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Lytton Star, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1916, Lytton, Iowa VKKLienmt OF THE WEEK T v__ QT miATER OK UMM IMPORTANCE. BIOI6 eOWN OF EVENTS Personal and Other Brief Form for All of WAKMXWB. .a resHsal against Great Britain weinre tram steamships ot par- ant Sweden has tha exportation ot wood that country. war unttl November 30 n total ef 1.073 British seajnen been loist on merchant teasels or blown up by mines, 1 officially stated in London. total casualties In the entire flliiiitii tor the year number according to an announee- 'Jhskt made In UK House ot Commons Cwr the parliamentary under aar war. An' Amaterdam that the Belgian spy, Ceia, who Edith CaveU, English nurse, end cawed her execution by the Ger- was assassinated tn a village inamr Brussels. correspondent reports that taembers ot the crew of the Brit Meamer Clan MacFarlane, which torpedoed in the Mediterranean December M, are still mining I have been given up tost ;-l r e arriving at I Russian trancausla, state ttat UN Armenians who were forced Mr MM and famine to surrender to Turks were killed by order at ot Math. The mttfienA, and the women and drowned in the Euphrates AnaeaJan larvlaa and rorced ny ntecaiHy, Oerman Indus- try hu solved another serious prob- As an leather obtainable' Is nec- tor the armies, the qaesUon of footwear to the population troubled the authorities. A at Relleray near Dreeden problem. It te now pro- dnctng ot pain ot good, ot a substitu- OM for leather. i, e e The controversy between Great Britain and Sweden over the deten- i of reached, an Inwai with both stubbornly refusing rival's mans to expo- through the respective coun- Sweden now holding an en- enanttty of English post nsnttilt tor Ranata, whBe mall taken from every Scandinavian hnoaht Into KbkwaC, Scotland. a _______at Iowa a candidate tor republican presidential nomlna- looks to Nebraaka tor paynett to national convention, by freak A. Haitiaoa ot American food an on aad war munitions.' at brM statement ot a policy tor adoption by President jaihtog copper in mass at CUttea. Aria, adopted re- to return to work tor a yetted ot fifteen at a of -wages offered by mine managers, based upon copper selling at 44 cents a pound. Ji IB gratitude tor rendered hy Red Cross atter the Cherry, m, disaster la Polish la- henrs aad their families at Cherry contrlbnted from their savings a fund ot for use of the Red Cron tor relief work In Pound. e Bxpetti valued at between -tvfcMv aad wen shipped trom port of New York during oamber, according to com- DIM at customs Muni- wero leading i; Five Including woman, were indicted In New York, charged consptrtng .to rubber aeotet. 'ly to the In vlela- of United custom 0, e A thfcd ot the ally of Bergen. Nor- mr. thriving ownan with a titlon of wag dMtrayed bf M onM M tho want enr re e e iff York tt.lko I Peations to place PreHdent Wil name on the Minnesota balkx were BM with the secretary ot itatf ut St Paul a few days ago. The Bethlehem Steel corporation M New York declared a dividend ot a snare on Its common stock out of earnings ot the year 1915, payable to quarterly Norway la the latest successful for- eign applicant for financial assistance In this country, the National City bank, It was announced at New York, having purchased per cent gold Issued by that govern- ment Indictemnts.were returned by the grand jury in Chicago against Irrini agd Herbert Updike for cansplncy to kill their wealthy parents and Bister The indictments also named in the conspiracy "several others unknown to tbe jury." A speed ot 11.47 knots reached by the snperdreadnonght Oklahoma la one mile of its standardization ran off Owl's head, Maine, exceeding the best record of Its rival, the Nevada, the only other ship ot its type, by a little ten than half a knot Danger ot foreign aggression will confront the United States after the European war is over, no matter which side wins, Hudson Maxim, member of the naval advisory board, declared in an address before