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j Council Blufft 1 1
Tke Cosaell JMaffa Office ef the
Oatbi Is at l aVeetl sHreet,
ota f hotH 43.
ho Chirk barber shop for buth.
Gn d drtsser. tee Martin Peteison.
CORIUGANP. wde-takers. "Phone 1M '
! ALfT 111 -R At UOGLUS- BUFFET.
V.oditii I'ndwt taking comiai:y. Tel. iTS.
Iwln Culler, f uncial director. Thou 7
Balrd : Boiand. undjrt&kcts. 'PUone
U . Trry. orti'-- an. moved 10 411 w.
Lroadway. r.yes examined fie.
tvxnl-ior Masorwc Iodise wt.l meet In sp
c ai rummuni aiun tn: evening f r work
.n tt' third rlearee.
Mr. ii J. Hinmn lias h"n In Cl.klj" tne
!a"l rk buying stood tor hi new i
n-: - at 4'- Ltoaly.
For first-'laes wall paper .o-K. pr.int
iit urn nail ;cr. ar.d r aJSOnala J price,
:re Jihtrn. Masonic temple.
ir-.aiii rcl.afer of Die p 'lice foire n
c :. A jeaterday to liartinffr. Neb. o me
critical inne of his muiuer.
i lie Ust and cheapest piac In trie in
to ,"t your wall p er and phi Hi iy ! at
V. . Nitholaisen & Co.. 14 fvulli Mala ttrec.
SIpihI,'i of Ihf Fifty-fiist legimMtt.
loaa volunteers. wh.en eervtd in m I'm'
li'pit.e raitip.i.gn. ha been notlfiel tl-at
me annual teg. mental re in. on to Save b-eii
held April at Ktd Oak has been ca.lvd
J 11. Tavl"-. ased ST. year", or Bart.e::,
la. cli'd veeterday inoin.ng al tne Kiel lio
tl !ln n.fe was at his bedside. Mr. Tay
ier l.ad teii in the r'ty (or some line re
ceiving medual t;ealmnt. The body u
itken laL even.ng to Bartiait.
J M. Lmai ke. agil 1 r.. died laol
evt-nniB i nome. Jl1 Norin Ninth Miwt
lie 'eMe ifiw wn. t'nar.eii ynm K- uf
ft irffin. S. 1.. and or.' d.tualitei. M:
A in 1'arker of Ked. Mj. A rra nutrient a
I r tli funeral have not hwn completed
('. Oilldien of lew i toa ii?h(p ha
ant.'.'un.ed hmiiiif a canditl.ite for the re
publican iioininwllon for member of the
H'laid 'f County up-rvl!fi . Colnnel W.
1". Baker and t'ellx .ti. whom terms e
pire at the end of thia ynr. will ba randl
ilites for renomlnation at the handa of the.
republican parly. Three members of the
board are to be elected this fall.
Peter M. Kuhl. aged 1 yeai-a. died at a
late hour Thursday n'Kht from typhoid
pneumonia at the home of his parent.. Mr.
and Mra II. W. Broylea. 316 Curtl aireet.
Reeides his parenta ha la survived by two
eisters. Mra. Charlea Berry of Omaha and
Mm Isabella Kuhl of tni city. The funeral
mill be held thia afternoon at I 'M a clock
from th family reaidenoe. and burial will
ti In Walnut Hi'l cemetery. Rev K. A.
i'ae. paetor of the First Baptist church,
will ennduci Uie aervices. ,
CHIEF DtLAVtD AS WITNESS
Hearing cf Ouster Ca Will Xxtend
Into Next Week.
RICHMOND GOES ON STAND TODAY
Ue.ire farther lfcrmee Mlih
l artyera and Mer Ciinrili
Utrrtrar f"r Ifce Prwae
MUSICAL PROGRAMS FEATURE
Iowa Teacher l.ookiaa; for Gm4
Tine at (oareatlaa liar
The muairal programs promne to be an
Interesting feature of the annual meeting
of the Southmeatern Iowa Teachers1 aao
rlation. to be held in thia rtty next week.
On Thuraday evening; the High School
orchestra, under the direction of Henry G.
the direction of Miss Grace Barr, will
New Duly of the School." will be given
I'.-. George Vincent's great lecture, "The
Other musical numbers on the program
are a violin aolo by Miss Ruth Pplndler;
pccple of this city will attend both the
xrellant niuaiclana. One of the selections
In German. Translations of the B.-ingj will
I t placed in the handa of the audience.
