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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 4, 1906, Waterloo, Iowa no.VA VIDW '1-TjATlOX AXY VAPKIl IX WATERLOO. WEATHER ItfmCAJIOttTS: Chicago, April Gon- a: a Ily fair arm coolc-r in uml south tonight; warmer Iu all states'Thursday. FIFTEENTH YEAK. -WATERLOO, IOWA, AVEIXKESDAY EVENING, APKIJ, 1, :i90G. CONSUMPTION SANITARIUM The Matter of Its Location Must Now Be Determined. The Solons Kill Teeter's Campaign Publicity' Bill. Woman Suffrage Voted Down. Otheij'Legislature Matters. DOS AlninoK. April lown sanitarium for the treatment of con- sumptives will lie in charge of I he hoard of control as are oihor institu- tions. IL vill select t ho -unicorn, in- cluding a physician of HOI loss than live years' experience to lie superin- tendent at a year. Tin- board of control will locate ihe institution.' Fort Dod.no is imtier- stood to be a Candida to for the loca- tion. Other cities, doubtless, will be in the field. Dr. .1. "W. Kitne of Fort Dodge, Or. L. Stevens of Dos .Moines and other physicians have hcen mentioned in connection with the Kuporintendoney. hot-anso of their prominence in pushing the movement for the new hospital. In locating the sanitarium the hoard of control must take into con- sideration climate, healihfulness, wa- ter supply, drainage, quality of soil, facility of access, timber protection to buildings and a suitable building site. The siie must contain not less than I (ID acres or whatever may be deemed necessary by the board of control. The buildings must be planned to ac- commodate at least 100 patients and necessary officers and employes. Of course, under ihe law appropriating only one wins of such a structure can Lie built to begin with. Only patients afflicted with pul- monary tuberculosis in the incipient. st.ige, and show a reasonable probability of improvement by treat- ment may be received at ihe sanitar- ium. Personn who svish treatment must file an application, iiinst siuiimt lo examination and must be resident of the state. When applicants are accepted, after examination, and there is no room at the sanitarium, they shall be recommended and ad- mitted in successive order. The sanitarium is to be open for iill patients, hut all patients who are able to pay, shall be charged such rate monthly as the board of control may fix, not. c-xco.cding t.hc average ac- tual per capita cost of care, treat- ment and maintenance. All sums so collected shall by the board of con- trol be conveyed inlo the state treas- ury. Expenses of transportation shall bo paid by the state if patients are indigent. The law says that the board of con- trol and the superintendent shall ap- point physicians in such localities in the stale as they may deem proper, whose duty shall lie to examine all persons who apply to them, and who have previously made application to ihe superintendent to ho admitted as patients in the sanitarium, provided, however, that the applicant shall in each case pay said examining physi- cian ihe sum of which shall bo in full for such examination. The ex- amining physicians shall be gradu- ates, of a medical college school iu good standing under the laws of Iowa, and shall he .selected, so far as is practicable, because of his exper- ience with the knowledge of plu- monary diseases. Ily a vote of -1C to i'.O the house of represeiitui ives rofn.-icd to pass the Tot or bill to prevent misuse of cam- paign funds. The bill provided that every candi- date for any ollice io he voted for at any caucus, primary or election, au- thorized by lav.-, by any olectiors shall, within ten days after such cau- cus, primary or election, lile with Ihe auditor of tiio. county of the residence of said candidate, a verilied statement of the account of his campaign ex- penses, including all expenditures by, for, or on behalf of said candidate, up to and including tho day of the caucus, primary or election, this statement of account shfill include the assessment by any person, com- mittee or organization in charge of the campaign of the candidate. The chairmen of political parties are re- run rod to make an accounting of all funds handled by them. The house committee on appropri- ations met yesterday and recommend- ed out for passage the bill appropri- ating 1.0 bo used at the .lamosiown exposition to make at Iowa, exhibit. There is some opposition to this bill and if is .likely that it will no haves entirely sailing upon the door'of the house, but the genera opinion seems to bo (hat