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THJ; KEUISTKK AM) LEADEU: THURSDAY .MOUSING, APRIL 16; 1914. 8 , nolr BotnrrtHv nlehts On the rlVS" ftWIC and Sunday at one of the larger parka. Iowa at Washington lorn Men In this way, they declare, it win -sible for practically every cltisen to real - V Ize something from the parka. ' CITY TO CONSIDER AMUSEMENT PLANS BY OPTOMETRISTS Boosters for Golf Links and Park Concerts to Present Demands. PUZZLE FOR COUNCIL Lack of Funds Will Make Compromise Necessary to Settle Dispute. The council will be asked next Tuesday to decide whether It avors band concert! In all of the narks and playgrounds or olf at Waveland and Grand View. At that time it will open bids for the upkeep of the public golf links. Representatives of the golfers of the city, favoring the expenditure of park funds on the links, and of the Chamber of Commerce, favoring the expenditure of more park money for concerts, will he present. Unless the council is able to make some radical economies it will be necessary either to put it up to the colters to pay for the maintenance of the links or to abandon an extensive musical programme and be content with a few .Sunday concerts. Last year the council spent a total of S.1.$75 on the golf links. Of this amount, 12,150 was expended at Waveland and $1,526 at Grand View. William McMurray had the contract for Waveland, and Thomas Edwards for Grand View, and the system waa very satisfactory The council will iprobably decide to let the work by contract rather than do It by day labor, In the event It decides to bear the expense this year. Only $850.75 was spent last year on concerts, principally on Sundays, and In the big parks, such as Greenwood, Union and Grand View. The business men advocating the extensive band concert programme do not attack the Idea of spending money to keep up the gol' links. They admit that there are hundreds of golf flayers who are benefited as a result of the expenditure of the park funds for the upkeep. But they say there are thousands who might be benefited by tha band concerts. They want it arranged so that during each week there will be concerts at auch places as Nash square. Bates park, Drake park. Roadside Settlement, South AMUSEMENTS. f WEEK COMMENCING lfftyfti SUNDAY, APRIL 19 MATINEE DAILY A MAGNIFICENT $100,000 PRODUCTION 0T THE LITERARY MASTERPIECE OF LES MHRMES 9 REELS 9 wA&cf James F, Baker, who has been conducting a Job office at Buxton, has concluded to enlarge and print a newspaper in Buxton. : , .. C. K. Wilson in the Marshalltown Times-Republican: There is a historic barn near Kldora on the big farm once owned by C. F. Clarkson, father of the well known Des. Moines family of newspaper publishers and politicians. The placs la now the property of Mr. T. H. Quick, but the big barn which the former owner completed In IStil is still In use. dt is aald to have been the temporary quarters of volunteer soldiers of the civil war who went to the front from this locality. At one time In later years there were 1W horses on the farm, and as many as 400 head of cattle have been kept on the place together. Once after a large number of cattle had been finished for market there was still about 40,000 bushels of corn left In the cribs on the farm. The candidates who are understood to be actively In the field for the Iowa City postofflra are Max Mayer, 8. A. Hwisher, 8. K. Carroll, T. K. Murphy and the possibility of W. J. Mc.Uonald and Robert McColllster. Inadvertently these gentlemen were named as candidates for the Vollmer succession. Commenting on the fact that Henry Vollmer will not run again, that Judge Wade hat one term In congress from the Second district, and has repeatedly declined to go back, and .loe l.ant of Davenport and George M. Curtis of Clinton, alao declined reelection, the Dubuque Herald concludes that "the Second district is apparently a mighty fine place to live." John tfammill of Hancock county, who was the state senator from that district during four years, was in Dm Moines yesterday on business. His friends predict his election to congress In 1!1. Amusements RI1RCI1KL Coming Friday matlneo (women only) and : evening, Saturday matinee and evening, April 1T-1X, "The Traffic" (special return engagement). Prices for evenlnas. 