The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1897 · Page 1
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j „, „, _....,.....,.... .....-,._.,., M -*-...,••• -,- •.' . • .-f •;_: . J r "'.' ''.'. T-VJ ' " """'..":.".".' AL&ONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1S97. -VOL* TO-DAY SENSATION 1M TflE HOUSE, Iowa Solons Seat- the Keadittg of a Lette? from Jftckwafi which Makes Them teed, Building atid Loan Lbbby at the Bettom of it--fUsunie of the Week's Legislative Wdtk. ing tbe cede wilt fee ready to repot i itt a few days and it is believed that they will recommetod that .the state edit. copyright and print its own" annotated code 4 also recommending penalties for anybody else who may tf fr to get up a code in competition. Chancellor Me* Oittln has his friends, and may be able to make a fight against the copyright. The proposition to print & plain code Without annotations also has its f rlettdSi .V-.-'&^ „ -•- f,;V3Sfji! The •' ;;•; Latest Thing§ Out i-p>^ X* tiki f and Green Vegetables at ML- Z. Grove & Son's. 102 E. State St. MOINES, March 23.—The great" est sensation of the session was sprung in the house on Wednesday while thd bill was pending regulating loan and building associations. Mr. Allen of Van Biiren offered an amendment prd* viding that when the executive council failed to approve the articles of In' corporation of a loan and building as* sociation the association could appeal to the district court of Polk county, The amendment also provided that any member of the executive council who is an officer in a loan and building association should be prohibited from sitting as a member of the council while examining articles .of incorporation. The amendment was due to the fact that Auditor McCarthy is president of a loan and building association and some of the associations have objected to his' so acting! While the Allen amendment was pending Mr. Lambert, SEMM.OOA1. NEWS UOTES, Judge Thomas got after the longstanding and mueh-dooketted cases at Spencer last week and notified the attorneys that unless they were brought to trial at once he Would order them struck off at plaintiff's cost. The News says a big saving in court expenses would follow, an object, it adds, that both judges have in view. •4- H- -4- The grand jury is after the Emmetsburg county jail. It recommends the county board to build a new one above ground and removed from ' the court house. •4- -1- -441 We note," says the West Bend Advance, " that friends of J. J. Ryan of Algona are booming him for the nomination for governor this fall. Should j Haviland are always found at our store. We; make a specialty of white ware for decorating. '^' .„ i, •-.£•*$ TBLBPHOKB 19. GEO. L'GALBRMTH & CO. CARRY A FULL LINE OF o ets, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Underwear, Gents' Furnishings, and in fact everything to be had in a first- ' _. _ — __v <v , mTX-vrr^ T"»T> the democratic member from Jackson, read a portion of a,,, confidential letter written by OceB. Jaokman, secretary of the Iowa Savings and Loan association, Auditor McCarthy's company. Mr. Jackman's letter was addressed to officers of other loan and building associations in the state accounting for the money which they had subscribed to assist in promoting the passage of the law that was enacted a year ago. The associations had contributed from $26 to $400 each, making an aggregate of $2,395. It seems that Mr. Jackman and dr. George A. Quimby had been placed in charge of this legislation. Ylr. Jackman in his letter claimed to i.ave been instrumental in securing a speaker favorable to building and loan egislation, and .set up other claims as to what he had accomplished by the .obbyists. In his itemized expend- :tures he does not claim to have paid one dollar to any member of the legislature. The letter was read under peculiar circumstances; Mr. Lambert said he simply desired to promote .the passage of the amendment by criticis- ing Auditor McCarthy, whose company had contributed .$400 to the campaign fund. Speaker Byers, feeling that he had been reflected upon by Mr. Jackman's letter, demanded the fullest investigation, announcing that he was ready to resign pending the • investigation. He also introduced a resolution calling for an investigating committee of three from the house and three from the senate. The resolution was adopted and a committee consisting of the following was later on appointed: Sena- 'he be nominated we predict that every- Langdbn & Hudsotjiji O . •":•.•*' "&fM body in this locality would forget politics and vote for By an." '•• , ;••.'' '.