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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, WW.
t , s4 f 1 I- Council Bluffs Council Bluffs Council Bluffs SUPERVISORS DO REVISING The building will be removed from Its pres ent location to the site given the club the rtreet railway eompanjrjust west of the Icehouses. Minor Mention Auction' Fipirei on Land and Live .. . Stock Raited a Bit. fa. Onitll Blaffa frfrte H tM Omaha Bee U M II Both mi Davis, drugs. CORRIOANS, fndertaker. Phones 148. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87. Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. i. FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET. When yon want reliable ant ad adver tising, use The Bee. Dr. W. W. Magaretl. optometrist moved to 306-20S City National bank building. RAIRD. LO.VGENECKER A POLAND, Undertaker. Phone 112, 14 N. Main St. Try a picture for that next wedding pres ent. Alexanders Art Store, 33J Broadway. J. C. Roth of Omaha and Helle Holleti beik of Hon th Umaha were married In this city yesterday hy Juki Ire Cooper. Mln Marlon K he pa id of Logan, la., la the meat of her gr.nlpartents, Justice and Mrs. E. B. Gardiner, on Franklin avenue. Mir. John Under waa reported laat even ing to he critically III at her home, corner of Washington avenue and North Flrat atreet. Rev. Henry DeLorg officiated at the mar riage yesterday of George W. Anderson of Omaha and Florence Mordeaon of Missouri Valley, la. Mr W. ),. Daker of 1S1 Graham avenuo left last evening; for an extended visit with relatives In Lo Angelas and other Pacific roast poln's. Justlie Cooper performed the marriage ceremony yesterday for John Hlgglns of Elgin, III., and vernie Trowbridge of Dei-atur, Neb. A fine f XA W'eser Bros, piano, shop worn, at Hi:. Greatest opportunity ever offered. t Pearl street and 28 South Main atreet. Council Bluffs, la. A I the regular meeting this evening of T'nlly Rebekah lodge offlcere for the ensu ing year will he elected. The vote on stats offkris will also be taken. The Ladles' Aid society of St. John', afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Cron mlllT. 1-27 Fourth avenue. fhaduklam temple. Dramatic Order Knights of the Khurasan, will hold a cere monial thin evening, when a class of tyna will be conducted across the bmninsf sands. A large delegation of local Insurance men Is expected to attend the third annual con veniliin tif (ho lows Association of Klre Insurance Agents, which Is to be held June IS at Waterloo. lHiring the morm Monday evening light ning s!rt;k the home of Rev. Henry le l.tirr 74 'Avenue ' tipping of some of the siding and brt .king so-ne of the plaster, ' but fort unnt,l not Injuring any of the members of the family. When your sweetheart names the day she wants to marry-Its up to you to get the ring, not only get the ring but the best ring that you can afford to buy, but It at O. Mauthe and you will be assured of the best. 22.1 West Broadway. The funeral of Ralph Crossley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Crossley of flarner township, who was kilted Monday after noon by the accidental discharge of a rifle he waa handling, will be held this after noon at 2 o'clock from the famllv residence nd burial will be In Walnut Hill cemetery. Walter I. Williams, agtd M years, died last evening nt his home, 2824 Avenuo D, from paralysis. His wife, two aona and one daughter eurvlve him. Deceased was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America and the Woodmen of the World. The body will be taken to Klota, la., for burial. We don't know who has been doing your pressing and dry cleaning, but we want to iay to you that If you start In with us, you will find our prices reasonable and the work the best In the city. Try us, the change will do you good. The Bluff City Laundrv. Drv Cleaning and Dve Works. 'Phone 314. 28-24-26 North Main street. WANTED TO LOAN 810.000 ON FURNI TURE. PIANOS. LIVE STOCK OR ANT SECURITY. LOWEST RATES, WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR CONSULTATION. COME TO BEE VS. 