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   Waterloo Evening Courier And Waterloo Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 17, 1916, Waterloo, Iowa                              WATERLOO EVENING COURIER AND REPORTER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, IS) UK5TOE NEW IGI mm CHIC AGO ARCHBISHOP IMPERILLED BY ANARCHIST PLOT CANDIDATES NOMINATED EVENING. All But Two Places Fillnd- Not Returned. -P1UHS Waterloo Elks will elect officers for.the coming year at the first regu- lar meeting of the organization in March. Nominations- for candidates for the various offices closed last evening and so far no opposition has developed to any of the candidates Two offices .were not filled and as a result the nominations for the two. places will not close until electloi night: The offices not filled were loyal knight and treasurer. The following were nominated fo the various offices and as there wll be no opposing candidates the nom ination is equivalent to election: Exalted C. Murtagh. -Esteemed leading Clark. Lecturing A. Brown. Dunkelberg. T. Mears. R. L. DeGon, exalted ruler, was se- lected as delegate to attend the an- j uual convention of the national or- ganization at Baltimore next June. W. R. Law was selected as alternate. Plans Not Returned. The plans-for the new Elks' home been returned by the grand lodge officials.-but as soon, as the documents'are approved by the gov- erning body it is planned to start work on the new building to be erected at the corner of Park avenue and Mulberry street. The remodel- ling of the Richards' home will be TrtilHo Oiirugo. 17.- -A small loan company. Kor three yours he wan secretary of tlio Muxtleld Insurance eompnny, und ijorved several years us a director In the FarmerK1 Mutual Telephone company of Jeuup. Ho always performed hifi duties consci- entiously. Oct. Utj, IHOG, he married Augusta Stroetupko. This.union was blessed with three children, two girls and one boy. Ho was a kind husband und a devoted father. Friday night Ills iiHOftil and happy life WHS brought to a sudden clone. God culled his PLAN INVESTIGATION OF GRAIN MARKET CONDITIONS was in grain touinige last week owing to the figures being cut off one tiny by the Lincoln holiday at the close, but the total was bush- els ahead of the five-year average, which was satisfactory to nil ruil- ronds us they were unable to fur- niKli enough curs for the grain at country loading stations. Total rolpis here for the week decreased bushels, or 10 per cent, for ohllil home. A home here on earth was made, fatherless. A gap was mode in a large circle of friends. Wo bow our heads and aay, "It Is the Lord's will." There ure loft to mourn his early departure his -bereaved widow und children, Lena, Ralph ivud Marie; his pareutH, Mr. niul Mrs. Ills niolhe.r-lii-lnw, Mrs. lilH brolhers, William. the week, but Increased JHndolph; hiK slaters Orlh; Louis and Mrs. Hcnr> bushols over lust yenr'K. A ft'uturo of ilie week was the Increase of bushels corn, which offset tho loss of bushels in wheat, und bimhuls in outs. Tho wheat deliveries dotirenwjd bushels, and oats bushels, while corn Increased bush- ols over Inst year. North western road hud 21 par cent, Illinois Central 1 f> per rent. Burlington 13 per cent, St. Paul 13 per cent. Hock Inland 7 per cent. Grout Western and Atcbison 0 pe.r cent, each, and other roads 2 to per cent each. rushed to completion can- occupy so that the the new-.club- rooms as soon as possible. Leap From Window Cause of Death The Chicago authorities have un- earthed evidence that an anarchist attempted to poison Archbishop Mundeiein, Governor Dunne, Former Mayor Carter Harrison and other notables by putting arsenic into soup op's honor. Several of the guests were made violently ill, while a score or more required the services of a. physician after the banquet. Jean Crones, a cook at the Univer- sity club, where the banquet was served, is missing, and a search of served at a banquet in the archblsh- his room disclosed a complete chemi- cal laboratory and a quantity of an- Crones escaped alleged accom- archistic literature. .Tohn AHegrini, an plice, was arrested. Archbishop Mundelein, the young ost archbishop of tho United Statea was installed in his diocese last woek. He was formerly of Brooklyn. Country's Idle Cars. Tho monthly bulletin of the Amer ic-au Hallway association showed tha on February 1 there was a not svir iB of empty cars on the lines of tho United Statos and Canada of Those figures represented a decreas of cars, compared with .Tanu ary 1. aieloff, MlRB lOmina Orlh, Mrs. Friuik ,uelofl', mid Mrs. Kmlly Bauer, and largo circle of friends. Mny his ashos rest in peace and nay his soul enjoy the eternal bliss if tho heavenly kingdom. COHCK AND CHARLOTTE OHT1I, his parents. of Fiiriiicrs in Kv lo Considered. Den Moinos, Fob. thoro in- vestigation of the terminal grain market situation, to ascertain condl- IOIIK, of membership by farmers in grain exchanges, is to bo