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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 23, 1913.
6 A Gains 30 Pounds Council Bluffs Council Bluffs Council Bluffs rr fr 'i rmrfirinr r.n a ( v rwior-in ry ira, fi ' tMAA'kAM'MMMAA pa f in 30 Days ,PMW PUNR IU VITAT, Pwtone, the Kemarkable New Flesh- 4 " " " Builder, Build, Tip Flesh Fast Mid Haphazard Methods Oct Nowhere in Makes You Plnmpand Btrong. , City Building. 50-Gont Package Free iEXpEET WIR-T0IVEg TALK jlpenk nt llnnqnrt nt tirnnd Hotel, Gtvlnsr City Idrna on llorr Beat to Improve I'nrk System of Bluffs. Proton Win Make Yon Round, Ptoanp ra Protty as PUturt. Ihln peoplo suffer a Rood deal of t. barrassirnt and ridicule. As iei poke fun at -a bony liurae, so arc bo-, people the target for many humlllull. . flings." The plump, well-formed man or wo man ii a magnet; Protone makes yon Plump, strong, well-formed, normal, put roior in your onecKs, in your whole body is tlio most solentltlc nnd effective flea and strength builder so far known, barf ring none. V J The regular $1.00 size, of Ironmtrl for sale by all druggists, or will be mailed direct, upon receipt of price, bj Thp Protone Ca, 485 Protone 11 Us-. Detroit, Mich. "If you only have $5,000 a year to expend on your jiarks, spend every cent of It, It necessary, to secure the best IrKtslblo set of working plans for the development of your park system. " said Theodore Wlrth, superintendent of the Minneapolis park system, at the dinner a: the Grand hotel last night. He Was the gUest of tho Hoard of Park Com missioners, the Commercial club and the Ileal Estate exchange. The declaration In favor of methodical procedure was the keynote of the great nmotint of valuable Information Mr, Wlrth Imparted. The second Important thing urged was tho acquisition of still moro park lands while tho price Is low. Tho unfortunate weather conditions In tcrposrd a serious" bar to an Important part of the program, which Included niitnmoblln trips throughout tho whole nnrlc HVKtuin nnd over many miles of proposed boulevard routes. The blanket of snow made it Impossible for tho cars to climb the grades, and only a small portion of tho parte property was In spected. This Included a portion only of Fnlrmount, Lincoln nnd Ilohrcr's parks In the hills and Dayllss, Cochran ntfd iIih now nark lands acquired on the Minor Mention OemacJl Bluffs Office The Bee Is at 14 2TOBTX Main nt. Telephone 4. IOWA EDITORSJOME BACK Southwest Editorial Association Meets in Annual Session. NEXT MEET TO COUNCIL BLUFFS n your checks, a hnppy twinkle ,..- ront But It was sufficient to give r eyo and a fine poise to your n.r. a ci,ar Idea of tho pos- jody. It keeps you that way. U , the Park exvtrt a clear lueo. or. inn .,. .ni.nifi nn,i rri. rio.l. . aihtlliUa that lie In the Intelligent de- Free Protone Coupon It will cost you nothing to prove tho remarkable effects' of this treat ment, Tho Protone Company will send to any ono a free 50o packago of Protone. If they will fill out this coupon and enclose 10c in stamps or silver to help cover postage. They 111 also send with It full Instruc tions and their book on "Why You Aro Thin," ' TUB PKOTOHE COMPART 49S4 Proton Blag. Detroit, Mloh. Name .. Street City State The regular $1.00 size of Protone la for sale In Omaha by Sherman & Mo Connell Drug Co., 10! So. Hth St., Ittli and Farnam fits.; Owl Drug Co., 324 Ho. 16th St., Dcuton Drug Co., 1E01 Farnam Ht . I.oynl Pharmacy, 207 No. 10th St; 1M1 Drug Co., 1215 Farnam St. No free packages from druggists. $100 IJM'CAasiH TO TVS IHI TXV BKAIOKS la Proof of tits Paot Tkat Bonds Ax tss Most Dei Irak If rorm of Investment. jn rxamnio of one reason I MAIUCKTAHU.IT V, Bonds are readily, convertible Into cash without the an- noying details or Austraet, I'uoiicuy, Taxes, Insurance nnd Filing Fees. A few suggestion's which may be work id out as reajiunsl'. UdNDS A lit! aefure. Marketable, Is. uil in rtinVonleni. amounts. Sold on small commission. Oood collateral. A contlnulhg Investment, Kaslly trans ferred, a secret Investment. Bonds Increase In value. Are saleable abroad as well an at home. Pay a ftood rate of Interest. Are Issued by business men. Are issued against a mortgage. . UOLDEIU3 OK BONDS Aro Tree from earn, can railed interest easily. May diversify their holdings. Are free from personal ox'umlnatton, May leuvo the); esiaio invoxicn. RUI.ES or CONTEST 1 -Among answers of equal merit preference will be given to the shortest No reason shall be over 30 wordB. 