but on time at the opening of school each
morning, have met with unqualified suc
cess, as Is shown by the following report
prepared by Superintendent Clifford yes
terday: Rooms having 87 per cent or above In
their attendance for the month ending
March 22, 1907:
Washington Avettue School Miss Green,
9S.07 per cent, with 7 cases of tardiness;
Miss Lyon, 97.99 per cent, with 1 case of
tardiness; Miss Dege, 97Ji6 per cent, with
1 case of tardiness; Mini Crow, 97.64 per
cent, with 2 cases of tardiness; Miss How
ard, 97.0U per cent, with 4 cases of tardi
ness. Bloomer School Miss Albright, 98.48 per
cent, with no tardiness; Miss Green, 97.87
nor cent, with no tardiness: Miss Ksrlow
97.20 per cent, with 2 cases of tardiness;
Barclay, bs.h per cent, with no tardl-
Twentieth Avenue School Miss Cogges-
hall, 98.81 per cent, with 4 cases of tardl-
n- M,lee. "lnson' ,?9 P"r centi, "lth 2
cases of tardiness; Miss Riley, 97.64 per
cent, with 1 case of tardiness; Miss Bick.
98.24 per cent, with no tardiness; Miss
Marsh, 98.33 per cent, with 1 case of tardi-
ness; miss isorene, tie. 38 per cent, with no
Pierce Street School Miss McFadden.
97.43 per cent, with 3 cases of tardiness;
Miss Kendle. 97.27 per cent, with no tardi
ness; Miss McPherson, 97.60 per cent, with
no tardiness: Miss Storrs, 97.68 per cent,
with no tardiness; Miss Harl, 97.71 per
cent, with 1 case of tardiness.
Third Street School Miss Roberts, 97.19
per cent, with 1 case or tardiness; Miss
Winter, 97.02 per cent, with 2 cases of tardi
ness Mrs. Curtis, 97.29 per con, with no
Eighth Street School Miss Besley, 97.07
per cent, with no tardiness; Miss Clay,
98.18 per cent, with no tardiness; Miss
White, 97.92 per cent, with no tardiness.
Second Avenue School Miss Henderson,
97 06 per cent, with no tardiness; Miss Mc
Mlllen, 97.37 per cent, with no tardiness.
Avenue B School Miss Grason, 97.83 per
cent, with no tardiness; Miss Cole, 97.13
per cent, with no tardiness.
Madison Avenue School Miss Darnlll,
98.22 per cent, with 1 case of tardiness;
Miss Field, 97.68 per cent, with 1 case of
tardiness; Miss Johnson, 97.64 per cent, with
1 case of tardiness; Miss Sims, 99.08 per
cent, with no tardiness.
Harrison Street School Miss Bardsley,
97.20 per cent, with no tardiness.
The Cement Reason at Hand.
If you Intend doing any cement work do
not fall to call on George A. Hoagland for
prices on cement, sand, crushed rock, eto.
Have Just unloaded 1,000 barrels of Port
land cement and can make you very at
tractive prices.
Angel's Serenade, Beautiful Blue Danube
waits. Black Hawk waits and thousands of
Other pieces and songs at 10 cents each at
the-Bourlclus Piano House, 835 Broadway,
Council Bluffs. Catalogues mailed free.
Uw to Reach Careless Hanters.
The narrow escape of Motor Conductor
Sims Tuesday evening from being shot by
the accidental discharge of a gun in the
hands of a careless hunter on his way to
Lake Manawa will result. It was stated
yesterday. In the passage of an ordinance
by the city council prohibiting the having
or carrying of loaded weapons In street
cars or public places. The only ordinance
regulating firearms are those prohibiting
the carrying of concealed weapons, dis
charging of rides, shotguns and other
weapons within the city limits.
It was stated yesterday that officials of
the motor company had succeeded In es
tablishing the identity of the man whose
carelessness In carving a loaded shotgun
on a street car, nearly resulted In a fatal
ity. One result of Tuesday evening's Inci
dent, It was stated yesterday by an em
ploye of the street railway company, will
be that conductors hereafter when a man
boards a car with a shotgun or other fire
arm will take the precaution to ascertain
whether the weapon is loaded or not.