25c, 60c, 76c, II. Frl-dav matinee (women only), all Seat uOe. Saturday matinee, iSc, Wtc and 76c. Seats on sale now. Coming week starting Hunibiy matinee, April 19, Matinee dully. "Les .Miserable," In motion pictures. All seats '$c. Coming Friday evening, Saturday matinee, Saturday evening, May 1 and 'i, William Hodge In "The Road to Happiness." Box office announcement later. Box office open from 9 30 a. m. to 9 p. in. daily. Telephone Walnut 887. ORPHFCM Advanced vaudeville. Headlltier this week, Tameo Ka.llyama, the eelebrnted Japanese Callgraphlat and Mental Wonder. Two performances dul'y. Mutlnee at 2::, except Sundays and holidays at 3:00 p. m. F.very night at 8:90 o'clock, except Saturdays at ft: IS. Heats on sale seven days in advance. Box office open dally from a. ni. tji 10 p. m. Telephone. Walnut 1608 Nixt week, rir ,1 .....,h .....I Rlui.M.A Mli-hl. ,.H six other big acts. Prices always, 10c, 260, Hoc ana F.MPREBS Continuous vaudeville. Sullivan Consldlne circuit. Four performances daily, two every afternoon at l:4fi and 3::i. two every evening at 7:30 and 9:15. Prices: Matinees all seals (except Sundays), 10c; every evening and Holiday and holiday matinees, 10c, 15c and 20c. New show every Sunday and Thursday. Hill now playing headed by "Stage Door Johnnies' MAJKSTIC All this week. Nash Stock company In "Just Plain Polly." New play each week, starting Sunday matinee. Three performances daily except Sunday, when there will be four performances. Dally mutlnee at 3:30. Two matinees on Sunday at 1:48 and 3:M. Two performances every evening at 7:46 and 9:15. Prices, all matinees and evenings. 10c and 2Uc. Week of April 1ft, "On the Mexican Hordcr." WOODWARD WILL GRANT FRANCHISE TO INTERURBAN Volw Almost rnanlniotisly to Permit Kxtennlon of IJn to Epileptic, t'oluny. Woodward voted almost unanimously tu grant a franchise to the Interurban company for the extension of Its line to the site selected for the state epileptic colony five miles north of that town. The vote stood 19$ for to 5 against the proposition. , The persona who own the land being purchased hy tha state for tho colony location have filed a bond for J20.000 with tho board of control for the faithful performance of all the requirements of the sale. The extension of the Interurban line Is one of the conditions. The board probably will delegate some of Its members to go Pi New York, New Jersey, Kansas or some other state epileptic colony for the purpose of getting Ideas before the board undertakes to plan for t tie Iowa Institution. TliiHisanil.s CIihiikIiik; Purty Affiliation, Hays Chairman Wjilie. Thousands of changes of party affiliation to the bull moose party will be filed before the primary. J. H. Wylfto, chairman of the progressive state central committee, announced yesterday. Owing to the activity of republicans In trying to secure withdrawals of changes as soon as they are filed, the progressive leaders are holding hack the statements In large numbers, Mr. Wyllle declared. They ex-pent to file them In a bunch Just before the time for filing ends. WOULD KNOW HOW HE DIED Father of Herbert Zimmerman .Sends Detective to Investigate. It. J. Cochran of the McOuire & White detective agency of Chicago, arrived In Des Moines yesterday to Investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of Herbert L. Zimmerman, nrt Ames student and son of W. F. Zimmerman of Chicago. According to Detective Cochran his presence here Is the result of a desire on the part of the young man's father to determine the exact conditions under which the boy met his death. ENTER NOT GUILTY PLEAS It, . Young: aml.Iiert laiiig to Re Ttietl for Uohlicry, Pleas of not guilty were ontered by R. W. Toung of VOt Twenty-fourth street and Rort Long of 29S1 Cnpttol" avenue when arraigned in police court yesterday morning on a charge of highway robbery. Frank Bennlsbn of Carlisle claims' that the two men dragged him from tha rear door of tho Eagle pool hall and robbed him of They will he given a, preliminary hearing Friday, Their bonds were set at $1,000 each. SEWS FINGER TOGETHER Pearl Thompson, Tailor's Aswintant, Hurt In Power Machine. Miss Pearl Thompson of East Ninth and Fillmore streets, a tailor's assistant, stitched three finger of her right hand together in a power sewing machine Tuesday afternoon. After the accident she walked to the office of a physician. Xumes City's Delegates. Delegates to the conference at the office of Governor Clarke .Monday to consider plans for the Iowa representation at the Panama-Pacific exposition- were selected yesterday by Mayor Raima as follows: . . . U K. ilMi-bach. Charles KnRlcen. K. J. Kelly, Addison it. Parker, Clifford De Puy. George N. Frink, Iife Young, Jr., C. W. Huinniell and John W. Ray. RESIfJOL HEALS TORTURED SKIN How This Wonderful Ointment Ends ItchinK and Clears Away Eruptions. The soothing, heating medication In Restnol Ointment