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T17E OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. JANUARY 31. 1903.
0 P0ST0FFICE NOTICE rrt realsterrd tranaDarlflo mall oVa, patched rla Vancouver. Victoria. Tiirm or Seattle, whlrh close p. m. previous 4y) rinrn m in general pusiomrs, new lora. fi innows: .TAHITI ana MARQi ESAS ISUANDS. via fan Ftanolsro. rlnee at ( p. m , February i, tor despatch per s. a. Martpona. HAWAII, via Han FYnncinco, oloa at 8 p. rn. February s for despatch per a. a, HAWAII. JAPAN, KOREA. CHINA and tHIUHPINK ISLANDS. Via Bun Fran- Cisco, clone at p. m. rebruary a f0r del patch per . Korea. Japan, korra. china and philip- rintz iBAu, via -aiue, clone at 8 p. m. February I tor despatch per a. a. pnmano mam. JAPAN! KOREA. CHINA and srwlnllv A dresncl mall for PHILIPPINE ISLANDS via, Taroma. close at i p. m. Februar; 10 lor oegpaitn per a. a. I'eieti. JAPAN (except Pa reels-Pnt Mall), KO or A ruiv'i ml I'll if ItihlVC i a LAN'bS. via Vancouver and Victoria, u, c, nose at a p. m. renruary n ior tie apaicn per a. a. empress or. liiina. lSJiW ZKAI.AND, 4l Si'hAl.lA ("xcpt West). NKW rALKIKiXIA BAMrn HAWAII and FIJI ISLANDS, vln Ban Francisco, close at p. m. Febrnnry 18 for despatch jer s. a. Ven'ura. (If the Cunard earner carrying the British mail for New Zealand does not arrive In time to connect with this dPspHtcn, extra malls closing t 8:30 a. m., t.M a. m. and 6 p. m.; Bun ds vs at 4 3i a. m.. 9 a. m. and 8 p. in will be made up and forwarded until the arrival of the Cunard steamer). HAWAII, JAPAN. KOHKA, CHINA and specially n!drt:aiHl mall for PHILIP PINE ISLANDS, via Fan Francl.c. elnas at p. m. February 20 for despatch per a. a. Coptic. PH1LIPH1NK ISLANDS and OfAM, via San Francisco. close at p. m. February z. ior nsjsirn per i.. n. irnnspon. FIJI ISLANDS, Al 8TRALIA (except w cm i inn nrw iai.kiujivm, via van . emiver and Victoria, 4i. C, close at 8 p.m. renruary a ior uespaicn per a. a. Moana. MANCHl R I A (except New C'hwang and Port Arthur) and EASTKP.N StBElUA , la nl present forwarded via Russia. NOTE t'nlcss otherwise adrtresed. West Australia In forwarded via Kurope; New Zealand via Snn Francisco, and certain place in ina uninese j'rovince or mnnun, via Krltlah India the quickest routes. Philippine apeclsllv addressed "via To- rope" must be fully prepaid at the foreign i-Hiee. nawnn is ior. araea via Bin rran Cisco exclusively. WILLIAM R. WTLT.COX, Posmntr. rosiomce, Kew lorn, N. Y., Jan Zl, 1905. LEGAL NOTICES, APPROPRIATION OF PROPERTY NO'i'tCK 'AO FrltEHoLDLRs -Kxhibll A. lo C. A. Kent, tirst and real name un known; George Warren Smith, Francis femltn, Mary t stera, Herman Hust, Ame.U P. Webster, D. C. Johns, first and real nam unknown: You are hereby notified that the under signed, thre disinterested freeholders of tna city of Otmtha, hava been duly ap pointed by the Mayor, with tna approval of the City Council of said city, to assess the damages to the owners of property xina parties interested in tne property, re spectlvely, declared necessary to be appro' prtated for the use of said City, by the provisions of Ordinance No. I, MO, entitled: "An Ordinance declaring the necessity of appropriating certain private property ana lands for the use of the cliy of oiuuha for tne purpose or opening, widening anT ex ttndtng Ninth street from the North line Of Baker's Bub. to Spring street and pro viding ior tne appointment or inrce aisin terested freeholders of saj.r city - to asses the damages, to the owners respect Ively of the property taken by such appro priation. You are further notified that having ac cepted saJd appointment, and duly quail fed as required by law, we will, on the th day of tiurch, A, V. 19(16. at the hour Of 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at room 412 In the Bee building within the corporate limits of said city, meet for the purpose of considering and making the assessment of aamuges to tne owners or tne property and parties Interested In the property, re spectively, by reason of such taking and appropriation as declared necessary by eair ordinance. The property belonging to you, or In which yoa are Interested, proposed to be appropriated as aforesaid, and which haa been declared necessary by aald ordinance to be appropriated to the use of the City for aald purpose, and being situate