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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Des Moines, Iowa                             Partly elourfy with tonight or not imreh In ttrnptortuw The Des News 124 DES MOINES IOWA FEIDAY MAECH 12 1909 ONE CENT HOME EDITION BUY MS MOINES MADE GOODS Ike News Tells YM to MM t real CHy Wat THIS FARMER A BOOBTEE ONT make the mistake of thinking that all boost ers live in the cities of Iowa Not much The Booster Editor of The News received the follow ing letter a few days ago Grlnncll it Feb 26 a reader of your although not a resident of town Iwantto nelp you boort by Dei us you seem to USTC lots of Information iloni the line of M to where tobay tnd no doabt Jtnt to tell roe as anybody I xpml to jon to TOply the nime and of muutactunn of small enflnw In your city ThaBMni jou In advance lor this Information I am The News told Mr Farm Booster to write to the Dodd Motor company and the Des Moiries GBB Engine company both of Des Moines for catalogues and take his choice as to which best suited his purpose If all the farmers of Iowa would follow this mans determina tion to help make Iowa agreat manufacturing state the wealth of Iowa would beincreased 100 per cent in ten years Greater wealth for the factory meana greater wealth for the fanner and vice versa A booster willbe a booster whether he lives on a farm labors in a workshop keeps books in an office or practices a profession The Powesheikcounty farm er who buyshis gas engine in Moines is worth a dozen who simply TALK the greatness of Iowa arid send to Boe Sawbuck farm Old andTrusted cused of Humiliating Girl Prisoner by Jorcing Her to Sleep With Boy Ac1 STOLEN NECKLACE IN MAILS Because PQliee Matron Babpock put Gilwn lolorel in the same bedwlHi Alice Fnlfh whit girl Superintendent Baraery has discharge orilnveil the matrons i Federal Grand Jury Listens to Post Office Inspector Swen son for Two Days FORTY MIKES COMING Inspector Urges Them to Be on Hand and Give Evidence in Both Courts Stuff Special COUNCIL BLUFFS la March 12 the federal grand Jury has not made its formal report to the UnitedState court as yet J C Swenson postolHce Inspector who hu been closeted two days with the grand jury In the J y Maybray caw stated this morning that it had voted an indictment against Maybray Inspector Swenson was busy thla to over forty Mlkee who were Miked in Council Bluffs lasttall inviting them to come to this city and testify before district grand jury next Tues day Mr Sweuson says that It Is pos sibleto bring at least forty Indict ments against Maybray in the state courts and that he feels confident he will be able to et a large num ber ot Mikes to testify He claims It new up to the county officials County Attorney J J Hess Mid that those who came here and j testified before the grand jury would have their cases looked into and prosecuted with the same cpnaidera tion as any other criminal matters 1 There are now about twelve iu standing against alleged ot the Maybray gang J C Maybray who is now in the Little Rock Jail will be brought here either latter part or the first part ot week large mail saeks tbjt Balance WOMEHFm Boone Intwirian is Crashed t saythe necklace is being sent to Him PoflTSuperintendent Iianery and to themotherof themanwho Chief of Police Mill evpressed jtne against what vjnUed v if the jury retura inditelt SAN Cal March 12 ment In any one case there is little Jock ioJice nave question but that over forty will notlfleu to watch for which was1 shipped from here io New tork said to contain a necklace which ftflssr Jennie Crocker lost at a recent society function The police themselves th termed the disismcefal actions of police mat 01 It was tfie worat insult ever offered to thefathers and mothers of the city said Mr is the rawestSeal 1 ever heardof I actually feel ashamed tor the Whoever heard of woman ran TWO MEN NAKROWLY ESCAPE DROWNING Jesse Hammond and Another Climb iff Overturned Launch OTTUMWA March Jesse Hammond Charles Baker ik thing taking placeic thisde tmeht It ismost disgraceful i Kicked Him Out It is claimedthat there was an empjy bedinMrs Babcocks ward which she refused to allow the negro touses Mr Hamery says that when the negro boy was first taken to the ward Mrs Babcock j Biased him in a bed occupied By j twbotiief boys These lads refused to sleep with a negro and kicked the colored boy but on the floor Then Mrs Babcock put him inbed with Alice Smith the girl recently taken from Aleck GlasscockV showman the girl said she overturned in a launch in the Des Moines river were saved from drown j ing by the arrival of friends on an other launch Hammond is a well known real estate man and formerly lived in Des WILSON IS