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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MAY 4. 1007.
CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA
Offl, IS Scott ftt.
Ptorkert sells carpets.
Ed-Roger.' Tony Taunt beer.
' Fin engravlnre at LeffTt's.
Bee Schmidt's elegant new photos,
l Lewis Cutler, fun ral director, 'phone 17.
Wood ring Undertaking company, Tel. Ml.
PETERSEN & SCHuEMNU SELL RUGS
Pinner card. Alexander'.. 3.11 Broadway.
TjIAMONHS AS N INVF8TMENT.
Talk to leffkrt about it.
j Wedding and engagement rings at the
tight price. O. Mauthe, West Broad
way. I High grade watches, wedding and en
fagement rings. 2"J Weil Broadway, O.
You need our lumber. We need your
oney. A rhnnre to talk with you will
punse us hnth. C. Hafer Lumber rnmpany.
urnwEisKR bottled beer is
SKKVED ONLY AT Fl R ST-CLAKB BAR9
AND CAFES. I ROBENFELD Co., Agts.
CARRIAGES ALWAYS READY. CAlL
172, BOTH PHONES, GRAND LIVERY.
J. W. AND ELMER E. M IN KICK, PRO
PRIETORS. Amoa Hill and Carr'.a Thordson. a young
coupio of thla city, were married yeaterday
afternoon by Justice Greene, two news
paper reporter acting as witnesses to the
The Boosters, one of the leading younger
ball teams of the city, will contest for
honors with the Island Park team Bun
day afternoon. The game will be played at
The lilijh school field meet, scheduled for
yesterdny afternoon at the Union Driving
park, was postponed for a week on ac
count of the snow and other unfavorable
I weather conditions.
I J. E. Pike and Edith McDowell, both of
;Omaha, were married In this city yester
iday afternoon, the ceremony being per-
1 formed by Rev. Henry DeLong In his of
,Uoe at the court house.
Mrs. F. H. Ellis. 61J South First street,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Jackson,
(underwent a serious opetatlon at the Kd
jmundson Memorial hospital yesterday after
moon. Mer condition last evening was re
ported to be critical.
I The Ladles' Aid society of the First Pres
byteilan church at Its meeting and Ken
sington Thursday afternoon voted to give
j$.0 to the Woman'. Christian association for
(the benefit of the Jennie Edmundsun Mem
' orlal hospital expense fund.
Word was received here yesterday morn
ing of the death Wednesday at Shawnee,
Oal., of the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Fauble, formeily of this city. The
child was aged 24 ycais. The child's iody
will, it is expected, be brought to Council
Bluffs for burial.
The funeral of Mrs. Margurlte Peterson,
wife of P. C. Peterson of Hazel Dell town
ship, will be held Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock from the family residence and
burial will be In the Grange cemetery. Rev.
D Parish of the Latter Day Saints' church
will conduct the services.
At the annual meeting of the Woman's
auxiliary of Ht. Paul s Episcopal church
yesterday afternoon these ofllcers were
elocted: President, Mrs. Ed Canning; vice
piesldent, Mrs. Emmet Tinley; secretary,
Mrs George Alilnghain: treasurer, Mrs. C.
l' P. Frootn; delegates to diocesan conven
tion at Burlington, Mrs. O. H. Jackson,
Mrs. M. F. Rohrer, Mrs. Krnniet Tinley; al
ternates, Mrs. C. S. Byers, Mrs. E. H. Doo-
little, Mrs. H. A. Qulnn, Mrs. T. J. Foley
me retiring president, who haa hold the
"iib ior leu yrurs, wu eieciea nonorary
piesldent for life.
Bee Office Moved.
The Council Bluffs office of The Omaha
Bee has been moved from No. 10 Pearl
street, where It has been for the lat
ten years, to No. 15 Scott street. The new
office Is directly north of the Bapp block
and opposite the Nebraska Telephone com
pany's building. - ' ,-
. LOST April 19, ladle.' gold watch, Elgin
movement, diamond set in back. Liberal
reward for return to 17 South Main street
TIR.MNO OVER TAX COLLECTIONS
id Hchool District Treasuries
For the last six weeks the Independent
school district of Council Bluffs has been
doing business without any cash in Its
treasury, but the situation waa relieved
jesterday when County Treasurer Mitchell
turned over to School Treasurer O. S.
Davis Sl,4t8.04, being the school district's
proportion of the tux collections for the
last live months. For the last few weeks i supposed to be suffering from rabies,
the school district haa been standing off j W'hether the dog, which was after a long
its creditors us far as possible, but whore chase, killed by two boys, waa really suf
thls could not bu done warrants were Is- ' ferlng from rabies or not, will be deter
suid und the banks took care of thorn, j mined by Dr. Miller, the veterinary surgeon
On such warrants the district has to pay and city food Inspector.
