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Sedalia Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 20, 1906, Sedalia, Missouri Established 1s80. It by amp Alia Sentinel. By the Sentinel newspaper company. G. F. Kibby president. George h. Scruton editor. John e. Tiedeman bus. Mgr. Subscription rates in Sedalia daily per month by carrier45c subscriptions by mail daily 3 months by mail postpaid.$1.00 daily 6 months by mail postpaid. $2.0f daily per year by mail postpaid.$4.00 weekly per year.$1.00 telephones Bell .260 Queen City.260 entered at the Post office Sedalia to. As second class matter. Address All communications to the Sentinel newspaper co., Sedalia to the official paper of the City of Sedalia. The president in contempt. President Roosevelt Lias again shown his courage by the message sent to Congress in which he severely Crit cases the recent decision of uniter states judge Humphrey giving tin beef Trust magnates immunity fron prosecution because they had admin Ted to commissioner Garfield thru they had been and were flagrant vie gators of the Law. The president says a such decisions come immeasurably near making the Law a farce a and he recommends tha. Congress pass a measure declaring what the real intent of the Law is in other words he wants the Law Mak ing Power to make the Laws and not Delegate the duty to the Federal judges who secure in their life tenure of office care nothing for the rights of the people whose servants the Are supposed to be. Time was not so very Long ago when it was treason to criticise the High and mighty occupants of the Federal benches and when even the slightest disparaging references to any edict they issued was followed by Swift punishment even to the Exton. Of Lodgment behind prison bars anti it is refreshing indeed to see the chief magistrate express his disgust at t. Courts action. Perhaps though the August Jurist whom the president condemns May cite Teddy for contempt the same As has been the custom when less Power Ful persons say these things. If so look out for something to happen. Of a Bailey a Strong Point. Ers including that of injunction As they were understood when the Constitution was adopted. Such a construction adds the Omaha Bee although it has been quite commonly entertained or assumed would obviously put a straight jacket upon Congress so far As concerns putting into effect commission fixed rates until the courts of Appeal shall have finally passed on them. And with its companion theory that every Point in rate proceedings before the Testate Commerce commission must be appealable and re triable in the courts the inescapable results would be to throw the whole subject of rate regulation and rate control in general Over to the exclusive disposal of the courts in fact transforming commission proceedings into an additional source of delay confusion Cost and aggravation. Although the Issue of constitutional construction is so Radical and sweeping that it must finally go to the supreme court for settlement senator a Bailey Lias done valuable service Ift forcing upon the attention of the Senate and the Public an alternative Law under which this Issue can be Ashmen can find Nice cottages and lots in Good location by calling on w. Ii. Ritchey phone 778. Of or. Shains platform. Well known attorney seeking democratic nomination for prosecuting attorney makes declaration of his principles. Strong amp Garfield for men women and children. All styles All leathers patents Vicius and gun metals. Is co lowest prices on Good goods we. Courtney the View which senator Bailey of Texas has urged since the open ing of the rate Bill debate and which he has again set Forth with great Force that Congress has Complete Power and jurisdiction Over inferior Federal courts has been gaining acceptance in the Senate and in Public opinion. It is conceded that Congress can not alter the jurisdiction of the supreme court which is conferred direct by the Constitution itself but it also provides that a a Congress shall have Power to constitute tribunals inferior to the supreme court. This Grant is included in the enumeration of the Powers of Congress. In the article dealing with the judiciary it is provided that the judicial Power of the unite states shall be vested in one supreme court and in such and tonal courts As Congress May from time to time ordain and establish. The practical Point is that senator Bailey a interpretation opens wide the doors for Congress to destroy absolutely the injunction Power of the District and circuit courts so far As suspending the rates fixed by the interstate Commerce commission pending judicial review thereof is concerned. This would solve one of the most of of cult problems in the Effort for More efficient Railroad control which is to prevent the interminable and expensive delays separable from judicial dealing with this subject. The position held by Many other Able lawyers is the exact reverse denying outright to Congress the authority to Congress to annul the injunction Power of a inferior courts courts any More than the supreme court in which the a judicial Power of the United states is vested by article 3 of the Constitution the a Power granted to Congress in article 1 a to constitute inferior tribunals having no reference to the former