Lanndrymen Beat Fnrnltnre Men.
The Bluff City Laundry team of the Met
ropolitan league made a record score last
night when it defeated the Durfee FSir-
1 niturs Htmnuiv team nf (iawIam Fl.ti.hp
of the winning team also made a record
Individual score. The score follows:
1. S. 8. Total.
Fletcher 210 157 2'i5 672
orreii 171 lta m 621
Johnson 146 161 152 4iK
Frohardt 1S7 13 115 4K4
Forsythe 148 170 m m
Totals R61
833 781 2,485
S Total
Durfee, W.
Lustup ...
I'almer ....
Durfee, O..
I'M 6"2
Totals 768
661 831 1,260
F. A. 84-BNCER.
Plumbing, steam and gas fitting, furnace
and aheet 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. (B0. 158 West Broad
way, Council Bluffs, la.
Explosion OB Freneh Boat.
CHERBOURG. France. March XI. A a ex
plosion occurred today on board the tor
pedo boat No. 117. Two luea war savers ly
Home Pastes the Stna'e Indeterminate
Sentence law with Tew Amendments,
Conference Committees of the Two
Hoaaea Agree on the Primary
Kill and Final Action tm Ex
peeled In n Few Days.
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, March 27'-rSpeclal.) The
house todny passed the senate Indetermi
nate sentence and reformatory bill with
some amendments uhlch were a victory
for the people at Amtmosa. There was but
one vote against the bill and that was by
Reltt of Iee county In which la located the
penitentiary at Fort Madison. Besides pro
viding for an Indeterminate sentence the
bill provides that the penitentiary at Ana
mosn shall be a reformatory for all crimi
nals from the ages of 16 to 30, and provides
for a board of parole and takes from the
legislature the power of pardoning life
criminals for first degree murder.
AS the bill came before the house It pro
vided for certain exceptions, providing that
persons guilty of certain crimes, among
them breaking and entering In ' the night,
should all go to the penitentiary at Fort
Madison. On the motion of Taul of Ana
mosa this was amended so ns to give the
court discretion In the matter.
Another provision of the bill was that
only If the penitentiary at Fort Madison
became overcrowded could the board of
control transfer the better criminals to Ana
mow. The claim was made that the peni
tentiary at Fort Madison would hold 200 or
300 more than half of the criminals of the
state and that with that provision in the
bill the board of control could never, prac
tically, transfer the better ciimlnnls to
Anamosa, so the overcrowded provision
was cut out. It Is believed the amendments
will be concurred In by the senate.
The bill Is the work of Senator Saunders
of Council Bluffs and Representative i
Holmes of Kossuth county. The bill was
Introduced in both houses and passed the
senate first, the house today passing the
senate bill.
The house this afternoon passed the bill
providing for reconslgnment of freight
without extra charge, the warehouse re
ceipt bill and the bill for licensing optom
etry. Miller of Bremer for Revision.
Miller of Bremer In the house today intro
duced a resolution calling on the Iowa
delegation In congress to move for Im
mediate revision of the tariff so that there
might be no schedules thst would afford
a shelter to monopoly. The resolution went
over until tomorrow under the rules. Mr.
Miller Is chairman of the democratic state
central committee.
Van Houten of Taylor today Introduced
a resolu' on calculated to hasten the day
of adjournment. It provides that when a
bill Is called up- on the calendar unless
the member is there to taae care of the
bill It roust be stricken from the calendar.
Doll Day In Senate.
The senate had a routine day today. The
first matter which caused attention was an
effort to pass a bill which gives the Sta.te
Board of Medical examiners authority to
revoke a doctor's certificate on almost any
kind of complaint. Attention was called
to the fsct that the bill In its present
form might cause a great deal of in
justice and it was laid over tor two days.
The senate refused to recoil from the
governor a bill by Frudden relating to
Insurance taxes. The house had passed
it and then asked for its recall, but the
senate refused.
Bills passed by the senate:
Permitting cities to appropriate for the
Iowa League of Municipalities.
