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Iowa if" I owa THAT NEW MES lion. Twenty mlrtlnfri will be ordained tomorrow. M 1 ( V 1. 1 17 WORKMEN DEMAND THEIR PAY IncipierfT Riot in City Hall in Dei Moinei. SIAYOR EXPLAINS SITUATION "H9 ays Par Roll Most lie raised r Coonell and Promlnra to tall a Snvelnl r Ion. (From a Staff Correspondent.) , tE8 MOINES, June 12.-(Speclal Tele from.) Demanding their pay and threaten' In violence If they did not get It immfcy ntely, more than fifty of the lfiO men dis charged by Councilman MacVlcar last niglit leathered on the steps of the city hall this morning to await the arrival of Mayor Mathls. The discharged employes began congre gating In little groups soon after 1 o'clock. In Irate tones they swore vengeance gainst the city officials, demanding rein statement, and as soon as the mayor's door was thrown open the entire assem blage crowded In and formed g semicircle round his chair. 'What will It be, gentlemen?" asked the mayor of his angry callers. One of the number acted as spokesman nd demanded that because they had been discharged their wages be paid to them at one. The mayor explained the pay roll would have, to go through the regular channels of the council, but promised to call a special meeting this afternoon for their allowance, provided they would be ready by. thai time- The regular payday is not until a week from Monday, and the emergency fund provided for the payment Of discharged employes Is limited to $100. lows Money Mnrket. The report. of the state banking depart ment today shows that at the close of butlness on May 1R, 1909, there were In -the 20 savings banks, 263 state banks and fif teen trust companies deposits amounting to $225,1W. 164.61, an Increase over the report Of February 20, 1909. of $1,9S6,M3.Z7. The latest report shows the banks have In gold, liver and currency on hand Is. 355. 800. 65. The Increase In deposits since May 14, 1J0S. one year ago, Is 127,227,860.72. Appoints OH Inspectors. Governor B. F. Carroll today conflrrned his announcement of five weeks ago that former Adjutant Ocneral S. H. M. Byers was to be appointed chief oil Inspector to ucceed Captain Hugh M. Plckel and also named thirteen assistant oil Inspectors who re to serve under Bytrs. Four of the present lrspectors are reap pointed. J. P. Rlstey of Davenport, H. V. Fpeers of Marshalltown, Tl'omas Chantland of Badger and C. W. Kent of Orange Cltv. Ths other nine assistant Inspectors, who will begin work July 1, are as follows: V. P. Masters of Fort Madison, R. M. Garri son of Cedar Rapids, W. B. Cowan of Waukon, 8. B. Humbert of Cedar Fall. Cornelius Van Note of Mason City, John I Richardson of Denlson. Theodore Ouit- tar of Council Bluffs. John W. Hall of Osceola and J. P. Rarly of Albla. Ths following men were not re-appolnted: Charles 8. Rogers of Mt. Pleasant. Ieroy Burch of Cedar Rapids, C. II. Tallmadge of West Union, Robert A. Santee of Cedar Falls, Francis M. Gregory of Mason City, L. Q. Bangs of, Csrroll. L. B. M. Cousins of Council Bluffs'; A. E. Holland of Creslon nd W, C. Jacobs of Knoxvllle. The compensation of chief Inspector Is $150' a month and of assistant inspectors tlW a month. The state Is divided Into fourteen districts, each In charge of an In spector. . Ten nistrlets for ('Birch. By a large majority the annual convention- of the Norwegian Lutheran church this afternoon voted to divide the church Into ten districts, each to be presided over by a superintendent. Districts will bold annual conventions and general assemblies of the church will be held triennlally. Des Moines today offered a liberal bonus and - free site for the establishment of the girls' seminary here, but the convention has not acted on the matter. Tonight former Governor J. Frank Hanly of Indiana delivered a lecture, it being the only address in English before the conven- To test the full value of a dollar you should let t Jensen dn your painting. The painting proposition is one that puzsles many people, on account of the materials and work that some painters furnish