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Daily Iowa Capital (Newspaper) - May 16, 1895, Des Moines, Iowa THE DAILY IOWA CAPITAL THURSDAY MAY 16 1805 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Baking PURE Tiic only Republican Eveuiac Paper In t citv of rcoplf Official paper of tlic City of DCS Moid Official paper of the Couuty of Polk SUBSCRIPTION RATES TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS TEN CENTS PER WEEK Or 55 per year irbon paid In advance BY MAILOUT OF THE QtTY One Year Six Three l Cue VVEEKLYl CMC BOi Six 25i Gire tofllce address In full Including dresH give both old run addriBS Money mar sinl hv PasUiffife Or der Registered Letter or Draft at oar risk Rates to PostmnKlrrs Newsdealers and Pub llebers sent on upplioaiou THE CAPITAL ts an etoning Repablican news paper publishing and p m respectively copies sent free fc YOUNG Proprietor DCS Mollies lows THE G711W IE a adue of the CAPITAL the following appeared amhi aus to itic cilerical lienMost subscriber to the CAPITAL under iateof May ir writes to say that htj dont know who is the author of the contemptibla alura aimilar to the ona enclosed which GO frequently appear in the The sub scriber then proceeds to Kay that as a lover of American liberties he does not think the CAPITALS mode of con tradicting men with whom it differs IB fair He says it resembles tho argu ment of the slave aristocracy back in the 40s and 50fi towit Do you want to sleep with a etc The same subscriber objects to tho CAPITALS dis missing Harvoy the author of Coins Financial School as simply an old Again lie aaya we dis miss Rev Herrons plea for human ity by the powerful argument that he wants to be a clerical Herr Most The subscriber had a real spell on and said more as follows Oh shame on such journalism shame on such re futations the more so comiDjr from a republican Shades of Phillips and Garrison is this all the argumentative power possessed by followers of these grand friends of The subscriber says he knows Rev Mr Herron as a Christian minister whose heart is in tho rijrhtiplace j Our correspondent and subscriber pives the ground work for considerable discussion In the iirst place we want to say that we do not know Kev Mr Herron per sonally We only know him by ser mons and speeches which we have teen in nrintWa judga that his speeches are not what they ought to be or else they would not delight every anarchist and every law breaker in America Speeches that were made by Phillips and Gar rison were not applauded by anarchists and law breakers We take the ground that all such educated moral men ao Rev Dr Herron should use their in fluence to narrow the difference be tween capital and labor instead of widening it It is easy enough to de nounce millionaires It is easy enough to denounce the existing order of things It is not hard to say that everything in society and everything havingrSation to the condition and happiness of the human family ia wrong1 disjointed and unfortunately arranged Those things am being said dally and nightly over every saloon counter in America The ward bum mer who daily and hourly bends his elbow not with labor but with lifting the beer glass unloading ia engaged in the same etiterpriie of destroying the confidence of men in each other that Her Mr Herron is engaged in There is a great field for tbo re former There IB a great field for the Christian worker and It isnt necessary to do as Herron doca He prescribes no remedies He talks about the ideal Olirlatian state and at near us we can be hints only an imaginary Utopia whero every man ia to be equal and nobody to bo unhappy 11 hameant anything he means socialism and Christian aooialfotn would bo no more BuccoBtful than any other kind The blbfca teachen loyalty to the existing order of thinga It speaks about ren dering to Caesar tnoao thlnga that are Caesars The best work for humanity today must be carried on with Hope and not Despair Men go out and themselves who listen to these harangues They think the world ii harih and cold and that there is no enjoyment to he attained Every mans are aaid to be withheld Herrons gospel is that of IM pair The fospel that shall regenerate the world must U the gos pel of The BaUaHon Anay day li doiof a treat work bmoM U neier preaches aaytaliff tot Boff It to wry B matter how Herron virtually cays to every man no matter how strong YOU are you cannot got The CAIITAI wants to sea the human family grow better from year to year We want to see all distinctions wiped out aa rap idly as be But these things must be accomplished by saying that they can be done and not by saying that they cannot bo done COLONEL llEKDEllSOirS PLAXS Dubuque Telegraph Colonel Hen derson has returned from the G A R encampment at Clinton and reports that it was a great success He says Clinton was beautifully decorated and the veterans were never given a more cordial reception Colonel Henderson leaves nest week for Postvilie to visit his sister and goes thence to Cresco to see hie brother He will also visit the graves of his parents on the Hender son prairie three miles southeast of Postvilie The Henderson farm oc cupied the northeast corner of Fayetto county its northeast line