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TTIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 12. 1P07.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
THE HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY he
Ornve, IS Krntt
M-LIBERTY TO OUbT JONES
Jadee Befuwi ta he 'train thi IotJ o
Tire anl 'o c ' oirx iss ner.
HEARING TO BE HMJ bM : "i IM Nc Xf WEEK
ruiirt Hold that I f linnnliiliin la
Later- Declared aa Illegal Uoiljr
Jnnm, If Discharged, Can 8ne '
mid Hfntrf Salary.
Jungs Wheeler In district court yesterday
d -nied the application of State Senator
uur,ders as coun.'il for. Fire Chief Jones
for an order rextmliiliiR' the Fire rind Po
lice commission, from exercising It rights
a-d diitla an ruch ponding the, determina
tion of the quo warranto proceedings In
stituted by Mr. Eaur.dcrs attacking ttio con
st Itutlonallty of tlie law creating the com
mifslm. In arriving at this decision Judge Wheeler
held that the nutrition of the nnotltutlonal
Ity of lha law creating the Fire unci Police
commlPf Ion did not enter Into- the case ot
this time, the question of the application
for the restraining order alone being he
fore the court. In view of the fact that
the law had been enacted by the stctc leg
islature, signed by the governor and duly
placed Pn the statute hooka and the com
mission appointed under nnd according to
Its pnrvl -tons. Judge Wheeler hp id. It
' 'wauld 'Sot. In. his opinion, lie within the
provlrce of this court to Iffiue nny order
preventing the commls.Mcncrs from acting
OS ruch. While it wai tr:ic, he ?ald, the
antltutlqnnllty of the law crnttng them
li-id been ett tcked, the cr mmlssluncrs were
tie facto officers nnd ns Mich were entitled
crclne the rights conf. rri.d upon them
perform the duties asMnned to them.
At the fame time Judge Wheeler ruled
that if later the law creating the Fire nnd
Police commission is determined to be un
constitutional and the commissioners are
neiing without legal r.uthorlty. Chief Jonea,
If fllsmliwd from his position na hend of
the (Ire. derartmert. would then be able to
recever nl! the emo'uments of such office
from the day he Is discharged and would
then he reinstated as chief.
In "handing down his decision Judge
Wheeler took occasion to remark that he
relieved the members of the Fire and Po
lice comtnlcslon wfuild give Chief Jonea
a fair and Impartial trial, and that If the
Chnrgfs should not be proven, they would
reinstate him. Friends of Chief Jonea, how.
ever, realize that his deposition Is a cer
tulnly. as such action was determined upon
before the commission was appointed and
the harges were filed .with that purpose
As the matter now elands, the commis
sion Is at liberty to proceed with Its orlg-
Innl program nnd hear the charges against
Chief Jones, and appoint Charles M. Nichol
son, the former democfBTlc chief of the
department, In his place. As Mr. Snunders
has to be out of the city for a day or so
the ncarlng will not be held by the com-
. I mission before Wednesday evening.
. City Solloltor Kimball did not appear at
( the hifurlng in district court yesterday for
IT, and Police commission, Attorney
One Agent Wanted tn
- ILach bmall Town
TO SELL OUK ICE CREAM
We guarantee our Ice Cream to
be equnl to Ice Cream manufac
tured by other manufacturers.
If you wish the best Ice Cream at
teal low prices, write tor particu
lars. t n mTrrivTcrii.T
H h lis r. JuuuE.iioc.il
H 504 8. Main. Thone 381
Council Bluffs, la.
, I haul dead animals, $1.00 per head.
Garbage, ashes, manure and all rub
bish; clean vaults and cesspools. All
work done Is guaranteed.
Calls promptly attended to.
InJ Phone 'l9 V Bell Red 1171 9
J. II. SHERLOCK U
The Gift Store of the West
ia,y Option SeJe
c,-m. ,1k .
Select article you want
sold at some earlier date
0 Discount Sale
Continued for one more week.
8 A. A. CLAlEC a- CO.
N i nan Kturnt n
LUJIU t.lUHLI U Id HQUSEHQLq FURNITURE
And auy Chattel Kecurity at one-half the usual rates.
Tivruty years of successful buslnrss.
. Contrr lain and llroadway. Over American Expra.
14 . !. conneciioa wltn
' ta 1hones SIT.
V ra'-r smrX rayerv -.w rpawarne-rM. m TPH'f'ftMmf'7ffis-TTi
. Tel. 4.
B. U. Wadsworth, counsel for Charles M.
Nicholson, appearing alone for the defense.
Charges have also been filed with the
commission against Patrolman Charles E.
