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Evening times-Republican. [volume] (Marshalltown, Iowa) 1890-1923, November 18, 1909, Image 10

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Four minute
Records
for the
Thonograph
'When Mr. Edison invented the Amherol Records he
invented the longest Record ever made for a sound
reproducing machine. But the Amberol Record is not
only lonsier it is better. It is made from a new com
position which makes a more perfect reproduction of
music or the voice than any known method.
An Amberol Record in an Edison Phonograph is
the most perfect reproduction of a song or a piece of
Instrumental music th it you have ever heard.
But do not accept our statement. Go and hear it. There is a
dealer near you. Hear the Edison Phonograph and compare it with
other instruments before you decide. We will leave it to your judg
ment as to whether you can buy anything for the price that will give
••you so much real, genuine fun and pleasure as the Edison Phonograph.
Fdison Phonographs S12.50 to S125.00 Kriison Amberol Records (twice as lone) .50
J-v.isoi! Standard Records .35 Kdison Grand Opera Records .75
•There are Fdlson dealers everywhere, fin to the nearest and hear the Edison Phono
Xt iph jitnv both Edison Standard and Amberol Records. iet complete caraiocs from
dealer or from us.
NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY, 75 Lakeside Avenue, Or*a»c, N. J.
Schweitert Music Co,
10 EAST MAIN STREET. MARSH A LLTOW N. IOWA.
CARRY THE COMPLETE CATALOG OF EDISON AMBEROL
MINUTE: RECORDS.
OVER 3.000 RECORDS CARRIED IN STOCK.
THE LARGEST SELECTION OP RECORDS AND MACHINES
THE CITY.
WE CAN EQUIP YOUR PHONOGRAPH TO PLAY AMBEROL,
RECORDS. COME AND ASK US.
Gel "Clothes" Satisfaction
An Opportunity
THE
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May be you are
not satisfied with
the clothes you
have been wear
ing. v.
Then you're just
the man we are
looking for.
Our clothing is
not only sold with
the manufacturer's
guarantee as to
Style,
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY desires a
man of character, ability and experience as General Agent
at MarshalItown, and vicinity and offers an excellent op
portunity thru a renewal contract direct with the Home Of
fice.
Address James B. Estee, Second Vice-President.
4 Moitpelier, Vermont. ... ..
Quality
and Fit,
but our guarantee
goes along with
it in price and
clothes sarisfac-
tiOn.
No Better Store in the City
J. R. MAN SHIP,
Live Stock and General Ai^ctioneer,
LE GRAND, IOWA.
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FEDERAL URY
GRAND JURY CON­
SIDERING EVIDENCE AGAINST
MAYOR, ET AL.
DEMURRERS TO FIRST
CHARGE HAVE EFFECT
Action of Mayor and His Officers, in
Seeking to Quash Davenport Indict­
ment, Will Doubtless Result in New
Action—"Smiling" Johnson in Des
Moines to Lend Assistance,
indicted by the federal grand jury now
siaing at Des Moines. j^j.. i„
others.
piv
from
?'eady
wn a federal officer
doing bis duty. K. K. Van
'lie lednrnl inspni*t»ir who was arrested
:i .Marslialltown. is in the city and
-to give his testimony in the
ast ,"
"Smiling" Johnson on Job.
"Smiling" Johns.hi. chief ,,f in*- gov
rnnieiit special agents of the interior
department. under whom K. 1- Van
Wert was working while in this city.
in 1 es .Moines to 'assist Mr. Van
We(*i. and the government in tile -prose
ntion of the rases asainsi the mayor
.md his ofj ji ers. Joliiiioii is tile man
!:i
Jno\vn
a
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technical errors ltl
Sly reason of
hastily drawing
against Mayor ingledue. et
federal court at lavenport on Oct. 6.
immediately preceding the arrest of the
mayor and his police officers here
a charge of conspiracy to prevent, a!
federal officer from doing his duty, it
is more than likely that
tile indictments •p|ic,ri,
Ii'-i so sttcci'ssfull.v c.iiitUicted a gitran- latter returns from Vinton. I
ie and dariiis: raid in the Minnesota''
Indian reservation country a few A Religious Author's Statement.
aonths a o. when he smashed up sev- Iiev. Joseph H. Kespermun, Salisbury,
ral saloons in genuine Carrie Nation N. C.. \yb°
Xo mention is made, in the eastern
reports, of the Chesapeake & Ohio, but
I hat l'oad is also a Hfiwley property,
and in the event of the formation of
a holding company, would probably be
included, it is said, in the merger. It
is railroad opinion here that nothing
will develop that will disturb the posi
tion of independence of the Minneai
ons & St. Loui
ot the general offices.
COLDEST NIGHT OF WINTER.
Eleven Above Registered Wednesday
Night, Sets New Record.
Weather of winter severity arrived
•with Wednesday night, sending the
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TBIES-REPUBLICAK, MABSHALLTOWX, IOWA, is 1909, NOVEMBER
federal grand jury today on a. charge
of sending obscene literature thru the
United States mail."
SANFORD BODY ARRIVES.
Marsftalltown Boy Caught Like Rat in
Trap in Freight'Wreck.
