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   Atlantic Cass County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 18, 1906, Atlantic, Iowa                                COUNTY JANUARY 27 THE MEAT PRODUCERS Local Branch of Corn Belt Asso ciation Will be Held in Atlan tic Friday COOD ATTENDANCE PROMISED Every Stock Grower of Large or Small De gree Should he PresentCoed Work Already Under the cull of President Hamil ton Wilcox of Caea County branch of the Corn Belt Meat Producers Association there will be an import ant meeting of the association held in Atlantic Friday January when the work already done by the association will be reviewed and the future work There is a grtat deal of interest being taken in this meeting and the attendance promises to be large and Because of the failure on the part of exsecretary of the state to render a satisfactory financial statement of the doings of the state local interest in its affairs became dormant about a year ago but since the change in that office by the appointment of Wal son of Henry Wallace of Wal laces the state association has taken on a new lease of life and the membership ia increasing in all parts of the state by leaps and The annual state meeting will be held in Des Moines in February and one of the things the local organiza tion will do at the approaching meeting will be to select delegates to the state Another matter of importance will the amend ments to the constitution deemed necessary at this time and these will be The State Association has done a great deal of good work and it is estimated that it has sieved the stock growers and shippers of the state by securing the return of the stock pass and preventing an increase in the commission charged for the sale of stock of all more than a mil lion dollars in the past two It has hung up the increase in the commissions agreed upon by the Chicago commission and lues days Omaha Bee has the following concerning the increase in Commis sions and the effect the protest of the Corn Belt Association has had in preventing their enforcement by the commission Such a storm of protest was raised by the Iowa Corn Belt Meat Pro ducers Association in conjunction with the American Cattle Growers association that the recent threatened advance of 33 per cent in the rates charged the stock shippers of the west by the bie commission houses has been This advance was to have been made on carload lots of hogs and sheep and was to be made by the commission houses of Kansas Omaha and smaller points This advance would have taken an extra from the stock shippers of Iowa Western shippers had a load bowl because they have been unable to make much profit during the last two Threats made by the two associations to establish independent commission houses bad the desired eftect and the new rate was not made The association is also engaged at this time in correcting the cripple evil as it is known to live stock cen and this will save thousands of dollars yearly to shippers and grow The real truth as to the Corn Belt Meat Producers Association is that every farmer iu Cass county should belong to It has already saved to every one of them more than the membership fee and the good work it intends and can do if it has the is only just In union there is and this is as true of the farmers of the coun try as of any other class or avoca The Corn Belt Association is already a recognized force in dealing with questions of interest to farmers and it deserves an active membership of not less than five hundred in Cass In a circular letter sent to the several local organizations in the CONTINUED ON IAGK il OLWELL ARSON NUPTIALS Miss Bessie Mae Colwell and John Archie arson Married at the Catholic Church Last Last evening at seven oclock at Peter and Pauls Catholic church Miss Bessie Mae daughter of John Colwell and was united in matrimony to John Archie The bride was attended at the altar by Miss Anna McGrath and the groom by Mervin brother of the The beautiful service of the Catholic than which there is none fraught with more meaning or which gives more impressiveness to the marriage was said by after which the bridal party and the assembled guests repaired to the home of the bride on West Sixth street where a reception was held for the happy The home was tastily decorated in smilax and with cut A three couise luncheon was about seventy being The presents received by the newly married pair were many and Both of these young people are well The bride is the daugh ter of the ever popular Jack who has pulled the throttle on the Griswold branch engine ror these many She is an Atlantic product and has grown to womanhood She is numbered among the citys most charming young women and numbers hex friends by the The groom is a young man who has Atlantic his home for a number of as he is known to his and they are is one of the progressive young men of the citv and one whom to know is to At present he is connected with the Smith paoterinm and shirt factory The many friends of and Carson will join the Democrat in wishing them bon voyage over the sea of Those present from out of town were and Carl Carson of Anita and Miss Florence Opugh if Would iive a At a meeting tie Id on Tuesday even ing the logde of tbis city decided to give flOOO towards the pur hasn of the site at the corner of Third and Chestnut streets for the new hotel and opera if that site were As the high value put on the property by some the owners has made its purchase and as the committee has already decided on another situ the generous offer of the lodge will probably have to be of no Passed Joe who went to Omaha yesterday to take the examination for entrance to the passed the ex He desires to be detailed to the western coast and is awaiting the decision of the department in regard to the Restraining Order Word was received in this city this afternoon to the effect that the re straining order in the census issued some time ago by Judge Bishop of theSupreme had been dis solved by the supreme court sitting as a The court decided that the only interest Needles has in the census is the one of costs and that his interests would in no wise be affected by the publication of tbe census volume and consequent closing of the saloons The dissolution of theordcr does not carry with it as much weight as it would have previ ous to the issuance of the temporary injunctiou by Judge McPhersoii of