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Globe, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Cedar Falls, Iowa Librar THE GLOBE IS THE OFFICIAL E PAPER OF CEDAR FALLS. VOL, 18 THE GL WHY NOT RE AD THE; ICIALj NEWS WE PRINT IT. CEDAR PALLS, BLACK HAWK COUNTY. IOWA. THURSDAY. MAY. 16. 1907 NO 49 DUAL MEET OUATDHDAt Normal easily defeated Cornell college on last Saturday in a DuaU meet by a >'score'of 82 to 48. Normal had lost 1 several of her'best athletes this year land it was not known whaF could be done until this meet came. Cornell was weak and only took three firsts from the entire events. A strong wind pre- ented any sensational records. 100 -yard N, first, MBrice, N, second. Time, -.11 3-5. tl 220-yard N, first, Phillips, C, second, Gibbs, C, third. Time. 2-5. 440 yard N, first, Gibbs, Current C, third, Time, :55. Fansher C, third, N, first, C, third. 800 yard Smith, C, second, Noble, N, second. One mile Barnes, Barnes JST, second, Kipps, Two mile Barnes, N, first, L. Barnes, N> second. Kipps C, .third, feme, 4-5. I; 120 yard Smith, C, first Williams, C, second, Bush, N, third, rime, :19 3-5. Shot N, first, Piezzen C, Rsecond, Boyd, N, third. Distance, 34 Rfeet 5 inches. Hammer N, first C, second, Rice, N, third. Dis- j.nce, 99 feet 10 inches. N, first, tench, C, second, Phillips, C, third, [jjjistance, 110 feet 4J inches. High Smith, C, first, Spearn f, second, Bush, N, third, Height, 4 feet 11 inches. Pole N, and Huskie tied, Martin, Height, 10 feet 2 inches. Broad jump-Orr, N, first, French, C, second, Piezzen, C, third. Distance, 19 feet 3J inches.. Half mile relay. Won by Normal. Time, 1-5. Normal meets the Iowa freshmen Saturday, May 18. Both teama have defeated Cornell by similar scores. This meet will be close. ATHLETIC EVENTS OF SATURDAY They a Line on the State Meet Which 'Comes Soon, _____ Drake defeats Iowa 75 to 61. Grinnell defeats Ames 69 to 67. Normal defeats Cornell 82 to 48. The following is the' events and the best record made and the school making the record. 100 yard dash-Huff, G. Time, 10 1-5 seconds. 220 yard G Time 23 seconds. 440 yard G Time, 52 1-5 seconds. 220 yard G Time, Half mile Time, 1-3. 120 yard G Time, :16J One mile Time 3.42, 3-5. High jump-Wells, G 5 feet? inches. Shot D, 41 feet 2. Pole Clark, G, Height, 10 feet 9 inches. Hammer A, Dis- tance 124 feet. 'f 880 yard A, Time Broad I, Distance, 21-4. Two mile A, Time One mile run-Riley, I, Time A, Distance 11 feet, 8J inches. From this summary it will be notice that Grinnell has six firsts and Ame has four, Drake one and Iowa two, bu this is not a sure test of ability as Hag gard of Drake can easily take the pol vault and Burkheimer of Iowa can bea the record made in the broad jump then the seconds and thirds count an may decide the meet. However th Grinnell team has the best of the mat ter as it stands on paper today. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AMERICA HAD MEETING The Blockmen arid Canvassers who Have Charge of the Work State Were Here for Instruction. in This Section of the A FATALJCCIDENT Killed on His Way Home to Dinner George F. Waterman, aged 28 year was killed married man instantly las Friday at Waterloo while attempting b board an I. C. R. R. freight train ti ride down town from the LitchfieldMfg. was employed, to hi; dinner. The train was moving pretty rapidly when Waterman attempted t board it and his footing slipped and he was thrown head foremost between the cars, the top portion his head wa crushed and death was' instantaneous Waterman was only married four week and the young wife is prostrated wit: the terrible shock and is said to be in a yery critical condition. 32C9 Lace Curtains Odd Curtain Sale, v. Knottingham Gtirtaihs Pair.. Cable Net Curtains Per Pair. and Brussels Net Curtuins Per Pair, and 60c Irish Point Per Pair. and Swiss Muslin Curtains Per Pair.' 75c, Ruffled Bobbinet Curtains Per Pair Petticoat Sale Black Heathcrbloom with silk flounce .50 Special for this sale----- Black Taffeta silk, handsomely made (D A this Gingham Petticoat for this sale 48 C at. Glove Sale .CHILDREN'S KID GLOVES Tans, Browns and Casters, sizes 4j to 64, values Special at....' KID GLOVES Black, White, Browns, Tana, Caster and 51.50 values, Sale price.... Black, White and Tans, slightly soiled, nnd values reduced to---- 2 clasp silk Gloves colors only at............................... 2 clasp silk Gloves black sizes 6 to 9 at............................75c and Long silk Gloves Black sizes C to Si Long Silk Gloves White and Gray at.................................. Long Lisle Gloves Black 75c White, 5QG 50c 50c Fj Q OR Black silk at. LADIES FINE HOSE mercerized, sizes Si to 10 Black purple" tdp'mcrcerized sizes to Black Lisle' Hose, sizes 8J to 10 BlnckLace'Lis'leliose, sizes 8 J to 10 Lisle" Hose, sizes at.............. Black Embroidered 50c 5Qc 50c 50c 50c 50c 50c 25c J''inc plain, Kioueu Black with