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TT1E OMAHA DAILT BEE: TIIUI.SDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1004.
It r v 1 NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA COUNCIL MISOH ItEXTIO. Da via drug-. Ilfert'B ; At. Biocxert sells rarpets. Open Sunday. Tucker' B way studio. Swell photos nt shrunk prlws. . Williams. W.-itrn lows, college, fall term now opsn. Special attention Riven--to pimtrf for wedding c'fts. Alexander. S33 Wroadway. Tlie city rtmncll will meet In adjourned regular .session this sfttfnoon to- ,ass on recently completed paving. J. C Hlxby 4 Bon luive been awarded ,e contract for heating the Farmers and ciisnts National bank and office build Jng at Fremont. Neb. C. Sorenson was iasned a building permit yesterday for a. 1.5W two-story fmnw col tnge on Sixth avenue, .between i,ighteenin nnd Nineteenth atrsecs. Miss Frances Wright of this city has gone to Dubuque to aecept a position of super visor musfe in the city schools there. Miss Wright Was formerly a teacher III the public schools of Council Blurt. .A. V. Van Horn was last night elected representative , from Pottawattamie tribe No. 21, Improved Order of Red Men, to the head tribe meeting to. be held In De Moi.iea October 16 to 18. .. W. Eyestone, for many years con nected with a real estate firm In this city, is on a visit here from Alberta, B. N. v ., where lie has bean located for the last two years. Ho states that seventy-flve Iowa families hnv settled In his vicinity. John Taylor, an Old soldier living at Thir teenth street 'and Broadway, was com mitted to 8t. Bernard's hospital yesterday by the commissioners on Insanity. Taylor, who is 68 years of age, recently suffered a second stroke of apoplexy which somewhat affected his brain. . Matter In District Coort. Miss Alloe- Fryer was yesterday ap pointed clerk of th district grand Jury by Judge Macy aid . tier 'compensation fixed at 14 per day. . Under the new law all evidence before the grand jury has to be taken down In shorthand by a stenographer appointed by the Judge of the district court. Heretofore It was the custom ot the county attorney to Appoint a clerk. .The divorce mill commenced to grind In district, court , yesterday and five mls mattd coup's had .the' matrimonial knot eevbred by hie process of law. Attorney. J. Q.. Bardsley of Neola was granted a divorce from Bstella C. Bards ley, to whom he, was married March It, 1902, and Who left tflrt. six weeks later. Mrs. Bardsley was the widow of the plaintiff's deceased 'brother -when he married -her. Br the decree' of court she IS barred from claiming any interest In the real estate owned by Bardsley in Neola. Mrs. Jennie Mowery was given a divorce from Garrett A. Mowery and the custody of their minor thlldren, together with $200 alimony and S a week for the support of the children,.- - ; ' "i 1 Othetf $lVarccj granted weret H. J. Lan don from Kate Landon, R. E. Runyon front Etta Runyon, Daley M. Forbes from Claude O. Fdrbesj. ,"' ' . On the application of Newton Oallup, H. W, Binder of this city was appointed .per manent guardian of Herbert B. Wing, ad Judged Insane. ' Mrs. Fannie Bexton was appointed guardian of her husband, John Sexton,, recently adjudged Insane and com mitted to Clarinda. Her bond waa fixed at .ts.-floo. ' The' suits brought by Bounders & Stuart tnd Harl t Tlnley against F. M. Cunning ham, the former ferret of Pottawattamie county te recover attorney .fees were stricken from the docket at plaintiffs'' cost. In the saloon Injunction case brought by, County Attorney. Kllipack against Mar tirt Jensen aiid H. A. ltaren, the action wa dismissed as 'against'' Lsrsen 'and an Injunction JaaueJ against Jensen, ... 'The peronal Injury damage suits of Otto Pryer against- the' motor company-and Nels' Johnson against J. W. Mlnnlak & Bon were settled "out of court and dis missed. '.' i The personal Injury damage suit of Mar ce'.lus Bpaur -against the Hllnol . Central railroad was ordered transferred to the United States court onmotion of the de fendant company; . . ' ' Vaa goat Speak la City. R,. H. Bpence of.Mt, Ayr, chairman of the republican state central committee and I J. McNeeley of Dubuque, manager of the state republican speakers' bureau, were In the city yesterday and during the after noon held a conference with a number of the leading members of the- party and the county preoinet chairman In' the office of Chairman Wright, plana for the campaign were discussed and outlined. Mr. Bpence promised to secure; If pos sible, Governor Van v Bant . of Minnesota for a speech In Counoll Bluff some time early in October. '. The state committee expects to secure Senator Fo raker of Ohio for a meeting at Atlantic, Cass county, during the latter part of September. " " The demand throughout the state' for speakers, Mr. ' Bpence' said, showed that much Interest was being taken In the pres ent campaign. He estimated that the re publicans 'of Iowa would roll up 125,000 plurality this fall for the bead of ,th na tional ticket. ( Plumbing and -heating. Snxhy ft Boa, ; . . r Heal Estate Traaerers. These transfers were reported September T to The Bee by the Title Guaranty Trust company of Council Bluffs: Carrie E. Nugent and husband to 'J. !.' Mansperger, lot 4, block 1, Street's addition, w. d. J I 700 Franoes B. Bears and husband to Carrie K.' Nugelt, lot 4, block 1, Btreet'e addition w. d 700 B. J. Thompson -to Nels Nelson, lots ' C and 7. -blodt-1 Railroad addition, , w. d i. 80 James Madden. Jr., to James Madden, sr., lot 4, block 6, McMahon, Cooper as jerrnea aojiuon. q. c. a. i C I). Uutterfleld and wife to 8. C. Rees, parts of nw section 14, neVt ' seH, eH swti. ee' nw Section li. and nw14 neti. ti-7-44, w. 4., U.SQ0 Ftve transfers, total ' -IU.S31 ,U. T. Piuroblng Cn. TeL.ao.. Might. IW Marrlace Licenses, Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday ta. the follewlnrr Name and residence. ' " Age. F. R. Hoagland. Bprlngfleld, III. 