that Is, they do the Jobs as quick as they cant and get the money as quick as they can and furnish materials as cheap as they can. We do not work or sell under those principles. Our way Is to guarantee the material and work and satisfy the customers. Our price and the work we do holds our trade and our customers al ways have a good word to speak for C. Jensen, when It comes to painting In or out door work. C. Jensen, Masonic Temple. Pastor Refuses to Preach at Funeral Decline! to Act for Man with Broken Back Who Accepted Dance Benefit Money. Marshalltown. ia.. June la-tspe clal.) He.ause the Ancient Order of United Workmen lodge gave benefit dances and thus secured money which was turned over to the fanlly of Nlcholos Jorgenson of this city, who has been In bed for three years, with a broken back, Rev. Claus Quallen. pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church of this city, refused to conduct -the burial service. His refusal has created a distinct sensation In his congregation, and among the Norwegians of the city. Rev. James McGee. a Baptist preacher of the city, was secured to con duct the. service. Jorgenson fell out of a building window near Lubujue, three years ago, fracturing his spinal column. For months hs was treated at a local hospital, until It was found that treatment was hopeless. His family have been In needy circumstances. Martha Washington COMFORT SHOES Secure comfort to a decree never before experienced for your sensitive, tired, aching, fevered feet by wearing Martha Washington COMFORT SHOES Stand oa your feet all day. walk mi lee and your feet will never know the distress so common In ordinary shoes. Mayer Martha Washington Comfort Shoes are as easy oa the feet aa a glove Is on the band. They will relieve every sensation of discomfort The elastic goring al the aides bold the foot Snugly, yields with every movement, pre rents pressure and allows unretarded muscular freedom. No buttons to bultoa or laces to lace lust slip then oil and oa. CossfortaUe, stylish end suitable tut some and street wear. Tie geeulne have the name "Marias Washing loo" USB(M1 oa the soW. Beware of Imitations. Only (he gesvine gives the fullest cum fori. Made la 1 styles, high, low, medium Sold in every city, town orvuiage. If not obtainable, , writ ux. FREE HZi'J! ! a HW Sis sum1! hU iat vs al M.J, pi m m. ISlSsMnMIWlkl W.d.i- P. Mayer Boot & Shoe Co. HILWAVIU, WIS, Refrigerators that save ice. That's the kind we sell. Economic and Yukon. Prices from IIS to 3fi, white enameled or plain We show a fine line. P. C. De Vol Hard ware Co. Wilson Amazed at Harms' Charge Secretary of Agriculture Says Report of Lax Inspection of Meat Will Be Investigated. TRAER. Ta.. June 12. Secretary James Wilson, w ho has been spending a few days with his son on a farm near here, drove to town today and when asked with regard to the Harms meat inspection matter in Eait St. Ixiuts he stated: 'I have Just read of the affair and can only say that I shall be amaxed if anything of the kind exists as described. If there Is such a condition as Harms pretends It has never been reported to me by the superin tendent. The charges, will be Investigated at once and probed to the bottom. I am entirely Ignorant of the situation so far as the Harms Incident Is concerned. I ex pect to return to Washington on Tuesday." If you are dissatisfied try me. We keep our customers In good humor all the time 'by giving them SCIENTIFIC SERVICE and HONE8T GOOD'S. Here you get the beneft of years of experi ence, our personal attention and care of the eyes. Remember that we grind our own lenses and guarantee satisfac tion. Eye-sight Is my specialty. Dr. W. W. Magarell, Optometrist. 