half white foot and all white foot. Special 2 pairs for 25 cents 84 to 111. BlnSc with ribbed Black with white foot. Hose, sizes SJ, to 10 SJ to 10 at........... White Lace Hose, nizes at.................................. Black Hose sixea to 10 al_ .........35c or 1! piiirs for ......'Sac Black Hose sixes 8J to 10. Fine plain, Ribbed and Luce. Waists Sale Long and short sleeves, sizes 8-1 to 42 White Lawn at. ...75c, Colored Waists long sleeves at.................................... Japanese Silk, Black and White, long sleeves at.......................... Japanese Silk, Black and White, short Sleeves at........................... 75c S3. Black Taffeta Silk Values 19 inch wide at 75c and 27 inch wide at............................. 20 inch wide at and 'M inch wide at................................... 21 inch wide at and ,'iG inch wide at.................................. Jnpiine.se Silk 27 inch wido Black 75c and Colors all the newest shades, at................................... Dress Goods Bargains Mohair goods in chocks and fancies in good qualities juat the tiling for a summer skirt Black Mohair Socillinns and Brilliantmcs J r Very fine qualities f. 36 inch wide Wool, Checks and Stripes at................................... 54 inch wide Panamas, Checks and Stripes 5-1 inch wide Panumns, Brown and Navy at.................................. Coats and Jackets .5.0O C.OO 7.0O nnd nt...... Long Coata at...............6.50, 7.50 nnd Warners Corsets I.ialisLe and Tape Girdles with hose sup- porters sizes 18 to 25 nt.............. Batiste corsets with hose supporters 18 to HO at..................... Batiste corsets with ho.se supporters CD I Rf) sizes IS to 32 ami Heavy corset for alout people QQ 50c 50c MB.'MURPHY, MR. BAXTER, MR. CHRISTOPH, MR. PENROSE, JMR. CHAMBERLAIN, MR. HCROON, The first three days of last week the International Harvester Company of America lers for called in all their outside trave- a three days meeting. This meeting was for the purpose of making a closer study of the goods they now manufacture and offer to the consumer. About thirty of these travelers attend- ed this meeting. We show in this issue a reproduction of a photograph taken of these men, which was taken during ore of the days of the meeting. This meet- ing was not unusual, in fact, it has been the policy for years of the local office here to hold these meetings of travelers for the same purpose. The travelers shown represent' branches tjfvfhe selling on the territory. GrTtne first line of the photograph are the travelers known ,ns Blockmen, who have charge of certain portions of the Cedar Falls territory. The other men shown in the photograph nre salesmen and ex- perts. We give below the names and headquarters of blockmen and salesmen: I. G. Chamberlain, blockman, lives at Waterloo. Ho has been connected with the coinpany in different positions for seven years. A. R. McGoon, blockman, lives at Iowa Falls. He has charge of what is known as the Iowa Falls block, and has been connected with the company two years. Previous to that time we under- stand was in the local trade at Hawkcyo, lowu. H. W. Christoph, blockman, resides at Miirshalltown, and is in charge of what known as the Marshall town block, iiiu! has been with the company since tin' consolidation of the several companies. Previous to that time was for years with D. M. OHhorne Co. W. O. Pcnrose, blockman, lives nt Siicllsbui'tj, and is in charge of whnt is cnown us the Cedar Rapids block; has icon in his present position now for ibout year. Previous to that time vns in the sales and has )ecn with the company ever -since its mjanix.alion. Previous to tnai: lime vas with the McConnick Harvesting i Machine iJuo at what is He on the C. H. Baxter, re Marshalltown, and looks ufter known as Gladbvook ten itory. came to this territory in December He previously c was employed Aberdeen, Sputh; Dakota territory in the same capacity. A. W. Oard, special salesman on cream harvesters and gasoline engines resides at Cedar Falls and is well known to everyone'here. He has been with the company since last Fall, and is ma- king a remarkable showing in the work. C. W. Clark, canvasser, resides at Mt. Vernon and has been identified with the business for several years. L. E. Dietel, canvasser; resides at Waterloo, '.'has employ of the 'company: on thlsTerritory for three years. C. W. Dilts, Walker, canvasser, works during the canvassing season-, which commences early in the year and closes after harvest; has been in this work now for three seasons. W. W. Getts, canvasser lives tit Wa- verly, hns been in tho employ of the lo- cal office here for six years now. W. J. Greer, canvasser, lives at Ma- rion, Iowa, has been with the company for three seasons. P. K, Howard, canvasser, lives at Gladbrook, Iowa, has been connected with the company for ten years. Pre- vious to the consolidation was with