2 All answers must be at Burns, Drinker & Company's office, Omaha Nat. Dank Uldg., not later than 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, March 1, 1913. nt which time the contest will close. 3 There will be four cash prises. Kirst prize $60.00. Second prise $26.00. Third prlxo $16.00. Fourth prize $10.00, Announcement of winners wm ne maoo in me nun- day papers, March 8 th, 1013 Contest Is onen to everyone. 6 No inanuscrlnt will bo returned Lawrence liurnMw ir.i A. cutuoert potter 6 Samuel uruiHcr nuu will be the Judges, and will make awarus or prises iq me contest-, ants whose answers In their Judg-' ment arq moat deserving. 7-Manuscrlpt should be addressed to Kl'UNH, lIKINKKIt & COMPANY Soaas nna Stocks for Xavtxttnant Q1CAXA. 449.4S0-4S1 Omasa Mat. Bank Blag, raoae Bouglaa 88. a butox jzxaz,s. Should Bpfllke's flour, yunt for Irish POT T Vy not for Dutch! I don't can see. It makes rust shptendld Kaffa-lvake, I'nd Noddles und fine tirotlt It nuke. iMfs ler yery bekst flour dat efer I saw, Dat UpdUta'a Pride of Omaha, Mrs. l'Yntik Schuetx, 202t Howard Street. Free Flour A 24-lb. sack of Upillko's IVtde of Omaha Vlmir frco for ever Jin gle that wo usQ for advertising. A DIbcuU cutter mailed to all who tsond jingles. Mall your Jlnglea tp Jingle Manager, ike Hilling Co. Omaha PSA certain party named Frank I ruum is very snenv Updik Violins Camnletf vittti csst, bovr and x Ira trluc at S.no, tU.OO. 7.O0, SH.O0. 910.00, 913.00, 23 and up. Sold nl EUisy Pay. raclBtm. Write for Free Catslo of Musical lastrwmcula. A. HOSPE CO. ISM Douglas St, Uuakc, Hob. aihtiitica that lie In the Intelligent volopment of the property aircauy acquired and tr-at wmcn no .jtoi.j urged to bo ncqulrcd In the ntar future. There Is no Investment, he declared, that will return a more desirable aivweno or be a better asset man system. nrsalta In MIneaioiio. xr ivirih told what had been aceom- r.n, In Minneapolis within the period of the seven .years of his administration of tho park eystem. The city had ex pended about $7,000,000 for the acquisition and development of tho park property, and le securing, by a, l mill levy ior w maintenance. $200,000 a year, inc cii parks comprise an urea of .1,700 nrrc. with sufficient boulevards and lakes un der control of tho park ooaro o ni tntal area un to 8.700 acres, which gives a ratio of one acre to eighty-eight persons. The Ultimate purpose li greatly to Increase this are, probably to tho ex tent of 65.000 acres of paras, uouKnuruo nnd lakes. He strongly favored tho lssu bonds for tho purchaso of park land while tho price was low, nnd thus i.t th nresent generation licquiro un. park lands and futuro generations pay for the improvement", tnnthtr thought prominent In all he said was that the parka belong to the peoplo and that alt Improvements should bo for tho purpose of oncouragtng and n.,n,mlnp thn widest possiDio " ,'v ,,.-....n - . ... .t.l,ii that a sign, "keep off the grass .... 