'V. ....',. GraceBeebe, Council Bluffa U K.'M. Ventls. Tabor, la.' fl x Steuben Nugent, Couucll Bluffs 2s f tephen Nugont.' Council Bluffs . 2S da Bweetroau, Ceimcll Bluffs. 10 WESTERN IOWA ' COLLEGE Fall term t now open. . Classes are forming. Students are enrolling every week day. Places for young wen and women to work, ttar toard. Write for catalogue and Collage Journal. , . . Call ar phone tor lafcrmatlon. Offlcee open evenings. ' - . .. ' E. P. IIXEn, rrwaleUaif. BtaeMle araaale.- 'rkeae Ceaaell lasTa la. LEWIS CUTL12R MORTICIAN. -ttpaavtsy CvuaoU bluffa 'raoae H. BLUFFS TAX LEVY IS DECREASED County A'kl Ona and a Quarter Less Mills Ttian it Did Lut Tear. DECREASE IN CITY TRIFLE MORE THAN THAT grhools Aloae Beaalre ss'Iseresie- JndR-ea - and Clerks. Aapolated tnt the General Electloa ' la November. The Board of County Supervisors fixed the tax levy for lot yesterday at 13U mills, which is 14 mills loss than last year, the state and county levy for 13 being 16V4 mills. Thin reduction Is accomplished by decreasing the levies for the poor, state Insane and soldiers relief funds. The levies for 19o3 end that for 1904 fixed by the board yesterday follow; 11 Mills. . a. ,. .2 ,. .1 . .1 .. 4. .. 1. . 3. . 1. . 1. .. 1. . 1. :: :5. 19C4. Mills. . .i .1 . .1 4. ,: i. i. State fund State university State agricultural college , Butte normal school Coilnty general Poor Bridge Road Tempoi-ary school , County Insane : State insane Soldiers' relief Bond and Interest i. Totals 16V 15 This will make the total tax levy for 1901 In the city of Council Bluffs 88 mills on the dollar, as against 89 mljls last year. The tax levy In the city la made up aa follows: 1903 19 State and cotfnty 164 ifjii City J7'4 (Ui2 Park t.-.n 2i 2Vj School ,.; S31, 3634 Totals 89K 88 The board fixed the salary of O. h. Bar rltt, the new superintendent ut the county poor farm, at $75 a month, with board for himself, wife and one child. John Knox, the former superintendent, received tbOO per annum and board for himself, wife and six children. . , The Judges and clerks for the general election in November were appointed. Belknap Precinct Judges: H. . H. Rob erts, i. C. Flckel, rep.; J. O. Bates, din. Clerks: F.-A. Naen, rep.J C. A. Bampie, deni. Boomer Judges: P. T. Chrlstlanson, John Bolliger, rep.i A. B. Smith, dem. Clerks: George tt. Oerrlngtoit, rep.: o. B. MoBrlde, dem. Carsor. Judges: Joshua Alston, J. E. Rled, rep.; George . bye, dem. Clerks: Frank Guiloway, rep.; Charles U. Ketue wcll, dem. Cce-ter Judges: G. yf. Gage, W. E. Max well, rep.; c. H. Powell, dem. ClerkB: George H. Nash, rep. ; J. A. U'homas, dem. Crescent Judges: C. O. Mcintosh, J. A. Craft, dtim.j U Wilding, rep. Clerks: Rob ert Adams, iiem.; A. A. KoOertson, rep. Garner (Flrnt Precinct; Judges: 8. Chllds, W. S. Clay, rep. ;, J. M. Garner, dem. Clerks:' A. E. Woodworth,. rep.; Henry E. Tiarks, dem. Garner (Second Predict) N. Gallup, J. P. Anderson, rep.j M. H. Abel, dem. Clerks: P. Wahigren, rea; Christian Miller, dem. - Grove Judges:" C. E. Bolton. Li. A. King, rep.; N. A, Brown, dem. Clerks: John A. Knox, rep.; William A- Rankin, dem. Hardin Judges: - F. B. Chambers, rep.; J. M. , UnUorwood, Henry Wild, dem. Clerki: W, M. Davis, reu.: U . H. Klnr. dem. Husul Dell Judges: W: J; Hutchinson, Morris Hough, dem.; E. Parish, rep. Clerks: Fran It , Hough, dem-; William Nixon, rep. i.... .- y James Judges: - Edward Relncke, W. O. Bane, , rep.; ,.Uaorg Miller, dem. ' Clerks: C C. Smith, rep. ; M. F. Brown, dem. Keg, Creek Judges: Fred Huewlnkle, Fred Hoist, rep. ; - A. I Ingram, dem. Clerks: O. P. Plumer, rep.; 'IV D.. Gayie. dem. . .': Knox Judges: H. B. Rock, Martin Plahn, dem.; Henry Wiese, rep. Clerks: Uus Diederich. Jr.. dem.; C. H. Reed, repi Luy ton Judges .Frank Hanna- rep.; O. B. Tllton, H. -F. j Slevws. dem. Clerks: Charles - Bpangler, : rep.; - Hugo Burmelster, dem. . Lewis Judges: D. iW.1 Rich. Henry EI lerbeck, rep.; Fred Beck, dem. Clerks-. W. A. Sewing, rep.) G. C. Plumer, dem. . .Lincoln Judges: . W. H. Davis. Jacob Carbuhn,' dem.: Ben Glees, rep. Clerks; M. E. Kelmer, dem.; E. D. Young, rep.. Mucedonla Judges; John Dye, H. E. Harbert, dem.; H. L. Hobson, rep. Clfrks: D. W. BorufT, dem. 2 Thomas I. Clark, rep. Mlnden Judges: Peter Langer."" Henry Koch, rep.; Henry Holsf aster, dem. Clerks: Leonard Koch, rep.; Julius Stuhr, dem. Neola Judges: August Sundel, S. Chrls tlanson, dem.; W. L. Spencer, retp. Clerks: John D. Hannart, Jdein. ; N. Bardsley, rep. Norwalk Judges: Peter Johnson, rep.; J. P. Muxneld, K. W. Klqpplng. dem. Clerks: E. J. Kiddle, rep.; W. F. 