Alps." by Koschat. These men will sing
It s expected that a large number of the
w:!l be descriptive. "A Sunday on the
rmr will give a progratr.. This chorua
on Friday evening the Omaha Maenner-
ex. and the High School Glee club, under
Thi:rday and Friday evening programs,
'jiii.u of thirty men. all of whom are
iota! solo, by Jdlss Grace Barr; vocal aolo,
by lr. Claude Uewls; chorus by grade
jh.; i; and a boys' chorus.
Many teachers from the southwestern
section are tending In enrollments and en
gaping rooma for the meeting. All the
teachers of the Hamburg public schools
have enrolled, also those of the public,
schools at CUrtr.de.
BUSH HAS , FULL PARDON
WwbsT Mis Held for II arse Utrallas
Maa Releaarel by Ueveraor
Sheriff McCaffery Is in receipt of a lette
fiom T. W. Smith, warden of the Nebraska
petiltentlary at Lincoln, atatlng that Ernest
Huk;-.. the young man under arrest for the
I belt of a valuable team of horses, wai;on
and harness belcjfiglna; to T. P. Peterson
of Ilony Creek, was sentenced far life
on IVcember 7. 3S, for the murder of an
old man In Dundy county. Nebraska. Bush
at the time v. as but If years of ng and
on Lxscembrr 11, IWi, he was pardoned by
Governor Mickey. Bush's parents, Mr. and
Mia. James Bush, at that time resided In
The understanding here was that Bush
had been merely paroled from the Nebmska
penitentiary, but Warden Fmltli In hi
letter aays the young man waa pardoned.
Theie is now iiu: probability of the
oj. er iiw sga.nst Major tieorge H. llich
nxuid. chief of Ih.'.ico. beii g submit'-d to.
Judjje Wood--urf f the d!-tilci court bfore
xr.e t:me Monday. It had been expeC.ed
that the taking of evidence would be com
u e.ed verteiUay aiternoon. Major JUch-
niond. h"evei. dtsired to have a further I
o.ifeifnce w.tii h.s attorney bcfoie tak-I
l-.jr tlie starvd and Attorney Genera. Byers (
i..d an Invitation to attend a political meet
ing at Adair, so an early adjournment was
ajieeable to both udes. The re.-ord ihowi,
nor.ever. that the adjournment was at the
re-jtie t of the defen.-e, as Mr. Byers said
ii- e.ouM f .rego tne pasu:e of attending
the polit'ral meeting in the event that the
defense- was doiroua oZ proceeding with
Immediately on adjournment at 3 30
o'clix k Attorney Genet al Byers made ar
langementa to go to Adair and attend the
political mling. but announced that he
would be on hand when court reconvened
at i 30 o'clock this morning.
That Major G-orf;e 11. I'.icnmond a itl take
the stand when court convenes this morn
ing is srenerally understood, and his testi
mony will be the la.t for tne defense.
General Gnnville M. Ivle, who testified
on behalf of Major Richmond ycsteiday,
said he had been personally acquainted
with the accused officer for a number of
ears and that he considered him a thor
oughly honorable man.
Geneial Iodie paid he d.d not consider
Major Richmond at fault for the conditions J beehive in
that had existed. "It is the duty of an
officer to obey the orders of his superiors
and in this case It was the duty of Major
Richmond to obey the Instructions nf the
mayor and city council. During my life
I have many times carried out orders which
I regarded as Illegal. I obeyed them with
out stopping to uuestion their legality."
said the general. In cross-examination he
raid he did not consider that Major Rich
mond had violated his oath of office In
attempting to regulate and restrain certain
forms of civic vice, the suppression of
which had almost been found an lmpoasl
bility In all large ciltea throughout the
V. H. Killpack. president of the Law
Enforcernent league and county attorney
for six years, during one year of whose
term Major Richmond was chief of police,
admitted that he had tailed to close the
gambling houses or the houses of 111 fame
during his Incumbency of the office of
county attorney. He laid the blame for
his Inactivity at the d'r of the police,
who. he claimed, refused to give him any
Former Mayor De'.l G. Morran and C. A.
Tlbita. chief of police under Morgan's
regime, testified as to conditions being
similar during their terms of office as
durlau the administration of Chief Rich
mond and that the same etera of assess
ing the gambling houses and the women of
the town waa in vogue during their terms.
