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THE OMAITA VMlft BEE: FRIDAY, AriUL 5, 1007.
8 NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA COUNCIL Office, 10 rmrl Mlf 3R MHTIOI. ryl. drag. " Ftockert Mil carpet . Fin sr. era Tin at LefreTt'. Ed Roger' Tony Faust ber. ; Schmidt' elegant new photo Plumbing and heating, Blxby Son. Lewi Cutler, funeral director, 'phone 17. Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. . Picture framing Alexanders. 133 Broad way. Watrh repairing. O. Mauthe, 228 Wee XSroadway. NEW SPRING STTLES IN SPRING GOODS AT HICKS.' Latest style and pattern! In wait paper, II. Borwlck. Ill South Main. DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT. TALK TO LKFFERT ABOUT IT. I.uthera Oiimn. who waa committed In June, 19itl, to the etate asylum at Clarlnda, liaa been discharged aa cured. We give you absolute satisfaction In our new stock of window shades. Price ac cordingly. Btockert Carpet Co. William B. Flynn and Ethel K. Bell, both of Omaha, were married In thla city yesterday by Rev. Henry DeLon. BUDWEI8ER BOTTLED BEER IS SERVED ONLT AT FlItST-CLASS BARS AND CAFES. L. ROSENFELD CO.. Agt. Prise masquerade ball by Knights and lAdlea Security. Friday. April 6, In Mac eahm hall. Whaley'e orchestra. Ticket K cent. Excelsior Masonic lodge will meet to right for work in the third degree. After the Initiatory exercise a banquet will be jerved. O. 8. Barrltt haa been reappointed su perintendent of the county poor farm at McClelland for another year at a salary of I1M a month. Illinois nut coal, delivered, JR. 50 per ton; padre grate, S8.60 per ton. William Welsh, 14 North Main street. TeL 128. Tard Eighth street and Eleventh avenue. Tel. 977. At the meeting of Council Bluff lodge Of Elks this evening the newly elected officers will be Installed. Lunch will be aervcd after the meeting and a social ses sion held. - See our line of Junior gasoline stove. ovens, lawn fence, poultry lence, lawn mower, garden tools, seeds of all kinds t th havln on hand the mnnev neres In bulk. etc.. etc. J. Zoller Mer. Co. 'Phone i llon' l"cy navlr on nana me money nece- XX. 110-102-106 Broadway. O. E. Snethen and Mis Clara R. Eck tiart, both of this city, were married last evening at the home of the bride's parents, JftO Fecond avenue. Rev. O. O. 8m1th of the First Congregational church officiat ing. At the First Congregational church last evening the annual Easter parish dinner Whs served by the women of the congre gation. About 170 were present and a most enjoyable time was had. The church par lors, in which the banquet was served, were most tastefully decorated. 'Owing to the presentation of "College Chums at the New theater next Thurs day by a enste composed of Omaha and Ciuncll Bluff amateurs for the benefit ef the Creche building fund of the Asso ciated Charities, a basar which the as sociation proposes holding has been post poned until April 24, 26 and 35. John O'Nell, W. H. Babbington, J. Car roll and J. M. Wilkin were arrested about 1 o'clock Wednesday night by Detective Richardson after they had broken the glass In the window of the store of W. Arnd & Bon, on South Main street, and were help ing themselves to the goods Inside. The young fellows started to run, when the officer arrived on the scene, but he cov ered them with hi revolver and marched 11 four to the city Jail, a distance of ten blocksV Their hearing In police court yes terday was continued until this morning. Vine Watch Repairing;. W mean Just what w say we abso lutely guarantee to return your watch to jrou In perfect condition, no matter what ' condition It may have been in when brought to us for repair. Our Mr. Plella Is an acknowledged expert In watch repair ing, and so confident are w In hi ability . that we give you our personal guarantee, licfferta, reliable jeweler. Gardes Tool Specials. Good garden rake, 20c; steel garden hoe, SSe ; steel shovels and spades, too; I-pleo floral sets, lOo; extra heavy spading fork. -J6c; good wheelbarrow, $1.60; garden, and grass seed, onion seta, etc., etc. ' We have th goods and th price. J. Zoller Mer. Co.. 'Phone 120. 