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TITn OMATIA I) A ITA JIVTa TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. ' COUNCIL BfllOA MKSTIOJ. rvi sella drugs. fitorkert elis carpets and rtiirs. Leffert, eyesight specialist. E Brosdwsy. The preliminary hearing of W. J. Maher. Alderman E. U- Lonree returned yester day from trip to Salisbury, Mo. Special offerings la rrtmed pictures. C E. Alexander & Co., 3SJ liroadwsy. F. C. IOURfS arrived home yesterday morning from a pleasure trip to Colorado points. Alderman C. W. MrDonaM returned yes terday from a. week's outing at Lake Okobojl. J. J. Purrell 1 home from Kansas City, hrt he spent his vacation with relatives and friends. Deputy City Marshal Peterson la eerl oualy 111 and considerable anxiety la felt (or his recovery. Mra. M. W. Pontius of First avenue la home from a month a visit with relative In Larnea, Kan.. Mr. and Mra. Robert Wallace left Jast veiling for Clear Lake, la., where they spend I ha remainder of the summer. Mra. J. I).' Tyler and daughter, Helen, ara noma from Minneapolis, where they hav been visitlna relatives and frienaa. Deputy Revenue Collector Knox hae re ceived his aupply of new tobacco etampa and the aula 01 (hem haa been rMURil. Carl Brttscb of Wedrlilt, la., arrived yes terday on a visit to hla daughter, Mra. J. C. baker, and family of IsorUi Seventh atreet. Dr. and Mra. If. A. Woodbury returned yesterday from Chlcsso, whera Mrs.- Wood bury haa been upending the summer with ; relatives. Mlns Etta Maxwell clerk In the office of ths clerk of the federal court, will leave this evening to spend ber vacation n Colorado. The annual business meeting of tha (ton gregatlon of the Klmt IJaptlst church and tha election of olllrers will be held this evening at the ehurrh. For sale My home at SIS South First street; a miwum six-room cottage, large lot and shade trees. Call at &Ji Broad way. C. R. Nicholson. Tha Woman's Horn and Foreign Mis sionary aoclety of fct John's .English Lutnern church will meet Wednesday veiling In the church parlors. A call haa been lsaued for a meeting of former and present member of tha i-ilgh school cadet corps to meet at the armory tonight at 7:30 o'clock. . Mrs. J. R. Casey of North PlatteJh'. who has been a patient at the Woman i Christian Association hospital, was able to return to her home yesterday. g ' The Scandinavian Luthern chtlrcn se cured a building permit yesterday for re 5alra and an addition to ita edifice at Xs'lnth atreet and Avenue A to cost 2,6u0. A marriage license was Issued yesterday i to Grant ttiroter, aged M and Hertle Travis, , aged 25, both of les Moines, la. Justice Carson performed the marriage ceremony. The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Jacobs of H20 West Broadway will be held thla ; afternoon at S o'clock from the German l,utberan church. Burial will be in Walnut -11111 cemetery, charged with the malicious destruction of two targe mirrors in the saloon of Ed Rogers on Broadway, was continued in ponce court yesterday morning until Bat- ' urday, August 16. , , . W. A. Hlirhemlth, formerlyl foreman In the Union Pacific railroad yarde here, and now conducting a grocery jetnre at Colum- l bua Junction, la., is In the city, called hare by the Illness of his molher. Ciiniua, ihe -yei'-tiiu eon vi mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillips of Crescent township, died 8unda. Tho funeral will be this morning at 10 o'clock irorn the family resi- 1 aence and burtal will be In the Lewis town- , elUp cemetery, . ., . . . Fred Pierce, charged with breaking Into i the premises of Dan Driscoll, foreman at ,the Cltlsens' Gas & Electric company's gas plant, had his preliminary hearing In. ?ollc court, yeeteruay morning and was eld to the grand Jury, his bond being . tlxsd at t-vO. I Dr. O. W. Chnpfnah died yesterday mora- 'Ing at hla home, lr,36 High atreet. aged A3 years. Hla wife, one daughter, Btella, and ione eon, Frank, survive him. The funeral will be held thla afternoon at i o'clock . from the residence and interment will be In Walnut Hill cemetery. Ralph, tha Infant son of Mr. and Mra. B. K Orovler, Ut eighth avenue, died yesterday morning. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tVMa morning from tha family residence and Lurlal will be In Fair cemetery. Rev. f&. W. Erickson of the Flub Avenue Methodist church will conduct the services. . omcials of the Illinois Central railroad companled . to the authorities yesterday that a gang of boys had played havoc with a carload of watermelons Sunday night. Tha melons were In a stock car and the boye reached through the slats In the Bides of the car anj cut out large slices of all tho melons within their reach. Frank Whitaell. I. Robinson and A. An dereon, the men .charged with kidnaping George Neiman and John Fisher, news, -boye, took a change of venue yesterday morning from the police court to the court ,of Justice Bryant, where they will be arraigned thla morning anj the time eet for their preliminary bearing. They were transferred from the city Jail to that of -the county. Henry Kllngel, brother of Ernest Klln- fel, SVJ7 WeMt Broadway, died yesterday rom typhoid fever in the ellv hospital at fit. Louis. The body ta expected to arrive here this morning, when arrangements for the funeral will be piade. Deceased was Si yiars of age and had recently graduated from the Caiitral Western college at War rontown. Mo., where he had been studying 'tor the miUstery of the German Methodiat church. Pucka Domes tlo soap 1 best for lasudj-y. Pack's DeBissilo soap-ta beat, ' N T. Plumbing Co taiaoaooe tti. DavU'Stlla glass,- ' Gravel rooBng, A. H. itsad. HI Broadway. Vse any aoap aa Itr-t'tok'a aoap. Cenulno Oartor'c Littlo Liver Pills. Uwat gar 6!natur f fao-&i units Wrapper Bolew. Try aauUt a as Maf V) take aa aasav CARTERS r:a tmixtrx. FC8TC?.fJ3UVtS. fcsc:::TirAT!:a. remits ! 1 C.L'.iS ttCK hEASAXHS Lilly. G CUTLlin I'Ukeual Dim:eTGi: (Successor to W. Q F.tp t f-fe-AUL. HULLI. 't'k.M T. - -1 vf 7 II Is BLUFFS. REUNION PLANS HATCRINC Committs IxpecU . U Harg IV-rim Beat! to Anonnpe Coon. DETAILS OF SHAM BATTLE COMPLETE Several Cities ta Be 3m Cw fo Laeatisw of Keat T ear's Haaalam sat Will Kav Pelea;a. tloaa rreeat. Not only will Oovrr Cutnmlna of Iowa and bit staff be present at the reunion of tha National Society of th Army of tho rhllHplne In Cowticll Bluffs next week, but official announcement was mad yesterday that Governor Savage of Nebraska, accom panied by his complete staff, -nit also be In attendance. Tha two governors and their ataffs will take part In tha grand military parade on the morning of Thursday, the second day rf tha rewntnn, and will alas attend the sham tattle at Lake Manawa In tha evening of the same flay. Thla an nouncement was. made at the meeting of the cltisens' executive committee yester day morning. ' ' Plans for tba sham bat are being rap idly completed and tfals feature of the reunion promises to be one of the greatest military spectacles aver offered to -the peo ple of the city and TltlBlty. Major Crit tenden, who baa been assigned, by Genera! Bates to assist the local committees In the preparations and carrying out of the sham battle will bring from Fort Crook, his bat talion of the Twenty-Second United States Infantry. Tha men will b In heavy anareh Ing order and provided each wUa 100 rounds of blank ammunition. Several salute guna will also ba brought from Fort Crook with tha men seeded to tiasdle them. The committee haa also arranged to bring a salute gun from Oskalooaa. Cclee pre" vious arrangements Interfere, .It la hoped that the Twenty-Second Infantry baod from Fort Crook can bo secured for the parade and sham battle. Lumber to be used In the construction of tha pontoon bridge at Lake Manawa and for tha nlpa huta comprising the Philippine village, which will be otormed and blown up, waa arranged for yesterday by the om mlttee and active work at tha like will bo' begun today. ' ham Battl la Free. In 'order that the piibllo might have no