'Cash, dem. Weasant Judges: Henry Fleming, J. ' N. Frum, rep. ; Chris V. Rock, dem. Clerks: Fred Rohrs, rep.; V. Gross, dem. . . Rockford Judges; W. 1. My erg, J. A. Currle, dem. ; K. J. Wilson, rep. Clerks: H. L Fouts,-dem.; J. N. Hutchinson, rep. BHver Creek Judges: August Aldeeroj, W. D. Boydfelt, rep.; J. L. liarsch, dem. Clerks: Elton Lawaou, rep.; A. Ouren, dem. Valley-Judges: W. J. bool, Clark Han nah, dem.; Fred Shuttleworth, rep. Clerks: W. C. Battelle, dem. ; Frank Stevenson, rep. Washington Judges: Felix Beta, J. T. Jones, rep.; H. C. McCabe, dean. Clerks: F. W. Pierce, rep.; W. B. Lfddell, dem. Waveland Judges: W. W. Miller, J. K. Murchlson, rep.; D. Lantls, dem., Clerks: C. W. Miller, rep.; A. Use her, dem. Wright-Judges: B. Gay, C. H. Mathls, rep.; Jamea Boiler, dem. Clerks: N. Wal ters, rep.) J. G. McConnell, dem. York Judges: G. W. Davis, G. Elsabush, dem.; Calvin Mauer, rep. Clerks: ' Uriah McLean, dem.: B. Elchenberger, rep. Kane (outside) Judges: W. Hewitt. J. 8. Gretser, . rep. ; W. W. Duncan, dem. Clerks: H. J. Smith, rep.; .Fred Duncan, dem. . . ' First Ward (First Precinct) Judges : O. Younkerman, A. G Gilbert, dem j C. M. At wood, rep. Clerks: ' C. M. Maynard, dem.; John Halle, rep. First Ward (Second Preclnot) Judges: B. B. Snyder, W. S. . Balrd, rep. ; Wlllln.ro Greori, dera.' Clerks: S. IL .Conner, rep.) J.'C. Pryor, Jr., dem, Second YVnrd (First Precinct) Judges i Spencer Smith. C. A. Tlbbltts, rep. ; Thomas Matoney, dem. Clerks: W..E. Bopp, rep.; Gus Covalt, dem. Second Ward . (Second Precinct) Judges: John Olson, A. F. Hollls, rep.; L. P. Ser vlss. dem. Clerks: Ovlde Vte,u, rep. Henry Luchow, dem. Third Ward (First Precinct) Judges: J. H. Mayne. Ohio Knox, rep.: Adolpn Gold stein, dem. Clerks: C. S. Havers toe k, rep. ; Oscar Bautnelster, dem. Third Ward (Second ' Precinct) Judges: W. S. Annin, M. P. Schmidt, rep.; M. H. Tlnley. dem. Clerks: L. E. ' Bridenatein, rep.; George F. Hughes, dem. Fourth Ward (First Precinct) Judges: F. P. Wright, C. W. McDonald, rep.; B. a TerwlUlger, dem. Clerks: H. J.. Chambers, rep.; Charles F. FaacheL dem. Fourth Ward (Second Precinct) Judgest Ed Ford. Soren Wilson, rep.; J. P.-Weaver, Aim. Clerki: i. A. Gorham, . rep.; J. P. Muiqueen. dem. . ' . FiRh Ward (First Preclrtet)-Judgea: A. Vs. Dennis, James Hoon, rep.; C. A. Dob bins, dem. (Jierks: C. M. Hobbs, rep. Charles Hammrf, dem. Fifth Ward (Second PreHnct)--Jud4ea: Ferd Saar. T- A. Brewlek, rep.; James Mc Millan, dem. Clerksi Mwreoce Hansen, rep.; J. A. .Knox, dem. . Bltth Ward (First Precinct) Judges: Is rael Lovett, J, W. Kirk, rep.; C. M. Crip p. dt-m. Clerks: E. J, Babcock, rep.; Louis Boekhoft, dem. SUth Ward (Second Precinct) Judges: O. C. Hamilton, E. W. Ward, rep.; N. B. Ehonqiilst. dem. Clerks: E. Beauclals, rep.; John Hansen, dem. CHILDRJBUfg- DAY AT " CARHfVAL dels) to Swell tr Atleadaaee to the Tea Thoawaad Mask. Qver 10,000 people passed the gates yes terday Into the street carnival and the crowd last night waa the largest so far of the week. During the. afternoon the grounds were filled wtth children who thor oughly enjoyed every minute of the time. The various attractions of the Oasklll com pany are drawing big patronage and last night every show . was packed to, Its ca pacity, this being especially true of the big entertainment In "The Stadium.''" ' ' Tonight a bigger crowd Is looked for, as the Omaha Commercial club has accepted an Invitation tb attend In a body and great preparations .are being made for their en tertainment by the Council Bluffs "Boos ters' . In the afternoon the old soldiers and the members of the Women's Relief corps will visit the grounds In a body and Director Covalt has announced a special program of patriotic and military rauslo in their honor. Fire Chief Nicholson has arranged for another Exhibition ; run of the department at 7:30 o'clock this1 evening. The run will be north on Pearl street from Sixth avenue past the carnival grounds to Broadway. . Owing to the- inability of Congressman Adam Bede of Minnesota to make train connections so as to reach Council Bluffs yesterday, the republican rally announced for yesterday afternoon had to be post poned until this afternoon. Congressman Bede,- however, telegraphed that he would be here In plenty of time to keep the en gagement Thursday afternoon. Thursday has been designated as "Demo cratic day" by the carnival management, but as Chairman Miller of the democratic county central committee had been unable to secure any 'speakers from out of town, he was glad to surrender, any claim on this afternoon to Chairman Wright of the re publican committee, and the democratic rally will be abandoned. The rally this afternoon will begin at S o'clock In the Bayjlss park section of the carnival ground. Congressmen Bede, and LSmlth of this cltf will be the principal BOARD ' AgSIG-fS THE TEACHERS Balldlngra Designated, bat Grades to Be Named Monday. The assignment of teachers to the differ ent buildings was completed yesterday by the Board of Education, hit the assign ment to grades will not be, made until Monday next, when the schools reopen for then new school year. For the present Miss Barndt'a place at the Second avenue build ing will be filled from the substitute list. The. assignment follows: F. C. Ensign, principal; Emma N. Boesche, h. coluy, iunces u. ualley, J. . Grason, Fred Gass, Mlttle M. Pile, Kate 8. Reed, Jennie O. Rice, Anna is. Ross. May Sedg Wick, .'Edna M. Sprague, Charlotte A. Taylor, 8. L. Thomas, Flora Van Order; Bertha Vincent, Daisy Wood. Washington Avenue