and Keslnol Soap penetrates every tiny pore of the skin, clears it of all Impurities, and stops itching and burning instantly. Reslnol speedily heals eczema, rashes, ringworm, and many other eruptions, and clears away disfiguring plmyles and blackheads, when other treatments prove worse than useless. Resinol la not an experiment. It la a doctor's prescription which proved so . wonderfully successful for skin troubles that It has been used by other doctors all over the country for nineteen year. No other treatment for the skin now More the public can show such a reoord of. professional approval. Every druggist tells Reslnol Ointment (60c and H.00). and Resinol Soap (26c); but for trial le, , free, write to Dept. 9-R, Resinol, Baltimore, Md. Avoid "substitutes." SPARED Expert Workmen Bent Materials Complete Equipment Enables . u a to turn out perfeot .vulcanizing Joba on all makes tires and tubes. FREE AIR Des Moines Rubber Tire Co. 814-18 E. Court Ave. Formerly Harrah Stewart MfB- Co. Complete stock Auto A Carriage Tires AMUSEMENTS. On Walnut Bet. 8th and 6th Sta. Presents the Internationally Famous Play Leah Kleschna The Story of a Woman's Regeneration. By the Noted Dramatist C. M. S. McLellan With the Distinguished " American Actress, Carlotta Willson In Motion Pictures Judge B. B. Ltndtey, the famous justice and criminologist, deelaraa that human nature la the same In every breast, and that If tha right appeal Is made to people who go astray, there Is always a chance to lead them "into the light." Thla humane theory Is advocated In tha famous play, ''Leah Kleschna," tha drama of a woman's redemption. "Leah. Kleschna" ascends far above the plane of the drama that merely Interests and thrills, Its directness, simplicity and power are (rreslstl--tie. Its moral la powerful, snd touches a responsive and sympathetic chord In the heart of all humanity. 1 OC Saturday 1 0C 3 Reel Special full of great excitement. See tha airships, lions, elephants, Jungle fights and savagei. "Won lii The Clouds" ..A sure thriller from start to fin. lah. A battle from an airship with wild men. Bomba thrown from airship destroy a village. A love story woven throughout. A thril-ling escape from a trap 0f flames. A fight for a diamond mine. A climax that fairly crashes. Don't tail to see this great feature. 5 Today Only 5c mvrv r Washington Bureau of of 1 ler, IS. The Keglster and Leader, WAbHlNUTON, V. C, April Once mora there was 4 delay today In the case of E, R. Moore, nominated for northern Iowa marshal. The expectation was that the senate Judiciary committee would take It up today and dispose of it, but Senator Nelson, who 1 on tha subcommittee In charge of the case, waa engaged In a speech on grain inspection. The Judiciary committee met, discussed the case a short time, and then put it over until next Wednesday. . President ; Pearson of the Iowa Slate college la here. He conferred with the Iowa senator today and visited tha department of agriculture. He want to have another county In Iowa aet apart for agricultural experiment work. C. W. Flpper of Dubuque has been appointed civil engineer In connection with the Interstate commerce commission. will give a moving picture show during the evening, exhibiting the methods of making watches, USE OF GASOLINE MUCH INCREASED IN PAST YEAR (rowing .Number of Automobiles in Stat Sends Fee Above 10,-OOO a Month. The use of gasoline In Iowa has made a tremendous gain within the last year, according to the reports of the oil inspectors submitted to Henry T. Saberson, chief clerk of the secretary of state's office. The fee for July, 1913, Jumped to the $10,000 level, and since then have not fallen below that mark during any month. The Increasing number of automobiles In the state is said to be the cause of the Increased consumption of the explosive. The records show the gain In fees, at the rate of 10 cents a barrel, Is more than $i',000 a month, Owing to the .popularity of the machines and their widespread use, the oil Inspectors have Instructions to use special care In Judging oils. Gasoline not up to the standard Is rejected, the officials ray. Mr. Saherson declares that the complaint of automoblllsts that gasoline Is adulterated with water is absolutely without foundation, for the reason tliat water and gasoline will not stay mixed. Nearly all of the complaints against the gasoline are due to the engine Instead, the chief clerk declares. "SPRING FROLIC" AT Y.M.C.A. Series of Entertainment Will Begin Tonight. A series of summer social entertainments for T. M. C. A. and T. W. C. A. members will begin tonight with a "spring frolic" arranged by J. F. Gray, member secretary of the men' association. Soventy-flve girls from the T. W. C. A. will be guests at a luncheon at which an equal number of young men will be present. An indoor tournament will be held In the gymnasium, and the evening will be spent in a social way. Constipation Poisons You, Dr. King's New Life Pills regulates your bowels, prevent constipation and stimulate the liver to healthy action. 