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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

0 BpK .Pi •I ,':A•Hfl-a^ pouch is large enough to Jll if"""1 quarts watflr' KL mother of Governor Beckham MSLSokT has remarkable record. 'Shi? the unprecedented distinc 5f having bee? the mother 1 a ®*r the daughter of a governor, J,!,, of a governor. *. ..relesa waiter, while opening .tattle of in ft Pans restaur- E1.2heMile-ciderbottlein held the that the cork ick Andree in the eye, cans loss of sight that organ. sued, and the restaurant pro ctor fined five thousand rWomenwas in Austria are never put in unn A female criminal, no matter & terrible her record, instead of En* sent to jail, is conveyed to one PffiTe convents devoted to that pur Eta, and there she is kept until the jSpiration of the term for which she as sentenced. ,wp sorrow for a dead dog: was hmvn in Wichita, Kansas. It was a Liter and for years had aceompan I the owner on hunting- expeditions. animal died, and was buried in expensive coffin, with a satin pil ,w on which to rest its head, and |e co ffin was cove...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

fii •i $*« Mi m- -. 3 'T ••*. $:• :M 'i G.f f' W r5-f irl \. t* FOR •LIKfLMS ONIf. 8wIhiw_Mwrte»^,_ftow far VI The old tradition tS*t tt« •IMP before midnight hours Vt "beauty sleep" meant only that lafc lumra take away beauty. Thoutanda of night workera will testify that tight Spurs of sleep from 10 to 6 it worth lift hours taken after retiring at 4 felock in the morning. Darkness Is the proper time for the aleep that doaa the moat good. It is not well to SIMP la a room in which plants are grow lag. Their food is carbonic add gas. If they tan live there the room la a had place for you to sleep In., Besides, plants tyse up a good deal of oxygen and give off effluvia and pollen Irritat ing to the human system. The sound est sleep is during the first three or four hours after going to bed. This has been ascertained by scientific ex periment, though most ptople think they aleep soundest just before the tfane when conscience tells them to get up. insomla often comes from over rating. A ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

1 VX *V? '.f-Vilf."J'««)V ,t%W HI CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. two' Jrt. w.M- CB'LSP. TO KEOKUK. qiijOam Eldon #55 pm jtOpm Keokuk, *...7 10 am I DBS MOINES & FORT DODGE. 63b pm...Ruthven Mall & Express. ..1210 pm 1045 am.... Tara and Fort Dodge 445 pm 815 pm Minn., and St. Louis »900 pm (45 am....St. Paul and Minn. Flyer....880 am WINTERS ET BRANCH. II 2D am '...Mall 4 40 pm 850 pm Expres 7 20 am 140 pm Freight 845 am CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN—NORTH 815 om...Chicagoand mii BeT. B.BMM, Putor. a M. E.-Cornerol Seoondwid'Oonter St.P*"'Al SfeScWBR at 10:» s, m. Bandar Streets. Epwortti ami 4 Re*. J. R. Win bush, pastor. SECRET ORDERS. *f «t»i 2tAr Lodge, No. 9| A, F, A. M.—Meets Sfrat Thursday In each month at Masonic S^lFourth and Court avenue. J. H. Shep L- Thompson, ateretary. B^®d l^0FoSTrhure5aVSeach 8t. Paul 80 pm .Chicago and St. Paul Ex 830 am «g23 am Twin Cities Special *s? 1 priH 1 Leairue *t 7 S°ho^ |t 8 p. na. L. J. PhilUpB. D. Kurt*. *®ar-.h7Jiff"~it80*. m.: aunaay scnooi ».aJ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

I Km if tliap-n ft ftvi A: «T(,^ ,.^Iu1,,,.... ,^y,, ,i W0Wi ./ rtri •n is $v" fc£*1v May Mean B"nd of Rebellion. ^. ... v-,v..'vl'M'-rtw^^ .PSS* 'w1! VII/E filipind Insurgent Chief a Prisoner ,lf ,v in Manila. STAFF TAKEN WITH HIM. Atln Party Captured by Con. Fun* tor and Brought to the Capital of Luzon on Board he Gunboat Vlcltsburg— Maalla, March 29.—Aguinaldo la a prisoner. He was brought to Manila this morning by General Funston, by •whom he was captured In Isabella Province, about six days' march inland from the east coast of Luzon, north, of Baler. Aguinaldo was captured on March 2-3, In the country near Casigu ran. nine miles from Baler. All mem bers of his staff were taken prisoners at the same time and were brought with him to Manila 011 the gunboat Vickshurg, arriving this morning. Funston started on the expedition which resulted in the capture of Aguin aldo three weeks ago. Ho had with him a company of natives, and was assisted by Captain John Newton of the Thirty-fourth...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