the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. C. W. Knefer, engine salesman, re- sides at Marshalltown, Iowa, and de- votes his entire time to the work of selling gasoline engines direct to the) purchaser; that is, assisting agents in selling engines to purchasers. C. B. Kentner, canvasser, resides at Sinclair, .Iowa, was formerly in the lo- cal trade at Whilten. This is his first season with the company in his present capacity. (I. A. Lichty, canvasser, resides at j Toledo, Iowa, Iv.is boon identified with j the as a canvasser for eight, or nine yei'.vs. lU; svua formerly with the .McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. U. G. Mogle, canvasser, resides at with tKe; business Hampton, Iowa, has been identified with the business as canvasser for eight or nine years. He -was formerly with the McCormick HarvestingvMaehine Co. C. B. Nason, canvasser, resides at State Center, Iowa, has been identified as a. canvasser for nine years; was formerly with the McCormick Harvesting Machine company, L J. Pfeiffer, canvasser, resides at >Eedai- Falls, and has been identified with the local trade here since the spring of 1000. His work now is largely on gasoline engine Sales. J. W. Ranney, canvasser, resides at Alden, Iowa, and this is his second sea- in the-canyass.... .He.-fojsmerly lived at Maynard, Iowa, and was identified with the local trade at that point. George Rohwear, special gasoline en- gine salesman. His address is Garwin, and he has been with the company for two J. W. Roubinek, canvasser, resides at Clutier, Iowa. This is his lirst year in the employ of the coinpany. He has been however, identified with the im- piimenl trade in u local way for several years. Stephen Sayer, canvasser, lives at Eldora, has been with the company for three years. Previous to that time was salesman for the Deering Harvester company, and worked for this office in that capacity. L. 11. Schapcr, canvasser, resides at State Center, has been with the compa- ny since its organization as a salesman. Previous to that time was with the Champion Harvester coinpany. W. 1. Talhott, lives at Mar- shalltown, devoted his entire time to the work of installing engines aiul doing general expert work. W. F. Honni.s. canvasser, resides at State Cenu-r, Iowa. This is his tivst sea.ion with the company. VV. A. Hisc-roilt, canvasser, lives at Pi.pejoy, aiul is doing general sales work, lie formerly was identified with lie business as a local agent at Steam- boat Kock. NOTES FROM OUR HIGH SCHOOL 2H to 315 nt. White Goods Porsinn Lawnn nt 15c, 18o, 4Oc India Lilians nt....10c, Wash Chiffons a Silk Mulls at Embroidered Bntisto nt Fancy Mercerized Waiating at 15c, 18c, 20o, 50c, 65c, 75c, and 35c, 50c and 25o and 50C 250 85c 60C 35C 35C The team played the East Waterloo High School team Saturday flenioon at Van Saim's park. The core was 11 to (i in favor of (Vdarj 'alls.. Rev. llrsse of who was in the city week visited school last, Wednesday. The semester examinations will bog in Friday. The seniors 1mve begun to practice their class Miss lUu'k went Thursday evening to Cedar Kapids to attend a teacher's con- vention. Zclla Moon went to Independence Friday afternoon with the Normiil La- dies Hand. A Inrgo number of High School stu- denU went to Waterloo Monday after- noon to sec tho ball game. Sacred Conctrt Thoro will bo R sacred concert next Sundty evening May 19th in St Pat- rick's c-luirirh. Miss liglniT the orgi has left nothing undoiu to make recital a great success. Several I burs are to be rendered by excellent j I musical talent from outside Uie city and I the whole program promises to he must interesting -.Mii'l oiUectumiug. Dr. formerly sang the Holy Name CuiluHivitl, Chicago. Very IJev. J. .J. "'oomey of Rapids who is (o f.jvjiik, is a bright and talented goiule- I man and a pleasing speaker whom every J one will be delighted to hear. The lol- lowing is the program: 1 Organ Voluntary, 'AngelsSerenade ..............................I! ruga Lillian KglolT Amhem, "AbiduWith Pierce Choir Tenor Solo, "Face to Face" Johnson .lessie Church .1 Dr. J. A. Jerger, Vivian Adams, Frank Casa f> Soprano "Salve Lillinn Egloll" 6 Dedication of Now Organ. 7 Address___Very Rev. J. .1. Toomoy 8 Tenor Duet, "Lend Kindly Light''.............. Wicgand Jessie Church, Joo Egloff 0 Baritone Solo, "Avo Harry Byrnes 10 Organ.POstludc OF Of The ill. E. Church cf Cedar and Waterloo. Falls Tuesday evening one lumdved and: twenty-live oilicial memliers mid wives of (he M. K. church of Coiltir Falls, tho Gnu'r M. E., the First M'. 'K'.. ami St. 1'auls chuivhi-s of Wad-rloo, held their quarterly biiiuiuol in ilie Cedar Falls M. E. i-hiuvh. Hon. C. A. Wise acted as and (lie following prog) am was rendered. "How increase interest in tho Sim- day School, 1'rof. A. T. Hukill.______ Mr. Jamison. "The preacher, from tho layman's Prof. G. W. Samson. "The Spiritual
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