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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1910)
THE P.KK: OMAHA. THTHSPAT, SEPTKMnKR 1, 1010.
! ' Council Bluffs
Ths Cornell Staffs effloe ef Ike
On4iii la is soon street.
Bth 'phones 4S.
MAYOR ON C0YER3MENT Woodmen of World
Planning Big Day
at Lake Manawa
I Executive at St Paul Opposes Reitric
tion of Municipal Control.
'Iliei,1 vll i l- a si-ecUil comttumlrai.o.i if
niutf ni lortRe No. 7. A. V. & A. M.
yediie.-dsy evening at ":) sharp for work
6o first degree.
Mia. iNert O. Kmpkle and children and
Mr. end Mrw.. Ornrn 'Oerner and family
have rinsed tlici r ramrf at Manawa. and re
turned to their homes.
K. P. Woodring of the Woodring Under
taking company, returned yesterday from
northwestern Nebraska, where he went to
conclude the purchase of 100 acres of farm
John Senior of the Cltlaen' Oas and TCIpc
trlc l,iht company has returned fro.n hli
lummrr vacation. He wis in Cheyenne
and ie.f ihe cjwhnya meet their Oirt friend,
Teddy. Ijiirlng his absence he traveled In
I tan and Colorado..
Thomas H. Hrltt, haa begun action In
the district court for divorce from hla wife,
Cornelia Uritt, whom he married In Hot
Springs, Atk.. on December 19. 11. He
alleges- that she deserted lilm on May ,
1H04. Ha seeks only divorce. ;
Painting well done la always appreciated,
if done poorly the Job makes enemies. We
hava no enemies, our work has always
made friends and more customers. Ivetus
figure on your painting; Job, we will treat
you right. 11. Morwlck.,211 Bouth Main Bt.
Mrs. , Edward Canning and children of
Oakland avenuo, returned yesterday from a
two month's trip in Canada and the Pacific
coast -northwest country. They spent a
large portion of the summer in xne cooi
mountain resorts of Washington and Ore
Alexander Wrirn Is 'malting an extended
trip thrnuffh the north boundary statee
arid southern Canada. U'hrce of his friends
are accompanying him. James Biekler,
Jiud Hunt and Joseph Priest. They expect
to return by way of Cheyenne and also
vlalt friends in Denver;
I.n.'t Lawrence, the ' IS-year-old younc
Woman of Sioux City, ; who became vio
lently Insane at the Wlatt boarding house
on Fourth street Sunday afternoon, was
given a hearing by the Insanity commls
alonera yesterday and ordered detained In
St. Bernard's-hoHpltnl. . She will probably
be returned to Sioux City.
I 7nah Haskina was another Individual who
Iran afoul of the manifold provisions of the
LEGISLATURE NOT PROPER BODY
Thlaka Mnar State l.iwi Conflict
with Oeat Iatereata of femmnl
tie Which They Are In
tended to Benefit.
Mayor Maloney, In a thoughtful address
delivered at the meeting of the National
League of American Municipalities at St.
Paul, aounded the keynota of the political
campaigns In Iowa In the immediate future.
It was home rule for the cities. Mayor Ma
loney haa been a profound student of mu
nicipal, problems and haa given much at
tention to the solutions that have been
and are now being tried In Milwaukee.
He returned yesterday morning from 8t.
Paul, and In discussing the work of the
convention said the home rule sentiment
was the moat marked feature of all the
"It will be the platform upon which state
campaigns will be conducted In the near
future," said he. '"Milwaukee has sounded
Encampment Feature Abandoned, but
Corapetitire Events Will Be Given
Many Are Coming;.