fi per cent Interest. The turnover from 1 Word first reached police headquarters
the county treasurer yesterday, however, that a red water spaniel, believed to be
will put the school district on easy street suffering from rabies, had bitten a dog
for the next three or four months. belonging to the proprietor of the saloon
County Treaturer Mitchell also turned at Broadway ond Thirty-seventh street,
over W..216.G1 to City Treasurer True, made It was suggested to the police that the dog
up of $78,2W.7:i regular taxes and $l,otS.7S would probably make for the motor bridge
special taxes. As the annual statement of and the police of Omaha were notified to
City Treasurer True showed that he had be on tb lookout for the animal. The
over W.01D on hand on the commencement dog, however, changed its course when It
of the new fiscal year on April 1, the , neared the bridge and turned east on
municipal strong box Is at present well Avenue B. During Its career it is said to
upplled to meet current expenses. To hav9 btten e,Knt doK8( one horM M(,
Treasurer Badollet of the Park board snapped at two boys, tearing the clothing
County Treasurer Mitchell ye.terday turned -f one. Finally tha dog ran under a
over .. this with the balance porcn of tne houg6 t Av(nue R wnere
on hand April 1 gives the commissioners a u wa, enot b f
working capital of over 19.000 with which : ,on- r named wu
to carry out the contemplated improve- I TL. . . . , .
menu in the several rark. this season. hlT, h" P" " iTl'i." J.V.l f 1!
The turnover to the state treasurer by
County Treasurer Mitchell was t2Jt,481.0S.
making a total of over 1190.000 which Mr.
Mitchell checked out yesterday.
You will soon begin to think of Ice again.
When you do call the Council BlufTs Coal
and Ice company. Telephone 72.
Greatest Ice saver on the market the
Alaska refrigerator. Petersen & Schoenlng.
April Work of Police.
During the month of April the police de
partment, according to the report of Chief
Riohmnnit 1 1 i . 1 1 ii t .4 . m.i.i v . . .1 .. , -n
- .,i. .iv j w-1 1 1 u j , uiu 1 1 i ' m nic i uLLinniiaiuif v U U 1 1 1 y AO'
arrests, plain drunks to the number of j "tract company of Council Bluffs:
73 heading the Hat. "Disorderly" arrests Michael Heln and wife to J. P. Hsrt
numbcred 44 and this classification of of- I W,".i 1 nd 1 block 17, Stuts-
fenders covers a multitude nf .In. v..."
"i luminous an usual ana una
class of arrests numbered only 23.
The following miscellaneous duties were
performed by the department during- the
, . . ... ... . . ... ..I
Alarms responded to. 80: arrests mad,
179; accidents reported and lnvf stlxated,
10; burtrlury frustrated, 2; buralarles. 4;
contagious illst-me slKs postej, 8; dal
bodies taken to morgue, 3; dead animals
reported. disturbances suppressed with- !.
out arret. 2tf; defective sidewalks reported, 1
W; detective streets reported. 17; defective
sewers reported, i: tires sttended. 1; In
toxicated pel sons cared for. 10; lost chil
dren found and returned, 7: lodgers R0
commodated, 5t; ml es traveled by patrol
wsKon. lr; meals fumlxhed to prisoners
and lodger. Si 6; nuisances reported. 63;
runaway horses overtaken end stopped. IS;
stray horses picked- up H; sick and Injured
rerions taken to hospital, Z; sick and In-
Jured iwrsnns taken home, t; streft lights
reported out. 74; street buhls reported dim.
I : detention hospital. 1: Juvenile eourt, 1;
e'rcinc iiirni oui.ikk. y. nours ana 9 mm-
. .. . K.
Give us your order for that spring car.
pet. We do the rest aew. lay and fit It
right to your room. D. W. Keller, log 8.
I haul dead animals. II 04 per head.
Garbage, ashes, manure and all rub-
blah; clean vaults and cesspools. All
work don Is guaranteed
Calls promptly allendod to.
Itld. Phone lis V Bell Bed 1ITJ
J. II. bHKULOCK
INCREASE IN ASSESSMENT
Total it Eirat Hundred Thonnaod to'lars
ko:e Than Last Year.
116 FALLING CFF IN MONEYS AN CREDITS
Assessor Hardin Bays II Cannot
Flarnrc Oot' What th Wealthy
Class of ( Itlsen Have
Don with Cash.
The assessment In Council Bluffs, accord
ing to Assessor Hardin's books a they
are now without any changes by the city
council, sitting aa a Board of Equalisation,
will be $T),0iiu In excess of that for the
year previous. There will be this Increase,
Mr. Hardin states, despite the fact that
the moneys and credits listed by certain
moneyed men of the city this year show
a falling oft of $126,000 when compared
with the Items listed by the same persons
la-st year. What haa become of these
moneys and credits, Is something Mr.
Hardin says pussies him. Aa was the
case a year ago. several of the largest
stockholders In the First National bank
have "sworn off their holdings with af
fidavits to the effect that their liabilities
exceed their assets, or nearly so.
The city council failed to complete Its
work as a Board of Equalization last
night and adjourned to Tuesday night,
when final nction will be taken on all as
sessments which It Is considered should
Need any lace curtain.? Before you
buy better come In and see ui. We want
to surprise you In price and quality. D.
W. Keller. ICQ S. Main.
Lace curtains. Stockert Carpet Co.
Bee office removed to 15 Scott street, op
posite Nebraska Telephone building.
Hinstedt Arrested for Bigamy.