misapprehension about the matter the ex ecutive committee wishes ff 'distinctly un derstood that the battle and Itffact all the features planned for the .reunion "will be entirely free to tha public' ' ' ' In' addition to tho regular from Fort Crook, the companies of the Tt fty-Flrat regiment, Iowa National Guard.' f rim Coun cil THuffa, P4 1lr, nlM4 Mm.. doah, tha Council Bluffa .H1glp School Cadets, the Millard Rlflea of Omaha and tha cavalry troop from South Omaha will par ticipate In the aham battle. -The Omaha Guard and tha Thurston Rifle will In ad dition to tba above named companies take part in the grand military parade. The executive committee la now trying to se cure the attendance hero of tha famous Oat ling gun section of tha Omaha Guards, re alising that it would prove a drawing and interesting feature. i . -. .'- i Tho executive committee expect ' to he able to announce today tho full and tn pleta program in detail tor the three day of tha reunion. Dr. Don Macrae was ab sent from tba city yesterday and this de layed tho announcement of tho complete program. Congressman Walter L Smith acceded to the request of the executive committee and will act aa chairman of a .reception com mittee to b named by himself which wH. receive and look after the special enter tainment during their stay In th city of tha vtsltlBj generals and other distin guished guests. The visiting general and other distinguished guest; will? be enter tained at, the Grand botet, nrhero head quarters of tha aoclety will e established during tho reunion. Tha handsome club house of the Elks will also bo placed at the disposal of the visitors. The reunion buttons ordered by the ex ecutive committee arrived yesterday and hundreds of them are to be seen on the streets already. Tha deaiga I a handsome and attractive one. In tho center la the bsdg of tha Eighth Army corps, red, white, blue and gold- Circling tho button at the top I a draped United State Sag on a gold background. Around tba Eighth Army corps badge are the words, "National So ciety. Army of the Ph'tlpplnee, Third An nual Reunion. August. IS. 14 and 15, 1902, Council Bluffs, la." Tb committee haa t.OOB of thes button for disposal. Advlcae received by Secretary Knox of the Iowa Eoctety, Army .of tb Philippines, Indicate that several outers cities will bid for next year' reunion of tha national ao clety and will send large delegations' here with that end la view. riuxcblex eed hea'eg. Eixby h. So. Faaeral mt Graham G, Jfash. The funeral of Graham G. Nash, who died Sunday at the borne of hia daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Oden in Lawia township, waa held yesterday afternoon from Cutler' under taking room under tha ausploea of Abe Lincoln post. Grand Afmy of the RepubHe. Deceased served during the civil war aa a roembr of company K, First Colorado vol unteer rivalry. The services were con ducted by Rev. .Henry DtLong and these acted aa pallbearers: George v. Miles, commander of Abe Lincoln post; Joha.M. Hardin, commander Of the local encamp mr.t I'Kiaa Veteran Leclon: Lieutenant John 11111 and John Hutchlna. Interment In Fairvlew cemetery. Davl sell painta. . . Appeal from Awara of D-es. M p TVndia Bled In the district court yesterday an appeal from the sheriff Jury's award IB toe eonaemiuiiom )rucuiutt brought by the Mason City Fort Dodge Railroad compapy for lta right ' of way through the Dodge county home near Wood, bury avenue. Mr. Dodge waa awarded M.009 to one easa and tU la another. Charles R. Hanoan aa 6 reoeiver for th Klinball-Cbamp Investment company haa also appealed to tha district eourt from the aheTiff Jury' award in similar con demnation proceeding In which tba award waa fiift. Mlsfortaae Parsaea I'armale. Walter Parmalaa la a victim of misfortune. according te hla atory. told the county attorney yestrdy morning, while filing a complaint against on Isaac Clarke tor th alleged theft of his wagon and camping outfit,. ' . parmalee la trying ' to" reach Missouri. ,Ke started overland from