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THK BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. JUNE 3. 1D00.
Council Bluffs Minor Mention The Ooaaoll Itlaffi OfllM ef th Omaha la at It Boon IHr.et. Ittt Tkoatt . l'.vls. drugs. CORRIGAN". Undertaker. 'Phones Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 37. Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. K. FAUST PKF.R AT ROGERS' BUFFET. I When you' tvant reliable want ad adver Ivlnir. uiie The Hre , f f RAIRn. 'LONGENECKER POLAND, Undertakers. Triune 122, 14 N. Main 8t. I J IT. W. W: MiiK.-trell. optometrist, moved )f VM-2fm City National bank building. i ' W'A NTKP TV ) GOOD CARRIER BOTS t Til CARIir THK HKK. APPLY 15 SCOTT j K'.'IIEET. DEC OFFICE. I I W.AM, PAPER SALK-THE REST BAR- I .!.; i.1-.-tj It ( lil.' 1 tlltl IVMU'lf AT 'i.ii.i.' n I r j ii , 1 1 ' f '. . . - I. I'. CHOCK WELL'S. ' roil MONEY, HO TO IOWA 11AN Lo.. KOOM i. EVERETT. BLK., COR. ,'KAttl, A.NI PROADWAY. ; Excelsior Masonic- lodge .will meet this -venlng In t-pcll communication for work n Hi second dogive. The regular- meeting 'of -the Woman's 'hrlstlan Temperance t'nlon will be held hta afternoon In the club room In the pub ic library building Mrs. L. O. Owen returned yesterday from i visit with rclutlvea at Fort Dodge, la. i he was accompanied home by Miss Mae j )wen, who will visit here for a few weeks. ! The Helping Hand society of St. John s I Cngllsh Lutheran church will meet this I fiernoon at the home of Mrs. A. H. Eaton, 5 10 Twelfth avenue, instead of at the real- tence of Mrs. Maker. !i Owing to the Inability of Chairman Zur nuehleii to be present, the regular monthly -siilon of the Board of Flie and Police I ;'omnilloner. scheduled for last evening, ,ia poHtponed until-this evening, j Rev. C. f. Hanley. pastor of the People's oiipi rational church, will have charge of he .pen Ives at the Union City mission for i he remainder of this week. He will be aa )itrd by trillion workers from Omaha, j Rev. Henry let.ong performed the mar rlajro ceremony 'yesterday for Carter W. 'I. Carson and Leonle Almy, both of this " ity. and for Arthur J. Ilnlcs of Heatrlre, 'j S'eb.. and Pearl S. L'il of Emerald, Neb. ' Mi-. Christine liiiHpn. wife of Chii-t ? f.areen. 1SJ1 South eleventh fln-cl. rttod -edleiday afternoon, noil II C:iii". lie UleM her hu.-btiitd shr liav.s four iltlUiicn. .rtRngementa for the limcral have not jeen Completed. I During the month of May. this year, 111 transfers of real estate with an aggregate Consideration of I.TJS.NO, were filed In the fflce of the county recorder, as against 79 transfers with a total consideration of 210.D96 during the same month In 1308. j Patrolmen Arnold ntirt Gillespie were test-rrtay appointed, by Chief Richmond, nembers of the detective force to fill the acancie. caused a few months ago by he resignations of Detrctivea Weir and allaghrr. Gillespie has been acting as tight detective for some time. ( Mrs. Ryan, the aged wife of William tyan. M3R Fifth avenue, who Is crltlcallv II and not expected to recover, wandered fvway from the house late Monday night ut was later found by the police, who had jieen notified. Ulie was taken to St. Rer lard'a hospital where she ia being cared or. 'i A meeting of the national horticultural ongtess has been colled by President W. ,'!. Keellne for Friday afternoon at 2::i o'clock In the rooms ,of the Commercial lub. The question of secuiinK additional oom for the fruit show In the fall. It Is xpected. will be one of the principal mat ers discussed at this meeting.' Justice J. K. ' Cooper, who moved Into ta new office In the basement of the 4 ounty court house Monday, officiated esterday at three weddings. The couples tarried by -him were Chester H. Morey nd Hazel Sosrd. both of Oienwood, la.: indrer.