Induced to come to Council Bluffs to
talk the matter over with the brother
of the young woman he Is alleged to have
Earl W. Hinstedt was arrested i
yesterday afternoon at the Grand hotel
by Detective Wilson. Hinstedt is wanted ,
in Glenwood to answer to a charge of ,
bigamy and was taken there last evening
hv flhArlff Llnvllle of Mills cnuntv.
About ono year ago Hinstedt waa mar-
rled to a Miss Moore, whose parcnta re
side near Glenwood and with whom she
and her baby are at present. A short
while ago members of the Moore family
learned, It Is alleged, that Hinstedt had
been mnrried before and that his first wife,
from whom It Is charged he hud never
divorce, was, at present living
Council Bluffs. Wife No. 2 returned
to her parents near Glenwood.
The police have been after Hinstedt for
several days, but he could not be located.
C. Moore, a young man employed In a
Broadway grocery store, is a brother of
Mrs. Hinstedt No. 2 and he arranged for
a conference with Hinstedt yesterday aft
ernoon at the Grand hotel. Hinstedt was
accompanied by an attorney from South
Omaha, and he had been In the Grand
hotel but' a few minutes when Detective
Wilson placed him under arrest. Hinstedt
and wife No. 2 up to a short time ago lived
on Farnam street, Omaha,
Our wagons are on the street every day.
When you want Ice atop one of them. The
Council Bluffs Cool and Ice CO.
Complete line of Victor base ball goods
Petersen & Schoenlng.
Mad Dob- Scare In West End.
Council Bluffs had a genuine mad dog
care yesterday and for a while the police
department waa kept busy chasing a dog
bitten by the supposed rabid cantne had
been killed by their owners. The owner of
the spaniel could not be ascertained.
Learn Yonr Baby to Walk.
We have Just received a shipment of
ho.by walkers, $2.26 to $2.60 each. Get one
and learn your baby to walk. D. W. Rol
ler, 103 South Main.
Bee office removed to 15 Scott street, op
posite Nebraska Telephone building.
Real Bstata Transfers
,. . . i
These transfer, were reported to The Bee
Uav Kr V.& ln - . . i I
orconu aao.. council JilulTs,
min k. inx-ho nt wiro Tknn..
Shea, lots 11 and 1J. block K, How-
8 f-"1''-. Council Bluffs. Ia.. wd...l,tfio
iwjrain-rpnr iteai r.stat Co. to
V. F. Callxhan. lots S anil S htnflr
1J. Ferry add.. Council Hlufrs fi
MirhBel Heln and wife to j' P. Hart
well, lot S, block 17, Stutsman's
Second add., Council Bluffs, la., wd
Four transfers, total..
Buy the Jewel gas or gasoline stove.
They are the safest. Petersen St Schoenlng.
. . T :
Pttersen & Schoenlng sell, matting.
License, to wed were Issued yeUerd.y to
Nm snd Residence.
; Tlllle Armstrenv. Omaha
; Alv M..nn sn.. r.. i-
Anderson, Stiver City. Ia.. S?
J. F. Pike. Omxhn
Fdith McDowell. Omaha..
Amos Hill. Council Bluffs
tarrle Thordsen, Council Bluffs...
Bee office removed to 18 Scott street, op-
poslte Nebraska Telephone building.
Poslofflre In West Knd.
Acting under authority from the depart
ment at Wnshlngton. Postmaster lUi -Iton
ha established a substation at 2315 West
Broadway In th drug store of Hoag &
Co. The branch office will hav authority
to Issue money orders, register Utters an 1
sell stamps and other postal supplies, but
will not rcvulvo nll for distribution. The
branch office. It la erpected, will be In
operation by the middle of this month.
Mr. Dnnlrlsnn, a clerk In the drug store,
j hns been offered the position of postmaster
! of the substation, but as yet hns not sig
nified his willingness to accept It. This
branch office Is the outcome of the agita
tion for Its establishment by the West
End and West Council Bluffs Improvement
Here to Star.
We are dally receiving new Iota of shoes
and are selling them at our usual low
prices. Duncan Shoe Co.
N. Y. numbing Co. Tel. 250. Night. L-698.
EXEtirrna sic; a n fiiom taxation
Mean Erection of Another I.arae
Warehouse In the Cltr.
In business circles It Is stated thnt If the
city council at Its meeting next Monday
will adopt the resolution providing for the
exemption from city taxes of sugar "In
transit" It will mean another warehouse
building for Council Bluffs. The resolution,
which is as follows, was referred to City
Solicitor Kimball for his written opinion,
to be submitted nt the meeting of the
council next Monday night:
Whereas. Certain persons have erected
warehouses In the city of Council Bluffs
for the purpose of storage of sugar In
transit or other states Into and through
the state of Iowa and contemplate further
Investments of similar character, and,
Whereas, It appears that this line of
business would greatly benefit the mer
chants, producers, consumers and laborers
of the city In the way of the procurement
of satisfactory frelsht rates. Insurance pre
miums and storage charges:
Now, therefore, for the purpose of en
couraging the said persons In the erection
of said warehouses and the currying on
of said business. It Is hereby resolved nnd
ordered on the part of the city of Council
BlufTs that In consideration of the said
persons Investing their inonev In said en
terprises and carrying on the same nil
Ftigur In transit from points outside of the
said state of Iowa Into and throuprh said
state shall be exempt while In storage in
the city of Council Bluffs from all cltv
taxes for the period of ten years from and
after the acceptance In writing to be tiled
with the city council by the said person or
persons making said Investment and hold
ing said sugar In storage under the terms
of this resolution.
