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TIIK OMAHA DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTODETl 1, 1002.
Iaviit sell drugs.
Btoekert fella carpts en1 rugs.
Mauthe. fine watch repairing. 223 D'way.
Expert watch repairing, Ix-ffert. 4"9 H'wny.
Mrs. E. 8. Rosenberg is voting relative
l Hastings, Minn.
Mlsa Blanch Carrigg l-ft yesterday on a
Visit tn friends In Chicago.
Pig linn wool diiMrr. 6. 10 and 15 c?nts.
A. It. Howe. 310 Broadway.
Special salt on picture mats. C. E. Alex
ander & Co., 333 Hroadway.
Io you play ping pong? Morgan & Dickey
can furnlnh you a nice get fur $1.
Olrla, have you seen that swell line of
fall style of tapestriej ut Morgan A
There "will be a special meeting of Bluff
City Masonic lodge this evening for work
In the second degree.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Whltelaw have gone to
New York for a two weeks' visit on com
bined pleasure and business.
Visit our art department and see the
beautiful new designs In frames now In.
L It. 1'alnt, Oil Ulasa Co.
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Mrs. O. M. Brown has gone to Kansas
t.'itv to visit relatives. She was accom
panied by her niece, Mlsa Clara L.ynn, who
bad been her guest.
George Cullom has complained to the
police i hat a quantity of his wearing ap
Varel bad been stolen from Welch's livery
ftlce on North Main street.
A marriage license wna Issued yesterday
to J. A. Ktaples df Shenandoah. Ia.. aged
18, and Mrs. Ines E. Brill of Denver, aged
to. They were married by Justice Bryant.
Chairman Goodwin has called a meeting
f the democratlo county central commit
lee for this evening at o'clock at head-
tuarters, over the Commercial National
Frank Chambers and wife of Mason City,
la., are guesta of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
L'hambers. They are on their wedding
trip. Mr. Chambers was a former resident
Of Council Bluffs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adnmson of Te
Mare la., were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
(ieorge Carter of Washington avenue en
route home from California, where they
pent the summer.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Cleaver will leave
Thursday for Washington, to attend the
national encampment of the Grand Army
Of the Republic and will vUlt other points
In the eaat before returning.
Miss Gertie Slyter of Washington avenue
returned yesterday from a visit with rela
tives in Sioux City. Hhe was accompanied
by her alster, Mrs. Thomas Treynor, and
children, who will, visit her parents here.
William H. Frances, an employe at the
Union Pacific roundhouse, fell Into one of
the pits early yesterday morning, hurting
his shoulder, and was removed to his home
at 1900 Avenue 2 In the police ambulance.
Mrs. E. C. Smith of First avenue suffered
a painful Injury yesterday by running a
needle Into her hand. The needle broke off
and a portion became Imbedded In a joint.
The X-ray had to be used to locate the
piece of ateel.
Vema Irene, Infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Taylor, 1901 South Seventh street,
died yesterday morning, aged 18 week".
Bhort services will he-held this morning nt
the residence at 7:30 o'clock, after which
the remains will be taken to Shenandoah,
la., for burial.
Assistant County Attorney Kimball went
to Chicago yesterday to take depositions
In the case agalnat Wayne Shoup and
Lewis Beldon, tho barber and porter charged
with robbing a Northwestern detective
While the latter was being shaved In the
parlor car on the Northwestern-Union Pa
cific limited passenger train.
The receipts In the general fund at the
Christian Home last week were 1124.95, be
ing 171.0 below the needs of the week and
Increasing the deficiency in this fund to
date to Sfi4S.63. In the manager's fund the
receipts were $29 25, being 15.75 below the
needs of the week and Increasing the de
ficiency to I1H3.21 In this fund to date.