the federal argument on which is to be had on next Monday at Des The outcome of the argu ment at that time of de termine the census Either the executive council will be allowed to go on with the publication of the book with Atlantics return as 1890 or they will be perpetually enjoined from publishing that return from LOOKS LIKE A WINNER Hotel Committee Report That the Needed Money Will he PARK HOTEL CONSIDERED Committee Has Abandoned Original Site and Has the Park Hotel and Others Under In conversation with chairman of the hotel and opera house committee appointed to canvass the city for the money neces sary to meet the requirements of the proposition made by Hupp and be informed the Democrat that the prospects of securing the necessary money are very flattering and that in bis judgment Atlantic will secure tbis valuable im The site at the corner of Chestnut and Third streets has been abandoned because of the advance in the price of the Haven the committee refusing to be held and options have been secured on the Hotel and other The Park Hotel site is the most acceptable to the commit tee and they have found that more money can be raised for the purchase of that site than for any Elilott has made the committee a liberal offer and it is probable that it will be He otters to take for the property and to donate leaving the committee to raise and tbis the committee says can be readily If the Park Hotel corner selected the building will be razed and an entirely new building for a hotel and opera house The location of the Pars Hotel is ideal in many ways and if the new hotel is built there it will do away with one of the serious fcluit of increasing the number of hotels in tbe ob ection that carries a good deal of weight and can not readily be brushed The Democrat is pleased to give this cheering news to the public and hopes that all the preliminary arrangements will be speedily UYKENDALL HONORED Is Elected first Vice President and Director of Insur ance THE EDAR RAPIDS LIFE This is a New Company With New Plans by Which Expenses are Kept Down and Dividends Paid Cuykendall received a telegram from Cedar Rapids yesterday Tuseday afternoon stating that he had been elected first vicepresident and a director of the Cedar Rapids Life Insurance a new com pany which has been organized under the laws of this state and will soon be an active candidate for public He left on last nights flyer for Cedar JRapids to familiarize him self with the duties of his position and to consult with the other officers of the The Cedar Rapids Life Insurance Company is the one of which the Democrat had a good deal to say favorably last summer because of its which are a departure from those followed by the now known by the name of ance and which prevent the accumulation of a surplus for the officers to speculate with at the expense of the policy It proposes to write life insurance at the lowest possible cost consistent with approved mortuary tables and to return in cash to policy their proportion of whatever dividends the surplus may The company is officered its plan of insurance is endorsed by many of the best business men of the state who have become identified witLi and it announces its readiness to come before the public with the good opinion and best wishes of all who have familiarized themselves with its The selection of Mr Cuy kendall to the offices named will be a guarantee to the people of this section that its business will oe conducted honestly and above board and that all 1 graft of whatsoever kind or char will have no place in its man WILL KNOW IN A FEW DAYS CLARENCE BRUCE TO WED Son of senator J Bruce and Wife to be Married on Sunday to Miss Ada Johnson ol five Sunday January at tbe home of the brides Johnson and in this will occur the wedding of Clarence Bruce ot son of Senator and to Miss Ada of tms The young people will make their home in Atlantic in the old McWaid property which the groom some time ago purchased and now has ready for his MUST PASS STATE EXAM Five Mile The drifted snow prevented the mail man from making his route Geo Baylies shipped two carloads of cattle Mr and Mrs Ed Warren visited ijyman Warren at Lewis Friday and Qeo Carver moved last week onto tbe farm recently vacated by Geo Wallace Tobias visited an uncle at whom be had not seen for a number of Dan who has been sick for the last two weeks with pueuinon is not quite so well at this writ About thirty of the neighbors and friends of Rev Beckharb and wife were invited to their booie Tuesday it being the occasion of Mrs Beck harts A bountiful dinner was served after which the company was treated to some flue New Bill Being Prepared Providing Every Pharmacist Practicing in Iowa Must Pass State At the office of tbe state board of Examiners Keltz and Goss have a new bill in preparation wbich later is to be intro duced to the legislature having to do with the examination and licensing of pharmacists in Tbe new bill provides that every pharmacist permitted to practice in the state shall pass the state examina Heretofore there has been a list of accredited school graduates of which havebeen Druggists have filed complaint with the board that graduates of many of the schools have been competent chemists but not practical pharmacists and hence the effort to improvement of conditions by Moines Evangelical There will be services at the Ger man Evangelical church on the morn ing of January at Preaching by the Brown of All Revival The revival meetings at the Church of Christ continue to grow in interest and Notwithstanding the many other attractions in the city the audiences The sermons are practical gospel truth with no clap arrangements nor effort at sensa The appeal is to reason and a full surrender to Christ and his Misa not only draws by her beautifully rendered but bas built up a large chorus choir who are doing splendid The subject tonight will be The Changes iu Do not fail to hear Hovner Everett and Lorenzen left this afternoon for Clarinda where they go to bring home John who is very ill at the hospital John has been very ill aud Lis rela tives secured permission to bring him Supreme Court Hears Argument on Notion to Dissolve Restraining Order in Census Yesterday afternoon Attorney Gen eral MnlJan for the State argued his motion to dissolve tbe lestrainiug order issued by Judge Bishop at the request of Attorney Roekafel acting for Atlantic and was followed