20S-S City Nat. Bank Bldg, Council Bluffs, la. BODY THAT OF ROSALIE MAN Floater' Identified at Oniira an George F. Barker, Drowned Last April. ONAWA. Ia., June 1!. (Special.) The floater found In the Missouri river last Sunday evening was Identified this morn ing as that of George P. Barker of Rosa He, Neb. Barker was drowned near Black bird Island on April i3 while attempting to cross the river In a skiff with three com panions. Two of the number got out safely and Barker and "Scat" Ingram were reported drowned. There hae. been some doubt as to the truthfulness of the report up to this time, as Ingram we wanted by the authorities of Monona county for conducting a bootlegging Joint and It was thought that he had taken this method to evade the law. . However, It now seems very likely that he met the same fate as Barker. Barker's clothing was Identified by his mother, who arrived here today. The body will not be removed from the cemetery here. A pointer on paints! The best house paints are made from pure white lead, oxide of sine ground in pure linseed, turpentine dryer, with the necessary col oring matter and absolutely nothing else. Our paints are rrtde from only these In gredients see our guarantee. When a dealer offers you a combination paint wlih a fancy name, require him to state definitely what else It contains beside lead and sine. II. Borwlrk, 111 South Main street. BANKER DIES SECOND TRIAL Mas Inonne Over Grand Jery Secrets Jam pa from Hospital Window. MASON CITY, la., June 11 (Special.) After two attempts, William J. Bonker of Plymouth, who became melancholy and later Insane because he Imagined he di vulged secrets of the Jury room, finally ended his life In this city last night. He first tried to kill himself by cutting his thoat in a store in Plymouth. He nearly succeeded, but the physicians were confi dent he would recover after he was brought to this city and the wound was dressed. While In the hospital he Jumped from the third atory window, lit on his head, broke open the wound and bled to death. Omaha Train Robbers on Trial and 125.000 of the Iowa Loan Co. money must be loaned on furniture, pianos or any security this month In Co. Bluffs. Corner Pearl and Broadway. Both phones. Oxfords and strap pumps In all leathers from $1 to 11.60 at Duncan's, 21 Main St N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 360. Night. K-170!. Oarers ( Palmer College. I. EG RAND, la., June ll-Special.)-Tbe following officers of Palmer college, Le Grand, the Christian denominational school of Iowa, were elected at the annual meet Wig of the trustees, which was held this sfternoou: President. A. H. Welker of Marshalltown, vice president, A. 8. Lynn. Orient; secretary. U. A. Oettla, LeOrand, and treasurer. Rev. J. W. Piper of Le. irand Trustee In addition b emitters Cfil Furnish- r rooms I mil rfiT &aj" rash. $ Monthly I "U I - I May Be Feathered at a Remarkably Small Cost Just Mow .... This "nest feathering" store enjoys an enviable reputa tion as the best value-giving store in Omaha, but in this sale we feel that we have reached the climax presenting the most magnificent and the largest collection of underprieed specials offered to the buying public in a single event. The following are a few of the many and should induce you to pay an early visit to this economical supply center. "CREDIT" Willi No Interest Charged for this Accommodation ROOMS '$(lCah, $.- Monthly' ROOMS $ $8 Cash, 9t Monthly s ROOMS $ 9 10 Cali, $H Monthly 1 1 .v at - mm Nantucket Leather Couch These oomcMps are made with frames of niasslv beautifully carved and hand pol lened. They are set with best oil tempered steel springs. Upholstered In Nan tucket leather. Kpe sale price solid oak, 1 OriI (ill 121 ' l Wmm "oi j i" rin 'n'""". Solid Oak Davenport Sofa Bed Sanitary Steel Couch Msde with heavy angle steel frame, both sliles elevate, making a full size, comfortable bed Has spiral supports under body. Offered now at the special sale price of Positively the best davenport sofa bed in Omaha for the money frame la marie of solid oak and Is beautifully carved. Seat and are set with host oil-tempered steel springs and deoplv tufted. The edge ot both seat and bark Is hamomelv ruffled. The upholstering throughout Is guaranteed Nantucket leather. Special for this sale. The back 229J Dressers ; These dressers are of expert work manship and finish, maile of se lected oak. The top drawer has