City Clerk Casady was examined as to
the records to show that all moneya re
ceived by the chief of police passed through '
his hands, and from him to the city treas
urer. Tony Jensen. Chrla Kretchmer, E. J.
Brant and Jim Hansen were placed on the
stand in rebuttal of the testimony of Rob
ert B. Wallace relative to the Manhattan
saloon seiling liquor on the day of election
on which Wallace waa defeated for mayor.
They testified that Major Richmond closed
the place, and that later the proprietor of
the place was arrested and fined 11.000 for
violating the law- by having, his saloon
open on election day.
A number of leading business and profes
sional men, including H. W. Binder. G. H.
Mayne. J. C. Fleming and M. Marcus, tes
tified to conditions in the city being. In
their opinion, greatly improved since Major
Richmond had been at the head of the po
Sheriff McCaffery and Deputy United
states Marshal Gronewe j, who were deputy
sheriffs under Sheriff Canning, testified
that they did not learn of the presence of
the Mabray gang In Council Bluffs until
after the whole matter had been exploited
in the newspaper?:.
CARROLL WANTS INTERURBAN
I Mlseas' t law of Ikal ( llr Makes
Offer rraatatera el Pre.
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LAKE CITY. la., April 9 Special -The I
jcitliens of Carioll are making an effort to
Influence the promoters of the proposed I
Ivs Moines A Sioua City Interurban rail-I
road to change the proposed line of the ta 1
road and con-aruct it thtough Carroll in-t
etead of Iake C.ty, a originally planned 1
The company has est ahllslied Its survey
between Adel and Dta Moines, and be j
tween fioux City and Wall Lake. Il Is
the part of the line between Adel and
Wall Lake that It. being contested. Towns
south ofLake City are proposing a route
which would pass through Carroll and Coon
Rapids, and this iou e seems to be favored.
The latter town has subscribed for
worth of stock and the company is seeking
assistance to the amount of IT.siM In Car
roll. The Cit aens' club, the commercial or-
Caniution of that city. Is advocating th
change of route to include ilieir town, and i
General Manager Miller and President Reed j
have both made trips to Carroll recently !
to note the drift of public sentiment and '
find out whether or not they would be j
willing to aid the project. !
lajarea by Disc rierr.
HARIjA.V. la.. April ! i Special -.e ei :
Hodne. a young man woiklng for Asmu.
Frees, five mllee east of iraln. was badly
hurt yesterday afternoon. He was discing
in a field and drove his team too close to
the fence. The singletrees caught in the
fence and soared the team, which turned
very quickly and threw him from his seat
to the ground In front of the dic. which
pajed over him as the horses ran. He lies
in a very dangerous condition and phys
icians say that he will no doubt lose on
of his leg.
Baby Minna by Ilaadrrd Bees.
AChELIA. la. April 9 iSpecial i-Stung
by honey bees in nearly l(w different
places, the 18-month-old son of Dr. and
Mrs. J. R. Rice had a remarkable escape
from death when he climbed on top of a
his parent's dooryard. WheD
Mrs. Rice heard the child scream she
rushed to the door and aaw him falling
off the top of the hive while bees swarmed
thick around him. Running to him she
carried him Into the bouse and was badly
alung herself. The infant, despite the fact
thai he had forty-eight slings on his legs
alone, will recover.
Hasbaael epnrna Wife.
LOGAN, la., April 9 iSpeclal.) As a re
sult of information being filed here by
Mrs. Will MesstT of Missouri Valley, charg
ing desertion. Sheriff Rock took into cus
tody the husband In Omaha, Wednesday.
and on the way to Logan Mrs. Messer put
In an appearance. Messer choee living in
Jail rather than tn the society of his wife.
The day following hia return and detention
here Mrs. Messer again sought Her hus
band, but without avail. She is In pitiable
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. nigbt. L-irct
Heal Estate Transfers.
These transfers ere reported to The Bee
April ft by the Pottawattamie County Ab
stract company of Council Bluffs:
Francis L. Johnson and wife to John
J McDonald. k se' of i:-7-W
and n' new of U-T6-4:. w. d ICd.OOO
I. Muni and wife to Paul Mur.
part lot 1 In orig-inal plat, Coun-"
til Bluffs. la., w. d a.ZA
J. E. Hollsnbeck and wife to Alice
Iloilenbeck. lot i in block 1. in Mad
ifon Park addition to Council Bluffs.
la., w. d tTOO
Lida Scfaaffert and wife to Helen C.