1 .k.l In Ihn first tnn-nWM mi BOUI. ... ' - year of his work In, Minneapolis he burnt pp more thin two Mrofronloads. " signs. Another thought' strongly empha sized waa to put walks where the people want to walk, mtv tn Control Trees. Touching upon' the subject pf making h. TOhn1 rltv beautiful ns well as Us iiuit svatnm. he advocated the placing of HU street ahadt trees within the absolute control of the municipality, he is none in Minneapolis, and he advised the request in thn ritv rnuncll to enact such an ordi nance here. The planting and; enro of all such troes would men be uniform and thnlr nrnrvr care assured. They would bo planted with a view of beautifying each street, and location, variety, manner of planting and care would not be left to the caprice of individuals, eacn imoucu with iiiHcnrdant ideas. This feature was. received to heartily that n motion was put and unanimously carried rcuucsUng tho city council to en- nct such an ordinance. Mayor Maioney nnd v Aldermen Boycr. Stone, .Evans and Huber were present und agreed that If uch an ordinance can bo enacted under the present state laws It should oe aone. At tim conclusion of the dinner, which lasted an hour and a half. Superintendent Wlrth spent another hour presenting the subject of an audience In the ball Yoom of tho hotel on the sixth floor,. Using a stercoptlcou to Illustrate what "had been .rmmnlliihrd In Minneapolis.- ummet Tlnley. who was. Chairman oi i I the meeting, gave a brief history of the park acquisitions of Counou hiuiib. show- ling that the actual cost, oi m than 700 acres of park Janas ns w. but a few thousand dollars. He caught the spirit and approved tho plan for bi eater acquisitions, urging the early procurement of sites n tho south side of the city and a large area In the north west portion. Throughout the course of his Illustrated lecture. Mr- Wlrth pointed out the splendid possibilities for the de velopment of a magnificent park eyitem .In Council tiiuiis. At the conclusion of the lecture, Mr. ! Wlrth and nearly all et those present. .with the exception of the women, rep resenting the Clvlo Improvement assocla turn, repaired to the Armory and spent the remainder of the tventng eiijoylng the entertainment provided by the Inltla- I ton of a largo number of new members ot the Knights of the Full Moon. ii I Ileal BUte Transfers. i ... rnnwinir rpsl estato transfers were - r.nnrted to The Bee Thursday by the I Pottawattamie county Aosiraci com pany; r nt xtMVtueii to T. F. Ilealey. I part nwk. neli, JI-TS-tl. w. d.....$ 3,000 m' k enn lr.. and wife to Kate M Chase, lot 10. block SO. Flem ing & Davis addition to Council Hluffs, q. c. d llattle B. Sherwood and husband to 8. It Ferguron, lot 7. block 7. Mynkters addition tq Council llB,W.fVoss and wife to Milton C. Clark, lot 25, block $3. Ferry ad dition to Council Bluffs, w. d... F V. Fullbeerg and wife to 03. C. Archibald, lot 4. block 27. Everett addition to Council Bluffs, w. 4... A. J. Brown and wife to W. O. Greenwood, Jot . block 28, Bayllss & Palmer addition to Council l Uttiffa w. it W. 8. Rodman and wife to W, F. Whltbeck, a. 10 feet of lot 3, end liu 13 feet of lot . block 31. Avoca. w. d W. HUford and wife to John W. n,.h. nW mU I1-7I-5S. w. d John II. Von Dollen and wife to J. ' A. Waaser, part seU seH s-n-39. w. d Davis, drut. Vlftrola. $11. A. Hespe C. . Cerrlmna, ualertakers. Pheaee iX TToilng Uadertaklng Ce. Tel M. Blank book work. Morehouse & Co. FAUST BBESR AT TtIinB' aVTTHT. Lewis Cutler, fuaeral dlreetor. Phone 7( Watch given away free at Detferts' auction sale. The highest grade optical work In the city Is done at Lefferts. See Borwlck for wall paper and paint ing. 209 and 211 South Main St. Scientific watch repair work, the kind that Is appreciated, ut Lefferts". TO SAVE OK TO r.OItROW. SEE C. M. Mutual BIdg. & Loan Ass'n, 12J Pearl. BUDWE1SEII on draueht-The Grand. Budwelier lit bottles at all first-class bars. A C. Bcltsch of Iowa Falls, la., Is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Baker, ior a tew days Bluff City Dancing club. Moose Hall, every Saturday night. You are invitea. Admission 26 cents. The United Commercial Travelers will hold their regular meeting this evening In their halt In the Merrlam block. There Is going to be something idolng and alt of tho boys In town are expected to be on nana. DOWN OOES the cost of living If you trade at this store. Strictly fresh country ", per dozen, 20 cents; best country nutter, per pounu. sv cents; gooa aairy butter, per pound. 