Owens. They are signed by Captain Sohs
fer and Patrolman Smith and charge Owens
with being Intoxicated while on duty. It
is said the charges are to be heard by the
commission Fridny. Owens hna been sus
pended pending the hearing -The law gives
the chief of the police department authority
to suspend or discharge any member of his
fot-e for rnuse, but the member so dls
chaiged or suspended may within five days
appeal to the commission and must be given
Complete line of Victor base ball goods
Petersen & Schoenlng.
Petersen ft Pchoenlng sells matting.
T'pholsterlng, mattresses made to order,
old mattresses made over, fenirvr beds
renovated, feather mattresses mads and
all kinds of upholstering a rpectalty.
George W. Kline. Pell phone MS, Ind.
phone 710 black. 19 South Main street.
Greatest Ice save- on the market the
Alaska refrigerator. Petersen A Schoenlng.
Before getting your upholstering, mat
tress milking, repairing and reflnlshlng
done, get the prices of the Morgin Up
holstering Co., 331 Broadway, nxt to
Alexander's art store. Tel. for quick or
ders. Bell, Slfl; Ind., 370 red.
Be Office Moved.
The Council Bluffs offlce of The Omaha
Bee has been moved from No. 10 Pearl
street, where It has been for the last
ten yenrs. to No. 15 Scott street. The new
office Is directly north of the Sapp block
and opposite the Nebraska Telephone com
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 2W. Night, 169.
Buy the Jewtl gas or gasoline stove.
They are the safest. Petersen A Schoenlng.
First Christian church, Rev. J. A. Me
Kcnslo, Pastor Bible school at 9 a, m.
Preaching at 11 a. m., subject. "Three
Things Necessary for Success Git, Grit
nnd Gumption." Communion at 12 m. En
deavor at 7 p. m. Preaching at 8 p. m.,
subject, "An Unpardonable Sin" chart
sermon. Special music under direction of
First Congregational church. Seventh
avenue and Sixth street, Ir. Otterbeln O.
Smith, Pturtor Morning service at 1030.
Vespers at 6 p. m. No 7:30 service. Sun
day school at noon. Midweek service on
Wednesday evening. Morning subject,
"Service Necessary to True Christian
Character." Vesper subject, "The Sword
of the Spirit." Special music morning nnd
First Presbyterian church. Rev. Marcus
P. McClure, Mlnlster-JU 10-80 a. m.,
"Breathing Room Sufficient for Man." Bible
school at noon. Intermediate society at
4 p. m., Margaret Groneweg leader. Toung
People's society at 7 p. m., subject,
"Joseph;" Chester Wescott leader. At (
p. m., "A Toung Man's Obligations."
St. Paul s Episcopal, Rev. II. W. Starr,
Rector Sunday after the asoenslon. 8 a.
m., holy communion; 10:30, morning prayer
and sermon; Sunday school at noon; 8
o'clook, evening prayer and wrrnpn. Morn
ing topic, "The Logical Necessity of the As
cension as the Completion of the Incarna
tion and Resurrection;" evening topic, "The
Efficacy of Prayer In the Light of Modern
Second Presbyterian, Rev. Grant B.
Wilder, Minister Preaoh!n"ln the morning
at 10:30, subject, "Power;" Sabbath school
at noon; Young People's society at 7 p. m.
In the evening at 8 o'olock Mr. W. J. Shall
cm ss of Omaha will give an address, sub
ject, "Importance of Christian Endeavor."
A girls' choir will sjng at the morning serv
ice First Church of Christ, Scientist, will hold
services In the auditorium of the publio
library building at 11 a. m., when the sub
ject of the lesson will be "Mortals and Im
mortals." Sunday school will be at 12:15
I p. m. and. the regular testimony meeting
, on Wednesday evendng at 8 o'clock-
Broadway Methodist Church, Rev. James
O'May, Pastor Class meeting at 10 a. m.j
preaching service at 10:30 a. m., sermon sub
ject, "The Ten Commandments;" Sunday
school at noon, and Ep worth league anni
versary meeting at 7 p. m. ; preaching serv-
Have you made a selection
from any of the rich and de
sirable articles we are offer
ing at a big sacrifice. Here
is a sample
Cut Glass Tankard Jug
May 1st .
May 8th .
at any price on card, and if
it is yours.
it tinners pitti r n4
Clark Mortgace Co.
JSO. T. TIMXET, Jfgr,
Ice at 8 p. na., sermon subject. "The Ten
Commandments," second Installment.
Learn Tear Rati? to Walk.
We have Just received a shipment of
baby walkers, IZ.2S to M 50 each. Gst one
and learn your baby to walk. D. W. Kel
ler, 103 South Main.