Woodmen of the World to the number of
between S.000 and 7,000 are expected to arrive
In Council Bluffs this morning to take part
In what was Intended to be the annual
encampment of the uniform rank of the
southwestern division, which waa to have
continued at Manawa all week and been
attended by at leaat 10.000 Woodmen. Com
plications of a various character caused
the encampment feature to be abandoned
after the local camps had completed all
arrangements and had moat of the litera
ture printed and circulated. The with
drawal of the encampment feature made It
possible for a program of only one day, and
that devoted to competitive drill work of
teams from western Iowa and eastern Ne
Tho program provides for continuoua
work from 11 o'clock this morning until
late thta evening. There wlll.be between
the keynote, and It may be echoed first In 2.600 and 1000 Woodmen from Omaha, South
Iowa by the socialists, but the sentiment Omaha and Benson, led by all the nfembers
cannot be kept from Invading democratic 0f Sovereign camp, Omaha headquarters
and republican conventions. It will per
hapa Involve a long and hard fight to win,
for It will be In a measure a contest be
tween the cltlee and the country. In the
end the citlea must win bcause they have
right and Justice, strengthened by common
sense, on their side. Council Bluffs haa cer
tainly been placed' In a situation where It
la entitled to demand home rule, as are all
about 600 strong. There will be about 150
drill teams from a radius of 100 miles from
Council Bluffs, Including Sioux City and
Creaton. A delegation of eighty la coming
from Walnut, fully as many from Avoca,
Logan, Missouri Valley, Imogens, Shenan
doah, Red Oak and all of the Missouri val
ley towns on both sides of the river. A
feature of the day will be tho Initiation
ldlsordely" ordinance which forhlda making1
any unseemly noise anywhere in the city,
i Hawkins was engaged In shooting one of
tils own chlckena for dinner, using a small
target rifle. He paid a fine of 5 and costs
for hl lack of familiarity with the new
The second set of convictions under the
Hew '.'antl-can-roehlng" ordinance was
scored In police court yesterday morning
when judge Snyder sent Charles Dutcher,
John Beck, Clyde McClelland. Dick Lyons
and Dennis Carroll to Jail for five days
ach. The men were arrested Sunday af ter-
Jmoon when found drinking beer In an alley
TubUT Main and Story streets.
Mayo; Maloney, who waa elected national
treasurer of the National Order of Hiber
nians at the late convention at Portland,
Ore., received yesterday the first Install?
jnent of funds consigned. to his care. The
money was In the shape of a draft for
SU.Ono. This la only a portion of the na
tional funds -and laj Intended to cover Imme
diate emergencies. When the accounts of
the retiring treasurer Are closed up and the
"books ready for delivery; Mr. Maloney will
riave large sums of money in his posees-aion.
Hv enter of Police Judge 1 Snyder here-
BLfter all nrosecutlnna of habitual drunk
ards and constitutional vags will be brought
i under the state la. "The order aocs not
arise through any, fear of Judge Snyder
I that the new vagrancy ordinance will not
hold up under higher court In'erpreta
itlon, but chiefly for the reason that the
i county Jail affords better accommodations
f-f or such characters than the city prison,
jffhere Is a chance of enforotng hard labor
Vo'-ntencea at the county building and none
whatever In the other. ...
George' F. Hamilton of the Hamilton Shoe
vomnanr ' and chairman ' of the publicity
itmtnittesi of" 'the National ' Horticultural
scongreaa, la' It. Chicago arranging for his
yuinual autumn trip among the shoe deal
jers of the weat and aouthwest. He will
Ireturn on Thursday and will leave again
Immediately-with the expectation of being
thnt until a week or two before the ox-
tnosltlon opens. He will continue as the
arwnlus of the oubllcltr department and
I make full use of his fine opportunltlea
rwhll. on . the road to boost the exposi
tion and the corn show.
With the full ceremonial - of the order,
Ills Mary Kunan McDermott was yester-
lly taken into tne order or tne Diners or
Terav at St. Bernard's hosnltal. A fee-
fture of the ceremony was the fact that her
brother, the Bev. P.. N. McDermott. cele
itiratnd the mass. Assisting In the ser-
"vlo was Father McManus of St Francis
W-hurch and Father F. F. Conner. 8. J., of
St.' Louie. The new member of the order
4i.7 a sister of Rev. Mother Vincent the
i minder nf all the Catholio benevolent m-
tntitutlons In the city and severil others In
-other perts of the state. Alter tne ser
brlees the new sister was given a reception.
The funeral of Timothy Kelley. who
SBled early Sunday morning, was held yes
rterday at St. Francis 'Catholio church and
V-waa varv largely attended. The fnll
W-hureh service waa held, conducted by Rev
'Father McManus. The members of the
(opal lndaa of Knla-hts of Columbus, of
f 'which Mr. Kelley waa a charter member.
i attended aa an organization. . The pall
'tiur.mf wr- J. .1 Hnnlies. Charles F
raaohea.H. L. Tlnley.. John M. Galvln.
f James, Cotter and Daniel J. Harrington,
timnnf'tha flnpa.1 offertnas was a beauti
ful design Bent by the Knights of Colum
. bus. The interment was In St. Joseph
The 110.OM riamesa ault aa-alnst the Union
rraclfio, roallread by Joseph Mulligan of
Omaha, prosecuted In the district court at
Council Bluffs was settled yesterday out
ctf court. At the last term of court mum
scan secured a Judgment against the rail'
troad company for 110,000, apd the company
had filed a motion for . rehearing, and
had prepared notice of appeal. The
basis of the settlement was not dis
closed when the motion of the plaintiff to
dismiss the suit aa fully settled wss filed.