- Morrill and Ida M. Sullivan, both f . Omaha, and ' XeUon D. Snyder and largaret Mary Qup.ley, both of Omaha. The recelnts In the general fund of the Thrlstlsn Home for last week were S11S.S4. ielng fSS.Ss. below the current needs of he week and Increasing the deficiency to 183.35. The amount ne'dert In the contin ent and Improvement fund for 1901 Is $13, M.M. In the manager's fund the receipt" i-ere $2. being $19 ' belo"' the needs of he week and Increasing the deficiency In his fund to date to M74.S4. i The Council Rluffs Rowlnr' association i-lll open the season at Lake Manawa riex Saturday with sevrrnl sneclal feature at (s club house. Hpectal events In all lines f sport have ben srrsneed for the after oon and from to t o'clrck a table d'hote Inner will be served tn the club cafe. A -ance In the evening will Inaugurate the erles of weeklv parfles to be given at the , lub bouse during the summer. t mnH UHUI, III, IIICUJ . u 1 1, . jnno, rted to th police that his home at n Jorth bi-;1 atreet. had been entered dur- nw nm nonrncii ui iit; imuiii.v tirij, kho got awayvlth a pocketbook eontaln- ng a $A bill, fourteen oroera ioi- nreprooi afea which had been secured by Mr. Gal up, one note for $75 and another for tM 'ho negro was seen leaving the house by lelghbors and the police have a fairly good eserlptlon of him. Mrs. Ida Walker filed suit In the dls rlct court yesterday for divorce from "homts Walker, to whom she was mar led In this city April 12. IRA, and from hom she was forced to aeparate, so she Ilexes, on account of his cruel and In uinan treatment on April 23 of this year, n addition to the divorce. Mrs. Walker ska the .court lo give her the custody of heir youngest child and alimony In a um equal to one-half of the value of their tome property. In addition to $W a month. William d.' Sejimldt has begun suit In -ohmldt. to. recover $3.!. which he clalma due him as wages. The plaintiff states hat on Januarv 1. ISflS. ha entered Into an rsl agrewnt with the defendants to -,-. ti fnrrn and that he continued o to o -until January I of this year. His ejvl'-es. be sjivh. were well worth $?S a nonth a"d board and lodglnar. Since Jan urv I. 1KW. Schmidt says all he received his- ervloes from the defendants was .160. paid him on Januarv 1. 1S0R. and fifty enta a week for the last four yeara. ' - Weddtnsj. (tinea, I Pure gold, aeamlesa. all altea, thus no lei ay or altering $$ to' $12. - Engraving re. " Le.ffrt, , j ' - WATCH FOR IT. Transit and Levels Repaired ', w . . - nnonBi u ,-,. . - heir lena grinding ahop the service of iit,u . u Mm K ' vm avvniii biiu djustlng all kinds of surveyors, engln- N mtiA ftM Inutpiimknl V m I IKe a trial at your repair work. i Right on the 3. W. Corner lth and 'allim Sla. Tel. Doug. 1461. every Woman Will ta Interested f X roa will mki tour aa aa 44na w will uil u rRkti a tuai at HUM Oiu'i UiTHAUANUAK, euruvlo, ptMunt lul tur lor Wnwo'i Ills. It lit a ralUble rsul'u juJ aar-iaillut. II ou kT palita In Um Mk. j'rlnarr. Hlaaaw or Kl4jr uwWt, an tai luaanl umoa 1 raawii aarba, raau aaa aaaa. ll Utuaataia Mil It. . ar aaaia 0) mi Ayer's Hair Visor rallintr Hair Ayer' Hair Vlflne nranidnV liiUnit ttv that cauae UlJing hair. It aourbhet the kaar. bulHa, rwtoras (nam to bulth. Taa nalr itosk UiUng aait. nrewt naor rao4lly. VVe wish you to positively and dlrtiactly undentand that Ayw's Hair Vitof d. pot affect the color of the h.ir. even to the dichtest drcrce. Council Bluffs MRS, METCALFE TAKEN IN Indictment Was Ee turned for Main taining a Nuisance. APPEARS AND GIVES $1,000 BOND Three Arrest, of Men Indicted for Ulrsta! "ale of Llqaor In a Hotel to Missouri Valley Men. Amonir the Indictmenta returned lat Sat uiday by the district court Brand Jury, was one against Mrs. Emma Metcalfe, pro prietor of the Metcalfe hotel at 3757 Weat Broadway, which tin not made public at the time. Mra. Metcalfe was taken Into custody yesterday on a bench warrant and gave bond In the sum of 11,000. The In dictment charges the maintenance of . a nulxanco during, the months of March, April and May.' Testimony before the Brand Jury con cerning the Metcalfe place was given by a number of residenta In that locality, In cluding several women and R. B. Wallace, former city councilman. Mr. Wallace testi fied that while driving past the Metcalfe hotel on Sunday, April 27, he aaw several people drinking beer on the porch and that a party of men and women from Omaha In an automobile who were using profane J language drew up at the place and Just as he was driving past threw a number of beer bottles Into his buggy. One of the women witnesses, a resident of that local ity, testified that Mrs. Metcalfe came to her house one Sunday and Invited her over to "take some beer." All of the wit nesses gave the place a bad character. Everett C. Goodrich. Ernest Jones and Cyrua