Le Mars Semi-Weekly Post (Newspaper) - March 28, 1902, Lemars, Iowa D and RIGHTS TO ALL AND SPECIAL PRIVILEGES TO VOLUME Memories | 2 Dy B. G. X i i l r a A S T E R and 80 when I wna a boy I could got them for the When that mite of a girl brought her J ' brother's luncheon Bho ' Wo won't get any eggs this they're too and no Think of Harris laid bis paper across his tjok off his spectacles and straight Into the blazing wood as If on some enchanted I wish she'd como every he but there something about the girl that roe strongly of Both pink ou her hat or hor 1 don't know Just but Both and her pink sunbonnet haven't been out of my mind this Both had a lovely bloom and those March winds down along have such a way of burning skina that Both always wore sunbonnets when we went off on early spring and pink was her favorite was a greot day at your Cousin remarked s Both and I usually spent the afternoon before hunting eggs and coloring There were groat es of behind the counter In father's but wo preferred to run over to grandfather's a mile or more and hunt for what o It was Grandmother's reply to our yearly Question was ever the ' my run out to the henhouse and fill your But the substantial brick with its sitting room and dining room and Its up stairs where the fowls went to drew us not We liked best to search for the hiding places of the outdoor those that roamed over the farm at their own sweet stole their nesta and laid whenever and wherever they iron I N STOLEN There wero no egg trusts in those days and no ' in but of nooks and corners whore eggs wore to bo and we know Just Where to look for Haystacks and wero favorite and Beth and I did love to slide down those conical Mangers and haymows where we loved calf pens and dog kennels always yielded bountifully and gave us end of Such things were Those hens know that were born to lay and there was a Jubilant cackling going on all day on the It was always Easter with those After the egg hunting Beth and 1 ' buried in tho kitchen for the of tho with kettles and It wouldn't have boon half an Easter to us without col- ored Logwood chips produced a beautiful onion skins a yellow - For variety wo sometimes stuck bits of on the which in places remained white and gave ( sgs a spotted mother's bos of pieces or some mother's box brought forth bright colored colors that would ' Sho sowed a round each then wo dropped them into boiling where a few minutes and came out with tlm n uros and colors of the cloth stamped upon Artistic these Wo expressed our ' around the we separately on platters and Jj e- to admiring BothI It's twenty years Of more sinco you went and I'd thp world for a of your face under that sunbonnet was tho cry of tho yearning Ho bowed bis bead upon Ids hands and for a few moments - wind whistled and 63 ' ' resumed Mr. rising liko to have John Ids with What of all my The next day Harris hlB office said who after you since your aunt My sister How old la Going on I want you and AUce to spend tho day with me Come to C4 Central Wo breakfast at 0." Thank replied his eyes fairly sparkling as he thought of the good news In store for Well if they are was Mr. mental comment as John and Alice appeared before him the next Their fresh young voices and cheery faces charmed and before tho day was over ho had fully resolved to adopt tlie haven't a relative that know he I can never be young and Beth can never back to 0 I'll bring and we'll have n now Beth and David growing np in our Cousin Sarah and I have lived alone for fifteen and we're getting a bit but those young people will brighten us They'll put new life Into us and All tho old house with I'll take them out on tho farm next summer and show them what nests and haystacks are We'll have Kastor y day In tho That Mr. Harris had a long talk with his as he playfully called his cousin some ten years his and the result was that John and AUco found a happy homo and warm hearts to care for and all because of sweet memories of n happy childhood and a loving sister NUMBER 29 MR. BOIES AND THE Ue Han Not Y d Definitely Announced His Sioux City W. D. whoso name has been frequently used of late in connection with the republican nomination for judge in this is in the city ou business and also for conference with friends on political Mr. Boies has not yet male any announcement of his through the newspapers hut it is generally understood that he will seek a ' I haven't made any public announcement of my he said when asked whether ho would make the bnt it ia understood among my I think there haa been no announcement on the part of any of Che men whose names are that i ' er announcement I think very little has en done by anyone in the campaign thus It was reported here that Osceola county would nut have a candidate in the O. J. Clork having decided not to enter the His name has been ever talk of tho