School. Mantle Man. gum, principal; Josle Clausen, Anna Vander Cook, Roberta Hattenhauer. Ada E. How. ara,. ueien Aaa lyier, Nellie u. Hep ford, Grace Foster, Laura A. Dodge, Grace Heywood , Katie Morris, Hattle L. Ross," Annette Grass, Bessie How lett, Dora Lyon, Annie Williams, Ger trude Green, Mrs. L. O. Gleason, Anna P. 8teven, kindergarten " directress; EtheT Watson, kindergarten assistant. Bloomer Mchuol. Nunitio M. ' "Hardlrt, principal; Belle C. Barclay. Mary Geraghty, Maude Robinson, Mary pierce. Jessie Green, Charlotte Hennlnger, Jennie Ben sen, Floy Frank, May Jepson: Ella Al bright, Jane Howe, Gertrude Davenport, kindergarten directress; Belle Robinson, kindergarten assistant. Twentieth Avenue School. Clara Meyers, principal; Mamie ' Norena, Grace Riley, Edith Joseph, Llzste Crocker, Bertha Marsh, Hannah Bick, Dorothea Roberts, Louise Carson, Edith Shedd, Lydla Beifert, Llxzle Bohn, Mrs. Eva Lyon, kindergarten directress; Theodosla, Hopbs, kindergarten assistant. Second Avenue School. Elisabeth Graves, principal; Mary McMtllen, Ella- Wilcox? Hettle Taylor, Rose Wind, Grace Barr (H), Marie Peterson, Emma Thomas, Vet a Linkey, Grace Anient, kindergarten direo tress; Ella Darnell, kindergarten asslstsnt. Avenue B. School. Sue Undgllet, nrtncl. pal; Grace Barr (Vi). Margaret Henderson, Crete Hooker, Minnie Jonnson. Anna B, Mikesell, Cora P. Treynor, kindergarten directress; . Ethel Reynolds, kindergarten assistant. '' - Thirty-second Street School. Agnes Drake, principal: Minnie - Woodmancy, Crystal "Dingle, Belle , Wiley, kindergarten directress. Madison Avenue School. May Sims, prin cipal; Cora Gretser, Marie D. Chrlstensen, Edith Field. . ... . . Hsrrison Street School. Minnie Hanson, principal: Ona, Kendleh Olive Harl, Ive Frank, Stella Royer, Kindergarten direc tress. Eighth Avenue School. Mnl. Edith F. Prouty, principal; Ines Parsons, Louise C. Boehnlng, Mrs. Julia Hughes, kindergarten directress. , Courtlnnd School. Mrs. L. ,.M. Graves, Cora Jones. ' . '." Gunn School. Emma' Hoffman. Pierce Street School. Vermont Reynolds, principal; Dora Churchill, Katharine Trey nor, Ellen Mcintosh, Isabel McPherson, Florence M, Storrs, Ella Bpetinan, Ethel Kendle, Alyda McFadden. Ada M. Dailey, Mamie- Ott, Llllle Cherniss, Daisy Cooper, kindergarten dlrctre,H; Edna , Grosvenor, kindergarten assistant. Third Street School. Mnrsret B. Ci'rtls, principal; Kathleen Connor ' CH), Julia Walker. Mvrtle Winters. Viola vVhlstler, Mary E. Roberts. Aurelia Tlnley, Carrie eiaoe. Harriet .Walker, kindergarten dl rectress; Alyda Lortng, kindergarten as sistant. Eighth Street School. WUHanne White, principal; Kathleen Connor (H), Minnie E. Clay, JeBBle M. Alworth, Katherlne White, Ines Dorland, Winifred A. Beasley, Elfle Miles, Mrs, Adele D. Card, kindergarten dlreotress; Ida Casady, kindergarten as sistant. Substitutes. Mabel F. Storrs. For Rent. ' An excellent office location, fronting on Peart street, only half a block from Broad way, with a nice large snowwlndow which can be used for display. Be office, 10 Peart street. Council Bluffs. . Repabllcans Hold Conference." ! CRESTON, la., Sept. 7. (Special. )-Ch8lr-tnan R. H. Spence of the republican state central committee and Mr. McNeely, chair man of the speakers' bureau, held a con ference In Creston, which was attended by the county central chairman and the prominent politician. Every county chair man In the district, with the exception of Fremont county, was present. . The meet ing waa the largest that. Mr. Spence has yet held and revealed a most satisfactory condition of politics In the Eighth district Mr. ' Spence has agreed to give Union county two pronalnent speakers, Lewis Miles of Corydon and C. E. Pickett of Wa terloo. Colonel Hepburn will deliver ad dresses in Union county during the cam paign and other prominent speakers have agreed to come to Congressman Hepburn's territory to make the campaign Interesting for the republican ticket In Union count). The political outlook for- the success o the repupl(can ticket Is very ' reassuring. Mr. Spence and Mr. McNeely left tor Coun cil Bluffs. ' Coal Near Creston. CRESTON. la.. Sept 7-(BpectaI.)At a depth of ntnety-flve feet coal prospectors on the Miliar farm. In Lincoln township, have encountered a twenty-two-inch vein. This prospecting Is Independent and funds are now being raised to continue sinking the shaft. Those conversant with coal con ditions believe that better veins will he encountered with depth. It Is likely that the coal will be mined even" at twenty-two Inches. This Is the depth of the Carbon mines, which are being worked regularly. telde Near Nevlnvllle. ' CRESTON, la., Sept 7. (Special,) Charles Bartlett, a young man residing near Nevtnvnia, who has been mentally deficient for several days, committed sui cide Monday evening. He had, been away from home for several days, sleeping In the fields and hiding lu shrubbery. - When neighbors and friends went to search for him he took Jila own life. , .... . District Cewrt of Frosaoait County. SIDNEY, la.. Sept, T. (SpedsL) The dis trict court of Fremont county Is now In session. Judge O. T. WheelVr Is on the bench i and B. O. . Bennington of Council Bluffs la reporter. The 1rt work of the court last week waa to dispose of a num. ber of equity cases. The grand Jury wss busy for a number of daya, and It la said a number of Indlotments