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Alden Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOL IIJI K XII. BUSINESS DIRECTORY AUIKX IOWA. FMDAX, JANUARY 17, IWW. CHURCHES. ®” N, ***WMnoHALCHI ROB fttmn. .., ii tobbath ta ll IK rn OKU MAK h R < MI RCH itanltM .... . *«M.y ..in rn oeu»k * , D r£XJE ZZ! Hun.!** > -- - 7 my at __ StSfJSsr m "'"** ur ^ r n,B, * d * T •»■»* or. HH AN SHP80H & COTON, I THE bertillox system. ——DRALKn* nr-— train, Live Stock, NUM BKR 43. *1^*0 KU cal amman Mar *•7 Hn koo) iinBiwllatal7art«r moraine mttIw. Ha*, A. It, J aa aas. Pa. tor C 5 *'rk. P aa tar, STETZ»• ll oaiocfe a rn. aad Cia## maetlae at to o clock a ut -Alf fV"M» ....... OOAIj, ALDEN, IOWA, WImm, UL, Coal, WtrruM ti Oat. PofL ar# aa^lao, La vital JIT r PETER TAYLOR. dkalir OI- ■ow the rrtrxn iiirntiky and I.ETEt T I HI WIW A I.*. S§fJ* •nouW aery*. the? ara fully to treat him according to hla ju.t » . Iiattar enable) to pro ta ct aaeiair. With this knowledge id their no#. Tho Plan Teated with (mod ILn.nit. la Chicago aad Klwwh.r* How (ha H.at-mroman.. Ara Taken The In..rum.,,t. Head. _ OWN at th* Armory Po* lira Station in Chicago bara I. alitUa room, tho (intent* of which ara of ’rent liitnr.it to rut v In 'llvl'lo I abo n af ira Invited locator ll A .mall, square Libia; a low. square foot- a too I: aa uptight board, right tort •'Urb, ta*t>>art] to tho wail, with a horUontally graduated arain mar had upon It. About three . . jag f ** 1 *® lh* right of thi# board aaotbar vartlral atrip of wood. and to tho loft about tho .ain. dutane* la what awarn# ilka a blackboard with an Infinite number of finn lines ero«*ing it# surface In a vertical direction. In one corner stands photographic camara. In aaotbnr arn two ■moo—I e>»wa«4iaiiiW wa la otafiVN SLtRid J. WX}MMT, atctstbSs; p mini* ic. p. Live Stogie, GRAIN, Seeds & Coal. ALDEN, IOWA Aidaa tows. tam WILLIAM KEATHro. T. J, HICK, BUHR IUD wiirniB 4#m/w rn SXCI! ' Cb- Mf MU. ^aw aafl taaamablp betorn, aad aaa bring - * MNM! tllNi Al WAID rttdv til aw Un— T. J. RICK. .Mo,TSL J. A. BUTTON, ALDER, IOWA Healy and Shelf Hardware, PNM ta TNK Canary, Tinware A Woodenware, MI HEATHS STOVES t BARGES ta UM mark#*. O WI LU ATI caana. mich containing a windlaaa.on which are arranged hundred, of cabinet photographs, while ob the optw.lte wall I. .wen • tog* cabinet, which lookalike a .action or the poatofflne. owing to an array of pigeoa-holoa ail mind with card*. Hanging on the wail are a pair of large caliper#, and What appear* to be a large ut,I .mall cor-oentor a square, each having a abort adding arm working at right angle to the iong.-r firm or the *<|URrn, The caaua! vlaitor wonder# what all thin peculiar parrphemalla I. uaed for. but the I criminal who la compelled to aubmlt to It# operation realirea that the examination he there undergoes will lUuJ a* a perpetual menace to him. and will prove hi. entry into the criminal elae-es. It repyneenta the ramoua Itertlilon ay.tem fur the Identification of criminal*, allo (ted by the French Government, .nil now used terr extensively In Europe and in th la country "One ut the moat dim,-ult problem# eon- eaaslon there I. no danger of their releasing a man whom they feel morally oertain -iil^ , * r ? t# .* h f r * rl * raDd ‘ t ‘ ,u *Y ^ »»any miadwede, hut whom tney cen not convict ^-cau.e they cannot prove hie per •ooal Entity with the auth i of other i* wdkM ttfftivi ii I rn tnt b*n*f!t of tho <1 ttii bt.* By th# aer I ptive telegram i.\ay.,|. a# it .ii rot Octant‘of* to * UUU ° n !,,n w ' ,rd ’ " ntb ' Borean IE- — w “»• On Mal J Br **° record* are »v amino). all nrw- wt^T oonv,ct ' f,n *. ••Btaaeea, mr. views and ascape# noted and forwarded to m"ei«tor r ( ;f P,, ‘n ,r i* \ h ‘' “••■‘©fltl** In foil JSE^JLS*!"