And to the end that said agreement ns
to taxes may readily and conveniently be
performed during the yoars covered
thereby It la further resolved that no valu.
atlon or assessment of the said property
so In storage shall be made for the purpose
of taxation during the said ten years so
far na the city of Council BlufTs may legally
control the valuation and assessment of the
This resolution shnll be in full force and
n rf ii i"' t whn rMittiut hv tha ncraitn nt
persons undertaking the 'storage of sugar
In transit at any time within one year from
Tne uRr Involved Is Otat manufactured
; in tne oeet factories or tne west, ine com
l panlea manufacturing the sugar could store
the P""luct at the refineries, but that would
mean the erection of additional warehouses.
The freight on sugar to Chicago from west
ern points Is GO cents and to Council Bluffs
60 cents. Th,e sugar can be brought to
Council Bluffs on the 50-cent rate, stored
here, and then shipped to Chicago for the
additional 10 cents. Instead of paying tha
full Council Bluffs-Chicago rate.
. Council BlufTs, with its many trunk lines,
is the natural distributing point for thla
section of the country, and the sugar men.
It Is said, are anxious to make this a
Btorage point. Des Moines Is out after this
business and its city council haa adopted
a resolution similar to the one now pend
ing before the city council here.
Sugar destined for distribution here will
not come under the exemption and will be
subject to taxation as any other class of
Bee office removed to 16 Scott street, op
poslte Nebraska Telephone building.
Verdict for Heavy Damages.
SIOUX CITY, la.. May .-(Speclal Tele
gram.) A Jury today returned a verdict
for $13,106,20 against John Mulhall, a real
estate man. John Vaupel of Freeport, 111.,
bought tiro Flaher farm In Monona county
from Mulhall and alleges that Mulhali'a
agent misrepresented the facts in the deal.
Iovra News Notes.
ATLANTIO-As a result of a claim for
damages for falling on a defective wooden
sidewalk Hied against the city by Mrs.
C. A. Day the city council has condemned
about twenty board walks and ordered
permanent ones put In their place.
ATLANTIC Harrison county officers
came here today and took back to Modale
Albert Hubbard, whom Sheriff Duval had
located working on a farm near Grlswolil.
The young man Is wanted at Modale on the
charge of seduction, preferred bv a young
girl named Anthony.
ATLANTIC The United Presbyterian
congregation la without a pastor because of
the resignation of Rev. A. P. Dungan, who
has had the charge for some time. He and
his family have moved onto a farm near
Orove City. The pulpit will be supplied
until another appointment Is made.
ATLANTIC A new departure In Journal
Ism haa been luunched In Atlantic. The
Messenger, the oldest newspaper In the
county, has been changed to a local farm
paper and will be calli.-d "The Farmers
Messenger." E. E. Lewis, for the last year
city editor of the Dally Telegraph here and
formerly telegraph editor of the Cedar
Rapids Republican, is managing the new
publication for Senator James E. Bruce,
who purchased the plant.
WARRING UNIONS STOP WORK
Granite Cotters and Masona Cannot
Aarreo on Division of
FHILADELPHIA, May S.-A a result
of a dispute among the labor unions, rep
resenting the bricklayers, stone masons
and granite cutters of this city, work on
many buildings was suspended today by an
order of the master bricklayers, who last
night decided to stop work until the unions
cun come to an agreement. About 4,400
.4 V. . . . I M ,i ,
ui iv in u mo niccim, uui ii uie suspension
continues for more than a week about -
COO men of the building trades will be
forced into idleness.
Neither wages nor hours are Involved.
The dispute concerns the laying of stone
after It has been made ready by the granite
cutters. The masons, reinforced by the
bricklayers, with whom they are affiliated,
hold they should lay the stone, while the
granite cutters, supported by the builders,
claim thoy should not only cut the stone,
but lay it The builders and the granite
cutters have an agreement to this cnVct,
which has two years to run. The brick-
layer recently called strikes on building
operations un wuiiii Binim cuiiers were
I laying the stone and the union refused to
: renew the wage agreement between the or-
' ganixatlons and the builders, which ex-
Illred on Mtty unlp the contentlon of
: the stone masons was agreed to. The mas.
' tef , e'""B l"t. "'8ht',. r-
I which affected about .V men, until the mat-
,er ln dl"l)U(e could be settled. The request
was refused and the master bricklayers de-
elded to ray off their men and inaugurate
a lockout until the unions could agree.
Illark Hills Mine Suhl.
