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   Waterloo Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 18, 1905, Waterloo, Iowa                                WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER' TENTH YEAR. WATERLOO, IOWA, MAY 18, 1905 :00 O'CLOCK EDITION. iVvimSER 2523 SHEA BLOCKS PEACE MOVE FOUND FOUR WOLF CUBS. Lincoln Township Man Brought in Trophies for Bounty. Roy Faulkner, of Lincoln township, today brought to the office of County Auditor J. J. Rainbow four cub wolves j and asked the legal bounty of each. .WOULD NOT SANCTION ARBJTRA-1 Roy captured them on thq farm of his TION PROPOSED. DENIED AN AGREEMENT ACTION THREW COLD WATER ON NEGOTIATIONS. i father, James Faulkner, three miles south of Hudson. He bad noticed two old wolves in the vicinity for some lime and yesterday afternoon searched the portion of the farm where they were most, frequently seen and discov- ered the lair. After digging a short time he came to the cubs which were about a month old and becoming lively. He captured the four and brought them to the court house alive. The boy shot at one of the old animals twice, but at long distance. Team Owners and Union Had Appint- ed Representatives on Arbitra- tion Committee. Chicago, May Shea, of the teamsters union, today threw cold water on the peace movement. He de- CONTRACT LET FOR COURT HOUSE BENTON COUNTY BUILDING TO KALAMAZOO BUILDERS.. LOWEST BID WAS 530 FIVE BIDS WERE MADE BY FIRMS IN IOWA. t His body was caught a turn in the i chute. I The coroner was called from New- ton, but he held no inquest, the cause I of death being so evident. i GREAT PARADE OF G. A. R. _ _ Over Were in Line Election of Officers. I CARL M. SPENCER, TRUSTED EM- PLOYE OF DES MOINES BANK7 INDICTED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT SUDDEN DEATH AT OELWEIN. Oelwein City Clerk's Shortage is Grow- Women Give Novel Social. THE MAN FROM UP THERE. Shell Rock Resident Tells of Thrift of Setting Hen. J. M. Mullan, a prominent real estate i :nan of Shell Rock, is in the city to-1 vinion, May The of the Iowa department, G. A. R., was by better weather conditions than the opening day. Additional del- egations arrived, raising the attend- ance to The features were the afternoon parade and election of offi- cers. The parade was the best in I years. Twenty-five hundred old sol- i j diers were in line. The parade was re- 1 viewed by Department Commander R. j J. H. Moore, of Waterloo, Mourns De- mise of Aged Mother. J. II. r.Ioore, of this c-i'.y, has receiv- ed a message telling him of the death of his mother, Mrs. W. H. Moore, which occurred Tuesday at her home j in Oelwein. The lady was apparently I in her usual health the preceding day I and performed her customary house- hold duties. Tuesday morning she complained of feeling sick, and ex- pired a short time later. She was 65 years of age. Funeral services were conducted today at 8 o'clock and the remains were taken to Quasqueton for burial. She is survived by a husband and the following children: Mrs. H. C. i Cooper, Oelwein; Mrs. W. W, Moore, Phoenix, Arizona; Mrs. J. A. Moore, Des Moines, May M. Spen-1 Quasqueton; Rev. C. H. Moore, Shell DOWNFALL DUE TO LOVE Took the Money to Give JHis Invalid Son Medical Treatment Could Not Afford. He day on business. Mr. Mullan, in an- swer to the reporter's question if there board of supervisors of Benton county was anything "new" in his town, i Wednesday let the contract for Benton nied positively he had sanctioned arbi- scratched his head and told the follow- j county's new court house to ing story: John Caley, a prominent j Geo. Rickman's Sons Co., of Kalama- I ZZOO> Mich'San. their bid of being the lowest. The foundation will iration with the team owners associa- tion of the question whether teamsters should deliver goods to boycotted houses. Team owners and the teams- ters union had appointed their repre- sentatives on the sfrbitration commit- tee prior to this declaration by Shea. Strike conditions of the public Bcheols took on new color today when one hundred and fifty parents of Went- worth school district formed a pro- cession and marched their "strike fe- ver sons and daughters" back to school. word has never been questioned for its truthfulness, set a hen over a dozen eggs a few weeks ago and there were thirteen chicks hatched. Mr. Caley states positively that there were but ANXiOUS ABOUT ADMIRAL. Rojestvensky Has Not Asked to Be Re- Condition Causes Worry St. Petersburg, May report circulated yesterday that owing to a nervous breakdown, Vice Admiral Ro- jestvensky had applied to be relieved from duty is officially denied. How- ever, the