* ^ ,,pon thM wh ‘ n Peking Infer mation from Chicago cnMNtln# a crlm- IctcMnMna *VK *** “*"* w "^ * verbal i b ,‘* •“‘‘i'*' » ' loae and p, » n,,0 '»* , or» of #ometl,mg like photograph., a pro-en. requiring a lotrt r " Mhl, K a which de pended entirely upon the eiammnr a indg-ment and akin In phya|r«n,,my. It la rigb. her* mat th. em, acc of Her tit!**’# .y.^m Oe!r P e P rhI 0, ‘ h | W, . U Uk * ' Ut * to locate the n«cord of any criminal who ha# dtoiton / " ' u ' r • ,, ' l,| within the mn.- fr 1 ' 0 " O'**'/ lydc" department u.irg the !fertiu^ n .» J"L th *" »■ lh# «•># Identifleatton and rttord arn found with no more dlfllentty 'h* 'deUonary Hnipoalng ^ 0 b r n r ; f« »«•«» photograph, .iftderf according to th* height of the braly Into whtoh Alw ?'"• i?* d K *, m * a 11 '* fonnd ln which division he b«long. through that 6.WW photograph*. Taking the $ 333 method usually pursued by the pollee they upon * Photograph aad yerba! description, that more fre- SJJ-jr **rv#d to couliieo . search.------- th “ ,n •Formerly It wa# extremely difficult to d*tact a criminal by mean# of the d«*ecrip- doB ? l We nib! out Tho ae deception# would fly* the height, apparent weight, aolor of hie hair and eye*, and an attempt at a description of hi* feature., accum- panted by ajdiotograph which might have be*a taken Urn or ton year* preriou# to the —-----, __ j pi __ _ comm).aion of the crime. Wlthla a month * ft * r we •ooght to secure him he might be arras ted In Hen Francisco for a minor offense. In th** meantime be baa .hived hla mea. tanned hla complexion, dyed bl# hair. and otherwise altered bl# appearance to the extent that I* possible. He giv.,a an alia. TMK NOH, OK TMK HOI MRW VIE. ■•ca keawg a, t hr- awry aw. <> »w a millionaire'* wife i# not I* «. csp# petty dom** tie tr< uklea. Tkat fart «m mdiewttaA *>jr • dialogue between two rift Ii *w-•nu. tnaireu*. *1 do hay* lyk# bother about an-vanta. * said ma, comp) unmgly *W* keep two ctmmAiag. - ma»dB. aud a ait bor joe* we Ray* now ha* bean m th* ho*.* * week y*t. W* have ~ ti aa a* it m uo/f-n Iud#a id r month.* w*l| I baya got along tolembly «f Nte with my b«-lp,“ th* oih« r rrmrkta. et, opt a maid fo# myself " •Bull thought you war* datightod witb ll AIU*. O .he WH lh* quickest sad naetetat girl I eyer hail in the hon#* pretty a* a doll too. wasn't-he? and she knew** Tithing atteal toilet and wardrobe work lint what do yon thiak ’ Mb* had old rn ,d -4 ^ W . Lrtdfh Bt* rib.! aniUf, i ibwaght A wa* Impoverished blood that caused it, aad I had our family phyatcian dose bar wit I#-iron and other thing*, tnt it warns'I amy n.#—we eon Ida t warm her hand* Hh* d beat them when a lieut to dr*** my hair or do any other job around ma, bal they wont do t stay heated, you knew awd I really had to let her go.' !“*o you a** that wealth demand* th* utmost degree of refinement in hum bot at th«- Ma* time encounter* liWraMi in , om man ding it. of lh* d*y kb* Tnrrawt are again MVT Putt; Bol EURO, LMI ■ KA TINO, Al*Oa. law*. CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA tune at lo ■ . ■■Qcitan i on long or ah or • — toy rata* *f tatera«r. «^oTttaore*ei aad aatmprovta J. F. BYERS, aortal, Quickest ani Only Direct Lite BOTT JULY ALDE5, IOWA FALLS, ELDORA, AHD CHICAGO, ULWAL'KEE AHD ALL EA8TERH foihtb. Rmmu, WMpt, tats, Mm, HT MNR iBTBMi «k MMd Qttfftl Horse rgTiatif Mi Passengers Can Save _FROM 2 HOOKS TO 0 and when hi. photograph tv taken and com- "Ob we have eeat the ■ authorities there no rotemblaae- an be traaed. He #ervca a abort wutence. at the ^ "LP 4 f* , ‘ 0,, rt [ whlrtl he la discharged, the official, not knowing that h.. ie the Individ. I Whom W ": ,U ' t"' Uc " f( r ' n the I aouwtay tXTn the qui vive.