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if* Mi m. Odeon Theatre BUSBY BROS., Mgr«—Tfcl. 262X W..A. Tapp, Rn. Mgr. •4 TONIGHT Tha Studanta of the MarshalItown High School Pmtnt 8hakeapear'a Merchant of Venice |n «n Up-to-Date 8tyle. GIVEN UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. ANY SEAT IN THEATER 25 CENTS. Dotra Open 7:39 p. m. Sunday, April 12 THE BEAUTIFUL, SOUTHERN COMEDY DRAMA '-f The Slave Girl PRE3ENTED BY A CAPABLE COMPANY. Four Acts With Plenty of Good Specialties. ilff PRICE8 15, 25, 35 and 50c. Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m. Monday, April 13 CHAS. H. YALE'S Mammoth Musical Spectacle PAINTING THE TOWN A Novelty From Rise of Curtain, Is Brightj Clever and Clean. A REAL. MUSICAL SURPRISE. PRICES .25, .50, .75 and *1.00 Seate on 8ale Saturday 10 a. m. BIJOU THEATRE CHANGE PROGRAM THURSDAY ILLUSTRATED 80NGS JAME8 WISE Chalk Talker. BURTON SI8TER8" Singing and Dancing MOVING PICTURE8. 8ouvenirs Wednesday A Saturday Matinees. THEATORIUM CAUGHT A DETECTIVE 8TORY. Intermittent Alarm Clock Song A Big Show for 6 Cents Matinee Saturday Afternoon. ELITE THEATRE T0NIGHT8 PROGRAM THE MILLERS HATRED MATINEE SATURDAY *i Don1t Fail to See This 8how. ADMI88ION 5 CENT8. J. H. JOHNSTON, Aermotor Wind Mills, Pumps, Tanks, Tripod 8tsel Towers. He Can Fix your Pump or Wind Mill New Phona 616. 603 E. Church MARSHALX.TOWN, IOWA. Pontiac and Mier IN BUGGY TYPB. Cadillac s£5w Also Other Higher Priced Cara Write for Information and catalog. Will demonstrate machines. JOHN HANSON TAMA, IOWA. fe': Pens ion Checks Go Everywhere. (From the Boston Transcript.) Probs.bly few persons realize the ex tent of the labor which the payment of our pension charges imposes. To sixty-seven countries pension checks are sent There are pensioners in Japan and Liberia, and even at St. Helena. Of the $724,434 paid to pen sioners resident in foreign countries last year, more than one-tialf went to ..Canada but Germany drew $85,318 Ireland, $69,376 England. $53,918 Mexico, 123.508. St. Helena's portion was $180, a sum which, tho small, must be appreciated In that island of de cadent fortunes. '•".I* *?. CURES ECZEMA QUICKLY. New Drug, Poslam, Now Obtainable in Small Quantities. Since Its discovery one year ago, the new drug, Poslam, has successfully cured thousands of chronic cases of eczema and other distressing skin af flictions. 'Heretofore poslam has been dispensed soleiy for the "benefit of ecze ma patients in large jars sufficient for a month's treatment. This was found to be an inconvenience to many thous ands who use it for minor skin trou bles, such as pimples, blackheads, herpes, acne, scaly scalp, complexion blemishes, itching tfeot, piles, etc., which require but a small quantity to cure. To overcome this, and In re sponse to urgent appeals, the dispens ers of poslam have been obliged to adopt, in addition to -the regular two dollar package, a special fifty-cent size, which in future may be found on sale at the MoBride & Will Drug Co.'s and other leading drug stores In Marshall town, or may be ordered direct from the Emergency Laboratories, Ko. 82 West 25th street, New York City. In all eczema cases poslam stops itching with .first application, and proceeds to heal immediately chronic cases being cured In two weeks. In less serious skin troubles, results are seen after an overnight application. Samples for experimental purposes may still be had,"free of charge, by writing to the laboratories for them. Get wise to Willie! Oh, aint he "wicket?" W,: He's anxious to run S On a brand new ticket. The American public has little faith in these self-constituted candidates and it's a safe prediction that the new na tional party will make a sorrowful showing. Beware of those who blow •their own horn. We have no necessity to llow that principle. Our many satisfied customers will sound our praises for us. So will you after be coming intimately acquainted with the superior merits of our Havamerlco and other brands of cigars. COOK'S CIGAR STORE Barber Shop, Bowling Alleys, Billiard and Pool Parlors TREMONT BLOCK 22 WEST MAIN Your Real Life Story .Told at Last THE "7ADDF'C" GREAT ARE lAKKL 0 HERE For a Short Time Only Clairvoyants Supreme THE ONLY S0MN0LISTS IN IN THE WORLD TODAY OFFICE8 OPEN TO THE PUB LIC TOMORROW MORN ING AT 10 O'CLOCK. In order to introduce their super ior work they will for the first 3 days only give a SPECIAL READING 50o No money taken in advance and no charge unless you are told the truth, and more abso lute facts