Bee office removed to IB Scott street, op
posite Nebraska Telephone building.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name ind Residence; .Age.
Fred F. Chambers, Council Bluffs
Fnnsy May Otto, Council Hl-itTs IK
Mirtln Jenfen. Council Bluffs Sn
Johannah Jorgensen, Council Bluffs 2'!
''eorre w ' T n. Otr.-ii , "
Emma Mclntyre, Omaha to
M. A. ft'tnn, Kansas City, Kan 24
Graee Wilson. Kaneos City. K-in II
JoVn 8 Henderson, McCook. Neb S3
Cora Anna Beach, Detroit, Mich 24
PAST WEEK t BUFFS' SOCIETY
Card Clnhs Fnrnlsh the Principal
Mrs. Manly Moon of Iowa City Is th
guest of her mother. Mrs. I. W. Ross of
Mr. Mvron Richards of I,lncoln. Neh.,
Is the auest of his son, Mr. O. F. Richards,
of this city. '
Th C. M. I, club will be entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Martin
Hughes. r?3 Ninth avenue.
The Ktatter klub will lv entertained on
Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Perry Raddo
lett at her home on Park avenue.
Mrs. J. F. Thompson of 411 South First
street has returned from a six weeks' visit
with friends and relatives In Missouri.
Mrs. A: W. Francis, linf Fourth avonue,
was hostess at a 1 o'clock luncheon given
to the members of the "500" club Friday
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Pouglags. 405 South
Eighth street give a reception Friday even
ing In honor of Colonel and Mrs. Hull of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mlllett of Goldfleld,
Nev., are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Mtllctt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James
Wlckham, 400 Franklin avenue.
The meeting of the Florldora Card club,
to have been held Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. John C. Smoll, 3"2 Fast
Washington avenue, has been indefinitely
The members of the Queen Esther's guild
have Issued Invitations for a muslcale to be
fMven Thursday evening,- May 23, at the
mine of Miss Helen Wallace, 37 Bluff
The St. Ann's Altar society of St. Peter's
Catholic church will entertain at a card
party and social Thursday evening, May 53,
at the Knights of Columbus hall, In the
Dr. Clifford P. Ball and Dr. J. I. McOIrr
of Beatrice, Neb., who have been attend
ing the Nebraska State Medical conven
tion In Omaha, were the guests during
the. last week of Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Metzgcr. 302 South Ninth street.
Miss Pansy May Otto and Mr. FTed F
Chambers were married Inst evening at the
homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Otto, on Vine street. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. H. W. Starr,
rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church. It
being witnessed only by relatives ana a
few Immediate friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mcpherson of thU
city announce the engagement of their
son, Russell Mcpherson, to Miss Berry
of Omaha, the wedding to take place In
lialKlc-r, Neb., where he has charge or a
largo ranch belonging to his father. Mrs.
Mcpherson has already departed for
Haigler, Neb., and Mr. McPherson will
follow shortly, the wedding to take place
1 In the near future.
I Mrs. 1owls Cutler was hostess of the
! Oakland Avenue Reading club Friday
t afternoon at her home, 134 Bluff street.
The annual election of officers, was held.
! Mrs. S. W. Miller being elected president
I' for the ensuing year, Mrs. Oreenshleld first
vice president, Mrs. Fair second vice presi
dent, Mrs. Croc well secretary and Mrs.
J. U. Haunders treasurer. After the elec
tion of officers dainty refreshments were
served by the hostess.
The Catholic women of this city enter
tained at a card party and social Monday
evening at the Knights of Columbus hall.
Progressive high Ave was enjoyed, at which
Mrs. Hammel received the first women's
prize, Mr. O'Rourke the first men's prize.
The consolation prizes were awarded to
Mrs. P. Ounnoude and Mr. Martin Hughes.
Eight refreshments were served at the ch-se
of the game. Dancing was enjoyed by the
&X guests until a late hour of the evening.
The Economical Card club was enter
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. C. E.
Taylor at the home of Mrsi Frank Hahn.
315 East Washington avenue. Mrs. Hitch
cock was swarded the first prize and Mrs.
Gilbert the second prise. Mrs. Oeorge
Wesley was awarded the grand prize for
the season, Mrs. Abdlll the second prize
and Mrs. Bliss the consolation prize. Dnlntv
refreshments were served at the close of
the afternoon. Mrs. Harris will entertain
the club Friday afternoon at her home on
East Pierce street.
The members of the Jolly Twelve Card
club were entertained Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. A. C. Keller, Thirty-third
street and Avenue B. The hostesses for
the afternoon were Mrs. Keller, Mrs. N.