the hill wi! ultimately pass. The senate bill recommending an appropriation of for the his joriortl building was also passdd on with -favorable recommendations. The Donate yesterday passed tin board of control institution appropri al ion bills, amounting to about The measure already had pass the house. There was no opposi lion lo il. The institutions roceivi the following amounts: Iowa Soldiers" in Orphans' homo........ 1 College for Ihe blind...... .School for the deaf...... Institution for feebleminded Industrial school, boys.... lil.fiOM Industrial school, M.fiOf .Mount I-Monsant. hospital... I hospital.. Olarinda hospital...... Jnobrlato hospital, Kuoxville Cherokee hospital...... Fort Mndixdn penitenthtry. Anamosa penitentiary. The Chassoll family mileage bill, as it. passed the house, provides: 13very railroad corporation oper- ating a railroad in Iowa and trans- porting passengers for hire shall sell to all applicants for each family mileage books containing coupons good for miles of passenger transportation on all trains t.hat car- ry passengers in Iowa on the linos of the rai'.oafi corporation selling said mileage hooks. Passengers using the family mileage books shall be en- tiliod to the same rights and privil- eges on all trains as those accorded to holders of regular first class tick- et c. The. mileage books sold under the provisions of this act shall be kept for suit- at all the regular rail- way passenger ticket offices in cities of population and over. AI all railway passenger ticket offices in towns of loss than population, said mileage hooks shall bo delivered to applicants within forty-eight hours after the price of each is depos- ited with the passenger ticket agent in payment therefor. Family 1.000 mileage books sold under the provisions of this act shall be good for transportation of person and customary baggage for the use of five persons or lews who are members of the same family and who may travel separately or collectively, and mileage coupons shall be detach- ed by each railroad conductor or col-i lector for each person transported. The word family for the purpose of this act shall mean OIK; person or a man and wife, or a man. wife and children, or a man and children, or a woman and children. Said family mile mileage hooks shall not be transferable and may be used only for the person whose signature ap- pears on the cover.' The signature of the persons entitled to use each of he said family mileage may he re- iniri'd to appear thereon and railway ompanie.s may use other reasonable ncans of identification of persons burning the right to use said family uileage books, lilach of said family nileage books shall be valid for one from date of its sal'5 by the rail- vay company. At ihe opening of the afternoon ession of the house yesterday Mr. 'eter of Marion county called np the jill permitting women to vote for ire.sidentinl electors. It was lost by vote of -13 io oS. In calling it up Mr. Teter spoke briefly for his meas- tre. Mr. Meredith followed Mr. Teter. ilso speaking for the bill, lie said hat he was strongly in favor of wom- 'n's suffrage. Ho spoke of the peu- ions that had boon coming to the legislature for thirty years and demanded that women be given i chance. "Don't be cowards, don't )e babies.'' concluded Mr. Meredith. "I would like to said Mr. Kendall, "if there is any reason why ivomen should he penuHujcl a vote tpon presidential electors and nor, be i'iven general suffrage" "No." responded Mr. Meredith, 'hut. if 1 can't get a whole cake I'll :ake a bite: if I can't get a 2-cent 'are law I'll take a 2-cent family nileage book." The bill was placed upon its pas- sage and lost by the following vote: Bixby, Oarden, Cheii- Oobb, Conn. Crose, Cummings. Darrah, na.shiell. Dow. Rnglisn. 15p- lorson, Freeman, Hamblotoii, Hanmi. i-lead, Hollombeak, Hume, Kling, Lai I'd, Leech, Lundt, McAllister, Mc- Ciilloch, .Mo Dole., Mc.Xie, Mahen, Mar- tin, Meredith, .Morris. Prilehard, Spaulding, Summers, Teaeh- vul, Teter, Van Faton, Weeks, :len. Whiting, Wise. Buckingham. C'ald- Carstonson, Christiansen, Clary, Cohnrn, C'olclo, Da vie, Do Mar, Doran, Flonniken, Frudden, Geneva Groeicy, Greene. Gregory. Holes lacobson, .lepson. Jones, Kendall KooiHz, Lanagau. Lister. Lowrey, Mc- Creary, MelClrath, Mot.t, Nichols Oflill, Olson, flitter, Savior, Springer i'emple. Washburn, Mr. A NOTABLE VICTORY WON lussian Constitutional Democrats Overwhelm the Opposition. GLA1 CHARGE TRUMPED UP Well Known Waverly Man Ac quitted of Charge of