made by ho Iowa Grniii IJoalorts' association. At a BpHxion last night the asaocla- lon voted ?HOO to carry on the In- vestigation, full reports of which will be published In u. farm paper. Lnfayelto Young, Hi1., a DOB Mollies publisher and former United States iitur, and Attorney General Goo. soii wore tho principal speakers at today's) 11 mil of tho con- vention. Clifford Thorne, chairman of the lown railroad t'oinimssion, did not uddiTHH the convention of illness. Officers wero not elected UK bad boon expected. MKXIf'AN I'LOT I-'Olt I'M MOVK EDMUND MUST FACE TRIAL FOR KILLING OF GUARD 1C. .1'. dftiuio l-'Hduy ovculiiK, 18. Myors' orchestra. f advert IsLMncnO The death of Clarence Leroy Hile. whose body was brought to this city from Si'oux Falls, S. D., yesterday afternoon, was caused by'his leaping from the second story of a rooming house in Sioux Falls in order to es- caping death in a fire Monday night. Mr. Hile was engaged in the res- taurant business at Sioux Falls with his brother, George. During Monday night what was known as the Came- ron rooming house on West Fourth street in that city caught fire. Mr. Hile and others were trapped by the flames and he was obliged to leap from a window in the second story. Both his legs were broken and he 'sustained serious internal injuries resulted in his death on Tues- day He was born Dec. 23, 1887, and lived in Waterloo until he grew to manhood. He was .the- son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hile of Waterloo and a brother of Fre'd and Charles Hile and Mrs. W. F.-Heitter, also of this city. Mrs. E. A. Coryell of Omaha and Mrs. John Marson St. Paul are sisters. On arrival here the body, which accompanied by the widow, was taken to the undertaking parlors of Peterson Bros, and later removed to the home of the sister, Mrs. Heitter, 821 Washington street, where the funeral services were -held at 2 o'clock this afternoon, conducted by Kev J E. Johnson. Interment was nated. We 14, will not soon be forgotten. Lei the groundhog be respected. New Yorkers will hold their annu- al festival at the Central house Feb 2S. have had the honor of a visi I from our worthy representative, Hon C. Close! He looks as tho the duties of .his position agreed with him. FIFTY YEARS AGO In The THE A TRICAL HERE AT HOME THUICSDAV, FEB. 15, 1866. We are now back In January so far as temperature is concerned. The mercury is contracting itself into as small a space as possible, with Jack Frost pressing it towards congeal-ment. The 14th was the stormiest day we have seen since Dec. 31, 1863. Our citizens as a general thing it not been for the intensity the weather we would have issued, as we had Intended, a supplement, giving ten columns of additional reading matter. As it is, it Ms with the greatest of difficulty that we issue at THE; MAJESTIC "Septembo tho big musical corned which had such a successful run a the La Salle theatre, Chicago is th attraction at the Majestic theatre th last' three days of tais week startin this afternoon. Rrown shows us a OBITUARY Court Approves Kvtniditinu ol' Mini Wiuilei! in Colorado. DOB Moinoa, Fob. U. K niuud, wanted in Colorado on u charge of having murdered n nation- al guard officer them during the con' minors' strike, must return to' thai state and face trial, according to a decision of tho supreme court todiiy Governor Clarke announced ho would issue a writ of extradition im mediately. Local members of the United Mine Workers of America as sistod Edmund In his light agains extradition. ICtlmund caino to Do Moinen during the atrlko iitul working in the Htale house who first arrested at the request of Colo rado authorities. Washington, C., Feb. ito advices to (he war department jtlny toll of mi alleged plan of the j exicnns on tho Americnn sitlo ol' Hie. jorder, particularly In California j nil Texas, for an expedition to crosm nto northern Mexico lo oniliiuTiiHs 10 Carranxa governiniuit. Major noral Fimslon, coiuimindhiK the iiierlcim forces on tho border, has notified to take'stejis to prevent ny violation of Amoricnn noutrality. OHTH. (Contributed.) Fritz Orlh Is sick; he IB very sick: he must pass thru an operation at Tho operation proved his case which charges that two young men from Janesville had some taken from them in a poker game in a sa- loon in this city. The game is said to'have been played two weeks ago. Now, we sincerely hope there are no gambling dens in Waterloo! but, if there are any, it-is the duty of the citizens to see that they are closed. We are glad that Sheriff Brown will inquire into this matter. in Elm wood cemetery. Forty Years Ago WEDNKSIVVV -FEB. ".16, 187O. led to a head clerkship in the railway The weather caught a sudden cold' 'between 'Dubuque and Fort last Sunday night and everything is [Dodge. .1 i i_ i. f----------tl----------- 13 LIU VJ1I. The story is bright, sparkling and nothing but comedy from beginning to end. Ten ot the biggest song hits have been retained. Among these are "A Sparerib