25c. Adv. Your Immediate Needs In Office Equipment can be supplied today from our immense stock. One entire floor is given over to our display of Wood and Steel Devices, Desks, Chairs, Tables, Etc., and the wide variety is sure to contain just what your requirements demand. Just step in for ten minutes and view the extensive showing. Then whenever the need arises order from our lines. Terms of Credit Arranged Al4.-4ie-4l" -WALNUT-ST I When Napoleon Lost At Waterloo it is said tie Mad Indigestion A Pie Caused It. We wondered if he didn't have poor teeth. It's a sure thing we could fix up any thing wrong with teeth either Tilling, crowns, porcelains and bridges which, if they come from here, your food is properly masticated and your health improved. Get Into the Practice of Caring For Your Teeth We will do the best quality of work for you at the most reasonable prices. OUR PRICES MODERATE Sliver Fillings as low as SOo Gold Filings as low as $1.00 Gold Crowns as low as $3.00 Natural Enamel Crowns as low a $3.00 Brldgework aa low at ..$3.00 Sets of Teeth at low as $9.00 TUBBS & LEWIS Formerly known as NEW SYSTEM DENTISTS Over Seventh and Walnut Phone Walnut 2379. K A J I YAM A The Ambldtxtroi Japanese Writing Marvel. Eddie Leonard 4. Mabel Russell; Leo Csrrllloi Vvette; Bryan, Sumner o Co.; Ambler Brothers; Paul Gordon, "Heartt-Sellg Newt Pictorial" Prices lO-aS-W-TSe. Matinee DM (3J wrosows BY PAROLE BOARD Twenty-five , Convicts at Fort Madison Not to Be Sterilized. RULING BY COSSON Action on Attorney General's Recommendation Avoids Court Contest. I'pon the rcommon1a(lon of Attorney (Jnntral Covnon, tha state board of parole yeaterday afternoon rescinded Itii order for the sterilization of twenty-five convict In the Fort Madison penitentiary. Ttili action iu taken, owlna; to the ruling of the department of Jim'lce that there are no Inmates In the prlaoii who are affected by , the sterllWlon i.w whioh was adopted by the Thirty-fifth general assembly. ' ' Basing an action upon the order leaned several week ago by the board for the operation upon certain prisoner nt rort Madison, a tent of the constitutionality of the sterilisation law In the federal court wan scheduled to be made tomorrow. The prloonnra had banded together and employed attorney to resist the operation of the law. According to the attorney general, the board's withdrawal of the order yesterday leaven nothing to bo eonteeted In the rourts tomorrow. The attorney for the prisoners iay tliey want tho teat of the law to proceed anyway. Tho stale contend that there art no ' federal 'question Involved, and that there la no Issue. What view the court will take la not known. Tha sterilisation law provldei that prisoners who have been convicted twice of a felony may be rendered sterile by the etate for the good of society, The attorney general says that thla law does not become effective until there are prisoner In the penitentiary who have been twice convicted elnce the law wua enacted. There tiaa been auch a ehort time alnce the law was passed by the teneral assembly tliHt no criminals have been sent up twice within the period. The board of parolo was slow In surrendering the point, A conference was calM yesterday morning at which J. C Sanders, warden, and Ir. Phllpott, pliy-lnian at the Fort Madison prison, were called Into consultation with regard to the sterilisation of prisoner. The attorney genorsl was asked to give his views. He told the board that there Is no authority for the Issuance of the order In the first place and nothing to hack It up In the courts. A decision was not reached until afternoon when the board moved to reconsider Its former motion and laid the matter on the table. This killed the or-cr, COPIES 01- GOV. CLARKE'S TALKS SENT OVER STATE Pamphlet Containing Hi riMwlie mi Kxtenslon and Taxation J'lrst Campaign Ijtrature. Pamphlets containing Oovernar Clarke's sdiirisses on "Capitol Extension" and "Taxation In Iowa" are being sent out over the stale. Thla Is the first political literature to make Us appearance In tha H'H campnigu. Tho governor experts to open his primary campaign with a political address