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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Des Moines, Iowa                             THE DES MOINES DAILY NEWS Baking Powder The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Safeguards the food against Atom baking powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day STflTE 15 FLUKED Says Women Witnesses Unre I liable and Points to General Browns War Record TAFT AND CANNON TALK OF TARIFF Insurgents Whipped Thanks to Kqorts of the President WASHINGTON March dent Taft had a conference today with i Speaker tannon Hnrton and j Nelson and former liepresentative Watson At its termination Mr Can non said he had nothing to say for j publication except its a very lino I day and I am glad 1 am alive 1 i l lTIIII Mnivh V liave got thoul lickedThs NAsmnIh renn Mini n 1 a statement of fact and not a lire Pare handful of people were In court j diction said Mr Watson having today when the trial of I Ji Cooper reference to the position of the rej Kohin Cooper jlnil John Sharp for the ulars in ihc house of representatives sluyinjr of former Senator Carmackiji the skirmish with the insurgents was resumed It was the iiftli day president Tafts special message to of arguments and the third day if i congress which is to be sent lo that lien Washington uf the iltleiise body next Tuesday not in shape 1 shall nut delay yon very ions to be read to his second cabinet ineet tpn Uasfuiijrtnu promised as he i ing today It was he first meeting i out before the jury I want of the full Taft cabinet and photoj in direct ymir attention to James C J graphs were taken in the cabinet j Inulfmd lie enters the case the j room of he members sitting aroundt puniinsr of the tragedy at the Max the historic table and Mr Taft prcsid1 well house wlien the ativiriior tele ing i phones to him and at once his good offices uv apparent in the effort to j DickiHSOU in Washington j avert a tragedy Vet these hungry VOSHIVOTOV March w starving lawyers for the prosecution the new secretary of war hungry and starving for facts won d arrived in Washington today from have yon believe that this splendid Accompanied by Mrs Dick lawyer this Christian gentleman thisjinson anrt son he calleti at the sHon of an aristocratic old family jcyecative offices of the white house to suddenly became a raging hedevil lis reslects to president Taft thirsting for blood and plotting nnir1 STATE TOMER OF URCEJODir James Christiansen of Utah in Jail After Speculating in Ne vada Mining Schemes SALT LAKE CITY Utah March Christiansen Cornier stale treasurer folio whig his confession of his iTsiumsUiitUy a shortage of IMTT in the state treasury is tinier aim is now in jail here Tlie money it is acknowledged was nsoit in ni Nevada 111111 im veilures Christ Inn sen was state treasurer fur the fonryenr term erui ms at the Inquiring ot the present y ea r shortage in the accounts was lisrovered a iew days through tlie eheeUing of the necounts by the stute 1oard of examiners At the time Christiansen was In Nevada where lie hay extensive mining inter ests lu response to u telegram ap prising him of the discovery he re turned to Salt Lake and admitted his shortage The exaet amount is 970 12894 uml this hus boon deposited to credit of the stiite by the Ixufds mvu mul frkiulK of Uiv wvofflcUvl Upon ivUmiuiKliiuff his office as state treasurer hU successor Dnvid Mutt son Mr Christiansen accepted a posit Ion tis temporary state auditor It was disiovered Jast week that tui Item on the auditors hooks charging Salt Lnb county with had tampered with and au at tempt made to niaUo it show The Iwndwritini was not that or j In the state auditors office and the nvestlsatlon followed CHRISTIAN BROTHERS NARROW ESCAPE PLUCKY PAIRS WED DEFY HOODOO DAY Escaped Front Burning Build ing When Awakened PHILADELPHIA Pa March Fourteen Christian brothers instruct ors iu LaSalle college an exclusively WHS burietl VicuciUU the Roman Catholic institution in North Broad street had narrow escapes to1 Two Licenses Brighten Mar riage Book Today A Hedges 1S and Mary L Alien 54 both of this city threw down the gauntlet to superstition by braving the ill omen of Friday and teciiriiiK a marriage license today John Daughcrty aged 23 ami Lney Kosen crans aged 20 also showed their spunk by taking out a license to wed Brothers Killed in Wreck lly United 1rew CHICAGO Hi Miuvli gineer B Miller ami PiuHium K Miller brothers were fntiilly In jured and a score of other persons hurt when the enstbpiiiul Baltimore Oliio passenger left the track at Indltina Ilnrbor The engine baggage ear aiul tender left the track Tlie YALE IN TSLK MJIMPLES In