'PHONE BELL RED 14B; INI), 239. IOWA LOAN CO., CORNER PEARL AND BROADWAY. The receipts in the general fund of the Christian Home last week were $127.20, being 171.80 below, the needs of the week and Increasing the deficiency In this fund to date to $J.r.f. 1. In the manager's fund the receipts were 17. being; 2S beloi- the needs of the week and Increasing the deficiency to IW5 34 In this fund to date. The amount needed In the contingent and Improvement fund for irt la 11S75V14. . The fact that he was suffering from some akin disease saved Dave McCrary from ' serving thirty days In the county Jail. He was sentenced to the countv bastlle by Police Judge Snyder for stealing tools be ' longing to Stephan ' Bros., the plumbing oontractora, at the Young Men's Christian association building. When taken to the county bastlle Jailer Hill objected to placing McCrary with the other prisoners and called In County Physician Hanchett. At the tatter's suggestion Judge Snyder suspended the sentence on condition that McCrary leave the city. Wilbur Olnnevan. the 17-year-old eon of Mr. at. J Mrs. D. E. Olnnevan. 124 Bluff street, who Is employed In the freight office of Ihe (hlcago. Milwaukee St. Paul rail road, had a narrow escape from being aerl ously Injured. If not killed, In the local yards yesterdnv afternoon. Young Olnne van 'van standing on the ladder of a freight car In a train which was being switched on'o a udetrack. As the train passed an. ninrr siring ni rnrn ynunn iiinnflvmi nin not hup the lndrter close enough and was ca'ight between the two cars. He was re moved In the ambulance to the Edmnndson hospital, but was later able to be taken to his home. Hr whs badly bruised and at first It was frared he was hurt Internally. Wedding; flings. Pure gold, seamless; all sizes, thus no delay or altering; 83 to J12. Engraving free. Leffrrt. I. est ftchtnl Month Report. 'tatl'-tlcal report of . Sup-rln'endent Be-elle fur the closing , month of the ac' ool year rhows that the t-ital er.rilt m nt of pupils In the public : chools of (omtII riu'fa was S.MS ' During the year fo upl'a. or -l.i per cent of the total en roll -re t, left school fcr ore reason or an o tin'. Th 'eft a net enrollment o' 5,'07. ulmot evenly divided .between the sex a, H ere lelng 2.VR boys and J,1M girls. Ihe aiga f'aliy attendance waa 4.7rV'8 and the jereent of attendance waa 97 11. Dur'ng thecals week covered ty the laat report there weret?S! casea of tardiness and I.97S luplli were neither absent nor tardy. FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY VSE BI'Y YOl'R LIQCORH AT L. ROREN FELD CO., $! RO. MAIN. PHONE 323. IffSWOjLgTORlJI I I council w.upsa.71 LeIIcrfs "EEX? Lentes (kunu C wall it (nmM Wearw af I.' hut x lh j a-ea J trwrn m Maiem!. tan 1 mat. m awuwi A. A. CLARK O. CO. LOAtl MONEY Oil HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AID AXT CHATTEL BEOCTUTY AT ONB-BAX.F THE USUAL KATES. I Twejsty Yeaura mt BwrreaefaJ Bnalaeaa. 'VUtTOK MAIN A.KD BUOAXTWAT. OTIS AMJEKIGAS XXTsUBM. - oonnsattnn with the firm emUlna; txieaxusalvaa Tte Clark IMmm Ca. BOTH PBOMxvA 817. fxS7r. & mStT.7 m 9 FIGURES AS THEY NOW STAND J. P. Ilea of Hortlcnltaral Board of Directors Reports Prospects Are Very Bright for Fall Ikow, The supervisors of Pottawattamie county, sitting yesterday aa a board of equalisation, revised the assessment of land and live stock as returned by the tow nship assesora, with the result that the values fixed by the assessors are Increased slightly In the whole. The following values per acre on land In the several townships were determined on by the board: Belknap $58.10' Lincoln $52 00 Bloomer 44. Ml Macedonia M.0 Carson M'-OMlnden $4.00 Center MOOlNeola $3 M Crescent 84 001 Norwalk $2 63 Garner MM Pleasant $6 00 Grove MM Rorkford 42 0 Hardin M 001 Silver Creek B2.09 Haiel Dell 80 001 Valley $4 00 James F4.00 Washington $2.00 Keg Creek $3 Oo! Waveland $3 00 Knox 52 do! Wright $2 0$ Avoca (town)... 50 00! York 81.88 Lavton 55 00 Kane (outside). . .150.110 Lewis M.OOj ouneil Bluffs. ...150.00 Values on live stock were Increased slightly over those In 190$, aa shown by the following schedules: 1W9. Colts, 1-year-old .' 340 Colts, 2-year-old 62 Horses 7 Mules 90 Heifers, 1-year-old 1 Heifers, 2-year-old 10 Cows 2 Steers. 1-year-old 20 Steers. 2-year-old 2k Steers. 