26 cents; dressed chickens, per pound, IS cents; Colorado Jonathan apples, by the box, $1.60; Wine- sap apples, Dy tne oox, ii.za; lien navii apples, by the pecK, M cents; cauunower, 16 cents and 20 cents head; lettuce, rad. lahn nnd irreen nnlona. ner bunch, t cents; large flat can salmon, regular 25 cents, now 16 cents; 7. cents oil sardines, 26 rent: Tnnnv fish. In can, minced, as white as chicken, for salad, per can, 16 cents; rice, per pouna, a cents; ueuns, nr nminil. K rents: flaked hominy, per Douna. e cenie. j.ry a buck ui . i-urum. flour, a bread knife given with every sack today, per sack, $1.25. U Green, 1S4 Broadway. Telephone 2710. Black Cat Door Track. Hafer's Black Cat barn door track and hanger Is the beat traek and nanger made. This traok Is entirely ciosea.in, no rain or snow can cause it to rust or decay, neither can It get out of place. C. Hafer Lumber Company. Entire Afternoon Is Devoted to Tnlklngr Shop, nnd In Erenlns; Visitors Look Upon the Full Moon. Plans for West End Hospital Progressing Physicians and others intereetedV In establishing a hospital in tho western part of the city have scleoted a board of di rectors and planned for bylaws and rules that will permit Incorporation under the state laws. That those Interested In the enterprise ore determined to make the strongest ef fort to carry it through Is indicated by their willingness to como forward with substantial promises. It was stated yes terday that there had been pledged be tween $9,000 .and $10,000 toWard the equip ment of tho' propoeod hospital. 8eve"n of the promoters have each agreed to bear all of tho expense of equipping one room apiece, and this expense is Included in the pledges named, In, the board or di rectors are the three phyelcians em ployed by local fraternal orders, and whose difficulties In getting patients ad mitted to the other hospitals in the city was the inoentivo that appears to be leading toward thi establishment of tho third hospital. The personnel of the board of directors: Dr. W. M 'Oroen, Dr. H. A Itelchen boch, Dr. II. P. Benjamin, Dr. R, S Moth, Mrs. Edward Schlcketant. Mrs. John Nugent, Mrs. ,W. M. dreen, Mrs. Allen O. Mason. Mrs. Lewis Patterson, L. Field, Henry Pete-eon, Edward L Duquette. Tile location for the proposed hospital has been practically selected. It la proposed to take a purchase option and a long lease on the double tenement house on West i Broadway near Nineteenth street, known as tho Bell flats. The building Is two stories. It was erected by Conductor Bell of the Union Paclflo about 1S90, but has never been a profitable In vestment. The proposition to use the West Cpuncll Bluffs club building for the hospital has been practically abandoned. A committee to draft the constitution and bylaws has been appointed and com. prises Attorney Henry Peterson. Charles F. Paschel, Dr. W. M. Green, Mrs. A. T. Hofftnayr and Mrs. Allen . Mason. A meeting for completing the organlzatloa is soon to be held. The largest number of members who have yet been present at any of its an nual meetings hero gathered yeaterda to attend the midwinter meeting of the Southwestern Iowa Editorial association. The' sessions were held In the auditorium of the public library building, and be ginning at 11 o'clock continued, with an.y a slight Interruption for dinner, . until after 6 o'clock In the evening. It was not necessary to waste any tlnu In speeches of welcome, for the Iowa editors know that Council Bluffs tlways oxtends both hands In a glad welcome to them. The forenoon session waa devoted to the business matters of the assocli- lion, presented by President R. E. Cun nlnKhnm of the Olenwood Opinion and Secretary A. E. Stevens of the Silver Ci y Times. There were two periods when the talk was not all' shop. One when Dr. II. B. Jennings of Council Bluffs explained "Why Physicians Do Not Advertise," and when F. A. Turner, an attorney of Avoca, scorched the "Republican Con tributor to a Democratlo Paper." AU the rest was matter pertaining particu larly to the affairs of the newspaper owners and editors. During the afternoon C. E. Corey, see retary of