than you have ever been told before. They call you by name and give you the names of dead and living around your life. THESE WONDERFUL PEOPLE tell Just what you want to know without asking a question bring good luck in all Undertakings. GIVE ADVICE in business, insurance, travels, changes, love, separation, wills, deeds, mort gages, patents, claims. They will tell you what trade, busi ness or profession you are adapt ed for. TELL YOU WHEN AND WHOM YOU WILL MARRY. REUNITE THE SEPARATED. THEY OPEN UP A WAY FOR THE SUCCESS AND HAPPI NESS YOU DESIRE. A POWER TO SECRETLY CHANGE THE THOUGHTS, ACTIONS, HAB ITS OR INTENTIONS OF ANYONE, EVEN MILES AWAY. HOURS 10 TO S EVERY DAY AND SUNDAY. Private Offices Ground Floor, 205 East Church Street Winivrbp: Gold Medal Flour .» best for pastry. BSATKtO. 7"M X,. 1 Suit For $5,000 Damages Against Leech and Michaels on Trial RESULT OF AUTO ACCIDENT Oscar Rosengren, Who Was Run Down at Corner of Main and Ninth Street Almost Two Years Ago, by F. F. Michaels, Suing for Damages for Injuries Received. The suit ifor $5,000 personal injuries, brought by Oscar Rosengren against \V. E. Lcech, of this •city and F. F. 'Michaels, now of Ackley, which was the outcome of the accident at the corner of Main and Ninth streets on the night of July 21, 1906, when Rosengren was very seriously Injured by an automobile driven by Michaels, was ibegun in the district court this morning. W. E. Leech Is made defend ant in the case because ho was part owner of i.ho machine Michaels was driving. Up to noon, when court adjourned for lunch, fifteen Jurors had been ex amined, and it was not thought that a jury would be secured before the middle of the afternoon. Alleges Carelessness. The basis of Rosengren's claim for damages, ajs set out in the petition, which was filed some time ago, is that Michaels was operating the automo bile carelessly and negligently that he was running it at an excessive speed and that he did not have the machine under control. Rosengren was riding east on Main while the auto was going west. The accident occurred at a point near the junction of Main and Ninth streets. Rosengren's leg was badly fractured, and he was otherwise seriously in jured. iFor months he was under a phy sician's care. It is claimed that he was permanently injured. Says Rosengren Was Careless. The defendant's answer to the pe tition denies in general tho allegations which charge carelessness and negli gence in the operation of the automo bile. It says the accident was due to Rosengren's carelessness, and con tends that he was riding a wheel that was provided with neither light nor hell. The claim is made that Michaels did not see Rosengren until it was too late to stop the automobile, altho it was running slowly and not faster than four or five miles an hour. It also says that Michaels sounded his horn as ho approached ^Ninth street. SCHEDULE HEARING CONTINUED. Superintendent Noonan Will Take Up Work Again Saturday. General Superintendent D. C. Noonan of the Iowa Central, who has been in session with the machinists in this olty, looking toward the adjustment of a new schedule, left for Peoria Thurs day evening, and will return here Sat urday to again take up the confer ence. As yet nothing definite has been done regarding the schedule. Mr. Noonan said that there should not be any trou ble over making an adjustment, and all that the company asked was that It be required to pay no higher wages for machinists, blacksmiths, and bailer makers than other roads* in this terri tory were paying at the present time. "We aire paying a little higher rate now," continued Mr. Noonan. "We are paying our machinists 40 cents an hour, while the prevailing rate in this territory is from 36 to 37 cents, and some roads are as low as 35. We want to be fair, but we don't want to pay more than the same kinds of labor are employed at on other lines." BENEFIT FOR MRS. ALLDERSON. Former Prominent Rebekah Worker Now in Poor Health. Members of Marshall lodge, No. 40, Daughters of Rebekah, are planning a benefit for Mrs. Charles Allderson, of this city, a former prominent mem ber of the order. Mrs. Allderson has been in poor health for several months owing to paralysis, and her sister iRe Ibekahs are endeavoring to show her •how they appreciate what she did for the order when she was in good health. The benefit, which will take place on Monday, April 20, will be held in the Odd Fellows hall. A program will be given, dancing will be enjoyed, and refreshments served. An admission