serpentine front, sTi d9 the mirrors are large and have deep beveled fj edges Oak Chiffoniers These Chiffoniers are from one of the best makers of bedroom furniture in the country. They have five large drawers of ex pert cabinet work TRS and large French J u" beveled mirror. J Price Solid Oak Bookcases Of superior construction nnd ' finish, a value that Is un matchable, beautiful carved or namentation and large French Deveiea mirror. Specially priced this week, at o r ir, 10 95 Solid Oak Side Board All Brass Beds A value that cannot be equalled anywhere. A mas sive bed with large 2-inch posts, in either bright or satin flnlwh. with genuine French lacquer and guaranteed for ten years. We have offend big brass bed values In the past, but never anything to equal this origin or 15!f 9x12 Seamless Brussels Ruars These are rugs of exceptional quality, priced at an amazingly low figure. They are made of best ail worsted ma terials, made without seams and thor oughly guaranteed. The coloring are most durable and are most beautiful, clal this week Soe- Refrigerators Absolutely the best refrig erators for the money to be found anywhere. Scientif ically constructed and thor oughly guaranteed. The above Is one of our manv special values, On sale all week at the special price of ... Extension Table Special Made of solid oak, with quarter-sawed oak top. top 1b round and fitted with Hartman's nmooth running extension m m je 1 1 j m ki v. ; I ' buucs. iiiv uiBrSoi uui gam tt nr. DP,in . ill- WiliaiKl. i II"' A e s 6" k ' 'VKf7 fisrr 5h Illustrated Catalogue FREE To Out-of-town People Credit to People Everywhere sjSj Of very masrlve design, elaborste canopy top. Has serpentine front, lined drawer for silverware, mati- nlflcent carvings, a an fi C French beveled mir- I ln.OJ rors. Special for this MlJ. Bsia unjy, si ........ Collapsible Go-Cart A superior one-motion all steel go-cart, folds up very compactly with one motion. Strong and durable. Has rubber tires and leatherette hood. In black. Special price only Big Rocker Special No. 1 - a These rockers are made of solid tfak. They are upholstered in guaranteed Nantucket leather. It is very handsome in design, has deeply tufted back with a beautiful ruffled edge around the back and across the front of the seat. There are over 300 of these rockers in the lot, and we have cut the price to only 51? China Closets X3 - Made of solid golden oak, beauti fully polished, of the handsome bent end design; have large t rencn oevei mirrors in top. ex tra well made throughout. Sale price . 12!? 5i5 1 s 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs Of firm weave and most durable quality. Haa high pile and are of the season's nw est patterns They are rugs of exceptional cnaracter inoroutny nign grade. You can't equal these values anywhere In Omaha It's utterly impossible. Special. 225 Large Family Range Made with extra heavy castings, nave large aquare ovens, must nuraDie lire boxes and beautiful nickel trim mings. A superior range., pi-Ira this week, only . . . 261? 1414-1648, TF I Street 1414-16-18 Douglas Street who were elected were Ilev. A. C. Grafton of Orient and Mrs. A. K. Trine, I.eGrand. Urililluil Hlugi, Pure gold, stamlefs, all sizes, thus no delay or altering, 3 to 112. Kngiavlng free. Leffert. THEY SAY YOl' CAN LOAN MONEY WITHOUT YOl'It NKIGIIBORS KNOW ING YOl'R Bl'ST-NKSS. WHKRK? THK IOWA LOAN CO.. COR. I'KARL AND BROADWAY. THEY H A V K POS1T1VB: PROTF.CTION AGAINST Pl'BMCITY ANfi PIUVATE OFFICE FOR PARTIC ULAR PEOPLK. BOTH PHONES. the I'niveisity of Iowa' started yesterday to last until next Wednesday. The. regi mental review took place yesterday after noon. Tomorrow Ir. Shaller Matthews of the University of Chicago will give te1' bac calaureate sermon on the subjoot "The Religion of an Educated Man." Presilent Hairy Pratt Judsun of the Vnlvt,Kiry of Chieago will give the com mencement ad liess on Wednesday after College President designs. PELI.A. Ia.. June 12.' Special.) Pr. L A. Garrison, who has bsen prexldenl of Central college of this place for ten