spite of I lie Inclement weather Fosters opera house Is crowded this ufteruoou wlUi women of nit ages and listening to Madame Yale famous hotiuty culturists Madame Yale was brought here by YounluT Jlros As young as ever In face and figure the inadaiuc held her iiudlviux spellbound for two hours while she gave them a practical talk on to iireserve their charms and enhanced the Interest or the occasion Iiy slowly promenading back and forth in some matchless costumes day when fire caused by a defective j flue badly damaged the top floor of the college occupied by them as sleep ing quarters The brothers were awakened by the superior who had risen early and they were compelled to make their way down a stairway through dense clouds of smoke All reached the street in safety The was confinedto the top floor but other portions of the college were damaged by water The loss is esti mated at Scavo Arrested Ketective Frank Delinege and Offi cer last night raided Hie rooms occupied by Vincent Scnvo at Southwest Fourth street mid caused the arrest of the latter lie charged today with selling liquors contrary to law In police court to day he pleaded not guilty Trial was set for Tuesday nftcruoou Stand with anybody that stands In CONE GIVEN PLACE OF HEAR ADMIRAL WASHINGTON March Lieu tenant Commander Hutchinson I Cone Iras been appointed head of the bureau of steam engineering of the navy with the rank and pay of rear admiral He especially distinguished himself by safely taking the torpedo boat fleet from Newport News to San Francisco in company with the Atlantic battle ship fleet and was fleet engineer un der Admiral Sperry during the around the world cruise assuming that duty at San Francisco ontDjra Supreme Court Holds Bar Once j Shut Up Cannot Be Opened j Again and terminals at St Paul lie also I has territory extending to Duluth j with several men under orders i Mr Hannam leaves Des Moines on Sunday night to enter upon his new duties Read Testimony Jen Washington rivnl juirt of the j testimony of John I Vert rets con i ctruing his conversation with Judge Knidford about the note Cooper had I written to Carniack He nruucd tlwit every lint1 of Yevirees testimony proved that Bradfords one object was I tu prevent nny kind of trouble Then he passed OH to Adjutant Genera Tulley Brown If you were to look back years asro yon would hear the roar of the A good reputation is a fair estate j artillery see the serried lines The j ammunition is exhausted the fnte of PICTURES OF THE COOPER MURDER TRIAL AT NASHVILLE The Iowa supreme court took a hani fall today out of the Polk county j cour tin the matter of a decree clos ing a building as a liquor nuisance The decision centered around a case which Involved a murder and suicide 3 C Gain who ran a joint at Eiiter prise near Des ilolnes and sold liquors shot and killed George Morris who tried ro stop his illegal snles and later Cain killed himself The court had closed tlie store as a nuisance and afterwards on petition of the widow of Cain who had six dependent upon her ordered iflie reopening of the place The su court holds that an injunction closing a place against the sale of i liquors must mean its closing entirely for all purposes and therefore the Polk county court Judge Brenimn t sitting went wrong lu holding that the store could be opened pending the Jiquor nuisance injunction HANNAM GETS GOOD JOB AT ST PAULi j Commercial Agent for M St L Wins Promotion M J Hannam commercial agent for i the Milwaukee St Louis road who i has had headquarters in Des Moines since the line was built here in 1903 j has been appointed general agent for the same road in charge of the traffic 35 00 ZAUN JR DES MOINES LOWEST IRICED QROCEEi 4111315 West JHntlSt Miitnal 1821 Iowa 2806 Use the Phones Can you afford to ignore such Grocery Bargains 20 Ibs Granulated Sugar on order 8100 Uon Patent riour suck5134 Jersey Ownm Tlwur P V M Cream Flour Freeh Eggs per doz Best Creamery flutter Brick Batter per Ib Oleomargarine 2 Ibs Chuck Steak per Ib extra 2 Compottud f tbs Breakfast Bacon Ibj Spiced HerrlnK oe i fur Mackerel 3 large OHes 8 Bars White Laundry Soap on orders Hawkeye Tomatoes 3 rani Peas Early June 3 cans lown Corn 4 cans Jcllo 3 pkgs English Walnuts new Pet Milk 6 cans Gem Milk 7 ctins Fresh Soda Crackers 4 Ih Salt 3 5cent sacks Veust Foam C bars Ivory Soni 70 Ib Sack Salt t b pkg Silver rrunrv Ih Hrlcfl Peaches a Ihs Conklnfc Flffs 2 Ihs Dried Pears 3 Ibs Dried Peaches 3 Ib Prunes small 6 Ib 18 Salaoila Seedless Kaisins 4 Ibs Shredded Wlleftt pkg Pawncr Oats 3 10Cont pkgs 2oc 2 Ins Lima Ifir i Jap Klcc 2 Ibtliic Iifittucc irccn Itiidislifs Now Turnips Cclrrv 5c bunch Special