condition of the admiral stil! continues to be a source of anxiety. Saw Russian Fleet May 16. Singapore, May Russian fleet was about one hundred and twen- ty miles northeast of Gape Yarella, coast Annani, during the morning of the 16th, according to reports brought here by riie British steamship Hong .Wan. Germany Satisfies Japan. Tokia, May foreign office loday announced the receipt of a com- munication from the German govern- ment announcing as utterly unfounded reports of occupying Haichou. be put in this fall and the building completed the fall of 1906. There were four or five bids from T. St. John, Governor A. B. Cummins, cer. a former trusted employe of the General Robert Mann Woods of the I Des Moines National bank, was indict- department of Illinois. Congressman j ed today On a charge embezzlement Joha F. Lac-ey and the officers of the j antl alleged fraudulent entries. The Iowa department amount of the alleged shortage is An interesting feature of the parade j about Snencer says for many a living bank of five hundred j years annually he has been taking his school children, which greeted the sol- 1 invajjd son iOr medical treatment. dier with patriotic songs as the pro- 1 He was to meet the esD'nse cession passed. Characteristic camp- i incurred and to save the boy's lire he fires of veterans were also in session took monev from his employer. during the day. The electior- of officers of the Grand Army followed the parade and resulted as follows: Commander, S. H. Harper of Ottumwa; vice commander, J. F. jMcNeill of Oskaloosa; junior vice Rock; P. A. Moore, Swea City; J. H. Moore. Waterloo, and E. W. Moore, Oelwein- For a of years she had been a faithful PRINCIPAL IN LYE THROWING CASE HERE ON WAY TO PRISON. WAS MARRIED IN JAIL WiFE CAME TO SEE HIM BUT ONCE SINCE CONVICTION. Sixty Days Allowed to Perfect Appeal Bond Have Elapsed and All Efforts Failed. twelve eggs in the nest, and not a si.n- Iowa firmg one Rapids COQCern gle egg was added after they were lt, in a Md- Alkinson, orWebster entrusted to the setter. Mr. Caley re- j City> WM next lowest bidder_ ports he knows of several instances There -s a variation of intne of such thrift on tne part of a setting I hen but his neighbors not having been j so fortunate to learn ot such instances IUs not t will be tlons be are for the first tune questioning Cal- short the conlractors are ey's truth and veracity. PROSPECT OF NAVAL BATTLE. Rojestvensky's Departure Renews Pop- ular Expectation. Tokio, May reported depar- ture of Rojestvensky from Honkoe Bay northward renews popular expectation of a naval engagement in the near fu- ture. RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE. At a regular meeting of West Water- 'loo Camp No. 2059, Modern Woodmen of America, held May llth, 1905, the following resolutions were unanimous- ly adopted: "Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God to remove from our midst our es- teemed neighbor, Winfield S. Michael; and, "Whereas, This Camp deeply la- ments the loss of one who was ever ready to lend his aid and sympathy to those in distress and in need, botn within and without this fraternity, and who was a kind friend, a good neigh- bor and a worthy citizen; and, "Whereas, This Camp desires to ex- press publicly its high regard for our deceased .neighbor and its sympathy with his afHicted family, therefore; be it, "Resolved, That the heartfelt sym- pathy of the Camp be extended to the family of our deceased neighbor; that a copy of this resolution be entered on the records of this Camp and that a copy thereof be published in each of the daily papers of this city." M. J. POJIMBR, E. B. ROGERS, CARLETON SIAS, Committee. at work on the building. The court house is to be of sand- stone and will be a beautiful and im- posing structure. The heating, which was not included in the bids, will cost or more. Grounded Liner Floated. New York, May steamship Caronia was floated at this morn- ing. It was announced at the office of the Cunard Steamship company, Caronia was not damaged and would resume her voyage at this afternoon. Norway Wants Own Consuls. Christiana, May lower house of the Norwegian parliament today unanimously adopted a bill providing for the establishment of a separate Norwegian consular service. Presbyterian General Assembly. Winona Lake, Ind., May general assembly of the Presbyterian church opened here today with a very large attendance. Rev. Addyon Hen- ry, retiring moderator, preached the opening sermon. Parry Re-elected. Atlanta, Ga., May national association of manufacturers today re- elected David M. Parry president and directed the association