In said city or omana, in tne t ounty oi Douglas, State of Nebraska, la described a Xollows, io-wii: " C. A." Kent.r real name unknown. lots one (1) and two (2):. Herman Rust, lot K Mary 1'eters, Hit 13. Amelia, . - we-n- etee. D. C. Johns, real name unknown lot !; all 4n Rurker'a Subdivision In the northeast "4 et the northeast '4 of section 84, township IS, range 13 east. George War ren Smith and Frances Smith, lot two (2), Mock one. (1), Murray's addition to Okahoma. You aaa hereby notified to be present at the .time and plane aforesaid, and make any claim lor damages or objections to or statements concerning said proposed ap propriation, .or assessment of damages as yon may conainer proper. . CHARLES IV THOMAS, JOSEPH KA VAN, MARTIN DUNHAM Freeholders, Omaha, January 31. IMS. J 31. . dlt QOVERNHKKT HOTICBS. PROPOSALS FOR BULLS AND HEIFERS. Department of the Interior, Office of In- iian Anaira, wasningion, u. jan. m, )tHi5 Staled proposals, endorsed "PRO POSALS FOR BULLS AND HEIFEK8" and addresaed to the Commissioner of In dian Affairs. Washington, V. C, will be received at the Indian Office until 1 o'clock p. m. of March 1, 1K06, for furnishing and delivering at Rosebud Agency. South Da ketg, 2uu bulls and 4,977 heifers; said bulls to be 2 years old, to weigh not lees than 850 pounds each and to be at least three fourths Hereford or Durham; the heifers to be 1 years old, of native range, or graded Texas stock, preferably Durham or Here ford, and to weigh not lesa than 700 pounds each, - Shcedulcs, which will be made a J .art of the proposals, containing blank orms for bidding, detailed specifications and conditions la be observed by bidders, will be furnished upon application to this offloe, to the offices of ''The Bee." Omaha, Neb.; "Journal," Sloug City, Iowa; "Pio neer Press," St. Paul, Minn.; "Live Stock Indlcatar." Kansas City. Mo.j the "Breed ers' .Gasette" and "Drovers' Journal," Chi cago. 111. ; the U- 8. Indian Warehouses at 36S South Canal St., Chicago, 111.; 816 How ard St., Omaha. Neb.; 6u2 South Seventh St., St. Louis, Mo., or to the V. 8. Indian Agent, Rosebud Agency, South Dakota. Dlds upon these blanks are not essential. They may be made In any other form, pro vided the conditions are observed. For fur ther Information apply to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C. 321 F2-1-T-H1-H-18-1S. RAILWAY TIME CARD ttlTfOK TATIONt-TENTII AND Fsiteat Paelae. MARCT Leave, .a :) am ,a 4:1 pre, .a 4:20 pa .a TuO am .a l: am .a 1M am .b 4:U pm 4:M pm Arrive. t:0t pm a am 8:10 pm a fins pm 8:20 pm a 7:40 am b 1:30 pm dO km 10 M pm 130 pa a 7:11 am a 7:85 pm al0:3o am a 1:10 Dm Overland limited .... Colorado & Cat. Ex... CaL Oregon Ex North Platte Local ., Fast Mall Colorado Special Beatrice Local Wskuk. SW. Louis Express.,... Bll K , 11V U Council Bluffa) f :1 an Shenandoah Local (from Council Bluffst f.i6 pm Ckv (ihsI Wutsra. St,' Paul A Mlna a I.M pm SU Paul Minn.... .....a T:43 Cm Chicago Limited a 5:00 pm Chicago Expresa a 1:01 am tkleage, ttsck Islaa.4 facl So. EAST. 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Members of John Huss castle. Royal Highlanders, will go tu Logan Thursday afternoon to Initiate a class of twenty-five candidate in that city. F. P. Kouno-sky and Anna Peterson, both of Fremont, Neb., and Harvey H. Knglleh and Luella Boone, both of Omaha, wrre married In this city yesterday by Justice Clardlner. Special sale for ten days only. 100,000 feet bright sll-wldths yellow pine boards, bought st receiver's sale, which we will sell Ht 1 cents per foot for casn only. (J. Hafer. Phone 202. The hearing of R. D. Wren, the pro prietor of a South Main street restaurant, charged with asHauuing William Brcnnan, a bartender, with a coffee cup, was con tinued in police court yesterday until Sat urday, lirennan not being able to appear In court iut yet. Word was received here yesterday by friends of the death at Silver Creek, Neb., from pneumonia, of Dr. John Stoddard, a former Council Bluffs boy. Dr. Stoddard attended tho high school here and was well known In this ity. He was a nephew of F. II. Hill of thla city. Henry G. Miller, aged 81 years, died yes terday from paralysis, at 218 Vine street. One daughtfr. Mrs. L. Otto of this city, seven grandchildren and three great grand children survive hl.n. Deceased was a vet eran of the