DEADWOOD, 8. D., May 9
of the Hidden Fortune Mining company
wa. sold today to the Columbus Mining
'company. Th. consideration 1. said to be
Kenans fltr I'surer Convicted
KANSAS CITY. Msy t -Ev E. Carpen
ter. money inner. was coi
convicted In the
usury and h?. JVW washed It
thirty days in Jail and a fine of ll.nl. A
packing ho'ihe employ who caused Csr -
penter arrest testified that k had paid
S, 'center "ST
Come and see the
500 pound cheese
A Maelstrom of Price Concessions That Must Inevitably At
tract Every Woman in Omaha and Vicinity to the Daylight Store Saturday.
Are you wisot "The man who knows wears Princeton
clothes" high class spring nnd summer clothes for men
that are simply a revelation in the tailor art. "We are revel
ing in the most complete anil perfectly selected right-up-to-the-minute
ready-to-wear Clothes for the careful dressers
that has ever been shown.
CHECKS Checks for everybody not bank checks, but clothing you
can bank on. Just the Bame as being right right in pattern, right
In style and right In price; we are showing all of the New Checks,
and they are exclusive. Of course we have stripes, over-plalda and
plain colors, but the popular demand is Checks. Let us try one of
these "Princetons on to convince
$15, $18 pd.o $25
Ladies' Silk and
'Lefis" Celebrated Kid Gloves, 16
button lengths, in black, white
and all the new tans and browns,
excellent values at $4.50 a pair,
Dut special for Sat
urday, a pair
Kldcllo French Kid Gloves, in
blacK only, 12 and ' 16-button
length, Saturday, $3.75 values
$4.00 values for $3.48
Short Black Usle Gloves, special
OXFORD SALE SATURDAY
We want to show you Saturday
what fine Oxfords for ladles' we
are selling at $3.60, $3.00
We still have plenty of those Tan,
Patent Colt, Gun Metal Welts and
Vicl Kid Oxfords, the $3.00 kind
Face Veils and Veilings
Imported Lace Vella. in the latest
large scroll chantllly patterns,
brown, navy, gray, black i,nd white,
. worth to $3.00. Our prices, each,
$2.25. $1.75 nnd ai.50
Special Purchase of one gross Chan
tllly Lace Veils, 14 yard length, in
brown, navy, white and black, regu
lar $1.K0 and $1.25 values, sale price,
each, 98c and TBo
Chiffon Veils In the most desirable
shades, light blue, pink, brown,
champngne, white and black, plain
or with large chenille dots, $1.26
and 75c, to go
Hi-yard length, special, eoch...49o
3-yard length, special, each 98o
26c Fancy Face Veilings, plain mesh,
with or without dots, all colors, snle
price, per yard 7Ho
Our third shipment of Lace Cur
tains of wonderous values and
marked for Saturday's big sell
ing: Values to $1.75 for 08
. Values to $2.75 for 81.05
Values to $4.00 for $2.05
8sc Zephyr Gingham, Be 6,000
yards of Zephyr Olngham, worth
8V4c yard, on sale Saturday
(limit 20 yards to a customer,
none to dealers), yard 5
Baby Go-Carts Folding Oo-CarU
with rubber tires, special Satur
Others from $22.50 down.
Gasoline Stoves 2 burner, $2.95
values, on sale Saturday
Perfection Oil Cooking Stove As
advertised by Standard Oil Co ,
2 burners, each $7.50
BLIDENBURG MAY CO FREE
upie3)f Court GrtiU a Sehtarinsr ia the
JUDGES OISAGREE IN FORMER TRIAL
Governor Vetoes the Dill Limiting- the
Dividends of Insurance Companies
to Elaht Per Cent Epidemic
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, May 8. (Special. )-There
will be little surprise occasioned with many
who have been following the case of Eu
gene Blydenburg If the supreme court de
cides in Ills favor and he is released from
the penitentiary, where he Is serving a
life term for the murder of his wife at
Eldora, Ia. Blydenburg was first tried
about four years ago. The rase at the time
attracted slute wide attention. He hail
but recently been married and his young
wife one Sunday became sick. Blydenburg
prepared the meal and soon afterward she
died. He was accused of poisoning her.
There was no suspicion attached to him
till her relatives had the body disinterred
and examined. The body had been taken
j to her old home In Ohio,
j When the supreme court passed upon the
j case at the first appeal Judge Weaver and
I Judge Deemer dissented from the opinion
; of the majority of the court. They claimed
1 that the slate had utterly failed to prove
i that any crime had been committed. At
torneys for Blydenburg appned for a re
: hearing hefore the supreme court nnd got
; it and the case will be reargued at tho
sitting of the court next week. The at
torneys for Hlydenhiirg have made great
: use of the opinion ' " Judge Weaver, who
: wrote the dtns:ntlr..i; Mnlon when the case
vna first argued. Judge Weaver Is now
chief Justice of the supreme court. Tlio
opinion Is one of the most able ever
handed down lv the court. J. W. Bosen-
i borough of Archbold, O., father of the late j
vra rtw.nntmrir hm emntnved Ohio at
, tnrneys and Attorney i nsries j. Aiinnnu
of Eldora to asslHt Attorney Oeneral
i Byers ln arguing the case before the u-
preme court. The same attorneys were
j employed tv him to afist the rounty at
! torney of T'nr.lln county when the cane
I was flrrt tried.
