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TTTE OMATTA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. MARCH 17. 1fXK.
The Oovaell Muffs OffUt the
Omaha Im at II too ft ItrMl.
Borwlck. wall paper.
1-ewls Cutler, funeral director. 'Phnna 87.
Woodrlng T'onVrtaklng company. Tel. JM.
FAUBT JJEF.K AT ROGERS' BUFFET.
Majestic ranges, P. C. DeVol Hdwre. Co.
Cut flnwrs. Iiciman lirot, florlati, it
W. W. til' krsnn. tli watchmaker, ha
moved to West Broadway.
F. 'A. Bpenror, piumhlng. heating anil
gas fitting. 168 Went Broadway.
BAIRD, LOSOENBCKEB BOI.AND.
undertakers, 'i'lione L3. 14 N. Main Bt.
Bluff City Maeonlc lodge) will meet In
regular Minion this evening at 7 o'clock.
Hnrnirtny chapter. Order of the Eastern
Siar, will rrteoi in regular' session Thurs
Tito reRiilar nKCtlng of Winner court,
Trlhe of Urn Hut. will be held Wednes
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Bloom of
Denver, a sun. .Mm. Hlixim Is visiting at
haul Broadway, this city.
A mirrlff(e license Vm laaued yesterday
1o II. K. Vnnil-rpiiol, aged 40, of thla city,
and Ada iAiuvri. a,ged Ik. of Dumfries, la.
Mayor Thoma. Maloney will go today to
Mi hone. la., where .Wednesday ha will de
liver the address at the St. Patrick's day
See the oil painting, "First Day of Coun
cil Muffs: 1-ewln and (.'lark's Council With
Indian." how t xliiMtod In show window of
Alexander's Art Store.
I. My camp. Royal. Neighbors of America,
will meet this evening In regular seaxlon
In (ho hall la the Mrrriam block. All mem
beta of the dogree team are requested to
in present. i
The funeral of Mis Kverll Brooks, who
whs accidentally shot and killed Sunday
morning by her brother, will be held on
Wednesday morning at 10 c'clixk from tha
family residence, y;sn ficott street. Burial
will be In Walnut Kill cemetery.
WR ARR GOING TO OPEN I P NEXT
WKKK WITH A KILL NEW LINE OK
WALL PAPEiL VARNISHES. PAINTS,
KNAMKI8, lmrSHFS, 8TAINB AND
PICTURE MOULDING. ETC. WALTER
Mlt'HULAlSEN, 11 PEA HI. BTREET.
Henry Peter Herman Maas, a farmer of
Treynor, la., filed a voluntary petition in
bankruptcy In the federal court yesterday.
Jlo schedules liabilities aggregating J2,378.i',4.
of which 1 1..:! are unsecured. He lists
axsuts valued at 4iV4, all claimed aa exempt.
George Caraon, charged with the theft of
a watch from J. J. Gordon, was yesterday
bound over to await the action of the dis
trict grand Jury. In default of bonds,
placed at $"iOU, he was committed to the
county jail. Carson waived preliminary
Mis. Harriett F. Krtobloeh, wife of L. H.
Knobloch, 1021 Seventh avenue, died sud
denly yesterday morning from heart trouble
sfter an illness of nine weeks. Sha leaves
only her himhand. Mrs. Knobloch was a
member of Harmony chapter, Order of the
Eastern 8tar The funeral will be held
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from
the residence and burial will be In Walnut
IIFiAllS SCHOOL BOARD
antes Ilia Committees for the Rnsn
At the reorganization of the Board of
Education last night Emmet Tlnley waa
re-elected president. Q. A. Schoedsack,
who was elected to the board, received on
vote for president and S. 8. Elliott also
received one vote. "
President Tlnloy named the following
standing committees f ir the new year:
Teachers1 and Rules Bhugart and Capell.
Text Tiooks. Course of Study and Prlnt
Ina -Schoedsack and Klllpaek.
Finance and Accounts Heed and Elliott.
Fuel and Heating Capel! and Bhugart.
Ileautif yitiB of Urounds Schoedsack and
Janitors and Supplies Klllpaek and
Iluildings and Grounds Elliott and Reed.