100-109-10 Broadway. Call and see our new line of golf goods; the silk pneumatic ball, fiOo each. . Now 1 oiling our former 60c ball for S&c and 160 ball for 26c This week only. jf. A. Maurer. The ladle of the Congregational church will serve their annual Easier supper Thursday evening, April 4, in the church parlors, from to t o'clock. Price, 2Sc CENTRAL FLOUR, $1.06 PER SACK; EVERY SACK WARRANTED. CENTRAL GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET. THONES ti. Marriage Licenses. Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to th following: Name and Residence. Age. Crtlstopher Schmidt, Emerald, Neb. M Mary Becker, Emerald, Neb 18 Oren E. Snethen, Council Bluffs 28 Clara D. Ecsert. Council Bluff 14 William K. Flynn, Omaha Ethel E. Bell, Omaha 17 SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER DEBILITY Many people who talk to m say: "I feel half alck all the time. I don't Juat know that' th matter with me Thl I general de bility. If vry common. People who get it In thl hap hav. my ympathy. They aren't alck enough for bed so they drag around and their families get exasperated with B. McDADE. them. There are two cause for this condition; bad habits and a weak stomach. By bad habit I mean eating Irregularly and too fast and not chewing th food thoroughly. The stomach give out and loss of appetite, bllllousnesa, constipation and general de bility result. First get the stomach In shape and then be more careful lu the future, and 'the worn out, despondent, half sick feeling will be a thing of th past. Two bottle of Cooper" New Discovery will put th stomach in shape. Common ens will do th rest. There are fifty thousand people in thl country who know thla to b true, because they've tried It Here' a letter from one of them:. "I was all run down from overwork, lost, ambition and energy and could not sleep. It wa difficult for me to attend to my work, owing to that tired out feel ing.' I secured two bottle of the New Discovery medicine and determined to try It. Th result delighted ma. for renewed Strength and vigor and energy came with the first few doses. It's effect was ulffer sat 'from anything I had ever taken. I finished the two bottle now and feel Well and strong again." E. McDade, SSI pii,Av., Detroit, Mich- W hear favorable report of these fa mous medicine every day. Ask u about them. BEATON DRUG COMPANY, Oorae lata a4 raraaoi Bta, Oaaaaa, . ? .... ..... - BLUFFS BU Tel. 4S. FIGURING ON LIGHT BILLS Count Board Consider Flu fox Geaeratlnf Its Own Eleotrloity. , COMMITTEE READY TO REPORT ON BA1RD Board Sow Wlllla to Act a Petltloa for icho-ol HmM Rs4 Wasted by Director of Wright Towuhlp. The Board of Supervisor yesterday dis cussed the advisability of Installing an electric lighting plant for the county court house and jail. It 1 the opinion of the board that it would be an economical propo sition, although no estimate have a yet been obtained on the coat of Installing such a plant. There are two or three such In dependent electric lighting plant In this city and It I said they can be operated at considerable less expense than the rate charged by the lighting company. Super visors Baker and Bulll were appointed a committee to Investigate the advisability of Installing such a plant and to secure figure on the probable cost. W. B. Reed and J. M. Matthew, the committee employed by the board to check up the book of County Recorder Balrd to ascertain the amount he had over charged patron of the office on filing fees, notified the board that they would be pre pared to aubtnlt their report today. The board devoted considerable time yesterday to a discussion of the situation with reference to the proposed school road In Wright township. The school director of that township asked the board several months earn to establish .the road In nues eary to meet the expense of the right-of-way. After a commissioner appointed by the board had reported favorably on the proposed road, the board came to the con clusion that It lacked jurisdiction and that the county superintendent of school waa the proper person to attend to the matter. Superintendent Jackson did not look upon It in the same light that the supervisor did and refused to appoint referee to con demn the ground necessary for the road or to take any steps In the matter. Recently the supreme court has passed upon a some what similar case, holding that It waa the duty of the supervisor and not that of