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AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
toos Falling Hair
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chlorld. capsicum, sage, alcohol, water, perfume Not a single
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DR. WHOP OF BOSTON LECTURES
tendents of schools was there also,
dressed similarly, but not anything
occurred that could be construed as
a violation of propriety. There was
no smoking, no swearing; the boys
were trusted to conduct themselves
properly and they did so."
We regret that Bpace will not per
mit us to give more details on the
good points brought to the audience.
The teacher who failed to hear this
discourse missed an opportunity to
catch a broader view of the problems
coming up daily, that will not be
given again this year. The lecture
was replete with thought that would
help parents as well as teachers.
hi ii phri.ee mi
Talk Moat Entertainingly on the New Uplift Movement That It
Creating Better Condition! Throughout Country
Anton Nitka went to Omaha to
arrange the funeral of ftlllanTjMay
all which will occur tomorrow.
Mr. Nltka says the Journal was In
error In stating that Mr. Mayall was
tending bar as he had not done any
thing of the kind for over two years.
At the time of his death, Mr. Mayall
was employed as wood worker In a
Last evening Dr. Wlnshop of Pos
ton. an educator and Journalist of re
nown, delivered one of the best, If
tot the best lecture It has ever been
the good fortune of the Plattsmouth
people to hear. Before the lecture
began a piano number was played by
Miss Eva Allison after which County
Superintendent Miss Mary Foster In
troduced the speaker who she said
ould deliver a lecture on "Rascals
and Saints." Dr. Wlnshop's Introduc
tory got the attention of the audience
and for nearly two hours he was list
ened to with the closest attention.
There has never been a man on the
lecture platform In Plattsmouth who
was listened to with deeper Interest
than was the lecturer of last night.
He said In part: "That although
the earth was Bald to be 55,000,000
year old, yet the origin of man can
only be traced back 6,000 years, and
it was difficult to trace civilization
tack over 400 years. That 100 years
ago civilization was confined to the
Udawaters of Europe and along the
western shore of the Atlantic ocean.
150 years ago there was no machin
ery, the inventive genius of man, had
tot developed perceptably. 100 years
ago all hardware was made by band.
Not bo many years ago the speaker
visited at a house In Michigan, one of
the newer states, and every nail in
the building had been hand made.
At that time the shingles and clap-
"boards covering the bouses were
made by hand. While at the present
day there were 44,000 articles sch
eduled In hardware alone, not made
"Further, developing the thought
the world's progress and the rapid
development In civilization, the
tpeaker said, 'that his father had
been dead twelve years, but that
when he was born there were none
of the modern utilities in use. When
the speaker was born there was no
Atlantic cable and no railway of any
length. When his son was born there
was no typewriter, and no telephone.
'When his other son was born there
was no wireless telegraphy and no
automobile,' Here the speaker re
ferred to bis lecture at the afternoon
esslon of the institute In which he
bad Bpoken of the "new boy," and
stated that the development of mor
al sentiment had witnessed as great
strides forward within the past few
years as had the material interests
ot the people. That rascals are the
boys who have fallen short in moral
"In common parlance rascals are
the other fellows and we are the
saints. If you are a Democrat, then
the Republicans are rascals, and vlcl
versa; If you poor the rich are ras
cals; If rich, then the poor are ras
"The speaker then placed the In
vestigations of Mr. Dugdale, an ex
pert on criminology, before his audi
ence. Reciting how be had found a
member of the family of Max Duke In
each of five prisons visited. And on
tracing the ancestry back, there nev
cr had been a member of the family
that got above the 6th grade
school and never one who had owne
his own homo. Many of the ilea
cendants of Max had been murder
era, all of them more or less addlcte
to the use of liquor.
sash and door factory. The deceased
The speaker, a member of the club, leaves a father and mother and
was assigned as a topic for an essay, brothers and sisters in London, Eng-
"Jonathan Edwards." On Investiga- land, who will be notified of his
tlon of his subject the speaker found death as Boon as their address can
that Jonathan Edwards was born In be learned.