Eugene , Peterson of Park avenue, who
was ao seriously Injured in the face by
premature explosion of gunpowder on the
Jfurth of JuVy. la able to be about. He
bee loat tne aignt or one eye and no- will
Undergo another operation next week. Ilia
.ES."5h SK" .,,"0,(,?r.eah "'he
Judge Macy Impaneled a jury yesterday
afternoon In the ault of the Monarch Manu
facturing company against the motor com
pany. The plaintiff company seeks corh
enaatlon for damage to its stock caused
by water backing up on Sixth street and
flooding the basement of its factory. It la
alleged the flooding waa cauaed by the
Bond! tlon of the defendant' company's
Con Murphy, wanted In Omaha to answer
lo a, charge of robbing a man of $26, waa
irreeted yesterday morning about i o'clock
tn a Broadway saloon by Captain Maltby.
Murphy had $47.6a on him when arrested
and waa more or less Intoxicated. When
he eob red up he expressed surprise that
he did not have more money and claimod
to have won $100 playing cards Monday
night. He was taken back across the river
by Officer Davis.
Justice Bryant yesterday handed down
his deolslon In the caae In which Viro Wash
ington, a young co.ored lad, waa charged
with shooting a dog belonging to George
Smllle, discharging the lad. It was shown
that the shooting waa Justifiable, as the
Sog had bitten the boy, and was said to
ave snapped at other children. The trial
ft the case occupied two days and at
tracted considerable attention among the
residents of the neighborhood where the
1.00 Enreka Fountain Pen, le.
Cut this ad out and present it on or be
fore Saturday, October 4, and you will be
entitled to one Eureka Fountain Pen com
plete for 19 cents. Only one pea to a cus
tomer and positively none without this ad.
DeLong, the Printer, 807 Broadway. -
Heal Katate Traaafcrs.
These transfers were filed yesterday in
the abstract, title and loan offlca of J. W.
Squire, 101 Pearl street:
Michael Kelkenny, jr.. to Honora Kel
kenny, nei4 aeW. n1 te t and
114 acrea east of road In nwV ae'
1S-T7-4J, w. d $ 1
Emellne H. McCrary to Charlea II.
Parka, lot 16. block 2. Jackaon's
add., w. d 2,100
Charlotte Armout Ward to Ola Jensen,
lot 12. block 9. Crawford's add., w. d. AO
Three transfers, total.
The maintaining- of that high
degree of excellence that won
for "BUta" ita enviable repu
tation 'way back la the fortea.
haa required uodeTiatinff care
la the selection of taateriale,
and the conatant attention of
the moat akilled maatera of
the. brewer art.
DLATZ MALT VI VINE
naam TmM. All Druatfete a Dl-
UL BLATZ BREW 1KB CO. Milt itkit
1419 Doualaa St. Tel. tual.
, tt Pearl St., Council Bluffs. 'Phone .
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COURTS HAVE A BUSK YEAR
Ds Mora Than Usual to Iicrsais ths Ftp.
ulation of the Psnitsntiarj.
LARCENY CAUSE OF MOST OF SENTENCES
Fines Knoogh Assessed to Pay Ex
peniri of (he Criminal t'oort If
County Had Been Fortunate
Fnongh to Collect.