the Ben Franklin club of Omaha, talked on "Cost." Ills Ideas brought out a great deal of discussion. The only other formal paper was by Hodge Jonca of the Shenandoah Worli Council Bluffs was again selected u the place for holding the next mldwlntsr meeting. When It came to the election of officers, A. E. Stevens, who has been secretary-treasurer ever since the ass- elation was formed twelve years sg. declined another re-election, A commit tee was appointed to select the most de sirable men and after a short conference reported tho names of W. C. McCllnto'jk of Tabor for president; J. C. McCao, Logan, for vice president, and C. C. Schaeffejr, Randolph, for secrctary-treas urer. Near the close of the meeting Secre tary Towne or tne commercial club ex tended the welcome to the editors to al low! the meeting of the Knights of thb Full Moon last night, giving them suffi cient assurances of personal safety to remove their fears and hinting at imough that was going to happen to exctto the keenest news sense. All presents accepted when told that If any attempted lo es cape they would be kidnaped. Tickets were distributed to all and later the handsome gold buttons were affixed to tho lapels of their coats. Strictly efficient optical work at Lef ferts. reek Boy Asks $5,000 for Arrest George Zees, a Greek boy, employed as a 1 waiter and dishwasher at the Greek restaurant owned by Anastatlus Pulopulos and managed by William Sltherls, has brought suit In tho district court against his two fellow country men, asking Judgment against them for $6,000 fpr alleged false arrest and Im prisonment, The petition was filed yes terday afternoon. February 3 the Zees boy was taken Into custody by the police upon com plaint of his employers charging him with the theft of $15 from the restaurant cash register. The story at the time was that the boy was known to have arisen from his bed In the room occupied by several other Greeks, and that his conduct excited the suspicion-of Sltherls, who dressed and went to the restaurant and discovered that it had Just been broken Into and the cash register rifled. Sltherls claimed to have discovered evi dence that Justified tho arrest. The boy was locked In tho city Jail part of ono day and all of one night, but the case ' . I . - .1 I . !. . mIIma Atl.l was not invsiisvcu hi mo j.ivw w. U was dismissed during the following day. Watches given away free at Lefferfs auction sale. 1.260 215 200 1,160 4.000 8. 400 Nine transfers, 3.163 total .$U,79 Lefferts' Money saved by attending money-saving auction sale. Key to the Bltuatlon-Bee Advertising. Ex-Labor Offioial Declared a Forger Bert Sanborn, local manager of the Jlarrtman railroad strlko. has been ad vised by President Ryan that John Walker, former organiser of the Brother hood of Railway Carmen, has been dis missed from his office and that his arrest Is being sought Walker was In Council Bluffs quite recently and was the guest of Mr. Sanborn for a couple of days. Walker told Sanborn that ha had sur rendered his office and was engaged as boiler Inspector, working under the National Safety Appliance bureau. After he left, Mr. Sanborn conceived the Idea that' thent might be somothlna- wrong and communicated his suspicions to President Ryan at Kansas City. Ryan replied tn a telegram, asking Sanborn to procure the arrest of Walker on the charge of forrery. u was stated tnat Walker had forged the name of the labor assoclattbn'a officers to e check for $79, which he passed at a hotel in Fonduiac, Wis. Sanborn's efforts to nnd Walker, now. ever, were rruuiees. n mi um learned that when he left here he went to Dickinson. S. D., where be lorueo. anothr check for $30 and passed It on a hotel man there. The police of both f those towns are looking for him and Fresldsht Ryan has asked the other officers of the carmen's union to give ii, widest publicity to the untalhtful former official to prevent, aim pther vjetlme and to aid tn securing his .rival. Tne OIllCIKI v .i.i. e.k has the man's plcturs and a full account of his actions on m pe. Lefferts auction sale continues dally. 