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THE OMAHA SCNDAY 1EE- Ol'XK 7, 1:U4.
BOYS TO 60 INTO CAMP
(y. M. C. A, Lads Will Start for Blue
IN CHARGE OP J. C. WATSON
Thirty Vonnaitfr Will CnJoy Out
Ins: nml TIip- will ne Cnreil for
In Orilrr in Prnvldr Mn.t
J. C. Watson, boys- secretary of the
Toung Men's Christian association, has
completed all arransoments ror the an
nual camping stunt that has become so
profitable and popular and will start the
camp on Monday mornlnit at Blue lake
In Harrison county.
About thirty of the younger boys of tho
association will enjoy the outing. They
will be In chargo of Mr. WatRon and the
camp will be a model of orderly comfort.
Mr. Watson will leave this morning for
the camping grounds to complcto the ar
rangements so there will be no unneces
sary delays when tire noisy and expectant
youngsters arrive on the Northwestern
train Monday morning In charge of Physi
cal Instructor Do Vol. A sane program
for the amusement and Instruction of the
boys has been planned.
The llttlo colony of thirty boys would
not be a lonesome place under any ordi
nary circumstances, but the camp Is to
have, the unusual feature this year of be
ing shared with a company of Bny Scouts.
The Logan scouts have written to Secre
tary Watson asking permission to camp
with the Bluffs boys and the request has
been granted. It Is also probable that
there will be a number of boys from
other nearby towns. Several are known
to be coming from Walnut Ono ot .the
problems Secretary Watson is finding
hard to solve Is to get a cook of sufficient
ability and endurance to provide the' food
for the constitutionally hungry little
army. It will require a big cook, with
big hands and a big heart. Who will al
ways have something ready for a half
starved boy who can't possibly wait for
the meal hour. Friday will be visitors'
day at the camp and parents and friends
will be among the expected visitors In
addition to the public from the country,
The usual plan for holding a later camp
for the older boys of , the association will
be discontinued this year' for the reason
that many of these, boys will Join the
high school caijets when they go Into
camp next week.
High School Alumni
Gives a Reception
The concluding event of the annual
commencement of the high school oc
curred last night when the alumni ten
dered the usual reception to the graduat
ing class. It was a. very" pretty event that
brought-.a laYge number of young people
to tho ball room of the Eagles' club
Prof, and Mrs. Marshall and other high
t-chool teachers wero the patrons and
they were careful to prevent any but the
most decorous dances. The program
lacked nothing. In .the ( way of Inspiring
the young people ' Into the effort to
thoroughly enjoy themselves and get all
there was in the way of real pleasure.
Is Jail Breaker
MASON City, la., June 6. (Special
Telegram.) Fred McMillan, alias Rob
erts, alias Miller, arrested here for rob
bing the express office at Rockwell, fan
been Identified by the Bremer county
sheriff as the man who broke Jail there
May 9. He was held here under similar
KEEP COOL. We can help you do It.
If you Just drink our ice tea. We had
a blend especially put up for us in a
quart glass Jar, constating of Gun
Powder, Young Hyson 'and Nibs and -It
makes an excellent tea, both In color and
taste, and sells at 60 cents per pound,
Jar and all. We have Logan berries at
35 cents; new potatoes, 60 cents a peck;
wax and green beans, 15 cents a pound;
new cabbage, 5 cents; pineapples, 10 cqnts
and 15 cents; fresh tomatoes, 15 cents
pound. We still have good old potatoes,
C5 cents a peck; new beets, 5 cents; car
rots, 5 cents. We keep apple butter, .SO
- cents; bulk celery relish, 25 cents quart.
f We slice cooked ham, 40 cents. Bartel
& Miller. Telephone 359.
flenl Kntnte Transfers.