I ll lint Three Hv Menls.
i . 1 , . . . A l, i .1 I- rVn Tl.a
I Measles n ...c ... ..m-
Moines schools that all but three of the
1 kindergut ten pupils in one b.illding were
tolly from hnt caui'e- The
i enrollment Is forty. Boms are recovering
! and will return to school in a few days.
so that the schools will not now be closed.
lidvrrniir Vetoes One.
Governor Cummins has vetoed the bill to
the "vMend. of Insurance companies
j to 8 per cent, as has been anticipated he
j would do. The bill was Intended to be a
rt of a pUn Clf vision of Insuranoe
U tut th. legislature after paa-lng this
lOth AJMD 1 HOWARD
you. We have them at
Kid Glove Bargains
SITA," slxteen-button length
French Kid Gloves White
Only sold regularly at $3.60
pair, Saturday, J in
per pair Zi,OJ
Warranted double tipped Black
Short Silk Gloves, special Satur
Short Silk Gloves, grays, white,
tans, modes, browns and greens,
76c to $1 values, Saturday 48t
SrKCIAh Full 16-button length
White Silk Gloves, double finger
tips, regular $1.75 values, for
Saturday only, pair $1.19
Boys' and Misses Tan Oxfords,
$2.50 kind, at $1.48
People who have bought these
Oxfords claim they are genuine
bargains. Try us Saturday on
NOVELTY JEWELRY ORNAMENTS
New lot of Belt Pins in Swastika Cross, large heads, and other pretty
designs at, each, $1.00, 76c, 60c and 25
Veil Pins, large sizes, dull and bright gold, at, each 50
Gold Hair Barrettes and brilliant settings at 60c and 25
Big lot of New Novelties, Bhirt waist sets, beauty pins, brooches, the
new horse shoe pins, and collar pins, plain and mounted settings, at,
each 60c and 25 f
Big lot of Fancy Wash Belts, BllghUy mussed from handling, regular
35c values, choice, each 10(2
Vantine's Antiseptic Sana Dermal Talcum Powder, the purest made,
regular 25c value, Saturday 15
Delicate Extracts In apple blossom, heliotrope, violet, white rose and
lily of the valley, sella at 50c ounce, Saturday only, ounce 102
Bargains for Saturday
BASE BALL GOODS.
Choice of any Base Ball Bat Sat
urday for 15
Complete Base Ball Suits for boys,
each $1.48 and $1.00
League Balls only, each.... 95
Good Balls, only, each 50c, 25c,
10c and 5
Fielders' and Catcher's Gloves,
$1.25, 76c, 50c and 25
from $7.50 each '
down to 75c each
are for Satur
bill defeated the others. Left In this shape
the bill Is held to be unconstitutional as
to both federal and state constitutions.
Hlver Improvement Dead.
It is feared that the plans for Improving
the Dcs Moines and Racoon rivers here
for averting floods are dead. The 2-mill
levy authorized by the legislature for that
purpose will raise but $320,000, and the
lowest bid Is for $328,000, and the property
to be condemned will run the amount $50,
000 higher. An attempt may be made to
find some other plan for making the im
provements. St. Joseph Girl Saved.
Miss Bessie Stennett, a high school girl
of St. Joseph, Mo., was taken charge of
by tho police on the streets here last night
She had answered a matrimonial adver
tisement and came to Des Moines to meet
the man she was to marry. Instead of the
man two women appeared at the Union
depot at midnight after the girl had wulted
there for a couplt of hours. They suc
ceeded in getting the girl's story and vol
unteered to take her home with them for
the night. They were hurrying her to the
demimonde district in East Des Moines,
when detectives accidentally met them and
took the girl from them. She was sent
back to St. Joseph tuday.
Appointment la Auditor's Ouire.
Miss Margaret Hamilton, who was com
mittee clerk for the committee on Insur
ance in the house during the session of
the legislature just closed, has been ap
pointed to a position in t he banking de
partment of the auditor's office, rihe began
her duties to day. ,
STANDARD 0IL ARGUMENT
Attorney for Company Declares Gov
ernment Falls to Prove Declara.
tions of Indictment.
CHICAtJO, May S. in presenting argu
ment today on his motion for a new trial
in the Standard Oil rebate case recently
decided against that company in the fed
eral court. Attorney John ti. Miller declared
that the Klkina act as applied to interstate
shipments is In violation of the fourteenth
article of the constitution of the United
Tne attorney announced that at he com
menceinent of his argument without preju
dice to the motion for a new tria. he would
ulso move for an arrest of Judgment.
It was claimed by Miller that the govern-
ment during the trial failed to prove tho
material declarations of the Indictments.
He said no competent testimony was in
troduced which warranted the submission
of the case to the Jury. 11 declared fur
ther that the Elkins law as applied to
Interstate shipments in this case is In vio
lation of the constitution because It de
prives shippers of the liberty and th right
to transport goods from one state to an
other In this country.
Attorney Miller then reviewed th. evi
dence in detail.
It Is probable the arguments In behalf
of a new trial will consume all ot today
and most of tomorrow.