New England about the same time Mrs. W. S. Coates and daughter,
that Max Duke was born In New Miss Rheda, arrived from Galesburg
York. There was not a member of today and have made arrangements i UerunuinK Hond Int and Bonds
. I M , III, . - I In I. 1L. 1 I.I .1 II. ln .,n ll'n ..mnlnn I - t HnU 2 J . . .
OTIIK Of IlKfKHEKV S W.K.
Notice Is hereby jciven that by virtue
of an order of court made by t lie Hon.
Harvey l. Travis. Judge of the district
court. In and for Caxa county, mate of
SebraMka, In a null pending therein,
wherein Sarah Matilda I'eteruon Is
plaintiff and John Albert Hauer, et al.
are defendant, which order wan alien
ed and entered on the 30th day of July,
110, confirming th report of the re
feree and to make the aale of such
land involved therein without unnecea
nary delay and in the manner and form
a if aold by the sheriff upon execution.
In purauance thereto, we. the under
HlKried retereen, will sell at public auc
tion to the hlarheKt bidder for cash, at
the south front door of the court houne
in the city of Plattsmouth, In ald
county, on the 10th day of September,
1S10, at 1 o'clock p. m., of aald day,
the following described real estate to
wit, The northwest quarter (contain
ing 1697-100 acres) and the aouthwest
quarter of the northeast quarter, all In
section 30, township 11, range 11, east
of the p. m. In aaid Cass county, Ne
braska, containing 209 87-100 acrea
more or less.
8a Id sale will be held open one hour
and at the time of declaring the bid,
20 per cent of the purchase price must
be paid and the balance of auch pur
chase money shall be paid upon the
confirmation of the aale by the court,
and the making of the deed.
Dated this 4th day of August, 1910.
U. O. Dwyer.
J. 8. LIVINGSTON,
TO LOWER RATES
Board Finds Against Southern
Lines in Lumber Case.
ARKANSAS CYPRESS CHEAPER.
Missouri Pacific and Iron Mountain
Roads Affected Reduction Made on
Shipments From Gteason to Nebras
ka and Iowa Points Carload Lots
Washington, Aug. 11. The inter
state commerce commission in a de
cision rendered in the complaint of
the Freeman Lumber company against
the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern and the Missouri Pacific
It ordained by the mayor and railway companies charging excessive
unctl of the city of Plattsmoutti, "B"WJJ h,nnH in
.i.. rntps on cvDress lumber snipped in
OHDINAMK AO. 4N0.
AN ORDINANCE lKOVIIING FOR
TUB LKVY OF CITY TAX ICS FOH
THK FISCAL, YEAH 1910-1911
cuy council oi me ciijr ui j hubniuuiu, , ,u. .li.j
Nebraska: rates on cypress lumber bhipped
.section l. That there be and hereby carloads from Gleason, Ark., to points
Is levied upon each dollar of assessed ,ii i,o and No.
r.r .ii h,u i.miriv. rHi in Kansas. Missouri, Iowa ana re-
oersonal and mixed within the corpor- hrasltn held In favor of the complain'
ate limits of the city of l'lattsmouth, .......j ,hat the above named
iia of NeiuHsica. not exemot from tax- ants and ordered tnai tne aoove nameu
ation by the laws of the said atate, the defendants establish on or before the
following taxed, to-wit: fl. j.. nv,r iQin and main.
(ieneral Fund 5 mills uaJ vlu""" "
tain In force thereafter during a pe
riod of not less than two years,
rates for the transportation of cypress
lumber in carloads, minimum weight
not to exceed 30,000 pounds, from
Gleason, Ark., to the points named,
as follows, that shall not exceed the
the family, eiiner in Europe or in for tne Dunai or Air. Mayan s remains Flre Hvtrant Cental 7
America but owned his own home. hn the Coates family lot in Oak 11111 KVund'1 "ml
lie found memebers of the Edwards cemetery tomorrow morning from i-uhiic Library 14 mill
family at the head of governmental the Burlington station at' 8 o'clock. Kr"J Hr'tment' V.'.V. V. '.4.,rn 11"
affairs wherever they were situated. Canon Burgess of St Luke's Eplsco- street LiKhting Fund..! 3 mills
.... . . ... Sink nir Fund 6 mills
300 of the 1500 traced, had been eoi- pa church will conduct a snort serv- section 2. That In addition to said rate8 Bpecifled therein.
