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Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - April 24, 1914, Moulton, Iowa THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE I HAWK EYE STATE NEWS Interesting Items of Gathered From all Parts of Iowa T Fifty candidates were initiated into the order of the Ladies of the Modern at the culmination of a convention of members from central counties of Iowa in Des Delegates to the great hive review which will be held at Bay in also were The delegates will be Mrs. Augusta F. of Des Moines and Mrs. Martha Hull of Chancellor J. H. Kirkland of was elected president of Classical Association of the Mid-West and in convention at Iowa Other officers elected Misa Harriett high school 0.; secretary and H. J. University of bets on the races cost John I. a farmer of according to the story he told the Chicago Williams while in the big city met a man who had on horse He returned to his Iowa home and took back which lie gave the stranger to bet for He hasn't seen the man college is to have new dormitories to house the women The erection of the new buildings is made possible by a successful campaign just completed by President Main in which he saved half a million dollars endowment funds to the Work will begin on the new buildings at Frank C. state bee is making preparations for the field day which will be held July 15. probably at the Dustman apiary in Des This event probably will attract beekeepers from all parts of the as it takes the place of the annual Floyd who won the prize offered by S. F. president of the National Peace at in an oratorical contest with representatives of seven Iowa will represent the state in a similar contest on May 1 at Des Moines The erection of a handsome new home for the Salem congregation at Roland is The plans Tor one building to cost and another at an estimated cost of were submitted and the congregation decided on the J. B. Malley and James who dynamited the postoffice safe in Iowa Falls March 24 and secured in cash and were sentenced in federal court to serve five years each in Stillwater prison and to pay a fine of The Marshalltown district Methodist conference will hold the thirty-fourth annual convention in Iowa Falls April 27-29. A large number will undoubtedly attend these meetings as an excellent program lias been Residents along the K. & W. branch of the Burlington route were before the state railroad commission to protest again the withdrawal of a train from Osceola to Clarinda and Joy riders broke into a Webster City garage and took two new which were found in an alley near the garage next The engines were burned out and other damages to the extent of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wampler of Waukon celebrated their golden wedding Both are Allamakee county Members of the O. A. R. and Women's Relief corps tendered them a Gen. Grenville M. Dodge of Council Bluffs was 83 years old last The Iowa commandery of the Loyal of which Dodge has been sent him a telegram of E. a conductor on the Colorado was killed in He was for many years a well known employe and conductor of the Burlington system In Ellas of has his candidacy for the republican crimination as representative before the June is a retired fanner and has been a resident of Marshall county I people of Iowa Falls have voted to for a and n v. The present Hi is owned by Os ar F. Peterson Of A shoot will be by the Gun this was contributed for lite John resigned president of state denied the report recently published that lie would resume his old position as secretary of the Mr. Bowman says he lias no definite plans for his work in New York but that he will not be connected with Hie Denis M. a Ft. Dodge attorney and has announced candidacy for nomination at tlie primaries on the democratic ticket for congress from the district Kelleher 1r a law partner of Senator S. Suit has been died In the federal court at Dubuque against St. Joseph's Mercy hospital of Dubuque by Sister Mary Regina now resident of asking damages in the sum of for Illegal detention from until 1912, in the She claims she was kept a prisoner and that loss of a hospital business which she was conducting at due to bad management during lier absence and mental anguish represent the amount John Beck and William Barta underwent a thrilling experience near j Waterloo in capturing a mother wolf alive by hand and her six young Seeing the mother wolf's leg sticking out of the den they used fish wrapping eight thicknesses around the Then they pulled the animal being prepared with clubs to repel any With one vicious snap of the jaws she severed inch but could not free herself from the fish The state college health authorities have the smallpox and scarlet fever contagions well in hand and there is no cause for says Dr. E. B. city health officer at A few students of the state college are confined in the college detention with most of the patients in a satisfactory convalescent Scarlet fever which was threatening for a time is under Roy Van the young Iowa cartoonist who has been connected with the Chicago Tribune for a number of has resigned his position to take charge of the art department ot a photo play magazine at Chicago at a handsome increase in Van Nice Is a son of the Rev. R. Van pastor of the Presbyterian church of The colleges and universities of China are seeking instructors from the colleges