from the Butcher Shop of "In "September "1 Lost My Girl on Broad- "When a Little Boy Loves a Little Girl." Leo Greenwood and Grace Cbildors are. featured in the leading roles both performers having played with the show when It ap- peared in legitimate houses at admission. A supporting company of twenty-five.has been provided. once. to bo very serious; he is passing away. Fritz Orlh is dead. Within twenty-four hours Iho above uows Items'followed each other so closely that when tho church bell was tolled Friday morning some were not aware of tho fact that he had boon sick and very few know that the was no longer among the living. His death came as a shock to the community. Peo- ple asked each other, "Is It true that Fritz Orth is Yes, Fritz Orlh IB dead. He was born In Iowa, Oct. 22 18SO. tho fourth child of Mr. and Mrs. George Orth. Five days later ho was baptized into tho nnmo of God by tho Rev. Mr. Wlederwonders, and was given tho name of Frederick Valentine Emert Jacob Orth. He re- ceived'bis religious instruction from Rev. Mr. Zellinger, and on March 18, was confirmed, promislug to be faithful to his God and the Evangelical Lutheran church until .IIUSHAKD ATTACKS Police were called to tho home o u real estalo dealer in the cast HOC tlon of tho city early this morning t quell a small riot. Tho hoat of the family became vexed at on of tho offsprings and started to pun ish tho child. Tha mother Interfere when she believed the fallier was g lug too Hlrong and the husband im- mediately turned on his wife, and started woman to beat her. and children Cries of attracted the the neighbors and tho officers were call- ed. The mother informed the police thai tho father was responsible for tho language used by the children. Sho also declared it was not tho first time sho bad been attacked by hoi better, halt. No arrest made inasmuch oe tlio wife refused lo file an Informa- tion, but tlio wife bonier was given some very good advise by the officers. TELLS CHARACTER Novel .Method Adopted Ity Enthusiast on II jlr Onuses Discussion. Show me a woman with fuscinat- ng hair, un immaculate' scalp free ;rom dandruff and an abundance ot nor own hair, and I can UHiially tthpu a careful woman with a homo spotlessly clean and a husband whose life IB ono of comfort and con tentmont. On tho other the lea Raid the better. Of course, there ar exceptions that prove the rule. Bald tho speaker, who by the way is .man that conceived Iho Idea of pro- ducing a beneficial preparation for women's combining in- gredients thai nol only make II radiantly beautiful and fascinating, refreolies and invigorates the lialr roots HO as to promote an abund- ant growth oC healthy hair and at Iho name time banishes every Irace of dandruff. So uniformly successful is Lhis delightful preparation now known PnrlHlnn Sage, that there is probably not one druggist In tho United States that does not guarantee it to glvo tho fullest measure or satisfaction or money back. Wanglcr Bros. Co., has scores of. women they supply regularly with Parisian Sage, and the cost is trifling. (advertisement) Thousands of physicians and millions of housewives' will swear to that. You've never tasted such wholesome, tempting. appetizing bakings never enjoyed such uniformly perfect results. Calumet Bak- ing Powder it costs less to use than other Recerrid HlsbMt fftv Cut Sttt SUf Im Tiumi Ctf. as tight as the bark to ai f and Friday the; frozen tree. temperature was so mild that mer- chants left their doors ajar. At noon on Friday the maximum was BO. Drayman Miller's team broke thru the ice juat above the dam last Sal- I. C. Whipple, a former Waterloo resident, writes of the excitement at-: tending the Black Hills. finding Men of gold in the are arriving by scores daily from all parts of the country. They buy. supplies to" last them two to three months and leave THE 2 and evening, and n. Last times Doro in "The Wood Nymph" and Polly Moran in death, fully. This promise he kept fallh- He was a regular attendant 'The Perils of the Park." Tom or- urday. No'particular damage the gold jdone. A great crowd gathered. CHAKOE BRANDEIS HELPED There were men enough on hand toi William Marston was severely in- WRECK NEW ENGLAND ROAD Boston Attorney Calls Nominee Ca- pable but Unscrupulous. Washington, D. C., Feb. MorefieUl Storey of Boston, an attor- ney, charged before the judiciary sub-committee of the senate today that Louis D. Brandeis helped to wreck the New York New England railroad in 1892 and 1893, with the result that it was absorbed by the New Haven railroad. Asked as to Mr. Brandeis' reputa- tion as a lawyer, Mr. Storey teslified: "I think his repulalion in the Boston bar is that he is a very ca- pable, very energetic man. If neces- sary to advance his objects, he is not scrupulous as to his methods, nor is he to be trusted." ured by a falling tree while chopping jerk out a span ot elephants. ------o- Ben E. Eberhart has been promot-If eared he cannot recover. 