0. O. Balrd, deputy clerk of the district
court, completed yesterday the criminal
statistical report for the year ending Sep
tember 1, 1903, In the Council Bluffs dis
trict court. During the year twenty-six
defendants were given penitentiary aen-
tences. ana mis is an unusually large num
ber. The aggregate of the sentences Ira-
ofr. me aggregate 01 me aenience iru-
posed la forty-.lx year, and ten months,
as against thirty-six years for the preced
ing twelve months. Tboee committed to
the penitentiary, their crimes and sentences,
are aa follows-. William J. DeAmont, lar
ceny, eighteen months; Frank Welner, lar
ceny, eighteen months; J. W. DeWltt, lar
ceny, three years; Albert Brown, larceny,
sixteen months; George Harris, larceny,
twenty months; Robert Stevenson, larceny
from the person, three years: Charlee
Jonee, larceny, three years; Mike Smith,
larceny, two years; Harry Langdon, lar
ceny, fifteen months;. Oeorge Edwards, lar
ceny, nine mourns; Willie Jones, larceny,
one year; August Scholober, embezzlement,
eighteen months ; A. H. Hlnes, larceny,
eighteen month ; Thomas Carter, larceny,
two years; Ourdon Bowers, burglary, one
year; Burt Owens, burglary, one year; Dave
Kinney, robbery, two years; Nate Bothers,
mallcloue injury, one year; Charles Shoe
maker, larceny, one year; George Law
rence, larceny, one year; Zed Bothers, lar
ceny, one year; Charlee Kuhlman, larceny,
two years; H. S. Flahburn. larceny, twenty
two months; Harry Caley, burglary, two
years; William Mason, burglary, five years;
John Plumb, larceny from the person, three
By the above list It will be seen there
were an unuaually large number -of convlc
tiona for larceny.
The total fines Imposed In criminal cases
was $1,680. Of this amount only $965 waa
collected. Tho expense for conducting the
criminal cases for the year amounted to
ll 640.66. and the total feea paid the county
attorney, inclusive of salary, were $1,616.42.
HANNAN AFTER SENATORSHIP
Announces That It la with av View o
Securing; n Henomlnatlon
The boom of Charlee R. Hannan for the
republican nomination for state aenatof to
fill the vacancy caused oy tne resignation
of Postmaster A. 8. Haielton was launched
Into the political arena yesterday with con
siderable force and enthusiasm. Mr. Han
nan'a entry Into the field at this late hour
was at the urgent solicitation of his friends
and the promised support of a large number
of the members of the county central com
mittee, with which body rests the nomina
Last spring when the republicans were
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casting about for a candidate for mayor
tne name oi nr. nmima w Pruiiuu,
mentioned and there waa no doubt that If
Kd conaented to accept the nomination
It would undoubtedly have been given to
him. At that time Mr. Hannan, who had
recently sold out his Interest In the First I
National bank, of which he waa president,
bad arranged his plans for the summer and
these necessitated bla absence from Coun
cil Bluffs for several months. Under these
circumstances he positively declined to be
a candidate for the office of mayor much to
the regret of his friends.
In seeking this nomination for state sen
ator at this time Mr. Hannan admlta openly
i that he doea so with the expectancy If nomi
nated and elected, of obtaining the nomi
nation again In 1903.
The other candldatea for the nomination
are Colonel C. O. Saunders and .W. S.
Balrd, both of this city. The former Is
making a vigorous campaign and since the
announcement of the call for the meeting
of the county central committee Waa made
Monday afternoon has left no atone un
turned to secure the desired plum. - On the
other hand Attorney Balrd. whtle willing
and anxloua to get the nomination. Is now
said to favor the candidacy of Mr. Hannan
and that In the event of a close vote In
the committee meeting he will throw his
strength to Mr. Hannan.
The committee will meet this afternoon
at 4 o'clock In republican headquarters In
the Baldwin block to select a candidate.
Mr, Hannan had been called to Detroit last
evening by business matters, but deferred
his departure until this evening.
Plumbing and beating. Blxby & Son.
CHALLENGE TO TALKING MATCH
Coanell Blnffa High School Dealrea
Another Try at Blaas
The Council Bluffa High school haa Is
sued a challenge to the Sioux City High
school for a return oratorical debate this
year, the contest to be held In this city at
a date to be mutually arranged later. Last
year the debate between the two High
schools was held In Sioux Cltv and re
sulted In the defeat of the Council Bluffs
representatives. The Bluffltes axe now
anxloua to redeem themselves and henca
the challenge. The challenge ia Issued by
Charlea Campbell, president of the Phllo-
mathian society, and Miss Unlce Grason.
president of the Tau Delta society, tha
two literary organlxatlona of the Council
Bluffa High school. According to tha
terms of the challenge the debate la to be
held at a date convenient to both schools
after January 1. 103. Tha question tor
debate la to be aelected by the Sioux City
ana and the choice of aldea tha privilege
of the Council Bluffltes, each team to
consist of three persons. Sioux City Is
to have the selection of the three judges
subject to the approval or Council Bluffs.