of this country to the higher branches of if the letter received from President John A. Earl of Des Moines college has received an urgent appeal from the colleges of China for instructors in political pedagogy and the natural A flood of protests have been received at the police station in Des Moines over the opening of a shoe shop in that city employing fifteen Hardly had the shop opened before indignant citizens began telephoning to find if there was not some way to stop it. Members of the women's clubs are interested in the The mysterious death of ten head of cattle owned by Alfred a farmer living three miles east of led to an which resulted in a discovery that a pail of white lead left open proved fatal to the One after the other took its share of the poison and died within a few Judge Fahey at Indianola cut down the damage verdict given by the jury to Miss Mary Nolen in her breach of promise suit against William H. a Cumming to The action was taken on the ground that the verdict was and that the jury reached an agreement too Good roads received a boost this year in Marshall the sum being larger than last The first steam shovel in Iowa has been moved under its own power to a steep hill on the Lincoln west of for work in cutting down the J. J. a freight conductor running between Boone and Council lost his right foot when he slipped and fell under the wheels of his The leg wus cut off between the knee and the Among the naval officers ordered Mexican waters is Ensign Carleton Wright of New now on the battleship New Hampshire In charge of one of the seven inch gun Arrangements are complete for the spring meeting of the Southern Iowa Editorial association to be held at on Thursday and Friday of this A most attractive program of papers and talks will be Polk county was delivered of 1,227 gophers during the first half of the month of at a cost to the county treasury of Bounty of 10 cents is paid for each pair of gopher brought in. Irving city editor of the Iowa City Republican has announced hts resignation to accept the position of city editor of the Clinton He Is a son of David well known in political circles the Over sixty Presbyterian ministers of the Des attended the annual of the synod at last Hon. William Welden of Iowa Falls has decided to become a candidate for state Welden served as representative from Hardin county for four Posses made an unsuccessful search for man who attacked Mrs. Clifford of Clear Lake at her At special election at Paton it was to bond the town for the purpose ol installing an electric system Mrs. J. wife of a merchant at was burned to in her Mrs. Miller was doilies with gasoline when the fumes were ignited from a cook The flames enveloped Miller lived only a few hours and died without regaining Mrs. Kill n of Ida Grove was taken ill with ptomaine from eating a small can of Col. L. J. of the Fifty-third I. N. of Iowa has sent his resignation to Adjutant General Guv K. TWENTY-FIVE CONVICTS AT THE STATE PENITENTIARY WILL NOT BE L Of the Flowers that bloom in the There are none that are purer than Reformer The nervous lady was calling on the calm and collected mother of look at the shrieked the the matter with the smiled the playing with a big carving see he Is. But don't you It's an old carving and even If he did dull It a we have a lovely machine in the kitchen that will sharpen it again a You were Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets first put up 40 years They regulate and liver and tiny Adv. Phones for The Anglo-French Telephone company which secured a concession from the Turkish government for Constantinople three years has completed ita and the official Inauguration of the public service has Just taken About 28,000 miles of wires have been This Includes eight submarine cables under the Gulf of There are already 4,000 The operators are all native Armenians and and even seven Student The Drexel institute of Philadelphia has a woman's problem on Its hands In regard to older women who come there from out of the for whom there is no place in the city high schools or who are ineligible for the city It is proposed that these girls shall live in approved boarding houses and not remove without special of the An assistant dean is especially in charge of the women Among the Is the big yonder is the little is they no Individual drinking City Question of Patrick is stuck in a bog up to his if he's only up to his ankles he can soon get out but he went In head UPWARD 8TART After Changing from Coffee to Many a talented person Is kept back because of the interference of coffee with the nourishment of the This Is especially ho with those whose nerves are very as la often the case with talented There is a easy way to get rid of coffee troubles and a Tenn. experience along these lines Is worth She from the beginning of the use of coffee it hurt my By the time I was fifteen I was almost a nervous nerves all no strength to endure the most trivial either work or was scarcely anything 1 could eat that would agree with me. The little I did eat seemed to give me more trouble than it was I was literally was so weak I could not sit up long at a was then a friend brought me a hot cup of I drank part of It and after an hour I felt as though I had had something to eat - felt That was about five years and after continuing Postum In place of coffee and gradually getting today I can eat and digest