EDITOR Football Man Heads Drake Publication In one of the quietest elections in years IWed Wilson a junior was elected editor of the Drake Delphic against beingjnadVto sleep with the for the coming year Wilson Is half negroboybut Mrs Babcock forced on the football team a member her to submit The next inornlng oj jije track team and a member of wlen she she told Humane Officer Eckles that she got right out of bed Vermin Thick Further allegations are made by the Philoniathian Literary society Carl Little presented by the law association formerly a member of Phllo won the election lor business manaser on the fourth ballot Black of Berea and Finch of Athens were his opponents YOUNG NAMED Mr Hamery that the matrons ward Is In worse condition than the city jail He says that it is reeking with vermin Why said Mr Hamery there j Isnt a hug In thecity jail while the matrons ward has loo bed bugs Senate Confirms Appointment to the square inch He said that rViatnHiBn the bed bugs are so thick in the I as UUStOdian matrons ward that they run down j The senate confirmed the lippoiut between the cracks into the officers meiit of W A Young of Hedrick lockers below and find refuge in Iowai this morning to succeed T B their coats JlcCurdy as custodian of the state Women Complained The fact that Mrs Babcock put house grounds and buildings Mr Young is an old soldier has the white girl and negro boy in the bee prominent in political affairs in same bed became known yesterday i the southern part of the state for when a party of W C T U women some time and is n lifelong political complainedto Mr The friend of the governor superintendent immediately called Mrs Babcock and when she admitted the fact her discharge was ordered Mrs Babcock says she will carry the matter store tLe council and secure a complete vindication She refused yesterday to give up her keys saying she would wait the re turn of Commissioner MacVicar he fore she Poisoned BY GARDEN GROVE March Ilnice Shoemaker un III two yenrs ago n resident of tills place took poison by mistake at Gar den Grove Kansas and was fatally poltoned HOTEL RAIDED SIGNED NOTES AT POINT So Drew Declares in Answer to Suit of Coates on Unpaid Collateral That he was forced into signing notesat the point a pistol is the charge made by Ed M Drew who filed an amended answer in district court this morning to E j Goates suit against himon promissory notes Drew claims he was coerced Into signing the noted by a man named Detwiler who was the original owner Qf the papers He says Detwiler compelled him at the pointof a pistol to go to a room in the Youngermaa block and there to sign the notes FRINK OUT FOR GRAND FOREMAN George N Fink well known in Des Moines and throughout Iowahas an nounced his candidacy for grand foreman of tae Yeomen lodge His candidacy is expected to open the fight against William Koch ROBBERS LOOT BANK MAKE GETAWAY By United Press LINCOLN Neb March men today blew up n safe in the State bank of Krager nenr here and secured They escaped on a hand car SNOW It Isnt spring yet evevn If several optimistic people declare they have Seen robins in their back yards The weather man Is still setting the stage for a new snow scene Snow flurries are billed for a quint little one act pantomine tonight and tomorrow with not much change In temperature Out In Colorado tad Wyoming and it Is very cola Sut Georgia theycre having ftial 1 Dozens of passengers on a heavily loaded Bbbne interurban car miracu lously escaped injury late yesterday afternoon1 when the car crashed into a freight engineon a siding at the Des Moines Brick and Tile companys plant North Des Moines The engine was doing switch work andwas making the siding when the big Internrban hitit rThe engine was turned completely over and the side of the passenger car Crushed like an egg shell Members of the switching crew es called without a scratch by beirg tossed into the snow when the engine overturned Several passengers on the Interurban fainted from fright and a few were slightly injured Traffic was delayed for several hours ARCHITECT TALKS COLISEUM PLANS Directors of New Building Meet at Savery Directors of the new Coliseum building met at the Savery hotel at noon today and yrere addressed by Norman Vorse assistant architect in charge of plans for the structure Every effort will be made to push the work on the building All mem You Know IN TODAYS NEWS Mayor Harper o Los Angeles re called from otflce John Junken landed in Fort Madi son penitehtiaTy Police Matron Babcock discharged by Superintendent Hamery will a fight for reinstatement before the council Taft and Cannon cunfer over new tariff bill Jesse Hammond nearly drowned at Ottumwa Albert Carney Elithart farmer show by