year,, resigned today. He leaves the college en that he can go to Harvard to devote a year to post-graduate work. Wedding Uifls. Pictures make Ideal wedding gifts, have them In all styles and prices, them. A 1,153 AN I 'ER'S ART STORE, S'JS Broad Hy. We Try Our prices are the .lowest, 'quality : con sidered, In the vlty. It us show you. Duncan Shoe Co.. 23 Main St. ' Commencement at Iowa City. IOWA CITY, la., June 12. (Special. The forty-ninth annual commencement of lona Nena Notes. WAPELLO Fred Mariotie. a farmer liv ing near hcie. shot and killed him-elf while drunk, after he had threatened to kill his wife and children, and after he had followed them to a neighbor's house. CLEAR LAKE Over 100 toys of Des Moines will come to Clear lake for a vacation this summer. Philanthropic in dividuals and business firms of Pes Moines pay the expenses of the newsle outing, which will last for ten days. ONAWA C. C. Smith, formerly auditor of the Neola Grain company at Rodney, la., was arrested at Minneapolis by Sheriff Hawlings this week, on a charge of em bexzlement. The company clsjms a short age of $1.1(10. Smith admits that he is short, but denies that the amount is so large. ONAWA A new drainage district has been petitioned for in Monona county. It will drain lands In both Kennebec and llelvidere townships, affecting nearly l.OuO acros of rich fanning land. An engineer has urn appointed to make a survey of the ground and to make report as to the necessary Improvements required. STORY CITY By a majority of ighty the voters of this city, at a special elec tion neld yesterday, expressed a wish that the city council purchase the plant of the Mory City Electric Light and Power com pany. The plant was erected nine years sko. with the agreement that the city lould purchase It at any time after it had been in operation for five years. Council Bluffs (Continued from Sixth Page.) Lohengrin wedding march, played on the haip by Miss Swanson of Omaha. The bride, a strikingly beautiful young woman, was attired in a handsome gown of white silk mull over tilk and trimmed with Irish lace. She wore a bridal veil with a wreath of lilies of the valley and carried a large shower bouquet of the same flowers. The Lride. who was given away by her father, was attended by little Miss Caroline Theln haidt as flower girl and little Miss Eliza beth DeVol, a niece of the groom, as ring bearer. Rope of smilax took the place of ribbons and were held by Ir. Morgan Culler and Mr. Harry L- Van Brunt. Dur ing the ceremony the "Angels' Serenade' Has softly played by Miss Swanson on the harp and after the ceremony Mendelssohn's weddiig march. Following the ceremony an informal reception was held and refresh ments were served. Assisting n the dining room were Mrs. Henry Cutler. Mrs Fred Kmpkie. Miss Cherry Wells and Mrs. M. M. Head of Jefferson. Is. Presiding over the punch bowl were Miss Jane Bonhuin of Tacoma, Wash., and Miss Nell Mabie. Th rooms were beautifully 'decorated wit'i palms, ferns, smilax and pink roues, and in the dining room the table was lighted with subdued pink shades. About I'SJ guests were present and the affection and esteem In which the bride Is held by her manv friends was evidenced by the large aria, of beautiful and costly wedding presents Mr. and Mrs. DeVol left the saipe night over the Northwestern for Minneapolis, be ing accompanied to the depot by a la rut crowd of friends In automobiles. Mr. DeVol wore as her traveling dress a tailor made serge of peacock blue. After a lake trip Mr. and Mrs. DeVol will occupy apart ment In the Grand hotel annex until their home on Glen avenue is ready for them The groom is a well-known young business man, being secretary and manager of the P. C. DeVol Hardware company, while the bride has been since her debut in society one of the most popular members of the younger set. Treat your feet to a pair of cool low cut shoea. Our prices will make it easy. Duncan Shoe Co., 22 Main St. Sperling A Trlplett handle the well known Peering mowers snd binders. 3J7 Broadway. H 'i t ft h m I- y is n