lege graduates and thirteen of them re at the grave. Mrs. Coates brought l"ZieTxwonLTLn7 every able From Gleason, Ark., to Kansas City.
had been college presidents. He the remains of her mother here last bodied male resident of said city not Mo., 18 cents per 100 pounds,
found that the cotton gin waB the February and interred them beside p0 alx uwh'("h 8,an be paid in cash AH points between and including
invention of a relative of Jonathan her father and Mr. Mayall having or by tw day w,0Ik upon the streets Coffeyvllle and Joplin, Mo., 18 cents
.... ..... o" said city at the rate of SI.dO per 1ft.
fit war do Aftnr Rpttln? Off these hon on Aid frlond flf th family. Hot Wiw.h unrli In Via rtnno nurunnnll V PCf 1W pOUnUS.
two families, one against the other, and havlng no blood relatives here, fT" XVot taxes K'aty'i!
th anpaker stated that thlrtv Years Mrn rnta and dauehter have come hereby made shall be for the use of roTl BCO" ua ,0 ""J
ago It had not occurred to any one to look after Mr. MayaU's funeral.
that conditions making the Dukes
family possible, could be corrected.
"Today, on every hand, one hears
of reforms for the betterment or
moral conditions. Graft has not In
creased but the public conscience
has been awakened. Graft la not
said city for the final year commenc
ing August, 1S10.
cents ner 100 pounds.
Leavenworth and Atchison, Kan.,
Section 4. That this ordinance shall . . " ' ' , '
full force and effect from and af- ana St. LOUIS, mo., 13 cents per iuu
Killed m Dor.
This morning while D. C. Morgan
and Dr. Cummins were making a
flying trip over the county distribut
ing the sample ballots for the pri
ter its passage, approval and publi
cation according to law
rassed and approved this 25th day of
Attest: JOHN r. SATTLKR,
W. B. KLSTEIt. Mayor.
BLACK HAND THREAT ALLEGED
Omaha and Lincoln, Neb., and Coun
cil Bluffs, la., 21V4 cents per 100 pounds.
WAR OF FIGURES OVER RATES
iiDmvlvrv V(, Atut
as they were coming out 01 an ordinance creating and
MAI.NTA1N1NU A S1NKI.NK FUND
TO PAY OFF THE OUTSTANDING
BONDS OF THE CITY OF PLATT8
MOUTH, NEBRASKA, WHEN SUCH
BONDS BKCOME DUE AND PAY
ABLE IN THE YEAH 1819, AND FOR
more common now than at former Eagle Bhortiy aner breakfast, a small
periods of the worlds nistory, out dog came bristling out and undertook
the conscience or tne people is quicK- tQ butt the doctor-g touring car off
ened. In the state of Massacbusetta t k The owner of the dog
within the experience of the speaker, gtood ,n the yard and ag far ag the
It had occurred a long time ago that occupants or the car could tell made
a man would get Into politics be- vam h H..Rtr which
cause he wanted to get his daughter Lvertook the cantne. 0n came the ffismouthb"1 that' theby 1. lelvea and are being used oa both
into the BCboolB as teacher. Less .111, btmdA aiM month M'lattsmouth. Nebraska that thereby and sides as the basis of charges of un-
. . , I ""6 "" 1 hereby la created a fund known to be . , t,ii.j ,,Hvc a ft or
than twentv-nve vears bko a man In u . ..j ..Thnn mnuin.r ir.,nH" n- th. fairness.' Railroad executives, auer
..k .... . h f ireicueu pWiniof "the bondei l lndebtisagai havlnc had their statements and fir
lut - " "' says "giving tongue," aiso on weni ,t gajd city which matures in the year . p..,ond for years ae adopt-
the board would not vote to employ 1W kn , mt isis. ures Questioned lor years, a aaopv
I l Li D Km l BUU n U v v w - -
Railroad Executives and Shippers In
Chicago, Aug. 11. The controversy
between the rallroadB and the ship-
the investment OF such fund pers over proposed advances la ireignt
and accumalatinu iNTEKKST rates Is develop ng a war or statia-
THEREON UNTII THE MATUMTY !. " . JL. ... .