Earnenbright and Mrs. H. Rosoh. The aft
ernoon was pleasantly spent at playing
"60," at which prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Doty, Mrs. Duquette, Mrs. Earnen
bright and Mrs. Roach. After the rame
I dainty refreshments were served. This is
j the last meeting of the club this season.
i ii young- men oi me omega t.ia 1 au
fraternity of the Council Bluffs High
school entertained Friday evening at a
dancing party In Eagles' hall In honor of
the young women of the Theta Sigma Pnl
sorority. There were about eighty couples
present. The hall was heavily decorated
with penalties and the fraternities' colors,
green and gold. The grand march was led
by Newton Farrel and Miss Gertrude
Reed. The patronesses were Mrs. Iewls
Cutler, Mrs. Dudley and Mrs. Donald
Macrae. Presiding over the punch bowl
were Miss Gertrude Wheeler ana Miss
Elizabeth Konlgmacher. .
Miss Cherry Wells and Roy Wilcox en
tertained at a cotillion Friday evening at
the Wilcox home In honor of Miss Florence
Opal Goodman and Mr. Moyer, whose wed
ding will take place In June. There were
twenty-four guests present. Refreshments
were served at one long table. In the center
f which was a mound of white roses and
ferns and at the four corners of the table
were hearts of red roses, pierced through
the center with gold arrows. The living
room was beautifully decorated with white
ros.-s and the parlor In pink roses. The
large ball room was deoorated with palms
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Josaelyn, Soft
Worth street, celebrated their golden wed
ding lMSt Tuevday by a family reunion
end dinner at the home of their daughter,
Mrw. C. O. Filch, 7"1 Third street. The
children, all of whom were preaent, are
Mrs. C. O. Fitch, B. F. Joselyn of Balti
more. Md . Mrs. J. W. Wilson of l,ake
Geneva, Wis., and Theron W. Josselvn
f Omaha. Mr. und Mrs. Josselyn were
the recipients of a number of valuable
mementoes of the happy occasion. Sidney
A. Josselyn and Mum Katherlne Wsds
worth were married at Rive Falls, Wis.,
In 1n57, and came to Council Bluffs to mako
their home In 1-M0.
The Council Bluffs Woman's club of the
railway mail service was pleasantly enter
tained Wednesday afternoon at the home
of ths president. Mrs. G. K. McCnnnell,
assisted by her daughter. Miss Ittle, and
her son, Earl, who favored the club with
some violin numbers. Elvhteen members
and six vlnltora were present An outline
of study for the year was edopted. The
subjects to be considered are household
economics and modern literature, with one
meeting devoted to the suhject of civil
service reform. After the meeting dainty
refrexhments were served. The next mo;,
lng of the club will be June 13 at the home
of Mrs. W. J. McDonald, 770 Madison
The Book Lovers' club was entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. C. P .
Parmelee. 11 Second avenue. The topic
of iicufislon was Algernon Charles Swin
burne. "8erlnus and Ethical Character of
Victorian Literature" was given by Mrs.
C. F. Kimball. "Swinburne's Early Poetry
and Revolt Against this Seriousness" was
given by Mrs Bui-kman. : "Selections from
Karlv poerra and Bitllads" by Mrs. Fllik
ji'ixolt "Swlnburn's Iiter Themes" by
Mrs. Thomas. "Ills Dramas." which Is a
tiketch of Atalanta and Calydon. was given
by Mrs Vet.ter. Selections from Atalanta
in Culydon. criticisms of his works and his
S.Tsonul character was given by Mrs
Wadsworth. Mrs. Whitehead had charge
of the current events
A very pretty birthday party was given
for Mlxa Beatrice Roetticer by her mother
and Mlna Ethel Hays Monday evening at
her home, Fifth avenue. It blng ths
einhtewith anniversary of her birth. The
houiw was beautifully decorated with ferns.
alins. roses and carnations. The evening
u speni ai music ana games, a dainty
three-cure luncheon being served during
the venltig. The guests wers Mitis Ethel
llu. Ml Evallne Cummii.g, Miaa Ciccy
Pmwel, Miss Mil set Paekett. Miss Agnes
Redden, Miss Lula Whlt. Miss Anna Ker
glnson. Miss llniel BlileMn, Miss Nellie
Allaevy, Miss Insv Adams. Miss Blanch
Mercer. Miss Htelia Walton. Miss Mnry
Finney Miss Ruth Williams. Mies Harriet
Leen, Kir. Jsmes Finney, Mr. loulse Fin
ney, Mr. OeoiKe Hith. Mr. James Will
iams. Mr. Arthur J. F.bhelwhite. Mr. R.