3 and 7 p. m. Mnrrlage Licenses, Marriage licenses were Issued yesterday to the following named persons: Name and Address. Age. Louis Longo. Council Bluffs 22 Jennie Saltsman. Council Bluff 11 v. V. Taylor. Wsgner. Mo S5 Birdie Castle, Omaha..... 9 MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO. Sixteenth and Farnatn Streets now give The Famous Green Stamps , with all cash purchases. - The values of the PREMIUMS given in exchange for &C GREEN STAMPS are well known by all Omaha's thrifty shoppers Wo particularly call your attention to tho display of a few of the HK. PREMIUMS in our Wtat Window, and we earnestly request you to yisit the &?C PREMIUM PARLOR at 1417 Harney Street, so that you may moro fully realizo what this great PROFIT SHARING PLAN means to you. Tell your friends of the great Free Stamp Offer so they may participate. of 50 Green Stamps Free 50 at our storp each day during opening week Feb. 24 to March 1 30 Green Stamps Free in a New Book to Every Visi tor to Our Store. 20 Green Stamps Free for Coupon Below. Out It Out and Bring It to the Store. SAVE THB Hamilton (Jotcone Trado Marks, Coupons, Tobacco Tags, etc, that come with goods you buy. They can be exchanged for GREEN STAMPS at the "S. & H." PREMIUM PARLOR 1417 Harney Street. Not good after March 15th, 1913. COUPON This Coupon entitles the bearer to 20 GREEN TRAD ING STAMPS FREE addition Uo those received on a 25o cash purchase or over at MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO,, 10th and Farnnm Sta. In 'jgrmm Drug Merchandise at very attrac tive prices and "S. & H." Green Stamps with all cash purchases. 8 boxes Safety Matches 5 Vi peck Good Matches 10(5 600 boxes Writing Paper, all worth 40c to 50c, on sale 25 ci 50c box Gold Initial Cards 25 Fresh new crop Sassafras Bark, lb. . . .25ci 1 lb. pure powdered Borax 7, 60c Java Rice Face Powder 19 60c La Blanch Face Powder 45 d 60c Hind's Honey Almond Cream ....29rf 25c Packer's Tar Soap 15i PATENT MEDICINES $1.00 Peruna 80d $1.00 Gray's Glycerine Tonic 894 $1.00 Fellow's Syrup 896 $1.00 Llsterino 896 60c LlBterlne 456 special notice y SrSKt lster Checks. Heretofore wo only redeemed them In $6.00 lots, but In order to cloan up outstanding checks, we will gladly redeem any amount you may have on the same basis as before, allowing 26c In trado for each $5 worth of checks or any part. If you prefer wo will give you "S. & H" Green Trading Stamps in exchange. Myers-Dillon Drug Co., 16th and Farnam WiMWVWMMWWMM HMMMMMMWMWVWM MWMAAAM BBBSa1 gRji TO END SUFFRAGE FIfiHT Iowa Will Let Women Vote Whether They Want Ballot. SAY THIS FULFILS PLEDGE Stock Shippers of , llnvflteyc State ricad wtth Legislators to Appro priate Sloner to Make Fight Against Hoar Cholera. We have a ble stock of organs- taken lit on pianos, wo must close them oui. You can get one at a, big bargain on easy payrnsnts. wo will tako it uacK any time at the price paid on any piano. Hospe Co,, m qroaaway, wouncu Bluffs, la. THIRTY-SECOND STREETS DEFEAT EIGHTH STREETS rri, Thtrv.iifpond street school 0 ..,i ,h. l-iirhih ktreet school, ootn alxth irrade teams, last night, at the lo cat "V," by the score of 1$ to 2. The Thirty-second street live nna me Eighth street quintet outclassed frdm the start. Their guards prevented tho losers from getting ft basket througnoui uie The features or the game were mo ket shooting of Nlllus and Clayton and the passing Of Slnderson and Lewis. The green and white five took the lead In tho fore part of the first half through the basket towing of NIHua ana Allan. and held tt to the nair wmcn rnueu, Thirty-second street, 14; Eighth street, 1. The Klghth streets put up a game In the second half and held their opponents down to five points. The half ended, Thirty-second streets, 5J Eighth etreets,' L The lineup '(Kroih a Staff Correspondent.) DE3 MOINES, la., Keb. 22.