shall be incor- porated under the laws of New York state. Wheat Prices Pushed Up. Court Adjourned Today. Court was adjourned this forenoon to o'clock tomorrow morning. There were only a few matters OELWEIN SHORTAGE GROWING. The Amount for Which Former City Clerk Short is Increasing. Oelwein, May information in regard to the whereabouts of former City Clerk Whipps has been received by the public, and it is presumed that he is not in Uncle Sam's domain at this writing. The amount of his ap- parent defalcation has increased, ow- ing to a number of citizens showing receipts given by him in his official capacity, and the end is not yet The receipts have not been made a matter of record, and of course the money was not turned over to the city treasury- Just how much the shortage will amount to will not be known for some time. Some of the city officials are inclined to think that it will ap- proach the mark. CIGARETS KILLED HIM. James Grant Found Dead in His Bed at Conrad. Conrad, May citizens of Conrad and. vicinity were shocked to learn that James Grant, a hog cholera doctor of this place, had been found dead in his room at M. H. Stelsmith's brought to the attention of Judge Platt house on Dwight street. The doctor today and entries were made on the jliad getting his meals at George docket in the following: Frederick's restaurant. Failing to ap- E. J. Waddey vs. B. W. Hugel and j I-'ear either for breakfast or dinner Mr. Illinois Central Ry. Co., garnishee. j Frederick" thought something was This was an attachment proceeding j wrong and.decided to go over to his and judgment was rendered for S2S6. room. He was the first one to find Another case brought by E. J. Wad- the body. It is supposed the cause of CLASS RECEPTION LAST NIGHT. Juniors Entertain West High Seniors and Faculty. A delightful reception was given WEST WATERLOO CAPITALISTS INCOP.POhATED FOR DEVEL- OPMENT PURPOSES last evening at the home of Miss Mav- j CAPITAL OF CHALMER GILLILAND IS DEAD. Jefferson Boy in United States Service Expires at Manila, P. Jefferson, May and Mrs. A. S. Gilliland of this city have just been notified of the death of their son, Chal- Jerome V. Brown, who was convict- ed two months ago of complicity in the Butler county lye throwing pass- ed through Waterloo la company ivirii Sheriff A. W. Johnson of that county, on his waj" to the pen- i itentiary at Anamosa. At the time I of his conviction on March Brown i was given sixty days time in which to appeal bond, and it was on [his faiijre to secure this bond that he wzvs yesterday to serve the fonr year's iaaience imposed on him by Judge C- P. Smith. Last Chapter of Costly Case. closed the last chapter of a case ihat has cost Butier county prob- j ably more than any other criminal ac- 1 tion. The case is one with which the public is familiar. Jerome V. Brown j and Hugh Wheeler were arrested last attractive, the parlor being draped Articles of incorporation were file J July 'he lauer charged with having with festoons of yellow, blue and! today by the Investors Land Co. thrown lye in the face of Mrs. Ram- white, the senior class colors, and in j headquarters at Waterloo It is Se5" near Clarksville and the former the library and dining room were seen capitalized at and is made up i ou a cnarge of having planned the crime and secured Wheeler to commit orette Hallowell on West Fourth street I commander, J. E. Classen of Marshall- town; medical director, S. M. King of Albia; chaplain, John Potter of New- ton; council of administration, George j by the junior class of the west side j A. Lincoln of Cedar Rapids; R. J. j high school to the members of the i Young of Oelwein; S- L. Moore of j graduating class, and Mrs. Huk-1 Dividend of six Per Cent Guaranteed: Boone; J. G. Hutchinson of Ottumwa; V. P. Twombly of Des Moines. ill and the teachers of the high school. Enjoyable arrangements had been planned for the fifty guests, which made the event an unusually success- ful one. The decorations were very on Preferred and festoons of crimson and old gold, the of prominent west side capitalists and i mer Gilliland, who died at Philippine islands. April 5- They are) n junior CQl aboul lhe rooffls Manila, were red llQV much ,t the long delay in and censure the partment The body was in- terred at Manila the day after the young man died. A sister, Mrs. W. W. Barclay, resides at Tuguegaro, P. I. It is probable that the parents will re- quest the body be brought home for burial. Chalmer Gilliland was born in Jeffer- son, October 12, 1872, and went to the Philippines early in 189S, being.with men. _ incorporation is sta- An interesting musical guessing ted to be