Giving the county suDerlntendnnt the rlirhf
to file informations on violations of the
compulsory school attendance law.
Appropriating M.ftw for the State His
torical society at Iowa City.
amending tne nsn and game laws.
Giving lnterurbans a rtsrht to demand
terminal facilities in cities from street rail
way companies.
uiving cities acting under special charter
a right to provide for garbage plants.
A bill amending the law In regard to
registration of pedigrees.
(Requiring railroad companies to build
Regulating and licensing dance halls,
skating rinks, bill boards, etc.
The bill to give certain cities of the state
the right to adopt the Galveston or com
mission plan of city government waa
passed Anally by the senate and now goes
to the governor.
The senate Indefinitely postponed a house
bill which required that in case of the
circulation of a petition of consent for
saloons notice of this fact must be served
on the people by. publication.
Agrreed on Primary.
The conference committee on the primary
bill agreed upon a report today and It will
be passed upon by both houses In a few
days. The final report makes several
changes 4n the last amendments to the bill,
and especially does It exempt any city that
adopts the commission plan of govern
ment. gasoline: IX POT FOR vinegar
Aged Woman's Terrible Mistake Costs
Her Her Life.
SIOUX CITY, la., March 27. (Special
Telegram.) Mistaking' a gasoline Jug for
a vinegar Jug, Mrs. Sarah Emery, of Ot
tumwa, la., while pieparlng dinner this
morning poured gasoline Into a pot on the
stove. Immediately she was enveloped in
flames and from the frightful burns she
died at the Samaritan hospital this after
noon. Mrs. Emery was 62 years old. She
was visiting her son. I. G. Emery, 613
Twentieth street.
lows News Notes.
SIDNEY Prof. Charles 8. Cobb, who
haa been superintendent of the Sidney
schools fur the last three years, has been
elected to the same position at Logan,
la., and will remove to that place in June.
SIDNEY Prof. A. P. Speers. a former
owner of the Sidney Sun, wno was prin
cipal of the Randolph schools during the
last year, will retire from school work
and engage In the real estate Insurance
business In partnership with his brother,
W. M. Hpcers, at Centervllle.
SIDNEY The hot weather of the last
week is without precedent for this sea an
of the year. The season Is fully a month
In advance of the average. Trees and
pastures are green and cherry trees ure
In full bloom and the "oldest Inhabitant"
haa taken In his horns. The thermometer
registered 80 degrees Monday.
Wisconsin Wants Deep Waterway.
MADISON, Wis , March 27. Ths assem
bly today adopted a resolution petitioning
congress to make a survey relative to es
tablishing a deep waterway between the
Oreat Lukes ana the Gulf of Mexico by
way of the Fox and Wisconsin rivers.
Mansfield Abandons Spring Tonr.
NEW YORK, March 27. Announcement
that Richard Mansfield, the actor, has
abandoned his spring tour through the
"X JT JT yjr Ask
2jlM I ffi eeping Ayers merry Pectoral m the bouse,
JU JL TJL LI Li ready for colds, coughs, croup, bronchitis. If
J be sy It's sll right, then get t bottle of It st
TX T Y once,
I 1 00 l it cutters r" tiny treatment, early cure.
country owing to his illness was nmrte to
day by U. 1). S. Stevens, Mr. MnnsMeM s
m.iriHKT. Mr. Miinstielil Is now so III from
nervous exhaustion that he is confined t
his bed at his home In this rlty, and his
physlcmns, after u consultation toduy, or
dered that he take a long rest.
Klnsj Meets Demands of Insurgents
with Promise of letter Land
BUCHAREST. March X. Measures pro
posed by the government to meet the de
mands of the revolted peasantry snd end
the civil war which Is devastating Molda
via and Wallachla were announced In to
day's Issue of the Olllclnl Gazette In the
shape of a proclamation Issued In the name
of King Charles. The royal proclamation
appeals f r the patriotic co-operation of
the people to secure the re-oBtabllshment
of tranquillity and anm uiu es that the sov
ereign has agreed to the Immediate sup
pression of some of the heavy taxes, while
hereafter the farm lands will be cultivated
by the state or leased direct to the peas
ants. None of the larger syndicates hith
erto engaged In farming vast tracts of land
will be allowed to hold more than 8,000
The document also gives notice of the In
troduction of laws to ameliorate the condi
tion of the peasantry facilitating the rais
ing of money to pay rents, reforming the
taxation of small holdings and revising the
terms of the agricultural agreements which
at present practically enslave the peasan
try. Disorder to lie Snppresaed.