the county superintendent of schools to es tablish such school roads. The supervisor are now willing to act In the matter pro vided a new petition for the establishment of the road I presented to them. Jewelry Remodeling and Repairing at Lefferts We' do absolutely the beat' work In the city, because we have the largest equipped shop and employ only the finest and best skilled workmen. There la noth ing in the repair line we cannot do no matter how badly broken or how many part missing. Bring us In a trial job just to show you what w can da .We feel confident that once a customer, you will aiways be a customer. All work done promptly and price reasonable. Lsfferta, reliable jeweler. TICKETS FOR "COLLEGE CHUM," TO BE GIVEN AT NEW THEATER APRIL U FOR CRECHE BUILDING FUND. NOW ON SALE AT CLARK'S DRUG STORE. Real Estate Traasfer. These transfer were reported to The Bee by the Pottawattamie county Ab stract company of Council Bluffs: James O. Connor and wife to Vlnnle M. Crosier, a-40 ft el20 ft and alO ft wH7 ft lot 3. block 10, Cochran's Ad.. Council Bluffs. Ia., w d $1,400 Harry K. Seltser and wife to Emma Perrv. Dart swV iwU see. 14-76-42. w d 1.080 Sam Davis and wife to Levi A. Learned, lot 1, block 14. Evans' Sec ond Bridge Ad.. Council Bluffs, w d.. 1,000 Fsnnle M. Glen and husband to Mary Post, lot 19, block 14, Mill Ad., Council Bluffs, w d J.100 Hary K. Seltser and wife to Emma tv. Beitser, lot M, mock is, iiign land Place Ad., Council Bluffs, and all of lot 7. block 13. DeBeers' Ad- all of lot 21, block 18, Highland Place Ad.. Council Bluffs, w d 660 L. A. Casper and wife to Michael Btauch, wVs lot 10, block 6, Prospect Place. Council Bluffs, w d 100 B. P. Shephard to S. E. Osborn, lot 8, block 20, Central Sub., Council Bluffs, w d 40 William Weston and wife to Annie Weston, part ne4 ne4 sec. 11-1 4-44, 30 d ward Tletge to Edith E. Tletge, part se4 nwfc S-74-4S. w d 1 1 Total, nine transfers.... .$,27J Heirs of Sarah J. Johnson to Mary E. Rupp. sH e S4-77-S8, q O d.... $3,200 Frank Bpencer and wife to Chris topher Tracy and Peter P. Leuck, cart lots I and 3, block- 28. Neola, la., w d J.300 D. W. Otis and wife to Helen M. Wheeler. 36 ft lot 71, Original Plat Council Bluff, w d 1.626 Christopher Tracy to Frank Spencer, part lot 3, block 27, Neola, la., w d.. 1.200 Thomas J. Bvana to W. R. Fry, lota 1 and t, block 21, Bvans' Second Bridge Add., Council Bluff's, w d ... 150 Hnry Paine and wife to Jamea Nel ton, lots 20, 21 and 21. block 87, Rati- road Add., Council Bluffs, w. d 106 Horace G. Gould to Margaret L. Me Qao, lota i and 4, block 20, MulUn' Sub., Council Bluffs. w d 800 Standard Manufacturing Company to Chicago, Burlington A Oulncy Rati- . way Company, part lota i, 2, 3 and 4, block 1, Wright' Add., and part lot 4. block 38, Central Bub., Council Bluff, d . 1 Union Stock Yard National Bank to . Grace F. Swearengen, lota 1 II and . block 3, Thompson'a Add., Council Bluffs, w d wO Thomas B. McPherson and wife to Union Stock Yards National Bank, Iit f A mnA K hlnrlr S. ThnniD- son's Add., Council Blurt, w d 10 Total $9,291 F. A. SPENCER. Plumbing, steam and ga fitting, furnace and sheet metal work, galvanised Iron cor nice, skylight, tin roofing, gutter, spouting and repairing, Oreen and Norfolk furnace. First-class mechanics In all branch. Both telephone No. 890. 158 West Broad way, Council Bluffs, la. Why should you come to me with your repair work? Because your own Interests demand It. I do not trust your work to other. I do it myself, and thus see that it Is done In first-class sty Is, so that you will feel Ilk speaking about It to your friend a being a good pleoe of jewelry, optical or watch work. In that way my buslneas keep climbing up. Bring In your work and let m convince you. O. Mauthe, 228 West Broadway. N. Y. Plumbing Co. TeL 260. Night L-86S. fc'o Rabbtan aa Paveaseat. Any buslneas firm or person sweeping waste paper or other rubbish onto th paved street will be subject to arrest. Th police have orders to strictly enforce the ordinance prohibiting th Uttering of the streets in thl manner. During th last few day the police department ha served upwards of 100 printed notices con taining th provision of the ordinance in question upon merchant and othora whose place of business ar on th