Mulligan waa hiM-t two years ago while en
gaged In the construction of the new shop
buildings. He was an electrician and fell
from a acaff oldlng. u
The feature of the eounty teachers' In-
atltute.' which will be In session here all
sveek will be the special agricultural
meettna; to be held In the auditorium of the
high sohool this afternoon. Prof. Bruce
Crone ley of Ames college, and general u-.-4
n,nH.nl nt th corn show tn K ui v n
fn connection with tier third annual expo
sition of the National Horticultural con-
gress, will deliver a lecture before the
teachers and many of the enthusiastic
corn growers. Supplementing his lecture.
Prof: B. C. Bishop of the Nebraska uni
versity will talk on the same subject and
Frank C. Pellett of Atlantic will give an
instructive address on farming.
A hungry but thrifty half-grown coyote
tiaa been creating acme consternation
among the residenta of Park avenue, par
ticularly the portion of the thoroughfare
adjoining Fairmount park. The' bold ma
rauder does not hesitate to Invade the back
lawns and pick up. a plump chicken.
Tuesday morning It entered the premises
of J. ' F. Wise. 411 Park avenue, and In
sight of several people picked up one of
the prlxe pullets of a cherished flork and
made, off with It. It haa been chaaed by
boys, girls, men, women and doga, but has
eihown them all a clean pair of heels, fol
lowed the next day by a bold front. The
fellow at believed to be one of a family
which baa found a home somewhere In
Police -Officer Bascom performed a bril
liant bit of quick work Monday and cap
tured K. RrH-keford, an Omaha pickpocket
together with such luduhltable evidence of
guilt that he waived examination la police.
Liourt yeeteiday and went to the county Jail
Tin delwtilt of 40 te await Investigation by
th4 grad Jury. Itorherord had succeeded
Infgvultuf 1ms fingers Into the purkets of
o paaaengera on a street car rrom Omaha,
io discovered that they had been robbed
at aa they left the car at the Northwest-
passenger station. At that moment
i- atasrosn ranis up mnma inc-m anu oeara
I 'Giein talking about the robbery. A few
, ruia .MtQumee uiiwihi amsiaujon upon a
L' ' . . . l .. 1 1. . . . I A : . . WL.-
Jl4n W I I.J wav wiunuia i buij a no
the other larger towns In the state, and I of a class of BOO candidates, 1B0 of whom are
believe that home rule planks will be In- from Council Bluffs. Another feature will
corporated In the state platforms of all be the fancy dress parade on the golf links,
the parties within a year." in which ISO degree teams will participate.
, mere win be no demonstrations In the
DISTRICT COURT CONVENES cl,y nd th !" win be held at
"na uiuess n rains, men me program
Use List of Work Ahead of Jaaara
Woodruff Imstrectlone Glveai
. , Graatd Jury.
MANY CASES ON DOCKET will be carried out In the auditorium build
The first part of the morning program
will be the reception of the visitors by
camp committees from Alpha camp No. 1,
Omaha-Seymour camp No. 16, Druid camp
No. . 24, South Omaha camp No. 211 and
Council camp No. 14.
In the afternoon there will be an address
by . Supreme . Guardian Emma B. Man-
cneaier, woooman . circle, with response
by Judge O. H. Scott followed by addresses
by J. C. Root, supreme sovereign com'
menaer, ana jonn T. Yates, supreme
sovereign clerk, of the Omaha headquarters.
All of the remainder of the afternoon will
be . taken up by the competitive drills for
the large cash prises offered, a ball game.
with i purse , for the winners and . the
amusement contests, staged for the first
hour after the noon lunch.