civil war and a member of Excelsior Masonic lodge. He had been a resident of Council Bluffs for thirty-six years. Arrangements for the funeral will tie made today. The police were called yesterday after noon to stop the haxing of the newly ad mitted freshmen to the high school. The new arrivals, at the cloee of school yes terday, were seised and taken to a vacant block, where they hair waa shorn with Jackknlves. Some of the parents com plained and Detective Callaghan waa de tailed to atop the haxing. Dan Farrell, an Individual who wae re cently ejected from the email store house of the Canton Bridge company In the local Burlington railroad yards, which he had occupied for a long time, on the claim that ho was an employe of the company, was given fifteen days on bread and water by Police Judge Scott yesterday for being drunk and creating a disturbance la a Main street restaurunt Sunday. H. D. Emery and Miss Minnie Beerup, both of Omaha, were married In this city last evening, the ceremony being performed by Rev. W. 8. Barnes at the First Preehy terlan church parsonage. The bride and groom were accompanied, by several friends from Omaha and it transpired that the wedding was directly the result of a wager made at a friend's house a few nlK'hts ago across the river. . The young people had been keeping company for some time and a friend the other night twitted them on not getting married and dared them to, offering at the aamo time the wagtr of 1:15. The young couple took the dare and the wager and conseutientlv have $2o of their friend's money with which to start housekeeping on. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 230. Night, F687. Real Estate Transfers. These transfers were reported to The Bee January 30 by the Title, Guaranty and Trust company of Council Bluffs: Mary EVernham et al to W. C. Dickey, nc4, nwn, sVs, nw, n4, aw 14, 28-77-44. w. d Lancaster Savings bank to Maggie C. " ' mormon, tot a, oiocx i, Bockett s add., w. d 1 800 200 1 650 87 Isaac Beers Rohrer to F. J. Schnorr. lot 11. block 8. Crawford's add., w. d.' r. I. Schnorr and wife to William Hill, oi ki, diock v, urawiorcj s auu., w. a. Hannah Hlers and husband to John London, lot 25. part 24, C. B. ft (J. R. R. add.. Careon. w. d Recelvera of Officer & Pusey to P. C. DeVol. Jr.. part lot 1. block 1, Bay lies' 1st add., d Mary Kvernhnm, administratrix, to W c. uicRpy, ne1. nwy, s4, nwl, n4 wtt, 28-77-44, d 7.810 Seven transfers, total 88,948 Plumbing and Heating.'' Blxby at Bon. Old-Woild Processes The best hand processes. as well as the finest grapes. are used m marling Champagne. The proper fermenting and aging of a champagne is a delicate matter. You cannot make good wine by machinery. Each bottle is inspected every day for months. When it comes to yourtabla it is a perfect champagne. CHATTEL LOANS A. A. CLARK tt CO Eubllh MM. nxiew.r n Mils St. oT.r ri.rae's Skae gtra Ton ess borrow any uaauu aa Mttlo, fc.rne, souwhote furniture or so cnstt.l SKmruy. rtrmlt esa aud. principal st any tlm. ta ftuit korreww, an. InterMt rwl u ecmrdlitslr. An bualnM oosfloVnllal. Lrfw.tt ralM. Offloa aoaa enry ai.alDf UU I W; saturaay stasias till s. LEWIS CUTLER MORTICIAN 28 PEARL ST.""" Lady Attendant If Desired. RAILWAY TIME CARD Coatlaaed. BtBLIHttTOM fTATIOM-lOTH hlASO.1 Uarllantoa. Leave. Arrive. 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Twin City Passenger . ,b 8:88 am b 8:18 pm ioux City Passenger.. a 1:00 pm all:Mam Oakland Local b 8 48 pm b 8.10 am A daily, b daily exoepl Sunday 4 dalif Slo4' I batatua.v a i eaiui ui, a jiia 'tdayt W- J if KTA fW- BLUFFS JURY TO HEAR DOTLE CASE Judge Thernell OnrralN Motion to Trans fer It to Equity Docket REVIEW OF THE FAMOUS LITIGATION Former Jary Flxe4 Price of Mlnlagr Itoek Too High to Salt the Views of the Barrens Coart, Which Reversed Case. The famous mining suit of James Doyle against James F. Burns, president of the Portland Gold Mining company of Colorado, will have to be tried again to a Jury In the district court. Judge' Thornell yesterday handed down his decision overruling the motion of the defendant to transfer the caae to the equity docket. The deolslon la a signal victory for Doyle. As to Burns' cross bill. Judge Thornell ruled that It could be transferred to the equrty docket, but that the law action must be first tried. In the