Minnesota about a month ago with his ftmlly in a wsgou. On reaching 8loux City one of his horsa fell sick and died. With a portion of the little money he bad left I'armale pur rhuatrl a cheap pony to take tie tlace of the dead horse and intwl a hla way again. . At Calhoun a tUUt stole his good horse, leaving htm only th pony, which wga nnabie to haul the wagon alone. A cover beaded tewarda Council Bluffa ex tended hla aympathy and drew the outfit to thla city and Pa rm tiles and family went lata camp er -the bridge of tho Ttrtnlna) company. The bavy rain almoat waited all their TsrtbJy poee-Kolons Into tb river and last Friday they succeeded In renting a email shanty la the north part of tho city. On Eunday tho family was overtaken by another and a creator misfortune. When th head of tb house awoke b discovered that hi wagsa and all of hi eamptne; outfit except ouch a bad bees tabes into the abanty, bad been stelea during the preced ing sight. Parmalee upected a maa named laaa Clarke and filed an informatloa against him. It I said that Clark ta bow 1a Ne braska on hi way farther west. ORDER PAYINQ0N EAST PIERCE oana-ef Property Owaera Pretest, awt C-aell Or ere tb "Wark. After spending mors tha a two hour listening to arguments by attorney rep resenting property owners, for sad agalnat tha proposition, tho city council last night adopted a resolution providing for th pav ing of East Fierce street from Oak street to North avenue with vitrified brick on a concrete base. Attorney Spencer Smith appeared on be half of property owners. Including tho Keeline estate, with a frontage of 1.SS3 feet oa tha atreet, who protested against the Improvement. Hi chief argument against the paving being ordered was that a largo portion of tho property1 la which he was Interested was held solely a agricultural land and was sot of such a character as would be benefited by the Improvement anywher sear la proportion to the expense. He also questioned th right of the council to Order th Improvement, a it was doubt ful wbther tho atreet bad ever been dedi cated a such to tho -tty er whether It till formed part of th old county thorougbfaro knows aa tha etate stag road. Attorney Tin ley, whs appeared for tha property owner anxious for th Improve meat, called attention to the deplorable condition of the atreet, which he said waa a much-traveled thoroughfare. He claimed that a majority of the abutting property waer favored the paving and Insisted that th Keeline and pther property of a like nature would be equally benefited by tho Improvement with that which had been divided Into lota. He called attention to th fact that while th Keeline and Hagg properties escaped payment of city taxes oa tho grouads that it waa held solely for agricultural purpose, they derived all the benefit a from the city government. They had. ho enumerated, the advantagea of city water, gas, sewerage, alectrU light on th street la front of their holdings and motor car within 150 feet of their front door. Alderman McDonald took th atand that while the city council should defer aa far aa possible to the wishes of interested prop erty owaera. th right of th general ptsb Ho should alao bo .taken Into account. Th treet. he maintained was a thoroughfare much traveled by the general publlo and waa sna of the mala highway Into tha city. la hi opinion, he aald, that even If th court should decide that th city would have to bear a large percentage of th cost of th improvement it could well afford to aa la a few year the expense of keeping the atreet la repair would fcm'oubt to th cost of th paving. ' Th resolution ordering tha curbing and paving of the atreet were adopted unani mously. At the 'suggestion of City En gineer Etnyr It was decided te extend th ewer, gas and water main to North ava aue before the paving would b laid. Superintendent Tarklngtoa of the motor company presented two plan to tha coun cil for the rounding and shortening of the sidewalk at tho corner of Pierce and Oak itreet, which would afford