None of the judges shall be residents of
either city. The expenses of the debate
are to be borne by the literary aocletlea
of the Council Bluffa High school. Thcae
Include all similar expenses aa laat year,
such as transportation and hotel expenses
for four persons from Sioux City and those
of the judges, not exceeding a distance of
100 milea from this city.
Davis sella paints.
Tappera Get OaT Easy.
With the consent of County Attorney
Klllpack, Jamue Hunt and J. E. Dougherty,
bouud over by Justice Bryant to await the
action of tae grand jury on tha charge of
tapping the till at L. P. Servls' feed store
ea Broadway, aucceeded la effecting a eora
Vromlae yesterday la their case.' The
grand jury will not convene until Novem
ber (, and aha county attorney was of the
oplnlon that their offense was hardly grave
enough to keep them In the county jail
that long, so he consented to the former
proceedings In Justice Bryant's court being
rerrlndtd and the defendants permitted to
plead guilty to petit larceny. On this
lesser charge they were rach sentenced to
thirty days' Imprisonment In the county
Conveyance for September.
During the month cf September there
were filed In the office of the county re
corder 175 conveyances txf real estate with
a total consideration of $187,748.48. While
this la In excels of the filings and the con
siderations Involved for the month of Au
gust It Is below the average for the other
seven months of this year, which has bean
a phenomenal one In real estate transfers
In Pottawattamie county. For the nine
months of this year 2,296 conveyances have
been filed In the county recorder's office, the
total consideration of which reaches the sum
of 14.150.491.19. It Is expected that the
record for this year will at least double that
N. T. Plumbing Co., telephone 256.
Approve Paring Estimates.
The city council held a short session yes
terday morning and after Inspecting the
paving recently completed by Contractor
Wlckham on Fifth avenue between Main and
South Eighth streets, adopted the assess
ment schedule submitted by the city en
gineer. It waa decided that the abutting
property In every Instance was able to bear
the cost of the paving and the city will
consequently not have to assume any of
the burden. The next meeting of the city
council will be the regular October session
next Monday night.
Davis sella glasa.
Child Drowned la Creek.
Word was sent to Coroner Treynor by
telephone yesterday afternoon that a 2-
year-old boy, son of a man named Peter
aon living near the Chautauqua grounds,
eaat of the city, had fallen Into Mosquito
creek and been drowned. At the time of
the message the body had not been recov
ered. Owing to the heavy rain of Monday
the creek was swollen and extremely muddy.
The child, it was eald, was walking along
the bank of the creek with several other
children when It made a misstep and fell
Into the water.
Eadea Held for Trial.
Chief of Police Tlbbtts and the other
officers who went to Creston to testify at
the preliminary hearing of Dentist Oeorge
Eadea, the alleged counterfeiter, returned
last evening. Eadea was bound over to
await the action of the federal grand jury
by United States Commissioner Cherry
and his bail placed at $3,000. Eadee, it Is
thought, will be taken to Keokuk for trial
GETS NO TRACK OF HUSBAND
Man Who Threatened to Kill Illmaelf
Hai at Least Dis
appeared. FORT DODGE, Ia., 8ept. 30. (Special
Telegram.) Heart broken, half crazed with
grief, despair and doubt, Mrs. H. B. Pad
dock has returned from her journey to
Duluth, Minn., after a fruitless search tor
her missing husband. Although many days
have, lapsed since he aent har the heart
breaking letter announcing that he had
taken poison And would be dead before It
reached her, there have been no tracea of
the missing man. Inquiries made by the
police In the city from where the letter
was sent have failed to produce any result.