Rape at Nashua. Wavorly, April (Special) News was received here last nigh that. George Cram peon, a well know: young man who was arrested a Nashua on complaint, of a forme prominent school teacher of tha county, was acquit led at- his prelim inary hearing. The Waverly man hat attended a dance at. Nashua last day night in company with some o his friends. At. the close of Iho af fair several of tho young people wen (o a. hotel, among them being Mi Crampeon and tho school teacher On Saturday the young woman cans ed tho young man's arrest, chargin him with the crime of rape. Yoniij, Crnmpoon stoutly denied his guilt Judging from tho evidence which wa submitted at the perliminary hearing yesterday, tho father of l.ho girl in dncod her to I rump up Hie oliargo. Several witnesses were suhpoonao to give testimony at tho trial, our1 o whom, Phil Miller, was from Waloi loo. Tho case a lira.-ted considerable ox cilomont. at Nashua, whore the gii1 is well known and where there wa another Incident of Iho nature t occasion considerable comment. Miss Kwaiigor returned her home here Tuesday after spent! ing Iho winter with relatives In .Grea Bond, Kansas. he Bureaucrats Beaten in Own Strongholds. Their >hina Pressing Russia in Man- churia. A New Loan. St. Petersburg, April ofllcia! anvass of iho votes cast at the olec- inn on Monday, owing to tho unox- ecied heavy and tho inoxperionoo f the officials, hail not boon completed t midnight, but it is conceded that ho radical tide has swept to victory very one of tho ino constitutional emoeratic electors. Tho constitutional democrats natiir- lly are jubilant, as the swooping tri- mpb which they ha'vo won at the apital, the headtiuartors of tho bur- aucracy, is bound to have a strong ef- oct on tho country at largo. They are ow looking forward to a working ma- tirity in tho national parliament. They Ireatly have mentionod a candidate or tho presidency of the lower houso n tho person of M. Pel runkev itch of "ver, who is regarded as one of the lost able and vigorous advocates of a onstitutional government for the om- iro. The Russkoo Gosudarst vo, Premier Vitto's newspaper organ, which ad- ults tho victory of the constitutional emoerats, attributes it to the vaoil- aiion of tho conservative fat-lion and he intemperance of iis organs. The a per also declares that Count. Witte .'ill hold on to tho premiership until he convocation of tho parliament and hat his resignation then will depend n the attitude- of Emperor Nicholas. There is an intimation that no mat- er what may lie tho political complex- on of tho parliament, nobody who loos not possess the fullest confidence it" his majesty will be selected as pro- nier. 1 The supporters of the so-called 'block" ticker pvit in the field by tho progressive economists, aw and order and trade anil industries larties, saved nothing out of the vreck. Tho constitutional democrats arriod every ward and on tho average -oeeived almost two votes whore the 'block" party received one. Tho count in iho admiralty ward, tho most aristocratic in tho city, was com- peted at 0 o'clock last evening. The constitutional democratic ticket won, an average of votes. against 500 for M. Kutlor. former min- ster of agriculture, who headed the >pposition ticket. M. Petrolutsky. a !3oto. received tho lowest vote on tho ieket of the constitutional rioniocrais, snowing that tho agitation against ion-Russians has not boon without ef- eet. Pressing Knssin. St. Petersburg. April confir- mation has been received of tho ro- lort published hy tho Russkoc Slovo of Moscow in a dispatch from Harbin, Manchuria, thai hostilities, between he Russian and Chinese troops were mmint'nt, At tile foreign oftico. however, it was said that tho negotiations between lussia and China over Manchurian af- aifs aro not progressing satisfactorily ind that relations between the two ountrios have boon somewhat strain- d. Tho Chinese not refuse to tli? private, concessions in Manchuria hold by Russians hut aro '.oiistantly pressing (no question of the evacuation of Manchuria hy tho Rus- sion t roops. Tho Chinese aro also asking for a liininntion of tho number of railroad guards along Ihe Manehnrian rail- road. It is intimated that China's at- Hiiido is duo to Japanese support. Iti'iiisli Policy. London. April Replying to a question in the houso of lords whethei tho government intended to lay on the table oi ihe houso any consular or oth- ofTicial reports concerning the ro- cont outrages of .lows in Russia wlijch it may bavo received. Lord