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   Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 4, 1906, Waterloo, Iowa                             LARGEST BON A FIDE CIKCUJjATlON OP ANY PAPER IN WATERLOO. 'f Chicago, Fair, oxc-ppt local thdnderstbrms lonlghl, or in tho north and central tonight, SIXTEENTH YEAR. WATERLOO, IOWA, MOISTDAY EVENING, JTIISTE '1906. THE CONDITIONS ARE REVOLTING Decency Requires a Change in Meat InsDection Laws. President Roosevelt Sends Strong Message to Congress. Senator Gorman is Dead. Capital News. Other Washington, O., .In no president sent "u special message to congress today transmitting tins report oi Liu: experts sent to examine conditions at. (he Chicago stock yards. Tho president nays, "I transmit here- with iiie repori. of Mr. James nnmson Reynolds and Commissioner Charles i'. Neill, special committee! whom I appointed to investigate into the con- in the stockyards of Chicago and report thereon to me. Tills report; is of a -preliminary nature. submit ii to you now because it. shows urgent ne.od of immediate action by COURTCSS in the direction of providing drastic: and iborough going inspection by ilie. federal government, oi' all stock yards anil packing houses anil of iheir pro- ducts so far as iho latter enter into in- terstate or foreign commerce. Condi- tions sliown by even this short in- vestigation to exist in (he Chicago stock yards arr- revolting'. It i.s im- 'iif-rativcly'necessary. J7i Iho of diK-Riicy, thai, they should, he.radic- ally cliangod. Under exisfiny law it is wholly impossible to secure satisfac- tory results." The iivo.sidcMii. iuimcdiaioly the of the so called ncvcridgo amendiunnt. to the agricultural hill. Thy committee report says that two and one-halt''weeks were spent; in the investigation in Chicago. Absence of. cleanliness was found everywhere in handling material .being pro- pared for .various meat food products. The report ways the radical defect in the inspection system is that it is confined at present by to passing, on the healthfulness of animals at the time of lij-llins, hut Unit tho moat that is used in sansatje, and various forms' of canned products and other prepared nioat foods, goes Ihroufjn raany pro- cesses, in all of which (liern is a pos- KihilUy of contamination, through in- .sanitary handling and further danger through the use. of chomicals. Tho re- port' ai'raigns Uio sanitary proviaioiin in buildings as a'uommablo and says liiat ineii and womnn plunge their nn- wasliod hands into meat, to he convert- ed info food products. says (hat the burden of protecting vhe cleanliness and wholosomencss of pro- duels and health and improv- ing conditions must fall upon the na- tional government, Kevohil ionists Defeiitcil. IX C., .Inno (lUiirennilau ministor ho.n: today re- ceived a from iUinisler ol" AlTairw Barrios, slating that Iho (evolutionary, movement across iho San Salvador boniuiary nad met: wiih niter defeat. The troojis tho revolutionary parly at Asuncion Mila and defeated them coru- plelely. IX 0., .June lor Arthur I1. Gorman of .Mai-ylund, iliod today. The reoson the hilln run up so end came suddenly as he had been im- proving lately. Heart, trouble Was the cause, of death. Arthur Gorman, an Amor Jean public man, conspicuous in connection with the tariff legislation of 1S1M. was horn in Howard county, Maryland, March and educated in the public schools of his native county. In INfiB ho was appointed page in tho senate of the States, and cou- tinm-d in the of UK; senate un- til l.Siii'1, when hr: was postmaster, lie was subsequently collector of internal revenue for the district, .of Mary- land member of the'houso of lieleyiilos of I lie Maryland legislature. a dejnoorai speaker of thVt I'oiiHe and Maryland state sen- ator He was elected to (no United States suuale in January, 1SSO, as a dt'tu'oci-al, to succeed XVillTani rinkncy Whyio. He took his seat in this capaciry March and was re-olecled in and :ind RFPURI- ir AN   nation. The enemies >f representative government si re'the same in Wisconsin and Iowa, reim- and New Jersey, Missouri mil Hhode Island, and here, n't Iho lational capital. Tiic railroads ar f the t'nlmw them today. They arc- (he same old bell wethers, nit (In- voters, the more elderly ones who have followed them so long, mve not, yet noleil iiiiii iheir hells 10 longer ring true. And these old wethci-s were in evi- Iciu-e at Cedar Falls last Saturday -ing the unwary into support of (h  interests and desirous of- seeing tin Square established as helweci all classes. The. opposition to (In governor comes almost, entirely fron (he Burlington, the Itock Island, lh< .Milwaukee- nnd roads, whose managers, many o are seeking political honors aiid using these corporations to ad vnnce their personal fortunes as wcl as (o interfere in the making and (hi administration of (he, laws. Hailwa men should keep these, points ii mind. Topekii, .In no I o Joseph linrlon, after n coaferonci here today with several close friends placed his resignation in the hand ot Governor IIocli. i interests, and working mdor (hi1! direction of ]iaid corpora- ion agents 'and federal ofliee hold -rs. The more active of these agents were: ItnUIMlIjKK, claim agent oi (he railroad and lieuteh- iinl of I5htlic. FH.VXIC WITT, deputy revenue cot- lector. ,1OIIX PHII.POT, deputy I'nitei Stales mni'sbal. These men were busy upon (In streets and about the polls during (he lime of (he voting, 'directing and advising and personally bringing th voters to (he boot lit. Assisting (hem upon (he streets tallc was (Jeorge (ialhirno, was sent (o Cedar Falls by I he Hlyl he- Perk ins malingers at Miiihos t( work among his acipiainlances in be- half of the I'erkins candidacy. Hi will he found working in ICasI Wa- terloo township this week, seeking t  lin should lie .sent to the county cfiii- but as. had been (he privilege oi' naming dele- :ate ticket, nnd as Ilils" ticket bore nly the mimes of standpatters, a vote on Ul not be cast for him omit ing in Ihe interest of the Perk- is candidacy- Thus (hose rotors vlio favored (Jovernor Cummins, yet ere led Into thinking Dial the Inter- sts of the Normal school were a! take and demanded support of Jar- wcre forced to be counted inong the supporters of Perkins, faiul the names of Cummins and eric ins been upon tho ballot and the olcrs been 'ftIV'en' an opportunity, to (heir preference as between hem there is little doubt, that rnor Cummins would have received heavier and perhaps a majority ote. 'flit-, ticket was arranged by he .standpat crowd, which controlled he party mai-blnery absolutely. NOT siNOTiic iMsoottRSfliVH nKiHm- ICAiV'WAK A .'JUnGI'l OH 'I.IOIUC They ad no vdleeJn delerminiim' cmestions vhicli arose at the poil.s. .All eluil- were passed upon by slniid- mttc'i'H. 11 was for this and (he roa- 011 that so afmormally liirft'u ii vote vas cast (hat the seHtinp; of the ,Tnr- aft'in' de'len'ales in the county conven- fon will he conlested. In all of this (here is a warning to he of Mast Waterloo township, 'he word has out. that Itlack Tnwk county must, be carried for 'erkiiis. 'The same crowd that eon? liicted (lie standpal; campaign in Ce- lar will parlieipati? lu the con- est now held in Kast AValer- oo. They will be assisted by other yenls of Ittyt'he.  not lo be driven, or bought or nislc'd. They will vote as (hey he- ieve, and in (his lies tin- if the jirogressive republicans Mini, Kriday night's caucus in Kasl Waterloo will dclinid-ly and conclu- sively defi-rmine that Hawk Bounty's vole in (he state convention will cast; for the man who is up- lolding the banni-r of progress and If yon are a republican with Ihe right (o cast, a vote (urn out :md do your duty that" corporation ilomination may forever be diseredit- i-d in Iowa and (he Oeal bo for all. C. A. Rqwnd Defeated By L. Pfelffer For Supervisor. Piumtner Defeats Knapp County Recorder. .larnagln........ JARNAGIN WINS OVERSANTil .__.'" Choisen Candidate of ttedar Falll For Representative. Han ICQ Majority li'or L. .1. Pfelfior C. A. Howiul Siipci'visor. ,.397 ,.231 .531 ..977 Majority For Counly Uecorder. Plmmner.......... Knnpp ......................213 Morgan ......___..-..' 