"These reforms," the proclamation cor
eludes, "being the desire cf the sovereign
and the government, all P.omanlans are
urged to give all possible assistance to the
government which, while scrupulously! ap
plying the luws and avoiding the injustice,
will at the same time, vigorously suppress
all disorders and severely punish all who
seek to profit by robbery."
The minster of the Interior announced to
day that the condition In Moldavia had im
proved, but there Is not much evidence In
support of the stntement In the reports of
disorders coming in from numerous points.
From the districts of Vlashlca, Dtttnliovltz,
Tecucl, Buzen, DolJ, Olt and Teleorman
come the now familiar stories of incen
diarism, pillage and excesses of all kinds.
The censorship la strict, so details of the
occurrences are lacking.
The workmen In the petroleum districts
are also In a state of excitement, but the
authorities believe that the measures takn
will prevent any disorder among them.
Troops have been concentrated here to pro
tect the cnpltol and reinforcements are
being distributed in the disturbed sections
of the country as speedily as possible.
The new cabinet ministers propose to
make a tour of the country and personally
superintend measures taken to end the ag
itation. Fighting nt Other Plaers.
Forty peasants were killed March 25 in a
hard fight with troops In the Mozazl dis
trict. The Insurgents In that section cut
to pieces and burned some of their victims.
A stubborn encounter occurred yesterday
at a point on the Gulrgevo road, about
sixty miles from Bucharest, where 4,000 In
surgents met a strong detachment of
troops. The troops attacked with cavalry
as well as Infantry, but the military com
mander ultimately was obliged to use artil
lery before he was able to force the peas
ants to retreat.
The Chamber of Deputies today unani
mously passed bills providing for the aboli
tion of several tastes and adopted other
measures helpful td the rural population
of Rournanla.
The premier, M. Sturdza, announced that
according to the latest reports the agrarian
disorders were subsiding.
Cruelty of Peasants.
LONDON, March 27. A special dispatch
from Sofia, Bulgaria, says that according
to some of the Roumnnla refugees who
have arrived on the Bulgarian side of the
Danuoe the Insurgents have been guilty of
the same ruthless cruelties which usually
mark the feuds In the Balkans. Many of
the landlord class have been burned to
death after their bodies and limbs had been
enrolled In the thick twists of bay and
straw. The children, the refugees report,
have been hacked to death by the revolted
Honse of Commons Agrees to
Large Sum to Canadian
LONDON, March 27. The House of Com
mons by a large majority today ratified
the contract with the Canadian Pacific
company for' the conveyance of mails be
tween Liverpool and Hong Kong. Harold
Cox, liberal, and other members severely
criticised the contract as a great waste
of public money, each voyage covering
817,306. They declared that the result of
the contract would be simply to provide
the American rivals of British merchants
with easier access to. the far eastern mar
kets. It was also suggested In the course
of the debate that there were some under
lying strategical reasons Justifying the
payment of a heavy subsidy to the Cana
dian Pacific. '
Mr. Runciman, parliamentary secretary
of the treasury, and Premier Campbell
Bannerman, while admitting that It was
not profitable, defended the contract as
being a temporary arrangement pending
the discussion of the matter by the colonial
conference, after which a new contract
would be made.
(tandnrd Company and Enronean
Combine Have Agreed on Di
vision of Territory.
LONDON, March 27. The Standard Oil
company and the European Petroleum
union have, according to the Pall Mall Ga
zette, readied a mutually satisfactory
agreement, which will end the struggle
waged for the European market-
Under the arrangement, which becomes
effective April 1. the Standard Oil com
pany secures control of many additional
Important oil tank installations In such
centers of distribution as Antwerp, Ams
terdam and Rotterdam. "
Labor Lender Says Ilardle's Schemes
Are Morally Mischievous and
Economically I'nsound.