Fimnaur- ice, undersecretary for foreign nffa-irs for Iho government said that to rlo so might he regarded as an illegitimate interference in matters with which Groat Britain has no concern. Tho government, tho speaker said was desirous of a cessation of the out- rages, hut considered that the success- tho reforms introduced by tlio Rus- sian government was the only hope ot ending long standing oppression. ill-timed intervention, ho addotl, might effect increasing oppression. Tho archbishop of Canterbury in- dorsed the government's attitude. The Russian Loan. Berlin, April Roerson Cou- rier, which has pro-Russian sympa- thies, denies that the German govern- ment has decided to shut the Gormai market, lo tho proposed new Russian loan. Tho newspaper admits ihat tho government, is studying the quostioi how far Russian borrowing horo might interfere with tho imperial and Prus- sian loans, which financiers oxpoc will roach ami which ar. scheduled for May. Tho government's decision may ho influenced hy tho consideration that, i: Germany holds aloof French and Kng lish investors will lend Russia all flu money needed to iho oxclustion o Germany, which is regarded as disad- vantageous to Germany's political a.' woll asMo her economic interests. AT .MASS. f'rnwford.svillo, Inil., April -t saying Kiviuk'iti mass- at tlio funorii of one of his parishioners, Ifev. .loin Demiwoy, pastor of Si. Hcrnaid' I'eH'doad In his pulpl SAY; HUSBAND ASSAULTED HER Mrs. Rose Hoxie of Cedar Falls Makes Serious Charges. prxisiiKM. Perjurer Sent I'ji for Seven Yours aiitl Six .Mouths.-. lily Associaled Press.] Xow York, April Larry Rogers, vho recently told the distruvt attor- ey a false story about a plot to ns- assinate Rev. Charles II. Park- urst, was today sonioiiced 10 seven ears and months or perjury.' PlXni) I'OK milllKKY. lini-boi- Asplmli General Agent Is Punished. Ily Associated Press. 1 Green IJay. Api-ll -t. ('tiarlos M. Carpenter, general agent in ousin for the Asphalt cjim- lany. today was one ihouMaml ollai-K and cosis. luiviiiK iilcadoil gull- y to ihe ehai-go uf hi-llilng ihroe treon Hay aldr-rmcn in KITUI-IIIK enn- riurt.s for paving. ays He Threatened to Kill Her With Butcher Knife. A petition for divorce has boon filed >y Rose Iloxsie against her husband, Edward Hoxsie. Tho couple worn niar- iorl at Oregon. 111.. .June 1001. shortly after tho marriage tho couplo invert to Cedar Falls. Tho grounds or the divorce are those of cruel and nhitman treatment. It is he defendant has become addicted to ho habitual use of intoxicants and hat when in an intoxicated condition 10 has beaten and pounded his wife ith his fists. It is sot oat in the Kithirm that the husband, being a oworful man, injured the plaintiff everely and at times boat her into un- onsciousnoss: that in September of in 11 drunken fit. after boating the )laintiff and rendering her nncon- cious. ho ran away. Tho plaintiff did lot. live with the defendant again un- 11 April. inO-I, at which time she wont jack at his earnest solicitation. It is tllegod that in Juno. he throat- 'ned to kill her and chased her out of he house with a butchor knife. sacb of the two offenses he defendant, was given n jail. At various other timos previous to Tune. it is averred the defendant hroatoned tho life of the plaintiff and hurl and abused hoi-. Since lune. TJfi-t, tho defendant has totally le.serted the plaintiff and has utterly 'ailed to support her or her child. By reason of tho facts heretofore sot out plaintiff asks for a decree of tli- roroe, for tho custody of her minor Leoma Hoxsie. and such other and further relief as may bo adjudged quitablc. lasi nnniorl thirtv davs DEATHS WERE IACCIDENTAL Jury Renders Verdict in Cedar Falls Gas Explosion. has boon at work on the nearly two weeks and all tending to throw light on of tho explosion has E. K. Guecnsey Drops Dead While Felling a Tree. Cedar l-'alls, April (Special) The coroner's jury empanelled to in quire into the cause of death ol .lames Don-is and II. K. Soiberl. kill otl in the explosion at iho Cedar Fall, gas plant several days ago, arrived at a verdict this forenoon. They find that the men came t< their death through ihe accidental ox plosion of tin.