138 f !odI'roy ___us Aionlngiin 34 Cedar Falls, Juno {9tJe.cla.Or-. Tho foregoing epitomizes the results at, tho republican primaries held hero- last Saturday .afternoon, Thu. success' of .1. W. Januigln, tor of. the Dally'Uecord, as the eaiuHrJ date this for ropreaoritii- Llve, hiciiiiH thn success also oC the Perkins list of. delegates to the convention. '.i The conical: was u hard-fought one, and tho personality ..of Mr. Jurnagin- was Hu'goly offocl Ive in bringing about t'lio they wove. There, were a great many compllca-' (.ions', also, hi the HltuaUon which itated against tho success oC tho'Ciim- mins delogatiiS, although Rowiid, a' standpat candidate for. supervisor, was deffiatcd by I'foHter, a Ciitumlns man. This may also he said to be truo oE Hummer. Mr. Knapp, excellent showing, took no. part hi tha partisan pliiisc of thtt 1tiolitlcul..sftua- lion, did no work at all., tie AS TO MCHTY. Tlie Courier has nil rcnsonnhle re- ;pec( for Mr. George K. Kichty as a man and a but il doesn't re- gard his judgment in political mai- lers as nt all infallible. It knows that Mr. Uchly bn.s the snme human us oilier men, (ha! he is ride to (he same inllnences as (lie most of li.s, and (bat he fs just us jiiililc ti> iro nlv half In' mak- ing1 boodle cliai-ges agninst the pro- press ive repuhliraiis of Water- loo (ownship, as lo him by u. local newspaper, he', .spoke without any adequate proof (o support them. The money spent by the progressive republicans of Waterloo township in conducting their campaign for (itiv- ernor <.'utnmins ami (he reform cause was contributed by themselves and it- all went for legitimate purposes. Mr. l.iVhiy cannot show olherwl.se. isn't il a little hit strange that: Mr. Iiichly .should profess to know so much about what. the. progressive re- publicans are doing ami he so blind (o (lie reprehensible and notorious acts of certain of his associates in tin stiindpal. movement? Mr. Lichly keep an eye oil them. most surprised nmii In the. thb result. The only personal; repre- sen tail vo h o luwl -.bp'yi r'JL'b; lifeline bills nttd .he was found later with Morgan ticketa, tn...qjie JiaiifJ and Knapp Uc.UetH in the. other, .--'ijbei lad wns (llploiiuillo ;aud an' extra penny. ..Whbu J pallet! count later, by tvTr. Knapp, the lacl huiglinil, Baying they all looked aHka to him. 's "I Knnpp (lilt of l.hfV Jftiice, Tho defeat pi! Mr. tit the umry here means that ho is tio Ibngeri Tin active eandhlato far the office anil' opens the way for the announcement of the eahdhiney of his deputy, C. O, 'of. Waterloo township. iiownd a Supervisor, The defeat, of C. A. Rownd for re-i notninivtion to the oHlce of county su- pervisor was a. big surprise. It was oxpne.led that he would develop strength enough, to malco da'cy of Mr. Preiffer appear like a .joke. t the joko proved to be on Mr. Uownd, who did HlH.o work among tho voters. Mr. PfeltTer got, biiay and1 made, a careful' and persistent canvass throughout the township -'Mr. Rownd has been on the board for years and. it will sern. strange to Bee him In pri- vate life again. i Other Caucuses for Cummins. In Hudson Saturday night the' can-1 o.us resulted hi a victory for Cummlna in Black Hawk township, and the fivei delegates lo tho county convention! will be Cummins men. In Ml.'.Vernon township the republi- cans chose four delegates favorable to Governor Cummins. imOTIIKKK And One Shools the Other, Perhaps Fjilally. [TCveiiing Press.] Burlington, fa., June (Sepinl) no and Neil Kobinson, brothers, ongrtgod in a quarrol over a jug of wSno Sunday evening and the. former shot. Iho latter in tho stomach. He may not, recoVer. The assailant, is in jnll awaiting Inn outcome, of his brother's injuries. Niagara Hill Passed. ;i (By AsKnclated Press.) AVnshlngton, .lime houae today passed the bill for control and regulation of the Niagara river and pri'.'H.'rvnlliui of 'Nliifjara Falls. Klglii lluttvr Market.' IClgin. III., .Tune Offlchil steady at Ifl 1.-2 cents. Deposit your In Savings Bank. The Waterloo Savings only Savings Dank on west side. Nino out .of leu persons chow only with the left nide of the mouth. FIRE INSURANCE A. SSE. TS 175 MILLlOJf Home, of New York. Aetna. of Hartfonl. Insurance Co. of N. Auier. Gernmn-American. Firemen's I'utul. Phoenix, ofT.ondon. Phoenix, of Iiartfoni. Phenix; of Brooklyn. Globe. Ivondon Assurance. National, of Hartfonl. Pennsylvania. New York. Royal. Springfietil. British America. I'ranklin. Aachen Munich. Iowa Manufacturers. HENDERSON   

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