The following real estate transfers filed
Friday were reported to The Bee by the
Pottawattamie. County Abstract com
pany: A. II. Doollttle and wife, Eliza, to
Arthur McNeley, 395 feet of land
off the North end of lot 7 of the
Auditor's subdivision of a part ot
w neU sw'4. in the incorpor
ated town of Carson, wv d 1,50)
Catharina II. Jacobsen, a widow, to
Leroy D. Wayne, lots 3 and i in
block 5 In the town of walnut,
Iowa, w, d 3,tf
Total J l.tOO
Tiro Il'' Turiif:t at llolstrln,
IDA GROVE, la., June 6. (Ppeclal.)
Two thousand people, not only from
northwest Iowa, but Including delegations
from Clinton, Des Moines, Davenport,
gPurllngton, Muscatine, la., ana kcck is
land, Mollne and Ottawa, 111., are ex
pected to be In pttendance at the twenty
first annual turnfest of tne upper Mis
sislppl Turn-Bezlrk, to be held at Hol
steln, this county. June 12 and 11 Music
will be furnished by the Cherokee and
Holateln bands, and each day there will
be two sessions of athletic events for
women and for men. Tl?e program in
cludes apparatus and field sports, special
drills In calisthenics, mass drills and
model exhibitions. The meeting will close
with the awarding of jrlxes and a grand
ball on Saturday nli;ht.
ACTING HEAD OF IOWA
y UNI IS MADE PRESIDENT
IOWA CITY. Ia . June 6- (Special Tele
gram.) The election of Thomas H. Mac
Bride, for the last two months acting
president of the University of Iowa, as
permanent president, was announced to
day by the State Board of Education.
Dr. MacBrido has been a member of
the faculty since 1&78 and for the last
twenty-five ytars las been head of th
.department of botany, me resignation
of Dean Henry W. Dunn of the law
school was handed to the board. Illness
of Mrs. Dunn, which compete a return to
tbe east, Is given as the reason.
Scene from "The Tempest," to Be Played for Wellesley Benefit
FROM L.KKT TO RIQHT CHAHLES
Council Bluffs Office of
The Bee la at 14 Worth
St. Telephone 43,
Victrola, J15. A. Hoapo Co.
Corrlgans, undertakers. Phone US.
Blank book work. Morehouse &. Co.
4 Woodrlng Undertaking Co. Tel. 339.
GARDNER PRKSS, printing. Phone 63.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phane 97.
J3yes cammed, glasses fitted, Leffert's.
BRADLEY ELECTRIC CO., WIRING
AND FIXTURES, PHONE 393.
TO SAVE OR TO BORROW, SEE C. B.
Mutual Bldg. arid Loan Ass'n, 123 Pearl.
Uxpert and accurate watch repairing
by reliable watchmakers only. Leffert's.
Summer school begins June 8. High
school building. Miss GreUer, 534 Oak
land avenue. Phone A 648.
Ladles' and gents' hats cleaned, dyed
and reshaped at small cost Cook's Clean
ing Works. Phone 178.
Miss Llbbie De Long of Ogden. Utah,
arrived last evening for a short visit with
Mr uncle, Rev. Henry Do Long. Miss
De Long is a teacher Jn tho Utah State
bchool ror the. Deaf and is en route to
the National Teachers' convention at
Washington, D. C.
The month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James La Vergne, died Thursday evening
at ih8.,'am"y home, Twenty-tourth street
and First avenue. The funeral was held
yesterday afternoon at 3: o'clock. Burial
took place at Falrview cemetftry. Besides
the parents one other child survives.
Council Bluffs Tent No. 32, Ifn!ghts of
the Maccabees, will hold memorial serv
ices on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock In
! internal hall. 25 Pearl streot. Aftnr (ho
services at the hall a committee and sir
Kmsnis win marcn to the cemetery nnd
cieeorate the graves ot uli deceased
knights. Every sir knight Is requested
iu L'uuia anu unng uowers.
Mrs. Belle Falk. denutv nreat rum.
mander of the Modern MRPi-ntm... Imt
tw uniL-aKu, ana win go irom
there to Bay City, Mich., to attend the
convention of that lodge. Following the
convention sho will go to Port Huron,
Mich., to a schoul of Induction. En
route home Mrs. l'alk w.u visit trlenas
and relatives at Grand Rapids, Mich.;
ueirou, v.nicago ana st. Louis.