Trior to tlie reorganization the board
canvassed the vote cast at the school
election on Monday of last week. The
canvass showed thut Tlnley and Schoed
sack had been re-elected by majorities of
2W and 235. respectively, and that tha
proposition to levy a tax of $18,000 for a
ward school on the old high school sits
bad failed to ' cirry, while that to levy
a tax of $15,000 for a four-room addition
to the Twentieth avenue school building
It was decided to allow the Judges and
clerks of the election to for their services,
while the registrars, who had little to
do. will' be paid S3.
It was decided that the usual spring va
cation of one week should, begin March 27.
Prof. Orason of the high school faculty
was gTanted the use of one room In the
high school building for a private summer
school without expense to the district.
EVANGELICAL CIIIRCII MEETING
Embraces All German Churches la
State at Iowa.
Right Rev. William Horn of Cleveland.
O., bishop ' of the German Evangelical
church,' will preside over the forty-ninth
annual conference of that church, which
will le held in Council Bluffs, beginning
April 1. The sessions of the conference
will be held ' In the German Evangelical
church at the corner of Glen avenua and
The German Evangelical church has two
conferences In this state, the "Iowa," or
German conference, and the "Des Molnea."
or English, conference. Tha one to be held
here Is tke Iowa conference and Includes
the entire- state. Itelegates are expected to
he In attendance from practically all tha
tierman churches of the denomination In
Iowa,, and the members of the local con
gregation, of which Rev. O. P. Caweltl Is
pastor, are preparing to entertain a large
number of visitors.
The actual work of the conference will
begin on Tuesday. March 80. when exam
ination of young preachers and candidates
for tha ministry will commence. The con
ference will continue over Monday, April 6.
Rev. I. W. Bock of Des Moines, presiding
elder, and formerly psstor of the church
nrre, will attend the conference, as will
many other prominent church officials
rom all parts of the state.
Tttsro ta Only Ono
LaizatlvQ Bromo Qulnlno
USIB THB WOtUm OVER TO OUKT A ttOLO 10 mUK OAT.
Alwar ranembor th full uune.
for this glgaatura oa r box.
A. A. CLARK & CO,
LOAD MONEY Oil
U3 ANT CHATTEL BECCKITT AT OXJS-HA1 THB CSC AX, BATBnV.
I , Twenty Years of gnocanafai Pusnxaa.
doKSEK XlAPf AND BBjOADWAT. OTXB AMKIUCAH JEXTBXSS.
Vr connect m with tha flraa oaUlag thasaawlraa Th Clark Morlnaa C
BOTH PUOXE3 S17.
START UN BATTY HEARING
Members of Grand Jury Differ at to
What Transpired in Jury Boom.
COURT QUESTIONS WITNESSES
Attorney for Ratter Strenuously Ob
jects to the Proceedings Hearts
Mot Completed at Hoar of
Judge Thomell did not reach the city
until yesterdsy afternoon late, so was un
able to complete the hearing on the motion
of H. V. Battey to quash the Indictment
returned against him on the charge of em
bexsllng county funds while serving as
clerk of the district court, on tha alleged
grounds that the grand Jury had been
coerced Into returning the Indictment after
It had i-oted to report a no bill. The hear
ing will be resumed this morning by Judge
Thomell, although the January term closed
yesterday afternoon and the March term
will open this morning with Judge O. D.
Wheeler on tha bench.
Four of the members of the grand Jury
which returned the Indictment against Bat
tey on February 20 were examined yester
day afternoon. Their testimony was some
what conflicting. Juror Schrerbrock testi
fied that when County Attorney Hess ap
peared before the grand jury at the time
complained of he seemed to be "angry" and
insisted that an Indictment should be re
turned against Battey. On the other hand.
Juror Chambers testified that Mr. Hess did
nothing of the kind and that when ha ap
peared before the Jury he merely explained
to It some of the matters In connection
with the case.
The hearing yesterdsy afternoon de
veloped the fact that the county attorney
appeared before the grand Jury at tha sug
gestion of the oourL s
Counsel for Mr. Battey laid special stress
on the fact that the records of the proceed
ings of the grand Jury show that on Feb
ruary 19 that body voted no bills In the
two cases against his client and that on
February 20, after reconsidering Its action,
It returned an Indictment on tha embeszle
ment charge only.
Objection to Action of Coart.