'wood in Black Hawk It is Twenty Years Ago WKBXESDAY, FEH. 1 Fidol, whose pacing record is died Thursday. He was owned by Rivenburg Son of Cedar Falls. row.arid Saturday, "Excuse by Rupert Hughes, a Pullman car mys- tery of berths and mirths, featuring George F. Marion, supported by Rob- ert Fischer, Harrison Ford, Vivian Blackburn and a rollicking cast. "Excuse the first of the Henry W. Savage plays to be releas- ed by Pathc is, if anything, funnier on the screen, than it was on the stage, thanks to Mr. Marion who gives a dclicioiisly droll pantomime of the Pullman porter. at divine services and partook of the Lord's supper frrqiiently. Before ho was ready to submit to the opera- tion his minister was summoned and administered Ihe Lord's supper, and prayed with him. And then, when ho knew he was was resting safely tn the hands of his Saviour, who had never made a mistake with him, he was willing lo submll to anything and was fearless of Ihc oulcome. When a young man he altendec Wartburg college at Waverly, study- Ing a business course, and receiving his diploma. Altho he took up farm- ing his education was not wasted. For a period of ten years he was township clerk of Fox township. For a like number of years he served as secretary of the Jubilee Creamery Announcing the Appearance of MISCHA ELMAN EMPEROR OF VIOLINISTS bill the representative from Wood- bury county states that he had heard, of a thrifty deputy sheriff. who had -mmodato the people THE order to ac- testifted 529 times in criminal cases in two years. The Williams meetings at Cedar Harvey M. Beekley and Miss Maude M. Walker were married by Dr. Stev- Sund'ay "night onson Wednesday evening. They His assistants. Charles Manager Weber of the Crystal the- atre has booked'the great photo play, "Damaged Goods" for another day. This picture contains one of the great- est moral lessons ever filmed. It will be shown here tonight for the THIS MORNING. A wedding of interest to a large circle of friends was that of Miss Genevieve McKillip, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McKillip, 117 Oak avenue, to Mr. George T. Rns- tetter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ras- tetter, of Decorah, performed at this morning in Sacred Heart church by Rev. Father D. J. Lenihan. The bride was coslumed in a taffeta suit of green with hat to harmonize, and the bridesmaid, Miss Madaline McKillip, wore a blue taffeta suit. Leonard Rastetter, brolher of the groom, was the best man. A wed- ding breakfast was served to the im- mediate relatives at the bride's home. Mrs. Rastelter has resided in this city about three years and has re- cently been employed at the Galloway company. The groom is connected with Ihe American Express company. The couple left this morning for a trip to Minneapolis. reside in San Francisco. Rev. M. J. Bywater, rector of Christ Episcopal church, makes public his opposition to the coming of Evange- list M. B. Williams, who has been holding meetings at Cedar Falls. A bill has passed the house which provides that officers shall not draw A. Alexander, singer, and Fred bert, general utility man, will remain here until the Waterloo meetings open. fees in criminal cases which have gej.i last time. At the ward caucuses Saturday ev- ening J. E. Sedgwick and H. Ham- mond were renominated as council- men. Miss Etta Bankson entertained at come to their attention unless allow-ja valentine party at her home on ed by the court. In arguing for street Friday evening. MIROHA EL.MAX HAS WONDKUFUJ, CAHK13R GIRLS! fid NOW! OUT 5IAXV ATTKXn 1IAXQ.UET OK HUSIX.KSS TEMPERA TURKS. FEU. 17. (Supplied by Buchanan Optical Co.) Midnight 6 a. m...................30 10 a. m..................36 1 p. m..................42 Yesterday...........24 to 44 1911. 31 to 34; 1912, 29 to 38 3913, 29 to 49; 1914, 13 lo 27 1915, 13 to 28. The student-parent banquet given by the Waterloo Business college in _he K. P. hall last evening was at- tended by about 250 and was greatly enjoycd. Among those present were a number from out of the city. Bruce Gates was toastmaster and brief addresses were given by A. P. ates. Dr. J. G. Bennett. II. A. LcRue and others. In a contest, in which the students were lined up on two sides, known as the "evens" and the the "odds" were awarded the trophy, a fine American flag. Tlio judges were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Plum- mer and Miss Mary Homer. the army, navy or marine corps dur- ing the .war with Spain or the Philip- pine insurrection. The other hill would give S20 a month to survivors of Indian 18. P. djince Friday evening, Feb. Myers' orchestra. (advertisement) HOUSE PASSES TWO KOU PEXSIOXS Washington, C., Feb. pension bills passed the house today proposing in all the addilion of more than annually to pension expenditures. One would grant pen sions to the widows and minor chil dren of officers and enlisted men To Fortify TIic System Against 
                            

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