A ,,,-if. ror r»ult «cowet*. 0 invthlng tbat will save the orchards -avages of inseCtB and give to rrs :l ce Ol fruit satisfactory results ^hrfr labor and expense is deserv f°» of investigation and trial. Realiz m[nl importance of any mothod or Of investigation and trial. RealiZ' ,. importance of any mothod or '«*,£ to this end, a representative of if'l to been looking into the 'films of the Haseltine Mcth Catcher InJ! VilU are ,' it «An'iaeant(itlvA or vegetables, or to breed more for another year. The Moth h' wher is made by placing two pol |Ied reflectors at right angles, with torch in the center. The whole ia n-en placed over a pan or tub partly ^ie(l with water on which floats a little kerosene oil. The torch is lit at or about sundown and the light, multiplied many times by the reflect ors attracts the moths. They strike 'the' reflectors and fall into the coal il which kills mem instantly. I recent visit was made to the or chards of Central Missouri and invest igation made tar...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 March 1901

II- I! IPl :i If p: r5' §i a:- W Jbwja State Bystaadcfl .}*? I :W smAmnnwiwi m» MOINES, RACE iV&tflrT W&T- IOWA. FBIDAY, MARCH 89. James G. Brooks, private mes senger of Omaha's mayor, inher its a fortae. Mjehael Ferrell, ®p Irishman, took a fancy to the boy lor his bright and honest disposi tioa, and legally adopted him. After receiving a common school •dacation, the boy was put into (he mayor's office by his adopted father, where he proved himself useful. Mr. Farrell owned a large vaseh in Dakota, and while there last month attending to affairs he saddenly died. Small bequests were made to seTeral Catholic institutions and a few friends, the remriader of his property and $10,00 in cash being willed to his adapted son, James G. Brooks. The great Russian pianist Ossif Gabrielomit8ch, in a recent inter view in the Chicago Cronicle, has (he following good word for the Musical genins, of the Negro. H« said: "One thing that I cannot under stand," he said, running his hands throa...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

^vr. 'v*v^v-..^f-V-'-^V^vV''• 01STJIIE BYSTANDER. -V-NV FRIDAY BY THE BYBIAMDKB PXBS"O^S-«"h fOT and u0D8T- uaw» ^CK. IOWA 'PHOSf MW. TAIJ PAPBBOF THK ATBO-AM*BICA* PBO- MOOT* ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. JSSSAI. PAPER OR XHB MOST WOBSHIPrOD UNITED GRAND LODGE O* IOWA, A. T. & A. U. TBBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year-. mr)ntni moctbs ^11 subscription payable In advance, Communications must be written on one side oftte paper only and be o( Interest to the pub la. "Brevity la the soul of wit." temember \Va will not return rejected manuscript, un less accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Monday was alls fool's day, Easter Bonnets Beady—Mason's. Miss Ethel Wells has been quite sick this week. Chas. West has been quite sick this week, but is convalescent. Mesdames Cleggett and Palmer made the quarterly review last Sunday at the A. M. E. Sunday School. H. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 316 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs, Will Hieks of Des Moines, la. spent Saturday and Sunday in Om...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

,'^C m^' tv- fev.. P' SI­ &' if ftei vffil |p|Io $a State Bystander j»j. 4 "', MV IIVSTAJfWKK l'UU. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA. •i^he, Mexican ai*'my of mdre than 25,000 men Is supported upon a trlflo ,more than 1,000,000 Mexican., dollars a inontb. The Mexicau congress does not cOat ?1,COO,000 a year. Captain Richard P. Leaiy, U. S. N., who, as governor of the Island of Guam, won laurels which have not yet had time to fade, is hobbling around on crutches. His leg was injured a few weeks ago in a fall at the League Island navy yard. Mr. Justice Brewer, of the United States Supreme Court, said in a recent address that ho who call3 a mob into •being cannot toe pronounced wholly guiltless of that which the mob may do. The remark is both seasonablf and full of sound sense. Army recruits are scarce in England as well as in this country. In order to stimulate the laggard military spirit among British yokels a genius of the war office in London has devised what he calls a "recruitograph." Th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