principal street. If these notice ar disregarded Chief Richmond aunounoes that he will be obliged to reeurt U drUo measure to keep the streets free from wast paper and other rubbish. Matter la District Ceart. . Msyr.s & Ilass'.ton, tlie attorneys who appear for a number of the saloon keeper against whom J. Brown has brought In junction suits In the district court, have followed the lead of County Attorney Hess and yesterday filed motion in each case In which they are Interested, to strike from the files the petitions, alleging that Brown Is not qualified to practice In the courts of Iowa or to file pleading therein and that by so doing ha I In contempt of oonrt. The trial of Roy Oreen,. against whom In dictment were returned on the charge of stealing two overcoat from the store of the John Beno company. Is scheduled for this morning. Oreen waa brought over yesterday from Omaha, where he was serv ing a jail sentence. He at first refused to return without a requisition, but later con sented to accompany Deputy Sheriff Wool man across the river. The trial would have been begun yesterday, "but Oreen asked for time to secure hla witnesses. The local authorities have been after Oreen for a long time, but this I the first case In which they claim they have a good case against him. He Is the fellow who last summer made a sensational getaway from the Grand hotel, where he was discovered roaming about the corridors and entering room with the presumed Intention of rob bery. It I the Intention of the state to (how that Oreen wa twice convicted and sentenced In Sioux City for larceny. end Them Along;. Send along your house, barn or any other lumber bill thst you contemplate having erected. Our stock Is large and Is bought at the right prices. We are In a position to make the lowest figures on any thing' In the building line. Also we make prompt deliveries. C. Hafer Lumber Co.. 136 Broadway, Council Bluffs. 'Phone 202. We can save you all the bother In house cleaning. Send your carpets and rug to be cleaned by the new sanitary process to the Council Bluff Cleaning Co., M N. Main St. Threatening- Letter Caasc Trouble. Edward C. Jacob of Avoca, la., waa brought before United State Commissioner N. A. Crawford yesterday, charged with sending a threatening letter through the mail to Jurgen Tamma, a saloon keeper of that town. Jacobs, It I charged, wrote to Tamma, demanding from him $100, other wise he would do certain things to him that would make Tamma regret that he had not given up the money. Tamma noti fied the poatoffice authorities and Postoffice Inspector Swanson called to see Jacob. Swanson acted the part of an emissary from the saloon keeper and suggested that Jacobs reduce his demand. Thla Jacobs declined to do and then Inspector Swanson revealed hi Identity. Jacob wa arrested and brought before Commissioner Craw ford, who held him In the sum of $400 to await the action Of the federal grand jury In September. Jacobs 1 a barber and during the March term of district court at Avoca was before Judge Wheeler on a charge of being a dipsomaniac. He waa ordered sent to the State Hospital for Inebriates at Knoxvllle, but the court suspended the sentence dur ing good behavior. Tamma is one of the Avoca saloon keepers against whom J. Brown, the saloon crusader from Kansas, recently filed an Injunction suit, Our line of talking machines is complete Edison's, Victor, Columbia anything In the high grade line alwaya on hand. Bourlclua Piano House, 338 Broad wsy, where the organ stand upon th building. Come and see It. We don't expect you to buy unless you are thoroughly satisfied. It Is our new stock of lace curtain we wan.t to show you. Stockert Carpet Co. West End Clan Kntertalns. The West Council Bluff Improvement club gave a moat enjoyable entertainment last evening at It clubhouse, which wa attended by a large number of the resi dents of that section of the city. William J. Leveret t gave a most Interesting descrip tion of the first trip from Council Bluffs across the Rockies, illustrated by stereo p tlcon and moving viewa. Mrs. Leveret t gave an equally Interesting description of foreign lands. Miss Myers and Mis Bese lin of Omaha assisted on the program with a number of vocal selections, as did James Leverett with violin