the motor com pany better facilities for making the turn into Broadway at thla point. Mr. Parah Blackburn, owner of the property at the northwest corner of Pierce treet, filed a protect agalnat the motor company being permitted to place Ita tracks any closer to the curb line and in view of the protest the council deferred action in the matter. The ordinance giving the Chicago, Burling, ton ft Qulocy Railway company the right U maintain two main track en Eleventh avenue from Mala atreet to the Transfer depot ground, which had been ' redrafted by City Solicitor Snyder, was introduced, and paascd. Reavt Estat Transfers. Toes transfer were filed yesterday la th abstract, title and loan offles of J. W. Squire, 101 Pearl atreet: George W; Brett and wife to William Arnrt. undivided at of lot t. block 21. Erysnt ft Clark's add. q. c f ( C. G. Baundera, trustee, and wife to flmith Refininr Co., lota 4. 6 and C block 28, Riduie's sub., w. d X Ellen B. Archlooid and wlfa to Theo- . dore N. Peterson, lot 4. block 11, Crawford' add.. Council Bluff a, w. d , tOO 3. W. Squire and wife to Guy Hey wood. a1, 4-7-42, w. 4 1,0:0 Roa Skelton and hunband to Lula V.. Doty, lot , Howe & Damon's suh., w. d , 100 Enoch Joy to J. L. Onlay, let !, bln-k VI. Riddle's sub., q. c. I C. D. Dillon and wife ta lime, seme, j- C 1:0 C J. DHloa and wife to S. F, Green, lot I, Kiddle'a sub., Q. e K0 MagKle MrOlnty and husband to Wil liam Feltin, lots 4 and I. block 4, Judson First add., Keoia, w. d.. 1,000 Total, nine transfer..., tl.&U FJSHER KILLED BY EXPLOSION Are) McDonald preys Dyaaaalt ta Mi4keta Rives' as M4a Iaataat Death.. . M CLINTON, la., Aug. 4. (Special Tele gram. ) tm tlio last sight Arb McDon ald of Maquoketa waa instantly killed by a dynamite axplciloa In th Maquoketa river. According to the report Arb McDonald, Jobs Ralston and Teter McCahe were fish ing In the river. McDonald dropped a stick of dynamite into tha water for the purpose of rendering the fish unconscious. lit waa directly over the dynamite when it exploded and be vea Instantly killed. The other man escaped without injury. T Abolish assay Faaerala. WATERLOO, la.. Aug. 4. (Special.) Tha undorUkers. minister and liverymen of thla city have combined their effort to abolish th Sunday funeral. They say It roUs tbm of money and rest and they pro poso to rula It out of existence. The dead will have to be burled aad It they stand together their friend will hav to tat tho funerala for weak days. So far they hav uccesded la diminishing tho number of Sunday funerals two-third of their former proportions. Save av l-We as4 Tfcea Drowse. f MASON CITT. la.. Ang. 4. (Special.) Chariea Kepley, living on th abore of Clear lake, waa drowned yesterday. Hi net,hsw fell overboard and Kepley reeeuea ' hi to. After the boy had been aafeiy de posited In tha boat Kepley euddsely sank to the bottom, a vtetlot of heart disease. . the body waa recovered. Hla wife to ta a I critical coadllton, prostrated by tha shock. FIX TELEPIiONE VALUATION Onlj Chi Company ia th Etate Which Run Up Over a Million. GOVERNOR KELPS RAILROADS GUESS1NQ ever Ical Storms latarday light Do Msek Dssisft to Cross ta Varies ee'tloas of lowav (From s Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, Aug. 4.(peclat.)- The secretary of th executive council and the Clerks in the stato auditor office are en gaged la sending out the certificates of saessment to. county auditor, notifying them of the valuation placed en the tele graph, express, telephone and railroad line f tho state. The most of the clerical work had been performed before tb council had finished It work, ao that tho certificates could be sent out promptly. Tha work ia connection with the telephone and tele graph aasessments is perhaps the most diffi cult of all. There arc over 700 of the tele phone companies, mostly toll lines, and th certificate ara figured nut by assessment districts. Tb gross amount of tb tele phone and telegraph actual valuations In th state waa over 16,600,000, Of this th larger