Pickett, Mr. Cerl Jennings. Mr. Ar'htir i
Fn.ha.nlt. Mr. Fred 1a Wit, Mr. Julius
Frohsrdt. Mr Irs Hays. Mr. F.d Wilson.
Mr. Harry Frnhardt. Mr. M. Campbell, I
Mr. ian woonrurr, .Mr. William iiro R. Mr.
Bussel Wlillarns. Of the above, Nlr. James
Fluey. Miss M iry and Miss Louise Finney
are from Omaha.
t-ace curtains. Stockert Carpet Co.
TCE IS NOT GOING TO HE ANT
CHEAPER THIS YEAR. GET ONE Of
OCR ICE SAVERS. WE II AVE THR
RF.HT AND CHEAPEST REFRIGER
ATORS IN THE CITY. D. W. KELLER,
103 SOUTH MAIN.
Stockert sells carpets.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Fine engravlnrs at Leffert's.
See Schmidt's elegant new photos.
Stock pastured. Phlnney. 'Phone 21773.
Iewls Cutler, funeral director, 'phone 97.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. B3.
PETERSEN SCHOENINO SELL RUG 9
Pictures for graduation gifts. C. E. Alex
ander, 333 Broadway.
Want good No. 7 Radiant Home heater.
Address P. O. box 226.
I. Muccl, the ice cream man. Wholesale.
All flavors. 'Phones 3H4.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVFSTMENT.
TAL.H. IU LiV UKT ABULiT 11.
Wanted to buy, a good hard coal heater.
Aaaress u., tsee omce. 15 HcoCT street.
Wedding and engagement rings at ths
right pries. O. Mautue. 22 West Broad
Prompt eye glass repairing. The best
service In the city. Dr. -.agarell, 10 Pearl
Uo-carts are all the go now. All kinds
at me very lowest prices. D. W. Keller,
i"3 Doutn Main.
Lawn mowers sharpened and parasols
rcpairea. reterso.i. tne reliable mechanic,
101 West Broadway.
H. H. Field, one of the pioneer residents
of this city, is engaged in writing a his
tory or I'ottawattamie county.
BLDVVE18ER BOTTLED BEER IS
SERVED ONLY Al FIRST-CLASS BARS
AftU LAftU. A ROSEN FELD CO., AgtS.
' CARRIAGES ALWAYS READY. CALL
Zil, win TIIONCS, GRAND LIVEHY,
J. W. AND ELMER E. MINNICK. PRO- I
Mrs. Lincoln Flemlna- of Glen avennu
who has been seriously 111 and who Is
now in bi. josepn s hospital, Omaha, is
reported as Improving.
The postal supplies for the substation
at 2316 West Broadway, have been re
ceived and the substation will be open for
Business next, l nursuay
George W. Lang and Emma Mclntyre,
both of Omaha, were married In this rltv
yesterday by Rev. Henry Do Long at his
voice in me coun nouss.
The degree team of St. Alban's lodge,
Knights of Pythias, will in to Harlan
Tuesday evening to put on the work be-
rore the lodge of that place.
De Gtorgl Bros. , of Chlcogo have ar
ranged to remove 'their seed business to
tnis city and have leased a portion of
the Keystone building on South Main
Miss Viola Burgess, stenographer to Sec-
inmjr hcto oi ine commercial club for
more-than two years past, has resigned.
Her approaching marriage to a well known
uu.micbo man oi mis city is an
nounced. . "
M. A. Sexton and Grace Wilson, a younK
couple frr,m Kansas City, Kan., were mar
ried in this city yesterday afternoon, the
ceremony being performed by Justice
Cooper In the office of the clerk of the
T" Young Men's Fortnightly club of
the First Congregational church will keep
open house Monday evening In the ojturch
parlors from 8 to 10 o'clock. All the young
people of the ?hurch and congregation are
The degree team of Council Bluffs coun
cil. Knights of Columbus, will go to Perry
la., today to assist In Installing a council
there. The Council Bluffs council will
put on the first and second degree work
while the Sioux City team will put on the
The monthly business meeting and social
of the Associated Charities will be held
Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P
Ounnoude, 734 Willow avenue. All of the
trustees are requested to be present.
Friends of the association are cordially in
vited to attend.
John Clarey, against whom two Indict
ments were returned by the grand Jury
In connection with the theft of a set of
harness valued at $26 from the Whlttsett
barn, entered a plea of guilty In the dis
trict court yesterday and was sentenced
to five months In the county Jail.