of 10 cents will be charged at the door. EMEiNY KNOWN HERE. Eldora Osteopath Formerly Practiced Here—'Nuckolls Also Known. (Harry W. Emeny, the Eldora osteo path who was shot thru the left breast early Thursday morning by Edward Nuckolls, Is well known here, where he practiced several years before go ing to Eldora. Emeny was the first osteopath to come to this city. Mr. Nuckolls is also known here, and Is a member of a prominent Eldora fam ily, his father being Ezra Nuckolls, a pioneer jeweler of Eldora. Mr. Nuckolls is a nephew of Mrs. C. C. Gilman, formerly of this city. Mrs. Nuckolls is a daughter of George W. Ward, an Eldora attorney, who is well known here. The Charles Satia Funeral. The funeraj of Charles Satia was held from the residence. Ill North Ninth street, Thursday afternoon at o'clock, and was very largely attend ed, especially by the friends of Mr. Satia and the older residents of the city. Chaplain Jesse Cole, of tlie sol diers' home, officiated and a mixed quartet sang. The body was burled irv Riverside. The pall bearers were Hor ace Anson, R. W. MoBride. O. L. In gledue. W. S. Reed. John E. Wildman and B. F. Curnmings. The flowers NOTE—See Local News. Page 5 for Additional SUSS®© if .A 'Ttntes-I&pitbltjcaty-^ foam were very pretty, and In abundance. There were present at the funeral from out of town, Mrs. W. M. Ballln ger and daughter Theda, of Oskaloosa, the former a niece of Mr. Satla Mrs. E. W. Fallis, of Oskaloosa., sister of Mr. Ballinger and Miss Ella Grant, of Oskaloosa, a great nieca of... Mr. Satla. TO THE HOME PROVIDER. A Few Bargains That Ought to Inter est You. The Star Cash Grocery Lj the place to buy. Flour, $1.23, $1.85, $1.45, $1.60. Potatoes, per bushel, 70 cents. Oranges, 15, 20, 25 and 30 cents per dozen. Three cans No. 1 corn 23 cpnta. Three cans fancy corn 25 tents. Three cans tomatoes 25 cents. All 10-oent breakfast foods, 3 for 25 cents. Lennox soap, 7 bars for 25 cents. Eleven bars soap, 25 cents. Macaroni, per lb. 5 cents. Evaporated apples, 2 lbs 25 cents. Extra fancy lb packages raisins, 2 for 26 cents. Evaporated milk, per can, 5 cents. Teas, 10, 25, 40 and 48 cents per lb. Black Hawk coffees, 14 to 35 cents per lb. Fancy table peaches, 3 lbs for 20 cen ts. High grade red salmon 16 cents a can. All goods promptly delivered. KENDALL & WEST, 8 East State street. NEW COAL COMPANY. Appleby Fuel Co., Buy the John Eng lert Yard on South Seoond Ave. The Appleby Fuel Co. have 'bought the coal yard formerly run by John Englert at 409 South Second avenue. The new company will handle coal, wood, sewer pipe, fire brick,, fire clay, lime, plaster and cement. O. D. Appleby will be manager of the new firm and will be glad to' meet old and new patrons at th« office, 409 South Second avenue. Phone* numbers Old 361-J, New 19. COW CASE TO JURY Action to Recover for Blooded Stock Finished. The case of C. R. Steele vs. M. E. Andrews & Sons, which has been in process of trial In the district court since Monday, was given to the Jury at 11:30 o'clock this morning. PARKER'S STORE NEWS fi Easter Opening Saturday—Public In vited to Call and Inspect Stock of Exclusive Easter Novelties New Lighting System. *, Tomorrow (Saturday) we invite the public to call and inspect our stock of exclusive Easter novelties. Our store has been elaborately and beautifully decorated for the occasion and you will toe very welcome whether you purchase or not. We have Installed a new light ing system and the most delicate colors can 'be distinguished in the evening as well as by daylight. If you can't pome during the day, come in the evening. CHILD DIES SUDDENLY. Cerebro Spinal Meningitis Takes Le Grand Child After Short Sickness. After an illness of not more than twelve hours, Charles Herman Weit zell, aged 6 months, the son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weitzell, of LeGrand, died at the home of his parents, Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, of cerebro spinal meningitis. The body was buried in Pleasant Hill cemetery this morning. The home was quaran tined this morning. It's Up to You. To spend a dollar now, and have those harnesses oiled and save time when you ought to be working in the fields. Now is the time to get your repairing done. A few stitches or a new buckle may save a life, to say nothing of your horses or implements. Bring us your harnesses and have them overhauled, then you will feel safe with that old harness. That's what our repair work means. It's brain and brawn work that's done at Gantz's