portion waa on (he Western Union Tele graph company, JrS2S,300, and tho Toatal waa valued at $237,165. Tb only company operating a telephone system valued at over $1,000,000 waa tb Iowa Telephone company. operating In De Molnea, Davenport and many other cities. Th following ia th valuation of all th telephone line of tho atata over (15,000 as fixed by th council, th taxtbl value for assessment purposes being one-fourth of this: Iowa Telephone Co., Davenport ,.1,01),4 cedar valley Telephone co Mutual Telephone Co., Dea Moinee Dubuque Telephone Co Greene ft Weatera Telephone Co., Msaon City Western Electric Telephone Co ' Missouri Valley Telephone Co...... Cedar Rapids 4r Marlon American Telegraph and Telephone Co Boone county Fort Dodge Hawkeye, of Belle Plalne Nebraska Telephone Co. Ottumwa Vinton and Renton New Bute Telephone and Telegraph Co Hawkeye, of Perry i. City Telephone Co.. Tabor Interstate Telephone Co., Dubuque Johnson county Marshall Telephone Co . Oskalooaa home ...................... Nevada Mutual Sumner Telephone Ct Northern Iowa Northern, of Fonda ............. E. H. Martin Telephone Co Maquoketa Linn county Creston Mutual Interstate, of Grinnell Jasper county Knoxvllle Electrio Co. Central, of Rockwell City Miiffson Bros. Telephone Co Jefferson county TJnavtlUi W,5 87.2W) 70,000 M.000 S1J40 47.4IW 44.00 44.1M) 40.990 63.137 s,0uo tM.OflO M 6 ai.ooj J7.240 24.&0 81, W n.fo 20.000 80.176 Il.OiO 12.4"0 2.4uO 21.7M 24.0oO J4,fr 21.045 19.'0 18.226 16,440 lb. K.StO ls.509 1M7S Seymour ... .......... Southern Iowa TflCity ...... ... ..... ............. Wroig Procedure Koted. Tha state superintendent, on appeal, ha decided that In the case of an attempt to form aa Independent achool dlatrlct at th town of Eomera In Calhoun county, th hoard failed to follow th letter of th law In that th board sought to annex ter ritory without ths consent ot the resident thereof. He order a new petitloa and that new proceeding bo had.. , ' ' Attempted" Os4rsg. i , While passing by hla homo,. S33S Third street, Saturday night. Leila Jones. S308 Third atreet, charges, that Ed Harned ac costed her on the street, seized her aroind tha walat and bore her struggling Into tb house. Here, the aaya, he tried to compel her to take a drink of liquor with him and later attempted to .assault her. . She re sisted and finally succeeded In tearing her ae!t from hi embraces and making ber es cape. She aays, however, that ahe left her pockethook In the bouse, containing IJ.40. Mlss'Joae filed Information against Har ned tbla morning. . Miss Jone 1 a comely looking girl, 30 year of age. Her" father accompanied ber to tho police station to swear out th in formation thla morning. Haraed 1 already In tall. He wa arrested Saturday sight for intoxication and Judge S II vara sentenced him to thirty day for that offense la police court Harned pleaded not guilty and will t given a hearing Jater. ' , Caaasala aad ths Rsek Islaad. Governor Curamini Is very busy with mat ter which had been neglected since he en tered upon th work of making th rail road assessments. He haa don nothing more than ths preliminary work la regard to lovajtlgatlng the Rock Island stock schemes, but haa received many letter of congratula tion and many other of Inquiry aa to th ease. That hi action ha stirred up th railroad people la certain, for they are very active la keeping watch on th governor. Thwfact that the governor haa long been familiar with railroad methods and I an excellent corporation lawyer make It car tain be will proceed practically all alone la hi Investlgationa. It Is understood that or ganlzers of tho new Rock Island company In Dee Motor will rt!y largely oa th fact that they paid th state I1S5.009 for. the privilege of. befog organized aa aa Iowa company and plead that the stats cannot bow question the irregularity of this ac tion. Heavy Koreas la Ivvau Reports from all part of th Hate today Indicate that oa Sunday afternoon and night there were many heavy storms and while they were