by JRockafellow in opposition to its The court at the conclusion of the argument took tbe matter under giving both parties until two oclock today Wednesday to file additional and announced that their decision would be given at an early Rockafellow returned to Atlan tic this Wednesday morning and to a representative of this paper stated that he was unable to forecast what the decison would He also said that the statement in the Omaha Bee of this morning by its Des Moines correspondent that Attorney General Mullan had said that he would knock out the McPherson injunction as soon as he got to it seemed rather prema ture as the Attorney General did not see the petition in the federal injunc tion case until after five oclock yes terday He expressed a belief that tbe temporary injunction issued by Judge McPherson would be made permanent and that it was rather early in tbe day for the Attorney General or anybody elss to predict that tbe action in the federal court to protest the rights of his non resident clients would not The injunction of federal court holds the 22nd of at which as the question as to its permanency will be The ques tion at issue in the argument of the injunction matter before tbe federal court will be that of In the petition for the temporary injunc tion appearing for the Rock Island Brewing set forth the fact that the applicants were that the publica tion of the census report from this city as amended by Judge would vitally affect their interests in that it would result in closing the saloons two of wbich are operat ed by that They urged as tbe reason for an injunction the fact that they were nonresidents of the that tbe return of the Atlantic enumerator was 5181 and that Judge in cutting it went outside of bis Wherefore they asked the federal court to restrain the publication of tbe thus protecting their wbich protection as they seek in federal The question of jurisdiction being thus introduced into the case that will be the one argued before Judge McPherson on tbe 22nd of and if holding that the disrtict court here had no juris diction in the makes the temporary injunction then there will be nothing for tbe executive council to do but to publish tbe census return of Needles or else leave the Atlantic return out of the state In either if such is the outcome of the the situa tion as it affects the saloon proposi tion will remain as if the census case had not been Meanwhile the decision of the supreme court in regard to the restraining order of Judge Bishop is awaited with some little The case is becoming a complicated one besides its it being the only like case in the annals of it presents many interesting points of Until the 22nd of at any the saloons will ran unchal lenged as a result of Judge McPher sons DAN IIPID VERY BUSY Locked in the Three tired hunters met with an experience last evening while return ing from a rabbit hunt at Wiota that is amusing to every one except the hunters themselves and is too good to The five in when time came to come home last boarded a freight two getting in the caboose and three climb ing in an empty box car on the They pulled tbe door shut on the in not thinking that it locked when Everything went lovely until the train reached this city when tbe three men in tbe box car iouud to their consternation thst they could not get Finally a train hearing came and unlocked the car liberating them from their Day of Wedding for Atlantic Sir Well Known People ALL PRETTY CEREMONIES The PortertieldBullock NuptialsChambers Anderson WeddingColwellCarson Afl Estimable Today Wednesday day of weddings for two this after noon and one this evening making up the list of those who have fallen vic tim to the darts of the little At five oclock tbis the home of the brides on West occurred the wedding of Miss bucille Porterfield to the George of the Presbyterian church performing tbe About twenry of tne relatives and intimate friends of the contractirjg parites witnessed the wnieh was the ring service being The beautifal home was tastily decorated for the pink predominating in the culor The bride was attired in a traveling The contracting parties were unattended at the marriage After they received congratulations from the assembled guests all repair ed to the dining room whicb had been like the rest of the in The place cards wre in water colors and the table laden with pink A six coarse dinner was The bride is well known For sume yesrs she has been supervisor of music iu the Conacl Bluffs schools and previous to holding the position was emplored in a like capa city in the local She many friends The groom is prominent rancher and cattle shipper of Lodge and while a stranger in this during his short stay has made many and Mrs Bullock leave on the evening train for Omaha where they will visit for a time and then go 011 to their home at Lodge They take with them the best wishes of a host of friends with whom this paper joins in wishing all the happiness this old world Those present at the wedding from out of the city were Port erfield of Council mother of the and James Porterfield of aunt of the At five oclock this afternoon at the home of the brides at 801 Poplar occurred the wedding of Miss ret Chambers to Jcseph the presiding elder of the church About fifty gnests witnessed the cere The home was beautifully decorated for the The parlor was trimmed in white and smilax and from the ceiling waa suspended a large white bride was attired in white French trimmed in French Valen ciennes lace imd insertion and carried brides She was attended by Miss Mabel who carried carnations find was beautifully gown The groom was attended by Smith as best While the ceremony wns being performed Qoinfc Ob Promise Mrs Qnint played tha wedding After the ceremony was performed a four course svipper was served to the assembled The dining room was beautifully decorated iu white and pink white and pink carnations the pltice cards were small white cards tied with pink A large bell hung over the tables and another iu the doorway between the dining room and The brides Sunday School class assisted in The bappv couple were tho reci pients of many beautiful and wstly They will be at nouie after the 15th of February at 701 Biivii The Democrat their many friends in extending its heartiest congratulations and in wish ing for them the best gifts the v hiive to   

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