'aught like a rat in a trap, anil
sent before his .Maker without warn
ing-, is in brief the story of -the death
Hen F. Sanford, the young: man from
this city, who was killed Sunday morn
ing at Castleton, X. D.
Mr. Sanford's body reached the city
early this morning. accompanied lay his
father, E. D. Sanford, of EIcLora, and
brother, Ralph Sanford. of this .city.
The particulars of the accident were
brought to the city by the father and
brother, who learned the details when
they reached ("axtleton.
Young- Sanford was braking on a
west-bound Great Northern time
freight. A heavy ,«nmv storm was in
progress when the train reached Cas
tleton. where some switching was nec
essary. The eaboose of tlifi -train was
being pushed by the engine, and the
.ht'onductor. Sanfurd. and the other
1 brakeiuan. were on the eaboose. San-
I lord entered ilie way car door to light
I his lantern, when, without warning, a
work train loomed up in the blinding
storm, just ahead of the way ear.
xvas
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li- .ly time for the conduo-
n!.. in the! tor and the other brakeman to jump
md save their lives. The men yelledjo
Sanford to jump, but the young man
lid not have time. The caboose was
crushed into kindling wood between
the two engines, and immediately
caught fire. Sanford was doubtless
killed instantly, and his body was ter
!ie maoi
burned.
and others intrested with in Benjamin 1-". Sanford was a native of
the federal prosecution will be
re-
this -city, and was born March 7. 18S1).
(His mother died nineteen years ago.
.. nd since that time the son has made
m)0
Witnesses from this eitv have been Kuth J-Vrnean. and his aunt. Mr?. A.
subpoenaed before the urand iurv to I ^trub. Aside liom his fathei, the
'young man is survived by two broth
pttsi.-ienrU vjalpii and Kav Sanford, of this
city, and two half sisters, ('.race and
ore the grand jury to!
give evidence, and it is
inored about the federal court at Des
-Moines that new indictments may be'
looked for. The action brought by ilie
mayor and
quash the presenL
.nuk'iinciiLs, t.loulttlc.^.s lias a bearing on
ihe oust*.
Won I ,LX*s Moines, ooneernins'
IHE PIVST-NI STILUS of :1K* EASE, SAYS:
"lit-'oau.se of tleniunvrs and petitions
-•j quash the indiclin.-nt on nllrge*]
mistakes niade in drawing* up tile
i:haryvs. was runn.ml ai -the federal
building today that the present in
dictment against o. I,. Ingledue, ina\or eentrf.
"i -Murs'nalltown, woiihi lie withdrawn. Boy'*
in this event a n- \v indietment would
ie drawn immediately and the trial
brought withou cl»iay. Ingleilue, wilh
-evi-ra] mhor Al-trslialliown "t'firials. is
held on a rliar^ of eunspiraey. with
::it*.-nt to
with his grandmother, Mrs-.
Nora, of Eldora.
The funeral will he held from the
Strub home ai 11 o'clock Friday morn-
ing. interment following in Itiverside.
GET IN LINE AT OUR
Underwear Counter for Bargains—Now
is the Time for Bargains.
Ladies' Ib-eced union suits ."0 cents
Hoy's heavy union suits .Ift cents.
Girl's ribbed heavy union suits r0
iiirt and drawers for ".0
-hir and dVawers $1.
wool shirt.- and drawer-
Men's
Men's
each.
Come in and gi
tile finality we .: re
i'.KXKl Mi
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.ash ion. books, writes: "Kor sewral years I.
Tr.e Ie« .Moiiitrs Capital of Wednes- was afllicted with kidney trouble and!
ty evening -ays of .Johnson's presence last winter 1 was suddenly stricken
tile city: -with a severe pain in my kidneys and
"William 1-:. Johnson, chief special was confined to my bod eight days nn-i
..2-eni of the deportment of interior, able U) set up without asistunt-e. My
™o
fu.-sv l-oot. and 'Smiling Bill, js in
tlirn the country as contained a tliick white sediment
anc
assisting 1 nited
lies .Moines. II
Stat -s District Attorney M. J.. Temple
tin.1 oi'osectition of ilie rnay^r and
polio5 officers of the city of Marshall
town. Iowa. They were indicted by the
•'edera! grand jury on a charge of inlet
:ering with tiie work of his deputy, E.
10. Van Wert.
"The men will have their trial before
Judge Mel'her-'on lh!s week, and a bit
ter light, is looked for.
"Mr. Johnson is a famous character
rom the Rocky mountains to the Faci
le coast, l-le makes his headiuartei-s
:n Salt J.ake city. I,, secured the title
of -J'ussy i-'oot' when lie policed tile
territory of iklahoma and New Mexico
•'or tile government. It was In-stowed
ipon him because of the stealthy man
ner in which he
and his ability to handle
-.hey were under arrest."
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OFFICIALS DOUBT REPORT.
Holding Company For Railroads Dis
credited at Minneapolis.