3 year-old 40 Cattle In feeding 3 isor : 50 7$ 90 14 20 IS IS 2 ?5 3$ A general 20 per cent Increase on the values fixed on stallions by the assessors was decided upon. Wedding; Gifts. Pictures make ideal wedding gifts. We have them In all styles and prices. Try them. ALEXANDER'S ART STORE, 323 Broadway. Farmer Oppose a. Calvert. Warren Hough, Oeorge Rclf, Jr., and others "similarly situated" secured In the district court yestetday from Judge Wheeler temporary Injunction restraining Joseph Evans, road supervisor of Crescent township, from cuttlrg a culvert through a highway and embankment In the vicinity of farms owned by the plaintiffs. In their ptlltlon the plaintiffs set forth that they are owners of land protected from the over flow and back water of the Missouri river by a levee or embankment In a highway In Crescent township, but that Road Super visor Evans, acting under the direction and advice of the township trustees. Is planning to construct a culvert cutting the highway and embankment. The construction of auch a culvert, if permitted, th plaintiffs de clare, would prmlt the overflow from the river to back up op their land and damage their crepe which are now protected by the embankment. The temporary restraining order waa Is sued cn the plaintiffs furnishing a bond In the sum of 3700. ( Baro-tare . Are Busy, Call at P. C. De Vol Hardware Co.'a tore and aee the burglar proof window and Ventilator lock. Allows fresh air and circulation ' without danger of burglars. They sell for 25c to 50c each. P. C. De Vol Hardware Co. Heal Estnte Transfers. These transfers were reported to The Bee, June 3, by the Pottawattamie County Abstract company of Council Bluffa: ' Jessie W. Hannan, widow, to Andrew E. and wife, lot 4, In block 10, Mo Mahon Copper & Jefferis' Addition to Council Bluffs, wd ,..$2,150 C. D. Uillln. widower, to P. Donahue, ' lot 22, In block 21, Ferry Addition to Council Bluffs, wd Donald Macrae, Jr., and wife to Annie 325 M. Keyes, lot 13 and 114 lot 13. In block 17 and nH. out lot , in Mill Addition to Council Bluffs, wd 3.S00 Mary C. Loobey and husband to Ger hard Ostdlck. lot 2, In block 1, In Judson's 1st Addition to Neola, wd. 1.200 I Herman R. Ostdlck and wife to Ger i hard Ostdlck. nwVi swV and ew4 I nwV4 and sW nw4 28-77-41. wd ... Herman C. Linden, unmarried, to Ed 1 ward D. Dodson. sH w4 of lot 3, And suhd. of sVfc neV 28-75-44, o,cd. . Annie Breuner and husband to Sole . Murphy. wH of lot 4. In block 10, Beer's subd. In Council Bluffa, wd.. 4,000 Total, seven transfer! 111.077 Sperling A Trlplett handle the well known Deerlng mowers and blndera. $27 Broad way. Marriage Licenses. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following: Name and Residence. Age. .... 24 .... 1$ .... 37 ....23 .... 25 .... 33 .... rs .... 24 .... 43 .... 36 .... .... M '.John Hlgglns. Elgin. Ill verme liow bridge. Decatur, Neb. Timothy Dunn, Council Bluffs .. Eva E. Jones, Council Bluffs Francis J. Pertsse, Lincoln. Neb Elva M. Lllea. Council Bluffa Joseph A. Sott, Florence. Neb.. Nellie Stevenson, Lincoln, Neb.... J. C. Roth. Omaha Belle Hollenbeck. South Omaha Charles E. Ferron. Council Bluffa Martha Menxel. Council Bluffa... George W. Anrii.in rw..u. 34 t lorence Moroeeon. Missouri Valley, la.. II William Roy He Vol. Council Bluffs M Georglanna Mitchell.' Council Bluffs 34 AITO MOBILE lirpPLIES, Sperling & Trlplett. $27 Broadway. Clnfc Honee Parrkaied. At a largely attended and enthusiastic meeting of the general membership o' the Council Bluffa Fish and Game Protective association at the city hall laat night the action of the board of directors In regard 'o Ihe contract with the Improvement company for the purchase and Improve ment of a club hour waa ratified. Mayor Moloney reported that he had sue reeded In closing a deal with the Krug Brewing company for the purchase of what was known as "the club house" out side the enclosure at Lake Manawa for $600 The building, which la In a good s at of preservation, ortglna'ly cost a few yea-s ao over 34,000 to erect. The Improvement company, composed of directors and members of the asaoctatlon, has been formrd and articles of Incorpora tion will. It la expected, be filed today. N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 3fi. Night, F-1703. boosting iionTicvbTrn ai $now J. P. Hess Sends Moat Kneoartgln( Reports A heed. J. P. Hess, formei president of the Na tional Horticultural conpress and now a member of the biard of directors, wno Is making a tour of the western and Pacific coast states in the Interests of thlr year fruit show, In