being the Btako at which Fayette Winneshiek Clayton and Allamakco counties join This particular corner was a swamp which was never plowed but planted in grass The colonel being the young est eon used to go haying there vntb his father and when he was tired he would stretch himself out on the Around with one limb resting in each county As a boy he thought it an im mense thing and when he goes back iext week he means to lie down on the same spot and ice how it feels to be a congressman EDITOR BKIOGB of tbe Anita Repub lican ia to epeak at Audubon on Memorial day Herbert S Fairall late editor of the Iowa City Republican has leased the Marengo Republican for a term ol years with the privilege of purchase Mr Fairall could not remain out of the newspaper work wherein he has always manifested energy and ca pacity The CAPITAL wishes him every success i Pauline Ssvalm says in the Oaka looaa Herald The Federation of Wo man has no cause to champion no ism to exploit no subjection to beat their wings against It was a free sunny learted opan minded body ol women a market of exchange for thought and friendship where each levied on the other for what was bast and truest brain and heart It made Iowa woman take on glory of pride in Iowa sha fitood before an assemj lago of Bis or seven hundred such woj men and cftught the finer spirit of fathering Never did an Iowa audi orium hold such a scene belore The flower of Iowa womanhood gathered nto a single garden on a shining May day waa BO fair a eight that even the shadow of the which Miss May Rogers so deftly humorized did not dim and one which IOWA men uu der knightly custom might have gone across the state to see Hon George E Roberts book in answer to Coin which is entitled Coin at School in has now been received in Das Moinea It ia a unique volume In all respects it looks like loins own book except that Coin ia placed ts the pupil near the black aoard instead of the instructor and another man is the instructor and the dapper little nilverlte is compelled to earn Borne lessons which ha had evidently overlooked Mr Robert has also illustrated hia book very aptly more aptly than Coins book was illus trated This reply to Coin on the part of Mr Roberts is a great bib and will make Mr Roberts a lasting reputation throughout thetentire northwest It is sent postpaid for 25ceuta andordera should bo addressed to W B Conkey Chicago 111 The Burlington Gazette evidently eans toward the sound aide of the noney question and doesnt want to wildly into untried channels and mtrled experiments General Drake had a pleuant visit n Das Motnei On the Watt Side he met hla friends for one day and an evening at the Grant Club room Tho next day being yetterday ha made himself and his friends at borne at the Ooldstone East Side Many hun dreds of republicans called to thake In tbe evening ander the leadership of John M Day a band called to serenade the general A crowd of hundred people gathered and General Drake made an acceptable apeteh Ho evi dently madt friends while la the city Today ha it at Atlantic holding an ex perience meeting with the of Can county When a MMlble advocates bar more silver money he has in mind the good money that bm to day The tlcn arises M It md to arise in days tffaot will Ih0 wt BOW CHrMtatoof oU crtHbMk period of wtlallott awtMr tow article and Its purebasinglpower would remain unohanged fTUore are a great many thousands of people who fear that these conditions would not be realized A correspondent of the IOWA CAPI TAL at Rlvcrton lows had an inter view with Colonel Hepburn tho bril liant congressman from the Eighth district yesterday on the silver qu lion and it will be observed that Colonel Hepburn ia in full harmony with Senator Allison and the republi can party upon this great question He wants all the silver money that can be had but ho wants it to remain at par with all other binds of money This it will be found will be the republican ground of this year and of next The Masonic grand lodgeof Iowa is to meet at MurehaUtowa itho first week in June It has been many years since the gentlemen of the square and compass have gathered in the town where the Soldiers Home is located where the Iowa river affords such splendid fishing and where gentleman jump out of a boat to sava the lives of the other fellowa and it can bo safely predicted that the Morgan killers will have good time The mulct saloon has increased drunkenness and drinking in Des Moincs and has not wiped out the joints or illegal places Theholeain thewall are in business as heretofore Therefore the people are considering the matter of a withdrawal petition to put the runlet saloon out The money from tho mulct is doing no good It ia not paying the city nor the county debt It is absorbed in city and county expenses and taxes re main fls high as before C D Lyons of the Milo Monitor is a candidate for representative from War ren county He would ba all right in that place As firm as tho eternal ame of Dr Prices Baking Powder WORKMEN Something About the Election of Meeting in General Four Donore Iowa May econd day of the session of the grand odge was largely devoted to the elec ion of officers The contest over the office of grand foreman