It Is expected to dedicate the West Side
Christian church on either the first or
second Sunday In June. Rev. B. S Dennv
state secretary, will be present and offi
ciate at the dedication. The special ser
vices have been resumed at this church
This evening Rev. J. 8. Carter will occupy
An incipient blnze In a pile of corn
cobs between two buildings gave the fire
department a run yesterday morning about
11 o clock to the Droge Bros, elevator at
the corner of Ninth avenue and Tenth
street. The fire was extinguished before
It communicated to any of the building
It Is supposed to have started from a
"wtii n nwncn enxine.
Mary nnd Mamie Kerns, aged 17 and 18 !
"TT''r Jlvln ul 1000 Avenue,
M, were before Judge Wheeler yesterday I
in me juvenile division of the district !
court on complaint of their mother. When
iiwe.iJ"?,hlr rea'l2e(1 that h Bfls were I
at &iJ?h ,? J?"1 i th '""''"'trial school i
Mltchellvllle she relented and inter
ceded with the court that they be given
another chance to mnd their ways. Their
case was continued for a week. .
A,frIrl: ,he ?'enr-Id ,on of Mr. and
Mr,. Thomas Tlerney. 1119 Third avenue, i
died at a late hour Friday night from
spinal meningitis. This i. the second
2, ,r.,:m, ln disease In tills
family within a week. The funeral, which
was private, was held yesterday afternoon,
Interment being In St. Joseph's cemetery
Miss Emma Colburn of County Attorney
Hess offlce will leave the first of the week
MT..airrVelI. We"k',?, ,rP to California
Miss Alice Chase will fill mIbs Colburn's
place during the latter's absence.
Iowa it otes
I-OOAN-The funeral of 8. I. King who
died In the hospital at Chra,ot on the
heritor burVarRm " Apr" 1 w" brou""
MAR8HALLTOWN 8. S. Ollllgln a
tTJtT. ,S,U,h I,ako,a. held up
V,, b !wo npro women and rohlH- l
deposit a"d 2,m c,!rtifl;a ff
GCTHRIE CENTER While dinging a
tunnel In a sand dune on his fit her s farm
i"mr noB,h ,;,Jt,"- Center. Richard
Lllis. 18. was mirled alive lust nlKht Hi-j
rxxly was recovered a few hours later A
with young Kills. They had been etrtng
ng wire for a feno, WKre digging In
the sand for amusement
LOOAN At the rer-ent convention of the
n.U '."T i?' ' the Thirty-fifth
district held here the following bm.ers
were elected for the coming year- presl-
?tiMr,'- v1,"'"? ""' I.H'le Sioux: vice
president. Mrs. Mattie Burlmnk, Missouri
alley; secretary, Maud Bassett, Mt'le
Sioux; treasurer, Mrs. Julet Dviat. Mis
souri Valley; resident vi-e presidents. May
M rT;"""1 Hughttt. Woodbine
Mrs. Tucker. Persia; Mrs. D. Stewart I.o
gan; Phlla Gibson. Utile Slnux Grafe
Noyes Mondamln: Mrs. Hammer. Mo.lale
Mrs. Florence Walker. Missour Valley'
Committee on legislation, laws and unites
and pmuran'S w,.r6 a,0 8(,iH(.tPd Th.
Valley".1'"" ' h"11 at Murl
May Haslet Chantploa.
NEW CASTLE, Ireland, May 10MIss
May Kailct, the champion of Ii4 and J9C
won the final round In the ladles' charnt
plonship here today, defeating her sister
Horence by two up and one to play.
Pierre Orator Wlsi.
YANKTON. 8. D.. May ll.-(8pcc!al T.l
egram.) Cs-llsle of Pierre won the first
prise at the fifth annual state high school
declamation contest. Dorothy Clarke of
Yankton was second.
Emperors la Mwt at lea.
LONDON. May 11. Hiclal dispatches
from St. Petersburg say that Emperor
Nicholas and Emperor William liuve ar
ranged for an early meeting on the ImlUc
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GRADING UP THE COLLEGtb
Corcwission Layi Down f ulea for Those
V. hosa Gia3nate8 Eeceivs Certificates.
NO ROOM FOR A CHARGE OF PARTIALITY
Colonel C'roasley Appointed as the
U. A. It. Member oe Commission
to Complete Hitster of
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. May 11. tSpecial.)-After
a two days' gt-sslon the members of the
State Hoard of Educational examiners have
agreed upon the method of putting Into
force the Stookey bill pased at the last
session and providing that the state board
may designate certain colleges of the state,
the graduates of which should be entitled
to state teachers' certificates without ex
amination. Thsie was the possibility of a
merry war and much rivalry among the
colleges. Certain of the big colleges would
rather the little ones would not be given
this consideration and all the little ones
wanted In themselves, but wanted all the
others cut out. Instead of passing on the
various colleges ond educational Institu
tions of the state separately the state board
has decided to set up a standard and allow
every college that conies up to the standard
to come In. Tbe board spent much time on
this standard and will probably finish It
and have It ready for announcement soon.