Jackson were also arrested yester day morning under an Indictment returned Saturday by the grand Jury. They are charged with the Illegal sales of liquor and each gave a bond In the sum of $300, with W. S. Goodrich, father of Everett Good rich as surety. The Illegal sales are alleged to have taken place at the State hotel, 21J South Main street on certain Sundaya In the month of May. In the indictment, it Is also specifically charged that each of lha three defendants had been before convicted of violation of the mulct law. One of the witnesses before the grand Jury In this case was Thorwald Chris tensen, a resident of Missouri Valley, who testified that he had purchased liquor In a room of the State hotel on Sunday, May 23. The tewtlmony of thla witnesa Is of. spe cial interest. In view of the fact that Rev. Junics M. Williams, paMor of the Broad way Methodist church, publicly elated at a meeting of the Law and Order League that ho knew of young men from Missouri Valley coming to Council Bluffa and se curing liquor on Sundays. Another wit ness who testified to buying liquor at the State hotel on a Sunday was Harry Senift, who la understood to be a son of Charlus W. '.Senift, one of the clasa leadera in Rav. Mr. Williams' church. Five of the defendants Indicted by the grand Jury entered pleas of guilty when arraigned before Judge Wheeler yesterday and were given sentences in' the county Jail. Edward C. Thompson, charged with theft of merchandise irom the store of Madsen Bros., In Bentloy, where he was employed, waa given sixty days; George Thompson and William Henry, charged with ateallng brass Journals from a street railway car, wera each given thirty daya, while R. V. Edwarda. fur stealing harness from the barn of Frohardt Bros., received alxty da Vs. Robert Shields, the negro charged with resisting Patrol Driver W. J. Mlka sell, who had placed lilm . under arreat, mi sentenced to sixty daya. Charles M. Sanford. charged with Intent to kill Claude B. Gano, secured hts release yesterday on furnishing a bond In the um of $1,600, with Elmer Fehr and Wallace Benjamin as sureties. Sanford had been In the county Jail since his arrest on - A-ll , - T April i. John O'Neil. agalngt whom an indict ment waa returned on the charge of mak ing threats to extort money, secured hla release from the county Jail laat evening by furnishing a bond In- the sum of $500. Emmet Tlnley, attorney for Mra. May Noble, proprietress of the Riverside hotel, yesterday paid Into the office of the clerk of the district court $260. balance of the $400 whl.'h Mr. Noble was fined last April, on pleading guilty to violating the liquor law and maintaining a house of III repute. , Marriage Licensee. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following: Name and Residence. Carter W. H. Carson. Council Bluffs Leonle Almy, Council Bluffs Chester W. Morey, Oienwood, la.... Hasel Soard, Oienwood, Ja Arthur J. Ratas, Beatrice, Neb..' Pearl Dlls, Emerald. Neb Andrew Morrill, Omaha Ida M. Sullivan. Omaha...., Nelson D. Snyder. Omaha Margaret Mary Qualey, Omaha Age. ,., 32 ... 21 ... 23 ... IS ... 23 ... 20 ... 31 ... 23 ... 26 ...23 Karl E. Heme, Council Bluffs. 23 Myrtle B. Comstock, Grand Junction, la. 23 Arrested for Alleged Aasaatt. Bego Miller, arrested Tuesday night at Cut-off lake, waa brought to Council Bluffs, and placed In Jail. Mrat Rasmua Anderson, wife of a dairyman, asserts that last Saturday night Millar attempted to assault her, but she stood him off with a revolver. He will have a preliminary hearing Wednesday morning, when It will develop whether that attempted crime oc curred in Iowa or Nebraska. ' V. H. C. A. Snndar Pinna. Secretary Harry Curtis of the local asao-' elation Is planning for a big Young Men's Christian association day In Council Bluffs next Sunday. A mass meeting will be held In the afternoon In the gymnasium of the association's new building at the corner of First avenue and Seventh street, which la now nearlng completion. The program will Include addresses by men prominent in jJhhX i.TJ.Taf -ZJftiiJ 9 umrs,mt sTts mm IrtlttVnKSSS Lenses Cnawst Canawt Kaewa te Weam af Canaat fCry ran aa ,. f - . tfaM, I na am um iZjmf BlM "f? .irm-rrrw Dandruff Ayer't Hatr Vloor lust M promptly deatror the gcrma that cauae (Unilrua. It mint ever trace af dandnttf