•• -»- 4- -(The Spencer News compliments two Algona attorneys: Geo. E. Clarke, the pioneer lawyer of Algona and nortb,- west Iowa in general, looked after his client's interests in the district court here last week. Mri Clarke has been a familiar figure in our courts for the last 25 years... v . J. W. Sullivan, a leading member of the Algona bar, and whose practice extends into many of the neighboring counties, was in Spencer last week on business in the district court. • ,. .• . •+•-»••*• The West Bend Journal says the Algona people "are not half bad, it is only a few who give the town its worst reputation." These few, we judgefrom the Journal, are the purchasers from traveling store peddlers and "sich." ' TELEPHONE C. J. Sells all package coffees per £ O. J. DUTTOK class store. Our prices are UNDERSOLD. the lowest. WE WILL NOT BE Father Tierny comes to Whittemore from Spencer highly spoken of by the press.. The News says: Father Tierney, by his enlightened, liberal, and consistent course has made many friends here, all of whom wish him the greatest possible success in his new field of labor. IRVINGTON, IOWA., •J-4 .-}.- '.&, s* ,-$ ,'f.f'« ', 'i-^i • '^ .. *O,«f /^ll 1 -i U<ft>J G. L. Galbraith & Co. cjgfe Special ^CaroU Chamber Suits, Sideboards and Couches. Don't fail to see the new Acme Hygienic Coucn. BUY HARDWARE AT HOBART Of THORN & JONES. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO UP-TO-DATE. MERCHANTS You can buy more for one dollar with us than any other place. HEADQUARTERS FOR COAL, AND &UNO.B COUNTER, opposite Kos&utb Opuijty fcanfc, for ' JfSJVlS «W4 Ivnckes serve* ft* * u i«ws, • Don't Forget that we always have on hand all kinds of grain and ground feed, bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices 5 also tors Mitchell, Perrin and Harper, Rep resentatives Weaver, Temple and By ington. . .: , • . The general opinion in regard to this entire loan and building affair is ihat Jackman found that he had a soft snap as a lobbyist a year ago and also 'ound that he could make it appear to the other companies that it was necessary to contribute to maintain a lobby. It seems that on the 15th of March, this year, he sent out another letter to the other companies of the state asking them to contribute to a fund to maintain a lobby to beat that section of the senate revenue bill taxing loan and building associations. The only effect of the Jaokman explosions will be to cause that particular section of the revenue bill attacked to go through the house without even a show of opposition. -h *h -f" The senate revenue .bill, on which Senator Funk's ways and means committee has worked. for many weeks, passed the senate on Friday. The bill was not particularly changed by'amend ment, certainly not to its detriment. Senators best informed as to the scope of the measure firmly .believe that under its provisions there will be no cause for complaint on the part of those who fairly pay their taxes. Appro- tension on &e part of farmers and others who are now taxed enough is without foundation, The attempt to arouse opposition in this direction is clearly the result of misinformation or a desire to use farmers' influence to selfish ends, WWle exactjustioe payer ia s apd never will be 'flope ip the statutes iu relatiop *° 1 . r fy? n " e A * are groupds for ibe bejie.1 that the that has just passed the penate is the 'airest that ever passed ap Iowa legis-, iature, While it demapds proper COR- rib'utiop to the expepses of goverp- ^fr^moa^JWw^tt.lJLPS* intended to J.E. Jenkins of the Estherville Ke- publican, son of one of Emmet county's pioneers, is slated for deputy auditor of the war department at Washington. The salary is $2,500, and Ed. will revel in the delights of official life for four years. He begins May 22, and his appointment is universally commended. •+• H- H- Clear Lake has a church sensation: Dr. Wilson, pastor of theM. E. church, has resigned. Domestic troubles seem to have been the cause. It is stated that his wife has left h'im. Presiding Elder Yetter has arranged for a tern porary supply of the pulpit. He is one of the most eloquent and able preachers in the Northwest Iowa conference. Latest in Spring Poetry. My Irtend aid come and I did trust I lost my Wend, likewise his custom, To lose ray Wend It grlev Move to Central North Dakota; ^ -THE *m ,-, w.$ *$$ r -m ,^P j<vrt lmf m TO IOBB ray iwouu it grieves me sore, So I've resolved to trust no more, CUBE FOB HEADACHE, As a remedy for all forms, of headache Electric Bitters has proved to. be the very best. 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