OF SUCH BONDS. UC8. some OI uebB wuuor imi uub
Section 1. Be It ordained by the the direct ouestion Of the rates uen
teacher unless she would board at . t th. do Dead!
uriiln nl.A ri.alvnatoH nrlc I . . 1 . 1 j I of making the annual aDDroDrlation
--o" -that la tne report, mougn xne uaru- bm, levy Uch sums for auch alnklnir
S.rtlon 9 That th. aA mavnr anrf In a IIPW tftck and are DlCKinK UaWB
eu cuy council snail annuany at tne time tne gtatistlCS used against tnem,
Follow In z a statement by B. L.
per week which waa fifty cents mor kearted occupants of the auto never funds as might be deemed Just and winchell, president of the Frisco sye-
per week tnan tne teacner coum gei h,tated t0 flnd out if they could be ieVy shall not in anv one year exceed tem, that shippers were using figures
It, at any good boarding house, and L. ...i,..,.,.. the owner 0f ten..m'"" on the dollar of assessed vai- to tell only half trutns, President
.. .. ... . m .-I"-" " lunnuii
tne scnooi noara man tnreaieneu to the faen her0 guch accident8 are
revoke the certificate of the teacher
when she changed her boarding
place on the ground that she was
not of good moral character, because
she did not keep her contract.
'The speaker then referred to . . . . u whkh wlll be solely and only as herein provided for NERVOUS TRADE IN WHEAT
the many movements for the Improve- ft ...x .reeat,on hard to excel. "Section0 4 "That when a r..onw
ments or conditions or criminal cjass. .... . th npimnl7atlon U new a"10"" Has accumulated in said fund Heavy Receipts at cmcago onsei oy
. t,. n.j.... . Although tne organization is new, ,t .ha be the duty of the m and 7 .
iieierring iu juuKo wen kiuuw, "' the players are experts at the art. city council of said city to loan the BUlltsn Ude new-.
Chicago, Aug. 10. It was a nervous
t anv time trndo in wheat all day, wltn prices
Section 5. That ail interest collected Movement of loaded cars to elevators
here was ceaseless and weighed on
the market, but on the other hand ca-
Denver, the greatest of the hundred
or more reformers now seeking to
Improve society. Judge Llndsey
was commended for his Interpreta
tion of the criminal law and for tak-
apt to occur, and, though sad, have
to be endured.
New Orchestra Organized.
A new orchestra had Just been or-
Seitlon 3 Thut th mnvnr unA rltv UaHUS Miller OI IDO uuriiuiuu ,r
council of said city may by a two- tem gave out a statement denying a
thirds vote of the members of auch . . nf.-vi..,.. a.rdltd to
council transfer to such sinking fund r"Port from Washington accredited to
money rrom any other funds in said experts OI tne commission wai tuo
city which may have accumulated and rnBrt vav. heen lueclInK their ao
are not otherwise appropriated and roaas DBVe Deen JueB" lu-lr
when euch money Is once transfered to counts.
such sinking fund, It shall become
part of that fund and can be used
... ... . . . , U 11 t'.-ii nipi HiuiliiaKO upiull 1UIIII
Mr. L. D. Hiatt Is the manager OI tne hands within Cass county, Nebraska.
new organization and he has Just "' ""'?."" hal'nev.er.
rxcrru loriy per cent or tne rair, con- I l. -1, -j fnrth nvor a narrow ranee.
..nl fni. 1Q nf nw music servatlve cash value of unch lanH. back and lortn Over a narrow rauBo.
Attest: JOHN P. SATTLKR,
W. B. EI.STETt. Mayor.
. . . j I nei
covering an 01 me popular anu up lipon kbM inkln fund iOBn. or otner
j.t. DiHrvQ Thor. will ha at wise shall be paid Into auch fund upon
nr th dnrollrt hnv nut nf th rrlm- . ... lMe collection of the same and become
ing tne aerenct uoy out 01 me enm pleceg ln tne orChestra as follows: part of such fund.
lnal court and placing him In the i.-jh Rr rtnnhl hasa- Gus Thla ordinance shall be In full force
. Frank Janda, tr., aouDie dbss, uus n(1 effert from Bnd .fter ,, ,,,..
probate court. nttAn .ornnil vlnlln: .lamps Bird, and approval a required bylaw.