Haalt. and keaga Uat ecaJs "a" aai a Bunny coaoiuon. Council Bluffs association work and other Inteiestlng fea tures. Delegatea attending the cenference of employed officera of Young Men s Christ ian associations of North America, now oeiu held In Omaha, will fin about all the pulpits next Sunday morning. PLAY Call KM BY GRADUATES Tranalated from the German by Members of Senior tiara. The clasa day exercises of the graduat ing, clasa of the high school, of which the principal. feature waa the presentation of tha play, "Der Neffe Ala Onkel" ('The Nephew a the Uncle"), were enjoyed by a large audience at the high school audi torium last evening. The play had been translated from the German and, arranged for presentation by Haxel Long, Ida Solomon, Nettle Nye, Al legra Fuller, Marie Scofleld and John Brooks of the senior clasa. The cast ot characters was as follow: Sophy, daughter of Colonei Dorslgny.... Margaret Knnwles Lady Dorslgny Florence Tucker Lady Mlrvlile Rachel Mavnard Colonel Dorslgny Hollis Paulson Champagne ; Arch Hutchinson aiaour ...j Earle Carse Lormeutl ,...Lohr Case. Erwin Snvder Frana Dorslgny Floyd Hendricks Notary Clay Thomas Jaamln will Rean postillion Joel Crowl Servants Clarence Schmidt. James Moist Police Officers '. .' Joe Yetaer, Fred Chrlstensen The play was presented under the direc tion of Prof. W. A. Brlndley, teacher of elecutlon In the high school, with Mlaa Winifred Stetnbaugh acting as prompter. The exercises opened with the. singing of a lullaby by the senior chorus and then followed the reading of the class history by George Mayne. Miss Clara McAnenqy delivered the clasa prophesy, which prom ised a most successful future for all of the graduates. Following a solo by Miss Laura Robinson, Chester Dudley, on behalf of the seniors, presented the class gift,' a seven foot statue of Abraham Lincoln, which will be placed on a pedestal now being made by the manual training class. It will occupy a place In the entrance hall of tne high school. Harry Boyne accepted the gift on behalf of the school with a suit able speech. The exercises closed wltjh the singing of the class song to the tune of "Here's to the Girl," followed by the clasa yell, "Turn Out. Maroon and White, Kow'a the Time to Fight," and so forth. , This evening the Juniors will give a re ception to the seniors In Masonic hall and Thursday evening there will be the big event of the commencement week, when the graduating exercises will be held In the high school auditorium and sixty-nine young men and women will receive their diplomas. Real Estate Transfers. ' These transfers were reported to Th Bee June 1 by the Pottawattamie County Ab stract company of Council Bluffs: James O'Connor to Pottawattamie county. Dart 112-77-42. w. d 1 2 Charles A. Anderson and wife to Han nah Green, lot 6 in auditor s subdlv. of lots IS and 19, Purple's subdlv., w. d Zenas Graybill, single, to B. Y. Gray- - 000 2,400 4,000 450 1.SM 2S3 S00 000 1,00$ 1,800 SCO bill, 24 acres in ae4 sw!4 10-70-42, q- c. d M. F. Price, single to P. W. Fred erlckson, lot 9, block 12, Carson, w. d Maria H. Stewart, executrix, et a!., to Louis L. Fauble, lota 4 and 6. block 12, Beers' subdlv., w. d Flato Robb, unmarried, to E. H. Lou gee, lot 13, Benjamln-Fehr West End subdlv., w. d Sheriff to Fullerton Lumber company, Iota 1 and ,2, block 10, McClellandl sher. d.:. .'...:......; Frank B. Hudson and wife to Flor ence Hough, lot 12, block 22, Evans' 2d Bridge add., w. d B. F. Blxby and wife to W. R. Bixby, lota t and 6, block 7, Walnut, w. d.. Rolla J. Hart and wife to Laura . Hlght Johnson. sU lot T, block 3, John Johnson's add., w. d , W. E. Dugger and wife to Kate E. Carpenter, lot 5, block 5. McMahon, Cooper ft Jefferls' add., w. d Emellne Reed, widow, to C. F. Schroeder, lot b, auditor' aubdlv. ae4 seH -75-44. w. d F. J. Schnorr and wife to Lucy M. Richardson, lot 7, block 2, Benson's 2d add., a. c. d Hannah C. Williams, widow, to P. M. Hoffman, lot 1 and e3tt feet lot t, block 7. Mvnster's add., w. d 4,301 Harriet Gray et al. to P. M. Hoffman, wit feet lot 2 and e25 feet ' lot 8, block 7. Mynster'a add., w. d 70$ Edward E. Belknap and wife to Mar garet uranam, lot 1, block 2, Fair mount add., w. d 1,700 Nicholas F. Hllliard. unmarried, to Agnes Folsom, sw'j se',4 23-77-44, q. c. d 5 Total,' seventeen transfers... . ..