and being the Grant under which Congress has constituted a variety of tribunals like tribunals for adjusting claims from which the posters of injunction and other like Powers could be withheld. Such tribunals according to this View Are not a a courts in the constitutional sense which vests in a court when Congress ordains it All the common Law and historic pow the official announcement of ii. B. Hain As a candidate for the Deinum Craitic nomination for prosecuting attorney has been made and or. Shain is now actively in the Field. He says he stands absolutely on the platform Given out when he first decided to contest for the office. It is As follows 1st. An absolute Fidelity to the oath of office and its consequent enforcement of Law so far As any Power within me or the office lies. 2nd. A conscientious reduction of the criminal costs to that Point consistent with the enforcement of the Law i invite the support of All men engaged in any occupation or Trade recognized by the Law and Promise to protect All rights under the Law so far As the duties of the office require and at the same time prosecute any infringement of the Law. If elected on this platform i will understand that the people of this county want the Law enforced and i will expect their co operation. The race promises to be a pretty one As or. Shain has a tremendous amount of Energy and is a tireless campaigner. If nominated he would make a splendid race and would bring Many votes to his party and if elected his Legal ability and conscientious regard for duty would insure Pettis county having a competent and trustworthy official in the position to which lie aspires. Too a for bargain in residence lots see those of w. H. Ritchey on Prospect Street Large lots Small Price easy terms. A a a of a emperors gift causes trouble. New York april 19.�?the Kaiser a prize of the northeastern Saenger bund the $20,000 Silver statute of Minn Singer donated by emperor William on the occasion of the 20th National Saenger fest held in Brook Lyn in 1900, is once More causing trouble among the German singers As it has Ever since it was donated by the emperor. Among the societies which were entered in the contest for the prize at the coming Saenger fest Are the Kreutzer Quartetti club Manhattan the Concordia of Wilkes Barre a. Junger Maen Zercher Manhattan and Arion Newark n. J. The latter a musical director is John Lorenz who is also the festival conductor and Winner of the prize for the prize song. The other contesting societies demanded that the Arion should withdraw from the contest because their director was the festival conductor and the Winner of the prize song. The members of the Arion however could not Zee the logic of this and have declined so far to withdraw from the contest. The matter has been postponed from we Eek to week but it will be finally decided this evening after the concert w hich the Arion is going to give tonight. Ooh charged with theft. Anna Wright coloured was arrested today charged with the theft of $5.75 from Elizabeth Huber. Her Case Wras set for a hearing for this afternoon in the court of Justice w. E. Conner. Ooh convicted of larceny. New Majestic a theater a prettiest vaudeville House in the West High class vaudeville change of Hill mondays this weeks Hill the Perrin a Equilio brits. Bennington ventriloquist. Master Corrigan a 9 dramatic. Koock illustrated songs. Kin drome latest pictures. Matinees daily. Children a matinee saturday 5c. Political announcements for probate judge. The Sentinel is authorized to announce d. E. Kennedy As a candidate for the nomination for judge of the probate court of Pettis county subject to the action of the democratic party. For recorder. The Sentinel is authorized to on ounce Charles s. Williams As a can Date Lor the nomination for the office of county recorder subject to the action of the democratic party. The Sei Tinel is authorized to announce Waite Morey As a candidate for the nomination for the office of county recorder subject to the action of the Republican party. The Sentinel is authorized to an Bounce a hails d. Rayburn As a candidate Fot the nomination for the office of county recorder subject to the action of the Republican party. For circuit clerk. The Sentinel is authorized to announce Charles w. Daugherty As a candidate for nomination As circuit clerk subject to the will of the Republican party. Which tends to improve the facilities of our Bank and increase the safety of the Stock holders and depositors is pressed into service. We now Nave our Bank absolutely up to Date and you will like our Way of doing business. Why not carry your checking account Here the citizens National Bank capital surplus and profits $185,000.00. The Sentinel is authorized to announce Asbury goodknight As a candidate for the nomination for the office of circuit clerk subject to the will of the democratic party. County clerk. The Sentinel is authorized to announce the candidacy of m. L. I run off for the nomination for the office of clerk of Pettis county subject to the will of the Republican convention. He would join them in a moment. When one went Back to look for Ful Poni to was lying dead at the foot of the stature with a revolver in his hand and Llyod flowing from his Temple. Of begins his seventh term. The Sentinel