The evening session will be devoted to ex
emplification of degree work. State Man-
Judge Woodruff, yeaterday convened the
August term of the district court con
fronted by the heaviest docket of any
term for many years. The fore part of
the day was devoted to drawing and In
structing the grand Jury, seven members
of the regular panel of fifteen being chosen
In his Instructions, Judge Woodruff laid
some stress upon' the duty : of the ' Jurors
to Inquire into any alleged violations of
the liquor and 'anti-gambling laws. The
Jurors selected are F. J. Day. Peter Witt,
F. H. Chambers, A. . L. Ingram, Frank
Spencer, Rasmus Campbell and F. 8
Chllds. The jury organised . by choosing
Ingram as foreman, and the court ap
pointed Qua Heisler special bailiff. There lager George Qieger last evening presented
Is not much work cut out for the Jury the Council Bluffs camp with a costly five-
and the session i will probably not last piece silver set as the winner of the prise
longer than the .week. offered to the camp that would swell Its
: A. ' B. Nlcholaa ,1s the new bailiff ap- membership beyond the 800. Counotl camp
pointed to nu tne, vacancy- cawn j " I iso. is won with Bio to Its credit
resignation , of .Captain .1 B, cousins.
Ia addition to. bearing the unusual num-
. la aaoiuon io needing m uuwuh nu.u- I a ye
ber of motions. Judge Woodruff concluded U tO ZlDDaratUS
the day. by. making the first assignment!, tr tr
in Fire Fighting
the day, hy. making.
of cases aa follows:
. cuse, N. Y., Where He Attended
Thursday Roacoe . C. . Saunders against
t.. G. Clark . et al.,' and Florence Shelter
esratnat Earl Hurt et al.
Friday Marcelua Bpaur against XNina
flnaur. ata.ta.aninat. Roth et al.. and state
... n.t f 'na-imff An.n t n m rwn i.iinr omtik
Injunction proceedings to -restrain mils- Chief Nicholson Returns from Svra,
Saturday Morning In the matter of tne
estate, oi .Mary , iu . aaaiiery.
Becond week: ' '.
Monday Theodore ' Ol'eson against Jos-
enh Mlchener et al.
luesaay wimam nrna. aujiumiuiu. .
against Charlotte Ayleswortii. (Special
asMla-nment. k '
Thursday Horace - A. Evert against
Jessie Morton Kvert, argument upon mo
tion tar temrjorarv alimony.
Friday Fisher it Aney against William
Gerhard et al.
Mondar Ida- Walker against - Thorns
Walker and Fred Stllken against Plato
Fire Chief Nicholson returned yeaterdav
irora Syracuse, N. T where he went to
attend the annual meeting of the National
Association of Fire Chiefs. He says the
meeting was largely attended and that the
chiefs learned many valuable lesanna
tne newer methods of fire control. The die
tlnctlve feature of the convention wss the
intrusion of the auto fire engine In Its mul-
Tuesday Rebecca A. James against I tlple phases in all departments of the non-
board of park commissioners et al. ventlon. Testa innumr.M. ,-. ,h.
nesday Arthur Clay trench against , . -
Overland Manufacturing company.
Thursday Loretta Page et al., ' against
A. P. Scott
Friday A B. Williams against Mattle
O. Willi am a. .
GLASS TUMBLER EXPLODING
SHOCKS JUDGE IN COURT
Sen's Rays Acting; 17 atom ' It Creates
Momentary Sensation, and Fenr
. ol Tmatedr.
With' an explosion like a pletol shot that
startled Judge Woodruff and all the others
in the district court room yesterday after
noon a Council Bluffs, a heavy glass tum
bler at the side of the court water pitcher
burst into many pieces that flew across
the wide table ai.d upon the floor. The
glass was of the heaviest pattern, half an
Inch thick on the bottom and fully a quarter
of an Inch at the sidea. It had been doing
duty for many months, but no' person was
near It or had been recently using It when
It took a notion to explode. The lower part
of one side and a portion of the thick bot
tom flew off aa If driven outward by
terrllfc energy.' The only explanation avail
able la that the empty glass was standing
close to the pitcher with ice water and the
sun's rays, upon the opposite side of the
glass, heated it unevenly, and the explosion
was due to the enormous strain that re
"The Squaw Man," a drama of ranch
life in Utah, will be seen at the Dohany
. theater, next Saturday, with a complete
scenlo production and an excellent acting
company. . ,
the new engines and combined apparatus
demonstrated their superiority In every
In one of the speed contests Chief Nichol
son and eight other heads of departments
were sent along at a sixty mile an hour clip
for a distance - of three or four miles.
Nicholson was seated where he could see
the speedometer and didn't have to take
anybody's word for It The same machine
combination fire engine, chemical and
hose wagon, waa sent up a fourteen per
cent grade for a distance of ten blocks and
when it reached the apex the speedometer
was Indicating thirty-eight miles an hour.
In an endurance test one of the engines
was started going at t o'clock In the mom
Ink and continued without a shutdown until
J In the afternoon, throwing two Inch and a
quarter streams. " In tests for force a row
of a doxen or more ' were ranged aide by
side along the canal and threw two streams
to tho top of a ten-story building.