During the progress of the hearing coun
sel for Battey objected to Judge Thomell
Interrogating the witnesses, .contending
that the court did not represent the county
and waa not there as counsel for either
The following are the members of the
grand Jury which will be Impaneled today
by Judge Wheeler:
P. H. Moran, Kane; William Huss, Silver
Creek; F. Ostertag, Rockford; C. L. Prouty,
Garner; William Casson, York; O. B. Mc
Brlde, Boomer; George W. Jensen, Nor
walk; H. J. Schrerbrock, Neola; A. K.
Chambers, Hardin; B. F. Kock, Mlnden;
H. C. Jenkins, Lewis, and J. Wilding,
It Is expected that the grand Jury will be
called upon to devote considerable time to
Investigating charges against Maybray and
his alleged gang of swindlers. A number of
the victims of the gang arc expected here
to appear before the grand Jury.
Judge Wheeler yesterday morning Issued
temporary restraining orders In the suits
brought by J. H. Cupp against F. J. West
and S. P. Williams, and Thomas and Mag
gie Griffin, saloon-keepers In the town of
Neola, to enjoin them from selling In
Heal Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
March 16 by the Pottawattamie County Ab
stract company of Council Bluffs:
Hans Peterson and wife to Nels Peter
son, und. H of wS acres of the ne4
sw4 of 30-78-42. w. d 400
Fremont Barnes and wife to W. W.
Cleary. b nW of 32 and the a22
acres of the nwH nw4 of &J-76-42,
w. d S.03S
Fremont Barnes and wife to Nels Jen
sen, 1 acre in aw4 nw4 of U-7S-42,
w. d 50
E. Y. Hawley and wife to Perry Wil
son, wH iwi and ne'A wtt of 1-76-44,
w. d 6.885
John M. Buckingham and wife to
Allen D. Pettlt, se neVi of 7-74-39,
w. d 4,000
William H. U Moss and wife to C. P.
O'Neal. ne4 ne4 and n se4 ne
of T-77-44. w. d 4.26C
Will F. Bledentopf at ai. to William
H. Lk Moss. ne4 neU and nVa se44
neVi of 7-77-44. Q. c. d 5
Midland Guarantee and Trust Co. to
William Arnd. lot 8 and sVs of lot 10,
block 9. Jackson's add. to Council
Bluffs, w. d 4,000
Peter linger sr.. and wife to W. A.
Koch, lot , block 2. Great Western
add. to Mlnden, w. d 200
Annie M. Keys and husband to Mar
garet B. Officer. W47H ft. of lot 14,
block 2. Turley A White's add. to
Council Bluffs, w. d 1.860
W, S. Shoemaker, unmarried, to Jess
ica J. Bledentopf, lots in Ferry add.
to Council Bluffs, deed 1
Annie Downs, unmarried, to Jessica
J. Bledentopf, lots In Ferry add. to
Council Bluffs, deed 1
Charles H. Downs and wife to Jessica
J. Siedentopf. lots In Ferry add. to
Counoll Bluffs, w. d 1
Edward D. Dodson, unmarried to Nels
C. Johnson. eZ) ft. of lot S In origins!
plat of lot 210, In Council Bluffs,
w. d 580
Council Bluffs .Real Estate and Imple
ment Co. to Clark Implement Co.,
lots 1 3 and 4. block , Williams'
1st add. to Council Bluffs, w. d 3,000
Total, fifteen transfers 127.882
Fir la Tailor Shop..
Fire In tha shop of Adolph Dlwoky, tailor,
s38 West Broadway, at 9:30 o'clock last
night, did damage to the stock of suitings
and made-up garments, estimated at about
ti00. The blase started near a partition
In the rear part of the shop, but whether
from a defective flue or a lamp, which had
been left burning, was not determined last
Shortly befora 11 o'clock the department
was called to the grocery store of C. H.
Orvls, adjoining tha Diwoky tailor shop,
where it wss found that the fire had eaten
through the roof. It was extinguished with
HORSES, CATTLE AND
SO. P. TIMLEa. Mxr.
only slight damage to the stock from
estimate or tub city rbvkki'B
F.ihty-Plre Thnnsnnd Dollars Aatlel
natetf for Coialns: Tear.