- Cedar Fails gas plant fixing no responsibility for tho acci- dent. The .iu case for evidence the cuus of the anthracite coal ipprators ami the miners adjourned without finding a single point of agrew- nent upon which might based a opi> for peace. The. minors found the operators ormined not to concede a single point if the eight demands made on March 2, while on the part, of the minors hero was no disposition shown to ni- cile from thu position taken ihnn. The utjonrnniniit. found both sides dis- ouragod, all bting of the opinion that nloss some unexpected situation shall iriso a long strike in the hard coal -egion is Inevitable Governor Pcnuypackor of Ponnsyl- is bringing pressure to boar up- iii both the miners and operators in he intorpsts of peaeo. At a mooting ast. night of the scale 'committee of hirty-six moners appointed by the subcommittee of seven reported tho 'osults of the day's conference. Prosi- lenl John Mitchell road to tho minors ho following latter which had boon out'to him by Governor Ponnypacker: The commonwealth of Pennsylvania 'xpcotx that every reasonable.' effort vill bo made by tho parties interoKtod 0 accommodate? tho differences be- weon coal operators ami coal minors inri to avert the strike which is now hroatonod. Governor Penuyparkor addressed tho iamo communication to George F. tho operators' chairman. From tho operators' sirlo tho confer- ence with tho miners was summed by George F. Baer. "There wiu nothing but. talk, talk, talk." said Mr. naer. "They nil talked al groat length without advancing one practical point. They talked of the brotherhood of man and they talked of tho right of tho working classes, but they did not suggest a single thing upon which we :-onld conn? into agreement.." When tho subscnlo committee of so von report ed last night, to the com- mittee of thirty-six it was decided to present tho modified demands Thurs- day. Mr. Mitchell and his men will present, thorn and it. is not believed they will uumbor more than four, with 1 ho modi Meat ion of the eight-hour de- mand that, it .-Oiall bo oxtondod only to outside mon bold as l.ho last. Quicc in Philadelphia, April has prevailed throughout Ihe anthracite fields, none of the larger operators at- tempting to break tho strike. All arc nwaiJing tho result of the Now York conference boiwoon tho representatives of tho owners and tho minors. Alany of tho compnuie.s, anticipating a. long light, are getting their minos in condi- tion for a protracted period of Idlo- IIOSS. Much Modified, Seranton, Pa.. April is received in this oily today from New York that when Iho anthracite oper- ators' and miners' committees recon- vene tomorrow the latter will pnjsonl to the operators a now sot of tie- man (is greatly modi find from those which the mine owners have so de- terminedly rejected. Tho informa- tion emanates from a source that speaks from a complete knowledge ol what tho minors will do. I'itlsliiirg Ilislricl Pilt.sbiirg. Pa.. April min- ers' convention of tho Piitsbnrg dis- trict today appointed a committee t catastrophe Is un- sIlOWIl. MURDERERS MUST HANG it' If 5 I Busse and Smith Will be Execut- ed on April 20. Supt. Kelly K.-eloctetl. Cedar Knlls, April -I. --i Spec.ial) M. Kelly has been ro-oloctod su- leriutemlom of the public schools of his city for the eighth time. The o.hools are In excellent condition, hero is hearty co-operation and dur- ng Mr. Kelly's admihist ration the will continue to enjoy a name uul a fame all over the stale for up- o-dnte mot hods ami administration. Joint Pardons Committee Definite: ,ly Refuse to Interfere. NEWS FROM WASHINGTON 'eeling Among Senators on Rate Question Growing Bitter. Other Capital News. TarilV Kovision. Washington. IX C.. April husotts repiibiicfms are doing all pos- Iblo lo stir up tho tariff question. At i moot ing yesterday they docidod to anvass tho house republicans to as- certain if enough could bo found favor- iblo to revision lo call a caucus, llfly >eiug necessary. While there is much vosteru sentiment for revision, it Is indorstood that Speaker CJtiutmn Is do- ug all possible to crush out tho re- movomonl and that through his efforts the caucus will bo prevented. lie will also prevent the subject coni- ng up in the joint caucus today or tho selection of members of tho committee. Ijiing- Speaks. Washington. IX C.. April ...OUR; of Kansas spoke at length in the senate iu support of tho house railroad rate hill, and his speech was taken advantage of by a number of senators to make Inquiry concerning the recent conference at. the White house, In which the Long amendment was con- sidered, if not originated. The con- troversy was participated in by Messrs. Fornkor, Allison, Aldrich. Btiilny and llacon. Mr. Long assumed complete responsibility for tho amendment, hut boih ho and Mr. Allison declined