is authorized to announce Sam m. Hodges As a candidate for the nomination for the office of clerk of Pettis county subject to the action of the democratic party. The Sentinel is authorized to announce r. C. Dolph As a candidate for the nomination for the office of clerk of Pettis county subject of the action of the democratic party. Barney Wells was today arraigned in the court of Justice n. H. Rogers on a charge of Petit larceny it being alleged that he took a stove from a Lucli we agon on West main Street without having first obtained consent from the owner to do so. He was sentenced to serve five Days in the county jail and the Case was appealed to the circuit court. Marriage permits. Marriage licenses issued today James a. Harlan Sedalia Annie l. Bowers Sedalia. Edward Eicholz Lutman Josie Schupp Bebra. Monte e. Courtney Sedalia Lenora m. Strickland Sedalia. Of to entertain thursday club no Man 15 stronger than his stomach. Let the greatest athlete have dyspepsia and Bis Muscles would soon fail. Physical strength is derived from food. If a Man has insufficient food he loses strength. If he has no food he Dies. Food is converted into nutrition through the stomach and bowels. It depends on the strength of the stomach to what extent food eaten is digested arid assimilated. People can die of starvation who have abundant food to eat when the stomach and its associate organs of digestion and nutrition do not perform their duty. Thus the stomach is really the vital Organ of the body. If the stomach is Quot w Eaks the body will be weak also because it is upon the stomach the body relies for its strength. And As the body considered As a whole is made up of its several members and organs so the weakness of the body As a consequence of Quot weak stomach will be distributed among the organs which compose the body. If the body is weak because it is ill nourished that physical weakness will be found in All the organs heart liver kidneys Etc. The liver will be torpid and inactive giving Rise to bilious Ness loss of appetite we Oak nerves feeble or irregular action of heart palpitation dizziness headache backache and Kindred disturbances and weaknesses. Or. Louis pare of Quebec writes Quot for rears after my health began to fail my head grow dizzy eyes pained me and my stomach was sore All the time while everything i would eat would seem to lie heavy like Lead on my stomach. The doctors claimed that it was sympathetic trouble due to dyspepsia and prescribed for me. And although i took their powders regularly yet i Felt no better. My wife advised me to try or. Pierces Golden medical discovery and Stop taking the doctors Medicine. She bought me a bottle and we soon found that 1 began to improve so i kept up the treatment. I took on flesh my stomach became Normal the digestive organs worked perfectly and 1 soon began to look like a different person. I can never cease to be grateful for what your Medicine has done for me and i certainly give Iii highest done to be wheeled by a Penny grabbing dealer into taking inferior substitutes for or. Pierces medicines recommended to be Quot just As to gain knowledge of your own body ill sickness and health Send for the Peoples common sense medical adviser. A mrs. Yvo. F. Hansberger will entertain the members of the thursday euchre club at her Home on saturday afternoon at 2 30 of clock. Of to give a dance. The Knight of Columbus of Sedalia will give a Ball at Liberty Park on Friday evening april 27. The Date and place were originally agreed upon for april 25 at the College of music Linail but new arrangements had to be made. --06�? eat a lax it at bed time and feel Bright the next Day. Sold by w. E. Bard drug co. Of loved statue to death modern pygmalion shoots himself at foot of Marble Venus in sculptors studio. Ook of 1008 pages Stamps Lor paper covered or 31 Stamps for cloth bound copy. Address or. R. V. Pierce. 063 main Street Buffalo. N. Y. Send 21 one cent red or 31 s address or. Chicago april 18.�?like pygmalion a love for Galatea Poni epo Ful Poni a sculptors apprentice fell in love with a Marble figure of Venus in the studio. For hours at a time the youth would sit admiring the Fig ure his interest he explained being Horn of his love for sculpture. Later he Wras heard to Call the statute a Mathilda a and to talk to is As if it were a thing of life laughing and singing As if the cold Marble ears had heard and the lips had parted in reply. Fellow workmen twisted him i about it and he told the Story of a Mathilda h i had left in Italy. I All the artists were leaving the studio yesterday when Fulponi said Charles e. Baker who was reappointed City clerk by the new City Council last monday night has held that office for six years and his efficiency is attested to by All who know what the duties of the office require t is said of or. Baker that he has tie Best arranged office and keeps he cleanest set of books of any clerk who Ever held the office and that records Are produced upon demand As promptly As though or. Baker had them in his pocket so perfectly has tie got his system w orking. A Good clerk in a City equals one half of the administration and or. Baker merits the distinction As Well As the honors that went with his appointment and he Sentinel is glad to see him in another