place, 105-107 West Main street. Rhodes Couple Weds. At Des Moines, Thursday afternoon, Justice Cope united in marriage Mr. George H. Grant and Miss Delia Harding, both of Rhodes. DIDN'T KNOW. That Coffee Was Causing Her Trouble. So common is the use of coffee as a •beverage, many do not know that it 13 the cause of many obscure ails which are often attributed to other things. The easiest way to find out for one's self is to quit the coffee for a while, at least, and note results. A Virginia lady found out in this way, and also learned of a new beverage that is wholesome as well as pleasant to drink. She writes: 'I am 40 years old and all my life, up to a year and a half ago, I had been a coffee drinker. About ten years ago, I had dyspepsia so bad that often the coffee I drank would sour on my stom ach and I could not retain it. "Severe headaches and heart weak ness made me feel sometimes as tho I were about to die. After drinking a cup or two of hot coffee, not knowing it was harmful, my heart would go like a clock without a pendulum. At other times it would almost stop and I was so nervous I did not like to he alone. "If I took a walk for exercise, as soon as I was out of sight of the house I'd feel as if I was sinking and this would frighten me terribly. My limbs would utterly, refuse to support me, and the pity of it all was, I did know that coffee was causing the trouble. "Reading in the papers that many persons were relieved of such ailments by leaviing off coffee and drinking Pos tum, I got my husband to bring home :i package. AYe made It according to dl rections and I liked the first cup. Its rich snappy flavour was delicious. "I have been using Postum about eighteen months and to my great joy, digestion is good, my nerves and heart are all right, in fact, I am a well wom an once more, thanks to Postum." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to WelHvlIJe," in pkgs. Fast (ireat, Western Meat Train Jumps Track at Second Street Crossing ROAD DETOURS ITS TRAINS Passengers Are Sent Over Northwest ern Via This City and Ames Freight Traffic Delayed for Most of the Day Six Cars Off Track, Which Was Badly Torn Up. Six cars, loaded with moat, Were de railed, seventy-five yards of track were torn up, traffic was delayed for hours, and the South Second stree: crossing over the Great Western blocked during the middle of the day by a freight train wreck on that line at 9:50 o'clock this morning. The dam age done, aside from the delay to traf fic and the tearing up of the track, was slight. A car in No. 62, east-bound, a fast meat and live stock train in charge of Conductor Jones, of Des Moines, left the track a short distance west of Second street. A defective frog or flange is thought to have made the wheel leave the track. The first car de railed dragged five others off the track with It. The engine passed the spot safely. The trucks of the derailed cars tore into the ground, and tho car that blocked the roadway on South Second street burled its wheels and trucks in the ballast almost up to the frame. This car almost turned on Its fdde and was somewhat damaged, but the other five were not broken. The train was running about fifteen miles an hour when it left the track. A wrecker was expected from Hud son at about 1 o'clock, and it was thought the track could be cleared in five hours after it arrived. Passenger trains No. 5, west-bound at 9:50, and No. 4, east-bound at 12:30 o'clock this afternoon, were detoured via the Northwestern to and from Ames. Both were about an hour late out of here. Notice to All Milk Dealers. You are hereby notified that after April 20 it will be necessary to have a license, or to have made application for a license, in order to sell milk within the city limits of Marshall town. After that date any person failing to comply with the milk Inspec tion ordinance will be subject to fine or imprisonment as by ordinance pro vided. This notice Is final. O. L. INGLE DUE. *.-1? 1 1 Mayor. McBride & Will Successful. After a great deal of effort and cor respondence McBride & Will, the pop ular druggists, have succeeded in get ting the Dr. Howard Co. in making special half price introductory offer on the regular fifty cent size of their cele- ki HHilftiH! *V"r -Values at Low Prices Our shoes and oxfords are all made of select, extra quality stock. .