Haunted with fear that he might carry out
the threat that he had made, Mrs. Paddock
started for Duluth to discover. If possible,
some trace of the man who threatened to
so tragically end his life. Careful eearch
made by the police through all the hotels
and boarding houses of Duluth have failed
to reveal any traoe of the missing man.
ASSAULTED ;JN THE DARK
Sheriff Scott of Osceola, la.. Victim
of Unknown Enemy with
DES MOINE3, Ia., Sept. 30. Sheriff C. C.
Scott of Clarke county came near being
the victim of a would-be assassin
last night and is, now in a aerloua
condition as' the result of a 'powerful
blow on his head, . dealt wtth a
club In the hands of an unknown enemy,
who lay tn wait In a dark alley near his
home in Osceola. He was found' uncon
scious an hour later. His assailant left
no clue. It Is not believed the injury will
Hart eat Hands Being Robbed.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., Sept. 30. (Special Tele
gram.) Harvest hands returning from the
North and South Dakota harvest fields are
being robbed by wholesale on their way to
Sioux City. Three bold-upa were reported
here to the police today. George Delany was
knocked down and robbed of $30 near the
Northwestern depot In broad daylight this
morning. Louis Dome, a Sioux City man
waa robbed by a stranger be had taken to
bed with him. Charlea Llmbdon of Boono,
Ia., was robbed near Wolsey, 8. D. He
waa confidence Into giving hla pocket-
book Into the keeping of a companion.
At Pan-American Exposition.
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Tha full flavor, tha delicious qual
ity, the absolute Ptirltjr, Low.
ney'a Breakfast Cooa distinguish
It from all others
No "treatment" with alkalies; no
adulteration with flour, starch or
ground cocoa shells; nothing but the
nutritive end digestible product of
the choloeet Coeoa Beana.
Ask Your Dealer for It.
SELECT LEAGUE DELEGATES
Large Number Fran Iowa Expactad ts At
tend Bspublioat Club Mtetiif .
ARE ALL READY FOR THE CAMPAIGN NOW
Capital Commission Completes Plaas
for ftew Moot and Will Ask
for Bide at aat Early
DES MOINES, Sept. 30. (Special.) The
executive committee of the Iowa state
league of republican clubs today gave out
a list of the appointments of those who
are to repreeent Iowa at the national con
vention of republican clubs next week In
Chicago. The committee has been working
for a largo attendance at the convention
and It Is expected that several hundred
Iowa republicans will attend the meeting.
The following are the officers of the league
who are entitled to seats In the conven
tion: President, Y, R. Conaway, Des
Moines; vice president, H. W. Byers, Har
lan; secretary, A. W. Weeks, Cuthrle Cen
ter; treasurer, F. A. Bennett, Sioux City.
David Brant of Iowa City ia also a member
of the executive committee. E. W. Weeks
Is secretary of the national league as well
as the state league and has been In Chi-
cago some time arranging for the conven-
Delegates at large from Iowa Governor
A. B. Cummins. Des Moines; Senator Jona-
man f. uuuiver, r ori uoage; aiaie oena
tor Jamea A. TTewin, ueaar jiapias; juage
S. F. Prouty, Dea Moines; Lare Young, uea
Moines; Ex-Senator J. B. Harsh, Creston.
District Delegate C. R. Benedict, Har
lan; Walter Beall, Mount Ayr; H. J. Clark,
Des Molnee; George Estabrook, Marshall
town; O. D. Ellyaon, Des Moines; George
W. French, Davenport; Thomas B. Hanley,
Tipton; C. D. Jcpson, Sioux City; C. F,
Kuehnle, Denlson; W. V. Lohr, Sioux City;
W. B. Martin, Greenfield; W. F. Muse, Ma
son City; O. A. Mclntyie, Shell Rock; Ed
mund E. Nichols. Perry; George A. Nich
ols, EBthervllle: P. L. Prentla, Delphos; J,
H. Pickett, Oakalooea; J. B. Rockafellow
Atlantic; C. T. Ralnsburg, Brooklyn; Sam
G. Sloane, Charles City; Carroll Wright,
Dea Moines; A. C. Wllaon, Oelweln; F. S.