a letter received yesterday by General Superintendent Freeman L. Reed, write that he Is experiencing no difficulty In Interesting people tn the con gress. He spent a short time In Denver, where he met a number of fruit men and found them ready to talk enthuslastlcilly on the subject of the congress and Its work. He reached Grand Junction, Colo., Satur day morning and received a hearty wel come from fruit men, among them Mr. Campbell, who delivered the addresson "Smudging" at the exposition last winter. Mr. Hess was much pleased to find that J. Edward Taylor of Salt Lake City, who had charge of Utah's exhibit here last winter, had been doing some excellent mis sionary work In the Grand Junction valley for the Horticultural ccngresa and had aroused much Inteerst In the forthcoming exposition. Fred Whiteside of Kellspell, Mont, has written to General Superintendent Freeman L. Reed Inquiring about space for a big exhibit at the fruit show. Mr. Whiteside says he expects to collect one or more car loads of exhibits from his state. Montana was not represented here last year and the Inquiry for space this year Is due to success of the first great national fruit show. Mr. Reed has already been advised that all of the states represented last year will have larger exhibits at this year's exhibition. Nationalization of the horticultural con gress and Its work has now been fully ac complished, almost every mall bringing In quiries for space or Information concern ing the 1909 big exposition. "Red" Clayton Gets Eight Years Judge Oliver Denie$ New Trial to Man Who Shot and Killed Mel Powers. SIOUX CITY, la., June 8. (Special Tele gram. ) Judge Oliver this afternoon denied the motion for a new trial and sentenced "Red" Clayton to not more than eight years In the penitentiary at Anamosa. Clayton was found guilty of manslaughter In killing Mel Powers, a veteran river man and saloonkeeper. Clayton will be taken to prison Thursday. BODY FOUND IN THE MISSOURI Floater Thrown I'n on landbar Ifeav Onawa Cannot Be Idem tine.. ONAWA. Ia,, June $. (Speclal)-A floater waa found Sunday evening on a sandbar of he Mlsourl river about four or five miles north of here. The body waa brought to Onawa Monday morning, but nothing leading to lndentlflcatlon could be found. The body waa clothed in a gray coat, brown ahlrt, blue overalls and tan ahoea. Supposed to have been a man about 36 years of age, and weighing 150 pounds. A razor, pocket comb and a book with stamps were the only articles found on the body. It was In a bad state of decomposition and perhaps had been In the water from four to six weeks. The coroner waa summoned, and after a thorough examination, the body waa ordered interred in the Onawa ceme tery. Keren I'p Aa-alnst Trouble. CRESTON, la., June 8. (Special. ) Samuel Neven, who was arrested here fos bootlegging, and a quantity of whisky and beer found In his possession, was given a hearing before Mayor Reynolds and fined $20. which he refused to pay. Later he was arraigned on a charge by the state, to which he plead guilty' and was bound over to the district grand Jury of the Aurust term. Hardly had the state got through with. Mm when he was nabbed, by the federal authorities for violating the internal revenue law and here he alao plead guilty and waa bound over to the grand Jury. lie is now In the Red Oak Jnll. Proa-ram for Bankers' Meetlna-. WATERLOO. Ia., June a. (Special.) The Iowa Bankers' association will meet In this city .Tune 10 and 11. Among those who will deliver addresaea are Governor Carroll, Oeorge M. Reynolds, president of the American Hankers' association, and J. 8. Pollard of Fort Madison. E. St. Elmo Iewls of Detroit. Mich., will apeak on "Making Advertising Pay a Bank," and J. Adam Bede of Pine City, Minn., on "Modern Money Making." There will be automobile rldea about the city. The wo men l.ave plar a for entertaining the wives of the bankers who will be present. More Vacancies la Facaltr. IOWA CITT, Ia.. June -(Spec!al.)-The epidemic of resignations in the University of Iowa faculty caused by the low aalariea haa extended to the department of chem istry. Assistant Professor P. O. Powell will go to the South Dakota Normal school, Instructor Ouy IB. Tracy to the University of South Dakota, Instructor Frederick A. Hull to Mercersburg academy In Pennsyl vania. Ralph C. Huston to Washington State college, Pullman, Wash. Fear instruc tors and aalatant professors in the depart ment of Gentian realgned laat week. Gleaw.od Hare Paving;. GLEN WOOD, Ia,. June .