Hurgm, lota 11 and U. in block 11.
iu Meredith's addition to Avoca. Ia..
Jacob Korth and wife to Frank Spen
cer, lot S. In block I. Judson'a first
addition to Neoia, Ia , w. d 00
Telegrapher Seat to Jail.
MARSH ALLTOWN, la.. April . (Ppe
dal.) Hobert I. Beale. the Postal Tele
graph company'a operator, who was ar
rested here yesterday, for having a ring,
which the police believed was stolen from
the Rock Island wreck, near Green Moun
tain on March 71, was sent to Jail for fif
teen days when arraigned at Toledo. Beale
pleaded guilty to the charge of having
atolen six pillow slips from the Pullman
sleeper Colotila. which was one of the cars
wrecked. While held in jail on this charge
the police will try to find out who owns
the ring which was set with seven dia
monds and six opals so that a second
charge can Le lodged against Beale.
Salaaeaa Waated at St. Joe.
CARROLL, la.. April (Special.) W. D.
Salmons, much wanted at Si. Joseph, Mo.,
Is in jail here awaiting extradition. He
had been heie ten days and was living w ith
a woman formerly of Halbur. Salmons has
a wife and family at St. Joseph and has
forfeited a bond there.
, Dr.p.ade.t a.d E.d. Life.
WATERLOO, la., April 9-iSpeclal Tele
gram.) Isaac Feldman, 23 years old, com
mitted suicide here today by hanging him
self In a barn. He left a note arranging
for his funeral and disposal of his pinp
ivty. He was despondent because of ill
v f mites. eMpS'j . reiriaVri B. &&s$$n$$L
Five transfers, total 1.Z0
Geo. W. Klein
l phot.ff rinu, I'urniture
paire-d and ltrfintahrd, rallier
Kenovalrxl, Mirrors Rrlatexl,
ncl all kinds of mattress work
10 So. Main SU Council Bluffs.
'Have It Done RfcM
NEW VOTING PRECINCT
ESTABLISHED BY BOARD
SaprrTlears Take Cast Half of Keg
Creek aad Meat af Silver
Another voting precinct was added yes
terday to the already long Itst in this
county. Acting on the petition of the
voters in Silver Creek and Keg Creek town
ship, the Board of Supervisors established
what will be known as Treynor precln.-t.
The new precinct is formed of the east half
of Keg Creek township and the west half
of Siller Creek township. The three pre
cincts of Treynor. Keg Creek and Silver
Creek will each be four by six miles in
Bryee to Iowa City.
IOWA CITY, la.. April (Special Tele, j
giam.) James' Bryce, English ambassador,
will visit the University of Iowa some time i
late In April. While here he will be enter- j
tatnea oy inenas ana pronaoiy win speak
on some problem of government.
Iowa Nests Xotes.
EarTHERVILLE That the county offices
rDOK good to Some people U evidencvd by
the number of candidates this year. Four
tare out for sheriff, three for recorder and
two for auditor.
ESTHER VILLE Rescue fire company
held its annual election of officers lent
evening and elected the followlns: Presi
dent R. J. .Stevens; secreiaty, F.couc Houtx;
treasurer, Oscar Silifcte; chief, G. A. Case.
IDA GROVE Someone carelessly tossed
a cartridge into a waxte basket In one of
the school rooms and when the Janitor.
Peter fcyler. dumped the basket In tho
fiiinacu the carti.di.e exploded and the
bullet passed througii his rose.
IXJGAN The eiecnical interurban boost
ers for stock subscription for Los an and
vicinity, are J. C. Mnllinan, Almor S'ern.
Frknk D. Sieartia. Thomas Arihur. C. A
Halter V H M.-Cutte H t Wno.t I K
Berkley. E. F. Cadwell and William Canty. !
MARSH ALLTOWN The case broupfht by I
against Marshall county f
Suoervlsore Sets. Baker and Soencer were
innnlnl. - n..m..lll. . A u i K tV,AC. F. leWby
- . -i t.c-J uaniK '-.uoc iii9 in i vallum Ullll l '
women of the Associated charities and as DJiiy damaged and he was serious!
others interested in the movement relative Injured when ti e thresher went thro uli j
to the establishment of a detention home cc-uniy bridge, aetil.d the case Thurtday i
for Juvenile offenders on the property of
the Associated Charities on East Pierce
The board today will take up the matter
of tiie proposed Pony creek dralnare ditch.