attention gcivcn to nil tele phone Deliveries o nil partA of the city 25c 25c iot Top left snapshot of Sheriff Tom Borum who has Coopers in Custody At right Mrs Beverly Wilson Wm Cooper and Mrs Lucius Burch sisters and brother of Rollin Cooper whose bullet killed i Carmaek i At stood near posts shown in picture when the fatal l bullets struck him The Coopers were in the direction of the shadow from i him IOWA INFORMATION BUREAU IS FORMED Greater Iowa Club Decides on Move to Boost State j A bureau of Information and statUi tics regarding opportunities in Iowa will be established by the Greater Iowa ulub a society aims to so cure a state wiJe membership Sucb move was decided at a meet ing of the twenty charter membera of j the club at the Gram club today Several amendments to the articles j of incorporation were proposed and I adopted today after which the meet ing adjourned until Monday when the articles will be adopted and filed wilh the secretary of state officially I launching the club A campaign for I members will then bo started the day is at slake A beardless boy mounted on a foamllecked horse rides tlown the line haversack i loaded with ammunition and saves the day for tlie men in gray I leil you i IJrowti is as much a hero as Hotson j was Yet they sny he lied j two female stiiioirrpahers toirether exchanging idle SOKSIJ us they ilo i I am not surprised tlmt slie didnt i bear the ieleplione ring She ami Miss liltiliO were liilkinuabout a niw lint Unit day i There is no srKe in a benefit bt sticks InIingcrslVnea The of excellence is lo be j free from i FUNEEAL PROCESSION i STOPPED BY SNOW Three feet of Snow Causes Suffering in Wisconsin WAUSAU March 12Monrn 1 ers and come of their friends who at tended a funeral in Hamburg town ship y stertlny were obliged to desert their vehicles which were stalled in deep snow and carry the body lo n church a mile and a half distant from whore the bcarso had become literally buried In reaching places of safety several i women were overcome and had it not jbeen for the men some of them would have lost their lives in the snow i which is three foot deep on tlie level A noble mind disdains not to rc j PEOPLES MARKET KOPEI1T IILASCMKK Won i Visl linniil hscc tu IMlv Vonr t lillis Tl 1iirk fluiiis Pork uisnyo Iure lml Sail 1irli 1nl Kitnsl S nlli Itviakfnst Sll21I Cnrid Hiiils 1Icllic lu Shirt Waist Fronts in two great lots Lot One elegant assort ment of patterns in all the late designs beautifully embroidered Our values Saturday only i vC Lot Two imported de signs most beautiful lot of em broidered waist fronts shown in Des Moines Our Saturday special i Read Every Word China Section Fifth Floor Free Free Free A handy brass trimmed match scratcher Ask for it in this department Saturday Two great bargains for Saturcjflys soiling Hun dreds of others that are equally as good Thin Blown Table Glasses 4c This is less than factory price for high grade glassware that every housewife needs 25c Austrian China Plates at 1Oc These beautiful service plates in white Austrian china are great values and will be snapped up quickly C J McConville President H W Fagley Secretary and Treasurer H Hegna Vice President tftere Mutual Phone 597 The Store for Everybody8th ana Walnut Phone la 1812 More Money Savers For You In preparing these splendid money savers we have kept in view the most needed things in every underpricing each article to such an extent that they should meet with quick response This is the purpose of our lowpricemaking There are always many others as good values laid out daily not advertised WE Pictorial KericwPatterns lOc and 15c au seams allowed They are the only patterns that have the patented cutting and construction guide Try them SHOP WITH TKANSFBR It will facilitate your shopping and give you a great deal more transfer card obviates the necessity of paying for each article when pay ment at the end of your shopping ends all Hosiery A splendid showing of ladies fancy mercerized silk lisle hose in all colors also gauze lisle ex tracts in dotted and checks in all the latest values Ladies hose in biack and tan fine lisle thread with double heel and toe garter top stainless Extra good 50c value Saturday only Boys ribbed hose the famous Cracker Jack heel and toe all sizes SpecialSaturday 2 prs for Ladies black and tan hose of superior quality with ribbed top Regular 15c value Saturday special Knit Underwear Ladies silk and wool vests ught weight short or long sleeves with ankie length tights to match Our regular 100 value special for Saturday Ladies medium weight white wool plaited vests and ankle lengths tights Extra good values Special Saturday Ladies Union