$20,913 Golden Jnbllee Services. A aeries of golden Jubilee meetings will be helj In the Danish Baptist Church, be ginning Thursday and lasting over Sun day, In celebration of the completion of fifty yeara of service aa a paator by Rev. H. A. Rcichenbacb. who has Just re turned from Harlan, where he presided over the Iowa conference of the denomina tion. A large number of visiting members of the Danish Baptist church In south western Iowa are expected to attend the celebration and Ita attendant services. A series of interesting programa Is being planned In honor of the veteran minister, who la widely known and respected throughout the entire state. l To Confer on Land Valnea. At the meeting of the Weat Council Bluffa Improvement club last night a res olution waa adopted requesting Governor Carroll to call a meeting of all county assessors for the purpose of arriving at some plan whereby an equitable assess ment can be made on the full valuation of farm land. The club had been adviaed that auch a plan had been adopted by the governor of Colorado. A copy of the resolution will be fotwarded today to tha governor. Cummins Presents ' Income Tax Bill Measure Provides Levy of Two Per Cent on Incomes of Fire Thou sand Dollars a Year WASHINGTON, June 2. Senator Cum mlna today Introduced hla Income lax amendment to the tariff bill. It provides for a tax of 2 per cent on all lncomea of Individuals or corporationa over $5,000 a year. A feature la Included which la in tended to eliminate double taxation by al lowing a rebate to the Individual stock holder of a corporation whose dividend as sessment has been paid through tha cor poration iuelf. GENERAL MACARTHUR RETIRES Lea vee Army Todnr Beennse of Agre and ' Rank ef Llentennnt Cloael Cenaea. WASHINGTON. June 1 Lieutenant Gen eral Arthur MacArthur, ranking officer' of tha army, will be placed on the retired list tomorrow by operation of law on ac count of age, and the grade of lieutenant general will then ceaae to exist in the army. Major General Wood, commanding tha Department of the East, becomes the rank ing officer of the army, but without in crease of rank, .. NATIONAL NEGRO CONFERENCE Afternoon Session Discusses Presi dent's Attitude toward Black Man. SERIES OF RES0LUTI0KS ADOPTED Strict Application f Con.tltatlonal itia-hta and ' tlonal Opportnnltlea De manded. NEW TORK. June 2. -Strict application of constitutional rights as. guaranteed under the fourteenth amendment,' equal educational opportunities and the right to the ballot on the same terms with other citizens In every state in,. the union, were among the more Important recommenda tions embodied In the platform adopted at the closing session of the national negro conference here tonlgjht.' As this waa their afternoon session, there waa discussion of President Taft'a attitude toward the black man, and William Mon roe Trotter, a negro of. Boston,' introduced a resolution deploring Mr. Taft'a view in this respect, aa expressed in the inaugural address. .. . Platform la Adopted. The resolution was referred to a special committee of the platform adopted, saying In part: "We denounce the unprincipled and ever growing oppression of our 10,000,000 colored fellow citizens aa the greatest menace that threatens the country. Plundered of their Just share of the public funds, robbed of all part in the government, often mur dered with impunity and Invariably treated with open contempt by the hlgheat offi cials in aome atate, they are kept In slavery to the white community. The sys tematic persecution of law abiding cltizena, and their dlsenfranchtaement owing to the race alone, la a serious crime that will ultimately drag down to an infamoua end any community that allowa it to be prac ticed, bearing first of all moat heavily on the poor, white farmers and ' laborers, whose economic position ia most similar to that of the persecuted race. ' "The nearest hope Ilea tn the immediate and patiently continued enlightenment of those elements of the common people that have been inveigled Into the campaign of oppression. Spoils of persecution will not and cannot fall Into the hands of the poorer classes. On the contrary, peon age, enslavement of prisoners, persecution of trade unionists, the unjust and anti quated poll tax and even disfranchisement