ud I A i^RETTy J* $ COMTAfflOM CHAPTER IV. Tanetta only stayed long enough to -listen to a few polite Inquiries as to whether she had suffered any incon venience from the accident, then rose She looked such a picture of grace and strength when she came down ready equipped for her ride, in a neat ly-made coat and skirt of some dark material, relieved only by a bright colored ribbon in her sailor hat, that Captain Merivale gave her an involun tary glance of admiration. "My mistress' orders are that I'm to take you for a good long ride," he said, wheeling round Clarice's bicycle. "She says she has kept you too tightly tied to her sofa." "It is the place where I like best to be," Janetta answered, with perfect sincerity. Yet the swift ride through the bright sunshine of the February afternoon was real enjoyment, and the compan ionship of a clever, cultivated man By Louise "Bedford. asked leave to retire for the night You can go if you wish, said ^l .rice- "but please don't imagine that ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

mP iy 89? 1^-Vj* IK I! K'S I 11 Mi il t\ *. $ J4 I fl ft 5 M* I !i I I 5 f* jbpspp^WPII! riLtosmiL v., 3 [i.,s'AVik *.* MVENpOHf. There was surprise party given in honor of Mr. James Christenia's birthday at their new residence, cor ner of Henry street and Arlington •venue, March 21. A very large crowd was present, and his wife handled the guests in a very pleasant way, as Bisted by her mother nnd Mr. Chris "'•j'ftenia's mother and sister. Mr. Chris ten ia received mauy presents. At 1 a. 'm. the crowd left the house for their •'•several homes, but the agent did not learn as to how many cummers he has seen. There is to be an excursion to Pe aria, 111., Easter Sunday. The fare is $3.00 for the round trip. There will probably be a good crowd gathered from th&'tW-cities.' The Marfied Ladies Violet Club was entertained by Mrs. Sarah Allen at her residence, 2101 Main street, •Wednesday, March 20. A very pleas ant time was reported. Mr. James Thomas has resigned his position as porter ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

rmJBCH ANNOUNCEMBHT. »S S'. Mi"y°2?sS^.T SSSSfAm- SflWliM p„»,. Preaching ji Er'Housten, Superintendent Yonng Piopie'ameetiv 1 p. m, preaching ft'CO pt 1R* Vaat Second ft Kid D©8 MO1Q68 ®B£?'S( snndhy services, preaching at 11:08 street.—Sunoay Sun(lay *. m- and 4 p. gohool at 19:30. meetjn Wednesday 8 p. m. %col£ W. cf'W. Kolmes. pastor. gjO D«» Moines strew. WA nant 1st rihwcli—E. Second street gount Nebo Bap ftnd QrAQ(| avenue—Sunday bet^r,reachlng W Sunday School Sffflw BOM•» iJ^fUXlSUS 8p.m. SECRET ORDERS. star Lodge, No. 8, A, F\ A. M.—Meets Fh-st Thursday In each month at Masonic H«ii—Fourth and Court avenue. J. H. Shep 5d,W. M. J. L. Thompson, secretary. KSelofd1^0Fow°thThnut^aV monjto at Masonic hall. Frod Jackson, M. C. G. H. Cleggett, Rec. „mni court. So. 8—meets Second Monday Kch month at Masonic hall. Mrs. J. H. Stiepivrd, matron Mrs. Fred Jackson. Becre uf^lve Conrt, No.4-Meets First-Thursday nf each month at Masonic hall. Mrs. Susan White. matron Mrs. Flora Majors, se...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

»V *»v SAJi 8AUADOB KARTIIQUAKE. "I was In San Salvador, staying with 'aw American friend," said the re* Earned tourist, "when one summer's aright, as I sat in a chair on the ve -TOuadx and he reclined In a hammock, .there came a rumbling and a quak fag. Instinctively knew it for an ^eaurtluiaake, hut I said to my friend: "Mim, aren't we in for a calamity •oC some sort?' ""Oh, I guess not/ was the lazy fe ®iy. *Bnt that was a shock, wasn't it?' "I guess it was.' 'Ham's the house?' *Pretty solid. No need of yorry .JBS.' "There eame a second shock, ,„aYter ~a minute, and that veranda watiljjsd aumund under it till my head S herd the servants running and y^Jl «g, and I was pretty thoroughly -scared as I said to Jim: ""Don't you think we'd better get *mfc into the garden, where all is clear?' "'Not yet. The ground out there ^anight open and swallow us.' *fiut another^uch shock will bring 4he house down over us. "Hardly. That's only the sccond -shock. The third won't be much worse, but t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