It Is propsed to make certain requirements
and fix them definitely as to courses of
study and professors of certain efficiency.
After this Is fixed em-h college In the state
will lie allowed to make application for the
privilege of having Its graduates furnished
teachers' certificates without further ex
amination If they wish it. The state board
will then merely determine whether the
college comes up to the standard or not.
In this way It Is bellved there can be no
possibility of any charge of partiality,
which is the one thing the board desires to
Council Shlfls Offices.
The executive council has solved the ques
tion of roomo ut the statu house for the
time being ut least by moving the geological
department to the brick flat building that
stands on slate ground across the street
eat of the state houoe. One-half of the
building is now occupied by the stite food
and dairy commissioner. The rooms va
cated by the geological survey will be given
to the secretary of the executive council
and the rooms occupied by the secretary of
the executive council will be given to the
attorney general. The architect for the
Hoard of Control will be moved to the top
floor of the building east of the stute house
or have the optl n of occupying one of the
committee rooms In the state house till the
next legixlature meets, which, will be a year
and eight months from now. The . room
In the basement occupied by the architect
will be given to the parole board for the
present at least.
It Is proposed further as soon as the
building Is erected back of the warehouse
for a paper warehouse to move the document
department conected with the secretary
of states oftVe and the rooms occupied by
the state superintendent and the state li
brary for unpacking books to the ware
house and thus give addltlonul room in the
The board made an offlce for the state
veterinarian by ordering' the secretary of
the executive council to vacate a small
room In the basement used for storage pur
pose next to the supply department room.
For the present no arrangement can be
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ness at this store for the time when rug and
carpet buying would be foremost in the
thoughts of every housekeeper.
Nothing has been left undone to make
the showing complete at this store. We feel
confident that in quality, variety of patterns
and low prices, we rank first.
It will be a worth while visit to drop in
and look us over.
It Is strongly .con
structed, of groat
economical; It Is
lined with sine, has
metal shelves, patent
drip cup and other
If You Need a
Y . guarantee,
that the Ideal
Range will cut
your bill one-third
and pay for Itself
In the saving of
gas. Tou can get
this range only at
Bet up complete,
ready for use
The cause for ths
heavy demand for
beddng as this time
of the year Is the un
usually large assort
ments and low prices
we offer. Cotton top
made for giving the railroad commission or
the adjutant general additional room,
"peelal F.leellon Called.
The special election to vote cm the
question of the adoption of the commis
sion plan of government for Dcs Molnea
has set toaay by Mayor G. L. Mattern
for June 20.
Frelirht Handlers Organise.
A union of the freight handlers In Pes
Moines was effected last night when the
charter arrived and ofllocrs were :iected.
The strike thnt started a few Cuys f go
has been settled by the railroad accepting
the terms of the men and ullowtng them
pay and a half for all time over the. reg
ular number of hours a day.
Frost Makes More Scare.
Another scare was given the fruit men
of Iowa last night by a frost that . islted
the stats. It went down to thirty-four
In Des Moines and the frost covered the
state east of the Missouri iivlde. It Is
Hie coldest mark for May for seventeen
years. The previous cold mark was May
16, 1890, when It was 33. It is feared
Uiat the cold of last night lias ln.luitd
the applea, which had escaped the pre
vious cold nights. It registered t'.'enty.
six above In Iowa Falls, the coldest point
In the state; twenty-seven at Marshall
town, twenty-eight at both Charles City
and EstUervllls and twenty-nine at Blbley.
Daughter Brians Damage Bolt.
In the depositions In the federal court
taken In the case of Miss Lulu Guslam
against the Qulncy, Omaha & Kansas City
railroad, questions were usked -and testi
mony produced that for a time s icmeil to
put a stop to the suit. Claim n.'enls of
other railroads testified that Miss Gres
ham, under her own name and under tho
name of Miss Lulu Ridden. nir, had
brought many suits against railroads for
personal Injuries, and one time in Mrs.
Itlddenour. It was further testified to
that she had 'lived at apartments In this
city as Mrs. W. E. Ilrown and tho man
with her was Identified as a 'writer of
Des Moines. It was testified to thnt when
suing one railroad as Mrs. Kldd.inour
there was a man with her suppoiK'd to
be Mr. Rlddenour, who was not the Des
Moines barber. Miss Gresham'a t: ther.
who attended the trial and ho seems
to be an honest Missouri fanie-T, was
thunder struck by the trend of the testi
mony and sought to have it stopped.