* If our footwear doesn't give perfect satisfaction, we will consider it a favor if you will tell us. OUR AIM is to give you the best for the least. No cheap or shoddy footwear, but NEWEST, SNAPPY STYLES. That we guarantee. Whitton-Whitehead Co., brated specific for tho cure of consti pation and dyspepsia. Ir. Howard's specific has been so re markably successful in curing consti pation, dyspepsia and all liver troubles, that McBride & Will are willing to return the price paid in every case where it does not give relief. So great is the demand for ithia spe clllc that McBrlde &. Will have been able to secure only a limited supply, and every one who is troubled with dyspepsia, constipation or liver trouble should call upon them at once, or send 25 cents, and get sixty doses of the best medicine ever made, on this special half price offer with their personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure. Case Against C. G. W. Settled. The case brought by John W. Rank, a Marion township farmer, against the Chicago Great Western Railway company, for damages to meadow land by fire claimed to have been .started by an engine of the company, was settled this morning, according to a stipulation of judgment filed. This stipulation allows Rank a judgment of $100 and the costs. He sued for $505.50. Standing The Hudsons captured two of the series from the Rexalls in the bowl ing league at the Cook alleys last night, and toy losing, the Rexalls were forced down to a tie with the Imperials. The scores: HUDSONS. Carroll 135 Chiles 187 Fowler 101 Dummy 149 Pletscher 182 Handicap Totals Eating Cocoanut'Custard Pie Everybody sings the praises of Co coanut-Custard pie if it's made Just right so as to melt in one's mouth, but a heavy, soggy pie will spoil the entire meal and injure the digestion. It Is now possible for everyone to have good pie as grocers are selling "OUR-PIE," eacli package containing Just the prop er Ingredients for two pies. Varieties: Leir.on, chocolate, and custard, 10 cents per package. Order the custard for cocoanut-custard pies. 29-31 West Main St., Marshalltown, la. 7 ODEON THEATRE BUSBY BROS., Owners and Managers—Tel. 262X W. A. TAPP, Resident Manager Sunday, April 12 The Romantic Southern Comedy Drama THE SLAVE, GIRL IN FOUR ACTS Plenty of Specialties and Good Wholesome Fun Prices, 15, 25,35 and 50 Cts Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m. 4 19 1 BOWLING of the Clubs. P. W. 48 34 14 45 28 17 45 28 17 51 26 25 48 24 24 45 20 25 45 20 25 48 20 28 36 13 23 39 12 27 Number Four Rexalls Imperials .. Boosters .... Hudi'ons cresoents .... Hawkeyes .. Invlncibles .. Blue Jays •. Sycamores .. Pet .70S .622 .122 .510 .600 .444 .444 .417 .361 .309 131 149 121 141 183 35 754 760 773 REXAJiLS. Carlson 109 117 168 H. Denmead 148 138 161 Padmore Ill 145 159 Owings 160 136 158 Francis 149 136 148 Totals 677 672 794 Local Weather Record. Thursday's maximum was 59, com pared with 50 for the day before. Last night's maximum was 34, compared with 27 the night before. At 7:30 o'clock this morning the temperature was 44, ten degrees colder than Thurs day morning at the same hour. 3 149 173 114 134 171 35 101 iipipil .V--" 1* Young Men's Clothes -Ederheimer, Stein & Co. Makers ETTER take a second look at these styles for Young Men. Absolutely defy one to find any thing common-place jor about them. Brimful of style and good taste with smart patterns and perfect fit. Also have others of L*e Eder heimer-Stein make. All different. Can't put them before you on 'paper you must see them to •know. Two, three and four-button suits medium and long lapels/ coats 31 to 32 inches long with 2 Yz-inch dip in front. Sites up to 38, ol-f'-i •. -. "M.i 4 .r. *x ordinary 1 1 Henry Pappe Temple of Economy Grandest Display of Up-to-Date Ever Shown in Marshalltown HUNDREDS OF'THE NOBBIEST HATS FOR LADIES AND CHIL DREN. YOU MUST SEE TO APPRtCIATE. FOR TEN YEARS WE HAVE CATERED TO THE LADIES OF MARSHALLTOWN IN MIL LINERY MUT THIS YEAR WE THINK WE HAVE OUT-DONE ALL ATTEMPTS OF FORMER YEARS. OUR HATS ARE ALL THE LATEST SHAPES AND DESIGNS, rRESH FROM THE MANUFAC TURERS AND MOST OF THEM HAVE NOT BEEN IN STOCK FOR 24 HOURS, AND ABOVE ALL, AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY. CALL AND LOOK i..EM OVER. Temple of Economy Do you want the electrical flztur* to your home or office to ba artistic well as useful. Then com* here. Wa have stock of desk portable and taJ»Ia lamps that cannot be rivaled for food looks. Tliey are made according to the latest deslgnB and are aa perfect In the way of usefulness as on* covld wish. Prices aa usual are right. A. W. CARROLL V' Ti, v.- "ft? -v IS w. :m^i 1 4: m- CO. 1M WMt Main. B«th WionM.