SECURITY, Cenulne Carter's Little Livep Pills. Must Bear Signature of **1 A See Foc-Slmllo Wrapper Below. fori IBUI M4 as easy to talse as sugar. FOR HEADACHE* CARTERS pi FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS* FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION OXIVVRfB MUtT KAVt liPliATU WC. giarely •^••^BSESRSSRSSEBWPWIW^"-™ CURE fiietg HEADACHE. *Mce Cents IN 3 OR 4 YEARS IN IHDEPENDENGE ASSURED if you take up your homes In Western Can ada, the laud of plenty. Illustrated pamphlets, Kivins cxpcriencos or farmers wlio have be come wealthy in grow ing wheat, reports of delegates, etc., and full "iitonu.iuoii as to reducoil railway rates can bo had on application to the Superintendent of lAmi "nit on. Department, of Interior. Ottawa, Canada nto Bartholomew, 306 Fifth St, Dcs Moines, Iown. Special excursions Western Canada during March and April. t'J PRIZE Picture Puzzle I above plctnro contain* four faces—a father his three ilauKhtcii. Auy one c»n And the Jr's face, but...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 April 1901

State Bystaadetf# Ut WTSTANDE* MW. «fc K'Aswi\Y*yx MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, APRIL 5. PACE ECHOES. Janbes G. Brooke, private mes senger of Om^Ws payor, iaher itsafortue. Michael Ferrell, an Irishman, took a fancy to the boy for liie bright and honest disposi tion, and legally adopted him. After receiving a common school edacatioD, the boy was put into the mayor's office by his adopted fattier, where he proved himself wwfal. Mr. Farrell owned a large vanch in Dakota, and while there last month attending to affairs he •addeoly died. Small bequests 'were made to several Catholic iaatitations and a few friends, the nmainder of his property and $10,00 in cash being willed to his adopted son, James G. Brooks. The great Russian pianist Ossif Gabrielomitsch, in a recent inter view in the Chieago Cronicle, has the following good word for the mimical genius of the Negro. He said: "One thing that I cannot under stand," he said, running his hands through his hair, "is the manner in which the Americ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 April 1901

4 v! n, BePd I- -C|J: «ni 1 *V- TO0 VOL. 7. Ill 811BOTH ,'rirrBABD ujcdbt ArtQtJAHDT BLOCK. BOOH HiiitVJ* IOWA H0N18» nwnrr"- papbb of thk aitbo-ambbioam pro TBCTIVK A8B0CIATI0H OF IOWA. MFICIAL PAPBB OF CBS MOST W0B8HIPIC1 UKITOD GBAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. T0Bi!8 OF SUBSCRIPTION.' ^Ar::: :::/::::::::"::::'v.'.::v.::,,.S three mewths All subscription payable la advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPABP. MANAGER. money by posttfflce order, money order, eapresa or draft, to the IowaState Bystas dbb Publishing Company. Conancnications muit tie written on one side ofCbe paper only and lie of interest to the pub la "Brevity is the »onl o( wit," remember We will not return re]-cted manuscript, nn la»aooompfcnied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Lowest prices—Mason's. Bead the Kimball Piano Co. removal Ad. Easter Sunday brought oat many new bats. Mr. Jobn Lemmen of Kock Island spent Easter in our city. "Prince" McClain returned from Kansas City last week. Robert Woods has been...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 April 1901

f.* I®1! 1 ^Vii 11V 15YSTAK JJV UYSTANDEIt 1'UM. CO. m:! MOI SES. I. & i'. railroad and it is expected that, in addition to the reception com mittee appointed in meet, tlie Chinese iininistcj that there will be a large 1.nniber of friends who reside in Des Moines that will also accompany the party. The G. A. ft. post, will be uni formed and will carry side arms and banners. A brass band will also ac company the excursion. The other committees are making arrangements to give Conger a hearty welcome. "A wonderful improvement has been made in the condition of the county asylums where the insane are kept in lie past year," said Judge Robinson, of the board of control, "l.nder the recent order of the board, the inspec tion of the county asylums lias been begun by the physicians from the state hospitals, 'i lie board has re ceived no formal report, so far. in fact, the physicians making the in spection have until July 1 to complete their report. lint, we icarn the coun ty hospitals th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 April 1901