event, however, rf Doyle securing a verdict In his favor at the trial of the law action there would be little. If anything, left for Burns to try in an equity cause. In overruling the defendant' motion to transfer the suit to the equity deckot Judge Thornell held that Burns had the right In the law action to 'set up in defense the matters of expenditure he claim to have made In developing the mining properties In controversy. Burns had denied that at any time he had been trustee for Doyle for the atock which the latter claimed, and the court In Its ruling on the motion to transfer stated he could not see why Burns could demand an accounting without admitting a trus teeship. Nothing had been offered, the court said, which deprived Doyle of his right to try his claim to the property to a Jury. Former Trial of the Case. At the former trial in December, 1901, Doyle secured a verdict for 8446,922.73, but unless the Jury at the forthcoming trial finds that he la entitled to part of the rtock of the Devil's Own mine this amount must necessarily be materially reduced. The su preme court in sending the case back for retrial held that the Jury had erred In al lowing 83 a share for the stock, which It decided Doyle was entitled to. The Jury, according to the ruling of the supreme court, should have figured the stock at 76 cents or $1.04 per share. Doyle In his orlgjnal auit claimed one-half of the stock Usued by the Portland com pany In payment for three claims, known as the Devil s Own, Bob Tall No. 2 and the Tidal Wave. The Jury, however, found that Doyle had no Interest In the Devil's Own. If, however, at the coming trial, Doyle la able to convince the Jury that he was equally entitled to a share of the Devil's Own stock as well as the other two properties, he should secure a verdict about as large as before, but If the Jury finds as before that he Is only entitled to a share of the stock of the Tidal Wave and Bob Tall No. 2, under the finding of the supreme court the verdict roust necessarily be great ly reduced The verdict tecured In 1901 by Doyle car ried with it Judgment for costs amounting' to 88,047 and interest aggregating 88,044. In order to take the case to the supreme court and aeeure an arrest of Judgment Burns had to file a supersedeas bond in the sum of 8660,000, which was f urnistn d by. three eastern bonding companies. ' Beam an Is Acquitted. F. R. Beaman, formerly local manager of the Equitable Home association, who was lndloted on a charge of conducting a build ing and loan business without a certificate from the state, .was discharged In district court yesterday, Judge Thornell, on motion of the'defense, taking the case from the Jury and ordering a verdict for the de fendant. The outcome of the case was due to the fact that the state legislature In enacting laws governing building and loan companies failed to repeal the old ones. The result was that at the time this Indict ment waa returned against Beaman there were laws on the statute books making the offense charged both a mlsdeamanor and a felony. The Indictment was held by the court faulty, In that It did not specify whether the state sought to punish the de fendant for a misdemeanor or a felony. The fault. Judge Thornell stated, in ordering the case tnken from the Jury, lay rather Wjlth the legislature than with the county attorney. . Beaman was Indicted along with S. P. Hughes, an employe of the same company. Hughes waa discharged on a technicality and to avoid a similar result County At torney Klllpack brought the case against Beaman again before the grand Jury and secured a new Indictment, which, according to Judge Thornell'a ruling yesterday, also proved faulty. Herman Miller, Indicted on a charge of assaulting Sophie Verpoorten, a young girt of Underwood, with criminal Intent, was permitted to plead guilty to a simple as sault and battery charge and was sentenced to thirty days In the county Jll. Judge Thornell, who had adjourned court for one week to enable him to dispose of a number pf equity cases which he had heard and taken under advisement, did not have the leisure that he had anticipated. Instead of occupying the week, ao he had expected, he waa obliged to hold court every day last week In Sidney, allowing him but little op portunity to devote to the cases he had under advisement. Edwin D. Baker