during the week of April 27. The booklets rtn cap'tol extension and taxation will explain these Issues and the governor will take up tne other state Issues, in his sd-di esses. Tomorrow the governor will dedicate the high school at Clear Luke. Next Monday he will meet with the commercial club representatives of the state at the cspltol for the purpose of planning for the representation of Iowa at the JBnania-r'arlflc exposition at Han Francisco In J81B, Next Tuesday, Wednesday and Tnursday he will denver addresses In Van fluren county on the ciipltol extension, by special request, to counteract the Rowley Influence. Senator Taylor Is rranglng for the meetings. CHINA SEEKS TEACHERS Ittr Heeelvtxl by ral(nt Kail Ask for Americans. The colleges and universities of China are seeking Instructors from the college of this country to teach the higher blanches of learning. If the letter received from Mltanglial, China, .by Presi dent. John A, Karl of ties Moines college In a sample of the urgent appeals for teachers made to other colleges. nwldent Karl has had posted In the hallway of the main college building fins Personal letter of appeal from a university In .Shanghai". The college authorities ask President Karl to recommend Instructors In political economy, pedagogy and t!ie natural sciences. INDICTED AS VOTE SELLER KiIhhtiI ItyMil AccuM'd of Soliciting Money In City ttliM'l ion, Kdtvard Tlyan. who whs arrested hy the police on election duv charged with so liciting money for votes was Indicted by the grand Jury yesterday. lie was trapped at the hcndnimrtem of W. f Mitchell and H. M. Galbraltli in the Equit able building at Sivth avenue and 1-hi-riist street, lie will be arraigned in criminal court tudity. IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR Port of San Praises Peruna for personal benefit received. San 'Francisco, January 6, MM. Alr. A. de la Torre,-Jr., formerly U. ' S. sJ"Kpector of Immigration, Tort of Kau Francisco, writes from Xo. 1111 1 Howell St., San Francisco, Cal.i "I take great pleasure. In recommending your ifrvat national calarrh cure. Peruna, as I he liest I ever used. 1 sincerely express wy thanks to you for the health which J wow enjov. It has Jone me and a nnm-ier of mv friends good, and I can ensure you that I shall take every opportunity to mpeitls In favor pf what I consider to lie the besf remedy for-catarrh In existence twin The Sioux City Tribune states definitely that Lieutenant Governor Harding, if reelected this year, will be a candidate for governor In mt. Where does Councilman Myerly stand an the question of Dallas and Melcher? The Madrid Roglster-Vews wonders who will first speak of Judge l.e s "Judicial poise" Just how strong Is the "Old Hull machine" on which Councilman Myerly has said that he depends? John E. WlchmaH of Gamer, one of the most prominent lawyers and politicians In Hancock county, was born at Oalena, III., April ID, IKS, and m lu today. WInterBflt Miidlsonlan: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Zeller returned last Haturday from their winter's sojourn at Citronelle, Ala., visiting on the way homo the historic battlefield of Khlloh. They report a most enjoyable winter, but are equally happy to get back to Iowa and among Iowa friends. H. H. Moshcr of Walnut will make the race for cmuross for the democrats of the Ninth district. Ills father, O. Mosher, was the candidate In 1912. Gordon Hayes of ted Onk positively refused to be a candidate. Referring to the candidacy of D. M. Kelleher of Fort Dodge for the democratic nomination for congress lu the Tenth district the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald says: "Mr. Kelleher Is the law partner of Maurice O'Connor and Henatnr Kenyon was formerly a member of their firm, ff an Informed person were to name the twelve lawyers standing first In their profession In Iowa he would Include among the 'number the names of Kelleher and O'Connor." MANY AGEMTS MEET FOR CONVENTION Great Western Accident Association Representatives Gather Here. NOTE GREAT INCREASE Room Where First Meeting Was Held Too Small Now. The thirteenth annual agents' convention and school of Instruction of the Great Western Accident association was called to order yesterday afternoon by President E. D. Hrlgham with nearly seventy-five agents present. In his annual address, Mr. Hrlgham called attention to the number of men present, and commented upon the Increasing business of the association. "I attended my first agents' convention in thla room ten years ago," he ald. "There wera only a few of us then, but now the room Is not large enough to hold us all. and It will be necessary to have a larger one tomorrow." It. D, Kmery conducted a aul on the subject of "The Policies We Hell." Only about one-third of the various types of policies were covered at the afternoon ses- lon and the nul will be continued this morning. Mr. Kmery told the agents of an important change In what is called the Oak Leaf policy, which pays benefits for disability from accident for twenty-four months, and from sickness for six months. Heretofore, the benefits have been paid only when the holder h.