were returned. BANKERS ARE 0HI1E RACE , i. - . . Grand Jury Investigating- Tailon of Oitisens' Sack at Mount Ajt. AUDITOR VERIFYING BANK STATEMENTS J Four Filipino Students 1 Taking the Acrlenltnral Coarse at Ames I' staler Dlreetlon'o Oov- erssKsl, (From a Staff .Correspondent.) DE3 MOINES, Sept. 7. (Special.) The grand' Jury, of Ringgold' county has been engaged In making a' thorough Investiga tion of the affairs of the Cltlxens bank at Mount Ayr and witnesses have' been tailed before the grand Jury the last six days to be questioned In regard to the trans actions the' bankers previoua to the fail ure ofthe bank last winter. Jay and Clyde Dunning, father and son, who were the owners of the bank, a private banking concern,- are undergoing a thorough Inves tigation. A committee of the Creditors of the bank was appointed to take care of their Interests and attend to the prosecu tion of the bank proprietors, and a strong effort is being made to have them Indicted. It Is alleged that the .-books will show the bank to have long been Insolvent and that on. the evening before the bank closed Its doors deposits were, received when It must have , been known that the bank was In solvent, hence It is claimed there was fraud In accepting such deposits. Several at torneys of Des Moines have" been retained to look after the case. In addition bank ruptcy proceedings are pending before Referee Ethrldge In this city to determine the assets of the Dunnlngs and to disclose hidden property if possible.- It Is expected the Ringgold county grand Jury will make a report tomorrow. - - Day Dunning, president 6f the defunct Citizens bank at Mount Ayr, la.,' was this afternoon Indicted for .fraudulent banking on five different counts. The failure of his bank last spring was 'sensational, Involving about 1200,000 loss, and seriously crippled Mount Ayr business Interests. . '.Verifying .Baal. titateauentB.', As the result of a number of disclosures concerning . frauds .In' Iowa banks com mitted by dishonest bankers the State Banking department, under direction of State Auditor Carroll, la now engaged in requiring verification of such portions of the -statementa of the banka under state control 'as are capable of verification by those other (han the 'directors. In some cases It has been, found, that the' banks have made erroneous reports as to the amount of money on deposit elsewhere and this has been ' disclosed by requiring the depository banks to verify the statements made to the state examiners. In this way It Is believed that a great deal can be ac complished in the way of preventing bank failures In the state. The banking depart ment urged upon the legislature some im portant amendments 'to the banking laws In. this regard,, but '-.the legislative 'com mittees refused to grant the changes de siredj -.;.. . . , Filipinos Stody at Antes. The insular department of the Philippine government has ' defnated that four ot tho Filipino student's .'who ar being edu cated at government' apensV In the United States shall coirie to"rtieg i for the current school year and receive instruction In the agricultural 'course at he Iowa State col lege. They are aiptori 'IheWery few who are " sent to a?riutijral schools in this country, the larger portion going to trade and technical school)! or take business courses In different business colleges of .the country. The selection of the' Iowa State college as the place for the giving of agri cultural education Indicates the high stand ing of the Iowa; college,.. Two Ken Towns Planned. Senator Crossley of MeLdlson county, with F. 8. Mordaurat and .Wallace Hubbell of Albany, Mo., are In the city in the interest of tho proposed .railroad from St. Joseph, Mo., to Des'Molnea by way of Creston and Wlnterset Senator Crossley states that the people In Madison, county are., giving tax aid 'and In other ways helping the railroad, and very much desire tt,' There will be two new town established In Madison county, one northeast of Wkiterset and the other southwest The ' road ; will also open up Macksburg, the largest . to-wn of the state without railroad, facilities. The articles :of' Incorporation of the Dyersv-llle Jlotthern railroad, ' to run from Dyersvllle to Vlijton, were filed with tho secretary of state today; capital, 000. Death of Aged Merchant. Abraham Scheurman. aged 71. died at his home In this city- today from complice ttona following Bright-', disease. He and his brother came to: the city, twenty-two years ago and established a" woolen mill and he was identified with the Interests ot the dty In many -ways. He -was -born In Germany and he and 'his 'brother many years ago started a woolen mill in Marengo. He was of a philanthropic character and! gave much of his time In- recent years to the work of the Jewish Orphan asylum at Cleveland, O. ' ' . New Iown-DrasTflata. . The State Pharmacy commission yester day Issued certificates aa follows: B. L. Johnston, Belir.ond;' M. A. Xoeltx, Earling; W. Earl Lawrence, Alta; Ernest V.. Pollack,- Leanda J an a, Grace A. Paulger, Cedar Falls; G. A. Richards, . Brltt; Charles D. Shecklsr. Nora Springs; Olner F. Strambeck, Maxwell; Frank Thels, Rock well City; C. E. Hall, Blakesburg; Walter X Holden, Union; W. LI Oansemlna, New Hampton. " . , . ' . , . Mother Blooka Weeding-. ' DENIBON, la., Sept: 7.