* t" •*“* wherein.’ asked the reporter. Ie the liertllloB method latter ihtui the old »* . . *, <M L ““•* understand.* continued the lit .a o n jr,jn,n#J captured m ani of the clit..# where thi. #y»tem I. in '•>gue he I. MUbjeeted to u nerio. of ni>‘a.ureruent. *u. h aa will be shown ae we proceed. Ordering one of the operator* to .trip J,® ''!• trouimr*. two of the other*, alter nr»t taking a front and profile photograph of hi# lace. nroeeeded to measure first hi. height, then the dl»tane* between the ® r ,hB middle linger, of the hand. with th* arm. ouutrctched; th.* height of h«i a e't" length and width of the Ii Jo-e rt * bt e .* r - U> " le,t Too*, the left middle finger, and the left forearm. iou will see,".ald tho oj er.itor. that th*-in.trument* ar# so ur.|gne.l an i the pri«. «KE •■ eompellcd to aatnm* *uch position. while the measurement, an* being taken remaining photo*. they .undivided by three, according pi the length of the outotn-tched arm*. in the .ame manner. and It Is ound which of thee* elas-olleatlon# he belong* in. and we have un photo. l«fL lh*-.* are again subdii id***l by three by the height of the trunk, again F.y the length en i width of th* head, and so on through th* remainder of tho ton meaaurem.-nte until we are brought down to a particular number. Turning to a caiwi in which the Photo# are arranged. I.UXJ In each e*.#. we oo^ul'ki and *‘ d * ,,r f*ce. . u ,d opposite hi# number; in a l*ook. kept for the purpose, is hi* complete history, with a close and mathematical description of all marks, scars, or special features that would os purely personal aud Individual. The noae t# classified Into three dill.ion. a* to BET IVEEX CHIMBO Ut POINTS OI THIS UK BT TAKIXO notary public, tai nit OMN ai harm agent. THIS SHORT HOUTH Iten and Tows Property CONNECTIONS AT ELDOBA JtmCTIOM with the (’hietigr •tad J* orth we. turn Hniiway for Tam# Uir, Ofidfir Rapids, Hinton, Chit ago Moines. < onncil Bluif*, bl Faul, Minneapolia aud ail jvointk ic Dakota, Ncbraaku. Hennas ami the Welt BAIfK OF ALDER, nxMAix * sax, EXCHANGE BOUfiHT tm) NLC. ELDORA with the Central Iowa Rail-way for points North and Mouth. i°vm A W,tb ,h ® B • C - R * N. and Illinois Central Ra/lways, for Water }J^ DtHbuque, E'ort Dodge and Hloui For fill infomtion about Freight oi Passenger Rates, apply to our looal agentt -------- * ~ tnt! Freight and Pag or addrest the Gene _ •cager Agent at Eldora. Iowa. JONH PORTOR, BB Gail few fir. W.t. PORTKR, a. Mf. and r. A I *he police fore# of e large rity like i hiesgo. .aid ( hie! Hubbard to mu /afer '/erne reporter, “ta the oontroiof that chis. or man knowns, ‘habltunl erln)lllllJs.■ It I I* mad* up of men. women, and n large i number of children. w*f,o are the product of inherited criminal tendencies through mr. erat generations, and on whom the ordlnary methods ara entiielr thrown sway. Vs a stream can never rise higher than IU source, It I# u«e|e*s to expect thats man whoso anoestor* were criminals, sad who was born into and has always lived a life or crime, can coma to nnvthing but a criminal end- Our Ftate prisons were originally Intended for reformatory a* well as corrective Institutions. Owing to the difficulty that has always existed o, separating tho older and now hnrden-d criminal, from tho** who h ive committed their first of fen#*, perhaps through some momentary though ti,-ar ness or lap.