Sale Ladies Walking Skirts
One of the best offerlugs we
Coats Satnrday Almost Our Entire Stock Ages 6 to 14 years, all
our New Spring Coats, fancy and plain colors, prices were from $3.60
to $7.96. Saturday, $2.95 and $3.05
Drummer's Sample Sale Ladles Neckwear
Saturday at 0 a. ni. we will place
on sale sample line of Ladles'
pretty, stylish Neckwear at less
than cost to manufacture. This
lot consists of Lace, Linen Ba
tiste, Chiffon and Silk Fancy
Stocks, Chemesettes, Silk Scarf
Ties, Fancy Turnovers, Coat 8ets
and Turnover Sets, nothing in
this lot sells for less than 60c
up to $2.00. Your choice Satur
New Embroidered Linen Turnover
Collars, each 252
25c Embroidered Turnover Col
lars, each 12 H
fjn4c The Daylight Special r A
A JaC lw Soft and Stiff. &mJJ
Others from $3.50 down to $1.60. 10 Discount on any Shirt,
Cluett and Monarch brands included, Saturday only.
A Record Dreker: The Blue Ribbin Colossal Cheese
The largest cheese ever bi ought to
Omaha; orders are now being re
ceived, but won't be cut until all la
sold. Place your order early and be
In line for getting J6.00 In gold free.
it lbs. Daylight Peerless Flour $1.80
Vs-lb. can Wedgewood Coffee 60
1 lb. 40c Special B. F. Tapan Tea
given free with this flour and ooflee.
22 lbs. Granulated Sugar for....1.00
12 bars Superior Laundry r)oap...26o
Egg-O-See, Toasted Corn Flukes. 3
pkgs. for Sao
Korn-Klnks, new breakfast food, per
pkg. 6c and 10c
Orape Nuta, per pkg lOo
Carnation Cream, can 10c
Mixed Candy, usually sold at 2 Or,
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
"prin Business it BsoVwardtn Aooount of
Unuiusllj Backward BcMsa.
PIG IRON PRODUCTION AT HIGH TIDE
Nearly All Furnaces Have Product for
Year gold and Many New Plants
Are Rein Built Cotton
"NEW YORK, May 8.-R. O. Dun & Co.'s
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Spring retail trade Is backward becauae
of the unusually late season and tardy dis-
trlhutlon of merchandise is also causing I Something like an old-time hull market
complaint of delay in mercantile collection. : Jn wheat developed this week, with a net
but there is confidence that most of the advance of 2 cents, after sharp upward and
postponed business will be made up when downward moves brought about by cunfllct
the conditions become normal. Dealer pur- jng crop reports.
cliused freejy from manufacturers In anticl- , Business failures In the United States for
pation of a record breaking season find de- the week ending May 2 number 103, against
liveries are still coming from the mil's and 157 last week, 1) In the like week of 1S6,
factories, shipments bong facilitated by Ini- m in !!, ITU In 1904 and 176 In 1W a. I'Hnu-
proved traffic conditions. Manufacturers
are active In all leadii g Industries, most
plants being operated full time and the out
look In the steel business could hardly be
brighter. Projected building operations
promise a nood demand tor all materials,
but numerous small labor disputes retard
activity In this department . All rnniro.
versles over wages and hours ar not ex-
tensive or alarming. Only favorable reports
. j . i , . . 1
w receiveu iruin me iron ana sieei in -
dustry, new business coming to the mills
us rapidly as orders are tilled and few
producers are able to take advantage of
premiums offered for prompt delivery. Ore
has begun to move frtely on the lakes.
Arrangements have been made for a record
year, many new vessels enlarRinc the
carrying capacity. Pig Iron furnaces are
producing as rapidly as possible and new
plants are In course of construction, but
deliveries are tardy and roost concerns have
sold their entire output for this year. Largo
orders for cotton ties were plMcrd at ait
advance of 10 cents per bundle and the
season's needs will be provided for without
delay. Pipe and structural shapea are
among the most active departments, thi
week s order, cuverlng a very large ton
nage. lit primary msrkets for cotton goods the
only development of importance was the
sharp advance in the cost of raw material,
which tended to strengthen th (xiaition
of producers, who were resisting with In
creasing difficulty the pressure to accept
lower quotations on distant dellveriea As
muht 1i,lil,eia hKVi rmirjuiled the reirtil.ir
I season's business, they are not ivxlous
ZyJr tV, purVh. khead f or the next !
. s. axon. There is little accumulation of i
I Hocks and less Is heard of resales lit sec.
r., i,Ur,,vei,,.nt in .,ni.n h..
received a check and the market Is await
ing developments. Mills ure fairly busy,
but the late session Is retarding progresa.
Kxtenslv preparations wer mad for early
business which has not materialized.
Duplicate orders are chiefly for th better
lines of woolens.
BRADITHECTI REVIEW OP THAUI1
Business Is Sllll Hampered ky t'naca
onably Cold Weather
NEW YORK. May l.-Bradstrt'l to.
morrow will say:
Unseasonably cold weather still hamper,
trad snd crop development, though trier
la a slight improvement uotd In tb later
Come and see the
500 pound cheese
have ever made New
Skirts in panama cloth
and fine worsteds, the
very latest styles in
pleated skirts, black,
navy, brown, checks and
mixtures. Prices were
$5.50, $5.95 and $6.95.