-(Speclal Tele gram.) Dr. Theodore 8. Crosby, physician of the Walter L. Main circus, which showed In this place today, applied, this' afternoon at the office of the county .clerk for a license to marry Mias Delia Nelson, one ot the family of acrobats - traveling with the circus. The young woman' age was given aa It, and the -' license was refuted until the consent of the girl's mother, whe Jives at Mount Clemens, Mich., waa secured. e Illfi TOR feel the exquiaite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and tear,'. Every woman ahould know that the danger, pain and horror of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use .of Mother's Friend, ; a scientific liniment for external use only, which toughen and render r1!Vk1 ll rkj rtarta miI r . . r '. assists nature in its sublime work. By its aid thousands ' of women have passed this great crisis in perfect safety and without pain. Sold k" u iUU at tt.oo vbottle by druggists. Our book of priceless value to all women sent free. Address UMADnUM mtBULATOR OO-, AUmut. . A message waa Immediately wired lo hf and late this evening a reply was received refusing consent giving aa a reason that the girl waa too young. Creamery Compear Falls. LOGAN. Is.. Sept. 7.-(Speclal-Ths Crisp Co-operative Creamery company, lo cated at Crisp, a small Inland town south east of Logan, has failed and made an assignment to Charles F. Luce ot Logan. This company was orgnnlsed about two years ago, did a good business and turned out an excellent product, but was unable to pay Its creditors, hence the failure. E. E. Harris wss president and O. F. Danlel son wss treasurer. Tent were nee t'ntoa F.lects Officers. MI8SOI RI VALLEY. Ia., 8ept 7.-(8pe-clal.) The Women's Christian Temperance union, at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Ida B. Wise, elected the following officers to erve Curing the coming yesr; President. Mrs. D. Beckwlth: secretary, Mrs. George Davidson; treasurer, Mr. J. T. Hough; delegates to' state convent!6ri, Mesdames Hunter, Livingston and Robinson. Bennett for Congress. CRESTON, la.. Sept 7. (Special Tele gram.) The Eighth democratic convention this afternoon nominated John V. Bennett tf Lticss county for congress. Resalts of Swlranilngr Contest. ST. LOCI3. Sept. 7. Olympic swimming contest, summaries: 4X-yard championship swim: C. M, Dan iels, New York Athletic club, won: Francis Galley, Olympic club, San Francisco, sec ond; Otto Wahle, New York Athletic club, third. Time: :lfij. 830-yard handicap: Marquard Schwarts, M. A. C, St. Louis (0:), won; Fred R- E. Beach, Chlcrtgo Athletic club (U:4U), second; D. Hammond. Chicago Athletic club (0:80), third. Time: 8:06H. Half ml'e championship: E. Rausch, Germany, won; Francis Galley, Olympic club, San " Francisco, second; G. Kiss, Budapest, Hungary, third. Time: 13J1. One-fourth rr.ile, breast stroke: George Zarharras, Hungary, won; Walter .Brock, Germany, second; H. J. Handy, Young Men'a Christian association, Chicago, third. Tlme 7:27t. 100-yard handicap: H. B. Warren New York Athletic club (0:11), won; E. T.-8wa-tek. Young Men's Christian aicoclatlon, Chicago (0:07), second; J. A. Ruddy, New York Athletlo club (0:05), third. Time: 1:2. Team relay race between New Yovk, Chicago and Missouri Athletic clubs: New York team No. 1. won. Timei l:f Fancy diving: Dr. George H. SheHon of St. Louis won, Georre Hoffmen of - Ger msny second, F. R, Kehoe of the Chicago Athletlo club third. Shootlnsj for Cash Prises. SEAGIRT, N. J., Sept. 7. The first In order In the National Rifle association con tests today was the company team match for medals and cash prises, open to teams of five from any company of the National Guard of any stnte, territory or District of Columbia, the army, navy, marine corps or of any foreign government. Company I, Second regiment. -National Guard of the District of Columbia, won the match with a total of 810 out of a possible 850. i Major Delmnr Ties Record. , . SYRACUSE, N. Y., Sept.. 7.-MaJor Del mar only succeeded In tying the world' trottlna record of 2:02. without a wind shield. In his attempt this afternoon at the Mew lork state iair. The Adirondack Mountains. The lakes and streams in the Adirondack mountains are full of fish; the woods are inviting, the air Is filled with health, and the nights are cool and restful. If you visit that region once, you will go there again. An answer to almost any question In regard to the Adirondack mountain will be found In No. 80 of the "Four-Track Series," "The Adlrondacks ah'd How to Reach Them"; sent free on receipt of a 2-cent stamp, .by George H. Daniels, Gen eral Passenger Agent, Grand Central Sta tion, New York,- End of Week htxeoraio te Clear . ' Lako.' Iai. ' ;' . , Via Chicago Great Western' railway. For trains Friday night and all train 8atur day ot each week round trip ticket will be sold at one far to Clear Lake, la. Ticket good returning on any train until the fol lowing Monday. For further information apply to 8. H. Parkhurst general agent, 161 Farnam street, Omaha. Neb. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Wanner In tho Southern Portion of Nebraska. Today Friday , i Fair. .. . . - ' WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. Forecast of the weather for, Thursday and' Friday; " For Nebraska Fair Thursday, warmer In the south portion; Friday, fair.'' For Kansas Fair Thursday, warmer Jn east portion; Friday, fair. For Iowa and Missouri Fair and warmer Thursday; Friday, fair. For South Dakota Fair Thursday and waramer In the eaat portion; Friday, fair. For Indiana Fair Thursday and Friday; variable winds. For Colorado and Wyoming Fair Thurs day and Friday. Local Record. OFFICE OF 'i'Hls WKATHER BUREAU. OMAHA, Sept, 7. Official record of tem perature and precipitation oompared with the corresponding day ef the past three years! 190. lm. 1902. 1901. Maximum temperature ,, 7 83 86 79 Minimum temperature ... 53 87 68 67 Mean temperature ....... M - 76 72 78 Precipitation 00 .01 ,00 T Record of temperature and precipitation at Omaha for this day since March 1, 1D04: Normal temperature 87 Deficiency for the day 1 Total deficiency since March 1 804 Kormnl prcoipitmion 10 Inch Deficiency for the day ,, ,10 Inch Precipitation since March I. ..,..80. 11 Inches Deficiency since March 1 , 8.36 Inches Excees for cor. period, 1903 4.17 Inches Deficiency for cor. period, 1801,. 1.66 Inches Reports from gtatloaa at T p. an,. XNDITION OF THt WEATHER. Omaha, clear Valentine, clear ......... North Platte, clear ..... Cheyenne, clear Bait Lake City, clear .. Rapid City, clear Huron, part cloudy .... Wllllnton, part cloudy . Chicago, cloudy St, Louis, clear ., St. Paul, clesr Davenport, cloudy Kansaa City, clear Havre, part cloudy ..... Helena, clear ............ Bismarck, clear Galveston, cloudy ...... . 74 7 , 84 94 . 76 8 . 76 82 , 86 88 80 88 . 73 80 . 84 h . 64 72 . tt 78 . 66 68 . 70 72 . 72 78 . 86 a . .86 90 it 84 J 82 T Indicate trace of precipitation. ' L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster. I. th joy of the household, foi without it no happineaa can be complete. How aweet the picture of mother and babe, angela amile at and commend the thought and aapirationa of the mother bending over the cradle. The ordeal through which the expectant mother mutt pat, bow ever, ia to full of danger and aunering that the looks forward to the hour when alio ahall r- jtm i in per iT?nnpnTD MINERS ARE IS ARGUMENT Judge Gray Hears -latter of Parrs en t of , - Check Weigbman. QUESTION Of FACT IS IN DISPUTE Mine Owners Claim No Dedaetloas Are Mad Wlineat Asslttameat, While Miner ny He. verse 1 Case. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 7-Judge Gray who woi chairman of the anthracite coal commission, today heard argument by the members of the board of conciliation on the question of the operator to collect money from employes with which to pay check wclghmen nnd docking bosses .unles a le gal assignment of the amount ia made by tlie employes. . During Mr. Warrlnger' presentation of the operators' position Judge Gray Inter rupted several time with Interrogation. The judge desired to know whether the operators collected from the miners' wages the pay of anyone else connected with the mines, citing as an example the physicians and blacksmiths. Mr. Warrlnger contended that the pay of the doctor was collected by the operators on an assignment made by the miners, and that they also collected when requested by legal assignment pay ment for clergymen. The miners Insisted that their pay waa collected without an assignment, ' and whether the miner had made use of the blacksmith or not. Mr. Nlrholts cited the case of . the Susquehanna Coal company near Haselton, and vsatd miners were docked for the pay of the blacksmith when they did not use his services. Mr. Nlcholls said the company mode the deduction on the amount of the coal mined by the miner. At the conclusion of Mr. Warrlnger' pre sentation Mr. Nlcholls was recogulied on behalf of the miners. After the question at Issue had been de bated by both stdes the meeting adjourned. Judge Gray did not announce when a de cision would be rendered. . Woodaaea ef the World Special Trala to ft, Louis. The Wbodmeri 'of the World -have ar ranged with the Wabash to run a special train, leaving Omaha Union station at 8:48 a. rn., Council Bluffs a, a. m,, Sunday, Sep tember .11. A very low round-trip ratt, 88.50 from Omaha. 18.85 from Council Bluffs, with correspondingly low rate from all stations , Everyone invited to Join special train, insist upon your - ticket reading via Wa bash, the only Un with its own station at main entrance of World' fair ground, thus saving time, eatra car far and an noyance. Fcr all Information call at Wa bash city office, 1601 Farnara street, or ad dress HARRY E. MCORES. O. A. P. D. Wabash Railroad, Omaha, Neb. Parker Prepares for Editors. ESOPVS, N. T., Sept. 7. Judge Parker today devoted himself to the preparation of a reply to the speech to be delivered here Thursday on behalf of the democratic) edi tors, . CANKER. SORES Obstinate cases of Canerum Oris hav been relieved after three or four applies) Hons of SOZODONT LIQUID A complete cur has been" effected within a week from three application a day. It is a wonderful dentifrice. f Nothing to equal It. IT CLEANSES, HEALS, PRESERVES. I FORMS s LIQUID, POWDER. PASTE. O. M. E. Tel. 611 MESSENGER AND BAGGAGE. ' . . lot Farnam Street. . . will get tour baggage thef.e , on Time. - , , M781 RAILWAY TIME CARD IS ION STATION TENTH AND MAHCV. Chleage, Book Islaadl at Paclfle, BAST. ! Arrtn CHItaee Dmjltiht UmltaS a 8 it am CSIcms Darlisat iwt tlMia a f :8S sei rli Kinru ............. ....bll:Sl t 1:11 m bn ktalno Bipma t.ttfm kl!:M m Ckksss rsst BxpTMS .,.... I:pm a : . WEST. . Rockr Mowitala UaltM .. Lincoln, CalS sprites. ..itMia aS;tsa VST, FWim mmm - a lis at MI..U. l.