Dies. Edwin D. Baker died at Omaha Sunday, aged 87 years. Mr. Baker was one of the pioneer pharmacists of Council Bluffs, hav ing located here In 1868 and practiced phar macy la this city' continuously from 1870 to 183S. '. He was born In Schenectady, N. T., In 1818, and graduated from Union col lege In 1840, and later waa admitted to the New Tork bar. Mr. Baker waa a class mate of Chester A. Arthur. Three sons are left to mourn his loss, Edwin D., Jr.. and Walter of Omaha, and Robert W. of Al blon. Neb. , The funeral will take place today at I p. m. from De Long's mission, Upper' Broadway- Interment at Walnut BUI cemetery. HearlnaT oat Llvina-ston Case. An Information charging J. D. Richard son with the larceny of two bundles of Clothing from a ahed on the premises of Mrs. McNIeoe, JE28 Avenue B, was filed In the superior court yesterday and the young man's preliminary bearing set for Wednes day. The hearing of J. A. Richardson, father at the young man under arrest. Is set for this morning. The elder Richardson is. charged with vagrancy. Investigation by the police shows that the Rlchardsons have been occupying the cellar of a small house on Worth street there being- thre beds In tb pne apartment Th police aay th Rlchardsons were driven out of Omaha. John Whltcomb, who confessed to break ing Into and looting the Lower residence on Bluff street. wsjv4 preliminary exam ination In polic court yesterday morning and was be-ind ever to th grand Jury. His ball was fixed at 8400. In default of whlrh be waa committed to the county Jail. Whit comb In court ascribed his downfall to drink. He said that owing to his love for liquor he had been unable to hold any Job and finally had resorted to burglary for a livelihood- Whltcomb admitted robbing the residence of Everett Frye, sexton of Walnut Hill cemetery.. After Whltcomb had been re moved to the county Jail Frye called to eee Whltcomb and the latter Informed him where he could recover his property In Omaha. ROBERTS HAS TOO M A3 V WIVES Law Permits One and He la Said Poasees Three. P. F. Roberts, a salesman traveling out of Council Bluffs, Is either a much ma ligned or a much married man. According to Sheriff Frank Brant of De Kalb county, Missouri, who was In the city yesterday making inquiries, Roberts Is a much mar ried man, seeing that there are no less than three women claiming to have the right to call him husband. Wife No. L according to Bherlff Brant, live In Ash ford, N. C; wife No. 2 In Maysvllle, Mo., while wife No. 3, when last heard from, which was about a week ago, was on the road with Roberta Roberts arrived in Council Bluffs about two months ago with wife No. 3, whom he had married In Omaha, and obtained a position with the De Long Printing com psny as traveling salesman for an adver tising specialty. Harvey De Long, man ager of the company, heard from Roberts last Tuesday, when the latter wrote from Shenandoah stating he was next going to Clarlnda. Investigation by Mr. De Long shows that Roberts did not go to Clarlnda and he haa not heard from him since. Rob erts had overdrawn his expense account about $20. Mrs. Roberts No. 8 was slclt when she arrived In Council Bluffs and had to be removed to the Woman's Christian aeso ciatlon hospital. According to Sheriff Brant and Detective Davis of the Omaha police force, who waa here yesterday with the Missouri sheriff, Roberts married the wo man now with him on compulsion In or der to right the wrong he had done her. The marriage took place after Roberta had been arrested on complaint of the woman. While In thla city Roberta and his wife boarded with Mrs. Maggie Wlatt, 38 Fourth street. They left town forgetting to pay Mrs. Wlatt $18 which they owed for board. While the officers yesterday were not In clined to give out much Information con cerning the case. It Is understood that wife No. 1 In Ashford, N. C, had been on the trail of her recreant husband for some time and, learrftig that Roberts had con tracted another marriage in the Missouri town, wrote Sheriff Brant and placed the matter In his hands. Brant In tracing Roberts went to Omaha, where he learned from the police there the story of the man's forced marriage to wife No. 3. Marrlaa-e Licenses. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following: ' Name and Residence Age. W. C. Apgar, Cincinnati, O SS Fannie Vltek. Chelwa. ja F. P. Kotinovskv. Fremont, Neb .". 