the chamber of commerce at New Haven, Military training In the colleges is treated as the subject of greatest Im- portance In the annual report ot Pres- ident Lawrence of Harvard university. The need of an ample supply of trained officers, he said, could find no better material than the students In college. f Professors in colleges tupervlscd hy the Methodist Episcopal church may be-paM an annual pension of on retiring at the age of 65 and be Insured for f up to that age un- der a plan advocated by President Samuel Plants .of Lawrence college at a meeting at Chicago. Poverty hi the principal eamw of Immorality, lack ot a minimum wi for and women of fs a week and unregulated of domestic employment rendering the home In many eases a breeding place for com- mercialised according to a re- port of the Illinois senate white slavt Investigation committee. BPORTDfa Freddie Welsh, lightweight cham- pion, was onthoxed hy Eddie McAn- draws, a Pennsylvania product, in a Bis-round boot at Philadelphia. ttee ot the National and American Baseball leagues announced that the ball season would open on April 12, and that 164 would played. e e Johnny Dundee and Joe Mandot, lightweights, hare been matched for a twenty-round boot In New Orleans on Feb. 21. Dundee's manager an- need. He added Freddie lightweight champion, had agreed to moot the winner March 4, also In New Orleans. Jen Wlllard, heavyweight cham- pion pugilist, signed for a fight with Frank Moran of Pittsburg at Kansas City. The light, .which will held In New York, win be ten rounds. It was announced. No definite date set for the match, which will be held some time between Aplrl U and tt. Mike Gibbons knocked out Young Ahearn to the first round of their scheduled ten-round bout at Bt Paul, Minn. The fight had been In progress about a minute and a half when Gib- worked his man over to the cor- ner and with a smashing right swing to the Jaw sent him to tha floor for the count. WASmNOTON. The Ferris bill to create a system ot MO stock raising on arid, icml-arid and mountainous in seventeen states, has passed house. dropped trom In 1914 to In 1915, or approximately t? M per cent, according to a statement by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. Gas generated by tha new Edison storage battery and Ignited by a ot unknown origin, held re- sponsible for the explosion of the sub- marine E-l at New York navy yard, when five men were kllltd, In a to Secretary Daniels by Mard ef .Inoulry. e A till to esUWtth a of fed- eral and luperVtolon ef for agricultural favorably raaerted to the hwaat by the en MTV cittnre, 0- AVAMJIUB W. C. 8TUCKSLAGER SUOCESSOH TO A. FUNK ON BOARD OF EDUCATION. HAPPENINGS OF THE STATE General of Collected and Condensed from Many Bourns That Will Prove of Interest Watera Saivtfit Uahm. Benin. Dei C. Stncksla- ger, banker of Usbon, la., was ap- pointed a member of the state board of .education to .succeed A. B. Funk, who resigned January 1 to become industrial commissioner. The ap- pointment was made by Gov. Clarke. Mr. StuckslagET served In all the general assemblies from the Twenty. sighth to the Thirty-fourth, and was 'or more than twenty years a mem- ber ot the board of trustees ot Cornell college. He president ot a bank at Lisbon and another at Mt. Vernon. Qete for Ginseng crop. Webster J. Loring of this city has just sold, 200 pounds ot dried rfnseng root to an eastern firm tor JMO, the product having brought near- y M.SO a pound. This root was tak. off an acre of ground, Mr. Lorlnj has been In the ginseng business foi six yean. He hac 10 beds planted to mature at different seasons. When first planted, the seed must lie in ground two before it and grows. The plants must also be always under artificial shade; which makes the railing se expensive that few engage in its. Mr. Lormg, how- ever, has now got his beds where he may.expect a harvest esfbl year. Mr. Loring is a rural mail car- rier out of Webster City ana-raises ginseng as a eide line. Taxes Due 17 Fort a Mauley of Os- ceola, la., has sent