LONDON, March 27.-A general discus-
slun of the program of the unemployed In
the House of Commons led to a sharp en
counter today with John Burns, president
of the local government board, who de
clared that five years hence nine-tenths of
the schemes that James Kler Hardle, so
cialist member. Is now pressing upon the
too creduluous workmen would prove not
only costly, but morally mischievous and
your doctor about tbo wisdom of yourl
way not snow utile roreslghtla such I
r a!ssriltrtr
economically unsound. Mr. Burns refused
positively to adopt the suggestion, advanced
In some labor uuarters. for a large arhoma
of relief work Involving n annual ex
penditure of 85.000, ono.
The house Inter adjourned for the Enster
Tone of Slock Market Is Cheerfal and
No Crave Trouble Is
LONDON. March 27. Two failures were
announced on the Stock exchange today,
but neither of them was of any Importance
from the market point of view. The tone
In all departments was decidedly cheerful.
Americans fully responded to yesterday's
sharp advance In New York and therefore
the settlement Is being faced with com
parative cheerfulness in the belief that the
corner has been turned and that although
small failures may be expected no serious
trouble need be anticipated. The action of
Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou In re
lieving the money market at New York
by depositing in the banks there customs
receipts to the extent of 816,000.000 has
proved of International value. Business Is
still restricted, as attention Is mostly taken
up with the conclusion of the settlement.
Americans opened a good deal above parity
and advanced from the start. There was a
slight reaction at the start, but it waa only
fractional. Consols were firm at 86, with
an Improving tendency.
BERLIN, March 27. Prices on the Bourse
today were firm and all the departments,
specially the Americans, showed Improve
ment. Canadian Pacific was 6H points
Tennessee Holds Lewis' Ashes.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.. March 27. The Ten-
nossee legislature adopted a resolution re
luslng the request of Oregon to allow the
ashes of Captain Meriwether Lewis, the
famous explorer, to be taken to that state
for Interment. Captain Lewis Is buried In
Lewis county, Tennessee, where the stale
has erected a monument to his memory.
Connrll molts Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
March 27 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Franklin Clark to William E. Flynn,
nH ne4 3-74-43 and wVi se 84-76-
, w. d 811.388
Hawley H. Tooley to John S. Wood
burn, hV4 nwi 27 and ne ne(4 28-76-40.
w. d 10.800
John Manssen and wife to Christian
H. Plautz, 84 sw4 36-77-40, w. d 4.600
Elsie Harris to John T. Harris, hus
band, lots 1 and 2, In block 8, in
Cochran's addition to Council Bluffs,
la., w. d 1.800
George A. Thayer et al to Tamar
Thayer, lot 1 and eH of lot 2, in
block 1, In Big Grove addition to
Oakland, la., and part of lots 8 and
4, In Auditor's subdivision of nwU
sw4 12-75-40, w. d 1,000
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rail
way company to William T. Lewis,
lots 11. 12 and 13, in block 6, in Car
son, la., w. d 226
F. J. Day and wife to Frank Snyder,
lot 3. In block 8, in Hall's addition
to Council Bluffs, la., w. d 900
F. T. True and wife to Andrew Han
sen, lots 6 and 8, In block 81, In How
ard addition to Council Bluffs, la.,
w. d 160
James A. Tooley, guardian, to Tamar
Thayer, 4-G3 Interest in lot 1 and e4
lot 2, in block 1, In Big Grove ad
dition to Oakland, la., and part of
lots 8 and 4, in Auditor's subdivision
of nwH sw4 12-76-40, g. d 63
H. A. Tinker, guardian, to Tamar
Thayer, 6-84 Interest in some, g. d... 68
C. A. Hamilton et al to First Chris
tian church of Council Bluffs. Ia.,
lot 5. In block 15, In Ferry addition
to Council Bluffs, la., q. c. d 1
Eleven transfers, total ....t30,2S7
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