-n, Wln.Un lun rfcrrd tA tho . "d approved this 25th day of
' . -" . . . . v 1 cornel, rraua jaiiua, ji., iiumuwuo, juiy,
'Junior Republic," a movement Cyril Janda, first violin; L. D. Hlatt,
started in New York which only I clarionet. The orchestra makes H'b
deals with the "toughest" boys In the nltlai appearance next Saturday ev-
clty, where the government Is wholly enlng at the Catholic Sokol hall.
administered by the boys themselves, Thoge wn0 wgh to engage the orches-
and their laws are made by their own tra shou(j can on jr. L. D. Hlatt.
lawmakers and the violators punished
by the courts of the Republic, lie
gave specific examples where the
"toughest boys had come through and
became the best of citizens.
01iniAN(E 5iO. 4H2.
AK'VITAT. APPrtOPrtlATION BILL.
Ha It nrrin Inert bv the mayor and
city council of the city of riattsmouth,
Nebraska. . .
Section 1. That there ta ann nereny
Is annrnorlated from the funds of the
laundry Changes llanls. said city of Plattsmouth to defray the
. . . I Av.iAnua .nil llahllltliia tT HH (I PIIV IOT
A deal was carried out today which tlie enm,mir fiscal year the following
irlvu Tnm SnmrnvM th nwnershln sums of money, as follows, to-wlt:
..o . " Mayor I
ble news was bullish ana mere ap
peared some chance for export sales.
The close showed a net decline or Q
Vic for the September option, V4c less
for December, with May at exacuy
last nighfe level. A final gain of a
shade to c was the record in corn.
Wheat Sept., $1.011.01; Dec,
$1.04; May, $1.09.
Corn Sept., estfGS'W; Dec. duc
Oats Sept., 3636c; Dec, 38c,
Pork Sept., $21.12; Jan., $18.10.
Lard Sept., $11.55; Jan., $11.20.
Ribs Sept., $11.42; Jan., $9.47.
Omaha Cash Prices.
Omaha, Aug. 10. Wheat lc lower;
Italian Causes Arrest of Two Fellow
Countrymen at Des Moines.
Des Moines, Aug. 11. Detective
and police believe that cold blooded
murder was prevented by a trap set by
the police, resulting In the capture of
two Italians, who are alleged to have
been the principals in a plot to extort
money under penalty of death. The
names of the men captured are Grae
tono Gigllotte and Frank Cbiodo.
Complaint was entered at police'
headquarters by an Italian boy of
eighteen years, Frank Cerry, whe
claimed he had been harassed during
the past three or four days by two
Italians, who demanded that he pay
$20 cash Initiation fee into what they
called the "Lodge of the Black Hand."
under penalty of death for refusal.
INSPECT IOWA HIGHWAYS
Governor Carroll Will Spend Three-
Days on Trip Across State.
Council Bluffs, la., Aug. 11. Govern
or Carroll, State Treasurer Morrow
and the members of the Iowa high
way commission left this morning in.
automobiles for an inspection of the
rlver-to-rlver road, a dragged highway
3R0 miles long, extending from Coun
cil Bluffs through Des Moines to Dav
enport. The inspection will consume
NOW INR1GHT MIND
Mrs. Jacob Krelger of Red Oak.
Reunited to Family.
Red Oak, la., Aug. 11. Mrs. Jacob.
Krelger, who for tne last twenty-one
years has been immolated in the Clar
inda asylum among the Incurably in
sane pateitnts at that institution, is
now fully recovered.
At the time of her being taken.
there she bad been suffering from a
form of religious dementia, and her
husband thought a season at that
place would restore her mind to it
normal condition, but as time went
on his hopes were doomed to disap
pointment and physicians gradually
came to the conclusion that she was-
Four young children, three girls and
a little boy, were thus bereft of a
mother's care, and as the years went
by and the mother grew steadily
worse, they came to think of ber aa
almost lost to them. The family
grew up, scattered and married. The
eldest daughter, bow Mrs. Edward.