-(Speclal.)-The city council last night took the preliminary step toward paving the business part of the city. After the neceesary advertlaing the improvement will be completed this summer. Tne Council Bluffs cadeta are encamped on th. Chautauqua grounds her. The wet weather ia making camp life rather un pleasant, although the ground ia well drained. A day's sunshine will work an agreeable change In the situation. Drive Two Thoaaand Miles. IOWA CITT, Ia., Jun. .-(SpeclaL)-W. E. Lard of Iowa haa Just compjleted a I.tut mll. drive In a light road wagon from Des Molnea. Ia., to Cheyenne. Wya. He will realde hereafter on hia CaVacre homestead near Cheyenne. In aplte of the fact that Mr. Lard faoed snow, wind and rain In his long journey overland, he weighed thirty pounds more upon arrival than before leaving here. Gol 1 a . Barm Pavaal. IOWA CITY, Ia., June I (Special.) Mra Charlea Adama, formerly Mlas Blanche Mullen of this city, died yesterday from burns received in a gasoline stove explosion at M anion, la. i 1 i' 1 will if I by weanng r walk miles smarting. You will always have complete foot ease, rest 1 ? In addition vou will have stvle and You will be With the Mayer Martha Washington you will have no bother with buttons or laces just slip them easily off and on at will. The elastic goring at the sides yields with every movement, preventing pressure and allowing unre- laraea ireeaom ot. muscular action, giving perfect comfort and relief. The genuine have the name "Martha Washington" stamped on the soles. ueware 01 lmitauons. Made in three styles, high, low and medium All Sizes. FRFF " beautiful Sold in '; Iowa RILLNC AGAINST PACKERS Judge Howe, at Des Moines, Grants Motion of Rock Island. AGAR PACKING COMPANY LOSES Derision Heats on One Point, that It la a Contlnoons Shipment from Interstate Point, te Valley Junction. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, June 8.-Spectal Tele gram.) In an opinion read la the district court today. Judge James A. Howe sus tained the motion of the attorneys for the Rock Island Railroad company to direct a verdict In Ita favor in the S250.000 damage ault brought against it by the Agar Pack ing company of Dea Moines for alleged dis crimination In the shipment of hogs, thus bringing the most famous rate case In the history of Iowa to an abrupt end. The gist of the opinion pertained only to one question. That was whether It was or waa not a continuous shipment to carry the hogs from Intrastate points to the town of Valley Junction and reohlp them to Inter state points. The court held that It waa one continuous shipment. In fact, the whole case hinged on this question, and when the motion to direct a verdict was brought up Attorney Carroll Wright for the Rock Island and Attorney Guernsey for th Agar Packing company spent thiee days In arguing It. Then It required two days' hard labor for the court to look up authori ties and required an opinion of 7,000 words to answer it. N. T. Guernsey, attorney for the Agar Parking company, announced that he would appeal to the supreme court. Coart Calls fltr Ofllelala. Judge W. H. McHenry today lssuod an order citing Councllmen John L. Hamery, J. Wesley A-h and Mayor A. J. Mathls to appear In court tomorrow to ahow cause why thy should not be punished for con tempt of court by reason of their refusal to reinstate' Mrs. L. L. Babcock aa police matron. Mrs. Babcock waa dlacharged on the charge of having placed a negro boy of 10 fear in the same bed with a whit, girl of 11 years. Judge James A. Howe In the district court this morning directed a verdict for the defendant Rock Island railroad In the $360,000 damage ault Instituted agalnat the road by the. Asar Packing plant of Dea Molnea, which charged discrimination In tales. The point en which the case turned waa relative to reloading. The Agar com pany had been shipping stock to Valley Junction, where Ita yards are located, and reloading for shipment, charging the con signor the reduced rat for a continuous shipment from place of consignment to destination. The Agar company contended Comfort Shoes V Ladies, you will never