judicial hut is now that he will not be a HOY WITH A them thoi nnd all tho eggs tUey can eat ( or Don't they ever ' EASTER Appropriate Costly In tho way of gifts Easter is fast becoming a miniature edition of and bonbons in beautiful holders represent tho most popular and city florists and confectioners reap an immense harvest from this custom of Any growing from a pot of hyacinths a stately Easter lily or handsome blooming may be given and accepted as an appropriate says tho Pittsburg Chronicle It is in bonbon to a extent that the typical Easter gift is most apt to bo and very costly thoy are despite the airy of some of Tho display in the shops la Great straw eggs are made of colored braids Interwoven with gilt and have large straw rings ready Ing one of these wicker eggs parts in tho the interior is seen lined with so that It may act conveniently as a workbasket when its mission us a candy holder Is Eggs of various covered with satin and exquisitely hand open to reveal sweets Some are lined and wadded and answer for ring or cuff button Dainty bonbon cases are made of fine decked off with flowers of various Some choice china have on tho closely fitting covers little scones from farm the hen and hor progeny having prominent place in Flower trimmed fancy baskets in all sorts of odd shapes and laden with sweets are favorite Easter Opera bags and workboxes and heart boxes decorated with flowers typical of the season aro all in tho Easter small wares como in for a largo amount of and not only prayer for tho but silver such as glove envelope pin cigarette for the more worldly aro In Those who manufacture tho gifts which they present at Easter are apt to restrict themselves to small and dainty such as perfumed sachets of various decorated boxes for photograph opera and waist and other personal One of tho many exquisitely bound little books which publishers bring out for tho season Is a graceful provided ono understands well tho tastes of tho ON EASTER Beautiful whose voices sweet Echo tho the bells repeat All In the Did ye know that before the sun so red Had clambered up from hla downy bed Loveliest carols wero sung and said Early on Out whore the are bending Out where tho drift to and All In the Easter birds In quiet Twittering low ' mother 's Spring la lot's sing our Early on In woolly Safely hidden from wind and All In the 1 peep to see i What kind of a place tho world may be And waken and rustle merrily Early on The clear little brook sings low and Touching tho pebbles with dainty All in the Easter Spring la I make the way where the shall be some I herald the ray Early on Beautiful ore the sun was red were aung and said All In the The light the sleepy But the birds and the feras let brown In while the ntm look B - a v rl r y o o n B ai W ter t m m om an U i ia f. - T ou t Ward of Judge Is Operated Upon Sioux City at the Samaritan Dr. J. C. Mahan performed an operation on Sammy Thompson's right foot for a contraction of the tendon above the which prevents placing tho foot Hat upon the ground The lad ia from la. His mother was taken to the hospital for the insane when ho was qui to small and he haa been left on the Recently he was brought before Judge John P. Oliver with a view to sending him to the reform school on account of aome but the judge became interested in him on account of hia sand brightness and sent him to Some merchants of the place made a donation of money and the young man was sent here for the which was Meet at The Iowa Federation of Women's clubs of tho Eleventh District of lowu will meet at Sheldon April 4. The railroads have consented to give to tho convention special The following is the Miss Alice W. E. President Tuesday Storm A fl. J. Sioux City of the Mother's for Child Mrs. M. A. President Pierian Reports from Mrs. of the Tone of Mrs. W. H. president I. F. W. 0. Alice 3. Iowa Library Des Village Mrs. B. P. Civics Spirit The Needs of the Public Mrs. M. Columbian Killed by Brother's March 27. Miss ft daughter of a farmer near was shot and instantly killed Tho who was aboUt 10 years of had gono after hay and was accompanied by her a lad of 14 Tho boy was of a wild and carried a His story Is that his slater waa handling the when It waa The ball lodged In hor causing March 27. It la announced hero from Nice whilo W. K. and W. Bishop wore passing on an automobile last night through the villago of Le on their way to they wore for fast traveling and for not showing lights on their Mr. and Mr. Bishop wero kept in tho station houso until this when they were Textile Council Orders a Lowell March 27. The Textile council yesterday voted to order a strike in the cotton mills of this city on March 31, because of the refusal of the employers to grant a 10 per cent as at Fall Tho strike win directly affect about 20,000 mon. Alleged Forger Is March 27,~ MoBes who is