to divulge tho piocoodings of thi; confer- ence. Keeling- is Hitler. Washington. April rail- road rate situation in the senate lifts reached the most interesting Ht.igo of tho session. Tho debute has become heated and tho fooling among; the sen- ators has grown hittr. Opponents of the legislation arc resenting; what they call White house interference since the conference of Saturday, at. which tho court review amendment, was ngiood to. Ahlrich, Foraker aiul their allies aro now omloavo'ring to mako much of tho decision in the Michigan tax case decided Monday by the supreme court. In this decision, .Judge lirowcr used language that seemed to oppose the idea that congress could delegate the legislative power. At a meeting of tho opponents of thu ponding bill it. wits docidod to have Knox inquire iulo tho exact effect of the decision in tho Michigan tax case1. Senator Dollivor takes the view Justice Brewer's decision is in no antagonistic lo Iho idea that the llmt way gov- ernment can, through Iho commission, control rates. Karl I'liilerlnincd. Washington, C'., April ident Roosevelt gave a rlinner at th White House last night in honor of tho governor general of Canada and Countess Grey and ilioir purty. Tin visitors, who. in addition lo I.Oarl and Lady CJroy, include their daughter, Lady Sibyl Grey. Lady Alexandra Yore Ueauoloiv. and Colonel Hanbury Williams, arrived from Xow York about o'clock am.! wont .direct It) the White House, whore they are it be overnight, guests. They will re- main in Iho city for several days. At tliediunr-i- nigh! hivit- oii to moot the visitors included tho British ambassador ami LadyDnrand Secretary and Mrs. Hoot, Speakei Cannon, Senator Lodge, Representa- tive and .Mrs. Longworlh, Aftormn general .Moody, Secretary find Mrs Bonaparte, Hear Admiral and Mrs Cowlos. Miss Kdith Root, Miss Tnclicnnaii and Clifford Pinchot. nig P.ullor County Wedding. Purkoi'sbiirg. April -I I --At o'clock this afternoon occurs tho marriage of Miss Kale. Waldanm audlOriiest Linn al the homo of flu n Ctrl of Parkersbnrg. Two hundred invi- tations were issued and it is expected that ihis would be one of the largos! weddings ever hold in the county. BURNED TO DEATH Associated I Xow Vork, .V. Y.. April before Iho close of (lie slock marlcol today, call money'was loaned ut IS per cont. Probable Murder of a. Woman by i Her Husband at Grand Rapids. [By Associated Press.] Grand Rapids, Mich., April Mrs. Martin V'anlhrof was burned to death early today. Her husband is In jail pending a coroner's Investigation A son, aroused hy liif mother's cry, rushed down stairs to (Ind her body on I he'floor sitrroundet' by (lames' anil his father running around room apparently dement, ed. 'orest Reserves Bill Passes. An Appropriation for Jamestown. Dos Moinos, April ie joint pardons commiltce of both louses of the legislature has declined o interfere in die hanging of UUSSo ind Smith who are to ho executed nC AnamoKa and Fort Madison, ively, April 20. The house showed disapproval of? expensive capitol decorations this morning by ruthlessly killing the bill ippropriailng for additional paintings. The Bixby forest reserve bill, which passed tho house, also passed iho senate; today, if. practically ex- empts from taxation tracts sot nsido ;is forest reserves. The appropriations committees oC both houses have agreed on a OiK) appropriation for Ihe .Jamestown WILL DRAIN GOOSE POND Board of Supervisors Take Steps to Give Relief. members of the board of 'su- pervisors will take up tlK> matter op draining House pond. In Lester town- ship today. OUiIms have been (lied fop damages as follows-. M I'M. Mai-Karot Hnm..........J1.200 Ham. Jr................... Honry Knes.sel................ 200 Tho various .stops necessary to taltis advantage of tin? drainage law arts the following: HiifiMnoer makes report. Claims for (InniiiRo fllod. Appraisers appointed. 1'artiON may appeal from apprais- ers' UKUI-OS If they think they aro not getting justice1. Board must locate dlloh. UiiRlueer and two uornpetont por- SOUK make survey. Bids for construction ofl ditch. t'nst n.sHOHsod'to those who aro olit.'d. Otliors Ditolios. A pel il Ion 'for the draining of :i small lake no.-ir tllltierlvllle has boon, filed with UH> county auditor, and ;L simlliir roriuest. will be mndo Cor tho (IralnaKi? of Goose pond in Union township. Hoslsl Piiyinont of Danuigos. Tho board oC supervisors today- looked up something of the history o'C tlio lill
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