know what real and lasting foot comfort is until you put your feet into a pair of Mayer Martha Washington Comfort Shoes If your feet sometimes appreciate what quick, Martha - 7 Wm With them you can be on your feet all day, can without your feet swelling and and comfort trimly, attractively, suitably shod for street us the name of a dealer who does not sell j""ifiivii vuiuiui 1 oiiwca aim wc vv 111 dciiu yuu nee pusipaiu, portrait 15x20, of Martha Washington, suitable for framing. every city, town and village by leading shoe If not obtainable, write to us. F. MAYER BOOT & SHOE CO., Milwaukee, Wis. Iowa that this unloading and reloading made two shipments and the local rate should be charged. Becauso of the company's In tel pretatlon the Agar people claimed they were discriminated against In rates and could not buy on a level with other stock markets. After Lawyers and Abstractors. I'nless lawyers and abstracters refrain from charging exorbitant prices for prepar ing and examining abstracts of title the real estato men of Des Moines promise to organize a syndicate, capitalized at tr.OO.OOO, with which they expect to corner the ab stracting business and force the present concerns to quit. At a meeting of the Des Moines Real Estate exchange the members decided to 1 1 e persuasion with th.e lawyers In an ef fort to have them decrease their fees, but In the event that the milder method of procedure falls they are determined to organize a company of their cwn. Woman Attempts Snlride. Despondent from brooding over the separ ation from her husband, Mrs. Clara Thor Kon, divorced wife of Cscar Thorson. photo grapher, veil known in the city as manager of the wrestler, Jense Relmer, attempted ulclde by slashing her throat with a bread knife. Her 6-year-old daughter Guen wit nesyed the attempt. The woman will live. After locking hereelf and little daughter In a room at her home, 823 East Sixth street, Mr. Thorson drew the long-bladed knife from the folds of her djees and de liberately Inflicted terrible wounds In both wrists. She then drew the knife twice across her throat. Blrod streamed from the four deep cuts and the woman fell un conscious to the floor. The little girl waa able to unlock the door and communicate the terrible news to her older sister, Irene, who summoned tlie, neighbors and police. Second f loedherst. A second cloudburst today destroyed the repair work along the line of the Chicago Great Western railway between Shannon City and Benton, Ia. For miles the roadbed is a broken mass of twisted Iron and It will be Thursday night before train service U resumed between Kansas City and Des Moines. Trains to St. Paul are running on schedule. VETERANS AT PORT DODGE Grand Army Encampment Ha. I..re A t tendance. FORT DODGE, Ia., June I. -(Special Telegram.) The firat camp fire of the Grand Army of the Republic convention waa held at the armory tonight, the var loua convention delegatea attending. The big hall and balcony were crowded with fully 1.500 people. Governor B. F. Carroll made the address of the evening and Colo nel Charles A. Clarke delivered the ad- dresa In behalf of the Grand Army of the Republic and societies In response te an address of welcome by Mayor Bennett. Arrivals giy more frequent and the reg- and learn the genuine comfort of this truly remarkable footwear. ache or feel feverish and lasting relief can come to Washington Comfort Shoes fit. Iowa lntratiun board Is -swamped tonight, but Is caring for the crowd well. There will be many day excursions from all direc tions Wedensday, the big day, when an Immense parade will be reviewed by the atate officers. There are seven bands and Arum corps in attendance. Dyer of Mason City aod "Mike" McDonald of Bayard are having a olese race for department com mander, and Des Molnea ia working hard for the 1910 convention. Iowa New. Note. BOONE Late Monday afternoon Verne Anderson of this city, employed by the Iowa Telephone company in Its reconstruc tion work In Boone, met with an accident which might easily have resulted fatally for him. Anderson was busy at Fourth and Linn streets riding the messenger wire when he lost his balance and toppled over, landing on his left side on the hard ground thirty-five feet below. It waa found his left shoulder blade was broken and hia let arm broken and bruised. DEATH RECORD. Jacob aiehl. NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., June 8. Spe clal.) Jacob Slchl, one of the piuneer mer chants of this city, died at his home yes terday after an Illness of several months, aged 62. He was born at Egar, Auatrla, August 17. 