Mrs. Susan B. Crane, aged 01 yrara,
wife of E. V. Crane, died yesterday at
Mercy hospital alter an illness of three
months ftom a complication of diseases.
The body was removed to the Cutler un
dertaking rooms and later taken to tho
residence, 1116 Fourth avenue. Today tho
boay will be sent to Missouri Valley for
burial. Mrs. Crano had lived In Missouri
Valley for twenty-eight years, but had
been a resident of this citv for the last
eleven years, i'hc was a. member ot tho
Justice Joseph has filed an Information
and issued a warrant for the arrest of
Aioeri Lemasier, a laboier, who Is
charged w.th abandoning his wife and
family of three small cnlldren, tho young
est but a few weeks old. The family re
sides at 1610 South Ninth street Jt is
said their nelghlors have been providing
for their care' for several days and that
the homo, is dest.tute. Friends of Lemas
ter, however, assert their bedef that he
has not abandoned his family but has
gone In search of work.
U C. Meyers, the well-known local rail
road man, has returned from an extensive
southern and eastern trip planned in con
nection with his duties as a delegate to
the national meeting of Shrlners at Wash
ington, D. C, and at Atlanta and Savan
nah In .connection with otner Masonic
duties, Mr. Meyers' had little to say con
cerning the refusal of President Wilson to
receive a delegation ot Bhrtners at the
White House beyond declaring that it
created a very unfavorable Impression and
convinced the Shrlners tnat Mr. Wilson
had some bad advisers.
Tom White, a negro, has been held to
the grand Jury after a hearing In police
court upon the charge ot having stolen
W0 at the Hospe music store. Manager
O. O. Over had placed the money and
some checks In an envelope and placed
It upon his desk. White came In to pay
a bill and was near the desk during the
absence of tho manager. When he re
turned tho money wan gone and White
had left the place apparently In a hurry.
There was only one other person, in the
store at the time, and that person was
exempt from suspicion. White was ar
rested soon after he reached his home in
thu western part of the city, but tho
missing money wen not found.
A supplemental decrve was entered yes-
teraay in ine sun or w. m. uana ana
the Lana Construction company against
tne Iowa & Omaha short Line Railroad
company, Lana tiled claims against tho
road approximating (10.000 for material
and construction work and .all of the claim
was adjudicated with- the exception ot
one stt of items amounting to 11,410. This
was reserved for determination later.
Upon this claim Judge Wheeler yesterday
filed the supplemental decree, entering
Judgment for 197. The" order directs that
th s Is in addition to the original Judg
ments, but that It Is to bo a part of that,
and requiring but one foreclosure if
needed, and that It shall become a lien on'
all of the property of the company.
Judge Arthur yesterday heard the mo
tion of the defense In the suit ot George
Peterson and others against O. J. Mc
Manus to have the Ki.000 verdict set aside
and a new district court trial awarded.
The motion was based on alleged errors
In the court's Instructions to the Jury and
upon the admission of evidence that is
claimed should have been excluded. A
novel feature of the case is that Dr. J. II.
owery of Neola, one of the plaintiffs, also
arks tor a new trial for the reason that
the verdict of the Jury did not porm.t
him to , participate jn the Judgment
awarded. The suit grew out of misunder
standings in connection With the sale of
Canadian lands for which McManus was
After suffering from a broken arm, In
curred when h fell from a train at
Waterloo many hours previously, George
Wilson, a boxcar tourist, came to the
police station at an early hour yesterday
morning and asked for help. The Injured
man rode In a boxcar all the way from
Waterloo, csred (or as far as possible by
somo of his fellows and assisted by train
men. When the train reached here his
friends In adversity helped him to find
the police station. City Physician Moth
was called out of bed and went to the
STENICA. JOHN CIILKDOHAD. TUOM
station. The required surgical care whs
given there und the sufferer ass gncd to
the most comfortable quarters in the city
building. Wilson said he lived at "IS Vine
street, Philadelphia. He will bo cared for
until he is able to resume his Journey In
quest of employment, or something he
Lawn mowers, garden tools, lawn hose.
grass hooks, everything for the lijwn at
l'. C. De Vol Hardware Co.
lona fivrrm Note.