Considerable Interest waa awakened by
the performance of a new gasoline piston
engine which waa rushed In from the fac
tory at St. Louis by express Just aa it came
from the shop, without paint or final fin
ishing. The engine performed wonders.
The pump Is actuated by a direct piston
motion from the explosion chamber, giving
It an enormous power and keeping the
cylinder constantly cooled by the water
used. Experts pronounced It to be a radi
cal departure in fire engine construction.
Chief Nicholson was made vice president
for Iowa In the International Association
of Fire Chiefs. Milwaukee got the conven
tion for next year.
FATAL ACCIDENT AT FAIR
ndianola Man is Hurt on "Human
Roulette" Wheel at Des Moines.
STEUCK BY PROJECTING BOARD
Nashya of Two Classes Meeting
t Dee .Molnea Postmaster Myerly
Iter la res Des Moines Hns Larg
est Postal savlnaa Receipts.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MU1NES. Aug. SI. (Special Tele
gram.) While enjoying' himself on the
'human roulette" wheel at the fair grounds
this afternoon, J. N. Cole of Indianalo, la.,
was thrown from ' Ms balance against a
projecting board. He was struck In the
back of the head and according' to the re
port from the emergency hospital, he will
not 'likely recover. This Is the first acci
dent, fatal In nature, to occur at the fair
grounds this year.
Iowa Nasbles of the third and fourth
class are meeting In Des Molnea this week.
Postmaster Myerly of Des Moines, In an
address today, showed that Dea Moines had
the largest postal receipts per capita of
any city in the United States. Iowa capital
averages S7.32 and the next nearest city,
S5.8, he said.
French Prlae Winner Slow.
There waa exhibited at the state fair
this week, in. the class of Perch eron
horses, the stallion that won first prize
at Paris In the great French show, and
was regarded as the finest Percheron horse
In that country. He did not get a premium
of any kind in' the class ' where he ex
hibited. There were three animals from
Iowa breeders that did get money In this
contest. The winning Shire stallion on the
same day waa declared by competent
Judges to have been the finest Shire horse
in the world. The breeders and stock
fanciers here point to these facts as In
dicating how the fine stock buslnena has
become advanced In the western country.
Iioya Get Scholarships.
The winner In the boys' Judging contest
t the state fair was Harley Walker of
Amea, who thereby secures a scholarship
at the state college at Ames, worth S200.
The boys Judged hogs, horses and cattle
and corn and their markings were com
pared with those of professional Judges.
The second prise was won by Ryle 8. Mc-
Kee of Nor walk; the third and fourth were
divided between C. Frank Chandler of Kel-
lerton and Lonnle Freeman of Norwalk:
the others in order, being, , Ben Hilfman
West Liberty; L. C. Shivers, Knoxvtlle;
Bert C. Holmes, Muscatine, and Floyd
Soctman, Oskalooaa. There were forty-two
of the boys who entered the contest, the
largest class in the history of the fair.
Federate Commercial CI aba of lown.
: There is being held a meeting o fover
forty delegates from forty different cities
of the state of Iowa at the Presa club build
Ing tn Des Moines this week to organise the
Iowa, League of Commercial clubs. Mayor
Hanna gave the address "of welcome today
and was followed later on the program by
Governor B. F. Carroll,, who In his talk ar
gued for the decreased supply of automo
biles In the state, maintaining that these
vehicles were not a .worthy factor in the
upbuilding of the stat, through the fact
that 1 they caused . aanouuiow or money
which might otherwise baept In Jowa. v
' Train Delays BooeieV Celebration.
A balky engine, t weak track and a re
sulteuit wreck was responsible for the delay
of 700 boosters from Newton, la., In getting
to the state fair grounds today in time to
take part in the "Newton Day" festivities.
Despite i opposition to the contrary, how
ever, the TOO paraded through the grounds
and ended up at. the Newton manufacturers'
display tents. . . ,
Arrested for Showing: Fight Pictures,
Two members of the Lotta show of the
Parker Amusement company, showing on
the state fair grounds In Des Moines, were
arrested this morning by Police Commis
sioner Zell Roe and Detectives Petty and
Johnson for showing the Jeffries-Johnson
prise fight pictures. It is the contention of
the showmen that the pictures are slides,
not ' action ones, and that for this reason
Immune from the Iowa statute which
prohibits the showing of any prise fight or
pictures thereof. ,
Attempts to Murder His Mother.