was tho first to appear there being no opposition to he reelection of the grand master workman Mr rtrahara has been at he head of the order in this etato for wclve years being all the time since tbe division in the order except one ear He is a resident of the city of edar Falls Where he was for some Ime engaged in the manufacture of rnper He was mayor of the city from Jarch 1891 to March of the present year He has alao held several Lim othces in the supreme lodge of he order having been at one time its uprame master workman Henry Hichelstetter was elected grand foreman by 124 votes against 90 or Ed W McKee of Indianola Mr rl la a printer by trade and ia the oreman of the Daily Journal at Sioux Dity as ho was formerly of the Times of that city He has been n resident of Sioux City for about nine years and a member of the order five years and of the grand lodge two yeara Last rear he was chosen grand overseer and ie now goes up by easy promotion Rinaldo L Tilton was choBen grand overfieer by 121 votes against for A J Dore of Dubuqufl and 18 for F B Man ahan of LeMan Mr Tilton is a well tnown citizen of Ottumwa to which city he came from the eaut in 1369 He a a native of the state of New Hamp shire where also he was educated He oecame a member of the order in 188C and of the grand lodge in 1868 He attended every session since that lime and is one of tho grand lodges most influential members He haa been an active Odd Fellow for several years and is now Its grand master in tbe state of Iowa Ho is a graceful and luent speaker having made ona of the best of the many tine speeches at the banquet given the visitors by the members and of tbe local lodge and other citizens of Fort Dodge Mr Til ton was a delegate to the republican national convention at Cincinnati and was afterwards a presidential elector lelping cast the tha state for James A Garfield He was postmaster of Ottumwa under the Harrison admin Btration Bombard F Rehkop was elected grand recorder an office to which ho lepirad last year and to which he would have been elected then in all irobabihty bad it not been his firfit mseion as a member of that body He was born in the city of Galvaston Texas in 1846 His parents removed to Van Buren county Iowa in 1852 where the father engaged In the bus ineia of harness making which the son also learned carrying on tha busi ness after his fathers death He was auditor of the county in 18761880 IP 1680 Auditor Brown placed him in charge of tbe insurance department of the stats and in ISSfi gava him charge of the account hooks of the office whiih position he still holds Mr Rohkajgi is known as ft person remarkably at attending to details and his In urging his election to the office claimed for him exceptional qualifica for the errand reeonlerahip and they feel COB fide nt order will receive food service toyuu hands A strong effort was nfias to to elect William Arnd of Council Bluffs over of grand rsoeivar sbip but the m vote to sp d William Wilson Jr is widely known ttroughont eastern Iowa He has been a of ftto stats almost sr its territorial days tsrain Atftd Is a charter nunber of the oldest lodge In the state Hawktys No 1 at Washington and BM bten a mem ber of the lodgi alffhtMn or twanty In UflO hswuacao dtdtu offiet gmtf Rnd IN bwn siswsafal it tration he was postmaster of Washing ton and is a man of in linen ce in the part of the eta to in which be lives The live forejroing constitute the esecutiva committee of the grand lodge and make It a Btrongr one Much depends on tbat committee and the membership may well be congratu lated cm its present make up For the ofiioo of grand guide Charles II Ctiurchin of Fort Dodga is chosen over two other candidates K Dolan of West Burlington is fcba successful candidate for grand watchman An drew Hartuog of DEB Moinea is re elected grand trustee for three years For supreme representatives P S Towle ol Clinton Luther O Rowland of Cedar Falls and Albert C Weeks of Winterset are chosen The nest session of the grand lodge is to he held at Cedar Rapids The people of the city have been un wearied in their efforts to care for their visitors So much so that the grand lodge lias been compelled re luctantly to decline ona or two press ing and very tempting invitations for sightseeing Nevertheless the mem bers were taken to the famous stucco mills at gypsum quarrioa here and were surprised and delighted with their espericnca They also visited the fine brick plant here On Tuesday evening they witli a largo number of citizens eat down to a handsome colla tion at the spacious armory hull one of the largest rooms in tho state After the gastronomic part of the feast was concluded the audience listened to speeches from some of the best of the speakers of this city of orators Maurice D OCon nell John F Diincombc exOov ernor Carpenter M F Healy and Con gressman spoke eloquently and with infinite humor to various toasts proposed in behalf of tba people of Fort Dodge and happy responses were made by I F Rehkcpf and James E Stanton of Des Momes Judge Henderson and William U Berry of Indianola and Mr Tilton The speeches were all remarkably fine It is indeed rarely that any audience anywhere is favored with so acceptable