anything I walk as much as 1 My nerves are believe the first thing that did me any good and gavo mo an upward was and I use it altogether now Instead of Name given by the Postum Battle Mich. Postum now conies in two Regular Postum - must be well 15c and 25c Instant a soluble A teaspoonful dissolves quickly In a cup of hot water with cream and makes a delicious ago 30c and 50c The cost per cup of both kinds 1b about the a for by WESTERN CANADA NOW The opportunity of securing homesteads of 160 acres andl the low priced lands of Saskatchewan and soon have Canada offers a hearty welcome to the to the man with a family looking for a to the farmer's to the to all who wish to live under better Canada's grain yield in 1913 is the talk of the Luxuriant Grasses give cheap fodder for large cost of raising and fattening for market is a The sum realized for Milk and Cheese will pay fifty per i cent on the Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to Superintendent of | or to F. H. HEWITT 802 West Sixth St. Des la. Canadian Government Small Missouri farm Either 10, 20, 30 or 40 take your choice regardless of also 3 town lots and 300 shares In successful 1,000 acre orchard company two factories and full all for only down and monthly without Interest or Will pay round trip railway fare of stop In case of Write for photographs and full WILLIS D. Ill N. T. Kisses For Bilious and Liver SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS have been proved for merit by 80 continuous salo Purely vegetable and contain no mineral Get a Box of the new kind Same formula as the original uncoated hut easier to Do not gripe PR If cannot get them from your deafer lend us 250 for a DR. J. H. & Neuralgia sufferers find instant relief in Sloan's It penetrates to the painful soothes and quiets the No lay it SLOANS LINIMENT Kills Pain For Neuralgia I would not be without your Liniment and praise it to nil who with neuralgia or or of I nny Pain All Gone I willi Quite a severe I for months without any I your Liniment for | two or three anil I with iny head J. it. Swingert Treatments for Cold and Croup little twelve caught a severe and I gave her three drops of Sloan's Liniment on sugar on going to and she got up in the morning with no of a A little hoy next door hnd croup and I gave the mother three drops on going to and he got up without the croup in the - Mr. W. Ill Sloan's Book on Horses I DR. EARL S. Mass. ] BOARD RESCINDS ITS ORDER Action Is Taken Upon Recommendation of Attorney General Thereby Avoiding Contest Upon Validity of the Statute Affecting W. N. DES NO. 16-1914, Des the recommendation of Attorney General the state board of parole rescinded its order for the sterilization of twenty-five convicts in the Fort Madison This action was owing to the ruling of the department of justice that there are no inmates in the prison who are affected by the sterilization law which was adopted by the Thirty-fifth general Basing an action upon the order issued several weeks ago by the board for the operation upon certain prisoners at Fort a test of the constitutionality of the sterilization law in the federal court was scheduled to be The prisoners had banded together and employed attorneys to resist the operation of the According to the attorney the withdrawal of the order leaves nothing to be contested in the The attorneys for the prisoners say they want the test of the law to proceed The state contends that there are no federal questions and that there is no The sterilization law provides that prisoners who have been convicted twice of a may be rendered sterile by the state for the good ot The attorney general says that this does not become effective until there are prisoners In the penitentiary who have been twice convicted since the law was There has been such a short time sinoe the law was passed by the general assembly that no criminals have been sent up twice within the The board of parole was slow in surrendering the A conference was called at which J. C. and Dr. physician at the Fort Madison were called into consultation with regard to the sterilization of The attorney general was asked to give his He told the board that there is no authority for the issuance of the order in the first place and nothing to it up in the Use of Gasoline The use of gasoline in Iowa has made a tremendous gain within the last according to the reports of the oil inspectors to to the secretary of state's The fees for the 1913, jumped to the and since then have not fallen below that mark during any The increasing number of automobiles in the state is said to be the cause of the increased consumption of the The records show the gain in at the rate of 10 cents a is more than a Owing to the popularity of the machines and their widespread the oil inspectors have instructions to use special cars in judging Gasoline not up to the standard is the officials The complaint of that gasoline is adulterated with water is absolutely without for the reason that water and gasoline will not stay Nearly all of the complaints against the gasoline are due to the engine Attacks Soldier The constitutionality of the preference law was questioned by C. A. assistant attorney in his argument before the supreme court in the case of Thurber vs. a janitor at the state house and a was discharged by He appealed to the resting on the preference Officials attempted to prevail upon the