LOGAN The JSO.OOo 6 per cent Soldier
river drainage district fifteon-ytar bonds
were sold here yesterday by Auditor J,
M. Albertson'at ft premium of l.'.Oys.M to
Hoehler, Cummlngs & Prudden ot To
ledo. O. '
IDA GROVE Mrs. Anna Mullen, one of
the pioneers of this county, died here
this week In her seventy-seventh yar.
Sho and her husband came hero from
Pennsylvania nearly forty years go and
resided on a farm until the demise of
her husband five years ago.
SAC CITY Tho 0ac county fair will be
held at the fair grounds In Sac City Au
gust 11 to 14, Tho managers announce an
unusually good program of races. Ainontf
the special attractions will be an autu
loop-the-loop. Sac county's first baby
contest will be held In connection with
LOGAN A sawmill and steam thresher
engine belonging to H. Dungan of Logan
went down with' tho Crisp bridge, seven
miles southeast of Logan, yesterday, but
neltherMr. Dungan nor his assistant was
Injured. The supervisors have directed
Mr.. Dungan to ascertain tho damages
and present his bill for settlement.
CALIFORNIA JUNCTION-Burglars en
tered the 'Mltchel store here Wednesday
night and took provisions and other avail
able ertects and made good their escape.
The men who burned a car on the S.oux
City & Pacific track here last night also
made good their escape without leaving
a qlue or a reason .lor the burning .of
IDA GROVE-Arthur Gllbertson of Ar
thur, section boss of tho Arthur section
of tho Northwestern, left this week for
New York as the reward for twenty years
of falthtul and competent service (or his
company. He will sail for Norway lo
visit his aged mother and to attend tho
centennial of his native land. The rail
way presented him with a return ticket
to New York City.
CALIFORNIA JUNCTION-When Rev.
H. Hostteler of California Junction lOKt
control ot his automobile on the way
home from Noble's lake Wednesday att
ernoon the enr shot over a bank of a
bayou of the Missouri river, turning a
somersault and throwing the Presby
terian preacher and his wife Into the
water. By a hard struggle the two peached
the bank and then mado their way to
their home, a distance ot two miles,
.Neither was Injured.
Campaign of Arson
Continued in England
By the Suffragettes
LONDON, June 6 The campaign of
arson and attempts at destruction of
property by means of bombs was con
tinued today by the militant suffragettes.
Breadsall church, a historic edifice near
Derby, was destroyed in the early morn
ing .and during the day an amateurish
bomb -was found In Dudhope castle near
Dundee. The fuse of the bomb had been
extinguished by the wind.
Sylvia Pankhurst, borne to the platform
on an invalid chair, made another ap
pearance .tonight at a suffrage meeting
In Cannlngton nnd repeated her threat
that she would Ho on the steps of the
House of Commons without food or water
until Premier Asqulth consented to re
ceive a deputation of her followers.
While the militant suffragettes are pur
suing a campaign which In the opinion
ot most people only tends to defer the at
tainment of their wishes, tho nonmllltant
section has organized and Is carrying on
s, constitutional political program of
peculiar annoyance to the government.