RoblnsorT. Oelweln: F. W. Slmmona, Ot-
tumwa; G. A. Smith, Clinton; E. D. Brig
ham, Des Moines; Wt W. Cornwall, Spencer;
O. W. Cook, Guthrie Center; A. B. Funk,
Spirit Lake; G. S. Gllbertaon. Forest City;
C. D. Hellen. Webster City; N. E. Kendal
Albia; Edward Lock wood. Harlan; William
Larrabee, Jr., Clearmont; John T. Moffltt
Tipton; Jesele Miller, Dea Moines; W. M
McFarland, Indlanola; Edwin A. Nye, Des
Moines: Clarance Overholzer, Council
Bluffs: A. L. Preston. Avoca; Oeorge E
Roberta. Fort Dodge; H. L. Rahn, Man
cheater; A. L. Springer, Wapello; . S. H
Sheakley, Des Molnee; C. J. HouBer, Tama;
Thomaa A. Way, Mason City; C. S. Rogers
Mouul Pleasant; James nft.h Osage; J.
L Sammls. LeMara; J. P. Swearlngen,
CampaUcn Workers Confer,
A conference of the republican workers
of the Seventh congressional district was
held In the republican state headquarters
this afternoon, the last of the district con-
ferences to be held In the state. Congreaa-
man Hull was not jjeeent, aa he la in the
east In charge or republican national neaa-
quarters. . J. D. .Whusenand, Seventh dis
trict member.- presided, and Chairman
Spence and A. F. Dawson of the speakers'
bureau were on hand. The following offi
cials of the party In the dlatrict were pres-
ent also: County chairmen, J. A. Ryan of
Polk county, W. H.-Fahey of Dallas, H. O.
Tldrtck of Madison. L. K. Butterfleld of
Marlon. C. M. Morse of Story and E. R.
Guthrie of Warren; congressional commit
teemen. Matt Mullen of Marlon, George Van
Dyke of Dallas and F M. Hoeye of Dallas.
The conference considered the political situ
atlon in this district fully and plans were
laid for the speaking campaign, which com
mencea with the close of this week
Judge Benjamin P. Blrdsall of Wright
county viBlted atate headquartera laat night
and this morning and held a consultation
with Governor Cummlna and other friends
In this city. The chairman of tha district
committee, George Wright of Eagle Grove,
la also in the city. The plana for the work
in the Third district congressional contest
were gone over by them.
It is announced that Governor Cummins
opens his speaking campaign in iowa at
Dubuque on October 10. He will make sev
eral speeches for Blrdsall in his district.
Invited to Coal Conference.
Governor Cummins this afternoon received
a telegraphic invitation for him to attend
a conference In the city of Detroit In rela
tion to the coal strike or to send del
egates to such a convention or conference
The invitation came from the mayor of De
troit and from aldermen of the city. It la
the intention to have a general conference
of the governors or their representatlvea
and to devise. If that Is 'possible, some
method of settling the dispute in regard to
the operation of the coal mines In Penn- '
sylvanla. The convention has been called
on the demand of many consumers of coal.
The goveror has not decided what he will
do, but will undoubtedly aend representa
Capitol Commission In Beaalon.
The Iowa capltol commission for the . re
pair and completion of the atate capltol
Is in session this week, and waa In consul
tation with the governor and state officers
today. All the members are present. - The
commission has selected H. W. Harsh, an
Insurance man of this city, aa bookkeeper.
The plans for the new root are practically
completed, and the commission will ask
for bids very soon. A number of con
tractors and builders have been In consul
tation with the commission on this matter.
The commission desires very much that the
new roof be placed on tha building this
year as the old roof is leaking In many
places snd sadly needs repair. The plans
for the new state warehouse are almost .
Temporary Receiver named.