state not to question the constitutionality of the preference without George A. assistant adjutant and adjutant of the G. A. R. of was the only veteran present in the court room when the case was State Bar Dates for the holding of the law examinations in were fixed at a conference held by Dean Henry Dunn of the state university at Iowa City and Attorney General George who is chairman of tho law examining with the supreme the request of the majority of the members of the senior law the court sanctioned the holding of examinations ut Iowa City the beginning June 23. This in the week after the commencement Formerly it hart been the rule to hold the test the week before the at the time when the college examinations were Control Board Lets The state board of control let contracts for the construction of an additional building at the Oakdale tuberculosis sanatorium arid a laundry building at the Industrial School for Boys at The buildings are to be completed so they may be occupied by Dec. 1. The hospital building at Oakdale was let to the J. W. Happ Construction company of Cedar Rapids on a bid of It is to be used for advanced tubercular cases only and will accommodate sixty-two The legislature made an appropriation of for the Some time ago the board advertised for but the proposals were too high and tuey were The plans were revised and the new bids proved The hospital plan adopted by the board provides for an administration section in the with two wings extending One of these wings will be constructed The administration building and other will be built when funds are The buildings will be fireproof and will be three stories in The board let the contract for the boiler and engine room and fire station at Eldora to C. W. Ennis of on a bid of The contractors are to use hollow tile manufactured at the Knoxville inebriate asylum in the construction of the two new state Green Paint Will Warn Green will play an important part in the compensation act when it goes into effect in July and the color will be one of the principal topics at the annual convention of the Iowa Association of Fire Insurance The convention will be held on June 11th and about 300 delegates from all over the state are All liability companies writing this class of insurance have organized a department of accident The department expects not only to reduce the losses under the new compensation but those who live up to the rules of the department will find their rates materially A system of rate schedules will be applied to a plant according to the protective methods One of the conditions to be demanded by the liability companies Is to paint all danger spots Red will be the sign of danger and green will be the color used to locate the danger Green will be the color for all coverings over trap stair motor eye elevator on the spikes and shoes ol ladders and for other protective Firms which do not use these colors will be penalized by a schedule of Increased Credits will be given for all protective * * Will Help Farmers Get A novel plan is being adopted by the Iowa association to help in stamping out hog cholera in this Hog cholera last year cost the farmers ot Iowa it is The last legislature appropriated for the establishment of a plant at Ames to manufacture the The plant sold worth of the but it could not supply the demand and considerable worthless serum was sold by The Ames plant has worked all its available funds into serum which it has stored ready for use when the demand It can manufacture no more because the fund for this purpose has been It is now proposed to have each banker of the state contribute from to for serum to be held in storage for the When the epidemic breaks out in any locality banks will furnish the serum to the farmers In their territory and get their money Wife Deserters laws of Iowa do not contemplate that a husband shall be compelled to live with a woman whom he has pledged to cherish and but it Is both his moral and legal duty to provide and support those whom he lias brought into this relationship by reason of said Judge Lawrence De is a sacred institution and the perpetuity and permanence of our social life must and will in the last resort defend upon it. The spirit of the law is that a man after having assumed the matrimonial relations and being responsible for bringing children into existence must support and if he falls so to then lie must either tender to the court a good and sufficient bond for their support or take penalty of the New Iowa j capital General disc T. I H. and IT. J C. Vail Cooperative capital If 15,000. In the Wilson is in the field i for republican nomination for railroad ] Mr. Wilson is the fourth republican to enter the j Clifford present chairman of i the Senator 13. W. ' bury of Strawberry and Chris Ottosen of Ottosen am the other Mr. Wilson was a candidate for the same position In the primary of mlO and was third In the running 2,000 votes behind Clifford Liability it is expected by the Iowa State Manufacturers' association to save the employers of labor in this state annually through the Mutual Casualty association which is now ready to receive The workmen's compensation law becomes effective July 1st. The Mutual company was formed in 1911 in anticipation of the passed by the Inst Under the cooperative plan the casualty com will assume the hazards to em
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