the Lee county reuurer 98 in payment of personal taxes on property due thirty-seven rears. The sum also paya Interest on he taxes. Mr. Manley recently wrote the treasurer, saying he believed he owed the country a small sum and that he would.like to free his con- science on the subject. Attej much search the amount was found buried n old documents In the garret of the court house. The amount of the tax- es and the interest were totalled and sent to Mr. Manley and a check soon arrived at the county' of- Cedar Aldrich, pio- neer Iowa railroad man, died here Jan- uary II, aged U, after a brief illness, grip. After Joining the rush to the California gold fields in he be- le a pony dispatch rider among western boom He helped sur- vey the Illinois Central railroad across owa and was mall clerk on the first rain operated by that road Into Sioux Sioux City. For many years he was traveling freight agent'for the old B, R. A N road. Woman Freten to Death, Council pet ear mug- gllug up against her body and under he bed covers, Mrs. .Matilda C. Mck- ord, 78, was found dead in her little home In west Council Bluffs, Into which the police had' broken when nefghbora became alarmed. There was fuel and a stove, but woman, evi- dently unable to. get the fire started, tad crawled Into bed, fully clothed, to secure warmth, and had frozen to death.. factories Increase Sioux census bureau at Vasbinftton has given out a report on manufacturers In Sioux City as shown by the 1114 census. The report shows ipltal Invested In manufacturing In- creased from In 1801 to In 1914, or more than 66 wr cent. Value of products Increased rom to or bver; 12 per csnt. number of establish- lehts Increased from 136 to 20. A Strong Wireless. signals sent by wire- ess from Key West, a distance of over miles, have been received by he new wireless telegraph station at owa State college. The message, which was clearly received, although t was farthest gathered in up to dale by the Ames station, was but one ot many received dally from Stallone away. College President. has been received here that Albert Cain, a Sanborn hoy, has Just been elected president of the Spokane Business college at Spokane, Wash. Mr. Cain an expert stenog- rapher and ot fasteet mm In northwest. Found Fnavn to Death. Vlnton.-Semuel Meyers, ft ynars old, was found to death la Cedar township, ten wiles north of laton. left the broth- to watt M beuw, tat 4M when af IOWA NEWS NOTES. A telegram from Oregon City, Ova, announces that James Nayek of City, aged 74, was Jmrned to death tt) cabin on' a chum In woods near that town. "That a grand juror may ot his stock Owing the cold' weather, Judge Hamilton in dtitrtot court at Keoknk Buggested that the grand Jarr adjourn early, allowing a juror drive twelve to his home. William Stlu and two or four bootleggers'nabbed at Fort: Dodge the second week have been found guilty and "sentenced to M days in the county jalL The oth- er two men trial later. Wayne county Is the only county ot Iowa which is absolutely square with the state as far as payment of taxes IB concerned. Its'report shows there are no delinquent 'taxes due the state In any of the funds. This Is said to be a remarkable showing. Henry Matthews, who has been a. resident of Ames for twenty-five years, claims he has more sons working for Uncle Sam than any other man in Iowa.' Three of MB boys are ready U scrap tor the country at any time, two in the navy and one in the army. And they have taken up their work with the intention ot making It a life lob. The state railroad commission fixed March 14 as the time lia hearing the case in which the question of the effect Which a transmission line has on a telephone be threshed! oat The owners of farmers' n.ral telephone lines complain that the elec- tric lines put their lines out of busi- ness altogether, unless the telephone: Unas are changed over to the metallic circuit rystem. PretWtwt WHI Make Trip Uwt Fibmry. WILSON TO Bt WITH HIM AH AH for To" Be Delivered in D MMnes Feb. Request Men- Partisan Arrangements. DM .and Mrs. Wilson wltt, amp; at ov- er the Kick p. m. m- rnary lat.lTv wJll .peak, the Conscutt 'OB Preparedness" at 8 o'clock. He will leave Des Mollies for the eut after the speech. Harry H7 Folk, president of the Greater lie? Molnes committee, male the above for (he com- Ing of Probiaent and1 Mrs. WflBon to DBS Homes In a personal Hint to Hie White Houe. Mr. Polk to'in aount 0 be collected In Jill over 1111. Only aMTC MB PMnlCtiMM. Curt. The oaae agalaat the oompaiy, In which John a trylage Vtaf) the onujpajij Pre.ldent Woodrow Wilson President Wilson has resetted that all party lines be obliterated en- tirely for" his address in the Coliseum. He wishes to make It an American meeting with American spirit and American patriotism. He will discuss the national defense ai an American and not as a political Issue'. President Wilson Is expected to make number of speeches from the platform of his special train on his way from Chicago. He will speak probably at Davenport, City, Ortnn.ll, Newton and other dtles Iowa. The schedule for tin arrival of the president's train IB the cities named will be arranged later. President Wilson will be the third president of the United enter- tained by the Dee MoiMS club. Presi- dent Taft and RooMVeK were on their western trips. FM WIFE'S M.ROEI UnuMial Tried at Perry Qolng of Kind In Iowa. can of C. J. Jordan against the estate ot J. W. Blackmail, In which Jordan sought dam- ages because of the murder of hit by Blackmail, to eipocted end the was tled wltheit aid of the fury. The evidence had been submitted by plalatll, arguments and the judge was ready to Instruct the Jury when the parties concerned reached an agreement Jordan will be paid ln.WO and costs ot suit are charged to defendant The case was sensational. J. W. Bwcaman murdered Mrs, Jordan at Deloto last August and then killed Mmself. The husband sued tor claiming he was damaged that much by the loss of hhv helpmate. -point was a new one la Iowa and the oan was Interestlag when attorneys for tha es- tate aiod answtr, altogtaf that the murderer and his victim had been tullty ot misconduct aad that at this they quarreled and tragedy resulted. MO Tetter, a form at slave, 1M years old, according M kept by daughter, died M home to haw oldwt la Keokak. ban la slavery ta Ifll. tor the Moral hulMlar, which wfll started WnahlngteB. .Hred hy A, MlBtf The etnMet for TM atsan- nrt wM he M the MM> The OVM, give "CaBfomia A .laxative today saves a tick cnfld tomorrow. ChlMrea (Imply WtU Mt take the time trom play to empty Mnrelgf, IMNXMM dogyod wtttL liver clugglsh; (tomnch sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coat- ed, or your chOd Uadesa, fev- erish, breath had. aosant eat heartily, Ml of cold or throat or any other ailment, taanjonaifnl ef "California Syren then don't wetty, became tt hi perfectly and In a tew all this conettpatloh poison, soar out of the bowels, and you a, well, playful child again. A thor- ough "InsMe cleansteg" Is sfl that le.neceaoary. It should be tWStgBWIt plTtk ul 9isy MdOnMflk of oMnMrtolt flc Ask at the store Mr "CaMornla lynp of wklch fen for eklMnm of ages and Mr ptatott printed on the bottle. Adv. No nwii'____ John L. Sullivan said In a ance la Chtcago: Too many people are like the Lon- don navvy. In London, you know, saloons an Only onen now an hour In the morning, an hour or so at noon, and another hour hi the evening. navvy didn't "No, navvy dUnt It, and he expressing himself very fwretbty, about It one night at the llarMe Arch, when a stranger said: "But, Mend, the workln' need M economise these war tsnes. bout you know there's Wo much money altogether spent en Mr' necessary beerr "'Unnecessary roared" navvy. 'Unnecessary beer? Why, there aint no BI8 EATERS HAVE BAD KIDNEYS AND BACKACHE Take a of (alts at Once If Yew It HitnHkQ Kraiwjrt AMI BlMMer Trouble The Ameneaa awn a guard ooooaatly agaust KldaJcy, troe> ov food H rlcb. Our blood la I M fittar out, they native When yoar feel had;
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