-ui been III for seven days or more, but this has been ciisnged so that he will be reimbursed for every day of his Illness. Heoretary C, O. Ing read the report of the last annual meeting and the following committees were appointed: Reception, 8. P. Barr, lies Moines, rhalr-man; A. 1,. Hobbs, Hioux City; S. 8. Hostetter, Kansas City; Miss M, H. Hills, Des Moines, and Miss Kffle Nut t. Des Moines. Runqiiet, H. B. Hawley, chairman; A. C. Westrom and W. O, Tallman, all of Des Moines. Social, Miss M. B. Hills and the ladles of the office force. Nomination, If. O. Wllhelm, Omaha, chairman; Virgil Nutt, Des Molnea; 8. H. Outwater, Denver. Resolution, O. M. Dllts, Ottumwa; J. H. Wes-coat, Charlton; A. Polklnghorn, Cherokee, Absent members, F. A. Mitchell, Cedar Rapids; J. It. Carrolliers, Lincoln; O. It. Chestnut, Omaha. Programme for the next meeting. R, D, Kmerj-, Des Moines; L. F. Wlnegar, Waterloo; N. D. Herd-linger, Omaha; C. A. Hpaythe, Kansas City; C. A. Heath, Des Moines. Last evening the ladles of the office force entertained tho agents at a reception In tli rooms of the association on the tenth floor of the Hubbell building. ,Thl morning Mr. Finery will continue hi quia. The regular subject for discussion will be "Claims" In the morning snd "The Canvass" In the afternoon. This evening the agents will be taken on an auto rlile seeing Des Moines. A meeting of the "Loyal Old tliiurd" composed of employes who have given at least five years' loyal service to the association will be held and new members Initiated. CUT TEACHERS' PAYROLL 1H' .Mollies School lioul'tl Plans to ' Itnluce Salitry IJi. The Des Moines school board plans to lessen the expenses of the district by reducing the salary list by combining several grade schools under one directorship. The board at Its meeting to be held next week will elect the corps of supervisors and principals. In districts In the city in which several grade buildings of lesser Importance are located tho board plana to place the group under the direction of principal, and thus save to the district the salary of one or more principals. . Allss Kllrahelh Culhertson, principal of Longfellow school, has resigned. No successor will be elected for the prlticlpal-ahip of this one school, b it u group of schools combined for general supervision. There will bo few changes In the corps of supervisors. The election of teachers will occur within the next three weeks. Give Comfort to Stout Persons. A good wholesome cathartic (hut lias a stimulating effect on the stomach, liver and bowels Is Foley Cathartic Tahlets. Thoroughly cleansing In action, they keep you regular with no griping and no unpleasant after effects. They remove that gassy distended feeling so uncomfortable to stout persons. For sale by all druggists. Advt. ' N0LEN HEART BALM CUT Judne Faliey at lndianoU Ketlucca t2.MK) Verdict. Judge Fahey at a night session of the district court at Indianolft Tuesday cut down the J12,(Vio damage verdict given by the Jury to Miss Mary Nolen In her breach of promise suit against William If. Cllenn, a Cunimiug banker, to 7,f0. The action was taken on tne ground that the verdict was excessive, and that the jury reached an agreement too quickly. C. A. Kobhlns, usslstunt attorney general, represented .Miss Nolen. It Is apparent that the banker Is willing to pay $7.iVi0 to end the suit, for his attorneys attacked the verdict only on the ground that It is excessive. Miss Nolen is given ten days to accept the revised verdict, fine will be granted a new trial 1f dissatisfied. She was a school toacher when the dimming banker is alleged to. have proposed to her. James McDonald of VVashta Reelected President for Third Term. JEWELERS ALSO BUSY Trade Topics Up for Discussion at Yesterday's Sessions. James McDonald of Washta was elected president of the Iowa State Optometrists' association at the annual election of officers held at the Auditorium yesterday afternoon. Mr. .McDonald is now entering upon his third term at the heud of Hie association. U. L, Goodale of Lenox was