-(8pccial Telegram.) Members of the loKlsUtutt expressed their view that tomorrow they will be able to put sn end to tho discus sion In favor of an amendment to tne constitution for woman suffrage ami chat the amendment will be disposed of In the senate. Tho plan Is to sustain a committee re port adverse to the amendment and " claim that the adaption of a bill giving women the right to vote on the question as to their own wishes will be a fulfill ment of the pledges of the parties on the subject. Unless some hitch occurrs In the mat ter this will be done. Fanda to Flgat Cholera. Representatives of the stock shippers of Iowa and the leading veterinarians ap peared before tho legislature today anJ pleaded with the members for the pas sage of a bill to authorize an effective fight against the hog cholera In Iowa by the establishment of a new serum laboratory and placing a large fund in the hands of the State Live Stock bord to maKo the right. Jt Is expected a bill will be favorably acted on In a few days. Supreme Court Decisions. Stato against Gordon Davis, appellant, Davis county; assault: affirmed. Joseph Wiggins against 13. Meredith, KeoxuK county; rramisnmcnt; affirmed. . . . Iefebure, appellant, against American Express company, Linn county; carriages; umrmea in pare. oiaia against James Henrietta) pellant, Muscatine county; larceny; firmed. TIimTY-SECONp Nlllus Allan lF. Clayton ..........c. Slnderson U.U. Achats (c.) u.u. EIGHTH ST. II.G (o.) Ollllgan L.G Tlmberman O Coyle n.a Hansen L.G Lewis al- at with him soon released him with tho aid of an axe. Ida Grove Farm House Burned. IDA aHOVE, la., Feb. 22 (Special.)-" The big farm house on tho Ed Benedict place, seven miles northeast of Ida Grove, burned to the ground, and tho tenants, Mr. and airs. Itoy Kalrchlld. saved nothing but their piano and sew ing machine. Mrs. Falrohlld had a coU loctlon of hand-painted china, which was lost The house was one of tho oldest and best farm-houses In the county, and for many years had been a landmark. Word was phoned to town for help and many automobiles loaded with citizens wcro Bent out. but the house burned like tinder. Benedict had $1,500 Insurance and Mr. Folrchlld !S00. Cliinio and French Clocks Skillfully Repaired. PDHOI.M mm iota ft Ksrnsy others who have investigated the accident. A Horrible' Death may result from diseased lungs. Cure coughs and weak, sore lungs with Dr. King's Now Discovery. 60o and J1.00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. Bubstltutrsz Williams for Coyle. Bas kets: Nlllus. 3; Allan. 2i Clayton, s; Achats, 2. Free inrqws; oinuerjii, Ttmberman and Hansen. Referee: De Vol. Timekeepers: Hynes and BPrx. Bcorer: Bneparo. nme oi minutes, . . . ... If you appreciate gooa whcu repair work, bring your watch to Lefferts. MISS SNELL STARTS ON TOUR AROUND THE WORLD BOONE. Feb. K.-(Speclal.)-Mlss Elolse SnAl. 9,no of the best-known Sun day school workers In this country, left this morning for a tour of the world In the .Interest of the Sunday school move ment. Miss Snell goes to San Francisco, where she soils on' March S for ths Orient. She there gives a number of addresses and participates In many con ferences before going to Russia via tho Trans-Siberian railroad, Bhe will be pre sented to the heads of the governments In Japan, China, Korea, Russia and other European countries. The object of the trip Is the World's Sunday School convention which will be hold tn June tn Zurich. Miss Snell Is one of the few dele gates from this country to appear on the program. I tlrlef mdtns. rri.. .i-mhnl, nt arfltnt llf m&V nOt SUST' gesi tt. but one of the true characteristics of true greatness In man Is modesty. All the world loves a lover, because at one time or another all the world has Some women, with a reasonable oppor tunity lor nanpineaa on umr biuuw would rather be unhappy than out oi A JivDocrlts. son. Is a person who posts moral commandments In conspicuous places about his premises and goes ut ana lorgsts wwn.-vuasi. TRACTION ENGINE GOES THROUGH BRIDGE, MAN HURT SHENANDOAH. Is.. Feb. 3.