The National Union of Women's Suf
frage Societies, whose executive commit
tee embraces a large number of Influen
tial persons, Including Mrs. Henry Kaw
cett, Lady Frances Balfour, the countess
of Aberdeen, Lady Brassey, Lord Court
ney and Lord Lytton, has Issued a report
showing that It is spending funds freely
at bye-electtons In support ot the labor
party candidates and against the official
The policy of the national union la to do
Its utmost to overthrow the Asqulth gov
ernment, the entire blamo for the defeat
of the 'woman suffrage bills being placea
upon the premier, and at the sainc time
help tho labor party, which is the only
parly supporting the women's cause. This
policy will greatly strengthen the labor
Ites In promoting three-cornered contests
and to avoid such triangular candidates
at the next election Is believed to be the
government's only chance ot a return to
ENJOINED FROM USING
TRADEMARKS AND NAMES
TRENTON, N, .T., June 6. The chancery
court of New Jersey has granted an In
junction on final hearing against the Pa
cific Coast Biscuit company, operating
a number of cracker plants on the Pa
cific coast, for Infringing on sixteen of
the leading trade marks, trade names and
packages of the National Biscuit com
pany. The case lias been pending In New Jer
sey courts for several years and this Is re
garded as a. most Important decision on
the subject ot unfair competition in traie.
' MM lfn "
CKA1U, RAY CORL.EY, THOMPSON
DEFENDS DEMOCRATIC POLICY
Senator Reed Makes an Attaok Upon
the General Motors Company.
QUOTES STOCK MARKET FIGURES
Toivn.end of Mlchlctnn Asserts Ihr
Country Snfferlnu from Too Much
IIl-Dlnetted nnd Specula
WASHINGTON. June . A defense of
the legislative policy of the democratic
party since It assumed control of the na
tional administration and a bitter de
nunciation of "calamity howlers" and
those who speak of business depression
and lay It at democracy's door marked a
speech In the senate today by Senator
Reed ot Missouri.
"The democratic party seems to me to
be in this situation at the present time."
Senator Heed said. "It It passes a bill
estorlng confidence to the financial sit
uation and the stock market respond)
nnd shows Improvement, the gentlemen
on the other side ot the aisle rise up and
roll tholr eyes and froth at the mouth In
a fine frenzy and declare that It has sur
rendered Itself to the great financial In
terests. But If a trust or other comblna
tlon sets up a wall, we are Immediately
denounced as enemies of tftl legitimate
business. Ot course, if it Is taken as the
volco of honest business, It will frighten
somo people; It will tend to retard prog,
ress and make tho timorous shiver and
begin to hoard a dollar, and f enough of
It Is done It may be the people will be
deceived Into believing It." vitt v.
The senator made a vigorous attack
upon the General Motors company and
one of Its subsidiaries whose president
recently criticised congress in a letter
appearing In the congresslpnal record. In
this letter congress was charged with
being responsible for business depression,
and advised to quit work and go home.
Senator Reed declared that the Motors
company was "a criminal trust and an
' "I am publicly calling the attention of
the attorniiy general to this company,"
the senator said, "and asking him to in
vestigate and take the necessary steps
ror us dissolution." Hc produced finan
cial statements showing tho company had
net earnings of several million dollars
each year for several years past and
commented on tho fact that with such a
showing any man should criticise con
gress for the lack of business.
Senator Reed read many nrwspapor
Interviews and quoted stock market quo
tatlons to show that business, Instead of
declining Is increasing, and that stocks
are Higher and sales greater than a year
ago. "Instead of sitting here and pro
claiming disaster we ought to stand up
and endeavor to produce a feeling of Just
confidence," he awerUd.
Senator Townscnd said that he did not
Intend to defend the General Motors com
pany and that If It was a trust or a com
bination In restraint of trade It should
be prosecuted. He did take Issue with the
Missouri senator, however, on the ques
tion ot the need for further;- legislation
by congress. Hc read a letter from a
Massachusetts business man to Senator
Lodge, who was not present, which said.