Julian Stubebn. Adoij h Schultx and Au
gust Dammrow were named asJudces and
O. O. Buck and C. B. Flood as e'erks o!
election for the newly established Treynor
precinct for the primary election in June.
niekeat Back to Priaoa.
Deputy Sheriff Pert Ward returned yes
terday from Anamoa. where he placed.
Ernest lickot. the "ertily morning"
bandit, in the state reformatory, to which
he was sentenced for five years for at
tempting to hold up the K. C. saloon ot
South Main street, but lnsteaj waa shot
and severely wounded by C. A. HjrrighV
the proprietor. DicUou
the Anamosa reformatory, was recognized
as a former convict, he havin; served a
six months' sentence there for breaking
and entering lockout was sent up April
. l'WT. from Da.inport.
A. A. CLARK Cl CO.
ifiAn nnnpv nr i hoeses- cattle and
LUH.J lilUUlll Uii HOUSEHOLD FUKNITURE
'.Ml W MiTTtL. SECVK4TY AT ONE-HAIJF THE I SV.VL RATES.
Tsenlj Yeiirs of l)Dcreful Ut'slness
t OKMJ: 5IAIN AM) imoAIVAV. OVER AMERICAN EXPRESS.
No co-inrtlou witn the firm tailing themselvea The Clark Mortgage Co.
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yji iik i iiruiiviiiii villi, vii iiirecei ill inu
city next Tuesday and continues for thir-ej
days. There sre forty churcnes in the
jurisdiction and the accredited ministerial!
and laj dflegales will nuiibor about loO
The program is full of Interest. i
NEVADA Lester, aged 7 years, son of
Mr. and Mrs. 1. K Donaldson, all but l;s.
his life when he had his neck slashed wv.ii 1
a keen-eded raxor with which h- and
other children vv ere playing. hile aruffl nj '
for tha raxor its blade was accidental . 1
drawn across Ms neck w ithin a fraction of I
an inch of the Jugjlar vein. j
IOWA CITY- -Representative from the
h Ltc neat societies of ever v tate in the,
Misfisslppi valiev. from o:her large his
torical associations and from every coun'v !
in )oa. all to the number of over ;.
will ntfiii the thtil annual mooting of i
the Mi.sis:ppi Valley ll'stortoal asccia-'
lion here Ma 15. and V.
IOWA ClTT-!-., W G. Rsymond of1
w hen he entered ' ,ne "l',Hre applied, science o- the Cni- i
veis.iy oi lows nas oeen aaneti cy iiie jsew I
Veil; Central uutn&4ement to esimate t e J
coal of operation over elevated rrtvinKS
or. the lake tr.ore road near .Knxirwood
I'enu Raymond work m enelrterit g fuidi
has attracted co'iniry-vv ide iioi.ee. '
ir. uROVr.-Ii.dmior.s are that there',
will be A hoi cuiu wt for the ri-uHican
Humiliation f .r co oil v attumev. Three j
tave already annou'iiej their car.d'd.irv, J ,
ii. Toutfiee of lloln'-ii ui d G'lv Filis and'
(ilcoigs 14. ('.ark of Ida Gr.ve. All are'
'Uii'j nun and eacr tins a Mr f 'How-:
J r i. J. i. GuUiunil (inw irriff i-1
i.rn-irn-e-l tfc a niidaie Tjr l!ie nominu- .
'.ion fcjr that office 1
LA UK CITY-Tne Vntrsi Mutual Tele-
' piio..e coinpanr lutiay beffa.i the coosuue
I tiou of its new (i'liiil tri tiior.tf exena'ijgi I
' bui'dina winch wid be ei.c f.l b:' lh- '
! ciimiwiir itselt at t'.e ni hw '-"X i m vir of I
j ine el-y pais. 1 he ouil ling Mil Im- fittt-.li
, lor 11. e uooersrciuiwl csbie i-item aid th-
plCstl.l .. att-m ('f l:ie iijv. o '..ill l.e el, anr-d '
in i r i s.. . io foiii lin.e ; fiis in.ifitli. Ti,..,- j
Let This Be Your One Aim.
man should own a lot of land. Certainly every
young man should own some. The opportunity is greater now
than it has been in fifty years to realize on good property.
In The Bee today many tempting offers appear.
People who acquired large estates
willing now that others may share with them.
Wide awake dealers are advertising these
liberal propositions today.
Take advantage of it!
Do it now!
There is no possible way for you to ever
For further information regarding this property call Doug
las 238, or address The Bee Land Department.
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