selections. The Cement Seaaea at Hand. If you intend doing any cement work do not fall to call on George A. Hoagland for price on cement, sand, crushed rock, etc Have juat unloaded 1,000 barrel of Port land oemtnt sod can make you very at tractive price Ollsaore Barled at Tobias. Arrangements were made yesterday to send the body of F. H. Gilmore of Camp bell, Neb., who met death by asphyxiation at the Kiel hotel Tuesday night, to To bias, Neb., today.' The funeral probably will be held there Sunday. Mr. Gilmore waa an old-time member of the Woodmen of the World, and the officers of the local camp have attended to all arrangement for the (hipping of the remain and other details, POTATOES Vary choloe potatoes, Ko per bushel. Bridensten A Smith, 14tn Aye. and th St. Both phones 183. ICE CREAM SEASON NOW OPEN. BEND IN YOUR ORDERS, WE ARE READY TO FILL THEM. I. MUCCI, 218 BROADWAY. COUNCIL BLUFFS, I A. lewa New Note. TABOR Mr. Samuel Eates, sr., died at her home, three miles northwest, Thurs day morning. The funeral will be Satur day. ATLANTIC Prof. C. M. Cole, for the last nine years superintendent of the At lantic, publlo schools, and for a year pre vious principal of the high scnool. handed his resignation to the president of the board last night. Prof. Cole had just been re-elected for another year, with but one dissenting vote, but decided that the salary was not nign enough. ATLANTIC Put OBrlen. for years a resident of Atlantic, and who haa bven em ployed In the packing houses of riouth Omaha as a carpenter for the lust few years, recently Inherited a fortune of $tn,0uO by the death of a relative. His family has now moved to Omuha, where they will make their future home. Mr. O'Brien still retains his position in the parking plant, the same aa before he Inherited hi fortune. 8T. LOUS IHOK MARKET. The Brows gas Co. Report gain In Maroh shipment over March. 1906. (235.242.89. and their order re oelpta for eama month were $400,000.00 In ex ecs ot March, They also announce that the great increase In bustma on Buster Brown Blu Ribbon Shoe ha ne cessitated a rush addltioo to their Blue Ribbon plant In thl city, giving it an out put of over 6,000 pairs a day, and making It America's largest factory producing high grade shoes for girls. Heeard far Dead Letter. WASHINGTON. April 4--Th division of dead letters broke all record bj return ing to senders during the month of March 374,3?$ undelivered letters and package. In March, 1908, th number returned waa 338.438. Th record for a single day In th returning branch of the division was also broken during last month, whes 14,488 letter wcr returned oa the Kith DOUBT ABOUT ADJOURNMENT teoiti fanes ftesolntisn Fix nr fcaturday Tima for Feraiona ta Eou. HOUSE NOT LIKELY TO AGREE TO PROPOSAL rfcaaa-e la Date Alae Indaees Hons ta Reconsider Concarreaeo la Anti-Pass Bill and It Now Goes to Conference. (From a Staff Correspondent. DES MOINES, April 4.-(Speclel Tele gram. -.The senate late today passed a resolution fixing Saturday for final adjourn ment of the legislature, and then defeated a motion to reconsider the resolution, so that tomorrow the resolution will go to the house. It Is expected, however, that the house will change It so that th matter will still be left In the hands of the senate. and a later date be fixed, aa lending mem ber of both house declare that they can not possibly get through by Saturday. The senate passed a bill appropriating $56,000 for th completion of the buildings at the tuberculosis hospital at Iowa City. The house passed a bill to allow women to vote at school elections and a bill to establish a woman'a reformatory at Waverly. Teter of Marion Introduced a bill In the house prohibiting females from appearing on the stage In tight unless covered by a skirt reaching at leaat four Inches below the knees. Anti-Pass Bill to Conference. Because of the change In the day of adjournment,' the houae today reconsidered It vote concurring In the senate amend merrt to the anti-pass law. and voted not to concur. The only reason why the house concurred in the first Instance waa because It thought that if the legislature adjourned Friday there was not time to send the bill to a conference committee. The bill aa It passed the house prohibited nearly every one from