The city council Isat night decided that
It would take IS5.I20 to m.Untaln the sev
eral municipal departments during the fis
cal yesr, which began April 1. and tha
ordinance providing for appropriations ag
gregating this amount was parsed.
The amounts appropriated for the coming
yesr snd those for the year Just closing
for last for com'g
Salaries of executive depart
Police and marshal's dept... 22.260
Fire department !4.6m
Fire and police, teleg. dept.. 2.in
Kngineer's department 4. Mil
Bts. and alleys deipt 9.
Printing and supplies l.?on
City hall 1,500
City pound SfiO
Health department l.Mn
Total I7S.120 3X6.220
The appropriation for the police depart
ment Is Increased 31,000 over thst of the
year now drawing to a dese; that for tha
fire department is Increased S?,O0O instead
of $2,300 as suggested by Mayor Maloney;
that for the stew and alleys fund, $1,000,
and that for the engineer's office. $800.
Contractor E. A. Wlckham appeared he
fore the council and urged an Increased
spproprlatinn for the city engineer's office.
He said that in view of the large amount of
public improvements and other city work
to he done next year, the engineer would
need additional help.
City Tressurer True in etimat1ng ttw ex
penses of the city for the coming yv-nr
figured on an anticipated revenue of tSS.ooo.
City Solicitor Kimball expressed the opinion
last night that at least $?,frt0 which had rejeri
paid out of the general fund for expenses
In connection with the proposed municipal
water works plant cmilrt be repaid out of
the water works sinking fund. Under these
circumstances the council decided it would
be safe to figure on an anticipated revenue
of $f7,000 so that after providing for the
appropriations aggregating 5,200 there
will be $1,780 for the contingent fund If tha
Income anticipated Is received.
The salaries of tha executive department
remain as bofora and ara ss foMows:
Mayor $ 1.2fi0
Deputy clerk l.flen
Klsrht cotincllmen S.ono
Judge superior court l.non
Stenographer for city offices 730
The ordinance recites that gas and elec
tric lights, sewer department, bridge de
partment, intersection, paving and grading;.
Intersection sewer, special assessment pav
ing, special assessment grading, special as
sessment srwsjra, special assessment curbing
and sidewalk. Interest on funded debt,
water rental, city parks, public library.
Judgments, improvement fund are provided
for from the cash on hand and the receipts
from the levies made therefor.
Tha recommendation of the committee of
the whole that the ordinance providing for
a division of the First precinct of the Sec
ond ward into two voting preclnts be laid
over for further investigation of tha mat
ter, was concurred In. The council also
concurred In tha recommendation of the
committee that no action be taken on tha
ordlnanca granting tha Great Western rail
road a right-of-way for a switch track on
South avenue, until It complied with tha
order to put In a crossing at Eleventh
Tha demand from tho C. 13. Nash com
pany of Omaha that the record of the al
leged meeting of the city council on the
night of September 7, 1908, be expungod
from the records was referred to the city
solicitor without discussion.
Tha requeat of several large firms for a
fire alarm box at Sixth street and Tenth
avenua was granted and one ordered In
stalled. Tha council will inert Friday afternoon as
a committee of the whole and In adjourned
PI9GAH OIL CASES ARE SETTLED
Biz Thousand Dollars Alleged to ITave
With tha settlement out cf court yester
day of the ault of Joseph Swain, adminis
trator of the estate of Gladys Chapman
against the Standard Oil company and
other there was nothing left for the federal
petit Jury to try so Judgo Smith McPher
son dismissed It for the term.
In this suit, which was known aa the
Plsgah Oil company, dainaues In the sum
of $60,000 were asked from the Standard
Oil company for tha deaths of Mrs. Chap
man and her three children, who were
burned to death at their home as the re
sult of the explosion of what was supposed
to be kerosene, but which. It waa alleged,
proved to have been gasoline. It Is under
stood that the case was settled for $8,000,
Most of the court officials left frr their
home last evening, but Judge McPlierson
said ha expected to remain here until
Thursday, as there were a number of minor
court matters, which would demand his at
tention. It was stated that J. C. Maybray. alleged
head of the "swindling syndicate," against
whom two Indictments were returned on
charges of using the malls to defraud In
connection with the buncoing of Samuel
But or of Case Lake, Minn., who contributed
$6,000 to the gang as the result of becom
ing tntereeted In a fake wrestling match,
will be tried at the September term of
United States court In this city. No time
has been set yet for bringing Maybray back
to Iowa. United States Marshal Clark
stated yesterday afternoon before leaving
for Des Molnea that ha expected Maybray
would be brought direct to that city and
later transferred to Council Bluffs. Mr.