John Allery of Des Moines has been ar
rested for the attempted' murder of his
mother, Mrs. E. J. Allery. The woman is
In a serious condition at the hospital. It is
claimed by her that she was knocked un
conscious several times and that prompt
interference of friends alone saved her life.
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LOST AND FOUND
Kxoilti of Trncnere from Dea Moines.
The wild west, togetheo with the arrows
of Cupfd. has claimed ten teachers from the
ranka of the Dea Moines public instructional
staff during the last twenty-four hours.
The schools are in a serious condition for I
lack of Instructors and every effort Is be
ing made to fill the vacancies with good
Instructors before Thursday, the opening
day of school, arrives.
Iowa Florists In Session.
The) eighth annual meeting of the Iowa
florists will be held at the state house In
Des Moines, Wednesday, August II. Dis
cussions of , the ways and means of im
proving the growth of flowers will mark
the program ftrom day to day.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
Tuesday, August JO, by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
E. H. Lou gee and wife to Mary A.
Freeman, lot , block 9. In Cochran's
addition to Council Bluffs, w. d 11,800
Walter F. feteraon to Harry . otar
ege, lot 1. block 1. Baggitt Flace In
Council Bluffs, w. d
Charlea Schroeder and wife to P. W.
Condon, lot 10. block 1, Hall's addi
tion to Council Bluffs, w. d
Henry M. Toller and wife to Sarah A.
J. Foster, lot 11 block T, In Jevckeon's
addition to Council Bluffa, w. d
Four transfers, total
i officer pursued and - caught him, ' and
' ' searched him tn the preennoe of his vie
. fA'is. The missing pocket book of one of
.-slnaM waa found in his possession together
Jf with the only silver dollar the otnr had.
! The tore men were -taken to the auslton
and the two victims re.nialr.ed in the city
to testify before the grand Jury during the
day. Hoc ke ford waa -accompanied by an
other mail, an.l the polite say the two are
well known pickpockets shorn the police
tr both elites have been trying to land,
the other niari got '
Have the children's eyes examined be
fore they start to ' school. No charge for
this service at Lef fert's. , .
Marriages licenses were yeaterday Issued
to the following named persons:
Name and Address. Age
Thomas E. Sewing, Soldier, la.. Tt
Barah E. Calwell. Undrwood. Ia 21
Truman I. Hodgson. Council Bluffs JO
Gust B. iCovaJt, Crescent, a , X
H. i Yj Anderson, River City, la M
I. ydla. M. Virtue, .Silver City. Ia U
Itabert H. Poors, Council Bluffs II
fcne F. Brandt. Council Bluffa ......30
lew "tews Nntes.
BRITT The Westsrn Electric Telephone
eompany has acquired the controlling In
terest In the nan coca county Telephone
company, which maintains exchanges at
Garner, F.rltt and Kanawha and haa prop
erty vaiueo. at tJu.ouu.
MARSH AL.1.TOW N At the annual meet
ing of the Marahall County Christian Eji-
deavor union held at Hartland today B. W
Clarrett of Ues Moines delivered the princi
pal address and Harry Jannings of this city
was cnosen president.
OKKAL.OOSA Mentally unbalanced be
cause of worrying over hla rapidly falling
eyesight, Archibald Harper, aged 7(, hung
himself at his home here this morning, lie
waa a wealthy, retired farmer, but he I
fused to submit to an operation.
FORT DODOE A week from the day on
which he celebrated hla 70th birthday, f.
J. Zleme. a farmer and German-American.
ded after a year's Illness, with stomach
trouble. He had been one of the most
prominent German residenta of this county
FORT DODQB Five years ago Rev.
Hana Nlsaen, a graduate of Mornlngslde
college, addressed six people as his first
congregation In the Methodist Kptscepal
church at Lehigh. Next Sunday, with the
aid of Rev. U B. Wlckersham of Iea
Moines, he will dedicate a new Ill.OuO
church edifice, the cost of which has all
been paid, except $3,000. ' During the five
years the congregation has also built a fine
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Today is Home Day.
Real estate dealers have offered sev
eral fall bargains. ,
Buy your home now.
We are just about to ertter the fall season. This means more people will,
be looking for homes. With the Increased demand prices will probably ad
vance and the choicest homes will be bought first.
Now Is the time to get your home. Make your selection ftom the real estate
column of today's Bee, where you will find a large list to chooBe from, most
all for sale on easy terms a few hundred dollars down, balance monthly
like rent. '
Buy now while the prices are low and the terms easy.
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