Clean-up Sale of Misses' White
lawn and Organdie Dresses,
all a little dt'Bt soiled. Prices
were $2.50, $2.95, $3.60,
$3.96 and $4.95. QR
Sale of Children's and Misses'
15c Embroidered Turnover Col
lars, each 10
10c Embroidered Turnover Col
6 yards of White Washable nucli
Complete stock of this season s
vogues in fine Neckwear and Lin
gerie Batiste and Linen Bolero
JacketB, trimmed in lace end em
broidery; Lace Half Sleeves,
Chemer.ette and Chemesette Sets,
Coat Sets, Collar and Cuff Sets,
Batiste Scarf Ties, Bat Wing
Ties, Turnover and Stock Collars
to suit everyone. Prices from
$5.00 down to 50
Ladies Summer Underwear
a,nd Hose Specials
For Saturday only we will place on
sale a lot of toadies' Vests, French
lisle and cotton, low neck, no sleeve,
In blue, pink and white, sell reg
ularly at S5o each, sale price.,.. 86o
Ladles' Faat Black Lace Lisle, plain
lisle, silk Usle and medium weight
cotton Maco Hose, black and split
soles, worth to 75c pair, special, the
I pairs for $1.00.
Bargain Table filled with Mack, tan,
brown, blue and fancy colored lace
Hose, and plain colored lisle hose,
regular 60c and 65c values, as a
leader Saturday, pair BSo
40o Chocolate Creams, per lb JOa
Twilight Mint, per box 150
20o Mixed Nuta for, lb. lOo
Fresh Country Eggs, per doi 16o
Finest Creamery Butter made, lb 28o
Country Butter, per lb. from 24o
Strawberries, Splnaoh, Asparagus,
Radishes, Cucumbers, Lettuce, fresh
Tor tba Boys and Olrla.
To every boy and girl under 15
years coming to see our Mammoth
Blue Ribbon Cheese on Saturday we
will give a nice present of Candy.
liens, Spring Chickens, Ducks, etc
Bacon, Lard and Hams from the lead
New and reliable assorted Dahlia
Bulbs, each , 6c
Flower and Vegetable Seeds, S pkgs.
direction because of the receipt of ample
moisture in the southwest. Retail business
hue been chiefly affected so far, but Jobbers
and wholesalers report that April trade as
a whole does not equal that of April a
year ago, though the volume of business
for the four-month period Is considerably
in excess of la. Collections are likewise
showing some effects of delayed trade,
while Improving where weather conditions
have been favorable.
Reports as to advance orders booked for
fall are quite encouraging, though a few
lines note hesitation as to booking far
ahead. Industry as a whole Is actively
engaged. May 1st strikes, largely confined
to building trades, do not appuar nearly as
serious as in previous years, and tha tone
in the iron and copper trades appear some
what stronger and a greater deposition to
book freely for the last half being noted In
pig iron. On the other hand, the leather
trades are quiet aa a whole, though mora
has been done in some lines, owing to out
put being restricted, and hides are firmer.
Grain and cotton prices are higher this
week, mainly because of poor crop advices,
but In the case of wheat also, because Eu
ropean crop advices are not much mora
I favorable than In thla country.
dlan failures for thr week number twenty-
Ave, ss against twi .ity-threa last week and
twenty In this w-.k a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour, exports from the
United States and Canada for the week
ending May 2 aggrexaied 2 2.14 754 bushels,
against 2.6U),?42 lust week, 2.1M, 74H this week
lust year. 1.279,(ltV4 In 1Si6 and B.!WU56 bush
j ' In If! For the last forty-four weeks
of the fiscal year the exports are 143. 9oo.-
, tuT k.i.k.l. ...... I . 1 1 1 ... i in I itw-x K
i ""B"r'oi ... . no-)., , iv-o, w.-
6M.074 in liKH-S and 217.1U.OS3 bushels In
Corn exports for the week are l,fll7.W5
bushels, against 1,611 ml last week, 1,035. gli
a year ago and 2,71a,87tl bushels in 1!"6. For
the flscsl year to date the exports ar.
6. 427.9.17 bushels, against l,37,J4iJ ln 19u6-
and te.S79,'jtt bushels In 19o4-(.
Tha Price of Peaea.
Th. torrlbl. Itchlns and smarting, Uir4
dent to certain skin diseases. I. almost In.
stnntly allayed by applying Chamberlain's
Balv. Price, 2C cents.
Forest Fires la Washington.
BKLLINOHAM. Wash., May .-Th. town
of Maple Falls, situated In the northwest
ern part of Whatcom county. Is surrounded
bv forest fires and Is burning. Before tele
phone snd telegraph wires went down a
frantic call for help was mad. A special
train with fire fighting apparatus left her
. today for the seen.
Maple Fall, haa a
' population of tlfj.
FOR TOILDT AND BATH
Fiagara roughened by needlowork
catch every stain and look hopeU.sly
dirty. Hand Sgpollo remove not only
the dirt, but also the loosened, injured
cuticle, -and restorcB th tlngern to
thtlr BMturml bsuty.
VL GKOCEHS AND DAUOGISTt
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