# from virtue, man? a man who. lf lait to hi# own remorse aud , ? nimun ”*• would lear* Its walla resolved to regain and maintain hi* lost r‘.M..° od, ,? oni0 * f0rth to * atma*# to • “Od a continual expense to the th ’’ ou ‘ rh . *moblatten With tho dos-thcre oh » r ' v< ' tBn * that are no numerous *If the police, on th* arreat of an Individual on suspicion, or for the commission of any crime, can know for a certainty Whether that individual has ever before Dean guilty of any criminal proceeding. whether he bas ever undergone sentence whore that sentence was served, hi. char- TNE LATESTI MOMWD AHD URSO RY THI U. •« OOVRRHRRRHT. Mi* a SpedfiRy. VtapRTMIBItTtN DsRarhGl hyRgyiag th* •IMH sr BBH Katat*. MKIU NOLNES Brick, Cement and Lime. NBB* three ae ten gth. three a. to protu berat) to outline, and three a# to inclination of J * 11 »" 1 he se, n that although It .barely.pose!bl# that 'n tf.e measurement of ton thousand crlmlnnls there mav b<* two that correspond, yet tho scar, upon the k or .«»lo hp., the shape or twi^t of the hose. the Inclination of th* facial I'.*’ Ti which are determine*!, not. a. in the old method, by the eye, but with matbe-“J*. £ roni °« rU h» re<*ognizod and fixed point, upon the front aud tiack of The son! of the bosaewif* is Much v#v od by reason ®f question. It ■■ a cry that the d*m*#tie is teroaing uncontrollable. It. a* a cia*., bas darad to asa»rt itself,Md wm hold up oor hands sad wonder wbat the upshot will be. The servant que st iou m old. Oar grandmothers and great-grandmother*. and remoter anre*'re.cm atli). est in sol, mn cont lave aud lament**) tW <lny. when servant*) knew their phwe aswi ■lid their doty to the satiafartion ef their maaters, .md aa far back as we eau lr*** th# servitor seem* (way* to have hewn regardad aa a troublesome peraon. Tk# same old story is repeated for genera > lions, and WHI, I sop, o«e ever "in,adv the Lous* wife with ,i neb mine af mw-plaint. The revers* side of the medal ie# not often contemplated, but I woald wk yon lo cousidar it; for while w. rail rn th.* parlor, know that we arn a bo Ism# fruitful sonrre of ct mpUint ta th* kitchen, and that we *hontd hod it very | bard to r. fot® the charge* ag ,lust na if I we stood arraigned in a court of terne*. tics Let us weigh against their .mtape!) deuce. insolence and id tone*. Marne of our own little failing* with regard to them. I»o we ever nmcinUr when we have wearied ourselves in pur* it of plessni*. that there are. peri.- ..rad limb* aud setting toad* in the Whets-we insist upon th* 'early term," a,de of * douhtliss excellent bot not stnetly ar carate manta, bm Me other half ,l,^,a not commend itself quite so forcibly when we have to apply it to the servant* and we are apt. if we ever permit onr--clv*s to discuss such a question to em-pr*e* st outs *tew» upon their proneness to sh ep away their sense** if permitted Our own- .hall I say tempersf- ar* not always stnetly under control, either and we ar. often led into Intl# dtepUys than are very unpalatable wh*ii served rn. to n* “KWh by the cook or chn rn) term ani We bar* a happy little knack, too. of tag mg the cdg* off oar temper*, on the** individuals We may be mistresses af ourselves when china fall# up st. irs but oar pent-up feelu gs, *treugihen. d by repression are all the more for. ii ly 11re««ed when oar maut l#i« out th* wrong drees.■—Chicago Urtgrr the body. supplemented finally ^“thTphc^ ider tho identification accurate tograpb. rt*n ______________ andoomplete Ic-yond ii doubt. The nu trtcai system at measurement has been adopted by all countries as it fur niches a bael# for International us* of th* It aril : OI Wirt thud. and in much gimpier than the use of feet and inches. To lllustrute. In recording, telegraphing, or writing one meter, five centimeter*, and three milli-»• c *o write I. 5. 