"Business is sick and many caees of It
I' dying outright, because of Just ono
thing too much mcdlcino and not enough
"This country Is suffering from too
much ill-digested and speculative legists
tlon," added Senator Townsend. "You
can't cry it down by making an eloquent
speech In the senate, The people of the
country know It and they are waiting
now for un opportunity to express them
Efforts Are Being
Made to Maintain
Peace in Tarrytown
TARRYTOWN. N. Y., June . Re
r.ewed efforts on the part ot the local
police department and Sheriff Doyle of
West Chester county to maintain the
peace of this vlllago marked the close
today of the first week ot the fight be
ing waged by Alexander Berkman nnd
others for the right to hold public meet
ings In protest of the policy pursued by
John li. Rockefeller, Jr., with reference
lo the Colorado mine strike.
While Berkman was' In Brooklyn and
Ntw York In search, of recruits for an
army which he declared will Invade Tar
rytown tomorrow to hold a demonstra
tion, Sheriff Doyle was marshaling a
force capable ot handling a crowd ot 20U
persons and If possible prevent a recur
rence of last Saturda) s clash when thir
teen Industrial Workers of the World
In an announcement made public to
day Judge Moorehouse declared that
Berkman would not be permitted In his
court tomorrow when the prisoners are
brought before him for arraignment. One
cf the original thirteen deserted the
cause of free speech yesterday and was
released under a suspended sentence of
six months in the penitentiary.
WORK FOR ENGINEER BOARD
State Convention Decides to Push
Matter Refore Legislature.
REGULATION IS NOW LACKING
Indicted Plninherx Will llr Askril n
Itrport to I'nlcrnl Court In Urn
Moines r Herjttl uf
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. June fi.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Active agitation among the sta
tionary engineers for n special board to
examine and license onglnrera In Iowa .
will bo tho outcome of the slate conven- I
tlon ot engineers here today. Some of j
tho cities now license engineers, but there i
Is no state regulation.
I'lntnWrs to I'lrjvl Soon.
it was decided Into today that tho In
dicted plumbers will be asked to report
to the fodoral court by July 7 and plead
to the Indictments found here.
I'rolilrm of Wolf Ilnunty,
When docs n cub wuif boconio iv wolf
and cease to be a cub? That is a prob
lem which has engaged the attention of
the legal department of thr state this
week. A county auditor who foiled to Join
In the polltlcnl scheme to rebuke tho
legislature for olmost everything it did j
put the question up to the legnl depart
ment. Assistant Attorney General Bob
bins was assigned to work It out. He
found that definitions of "cub" did not
appear In tho court decisions, but a wolf
is supposed to be an adult nnd the courts
know what that means. An mlull is ono
full grown, hence a cub Is almost any
thing that Isn't. This leaves It so that
the bounty of $t for a rub goes until the
animal Is full grown, when the 0 bounty
't'rxt of llerrj llox Mlcx.
Rumor that one of tho Des Moines com
mission houses Is gojug 1.1 put on the
market threo cartoads of stvuwbrrrles put
up In off-slrod borry boxes has stirred
the state food department to activity in
watching for violations of tho berry box
law. Tho department maintains that only
three sizes of borry boxes are allowed by
law In Iowa theqtlart rit. tho pint size
and the half-pint size. All others are out
lawed. But It Is said the berries from
Kansas aro In boxes a pint and n halt In j
slzo. Tho commission houses hope to
avoid the penalties nf thf law by putting
a label on each box stating Its size. But
the stato food department will nut tuko
this as an excuse for marketing In Illegal
sized boxes, for tho very purpose ot the
law was to establish standard sizes so
that every customer would know what ho
is gottlng without looking at a label or
anything cleo. A suit to test tho law Is
Candidates for office before the recent
primaries are filing expense statements
with the secretary of stato. They show
r.ot very large expenditures. George C.
Scott, republican for congress, Klevonth
district, spent 115.90; Frank P. Woods,
Esthervllle, republican for congress,
Tenth district, spent $10.50; Sant Klrk-
patrlck, Ottumwa, who was defeated for
democratlo nomination In the Sixth, spent
$312.05. Some of the progressive party
candidates say they did not spend any-
thing in their campaigns.