buying, holding, cultivating, game offered much amusement and the developing, leasing, encumbring and prize was won by Miss Elsie French, j selling real estate and erecting build- the first company, first .regiment fiav to set foot on Philippine, soil- He has been in the quartermaster's depart- ment for several years. Partners for the course supper were ings thereon, and conducting a general secured by matching the fancy paper real estate business. Also to lend hats, which were created by the j money, to buy and sell notes and deal guests. The following young girls ser-! in property of all kinds, ved: Helen Sedgwick, Margaret! The company incorporates for a Bragdon, Miriam Davison and Flor- j period of 20 years. The capital of ence Cottrell. is divided into SOO shares of j 5100 each and shares of S10 each. The ladies of the Congregational j It is provided that each share of eith- church enjoyed, a thimble bee yester- j er kind has the right to one vote. Af- at home of 31rs. ter the first THE NEW TELEPHONE DEAL. B. F. Swisher en .Wellington street j scribed and paid the corporation may begin business. Stockholders are given exclusive j right to subscribe for the additional Price Paid for Property and Cost of j issue when made for a period of 10 i days after the issue, in proportion to Improvements was Confused. j ihe of FWIUUJ METHODIST EXAMINERS MEET. Thirteen Students Take Examination for License to Preach. statement made yesterday that j highest, amount of indebtedness per- Messrs. Averill and Lichty had mined is not to exceed 73 of the paid Ottumwa, May Iowa con- j for the L7 s Telephone prop- i up capital stock and the company is ference board of examiners of the Methodist Episcopal church opened j erty came through a misunderstand- j authorized to borrow money to con- j ing. Mr. Lichty could not be seen in duct, the business. three days' session here yesterday j Ume gel the particulars, I Out of the net earnings of the com- but he states today that the price paid j a dividend of 6% will be paid for the property was the actual cost i first tne preferred stock. It shall j About forty witnesses were called before the grand jury at last Decem- i ber term of court in Butler county: j where an indictment was found against i both men. Wheeler was tried at that j term of court and was sentenced to i five years imprisonment The Brown j case did not come up until the next term of cotirt, when he was found j guilty and sentenced to four years im- I prisonraent." Appeal bond was fixed i at and sixty days time allowed by-Judge Smith for the convicted .man to secure it. Brown has a brother to' i'S I relief, but he seenied at tie "last un- j able or unwilling to do so. Brown Married in Jail. I While in the jail at Allison Brown was married to a Miss Fleek, who lives near Greene." This was after Ms in- dietment, but before his conviction of i guili in the case, and for some time after their marriage his wife called frequently at the jail. Since his con- viction, however, she has called only once. students for the ministry. Aside from examinations lectures to tie students will be delivered from time to time. Dr. A. B. Storms, president of Iowa j to the bondholders, and that j be cumulative and paid before any div- FELL FROM SCAFFOLD. college of Ames; delivered an excellent j was what would be put into improve-1 "tend on common stock. All earnings Cyrus Young Had His Back Severely T_ ;_ ;_ TII.__i a_____I T rli vif o- tTi A Wrenched Yesterday Afternoon. ments. Mr. _- is in Florida at j above thjs is divided among the hold-: presenr, where he is interested in a i ers of common stock. lecture last night on "Browning's i jarge Umber land deaL As sooa Christianity." All the meetings are I' he returns matters will be pui in shape being held in the lecture room of the j lo aiead wkh tne improvemeilts. First Methodist church. _AIr Liciuy cavs he realizes -j Provision, is made for an annual meeting on the third Monday of May of each year and a board of directors of not less than 3 nor more than g Q bers of the board who are present con- thing actuanv done dey was that against Walter Bussler j Grant's death is due to the use of on account. Judgment was given him for The case of Clifton Weber vs. H. E. Weitnauer. on promissory note, was heard and a judgment given plaintiffs for and attorney fee, with S% interest until paid. AMUSEMENTS. The Frank E. Long Stock Co. pre- sented "Across the Desert" to a good house and the play gave the very best satisfaction. Tonight the company will present "A Flag of a four act comedy drama. Specialties cigarets. No arrangements have" yet j been made for