21 Anna Peterson, Fremont 19 J. K. Belor. South Omaha H7 Florence Klein. South Omaha 85 H. D. Emery. Omithn m Minnie Beerup, Omaha 2 Harvey H. Encllsh. Omaha . j Luella Boone. Omaha 20 DISLIKE THE HETBIRV BILL Marehn.il County Farmers Policy of President, Indorse MARBHALLTOWN, la., Jan. 30-(Spe. clal.) At the recent meeting of the Corn Belt' Meat Producers" association held In this city tho matter of the prevailing dis crimination in freight rates came up for discussion, and the feeling of the associa tion was shown by a resolution Introduced by.Merrltt Greene, and adopted by the association. The resolution in full was as follows: That whereas, discriminations against the Iowa farmer and stock raiser by the railroad companies have been thoroughly proven, the details of said discriminations so clearly pointed out, the expose of the situation so ably demonstrated by the press of Iowa and elsewhere, the total lack of any redress offered by the railroad com panies to the grievous complaints of the Iowa farmer. Resolved. That we itfuannrnv. nt th. 1.111 Introduced by the Hon. W. P. Hepburn to amend the present Interstate commerce iw as naving no usefulness In curing the evils complained of, and in Its operation would be even worse than the oppressions unaer tne present law, that present tho ucuiuriuw conditions stated. Ana oe it rurther resolved, That the farmers of Iowa will view with great dis trust any Inactivity on the part of our senators and congressmen, when opportune we iit-nriii inemseivea ior tnelr usefulness. livid,, ,wuii;iou. LOCOMOTIVE BOILER EXPLODE! Three Men Who Were Aboard Are In atantly Killed. CEDAR RAPIDS, la,, Jan. 80. (Special Telegram.) Rock Island engine 1,442 ex piooea while running at a high rate of peed Just thla side of Solon and three men were Killed. This Is the same class of engine that blew up near Davenport some weeks ago and killed two men. The engine toaay was a total wreck, the telegraph wires were broken and aix cars of stock were more or less badly Injured. The dead: PvnTVlTirD xwrrr r T a r . . rville. FIREMAN C. R. SMITH, Cedar Rapids. BRAKEMAN Jv KELLT. Cedar Rapids. Fireman Smith had been In the employ of the Rock Island lesa than a week, having come here from the Northern Pacific. The coroner ofN Johnson county went to the scene of the accident to bold an Inves tigation. District Court at Logan. LOO AN, la., Jan. . (Special.) Tomor row morning at 10 o'clock the January term of the Harrison county district court will convene at the Logan court house with Hon. N. W. Macy of Harlan presiding as Judge. The bar docket has Just been Issued and contains 168 cases, of which a are criminal, 47 are probate, 88 are equity and 128 are law. In th matter of th Stat of Iowa against John N. Whlteman the defendant was Indicted charged with the desertion of the wife he was compelled to marry. In th But of Iowa against John Garner of Woodbine Garner Is alleged to have sold liquor without a license. Tho matter of the Incorporated Town of Logan against A. Wolf I also on the docket Suit la also brought against Dr. C. B. McColm, who owns the principal drug store at Persia. McColm was Indicted for selling liquor promiscuously. In th matter of the City of Missouri Valley againat John Culavin an appeal has been made to th district court. Msyor J. J. Amtn of Missouri Valley flneu Culavin tlOA for striking a woman on the street. Bakery Changes Hands. LOGAN. la., Jan. 80.-(BpecUO.)-Prio Sceaver, who have for several years past operated - th principal bakery and res taurant at Logan, have dissolved partner ship. Kenneth L. Price withdraws and T. IL Sceaver will continue th business. Coasting Aeeldont I Fatal. CEDAR RAPID8. In.. Jan. .8peclal Telegram.) Forest L. KlrobalL a 14-year-old boy, died today as the result of an ac cident sustained tars weak ago while sliding downhill - SUSPEND DRAKE FRESHMEN Bojs Vske the MisUkt of Trifling With the City Pohoe. MARRIAGE BROKER SUES FOR HIS FEES Ex.Coverner Taylor of Kentucky Likely Cosne to Dee Molaes to Attest Mock Trial at Drake I'nlveratty, (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, Jan. 30.-1 Special.)