adopted son Governor Carroll asks Pharmacy Commissioner Goss to resign Mikado of Japan telegraphs Taft congratulations upon his inauguration 1500 Horses Quarantined PHILADELPHIA March 12OHO huudieil stables In various sections of the city and 1500 horses are under quarantine as the result of an out the Dr break of mange discovered by state live stock sanitary bonnl hers of the board were enthusiastic WHorace Hoskins of this city chief inspector of the board said today that the disease was brought in shipments and anxious tosee the actual build ing under way Reportswere also heard from the contractor in charge of the boring to ascertain the ondi tion of the site on the river front Plague Bill In The black plague bill naming vcnerial disease as infections presented to the honse today for passage The bill wasconsidered a freak when it was first presented but sentiment in favor of it has been gron of liorses from New York New Jersey and points west No Special Reports Special reports from the agricul tural department the food anil dairy Taken From Jail at Burlington by Officersand Hurried to the FORT MADISON March Junken slayer of Clara Rosen of Ottuniwa wasjlanded State penitentiary lastnight after an exciting ride from Burlington Jiunken was placed in the baggage car and taken from the train a short distance from town to escape the cu rious crowd at the depot which was there to meet him When Junken was taken froni the jail at Burlington a crowd wiis on hand and deputysheriffs und police officers had hard work protecting him Tlie crowdpiusbed forward and stones were thrown at the train two going through windows close to Jun kens head He escaped Injury how ever Chief of Police Hiltz knocked one man down and the officers drew their revolvers to keep the crowd back No one was Injured While Junken was in jail here many people called to see him and many made threats to had a chance lynch him if they ROBBERS TORTURE AGED PEOPLE Get Away and Bloodhounds Are on Trial PINEVILLE Ky March bers after beating David Smith and wife into insensibility at their home near here last night robbed them of 582 They are 80 years oldMrs Smith is in a critical condition and will not re coverHer husbands wounds are not commission and one or two of the so dangerous The robbers are be other departments of the stiite will not beimule for the coming two years The appropriations committee to was referred the cost sent the bill buck to the house today with the recommendation that It be kilted Ing traced by bloodhounds and excite ment is high To oust nway a virtuous friend is like casting awny ones totle Proprietor Arrested Charged j With Selling Booze I In a rnlcl last night on the North western liotel QITicer McDonald New oil Anderson ami Dockstader secured twenty bottles of beer which they took to the as evidence A charge of soiling liquor contrary to I low wns fllcd today ngnlnst Otto j StarnlngiT proprietor of lit lintol The officers found KPvem people drinking the beer In their rooms anil these were taken lo the station us witnesses KERFORD WRITES ON TUBERCULOSIS Dr A E Kepford state lecturer on tuberculosis has written for the Daily News a series of short articles covering lie different phases of the diseases and methods of treatment The subject of tuberculosis is a big one Us spread in Iowa has so alarmed the entire state that stringent measures are being taken everywhere to check its rapid growth The state is so vitally interested that it has sent Dr Kepford into every countywith a message not only to the afflicted but to the entire community to the end that cases may be treated scientifically and that its spread may be prc nled Dr Kepford has spent considerable time in preparation of the articles for 1 he News covering every detail in a short comprehensive manner No other paper will have this scries the first of which will appear in the Sunday morning News Secretary of Commercial Club Makes Public Corn Show In formation Gels Botsford secretary of the Commercial club today made public the rules and regulations to govern the competition for prizes at the Iowa state corn show now being promoted The show will be held In Des Moines nert December and will take the place of the annual meeting of the Iowa Com Growers association Secretary George A Wells of the Western Grain Dealers R W Har per grain broker and other Influential men of Des Moines are backers the com show project It is aimed make the exhibit rival the national ex position held at Omaha MISS BARRY MORE NOT TO RENOUNCE THE FOOTLIGHTS Adopted Son Fugitive Albert Carney In Mercy Hospital and Will Lose Sight MAY BE MURPSTOR ACCIDENT On a fleetfooted gray horse which he took from a neighbor 16year old Ed Williurd a fanner