riding on a pass. The senate amended it so a to allow two doctors and one lawyer in each county for each rail road to ride on passe. The house claim that these are just the people that It is desired to prohibit from riding on passes, arguing that In too many Instance the only fee is the pass and that the bill In that form would be In fact making legal pro vision for a political railroad ring In each county. Because of the other people that the bill prohibited from riding on passes the house wa willing to accept the amend ment when it thought there wa not lime to get a better bill. By it action today the bill will go to a conference committee and the house will endeavor to get the senate amendment stricken out. Goes After Harvester Company. The house today, without discussion or debate, adopted the resolution by Miller of Bremer directing the attorney general to make an Investigation of the Interna tional Harvester company, and with the further direction that if It waa found that evidence sufficient existed to prove the company a trust he should begin proceed ings to prevent the company from doing business In Iowa. . Bills passed by the house today Include one by Meredith providing for a state board of osteopathic examiners; a bill al lowing judge of superior courts to practice law; a bill prohibiting selling or giving liquor to rfflnor or drunkard; a bill pro viding for a legislative commission to visit the three educational Institution just be fore the convening of the next session and report on the appropriation needs of each'; a bill directing boards of supervisors In counties bordering on Missouri to confer with Missouri supervisors on making of roads on the border line. The house today concurred in senate amendments to the bill fixing the salary of county . attorneys, to the bill allowing supervisors to let Interurbans use the pubHc highway, the bill changing the de partment of issuing notary commissions to the governor's office, the bill allowing a right-of-way for an lnterurban across the grounds at Mount Pleasant, the bill re lating to cattle guards, the bill to allow appeala from the board, of review by of ficials in behalf of the people. By the action of the house all these bills now go to the governor for his signature. House Member Incensed. Member of the house are incensed at what they term the "highhanded methods" of the senate committee on railroads in taking secret ballots to kill off the re ciprocal demurrage bill, the Do ran speed limit bill and the Holmes sleeping car rate bill. They declare that such a pro ceeding haa been unheard of and that the legislature might just aa well Introduce such method Into the house and senate for voting on the bills and resolution that are offered. They talk about the methods being similar to the court star chamber methods of the dark ages and the like. The reciprocal demurrage bill and the Doran speed limit bill have been discussed at every farmers' Institute In the state for several year and It 1 claimed th farmer are In deadly earnest over th adoption of the bill, and the Idea of the senate com mittee killing them off by a secret ballot after the bills had passed the house by a big vote Is something they say they will not tolerate. Members of th senate com mittee claim that It waa a house member who brought th aecret ballot to th senate and that a secret ballot In the house thla year killed, oft the woman suffrage resolu tion. - More for Colleges. The senate committee on approprlatlona ho agreed upon adding to the annual sup port fund of the State university $36,000, Instead of the $20,000 which waa reported In the committee bill. The friends of the university have been complaining bit terly of the niggardly treatment of the Institution and say that they deserve mor In view of the enormous increase In the student body in recent years. The com mittee on appropriations has conceded thl much. An effort will be made on the floor to also increase th ' allowance for the State college at Amea. Appoint Parole Board, Th senate received and acted favorably upon the governor's nominations on the parole board: W. H. Berry of Indlanola, P. A. Smith of Bcranton and Dr. J. M. Emmert of Atlantic. Thl board will meet at once and organise, with Berry aa chair man and B. W. Garrett