-Five members of the freshman class of Drake university who telephoned a fake story to one of the newspapers about a class scrap were suspended today on the strength of the story. The boys telephoned that they hiart nlacetl boards over the chimney of th hom of Miss Clements, a sophomore, and had smoked out a sophomore party. For this five members of the freshman class, Including their president were given notice of temporary suspension. They met with the discipline committee of the fac ulty this afternoon and the suspension fixed for a ehort time. The boys placed no obstruction over the chimney of the home, but added that to the story to moke the victory look big. There was a minor scrimmage about the house during the sophomore party which, however, amounted to but little. , The five suspended are Ole KInts of Collins, the president; Harry Penqulte of Colfax, and Charles Griffith, Rollie Snyder and Will Turner, all of Des Molnea Marrlaaro Brokerage Business. The question of whether or not a com mission In the marriage brokerage busi ness can be collected In the courts has been submitted to the supreme court of Iowa, and a decision will be had at th coming court period. William Grobe of Hardin county thought If he could get someone who knew him to go to Chicago and tell at woman there what kind of a man he was and how much land he had he .could induce the woman to marry him. He succeeded in getting Mary Aldrlnger to go and she was very successful. Mr. Grobe died and Mrs. Aldrlnger is trying to dollect 8200 as a commission from his estate. The lower court decided against the commission. Governor Appoints Aides. Governor Cummins today appointed as the Iowa aides to the staff of General Adna R. Chaffee for the Inaugural ceremonies at Washington Colonel I. B. Santee of Dan bury and H. H. Polk of Des Moines, presi dent of the Interurban railway. Colonel San tee repreaents the military and Mr. Polk the civil. The appointments were mode In accordance with the Invitation of General Chaffee. Tnylor'a Trial Postponed. The trial of ex-Governor Taylor of Ken tucky for the murder of William Oobel. before the Drake university law school, will probably not begin until February 20. The governor has signified his desire to come to Iowa and attend the trial in his effort to clear himself of all suspicion before the public, but is not sure of the sttltude of Governor Cummins and fears he might be extradited. Governor Taylor U In close communication with the students who are conducting his defense. Red Oak Guard Election. Ivan E Ellwood of Red Oak has been elected first lieutenant of Company M of the Fifty-fifth to ruccted Owen C. Hawkens, who has moved from the state. Ear! C. Hessler was elected second lieutenant of the same company. State Property Burned. The burning of the Albla armory of Com pany A of the Fifty-fourth regiment con sumed about 84,000 worth of property be longing to the state and government. There was no Insurance carried on the property, though the armory belonging to the guard company was Insured. Afreets Iowa Decisions. ' Decisions of Judge Smith McPherson of the southern district of Iowa are believed to have been affected by the decision of the supreme court In the W. O. Johnson mil road Injury case. Johnson wan ordered to couple an engine to a sleeper out In Ne vada. The engine had a Jenney coupler and the sleeper a Miller hook. The two could be coupled only with a link and pin. Johnson was Injured. The supreme court's decision giving Johnson damages It Is be' Ileved will give two or three cases decided in the state a chance to carry them up and get decisions. Arbor Day ' Backset. Because she waa too active In trying to beautify the school yard at Clarksvtlle, la. for Arbor day, Miss Fannie M. KUnck, thi teacher, lost her position. An eastern paper offered a prhse for the greatest Im provement. A pile of ston disfigured the beauty of the yard and the board refused to do anything, as the stone had been given to men of th district If they would haul It away. So Miss KUnck had the pupils bury the stone. Then the board ordered It dug up and discharged Miss KUnck. By the improvements made she won on of the prizes anyway. FIRE RECORD. Hotel nt Aberdeen. ABERDEEN, 8. D., Jan. SO. -Special Telegram.) Fire In the Commercial hotel today did considerable damage. The build ing; was. badly gutted. The guests escaped uninjured. Business Block at Peabou, Kmn. PEABODY. Kan., Jan. 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