are already the portion of large bodies of whites in many southern states." f Two" Additional Reaolntlona. . In addition to the platform two resolu tlona were adopted. One reada: "We demand for the negroes, and all oth ers, a free and complete education, whether by city, state or nation, a grammar school and industrial training for all, and tech nical, professional and academic - educa tion for the mare gifted." The other on "Industrial discrimination" says, in effect, that there la a conspiracy, both north and amah, to deny tha black man the right to work. "The current atiike In Georgia." It saya, "is not merely a demand that the negro be displaced, but that proven and efficient men be made to surrender the'ir long followed means of livelihood to new com petitors." The report of the committee on perma nent organisation was adopted,, providing for the creation of a permanent body to strike for the negroes' rights. Three Thousand Lynched. That 3.24 men, women and children have been lynched In this country in the last quarter of a century waa the assertion of Mrs. Ida Wella Bar nett at the National Negro conference In thla city today. Asking why this was permitted by a Christian nation, Mra. Bar ntt quoted John Temple Graves aa saying that the mob atanda aa the most potential bulwark between the women of the aouth and such a carnival of crime aa would precipitate the annihilation of the negro race. All know thla la untrue, Mra Bar nett aald. "The lynching record," she added, "dla cloeea the hypocrisy of the lynchers." Describing the riots at flprlngfield. 111.. Mrs. Barnett said it waa all because a white woman said that a negro man had criminally assaulted her. Later, Mra. Bar nett aald. tha woman publiahed a retrac tion, but the lynched victims were dead. Mra. Barnett. who has spent several years In the investigation of lynching through the aouth and west brought a pro posal to the conference that it maintain a A crispness, pour not milk over them; add a little cream and salt to suit the taste. Or, if you don't like milk, try it this way: Heat two Biscuits in oven to restore crispness; then dip them quickly in salt water, place a piece of butter on the Biscuit, allowing it to melt into the shreds. Or, heat the Biscuits in oven, dip tlm in milk, drain, arid fry in butter, after which they may bp served with a little cream, if desired. A little fruit makes the meal even more wholesome and adds little to the cost Try one of these tomorrow. Shredded Wheat is made of the choicest selected white wheat, cleaned, steam-cooked and baked. Try it for breakfast to-morrow with milk or cream. The Biscuit is also delicious for any meal in combination with fresh or presented fruits. THE ONLY "BREAKFAST CEREAL" MADE IN BISCUIT FORM permanent bureau for Investigation, with attendant publicity of all lynchlngs. Pub licity, she said, waa an effective safeguard. Midshipmen. May Not Marry President Approves Change in Regu lations Proposed by Secre tary Myer. WASHINGTON, June 2 President Taft today approved a change In, the navy regu lations recommended by Secretary Myer by which midshipmen are prohibited from marrying until the completion of the pre scribed six years' course of training. Per mission of the secretary of the navy has been sought by a number of midshipmen who desired to be allowed to marry after their graduation from the naval academy and by others while they are on their two years' tour of Instruction at sea. The naval academy regulations forbid any midship man frotn marrying while at the academy, but does not apply to midshipmen who have graduated and are serving at sea. No order exists in the navy regulations pre venting the midshipmen from marrying and today's change-In the regulations pro vides an absolute prohibition. Bee Want Ads. are business boosters. GOULD WAS JEALOUS OF PRINCE MOHAMED OF EGYPT Deponent In Divorce Cnae Saya He Complained Beennse Wife Rode with Hohlemnn. y NEW TORK, June 2. That Howard Gould made complaint when hla wife rode with Prince Mohamed All, brother of the khedive of Egypt, In Cairo In 1902. was one of the declarations In a deposition filed today in Mra. Gould's suit for separation. The deposition was made by Mra. Alice 8. Bankhead, wife of Liuetenant Henry M. Bankhead of Fort McPheraon, Ga. Mrs. Bankhead waa formerly