Clark thought it might be some time before
Maybray Is brought here.
ho lasjaest Over Moore.
Coronir Treynor announced yesterday
that he would not hold any Inquest over
George Moore, who committed suicide
Sunday night by shooting himself at the
Metropolitan hotel, where, until recently,
he bad been employed aa night cook.
The police so far have been able to learn
but little about the dead man. Robert
Kelley, a railroad swltchmsn, who boards
at the Metropolitan hotel, told the polioe
that he had known the dead man In
139" in Huntington, Pa., and that he be
lieved his right name waa McDonahue.
Kelley said that he believed Moor or Mc
Donahue had been confined in the reforma
tory at Huntington, but for what he did
At the Metropolitan hotel It was said
that Moore's right name was MarUn. The
body Is at Cutler's undertaking roosna and
If not claimed by relatives In a few day
will probably be buried at the expense of
the oouuly. The polios were unable to
find anything among the man's effects
which would give a clue to his Identity.
Bee Want Ads are business boosters.
will attract and hold tenants at 10 to 15 higher rentals ; property sells quicker,
and owner gets back the full cost of the heating outfit. IDEAL Boilers and
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LIQUOR BILLS IN SENATE
Provide Stringent Begulations for
Operation of Saloons.
PUTS QUESTION UP TO HOUSE
for Laboratory to Aid la Fight
oa the ftvrlne Plague
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, March l.-(Bpeclal.) The
senate today took a turn of showing; tem
perance sentiment, and put up to the house
a series cf bills which will test the sin
cerity of the house pretensions of being
the only prohibition body of the legislature.
The senate passed three bills, which, to
gether will make the following restrictions
on the saloon buslnss:
Only one saloon to each 1,000 of popula
tion of a city.
No saloon owned by anyone other than
a qualified elector.
No saloon within n0 feet of a public
library, as well as school or church.
No lunches served In saloons, free o
No brewery or distillery company to have
anv interest whatever In a saloon.
No person who has been permanently
enjoined from liquor sales to operate sa
loon within five years.
These restrictions are embodied in bills
which were in fact prepared In the com
mittee on suppression of Intemperance.
Efforts were made to defest or amend
them, but to no avail, as the senate was
determined they should all be passed sub
stantially as reported.
The senate also passed a house bill which
fixes the time for commencement cf terms
of office on the second day of the year, and
a bill permitting payment from trust funds
for cost of bonds of executors.
Ts Fight the Swine Plague.
The house passed an appropriation for
W.OOO for the eatsbllshment st Des Moines
of a laboratory for the making of serum
for the cure of hog chplera.
The house also passed a bill giving six
months In which to file complaints against
telegraph companies for neglect to de
The house pasaed a bill to permit the
trial of a man for murder though he be In
prison on another charge, the prisoner to
be taken from the penitentiary for that
Monopoly In Srrarltr Cesapaales.
The bill to require thst surety companies
shall put tip a deposit with ths sudltor of
state, after the manner of the insurance
companies, is declsred by persons Inter
ested to havs been written In the office of
one of the largest surety and guaranty
companies doing business In the stats, and,
If passed, lis effect would be to put all the
smaller copipanles out of business and
leave a monopoly with the two large com
panies, one in New York and one In Balti
more. This has tx-en the effect. It Is ssid,
in South Dakota, where a similar law Is In
force, with ths result that ths two coin-
that makes complete
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pantes divide up the business and have
raised rates for bonds.
Ore son Plan for Senators.
The bills to provide for the adoption of
what Is known as the Oregon plan of pri
mary elections as to United States sen
ator, will come up In the senate on
Wednesday. There wll not likely be much
discussion other than a presentstlon of the
well known arguments In favor of such
methods by the senator from Ottumwa.
There Is no sentiment In the leglslsture for
a radical change In the primary election
Quarterly Conference Held.