burial, owing to trying to find his relatives, who are in New- York state. WOMEN HAVE NOVEL SOCIAL. Waverly Women's Club Entertain at Dutch Programme. Waverly, May very unique social event occurred in this city ducting the examinations: H. A. Inghani, Keosauqua; W. H. E. J. Smith, Fort Madison; Thomas Osborn, Fairfield; H. B. Scoles, Winfield; C- N. Pace, convilice lhe Cyrus Young, a carpenter about for- ty-five years of age. fell from a scaf- folding yesterday and sustained a ,______________________________ sprained back. It was about o o'clock Following are of the mem-1 pul3iic has to be shown, and that some- directors are W. in the afternoon when the scaffold gave way and Mr. Young was precip- itated to the ground. He struck on his .back and was injured as stated above. His injuries will keep him from work for about a week. Mr. Young was employed on the Gould house on Aakeny street, when the ac- cident occurred. i people quicker than volumes of talk just now. GUARDIAN'S PUBLIC SALE. Lone Tree; A. S. Loveall, Knoxville; J. W. Potter, Muscatine; J. E. Newton, Brooklyn, and H. F. Gilbert, Cantrii. Residence Property on Broadway Sold to Satisfy Estate. 3. D. Easton, W. C. Logan, J. R. Anders and Moses Frank. Officers until th first meeting are: E. Johnson. Vice D. Easton. Sec. and C. Logan. MANAGER FOR BRADSTREETS The students who are taking the ex- j guardian's sale of real estate to animations aie E. A. Bentzinger, Oak- j satisfy the H. Wismer estate was held j ville; A. L. Jordan. Sperry; L. B. Jones, Exliae; F. C. Edwards. Beacon: J. Moniunah, Drakeville; F. E. Morri- son, Sweetland; A. T. James, Lynn- at the court house at o'clock this j Harry Rinker Assigned to Office to be Opened in Waterloo. Burlington Hawkeye: Harry Rink- afternoon, at which F. J. Eighmey er_ who llas been connected with the purchased a residence property ou Bradst reefs office here since Febru- has some good additions, but there is nothing offering- such sub- stantial returns as the lots in Ijitch- field audition which will be put on sale Monday morning. May 22a. See Tuesday night. The Women's club, iviile; T- Rowe, Blakesburg; G. E. cne of the leading literary and semi- j Chillicothe; P. M. Conaut, j social organizations of the city, enter- Webster; H. E. Butler, Floris; J. F. Broadway across the street east of :Sry 1. 1S9S. will leave next Sunc'ay for Sauirda-v's issue for Details. H. the L. S. Cass residence for i Waterloo, Iowa, to take charge "of a Grout' 2 tained two sister societies, the Art Circle and the P. E. 0. society. These two organiEations were given to under- stand by their invitations that the oc- between the acts by Mack and Armour, I casion was to be a swell affair. Thev J. J. O'Brien and Mock Sad Alii. Sat- urday matinee at "A Japanese Recruit." Seven Sentence Sermon. The most valuable result of educa- tion is the ability to make yourself do the thing you ought to do, whether Chicago, May the board of j you like to do it or trade today wheat for July delivery ____ closed exactly three cents a bushel above yesterday's closing quotations. An urgent general demand due to multiplicity of crop damage reports ;was the cause for the advance. Receiver Finds Funds Missing. Boston, May Colt for Haight Freeze Co., stock brokers, today filed a bill of complaint in court in which he charged of the .concern's funds are missing. Officer Killed on Parade. El Reno, Texas, May O. Chapman, stationed at Fort Reno, was shot in the back today while as- sisting in maneuvers of the company, and was instantly killed. Foul play is suspected. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Illingworlh went to Mt. Vernon, Iowa, today for a lew days visit with friends. came arrayed in their best apparel. The members of the Women's club re- them dressed in typical Dutch costumes, wooden shoes, short skirts, Robertson, Washington; G. Mystic. This sale was made under order of j new office to be opened there by the court. The guardian delegated his Bradstreet company. Mr. Rinker had Blagg, authority to L. E. Park, who acted as been chief clerk of the Burlington of- auctioneer. Settlement of the estate nee since September 6. 