3, and . very one thmt b * ,i,B tuctricaf avs-tem the last figure. ST would mean mlllJ-metoni and nothing else. but unless dcfl emhi T hr Xp .K ,S *® three-quarters, throe-elghtha. three-sixteenths, or three thfrty- 2SStL°L“ lB *- l «- l «*' t ^ ml»und*r- stood for any one of these subdivision*. hic *5 ^ tiiHuy op[Kirtumties tor error. The non-universal use of the that only the tenuto or the bones is secured. I should think.* said the newspaper man. ’that the man'* natural growth and any muscular chang* due to a special line of physical work woald render the measurement* of no value after a rear or - l,Bd ** 1 *» » well-known fact. replied the oilier, "that the hones of the body attain their 1*11 development at TA years of age. At that lime their ~ iit t ara frequently taken at a younger aire still we ara not tnctlnod to class such casus ••Professional cr I rn Dais. .■2E.SMJ! now ln ,,# ® ,n Himi ii ii I hlladelphla. Columbus, and Joliet, a* I ('hloago, and Ic rapidly commending' itself ?T, P^ on to tee authorities of < ItarflUtm othflr i . NOOD a# tho measurements of a one Of these ^‘° d d ®‘ < -'-'Mlon made oi upon h,# PBwoa.*o-|grtherwl!h tho pigmentation of hi# even andtkeooatowrsnd "PPvarance of fate noro*. I uio r»urpong. WlUeh Is then forwarded to th* Where It Is *ntH** still s usttalaal la saUtted tol eS^Sc'S aBMWWN MMG little moral! hlmstaf, I* Ina rn-1 f araflrM Phiio*«phy. HE weather cai; n* t ptkaibh | li-iisc very .ui* Thi» •lumber rcpiicv-w when the wcathc-t is freezing * L.I,. the tee lh i*loi- en joyous otiiy in tlw-hot suxutuer tun# (I r ** e J i I.tivs ,> Minietitum it-, own reward. wj>eni.llT the retail mall boy helpH himself to a vcrv largv-ebew of hut father* tobanvi. I I ii-tea. I of Aph tin*, ran away anti you will lire to another .lay, but the chance* are that iou will run faster the next time. Dark shadows are cast bv bright lights. ’ A mirror rctiectn what in in front vt it, aud in not to blame if th*- reheel jus is not pleasant to see. A bird in the hand in worth two in the bush; but this -ame logic will aet apply to thorn*. Thera i* a wuii* tfif fereni-e between bir«in aud llximi at tau world. A barking dog may not bite/ but to will acara a tramp half to death. A <v>rn may be a totter weather imb cator than the almanac, aud p-i y folkn woald rather trnnt to -Old l*i a hi Ii tie*. ’ i ti t ratio Ledger. •ride I a fir** I UonaUsm* y * t#0> ** no o^taote to Interna- B&ssssm&s Sh ■ A Disinterested Laver. I “Ara yon going to bronk off your «u-gBfpment witb Min* Prentice?- in \ q y**t a 1 h< * r wiU * knSfcf? throu H 1 * *J»*‘ railway -bot I bay® |nta ***** *“ *■ compony baa offered MrtjNrty tbonMnd iSTmiMomemtT? imm. A Nouree mf A un*j aine. A gentleman, miming home ut t-i«*a lug, nfKike handily lo his fettle thre* year *>M. who was playing very im axile The little lady drop} <h1 bor i bx things and retr.*at«l Imstilv u. a cor Der. Vt hat a the matter' ” aaked j apa. VV ell, said the child, “Ft*, toswt rn good girl all tiua day. and ut * y«J come home and make' tnonble the tii—i thing.” A Nfem Which Fatted. Yoiim Husband—“Seems to n##-. daow, this chicken is pretty touwk * * Yonng Wife—“I know it k tad I oaot OBdaraiand it at all. I piafcad A. oat ajramll* “Did yon examine it dowdy ** fatifNtj I W. I looked in its rnmmkt *• VAing, toad I tmnld aaa it IwdnH "WW* »*• Atet tomtit y*t Fork W*W V . 3 -Mem ■f
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