The Minneapolis Journal of Wednes
day evening says:
"The Minneapolis & St. l,oui.s general
"tfices luii./ received no advic-e..-:
rit'
the
formation in the east of a holding com
pany for the Haw!ey roads, reports of
.viiicli have flieen sent from X.-w York,
it is the report that the Chicago & Al
ton. Missouri, Kansas & Texas, Toledo,
St. J.ouis & Western, Chicago. Cincin
nati & Louisville. Minneapolis & St.
Louis and Iowa Central are to be taken
over by a holding company to be head
ed by Edwin Uawle.v and T. P. Shunts,
respectively chairman of the board and
president of the -Minneapolis & St.
Louis.
"Such a combination would give Min
neapolis more direct connection with
the south, as the H-.uvle.v rails would
then link Minneapolis and Galveston.
The legal hitch, if any, would develop
in the combining of the Chica & Al
ton and Missouri, Kansas & Texas,
which are parallel and competing over
a long stretch of country between St.
Louis-and Kansas City.
nts.
our prices and see
showinc.
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FILES INEBRIACY CHARGE.
Mrs. U. S. Kinsey Wants Husband
Sent to Knoxville.
IT. S. Kinsey was arrested by thej
jMilicf Wednesday for being drunk. He
was arraigned before Justice Millar-l
this morniffSjfbn: lie was released into,
he custody 'of his wife, who tiled ait
informntiofe*stUh Vnmiv Attorney
f-'germayer. charging ill' briacy. is
the intention to have Kinsey .arraigned 1
In-fore Judge Park'.-r fn1 soon a? the
passed same frequently day and
jjjju commenced taking Foley's
Kidney llemedy. and the pain gradual
ly ceased and my urine became normal.
I cheerfully recommend Foley's Kidney
Kemedy." ilcBride & Will Drug Com
pany.
In the Police Court.
Jack MeTanley and Frank Kinsey.
arrested for oeing drunk, were Ar
raigned bet ore Justice Peek Wednesday
evening and tins morning. Both were
sens to jail for four days.
Frank Jones and John Dean, arrest
ed by the police for being drtifik, were
arraigned before Justice Millard for
being drunk. Jones was lined and
tin- costs and Dean paid the costs,
it after highwavmen -Mrs. Jennie AVilson. who was recent
ihem after 'y released from jail, following her
indictment, was arrested last night by
the police for being drunk. She wa«
lined and the costs.
A Card.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money if
Foley's HOIK and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the cough,
heals the lungs and prevents serious re
suits from a- cold, prevents pneumonia
and consumption. Contains no opiates.
1 The genuine is in a yellow package.
Refuse substitutes. McUride it Will
Drug Company.
Referee Sale.
The. place known as John Dillon farm
in Jefferson township including til
south n. Vs. and the n. w. of tin
s. e. of section l.\ township SJ.
range IS. John Brennecke. referee.
Notice.
1 have this day given my son, Earl
Richeson, his time, and will not he re
sponsible for any debts he may con
tract. W. D. Richeson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rath, of Wa
terloo. are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. c. Blodgett.
Any Woman Can
Have Beautiful Hair
fFrom T'lv-nch^Beauty Monthly.]
"Xo woman should use water upon
or affect the location her hair oftener than once in two
months," says M. Fournier, the noted
French scientist. "Dry powder only!
should be used. Moisture causes ths
hair to '.one its color and in time be
tome thin."
"Any woman desiring abundant, lus
trons hair should use a dry shamprio I
(very two or three days. Mix four
thermometer down to 11 above zero, ounces of powdered orris root with four I
which was four degrees colder than ounces of therox. Sprinkle about a tab
the low mark of the night* before. The. iespoonful of this mixture upon the I
temperature at its 'highest Wednesday head then brush the. powder thor
night did not go above freezing, the I oughly thru the hair. This will keep it!
highest point registered iDeing 27. At light and fluffy, and beautifully lus-
7 o'clock this morning the temperature trous. You will soon see new hair
was la, compared with 16 for the same starting to grow. This treatment is the'i
hour Wednesday morning. only tiling that I am sure will produce
1 a growth of hair.
Mrs. W. H. Clenfents Indicted. "while plain orris root is used as a'
Wednesday evening's Des Moines dry shampoo by many women, still, no!
Capital says "Mrs. W. H. Clements, such results, can be ^Wained as b^ us
of Des Moines, was indicted by the ling the formula liave given.-'
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"Guarantee" is a fine, strong word often
misused.
When we use it here we mean everything!
the word implies, and that means your pro
tection.
When we sell you a suit or overcoat we not
only do all in our power to aid you in select
ing a garment that will be 100 per cent right
in every point of style, of wear, fit and tailor
ing—we do more, we take all the risk of your
dissatisfaction on ourselves, we leave ourselves
no loop-holes, we give our word with no
string attached.
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We say every garment you buy from us must
prove right in every vital-point, in every single
:|detail, and we are here to make good that
guarantee, in any way you like.
Back of our guarantee stands another, it's our
strength, our surety, the maker's guarantee that
their garments must satisfy you who wear them
Thatfs our faith—it's well founded faith—for it's
based on quality.
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We illustrate^ two good models, the Derby and
Warwick, there's plenty of style and snap to them
combined with gentlemanly good taste.
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