boy near Elknart Is fleeing from justice having shot Albert Carney farmer with whom he was living Telephone messages haye been sent In all directions to catch the boy fugitive and deputies from the Polk county sheriffs office have been dis patched to Blkhart township Carney has been brought to hospital in Des Moines with forty fifty buckshot in his face One shot penetrated the left eyenall and it is believed he will lose his sight The shooting occurred about T oclock last night while the boy and Mr Carney were out in the barnyard of the Car ney farm doing the chores The motive of the attack Is a mystery Carney and the lad had been on the best of terms so far as Is known and had been discussing a sale which they had attended together In the after noon just a few minutes Before the shooting occurred It is believed that the affair was an1 accident and that young Wllllard in his fright stole the horse andmade his getaway Willlard went to the Carney home through an agentfor a New York orphans home and has been living with the Carneys for some time Dems Want Bill Democratic members of the com mittee upon banks and banking haye filed1 a minority report to the report of the committee bill for a bank guaranty commission The mliotltyreportIs signed by Representatives McDonald Dabney OConnor Schroeder aftdi Sankey NEW 7ORK March the young mans father refuses to talk it isunderstood the weddingot Miss Ethel aud Russell G Colt son of the gtm manufacturer and a millionaire wiii take place Sunday After hermar rinse Mise Banymore will continue on the stage She was engaged to Captain Harry Graham ofthe Scottts Guards but she brokeit off No More Scalping ELPASO Tex March Creel governor of Chihuahua an nounces that the legislature of his state will pass a law prohibiting the scalping ofrailroad tickets Scalpers who were driven out of Teias have resumed business In Juarez opposite El Paso and the railroads threaten to withdraw stopovers onthe border less Mexico stops the ticket sculping operations HOUSE PASSES THE LEE BILL Lees primary bill rotating the names on the ballot passed the today after a number o attempts to amend It were voted The Louse and senate hare both passed 6lightly differing primary bills and a conference will probably necessary to see which one shall be RECORD SNOWFALL IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA selected as the one statute books to grace the Tombstone Exports Over 18 Inches of Snow on the Level EL PASO Texas March heaviest fall of snow in the history of southern Arizona wns recorded yes terday and today Over eighteen inches fell at Eisbee and Tombstone where snow is seldom seen The snow continues in New Mexico and railroads are still experl cncing considerable difficulty W H Slade Dead Staff Special LIOOXE March called W II Shulc Jit noou today He wns a piouotT ami n prominent and wealthy shoe dealer His illness was of dvmxticm from stomach trouble lie was a brother ot S T Slade of Uos Moines King Ed Sees Wrights FAU FnUKo March Kd by motor car from Hinr rilx at he Held whore the brothers are making their tierlnl lliirlitH There was a Uinje crowd Iiresciit jiml mneh interest in the promised exhibition Addresses Young Women J C Olmstetl president of the V M C Y will lend the meotinir nt the Wnmons Christian nssoeintion Sumltiy nt 1 Seeds soloist p m Mrs Maliel Offer a Carriage The raiTiaje company has offered one of its best vehicles as a at the annual Iowa Corn show NEW YORK BROKERS MAY LOCATE HERE Ask Wilson to Recommend a Besponsible Manager Clark Co bankers and brokers New York look upon Des Jloines as a growing commercial center They haye written to Lucius E Wilson secretary of the Greater Des Moines committee to aid them In securinga man to open a branch brokerage and bond office in this city THEM K AND T WILL BE ALONE Proposes Low Bate Between New York and Oklahoma KANSAS CITY March the Missouri Kansas Texas rail road which has promised Oklahoma City merchants to nut in a through rate SI10 first class Jrorn New York to Oklahoma City will be alone in its rate if it eventually does put it into etffcct was declared by prac tically till the railroads that might meet thu rate today The officials of the Atchison Topeka Santa Pe tho St Louis San Francisco and the Rock Island roads asserted that their lines had no intention of putting In the new rate ITS THE NEW RUBBER Not from an old boot but fresh mm the trees Thflt long wear to onr solid rllblur carriage tiros Why tulte chiuices when at uo higher cost you CUM set tires with nil the life and sprini 01 new rubber All work called for and delivered promptly Hoth phonos Hurrah Stewart Mfg Co 1141518 K Court Avc   

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