The parole case of Betsy Smith, who
has been twenty years In prison a
Anamosa, wbs before the parole board to'
Cay. The board has gone Into the whole
question, of tho correctness of tho do
clslon of the Jury which found her guilty
since It was found that she claimed that
she was Innocent of tho crime. She was
convicted of killing her husband In Des
Moines. John Cownle, formerly of tho
parolo board appeared to tell what he
knew of the case.
Limited l.lnlilllty Cne.
The matter of deciding whether tho
new rule of the railroads ns to II ml tod
liability for delays In shipments of all
freight, applies to llye stock as well a
to perishable goods, has been (Inferred.
The railroads aro Intimating that thoy
will change the rulo so that It will speci
fically exempt live stock nnd time is given
for this change. Tho cose came bofore
tho railroad commission today on protest
of the Corn Belt Meat Producers' associ
ation. The question, however, of apply
ing the rulo to Interstate shipments will
be taken to Washington as soon as tho
case can be made up. Under the rule as
It stands no shipper could got any com
pensation for great damnge done by rea
son of failure to reach a market with nny
kind of freight.
Pirns of Onlltj.
Those who are on the Inside assort that
most of the officials ot the Master
.Plumbers' association indicted for viola
tion of the anti-trust law will plead
guilty and pay small fines. The evidence
Is overwhelming that the manner in
which the business was dono was :on
trary to law. The officials followed ho
for they may lead to some serious
illness if neglected. Watch the appe
tite. Keep the Stomach, Liver and .
Bowels normal and active and at the
first sign of weakness Beware
Nature is oalling for assistance and
it should be heeded promptly. Glvo
these organs, a fair chance and you will
certainly enjoy better health.
Be persuaded JUST NOW to got
a bottle of
It renews tho digestive functions, helps
to overcome all Stomach Ills and im
proves health In general. Try it.
adlee of competent lawyers nnd io
l'cved that what their associations w-ro
doing was within the law and entirely
proper, but It seems that tho federal
authorities hold otherwise.
It Is expected that following the clos
ing up of tho suits In federal court, no
matter what Is done with them, tlviro
will be continuation of tho probe far
violation ot the state laws in Iowa,
which was commenced long boforo the
federal Inquiry wan commenced. This
would bo for the purpose of establishing
n conspiracy In restraint ot trade or for
control of business or tho fixing of rrlccs.
While the federal Indictment can bo satU
fled with a fine, the state accusation
would be a felony nnd subject the men
to terms of Imprisonment In tho peni
tentiary. The government has virtually given tho
defendants until November to show up
and enter pleas of guilty. They will not
be sent lor. so it Is said, and may take
their own time In getting ready for do
frnse. None of the Indicted prisoners has
Colored CollrttP People.
An organization to bo known as the
Iowa Colored Alumni has been formed by
a number of colored graduates of the J
stnto university. The following officers (
were elected: P. Joe Rrown. liberal arts
'8S, law '01. president; Miss Lctta U Con. j
liberal arts 'II, now professor ot modern
languages In Bishop college, Murshall,
Tex., first vice president; Laurence C
Jones, liberal arts '07: founder nnd prin
cipal of tho Plney Rldgo Normal and in
dustrial Institute nt Braxton, Miss., sec
ond vlco president; Miss Addah V. Hyde.
Des Molnce, liberal arts '19, recording
Condition of limn I'rult.
Fruit prospects are not no good In Iowa
according to Wesley Uroinc, secretary
ot tho Stato Horltoi'lturnl society. I f r
centngo averages fc Juns on all ?rMs
maki &. ns against 7SV4 for Mt:v. A yvur
ago tho June nverago wus per edit.
The av.rnge for cacti lend of fruit lor
Annies 371 Red raspberries... St
Pear ... . ...Mi Black raspberries 71
American Plums. .62
Jananeso plums,. 4!
Ooosoberrlcs , 73
Curiauts .......... 73
The following Is the program for the
quarterly conference ot tho chief execu
tive officers of the stato Institutions with
the board ot control of stato Institutions
lo bo held June 16-17:
"A Model Program for a Ward." by
Mary I.nwson Neff. M. 1") . Des Moines.