1902. at which was in the hands of Reed time his brother, A. A. Rinker, was ap- who filed an application for leave to pointed superintendent of the Grand :sell property. This is a nine room Rapids. Mich., office. Jos. C. Huppert E. S. Austin of Chicago Buys W. C. j residence which has been occupied for i who has been general clerk in the" lo- Hunter Stock of Dry Goods. The auction sale of the W. C. Hun- BIG AUCTION CLOSED. I. A. Utter has returned from Ma- son City and other points. some time by A. L Wooclring as tenant, cal office for the past two years, will It rents for per month and is undoubtedly succeed Mr. Rinker. valued at from to There Harry Rir-ker is well and favorablv bright bodices, the familiar Dutch !ter stock oi dry came to a sud-j were a jn attendance at the known among a host of friends in the apron, and all else that goes to make den yesterday afternoon i but only uvo bidderSi p. j. orchard city, who will feel pleased It is no sin to be tempted, but to be j For life is the mirror of the king and slave, 'Tis just what we are and do, So give to the world the best you have, And the best will come back to you. Christianity wants nothing so much in the world as sunny people; and the old are hungrier for love than for bread; and the oil of joy is very cheap; and, if you can help the poor on with a garment of praise, it. will be better for them than Drum- True worth is in being, not seeing; In doing, each clay that, goes by, Some little in the dream- ing Of great things to do by and by. 1 Alice Carey. the attire of the characteristic Dutch matron. To entertain their guests they sang Dutch songs, recited Dutch verse, ?nd in tableaux presented scenes familiar in Demchlancl. To refresh their guests they gave them coffee, pretzels, etc. by E. S. Austin, of Chicago, buying j mey and M 'R Kennedy, both of Wai- the entire stock of goods. Mr. Austin The fim bid was G00 and. has looked over the stock of goods, rose from fnat by bids and estimating its value, he returned amomu for wnioh j{ was sold. to Ciiicago, and negotiated the sale j lhc with Mr. Hunter. The message an- j Jogeph Mnrray and wilbur Murray nouncmg the transfer was received i of were in the on while the auction was m progress. The j jncJS3 Ulis fomloon. The former set. change was announced to me people jn Blaokhawk ooumy during the gathered in the building, and the sale fifjies alxd was proTOipeut in the early was stopped at once. Mr. Austin ar- j hjstory of lhc connty. This is the rived in the city last night, and nas a first tinle ho has becn in Waterloo for I force of clerks in the store today mark- years and was at the numer- Reasnor, May 11-year-old the goods at his figures. The store Ous changes. lad, Frank Carnahan, son of Andrew (will be. opened again Saturday, and i Carnahan, was smothered to death yes-1 the sale will continue as before. Mr. j SMALL BOY SMOTHERED. Drawn Into Oat Bin While Playing About An Elevator. The Syndicate owning the lots I.itchfield addition will put. these on sale Monday, May under special sale will continue as before. Mr. j Harry Daniels has sold his newspa- j PIan of weekly payment. Watch for; over the rapid advancement of the young man. He. has been and still is: a hard working youth, his main asset in life being the determination to do' things and get. there, which be seems i in a fair way to accomplish. Ir is per- i J haps due to the efficient tutelage of his brother that Rinker, the second, gain-: ed the idea of effort, but, at any event.' bis success is an example any Burling- i j ton young man may well emulate. i who will assume immediate control. terday afternoon in an oat bin at one Austin is undecided as to the length i per asency to Clarence ful1 and Detailed explanation which of the local grain elevators. While workmen were loading a car with oats, the boy, unknown to them, was playing in the grain at the top of the bin. The suction of the oats into tho chute drew him down, but. they knew nothing of it until the grain was stopped. Then they dis- covered that the hay was missing and that his was buried. They im- mediately chopper! a hole in the chute, tut when he was reached he was dead. of time he will conduct the sale in this city, Mr. Hunter has a lease of the room for four years yet, but as soon as he can find parties to rent it to tho stock of goods will be movod out. Mr. Austin stated to a reporter this afternoon that lhe siock is valued at More goods will be added as they are needed to keep a variety on hand and to meet uie wants of the people. BASE BALL TOMORROW PIRK WATERLOO-BURLINGTON Game called at p. m. appear in this paper Saturday. Full information can be secured from i H. W. Grout, manager, in room in rear i of quarters formerly occupied by the! Commercial National bank, Logan! House block. i We have a strong line of Men's Dress Work Shoes which will appeal to the Eailroad Men as being superior in quali- ty and fit of any in the city, ranging in price from down to :AT- DANCE -Friday night, Eagle's hall, orchestra. Myers 23-2t! irownlee's "A Flag of Brown's tonight.   

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