reelected secretary and treasurer of the association for his fifth term. Barney Raben of Davenport was elected vice president. II. N. Orim was reelected as a member of the board of directors. J. M. If. Hansen of Toledo was chosen by the association as a member of tha slate board of examiners. The following were nominated as members nf the state board, from which list the governor will select three members: H. K. Boughton of Eagle Urove. Thomas Buchanan of Waterloo, J. C. MacManua of perry, Herbert Dickinson of Snellburj and II. O. Smith of Knoxvlllc. Jeweler Elect Today. . The annual election of officers of the Iowa Wale Jewelers' association will be held today. C. H. Haney of Hampton, one of the leading members of thu association, has been suggested by many of the Jewelers as the next president of the association. Delegates to the Joint convention of the two associations, which convened at the Auditorium yesterday morning, were guests of the Chamber of Commerce last evening at a theater party at the Krn-press. An entertainment was held later In the Auditorium. A special programme of music, vaudeville and athletic exhibitions was provided. Delegates Welcomed. It was optometrists' day at the Joint convention yesterday. The Jeweler also had morning and afternoon sessions. Today has been designated as Jewelers' day and arrangements have been made tor special session of the optometrists. C. H. Haney of Hampton called the Joint meeting to order. Following vocal selections by Mrs. Maybelle Wagner. Shank, Mr. Haney welcomed the delegates. Responses were made by Fred Kdgar of Kldora In behalf of the Jewelers and J. W. McMasters of Cedar Rap-Ids in behalf of the optometrists. The seventeenth annual convention of the optometrists was called to order by President McDonald. Reports were submitted by George U Goodale, secretary-treasurer, and by A. J. Decker of Newton for the board of directors. Dr. W. B. Needles of Kansas City, representing the national association, conducted a aiies-tlon box, which was continued through a part of the afternoon session. Prices) Too Ixw. Retail jewelers are not receiving the prices that they should get, according to J. H. Leppcr of Mason City In his address before the Jewelers' meeting. , Mr. Lepper declared that the cost of labor and materlala-has advanced during the last decade, but the prices charged by Jewelers for repairs have remained stationary. He also urged the Jewelers to conduct their trade on a more businesslike basis. "It Is the general Impression of the public that the Jewelers get exorbitant prices and make big profits." said Mr. l.epper. "But uch Is not the case. In fact, the Jewelers do not realize as much profit from their business as other lines of trade. "I want those who are not getting living profits to go home and reorganize their selling system as fast as possible. We need it. We must have It and It is our Just due. Look at the socalled high cost of living. Are you responsible for It? No. Are you getting your share of the high prices? I should say not. Wages Much Higher. "I have been In the retail Jewelry business for twenty-five years and we are cleaning watches at IL.V), just as we did twenty-five years ago. The watchmakers or repairmen who received $15 a week then, -are getting $35 a week now. At that rate, we should be getting $2.0 for cleaning and we should charge for other repairs In proportion. You are paying more rent than you did twenty-five year ago. Labor of all kinds is higher, and manufacturer are grinding us down on profits on our goods. Living and taxes are higher." The Jewelers also held a general discussion of questions of Interest to the members of the association. Among them was the Owen-Greke bill regarding the fraudulent stamping of time guarantees In gold filled cases. To Diw uss Hteveng Mill. The Jewelers will have full sway at the convention today. During the morning session, there will be a discussion of the Stevens bill, now In congress, giving the manufacturers the right to fix the minimum retail price. During the afternoon session, Prof. Charles H. Waller of tha state university at Iowa City will give an address on "The Psychology of Advertising." Mack A. Hurlburt of Fort Dodge will give a report of the national convention. Thero will be a discussion of the employers" liability law and other questions. Officers, for the ensuing year will be elected. The optometrists will have two sessions today for the purpose of discussing subjects of interest. H. E. Boughton of Eagle Grove will lead the discussions. 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