Miss Gresham U suing for flG.OOO.
Doctors Meet la Cedar Rapids.
The Iowa State Medical . society vlll
meet In Cedar Rupids the coming week,
the convention opening Wednesday.
Knlitlita of folumuna.
A meeting of the state convention of
the Knights of Columbus will be held In
Waterloo next week.
Crosalcy Is Appointed.
Colonel George W. Croasley of Webster
City has been designated 'by Colonel
Clark of Cedar Rapids, department com
mander of the Iowa Grand Army of the
Republic, as the old soldier member on
the commission that will direct the prep
aration of the material for the soldiers'
roster. The 'jertilicate of appointment
will be jiiada out by . Governor Cummins
at once and the commission will then
soon have a meeting for the purpose of
starting the work. Colonel Crossl.y was
at one time warden of the Anamnsa pen
itentiary. He was a member of tne 'chlrd
Iowa during the civil war.
Thrift tirts Troops.
Adjutant General Thrift today retu ned
from Fort I.eavnworth, Kas., wh'-re he
went to make arrangements with fie reg
ular army officers for the maneuvers that
will be held with the state troops the
coming summer, tie has the promise of
the Fort Leavsnwwrth officers of their
support and co-operation. It Is untlel
patcj that a number of the regular s.my
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officers with a lot of the government
troops will participate In the maneuv irs.
Eujolns His Molher-ln-l.a w.
Temporary Injuctlon was granted this
afternoon by Judge Hugh Brennan against
Mrs. J. Hall, restraining her from visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Charles E. Miller, 1125
West Ninth street, a fashionable neighbor
hood. Chnrles E. Miller called upon the
court late this afternoon and complained
his mother-in-law Interfered In all family
arrangements and with his happiness. "I'm
the worst victim of the mother-in-law on
record," he said. "My mother-in-law
Jumps in on every occasion. I was married
In 1801 and my wife and I ought to be
perfectly happy. If the court will perma
nently enjoin this busy body mother-in-law
from visiting me I can live In peace." The
court granted a temoprary Injuctlon and
on next Wednesday will hear the case on
REMARKABLE ST0NE IS FOUND
That Rrsrlns Portrait of Washington
Picked tp in tooth
SIOUX FALLS, 8.. D., May ll.--Spe-clal.)
An Interesting and peculiar "And"
was made by some of the men employed
on the mammoth stock ranch of P. F.
Wlckhem In Hanson county.
The find Is In the form of a 'stone sbout
twice the size of a man's hand. The stone
has the appearance of belonging to some
of the flint varieties, but had become el
most as soft as limestone. The Interest
ing feature of the find Is the fact that
upon a smooth side of the stone Is a re
markably llfe-llko portrait of George
The portrait was so skillfully carved In
the surface of the stone that every line
Is clearly dlsccrnable and the features can
be recognized at a glance as those of the
father of his country. Everyone who In
spects the stone and portrait declare with
out hesitation that the portrait Is that of
Washington, showing that an artlu's liund
guided the chisel with which it was cut
deep Into the stone.
The stone Is perhaps a trifle greater In
length than a man's hand and about three
inches In thickness. In color U is of
light gray and unusually heavy for Us
size. One side Is Jagged and uneven, as If
it had boen broken from a ledge or larger
stone, while the other side Is smooth and
slightly oval In shape. It Is upon It that
ths portrait appears. The stone n.vst
have been brought a long distance, ss bo
other stone of the same character la to be
found In this part of the northwest. Much
speculation is being Indulged In as to the
Identity of tho person who carvd .the
features of Washington In the stone and
as to the period when this wss done.
THIEVES W0RK AT CAIRO
Poatoftlce and Business lloases
Mobbed by Men Who I'se
CAIRO. Neb.. May r..-(Hpeelal Tele
gram.) LuKt night sneak thieves entered
the blacksmith' shop of Fred Erlckson nnd
secured a brace drill and screwdriver. The
postofflce was entered and the Cash draw
ers robbed of all change, about $0. Tho
general merchandise store of F. W. Good
rich was entered and the cash legUter
robbed of about $7 and a pocket hook be
longing to a woman clerk taken with about
iS. A saloon was entered and three quarts
of whisky are mlBslng.
All door were i.pened with skeleton keys
and it Is thought by the same parties that
robbed th: Aids postoftlre the first of tb;
week. Sheriff Dunkel Is on the way from
Grand Island with bloodhounds sad will
attempt to trace the robber
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