The quarterly conference of the heads of
state Institutions with the Board of Control
is being held here. The program Includes
a series of papers and addresses on sub
jects relating to the work of the care of
the wards of the state, also an address
from the warden of the prison In Minne
sota. The heads of the state Institutions
ssy they have no information as to any
complaint of mismanagement or bad treat
ment at the various institutions and that
all such complaints, even though they have
come from persons of disordered minds, are
promptly looked into. The proposed In
vestigation of the prison at Fort Madlaon
has been dropped, so far as tho warden Is
aware, though he has himself expressed a
desire for a searching Investigation.
Com rail tee Probing; Into Hospitals.
The house committee, headed by Repre
sentative Brandeis. is just commencing
work on a hasty investigation of the four
state hospitals. The senate refused to Join
In any movement looking to stirring up
trouble at the Institutions and the house Is
going It slone. One member of ths com
mittee hss already announced that the com
mittee will find a horrible state of affairs
at the hospitals and that the state will be
severely censured for permitting It to con
tinue. The committee this week commenced
examination of witnesses, having secured
a Hit of all those who have been dlssharged
from the hospitals for any reason within
a year or two. Borne of the former Inmates
will also be put on the stand.
Ttatlonal UrnnsT to Hold Meetlnar.
Officers of ths National Orange have been
In Des Moines for several days making ar
rangements for their convention to be held
here this summer.
M. A. Harlan, an Illinois Centrsl brake-
msn, wss killed esrly today at Rrineckar
Siding. He waa run down by a fast train
that was going at the rate of forty miles
an hour. Harlan lived at Alden, la.
Dedication ef Mew Hospital.
FORT DODGE, la.. March 1 (Special
Telegram. )-The dedication of St. J'seph's
Mercy hospital in this city will be held
March SI, Bishop Oarrigan of Sioux City
delivering the address. Dignitaries from
many places will be present and elaborate
preparations are being made.
Councilman Acquire Puhlle Retads.
ONAWA. la., March 1C (BpsclaJ.V-sf ucq
comment hss been sroustd among the
rltlsena of Ottawa by tha disclosures of the
proceedings of the Onswa city council at
thslr last meeting March L At this meet-
There are thousands of houses that
need only to be furnished with the
home-making comfort of Steam,
Hot Water, or Vacuum heating to
secure good tenants or ready
purchasers. No one will
long live in a poorly heated
house, and the vacant house
goes to pieces much faster
than one which is occupied.
1 1 Radiators
A Ne. S-M-W IDEAL. Boiler and TOO ft.
of J8-ln. AMERICAN Radiators, coating
the owner S300, were used to Hot
Water heat this cottage.
413-417 South Tenth Street, Omaha,
ing it Is asserted a portion of a public road
leading Into Onawa was dseded to one of
its members; and an abandoned road to
another. The papers It Is alleged were
secretly prepared beforehand and then
"railroaded" through. An Investigation will
In I ver.lt r Laboratory at Okobojl.
IOWA CITT, la., March l.-(Bpeclal.)-Work
on the new lakeside laboratory at
Lake Okobojl founded by B. U. I., alumni
will start as soon as the snow leaves the
ground. Prof. Thomas II. Macbrlde, the di
rector was on the grounds recently with a
contractor, but could do little because of
the deep snow.
Plans have been completed for the labora
tory building proper. The dimensions will
be stxty-four by fifty-eight feet, one-story
high. The form will be that of the letter
H, the greater length extending north and
In the center of the new building there
will be an auditorium planned to sest 12S
people conveniently. The north portion of
the building will be devoted entirely to
morphological botany. The south wing of
tha building extending east and west, will
be devoted to other subjects, primarily to
laboratories for physiological botany,
geology and coology. Four rooms occupy
Iowa Ktwi Kotea.
MELBOURNE W. A. Bawtell of Mel
bourne has been appointed postmaster to
succeed M. M. Corbett. Mr. Corbet t re
signed a few weeks ago.
MARSHA LI1 OWN Mr. and Mrs. Charles
W. Moore, who formerly lived here, yes
terdsy celebrated the sixtieth anniversary
of their wedding at their home near Ida
Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Wood were married
In 1M9 In Wood county, O.