Swlger, living near Red Oak, and a.
woman of middle age, has In her homo
the mother, fully restored to ber right
About a year ago the physicians at
the Clarinda hospital noticed that
Mrs. Krleger'B mind showed periods of
lucidity, and the periods gradually
grew longer until finally the woman
was placed In a probationary cottage,
where she speedily recovered sanity.
When tbo dazed woman began to pick
up the broken threads of her life, it
was gradually broken to ber what
changes had come to her family. When
her two daughters living near Red
Oak came to visit her for the first
time after her recovery she met them
timidly and with a strangeness born
of the twenty-one years' separation,
hardly able to believe they were the
little girls she left bo many years ago.
Now she is the center of the house
hold of her oldest daughter, and the
aged husband Is on his way from
Washington to make the family circle
of the Plattsmouth Steam laundry. City Coum-ll
"He referred to the movement In Durchacd the entire plant with f' 12
Toledo where he delivered the dedl- the good wlll of the concem from nt Attorney 2BJ.J0 " ' ? No 3 hard 94
...,..v . j,r Abbott. Mr. seagraves is a uvo police i.ruu.vu
on the occasion of the completion of youn(5 buBlneB8 man and wlll put in Wjj JX1""..?.
96c Corn c lower; ino. z wnue,
filffffilUc: No. 3 white, eiOlc; No.
a building for the boys costing over gome new machinery and whatever frintin ...."I"'.""'.".;;'. imuio U yellow, 59'iC0c; No. 3 yellow, 59Vi
$110.00(1. The speaker detailed .,,.. nro nf1,,Pd to make the Plant L" ,'7 ' ' .Snooo fir59c; No. 2, 59'459c; jso. a, t.9
- "",n .n . . , . XT- O ...kit a
Strong Healthy Women
11 a woman is strong and healthy In womanly way, moth
erhood meant to her but little tufl'erinit. The trouble lies
in the fact that the many women sulTcr from weakne and
c!ieie o( the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted .
lor motherhood. This can be remedied.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Cures th weaknesses and disorders of women.
It acts directly on the delicate and important
organs eonoerned in motherhood, making them
healthy, strong, vigorous, virile and clmtio.
'Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions ol the
period of expectancy nnd makes huhy't advent easy and
Imott oainless. I. -liokrni and vitalizes the feminine
-organs, and in Air..; c nnd robust baby, Thousands ol women have
tcilified to its 1 m-irvalvii . ,i:s.
It Mak ' i Strong. It Makei Sick Women Well.
lionet! ' no uut ui'ii-r substitutes, and urgo them upon you at "juit
s good," .ept no secret nostrum in place of tliii non-trcrtt remedy. It
contains not d drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-dirming or injurious
tirug. It a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American rood.
picnic or J.ouu ot tiiese noys wnicti . , , every ,wr,cuiftr. Mr,
was given stnentccn miles from To- S(llRraveB B won known ln the com
ledo at which there was not a police- munlty and wm bfi found an accom
man. irue, tne cnier was present ni0(lfttniJ eontleman to deal with
I in citizens clonics anu tne Biiperin
l'ull l ire Ixtss.
J. I'. Falter ycHterdoy received
from the Aetna Fire Insurance com
pany a check for $200 In payment of
flro loss on Max Duda's barn which
burned some time ago. The loss was
paid within a few days after receiv-
1. 1 l.rii ry
Klre Jlydrnnt Ttontnl
Klre I i.pnrtment
IIi'Tnnillnir and ltomls Int. nnd
KoikIs 21 and '-'2
Street LlhtlnK Fund
fion.no (ff spiic. Oats '.c lower; No. 3 white,
3.bi:o 34Cf35c; No. 3 yellow, 32KB33C.
2HS.00 ' .. . . ...
South omana Live oiock
i'rSooS South Omaha. Aug. lO.-Cattle-Re-
kinkinff Kund 2.500.00 cept9, 4.S02; 10c higher; beef steers,
cei'lll.n h. 1 nil 111 Milium r riittii uc in
force from and after Its piiKtmKP. sp
nrovul and nulillcatlon according to
("nsped nnd approved this Z&th ony or
Attest: joii.n r. h. rri.i'Mt.