'Thumb Screws," by Rev. L. Tennnnt,
Fort Madison.) . ....
"Our Economies." by Mrs. 8usle lllff,
Matron, Industrial School for Boys,
Klt'of". . . . .
'Relation of the Propsychotio Period ot
Mental Disorder," by T. L. Long. M. P..
first assistant physician, Cherokee State
"Porosis," by J. B. Rogers, M. D.i
Independence State hospital, Indcpendl
"Tho Moral and Rollglous Stdo of tho
Prisoner's Life," by F. II. Plckworth,
chaplain, the reformatory. Anamosa.
Canui ot Instruction for Officers,
Adjutant General Logan today an
nounced tho date for tho annual camp
of instruction for tho Iowa National
Guard to be June Sl-20. Tho camp will
bo held at the stato rifle range near
Dr. Georgo H. Choppell, director ot
the Iowa weather and crop service was
reappointed today by Governor Clarke,
for another tcrm In that position. Tho1
appointment Is on recommendation or
tho !tato Bljard'. otjVgrlculture,
Con Operntori AVant nuslness.
Ab a result ot a' vslt of the officials;
of the Iowa, Coal Operators' association
to the. State Board of Control tho speci
fications for coal at the insttutions wlH
bo changed,!, somewhat 'fcb as to give p.
llttlo advantago to tho Iowa oporators.;
Tho Iowa cpal men have complained that
they aro uhablo to compoto with thosq
from Illinois on tho sale of coal on tho
British Thermal unit basis whero price
Is tho solo consideration. The Blato
Board desires to buy all coal In Iowa
but must conform to tho law as to
APPEALS MISSOURI CASE:
KANSAS CITY, Juno R. Snnford Bj
Lndd, today filed two appeals. In. tha fod
rral court against tho decision 'of ' Judg)
A. 8.' vnn Valkenburg handed oown lasj
December, giving all the property for
merly belonging to tlm Cumberland Pros?
by byterlah church In Missouri to tho Prcst
hyterlan church of tho United States of
America. . ,
The sulU Involve proporty valued at
more than $1,600,000. The llgltatlort grew
out of tho union of the two .churches In
1908. Certain members of the Cumberland
church refused to approve the notion of
tholr assembly In performing the union
onA1 claimed all the property of the
church. Several suits were filed. .
Everybody reads Bee Want Ads.
One Year and a Day
For George H. York
DBS MOINES, la., June t-Qeorge II
York, h merchant of Colfax, was todav
sentenced to ono year and ono day In
tho Leavenworth federal prison by Judge
Smith MoPherson In United States court,
following tho verdict of guilty of charges
of white slavery, returned by a Jury yes
terday. Ho will appeal.
WASHINGTON, Juno 5.-(8pcclal Tele
gram.) Postofflces have been established
at Lyons. Cass county, Iowa, with H. A.
Moltz as postmaster, and Wolvlngton,
Dawes county, Nebraska, with J. W.
Wolvlngton ns postmaster.
W. F. J. Anarrt was appointed post
master nt Martel, Lancaster county, Ne
braska, vlco Louis R. Meyer, resigned.
J. H. wlso of Omaha has been awarded
tho contrnrt for the construction of tho
public building at Kxcelsior Springs, Mo.,
Mildred O. Sheets of Iowa City. In . has
been appointed a medical interne In the
government hospital for lnsano In this
A SPECIAL DAT.
Dr. Todd will demonstrate "New
Tooth" and make special prlcost
for any work.
If you have trouble -with par
tial plates or half tooth bridge
work you can't afford to mtss thin
demonstration, which Is fBEE
Abraham Lincoln said: "Somo
people dig their graves, with their
Dr. Todd's' now dentistry wlH
fix them and help you live.
Be sure and call Thursday.
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5 lbs, at 21c por lb.
14 lbs, at 20c' per lb. .
. 113 lbs, at 18c "Br lb.
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