a aeoretary. Both Berry and Emmert have been members of the senate and Smith waa a former mem- RAIN COATS tr GIVE DOUBt DOUBt E SrRVICtT w Don't buy a coat at random. Look for a Kenreign. When you find it you will buy it, for there's nothing like it, and its superiority show all over. Our book," H ow to Jd aa Oveteeet, " Te O.XUtVOfV C, New Ye. N. Y. bef of the house and a veteran of the war. The board Is declared to be a most excellent one. BURKE MAY YET RETAIN JOB Wynmlaar District Attorney, Seeking Re-appointment, Phows He Did Beat Poulhle la I.aad Cases. CHEYENNE, Wyo., April 4. (Special.) There la a growing probability that Hon. Timothy F. Burke, who ha served a United States attorney for the district of Wyoming for eight years, may be reap, pointed. It I known that powerful Influ ence are being brought to bear upon the president to change hi determination to not reappoint Mr. Burke. It was said a few weeks ago that the president did not reappoint Mr. Burke because he did not think he had used sufficient aggressiveness In prosecuting illegal fencers and others, but In the Investigation thnt followed Mr. Burke showed he had done all that could be done with the evidence furnished him, and in other ways he showed that he had conducted his office In an able manner. NEW COTTAGES FOR VETERANS Soath Dakota Woman's Relief Corps Will Fnrnlah Homes Bnllt by Stale. SIOUX FALLS, 8. D.. April 4.-(Bpecil.) In accordance with action taken at a re cent meeting of the state soldiers' home board, preparations now are being made for the erection of a new hospital building at the soldiers' home to. cost $26,000, six new cottages snd a new bakery- The last legislature made the necessary appropria tion for the erection of these buildings. The Women's Relief corps of the state has furnished all the cottages thus far erected at the soldiers' home, and the offer to also furnish the additional cottagea which are to be built has been accepted by the aoldlera' home board. IRVIE AQA1X PRESIDF.XT Wyoming Stock Growers Association Elect Officer nt Cheyenne. CHEYENNE, Wyo.. April 4. (Special.) The Wyoming Stock Grower' association re-elected Hon. William C. Irvine presi dent for another year. He haa held the position for many years. Alexander Bowie of Chugwater wa elected vice president and Miss Alice Smith secretary. The report of the secretary and live stock Inspectors show that the association is In a flourishing condition and during th year haa aaved to ita member many thousands of dollar In catching estray. Revival Stops Divorces. ABERDEEN. S. D., April 4. (Special.) During the revivals which are being held here these days by Evangelist R.'-E. John son, some notable thlnsrs have hanneneri. The latest of these occurrences of note are the reuniting of two families where separa tion had already occurred and which were about to culminate in the filing of suit for divorce. Booth Dakota Brevities. GREGORY The town board has voted to Install cement sidewalks and crossings. This will give Gregory a better appearance to the public. GREGORY The Gregory band gave a concert and ball Inst evening in the old Gregory hotel, which has been wholly re modeled and will be used for store rooms. OREGORY A large gang of men began work yesterday leveling up the track and it was reported that regular service will be established within' the next two weeks. GREGORY J. Q. Loyd arrived from Oklahoma last week and will soon begin the erection of a fine hotel Gregory is much in need of more hotel room.- The hotels are wholly unprepared to take care of the transient and people are compelled to procure sleeping accommodations at private families. Who wilt come to our aid and put in a largo rooming house or hotel ?. YANKTON President H. K. Warren of Yankton college 'Is arranging to take a party to Europe thla summer. England, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Swltserland, France and Italy' will be visited. In the party will be: Miss Alice Klngbury, Sioux Falls, professor In German and French in the college; Miss Grace Baldrldge of Iroquois; Miss Alice Stafford, Volln; Miss Margaret Washabaugh, granddaughter of Governor Edmunds; Miss Kate Curtis of Castlewood and other. YANKTON The first South Dakota state conference of Charities and