a ward of General John G. Long, who was then American consul at Cairo. In her deposition Mrs. Bankhead aald that General Long ar ranged for Mr. and Mrs. Gould to visit the khedlve's palace, and that Mra. Gould drove with the prince at the prince's request. Mr. Gould, Mrs. Bankhead said, com plained about this. n Pachayo Can Delicious, Nourishing Meal for 5 Cents "yOU don't believe it, do you? Here it is: Take two SHRED DED WHEAT BIS CUITS; heat them in the oven to restore a Hcinze in Fight with Directors Over the Books Board, Fearing Court Order, May - Depose Him, Though He Controls Majority of Stock. NEW YORK, June t If tha directors of the United Copper company depose F. Augustus Helnie from the presidency of the company tomorrow In order to comply with the orders of Justice La combe to pro duce the missing books of tha company, Mr. Helnze and his brothers may within three hours elect a new board of directors which will reinstate him. The books are wanted by United States District Attorney Wise as evidence before a grand Jury. The directors say they are unable to pro duce them so long as Helnse is president and they will meet tomorrow to find a way out of tha difficulty. A meeting ot stockholders of the com pany will follow that of the directors and as Mr. Helnze and his brothers are believed to control the stock, they could elect a new board if action unfriendly te Mr. Helnze were , taken. The situation excited much Interest In financial circles today. Vice President Baglin of the United Cop per company was declared In contempt of court by Judge Lacombe lof the United States circuit court today and ordered into custody on the charge that he violated a court order by permitting the books of the corporation to be removed from the company's offices. On District, Attorney Wise's request Judge Lacombe directed Sanford Robinson, one of the company's directors, to go at once before the grand Jury. Mr. Wise said he made the request because he had heard Robinson and Otto Helnze discussing a project to remove the books. G0TCH TO JAKE A BRIDE Wreetllnar Champion to Be Married to Ml Minnie Warner el Chicago. CHICAGO, 111.,- June 1-Frank Gotch, world'"! wreatllng champion, will be mar ried to Mlsa Minnie L. Warner of thla city early In the fall, according to an announcement-made today by friends of Miss Warner. Jib- a thought suggests itself and that is, to get hold of a box of Lr 7 GINGER SNAPS Mybut they look goodso enticingly golden and crispy. NATICNAL BISCUIT COMPANY Duluth Woman Loses Big Roll Left in Hous Too Tired to Deposit Money, She Hides it Between Sheets to Make a Holiday ' SEATTLE, Wash., June t Mra. Oeorg Shea of Duluth, who la visiting her sister, Mrs. John English, at Alkl Point, a suburb of Seattle, reported to the police that aha had been robbed of $20,000 in currency.,, Mra. Shea, who arrived in Seattle last Monday, Intended to Invest the money in property here. Her husband, who Intended to follow her. from Duluth, shipped the money to her by the ,. Great Northern ' Express company, which delivered the' package' to', her on Thuraday. Mra. Shea intended to put the money In a bank at once, but on Friday . she waa tired, Saturday waa showery, Sun day the banks were closed and Monday was a holiday. Mrs. Shea and her sister decided to visit Seattle anyhow to see the decorations. They hid the $20,000 carefully between the aheets of a bed. On returning home at night they found that burglars had ransacked the house from top to bot tom and had discovered and stolen the treasure. The Yellow Peril. Jaundice malaria blllouaneas, vanishes when Dr. King's New Life Pills are taken. Guaranteed. 26c. For aale by Beaton Drug Co. i EGG INSPECTORS ON STRIKE Cnndlers' Demand for Half Holiday May Canse Long Contlnned Tronble. CHICAGO, June 2 Four hundred men are Involved In a strike of egg inspector for a Saturday half holiday In thla city. The strike occurred today and spread con sternation among housewives, hotel men and others who depend on the work of the "candlers" to determine the virtues or defects of th eggs delivered to them. Should the strike be of long duration commission 'men aay it will b neceaaary to have the eggs inspected by the shippers and then brought in by express in order to be assured of the fresb article. This would mean higher prior.