W. It. KI.PTKH. Mayor,
NOT DELAYED BY STRIKE
Clerks Get Up Steam and Adriatic
Picks Up Hundred Stokes Off Wight
Southampton, England, Aug. 11.
The steamer Adriatic sailed for New
York puctually at noon, somewhat to
the surprise of the striking firemen,
who were confident that the company
would be unable to find stokers.
The White Star line officials used
a bit of strategy. Office clerks and
other shore employees were put
aboard the ship to help get up steam,
after which the Adriatic gently
dropped down the Solent and picked
up 100 firemen, who had' been held ln
waiting off the Isle of Wight. The
stoke hole complement was thus made
complete and the Bteamer proceeded
under normal conditions.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spangler, resld-
1 .1.. ...11 I 1 h s. tnu. Thn nnllCV
ihk lilt) iimiie i u.b .. ' 1 . ,, , .i,olf mlloa
i .1.. T.',t lv,not nnd "'K aul,,M- -
... ... u.o "4 f south of this city, are the proud par- lamb., $3.90jfi00
tin nnn Ihnnulif (if the IHHtirailCO IUT ... . I
J3.257"5; cows and neiiers, ii.iuw
4 40; stockcrs and feeders, ?2.B0
6.00; calves, $3.75(36.00. Hogs-Re-celpts,
9,056; Ee hlsher; good heavies
moved readily at $7.75 (ft 7.80, and mix
ed $7 90 or better; lights commanded
$8 108 25 and on up as high as $8.40;
bulk of sales, $7 75fi8.00. Sheep-Re-celpts,
4.3il9; steady; ewes, $3.50
3.85: vearlings, $0 00 5.25; feeder
somn time after the fire. The com
pany also sent $2 for the carpenter
who made the estimate.
ents of a new baby boy which arrived
at their home last night.
Miss Carrie Oliver and Miss Cath
erine Shrack and Master Oliver Hal-
lam went to South Omaha today
where they wlll meet Mrs. Hallam
and visit relutlvcB for a few days.
They will be Joined Saturday by Mr.
Hallam who has been upending a
week at Detroit.
"Suffered day and night the tor
ment of itching piles. Nothing help
ed me until I used Doan's Ointment.
It cured me permanently" Hon. J.
R. Garrett, Mayor, Glrard, Ala.
Cecil Thomas and John Ilatt, Jr.,
went to Omaha on the fast mall to
look after some business matters.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chlcaco, Aug. 10 Cattle Receipts,
22,000; 10c lower: beeves. $4.6508 40;
western steers, $4.00(&6.75; stockers
and feeders, $4.00(56.25; cows and heif
ers, $2.63(5 6.50; calves, $6.508.50.
Hogs Receipts, 17,000; strong; light,
$8 509 03; mixed, $7 85900; heavy,
$7.5008 45; hulk of sales, $7.808 25.
Sheep Receipts. 28,000; 10c lower;
natives, $2. :5?f 4 30; westerns, $2.50
4 25; yenrllngs, $4.25 5.50; lambs,
Thieves Steal Beer From JH.
Linton, Intl., Aug. 11. Thieves broke
fnto the jail here nnd stole twelve
barrels of bottled beer which had
been confiscated by the city author
ities In a blind tiger raid. This is the
third time liquor confiscated In raids
nnd stored in the Jail has been stolen
and Mayor Pennington ordered that all
liquor ronflscnted In the future be
emptied In the putter at once.
Negroes Fail In Education Test.
Westvllle, Okla., Aug. 11. Applica
tion of the "grandfather" clause for
the first time In an election here
proved to l hnrd on the negroes upon
whom It was exercised. Rut three of
100 neitroesi passed the educational
test which the clause requires.
Total Abstinence Union Meets.
Boston, Aug. It A solemn military
high iiihs! at the Cathedral of tli
IIol) Crosi preceded the formal open
ing of the convention of the National
Catholic Tclal Abstinence union In
Fanenll hn'l. The cathedral wat
crowded by the delegates.
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