CHARITON John Molr. a negro, who
waa indicted bv the grand Jury which was
in session st ths beginning of the present
term of court, pleaded guilty In the district
court yesterday and wss sentenced to ten
years at hard labor In the Anamosa re
formatory. EHTHERVILLK The funeral of Judah
Phillips waa held from the Methodist
church yeaterday afternoon at 2:80 p. tit.
The deceaaed waa 79 veara of ua and an
old resident of Iowa, having moved to
NO STOMACH DISTRESS AND INDIGESTION
All Your Stomach Distress and Indi
gestion will be Ended Forever.
Does It ever occur to you how busy
that little stomach of yours Is? It actu
ally only holds three pints, though In ons
year you force it to take In 2.600 pounds of
material, digest It and prepare it for as
similation to the blood. Do you wonder
at the number of cases of Indigestion and
Stomach trouble? You crowd It with
steaks and pastry, lrrltste Its Juices with
spices and aclde and expect this iltlis
four-ounce mill to do Its work.
Is there any wonder thst your food
passes undigested, or lays like a lump
of lead In the stomach? That everything
you eat turns to acid. Stomach gas. and
Stomach poison, putrefying the intestines
and digestive canals, causing Biliousness,
Headaches. Dtislnesa and Indigestion,
Heartburn, Nauseous Breath, constipation
IDEAL. Boilsrs and
ator, chsngs any
hou.s Into a .
A Ns. 1-n-W IDEAL, Boiler and 400 ft. of
SS-ln. AMERICAN Radiators, coetlns ths
owner $1 OO, wers used to Hot-Water
heat thi. cottage.
which Installstien is extra and r.rlts
let only coses
ly, hut cleane the
cavity .removes sll
odor,' and prevents
decay. Keeps sup
ply snd save many
A Smt It Affair.
a aeoiiac diu.
There are lmtesttona he. that yoa get
At all drnstista II eente, or Of nail.
C. . DENT CO..
BT Lsrnse it. Detroit, Mich.
F.mmet county In 186T. He leaves A wife,
three sons and one daughter.
WATERLOO-Clalmlng that ha lost the
ends of three fingers by reason of being
placed at work on a machine, the operating
of which he was not familiar with. William
I. Inglrdue baa brought ault In th district
court against the Litchfield Manufacturing
company for damages of 16,000.
CLARION The club women of this city
have started a movement to purchase a
clock for the court house steepie, a pla-
for which was left in the tower when the
building was erected. C. D. Young of Cali
fornia, a former resident has started the
subscription list with a donation of lluO.
BURCHINAL At the annual meeting of
the burchinal Farmers' Co-operative so
ciety, held here yesterday, the following
officers were elected: I'resident. I. K,
Kirk; vice president, W. D. Jones; secre
tary, George Morehead; treasurer, Richard
McMillan: ma natter, Mervln Wood. Ths
society has had a most prosperous year.
ESTHERVII.LK -Evangelistic services
under the leedershlp of Rev. Mllford ii
Lyon of Wheaton, 111., of all the churches
in the city, will begin May 15 and continue
for five weeks. A temrjorarv tahernacln
60x130 feet will be erected to arrommoilatn
the crowd. Under the preaching of R '
Mr. Lyon, 600 people were converted at
MASON CITY-Wtthout telling their
friends or the members of their families
of their plsns, Fred bVhnelder, a tomb
stone and granlre merchant, and Mli
Luella Bubs, both of Keokuk. la., tame
to this city yesterday and were quietly
married at the home of a distant relative
of Miss Buss, by Rev. Mr. Cooley of tue
land other more dangerous symptoms?
Csll your disease whst you will- In
digestion. Gastritis, Nervousness, Dy.
! pepsla. Catarrh of gtomach. . etc. ou
s-now the reel name the real dlaeaHe-.l
fermentation rf the food you est a srur
Stomach, which belches gss and 1 rupls
undigested food or causes a feeling of
nausea and mlserablene.s.
All these miseries vanish promptly
when ou stop this food fermentation.
Tske fifty cents to your Pharmacist for
a rass of Pspe's Dlspepiln. Kat'n Irl
angule. and five minutei later your stom
ach will do what a healthy toina h
should that Is. turn evsry bite you eat
Into bodily nourishment and without you
realising thst you have a titoniach uim
triangule will digest all tha food you rat
without the aid of the stomach, hecs ia
It contains just the elements feaad a a
good, airoug, health stomach.
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