generally local la nature a great deal of damage wa done. A se ver hailstorm visited the eastern part of this county. In thla city there wa some da mac a by lightning, on houi being struck, but th family wa saved by th fact that the bolt went down a aoltd chim ney to the ground. Hall and lightning damage was reported north and east of the city and there waa the most vivid lightning displayed here and elsewhere. Much datu- Brainy Hair Under your loose, thin, falling hair is a brain. Use it. The result? You will use Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checks falling hair, restore color to gray hair, and makes the hair grow. No need of having rough and unruly hair. "At tha ag of 20 mv hair turned rriy and coca grew almost a bite. After I had beta To this tmbarrasim condition for fifteen years, 1 use! Aycr' Hair Vigor, and three bottle of It brought t ick ta old color," M. A. Knight, UiJwin, MonL 11 H. AllsratiUas. J. C. AMJ CO., Lil. I p!. xp-'v-:'g::::: i n HI hfi 22 222 ' te Whetxt-MaJt ff .... "j8pjffi vJj - Jsztf I Cereal f jT"-"" - -"0M'C -1: t - f . -' ! All children Ilk . ItfCiT. : T j "1 it I thrive on It- 'O i f 'ft. H .Trow sturdy. l53 healthy hppy yQ ?yf f j U j i. 4T1 1 , ag was done to fruit and aom to ths growing corn. . Kalahts of rytklasl Lods Date. V. A chang ha been made in th dat at ths grand Jodgs, KalgbU sf Pythias, of Iowa, to ha held la Pea Moines.' It will b aald October I aad instead of this month. Ths dat first fixed conflicted with that of th supreme lodge moating in San Francisco. Tha lodge empowered th grand chancellor to chang th dat under auch circumstances aad thl ha been don. Vera let Will B Swletde. t There I bo doubt that the verdict in tb Inquest over th remain of tba late A. M. Potter of Waverly, I., will be suldd. Th Inquest 1 not yet concluded and prob ably will not bo for some time. Frank Scott sf Maseattn, who waa with Fottar, wa allowed te go hots today as It had become evident he wa sot la any way the cause cf tba death of Potter, bat he could not throw mueb light oa tb case. Tb only mystery about it now 1 what became of tho money Potter had with aim tho day he died. laereas ta Wicm. Information haa been received her to th effect that th employes of tb Bar- llsgtoa are to receive a substantial in- crsass in wage very soon. The wage com mittee of the trainmen held a meeting her recently and laid plan tor securing aa Increase for the brakemea, engineers, fire men and conductors. Thla commutes baa had a conference with high officials la Chi cago and today th commute gave notice hero that th increase baa been gran ted. IOWA BAPTISTS IN SESSION Assail Meeting af Stat Sahaatk School Opes with Lara At. teadaaes at Iowa Falls. IOWA FAIX8, I., Aug. (8pec!al.) Ths annual meeting ot the Iowa State Bap tist Sunday School assembly opened In this city Saturday night with a large attend ancs aad the ladicatlona of th most sue eeaeful meeting la tb history of tb so ciety. The big day arranged for th session which continues until August 15, are Oor rner'a day tomorrow, when Oovernor A. B. Cummin will speak; Educational day oa August , when th County normal will attend la a body and prominent educator will be heard, Sunday School day oa August 11. whea every achool In tha county will be represented and Sunday school worker will appsar oa th program; Wo man' day oa August IS, aa in past year will be on of the big day of th meeting and aa unusually attractive program this year Insures a big attendance., There are mora campers oa tha grounds this year thaa ver before and with the talent oa the platform a successful meet ing la every respect la Insured. HOLDUP IN SIOUX CITY Darlsar Robbery at ths Catraaeo Saloea la Broatf Dayllaat. 