wanted In New York for alleged forgeries on tho Seventh National ank aggregating $ 100,000, was here yesterday by Detective Sergeant McNaught of New and Detective Meyer of this Young Man Ends Hie March a7 Harry Brown committed yesterday morning by shooting himself at the of Wa George five miles of thia Ho was 28 years of F for SVc to show to the people who care about the way they 4 and about what It costs to look the best lot of Spring Over- C coats and Suits in this They arc certainly the nobbiest and most 8 attractive that were to be had in the Eastern Fabrics that will give long tailoring that cannot be and styles that are notably It is safe for us to promise you these things because the clothes are from the foremost dealers ia the U. S. Thuy arc here ready to put easy to pay satisfying to Its as much to your interest to see them as ours to show Men's Spring Suits $ 12.00 $ 16 JO and $ 20.00 Men's A FROM $ 10.00 to $ 20.00 New Fashions IN z z Young Men's Suits to I Soino very Easter Neckwear is at 50c Boys Little Boy's Suits in tho now Spring Stylos $ 2 $ 3 $ 4.50 Spring Summer Shirts at $ 1,1.25 and 1,50 Boys at 50 and 75c. Your Money Back if Not Entirely Clothing & Shoe Store Le Mars Tl ( n r m Rev. Brouher of Ackley conducted chapel exercises on Wednesday With Thursday afternoon tho winter term of the college camo to n and with it. tho term of tho of the of tho Tho Y. W. 0. A. had hold thoir Tnn Y. M. 0. A. their on Fri. March 31. Mr. Senning ro- Mr. Schmidt waa made vico with Mr. Hedgor and Mr. as and and Clyde m Tho of like those of tho Y. W. 0. A. will continue the of the winter tonn of The on tho other hand looted its tor ono Misa Brown will bo during tho apring Mr. M. will bo vice Hodger Mr. and Mias ott chiof Rev. C. H. Monro of tho Baptist church gave tho Y. M. and U. 0. A. a talk oa wiou last Tho of Uio Northwest confer - onoe of tho church which ia now Iwing hold in tho German church ia providing to preach every of this wook at the F. of by of conducted tho on Tuesday On thoro will bo no regular term recital of the of tho and elocutionary will hold on that recitals aro to the Union recently been organized for tho purpose of and rogu - lating the of the waa prosi - dent at a meeting on Thursday afternoon March after had been To All tho of and Mr. and Mr. Sovo were Mr. has since been appointed ns foot ball manager for tho coming Mr. Detloff will have charge of tlie Mr. Davis of the Held and track Mr. Bauer of the tennis department and Mordoff of the basket The baseball is the only department has as yet made any to Kemble Appointed MaroU 87. M Kemble has received the appointment of revenue collector for the southern liave been H O U S L PAINTING i Comes at ular periods the attendant but periods may bo placed farther apart if owners would study the paint and select tho TliG Paints All absolutely pure is iving the greatest ( io u. sers and there is an Immense demand for it. It covers more looks and lasts longer than any So certain arc wc of Ifc all of conditions that wo give you our personal Every user becomes Its firm SPOTTS d 724 Main At the tho following program booij arranged for Service begins at 10:, TO a. A n The V. Hy Matt 88; l- IO. I Know that deemer A song of G. He Unto A member of tho Union will preach in the ray Re Dea Iowa March 28th 1003, have boon made lor a to of una and one fare ou ( be Joint agent Western As wUl be yip oo olv SSth to IOWA FEDERAL Senator Allison Calls a Meeting on Satur day for D Maroh 37. Special A uall haa been aont out by Senator Alliaon for a of tlie ot tho Iowa delegation T o r 3: 30 o'clock on Saturday for a over tho federal patronage of the In view of the fact that there are o for every to be this Saturday meeting can in nothing more than a of preliminary during which tho strength of each candidate at the outset wilt be It ia unlikely that a settlement will bo reached until a later but as tho conventions aro soon to bo each member of the delegation ia anxious to have this question of patronage settled s early a date as in order ( hat he may not be by a of ' It all the bers of- will bo present with ' Allison lu the o 5 8tei 3w 3 rople I a visit to t } lU this H U i havo meant a postponement ot tlie conference but the judge ia kept here by important in i takea great and which finds cannot be got onto the committee In time to permit him to take the The entire delegation - is in Washington at present for the st time in many After each has exhibited his hand at the meeting tho of or another at a gathering will have no particular i Piano Lou Lister tho well wn tuner will be in town about j Sth 1008 and will call on the music Leave orders at book 3fe or Sa Early and late 88t0 0.8HEAR0^^ Excursion Sum - Washington Nobles of tho Mason April Oth Ar- -' i w i to flj of the j H. 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