-t . WMt-VB. St. Pal Mtsa-teells Lt-IU4.. t:tO at a t ;t St. rl MIBMa!ls Sipms.s t:Uia s l:M! Cbtui UailMS 4:M pa tio ao lm Cklctgg aiyraM Sat a 4iM ai tktleago dl NrttweateB. KutCkieM ilHia fjsaa UcslCblwse u.M Mil ............. ..M.......S S.SSam lwrlibt St. rl ......a T4 M:0ta DarlllM Chios ...aT'.itaa 11:4 LtmlWd Ckictf ,al:aa) . :llta Loci CrrU ......... its In rut St. ri siui :tMi Ueil Sieos OUy St. fssl k 4.i , ,.J0 TZ rwtMsil iim,; Cblui Ksprsss .. 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Antta Cklease eparta I .... t l aa al.Uae Ck)aa VaaUkalsd Kapraaa.... : pa alalia Itiutt Lvoal ....... s t.it a tll.H pa Ckteaau Uaiita .....a k.w put af:tpa kMt Mail ,-..... wo.Mm.m ;afe p UarUaattaa Mlaeoarl Blver. Wrasra, oaauxa a Uaaais ,.k I H aa SU M pa Cakraafca k-praap ,. .a t.av a.tpia autar Lint l lad a l.iu pat a l.ai aa Slack kUiia Futwi aouad aa..ali.W pu. a " u. aa CairnHW VaauBUuaa JTlai a t a pa klasala Vaa Mai. k I 7 pa au.at pa rait Cnwk a Haitians! s l.U pa Ua.tt aa tt.ila.iia a raoika iaoawaa , t in pa a .! aa Hailanta a 1-aciAt JuaaUut. ......alMaa aailMiM aa4 rftuaaats......ktm pa Itaasaa City, . Jeaepa Couaeil luSTs. " KiMaa Clip Dap Swpraaa Ml aa. a tM pa kt. Laala If Ijtar .. a I. pa alt Mb fc an MlpM asaraas la.ta pa e . aa WsCBSTICa IJItPOT-lOTU t WKHSTKIU Ml .i rveia. laare. arrira Hekraaka Wave .... Cuiaaare. Osaaka. i.""Vaau" ...k aa all M ta Hlaaeauslls Twia mtr Sieua Cit f ta aiuar . OaSUad Leeal t..M..aa ..kSMaa kt:lsa ...a In) sa lU Mia ..iliWaa kl.Uaa a Daily, k Dally eaaaat Senear, S Dally aitiet Seasieay. eltaiW esuayt MaafaSi IIBtVIB m MHta .,-- - u. , . . cm lM4roi A uutU ,.. IK pm tilt m Cpr Wrl e I M Pm e 1:1 tm Uuuiss-AlMaa ............... .1 S:Ma i , . , .... . A. . A NOW PRINCIPLB IN MEDICAL 5CIU.NCE. v Pot years It has been the prsctlca ef me teal men lo treat patients BufferhV". from piles' hv lncal. external aroUcations, Th treat-. jients glv but temporary relief, but hava never -fleeted a positive cure. After months of" research arid atady, ae ' companied by actual experience with various patients, Dr. C. A. Perrin arrived at a poki tive'conclujion as to the exact action of the vaiioos parts of the bowel nvslem, under , different conditions, and when subjected to -various prescriptions. He finally prepared that wonderful Inter nal remedy known aa Dr. PaaaiN'a Pila Specific, which Is put up in bottles, retail in at all reliable drug stores for fl.OO each. This Internal remedy has been on the mar ket for the past ten years, and In alt of that time there has Been but three cases what a positive cure has not been effected, i Dn-Perrin's Pile Specific Is sold under positive guarantee by the druggist making the sale, to refund the full purchase price, providing the remedy fails to cure. This 1 the absolute proof of (ta merit. Any man or woman who suffers from blind, bleeding, , itching or internal piles can try thia internal remedy with the absolute certainty that it will cost nothing unless it cures. Her Is what ona sufferer says of this wonderful remedyt . Dr. C. A. Perrin, Helena, Mont.-t wUh te Dunk you lor lh cure rour ontlcrful medietas hat dona lor ma. I had the ptlet tome va year, and Vnder the advira of a doctor had tliem removed br the kni( Snd felt tree lor awhile, but thef returned and I It once o S bottle ol rour Perrin 'i Pit Specific and ona bottle bu entirely cured me, nnd I a at food at I era wm. Youn truly, . Jack SuiaivAm. , October IS, 1K.2. ; , : Chicago. Better get a bottle of your druggist today and get relief from present and f utura, Buffering. Da. Perrin Memc.t Co.. Hixena. Mono; A SKIN OP BHAUTY 7 A jrVY FOREVPH. . Tt. Ti nCT-tX OOtThAITD'8 OStlatMTAt. 1 CRKAM, OR JSAUIUAI. VUVIirUK Bemovet Tan, Plmptaa.FrenklM, junm ratcnciL naan, ana asm ana tTerf kiajBlia : a peaaiy, ana efleadetectlos. It itoed the leal yeara, and Is armlet! art taau tt ta ka tar it la properly made. Aeoept a counter feit of simile aatpa. Dr. I A. aafra rntiA to a lady ot the bant. ton (a paueiitii 'At yon ladles wUl um rham, I reo m m a 4 '.turisd's Cfitn' at the leaet barmfal of all, the ktn rfrraoi." 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CURES GUARANTEED Quicker and lor ' LESS MONEY than other , SPECIALIST Curaa ail tm ll rlia- lkfm ; eases ot menkidney, ryr bladder and diseasea or women, cured for life. Boon evry slan. svmDtom. aorta nn Blood Poison Ivw4 V In frrs-.il- K tAttail.a .-.. rw j ( aaa mivm ii, .wuajur, VII I l V, IIMir yebrowt (fttliinf out; diMppettr com pi mouth, tongue, throat, hair and plctely YiriBos'a Veins rruttlns, pain or loss of tlm VI fJTTJr. . - DUrrtd ini ia urT wlthnut Qulckeat cur In the world. Waik, NirrtDi Man irrng nervous debility, early decline, lack or Vigor and strength. J.r rifllm.nl h. m.ll li virlDa na miirr Cr38He'L,, PltACTJCn IK OM-lUA. - Cor ner ef Uth and Douglas. Charge Ltu Thaa All OtlWr. HcCREW SPECIALIST Treat ail tarsal ed DISEASES OP MEN ONLY A Medical Esaert M Year' Exrwlenca IS Years la Oauk trlr M.M Case Cart Mreeelai. Bioed ralaoa. Itrtulura kMt, Mst-aae Daklllty. Xaaa af Itraxflk a4 VitaUiy as all Uraae at tkrttk d I aaa aaa. Treatment ky aaalL Oall r wrtta, ) MS Ma aast tm a. aWaa, Megs " 1 T Jm b5ia r -Jr iHt vyj k -v Lilian mi ii 'i,'.e lWKMir'r ' ' "' aa," -i r Tarlitiile. i