There were gloves but on tho top letters, which gether drawer. -It's what object read the bo.v. straight A IPHETTy J» J, j* COMTAJVIOff By CHAPTER ^"There! then you heard me shut the drawer'"' said Mas in, with smiling sincerity. "Yes, miss. Mrs. Mortimer Is asking me for some certain rings that I've mislaid somewhere, and I rnuld almost have declared for certain that I had left them in that righthand drawer of yours before you came." -There were no rings there," said Janet"1 coldly. When M«!son Louis* "Bedford. V.—(Continued.) "Were you looking for anything, left the room Janetta opened the drawer and peered in. and handkerchiefs, vhich had evidently not been touched of all were Neville's Janetta kept bound to­ by elastic band. One of tliem had* been taken from the packet, and was half drawn and thrbwn from its envelope, back hastily into the very queer and uncomfortable,' thought Janetta. "I can't conceivc the girl has in wishing to my letters. She shall not have the privilege! I ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 April 1901

J:,. MUSCATINE NEWS. Xast Monday -afternoon. quite a "niimber took the train for Wilton to attend a birthday surprise party ou Mrs. Sidney Mayweather. The af fair was planned by her daughter, Mm. Ida Holbrook. The guests re turned on the midnight train re porting a splenica time, Miss Wary Atkinson of Muchaki nock is in the city, the guest of her V' cousin, Miss Lelia Johnson. Sunday was Easter and also qunr terly meeting. Presiding Elder 5 jiundy was present. An excellent sermon was preached toy Rev. Qor don at the morning service. At 1:30 o'clock the Sabbath school rendered an Easter prgram. At 3 o'clock S. P. Johnson preached an interesting scfttibn, lifter which sacrament, was adtoWitrtered: fti the.,.Vveitliig,. Elder Sttemptetf lo 'jj^ench byt ow- ing to a. severe cold was unable to finisfi lii^ discourse. Rev. Gordon came to his aid. The choir rendered a few Easter anthems. Miss Alice Maxey sang a beautiful solo, entitled "Calvary." Love feast and quarterly conference were he...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 April 1901

®CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. ^AT^^Trr8^ o'olocit fre«oW*» a^ «g jjatea pa8tor. Corner of Second and Center &E5nLA ^*tag 10:S0 «. m. Sunday Streets. PWCO Epworth Leaeue*t7 fijtwg** pP m. L. 1. Phillips. pastor. iM«n BsDtlit Church—Corner School First AM«n Lomaok pM#r, lKo.: Sunday school 6.83 p. preaoWngu.iw Hou8ten Young Superintendent: Piopie'a meetlnr 7 p. m, preaching 8DO p.m. w—East Second and Des Moines »-sSday services, preaching at 11:00 •"T Jl aT Sunday Sohool at 18 30. and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. ah 1% welcome. Bev. e. W. Holmes, pastor, MODes Moines strser. „„„„f vabo Baptist Church-E. Second Street. *S?ieen Lncust and Grand aveaue-Sunday ^vice nreachlng at 11 a. m. Sunday School supSflaWttdeiit, Roue JohnBon. gSUlng'itSP^tt- IMV. J.H Bell, pastor. •p*h«macle Baptist Church Mission-Situated irerMft East Locust street. Preaching 11 a, m? Sunday School 9:00 a.m. preachtng at ?p. Rev. J. R. Wlnoush, pastor. SECRET ORDERS. tfAvth star Lodge, No. 9, A, F. A. M.—Meets Firs...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 April 1901

Police Make Greatest Raid of Modern Times. PUNT FOUND IN BROOKLYN. L'futai of Swedish and Scotch Currency Aro Revealed—Notes of 100 Kroner and 90 Pound* the Principal O.unter •felts—Big Gamo iu Toll*. New York, April 12.—The discovery of a host of counterfeiting molds sought all over the world and the bringing to light of' tlie greatest and most complete plant for making spuri ous money ever discovered was the re sult of a raid made on a building in Grand avenue, Brooklyn, consequent upon tho capture of John A. Spoog. Chief Hazen regards the raid as the most important made since the origin of the secret service and says that in three European countries at least the results will be a matter of relief to the authorities. The long sought for plates for the 50-kroner notes of the Bank of Sweden and the 100-krotier notes of the Bank of Copenhagen were among those found, and the plates for the loss famous £20 note of the Bank of Scot land are at last in the hands of the authorities. Conte...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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