-(Speclal.) -Joe Davis met with a very serious ac cident Wednesday evening while bring ing a threshlpB machine to town. When some five miles north of this place the traction engine went down through the bridge, pinning him between the engine and water tank, breaking his right leg And crushing It so that amputation will be rtecessary. This s&ms leg was broken about two years ao. The man who was Iowa News Note,. LOGAN With the exception of birds killed by thoughtless hunters the partridges- and pheasants shipped and lib erated near Logan are reported as doing won up to tne present time. LOGAN Tho Masonic lodge of Logan will hold a special meeting for exempli fication of degree work nere Tuesday afternoon and evening, February S. A good attendance Is expected. CRESTON The Burns detective agency has Issued a warning to business men In this part of the state cautioning them against check raisers who are said to be operating about here. A number of Instances arc noted where parties have been swindled through their operations, LOGAN According to Information re ceived here, the Soldier river is now nvnrflnwlnc its banks and flooding ad jacent lands notwithstanding the, major portion or tlio drainage system nas ocen completed. The overflow Is said to be attributable to obstructions in the river channel. BEDFORD Tho Bedford Free Press has been sold by R. V. Lucas to A. CV Brlce, Jr., who will at onco assume chargo of tho publication. The plant will be the property of tho Ormsby Printing company. Mr. Lucas has been in charge of the Free Press for the last seven years. PRBSCOTT A contract has been en tered Into between Charles L. Denney of Des Moines and a number of citizens of Prescott whereby Mr. Denney agrees to put down a four-foot snuare hole not less than 135 feet deep and not more than 150 feet In prospecting in the coal vein found east of that place recently. AFTON Saturday, February 23, the annual school of .Instruction In road work and weed destruction will be held at Afton. This school Is under the su. pervlslon of the board of county super visors, which has arranged a program that will appeal to all who attend, and Is In tho interests of the good road move ment. CRESTON "Brooklyn Red," the al leged Ottumwa crook brought to the county Jail here last night by local police officials, suspected of being Implicated In the Thayer bank robbery last yv- n ber, declares hs had no hand I that affair He admits oems an ex-vunvici and says he has been guilty of a number of safe robberies and Bafe blowings, but says he can prove he was In Ottumwa the night the Thayer bank was robbed, CRESTON The first carload of ma terial for Installing the telephone system of train dispatching on the Creston di vision of tho Burlington road arrived here vAutcrilav and work will begin at once stringing the copper wires between here and Paclflo Junction. It Is said a large number of workmen will be busy all spring putting In the system. It Is also stated that the telegraph system will remain Intact In ths offices, as tho telephone will be used for dispatching trains only for the present Other busi ness will be handled over the telegraph as at present. LOGAN George Milter of near Wood kin, has niMi a claim of 110.000 for dam ages against Harrison county for injuries sustained by being precipitated twenty five feet to the bottom of the creek west of Woodbine becaue of absence of a guarding rati on the approach or D. B. Hatton bridge No. 17. Attorney H. L. Roberta of Logan appears for Mr. Miller. The case will come up before the board March 4. and will be watched with no JltUe amount of Interest. Just how Mr. and Mrs. Miller escaped Instant death la a matter that pussies ths doctors and Tho Persistent and Judicious Use ot Newspaper Advertising is the Road to Business Success. ) Dyspeptic Philosophy. The best thing about many a man Is his good opinion of himself. A man nnd his wife are one when they are tied for first place. There Is quite a difference between taking a brace and taking a bracer. 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