1817, and In 166 he came to this city and Joined hia brother In business. He has been in business ever since that time and has been one of the leading business men of this section. He Is survived by his sister. Miss Sophia Slchl and three chil dren, Marcus Slchl and Mrs. Fred Cleveland of this city and Mra. Paul Kellogg of Percival, Ia. He waa a prominent member of Western Star, lodge No. i, A. F. A A. M.. Keystone chapter No. t, R. ' A. M , Knights of Pyhthlas, Royal Highlanders, Improved Order of Red Men and Sons of Herman. His funeral took place this afternoon and the servloes were conducted by a rabbi from Omaha and were under the supervision of the Maaonlo order. At the time of hia death he waa engaged In the clothing business. Mrs. Thomas Elw.rd. GENEVA, Neb., June I (Speolal.) The body of Mrs. Thomaa Elward, who was killed by lightning Saturday night, was brought yesterday to the home of her mother, Mrs. Toomey, In Geneva. Mr. El ard had reached Lincoln Sunday, on hia return front Montana, where he had been looking up a location. Mrs. Elward had gotten up to see her two little children during the storm and Just put a window down, when she was atruck. A boy living In the bouse arose to aee what had become of her and found her dead on the floor. Mrs. Martha L. Hobard. NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., June I (Spe cial.) Mra. Martha L. Hobard, one of the old residents of this section, died at ner home north of this city Sunday afternoon, and her funeral took place thla afternoon. The deceased was 91 year, of age. 8he In company with her husband came to this city forty-one years ago and he died some year ago. She la aurvlved by fiv. chil dren, being Charles and Sarah of thla city. tired, you Vs. you and home. . Mayer Martha merchants. - Edward A. Hobard of Leavenworth, Kan.; James P. Hobard of Chicago and Miss Mary E. Hobard of Lincoln. William Kim. HUMBOLDT. Neb., June 8. (Special. yi C. E. Nlms haa received news of the death of his brother, William Nlma, well known over southeastern Nebraska, as a pioneer business man af Humboldt. He removed to the northwest about, ten years ago, and invested in Oregon timber lands, living a portion of the time at Palo Alto, Cal.. where he was during his last Illness with his daughter. Hia eon. Jay Nlma, sent word from Seattle, Wash., that he la on the way home with the body. Mra. J. A. Tfewmaa. FORT DODGE, Ia., June 8.-Sperla1 Tele gram.) Mrs. J. A. Newman, wife of the adjutant general of the Grand Army of the Republic, died here auddenly thla afternoon, at the armory while watching the ex emplification of the ritual of the Woman's Relief corps. She waa 63 year, old and la aurvlvtd by two aona and .her husband, who leavea with the body tonight for their home at Cedar Falls. I.oals Engl. HUMBOLDT, Neb., June ..-(Special.) Loula Engle, one of the pioneer resident! of the county, died at the home of hia ' step-daughter, Mra. William Mayer, several miles east, near Howe atation, at the Ad vanced age of 77 years. Deceased waa a native of New York and eurvlvea hi. wife but about two years. One of his step-sons, J. C. Segrlst, is a business man ef thla city. J Joseph Har.ch. HERMAN, Neb., June 8-(Speelal.)-Joseph Harech, one of the old time wealthy residents of this vicinity, died last nlgfet of cancer of the face. Mr. Harsch was a large healthy man until this cancer de veloped. He leaves a widow and lw adopted children. Henry Sehrelner.' HASTINGS. Neb, June 8. (Special.) Henry Schielner of this city waa fatally Injured In rn accident on the Burlington near Ashland Sunday. He died at noon yesterday. F. D. Jone- DETHOIT. June 8. E. D. Jones, founder of the Detroit Shipbuilding company, died at his home here today, aged SO years Tocihacho Gum aet only cures toothache liutsut ly, but cltsn the cavity, remoTe. all odor, and prevents decay. Keeps. up. ply sod save many a drutiot bill. A Svtll Affair. There sra imitation, see tks4 roa get At tU dnici uu li Moat, or sy Bus!. C. I. DEMI hfm ST Larnae St.. DetesA, It Ml. J 1 " 1 ' 1