Suits with high neck and short sleeves cuff knee or umbrella style Our extra good 50c value Special Saturday Ladies1 silk lisle Union Suits high neck long sleeve ankle length fine ribbed hand finished Our values Special Saturday only Mens Furnishings Mens worsted Jersey ribbed underwear in me dium weight just the thing for spring wear 5100 values Mens fine cotton hose in plain blues greys and browns extra 25c values Tor rf only A large assortment of negligee shirts in light Shop at The GrandIt Pays Mail Orders Filled on Advertised Bargains Nobby Tailored Spring 1950 The clever style pictured here has the grace and sym metrical lines and beauty of the high cost originals French models of which they are a copy modified to suit and and please the Ameri can taste We have them In four and twobutton cuta ways colors are ashes of roses cider gray new blues greens etc in plain and fancy striped worsteds coats are satin and taffeta lined some are gored skirts button trimmed others are gored panel front button trimmed with high waist band A beautiful collection 1950 Dress tfkirb Value for Panama and Voile Skirts blue and black made along the lines of the lat est models beauti fully trimmed An exceptional value at A special purchase permits this price 1500 Fancy Tailor ed Waists for Beauftful Messa Hnes Taffetasand Net Waists in all desirable colors waists 245 only 4Cmmrif and dark colors values Sat urday only 50c One lot of Jet Pins many styles Special Hat We Bags place on sale to morrow an immense assortment of Bags of all kinds on center aisle Bargain table Bags worth to for Satisfaction Worth or Money Back pas Trimmed Dress Hats Two hundred brand new hats in straw hair braids all colors and black beautifully designed flower and feather and styles becoming to every face The Grands ixtra special aj Read Every Word j Dress Goods Worth IP f 69c We bought from the well known house of lunch Van Slyck McConville of St Paul the ienminder of their stock of High Class Spring Dress Goods at 50c on the dollar and all will foe sold at practically HaltPrice In this great sale you will see 42inch Birectoire and and plain Pana silk Ik and wool stripes baud many desirable new styles from our own stock all in one great lot at yard O Domestic Room a cases of 36inch full bleached Muslin fine quality sold by the high priced stores at lie The Grand special price only OC 1000 Baby Crib Blankets 30x40 wool finished with pink and blue borders worth BOc The Grands special price 2 cases of extra heavy full bleached domet flan nel sold everywhere at The Grands special Closing Qut Wool our fine wool blankets slightly soiled worth from to will be sold at less than cost to makeSee them Linen Department 200 dozen all pure linen Huck with white and red borders just the thing for hard for this sale n onlyI OC 2000 yards of 31Inch flue sheer India same quality sold at the high priced 4 storesat loc The Grands special 200 dozen eightwheel Teneriffe hand drawn doylies with fancy centers worth 20c 4 The Grands special price only IVC 50 dozen extra large crochet Bed ply yarn new Alarseilles patterns worth f 125 The Grands special price only 1500 yards of full 72inch all pure linen Table Damask in cream only fine at 95c Grands special ice at Trimmed Dress Hats Hats made of fancy braid and chiffon trimmed with jet ribbons and fancy different models to select from unmatchable at this We are showing a complete as sortment of shapes in black and burnt and medium size shapes Bear in mind we sell silk wire frames We are also showing an elegant line of flowers both large and small and the swellest lines of foliage ever shown in Dos Moines Drug Sundries Newbros Herpiclde large size bottle Reg ularly for only yC Keep Clean Hair Brushes regularly 50c Special urday only dCCrC Pompeian Message Cream regularly 50c Saturday for J only Kins Honey and Al mond Cream regularly only 50c for Mme Isabelles face powder regularly 500 Saturday for otjy Good Shoes Good Rubbers Always At Lowest Prices Young mens beautiful black or tan col lege high and low cut shoes fft at only Mens good work shoes f t solid Saturday only V Boys BOX and satin calf A4 nK shoes Saturday only Womens House or oxfords with rubber heels tips or plain toes Saturday only Womens Sample Oxfords or Pumps tan or black Saturday only Childrens hid patent tip or gray silk top latent colt shoes 7 Saturday only wC Mens Good Rubbers Saturday only Womens Good Rubbers Saturday only Childrens Good Rubbers Saturday only The Grands Special in Ladies Shoes Oxfords and Pumps all A leathers all Our Advertisements Mean Unmatchable Bargains   

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