Corrections adjourned Thursday. Many able ad. dresses were given by the various heads of the state institutions and visiting su perintendents from' Minnesota aand Iowa. One feature of the program was a visit to the State Hospital for Insane, consid ered one of the finest In the world, with its great cement buildings,- large opera house for Insane and other extensive plans for amusing the unfortunates. STORY OF AN EARTHQUAKE Missionary at Bltlls Tells of Suffering; Following Shake in Asia Minor. CONSTANTINOPLE, April 4. The fol lowing dispatch was received here from Rev. Royal M. Cole,' head of the American mission at Bltlls: BITLIS, March 80. At 10 o'clock in the forenoon of March 29 there burst upon us unannounced the , worst earthquake wit nessed In forty years In these or the Era rum volcano regions. Such was its force that our city seemed to be in the Jaws of some monster who would shake us into shreds aa a mastiff does his game. Down came the plastering, the furniture waa overturned, cracks were opened in strong walla, roofs were shattered and rain poured In. During the first day there were four teen shock and they still continue. There have' been altogether eighteen shocks. Of the 4.000 houses here over 300 have fallen and half the remainder have been seriously damaged, about $50 to $So0 being needed to repair each house. The officials report that eight persons were killed by falling walls, but they are all unknown In Bltlls. Many persons were wounded and many churches, mosque and government buildings were damaged. The surrounding villages sus tained heavy shocks, but It was In the day time and so there was no great loss of life. The foreigners at Bltlls are the Rusxlan consul, Charlotte E. Ely. Mary A. Ely. Hoval M. Cole, Mrs. Llztle Cole and Mrs. Nellie A. Cole. Famine price prevail and there la great poverty ana extreme suf fering. PROCURATOR'S PAPERS SEALED Letter M. PoeedaaostaesT Will Be Kept Secret for Tea Year. ST. PETERS BURfJ. April i. The corre spondence and memoir of the late M. Pobedonostseff, ex-procurator general of the Holy Synod, have been deposited under eal In th Kumalntaeft historical museum of Moscow. According to his testamentary directions they will be published at the end of ten years The papers, which are said to rank in Importance with the Bismarck and llohenlohe memoirs. Include extensive correspondence with the last three emper ors, with whom M. Pobedonstseft was on most Intimate terms; letter from many prominent atateamen of the old regime and a aeries of letters from the daughter of the Ppet Tvtcheff, one of the court ladles, whtoh, It I reported, will thrown Intlmat light on hitherto obscure court Intrigue. There also la another series of letter from Prof. Rachinsky, a former colleagu of M. Pobedonostseff at th Moscow uni versity, furnishing a running commentary on th event ot th day. Coasteatla Mar He Cssskt. CHICAGO, April 4. The belief of th local police that the New York police have Krank J. Constantino In custody thers was strengthened today after Captain O'Brlrn . ,t.. I. ..-u I A.tMt4v. htirAU had talkil over the long distance telephone with Chief of Folic Hcliuwjr or urooaiyu. 1 wo at- 'I teotive sieriea lor tirooajyu luuajr ui ee 1st M Ui wauuuuvu Do You Think Fop Yourself ? 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The organ of the cabinet, the Roaala, In. a significant leading article today endeavor to shift the responsibility for th eventual dispersal of the deputies to th shoulder ot the constitutional democrat, though th member of that party have hitherto eon ducted themselves In a moat exemplary manner. The editorial In the Roesla say that a few more debate like that of March 1 on the agrarian question may result lit the dissolution of Parliament . "because they Inspire the peasant with Idea which cannot ever be realised," and add: "The fate of Parliament doe not rest on the malign forces outalde of the house, but In the hands of It serious elements, which must Insist on stopping the revolu tionary agitation in Parliament. A the constitutional democrat claim to be the leading party they are responsible for every speech delivered." riaelaaatl Bank Teller Seateaeed. CINCINNATI, April . Bartholomow O. 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