a collection of afterdinner speeches Everybody was delighted with the exercises and the visiting brethren felt it was es pecially food to be there Sousaa Band Posters Souses great concert band Rave one ol Its incomparable concerts nt Fosters opera house sat evening Every number wns enthusiastically received and tbe Rreat conductor WBB compelled to re pond to frequent encores MUs Mario as eololet and Mise Car rie Duke as violinist were also splendidly re ceived by the audience which was quite a rce one The following was the program Riven Second Hungarian Trombone Air and Varia Arthur fryor Shepherds Life In the Alps of Awakening ol Nature RBHK ilca Varhea with Hhepharde Morning Song Departure for Alpa Love Scenes Storm Prayer of Thanksgiving Evening at the Inn Joyful Dauceand Finale Soprano Mies Mario Uurnard a b Directorate Violin MlBB Carrie Duke Hand Came Back new Introduction Third Act Plays and PUyeri Proleeeor Koche will appear at tho Grand Opeta House tonight and tho rest ol tha week giving wonderful exhibitions of bypno ism performing new feats each evening Special Saturday afternoon Seats Oil sale at 403 Walnut street The attraction at Fosters Opera House next Tuesday evening will be the New York Jaelno and Chicago Opcrn House Production of Tbe Passing presented by tho original company and beaded by Jolm E BIG VALUES IN KID GLOVES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND LACES For Friday And Saturday Full particulars in Friday morning papers Today Friday And Saturday Attother Mark Down Sale in our Suit Skirl and Cape Departments When we advertise a mark down it means a radical cut in price No half way methods You will fina even better values than we can describe Serge Eaton Suits which have been considered cheap at This Sale AQ Fancy Check Suits T This Sale Any Cape which sold up to at this Silk Velvet arid Cloth Capes value up to E7 At this The remainder of our Capes divided ittto three lots at and worth more than double Waists our Venshaiv Vornona Jerbcau Lucy Daly1 Madge Leaslnp and GUB Plxley and many other celebrated artiste Seale on sale Satur day moraine Coming Peter F DtUley Something easy to carry in the Label Diarrhoea Drops ONE THOUSAND URN3 Thmt Ii thft Cftpaolly qf Ban ffew Columbarium A columbarium to hold urns each urn holding the ftshea of one cre mated body has been erected near San Francisco at a cost of It U tjhe only one of tho Idnd in the country It is a bxiildiog 28 feet square and 45 feet high built entirely of granite SAW FHASCISCO COLUMBAIHUM with a dome roof of Iron frame covered with terra cotta tiling In the crown of the dome there is a skylight through which a soft religipua light falls into the interior of the building where the urns will stand around in peaceful mathematical array The flopr is in mosaic with a largo bed of flowers in the center The tiers of pigeonholes may bo reached by a bronze staircase The buildmy has been so planned that wings can be added at any time but it is expected that it will bp many years before the pigeonholes now reaejy will bo all occupied although tho San Francisco crematory since tha time of its completion bag dono a stead ily increasing frusinesa every year ROYAL Baking Powder Highest of la leavening lump poal Notlca of Incorporation Public notice Is hcrclty given Hint the tmfler ilffiietl have become incorporated aa a bony rorporaw under the name of Tlie Drnlce Lavluoi and tliat principal ptnee of bustncHS of the siild corporation IH the city of Des Molnes Iowa nnd the general nature of the frisInesH to ue transacted shall be ami is the currying ou of tbe general business of iltarimn or sanatorium as ia usually con In the United Stales ol America Includ ing the hiring und employment of physicians nurses anil all necessary help to purchase hold and convoy property both real nnd peiBOual and to do any and all thlnRO tfent natural person emitd do in the or tlic said comineaced on the IBtb day of May 1SS5 and will terminate in twenty yeatfl capital stooV la Three Thousand DolIftrB ivhtch ia fully paid up by of personal y to oounortttlon The Inwtnwm and ofthoBata feorporaMop arc to be conr diictcd by ii board of of four iiernoni one of wiilch be Known m a mannglnit di ctor snid directorff auibfirlty elpcto pnfiident McWtwy1 treasurer One pBtwn may rill nretapy anft treamirer AUottho ol n phftll elected on Monday of n year The hlghwt amount M la neM to which into eprnoratlon ahjll at Hmm pubjoot Itatlf h Life Has Its Ups and Downs Ours has been all downs for1 the past week and we have been like the little girl iu the side downrilut we are getting straightened out and are ready to greet our friends in our new quarters We are now in the swim immediately west of the Dry Goods Department at the great East Side Department Store With mucH better accommoda tions and more room we will carry a larger stock and will ba better prepared to meet the wantd of the patrons oS RISSERS SHOE DEPT Goitig For A Lake trip tonit taint W of ta Ujou take one LAKE WCfflGAir AITO LAKE STOEMM TRARSMRTATIONCOI ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS UlM4 My Ttanday llntc for ou tfUf WpfW WP nWfW ;
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