term. Bell Phene 268-1 James a. Cape electric supplies and fixtures. House wiring and Bell work. Ill e. Fourth st. You May dictate to your stenographer and wife sometimes but you can to dictate to Jos. Goehren the tailor about making clothes in style fit or Price. Suits pressed and taken care of for $1 per month. Suits to order $15, up pants $4.00, up. 207 Ohio Street upstairs. Hogan amp son dal Ersin Staple and fancy groceries. Our goods Are fresh Atid up to Date. Prices As cheap As any place. Give us your orders. Prompt delivery. For prosecuting attorney. The Sentinel is authorized to announce h. K. Bente As a candidate for the nomination for prosecuting attorney of Pettis county subject to the action of the democratic party. The Sentinel is authorized to announce it. A. Higdon As a candidate for the nomination for the office of prosecuting attorney of Pettis county subject to the action of the democratic party. Established in 1882. Third National Bank Sedalia. Missou re. United states depositary. Capital $100,000, of amp tiz Ssu. $25,000 dior tar. Samuel c. Gold James t. A Lre Clors Montgomery. J. H. Merx j. N. Dalby c. W. Mcaninch d. H. Smith w. A. Latimer h. W. Harris. H. W. Harri3, president d h. Smith vice president w. A. Latimer cashier. C. B. Wallace asset. Cashier. This Bank does a g e n e ral banking business and solicits the accounts of corporations firms and . North Georgia Bible conference. Gainesville ga., april 19.�? the annual meeting of the North Georgia Bible conference which has been in session Here comes to a close today. It has been the most successful conference of the m. E. Church in this District an i the proceedings were unusually interesting. The closing Days program is unusually interest Ingan d includes addresses by Rev. Or. Walker Lewis of Atlanta the Rev. Joel r. Daves of Milledgeville the Rev. J. E. England of Jones Joro and others. Storage room. Stoves and household goods. E. N. Harrison. Bell Telephone 213. J fire insurance that insures our policy forms Are Correct and give you absolute Protection. It is so Well known that our losses Are settled promptly we do not have to advertise the fact. Reynolds 6 Reynolds 408 Ohio st. Q. C. Phone 84� the Sentinel is authorized to announce h. B. Shain As a candidate for the nomination for the office of prosecuting attorney subject to the action of the democratic parly. For county treasurer. The Sentinel is authorized to announce Mary o. Hansberger As a candidate for the nomination for the office of county treasurer of Pettis county subject to the action of the democratic party. For convenience and safety you should Deposit your Money in a Good Bank. As for safety we have burglary and fire insurance time lock bonded officers and regular examinations. And our continued growth is evidence of the Confidence reposed in us by the people of this Community. Three per cent interest paid on savings deposits. Sedalia Trust company. The Sedalia National Bank. The Sentinel is authorized to announce Lon v. Ware As a candidate for the nomination for the office of county treasurer of Pettis county subject to the action of the democratic party. The Sentinel is authorized to announce t. T. Vietz As a candidate for the nomination for the office of county treasurer subject to the will of the Republican convention. For collector. W. S. Scott authorized the Sentinel to announce his candidacy for renomination for the office of collector of Pettis county subject to the will of the Republican party. 543 East fifth Street. Both phones Bell ,369. Q. C. 245. Or. J. S. Leslie veterinary. 401 w. Main st. Calla answered Day or night Phooc 97 the Sentinel is authorized to announce John l. Sullivan As a candidate for the nomination for the office of county collector of Pettis county subject to the action of the democratic party. For sheriff. The Sentinel is authorized to announce i. N. Sprecher As a candidate for renomination for the office of sheriff of Pettis county subject to the will of the democratic party. A a too a figuring on a building. Capital surplus and profits deposits a $145,000.00 $600,000.00 officers. E. F. Yancey president. E. R. Blair Cash or. W. H. Evans vice president. W. O. Terry ass is tent cashier. Directors. E. F. Yancey w. H. Evans h. W. Meuschke j. H. Ron Well Martin Tux Cen Henry Lamm j. W. Murphy w. A. Lower a. K. Blair. All extended that comes within the scope of legitimate banking drink Sedalia Beer a Home brew. Ask for it. Made from Best j i materials j and properly aged. Pore wholesome and nuts icons. Order a ease for your Home either a phone 214. Moerschel brewing come a mesters. Bauer and Phipps with architect t. W. Bast spent this afternoon looking Over the lots at second and Vermont streets where the two first named gentlemen will erect a building for a Creamery. The building will be 3sx60 feet and two stories High constructed of Brick. It is the present pin to have the building under Way in three weeks. The Creamery when Complete will have a capacity of 2,000 pounds of butter daily. Whipple Coal co. Established 1884 wholesale and retail dealer in fuel and building mate gals sewer pipe Brick Sand plaster. Cement and Lime. The Best roofing in town. Fence posts Etc. Both phones 4s.

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