8I0CX CITT, la, Aug. (Special Tele gram.) A daring saloon holdup wa perpe trated here. Joe Tucker, a packing bouse employe, waa coming out of tha saloon owned by N. tt. Teterseo, oa Chambers street, whea someon grabbed a pockethook out of hi hand containing 140 and bolted. Nela Peterson, a son ot the proprietor, knows ta the polk as "Minnesota Slim." hss been arrested. Petersen wa under suspicion last fall la connection with th shooting of Frank Mathews, but was dlamlssed. heaaadsah IHvlae Takes Leave. SHENANDOAH. Ia., Aug- 4 (Special.) Yesterday In the Baptist church here Rev. J. T. Aitchlsoa preached his farewell ser mon and thla evening be and his wife leav for a month' outing among th northern lakes, after which tbey will go to GUt- burg. 111., to whlrS place he waa called about two month ago. Mr. and Mr. Alt- a ii ii i iir Mm SIUVER GL.OSS OSWEGO For ! by ell A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO bnAVb IS THE PROPER THING chtaon have don a grand work her and Icav hundreds of friend who will wish them Godspeed In their new fields ot labor. . Aaaaalte an Old AVsmaa. NEW HARTFORD. Ia.. Aur 4 fSnerlnl Telegram.) Bert Brannoek waa irmi.4 here yesterday charged with a criminal as sault on Mis Edna Peck, a woman 65 year old. He. effected aa entrance to her room at t o'clock in the morning tnrough a window. She fought him and after he had gone gave ths alarm. The victim lived alone and thia la th aecond time ber as sailant has attempted to enter her bouae at night. She haa Buffered a terrlhla nervous shock, from which she may not re cover. Braonoek will be taken to Waverly tonight for saf keeping. Woman Wild Separation. ' ... '... ON AW A, Ia., Aug. 4. (Special Telegram.) "Jennie Hawley, plaintiff, against C. C. Hawley." la th title of a petition for di vorce filed in the Monona county district eourt today, in which the defendant Is charged with cruel and Inhuman treatment and drunkenness. The plaintiff aaka for the cuatody of the minor child and that ahe be declared the absolute owner ot lota 13. 14 and 15, In block :, Mapleton. The parties are well known people of Mapleton, Ia., where they hav kept a hotel for many years, Veteraas t Meet at I'nlon. IOWA FALLS, la.. Aug. 4. (Special.) Tb annunal encampment of the Hardin County Veteran' aaaociatloa will be held at t'nlon on August H and IS. Colonel J. W. Lawrence of Minneapolis, former resi dent of Union, wilt deliver th address o( welcome, tb principal address being made by Rev. Jease Cole, tha chaplain of ths low Soldiers' borne at Marshalltown. MY FEVER and Asthma Stay at home, work, eat, sleep and stand exposure without suffering. Reference all over th world. CI, 000 patients. Examination free by mail. Our constitutional treat ment is a lasting CURE, not Just "re!ie(." It is vitally differ ent in principle end effect from all mokes, sprays and specifics. 3t radicates th constitutional cause of Hay Fever and Asthma. Write at one for the valaable new Book Ho. 75 FREE. P. lUkot.n Havh. Buffalo, N.Y. M MuHif S ww tmt mmt ' B fim m4 Mm SAPOLSO for tha' Laundry ' ' -(IvK' iinlveraal f satisfaction. CORN Purest and Best- Pwddtnrs, Cu tares, Blanc Aiaoga, bis. . . . first-olaaa croc. WITH. 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Urf, aHatea, k-S ra.st. ox rta f start tK k4r Ith traaa aana s titnm h-mt. Cawa lavaaMtuH. ti g 1 0 wo I law , tnu. ti Wtai 4 ahLI fsaiaa Ib 'H 4 laana. ' K Il4 It . imh mgt Ska 4 aa i bl tJfi- ' ssja. ,r.-., Ji r.cVas)aW DLOOD POICOTJ la Ui wurst i.t. on itn. eL tn easle.t to cure WHKN' OU H.NOW WHAT T'J IlO. Many have pluipUa, ati on tha skin, sores In the mourn ulcers, falling hair, hone I ln, catarrh; don't know It is HlOH PuiaON. benl to th. bMO'-VN, Arch bl., I'hilHdwiphta. ta- for DKOWN'S DUwB CUhel. i.uO m hott!e; lasts orn. mouth. teuld only by ttherman 6s Mci.onneit i-Tug Co., Uia ai.4 l)o(:g His., tirnalia. Prnu'n't P9"?it'oe f u'O Mea in few days UlUnil a tjt wiu.c tirix x,.,rW. Aih and -; UodgeStreeta. . i SMtM Ormi 'a. I. . II, V-K 1 " . U.S4. , I . ,1K. ' "".J fCDRUniCARDS SHtTa DOVi tut"' 'ii w dcatioy ci.e. li.s fur .trur.if a riuj ill siui ftr tUi.-ti wmnot k.i fi-r b.iHS rrmrilv. oUfs la nr liuui wan ur v1Umi kawrM( ot pioak( ku,.cfti tit a.tKxi a M'aaacll lru Co.. 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