An application waa made here today for
a temporary receiver for the Rbodea-Car-mean
Buggy company of Marahalltown and
for an order In voluntary bankruptcy. The
company failed aweral days ago. Tha
bankruptcy matter waa referred to D. 8.
Ethrldge, commissioner of the federal
court, and In the meantime L B. Goodrich
la to act as receiver tor the company. The
company has been doing an immense busi
ness in recent yeara in the manufacture j
and jobbing of buggies. i
Dry Weather Weeded.
The weekly crop report for Iowa for the
, weeek juat ended aaya: "The paat week '
has been abnormally cold and cloudy, with
excessive rainfall In the larger part of tha .
j state. Plowing, seeding and corn-cutting
I have been Interrupted. The wet weather
; and rloudlneea were unfavorable for all
Immature or unharveeted cropa, and the
quality of corn fodder has been still fur- '
i ther Impaired. Special reports received
' from a large number of crop reporters, '
producers and buslaess men, seem to Indl- I
j cate that from 40 to 60 per ceat of the I
' extra heavy corn crop will at best be below I
(the marketable standard la condition.
though It mav all possess considerable I
feeding value for stock. If It can har-
reeled and secured from furthee detriment
by wet weather and sudden filling. For I
the entire crop there la imperative need i
of a period of normal dry weather. The i
situation Is stilt somewhat critical, even ,
for the more advanced portion of the crop,
and Ita commercial value will depend upon
future weather conditions."
A large meeting of Shrlners was held In
Des Moines tonight and a class of sixty
taken In. The meeting was planned in
honor of Roosevelt' coming and was given
tnouh ne P'an- A rani banquet
was given tonignt. Among me nign oni-
clala present were Henry C. Akin, Omaha;
George H. Oree, Dallas, Texas; A. P. Clay
ton, St. Joseph; B. F. Thomas, Omaha: L.
O. Hoffman, St. Paul; H. D. Dickinson,
Minneapolis; J. F. Barr.. Lincoln, and
Frank Marshall, Sioux Falls.
DES MOINES ON A RAMPAGE
River Within a Foot of High Water
Mark and Mneh Damage
OTTUMWA, la., Sept. SO. The Des Molnee
river is on a rampage. It has risen to
within a foot of the high water mark and a
further rise Is looked for. Thousands of
dollars worth of property and crops have
been damaged. A mile of sewers has been
washed out and great stretches of road are
Berloua flood conditions are reported all
over southern and southeastern Iowa today
the result of excessive rains last night,
varying from two to five Inches. Rivers are
swollen out of bounds and heavy property
loss ia reported. In several cases rivers
approach the high water mark of last aprlng,
One man Is reported drowned near Agency.
FNQS THE DEMOCRATS COY
Party Managers In Slonx City In.
able to Find Men Willing to
SIOUX CITY, Ia Sept. 30. (Special Tel
egram.) Woodbury county democrats are
tn a peculiarly embarrassing situation and
may not put up a county ticket this fall.
The trouble is the Impossibility of finding
any one willing to run on the ticket. A
convention waa held here a few weeks
ago, but no candldatea were forthcoming
and tho convention adjourned until Octo
ber 2. With the time approaching, Chair
man Charlea A. Dlckron admits he does not
know of a elngle candidate for any of the
county offices or any one willing to bo
induced to accept a nomination.
FAST MAIL TRAIN WRECKED
Accident Occurs on the nock Island
Bond Forty Mllei Eaat of
DES MOINES, Sept. 30. The Rock Island
fast mall, westbound, was wrecked this
morning at Newton, forty miles east of
here. It ia said traffic will be completely
tied up twenty-four hours aa a result. No
loss of Ufa is reported. Three cars left
the track. The accident occurred while the
tr!u waa attempting to get around the
wreck on a freight train which went through
a bridge across Skunk river yesterday.
Republicans Open Campaign.
CRESTON, Ia., Sept. 30. (Special.)
Chairman Ben Friend of the republican
county committee has announced that the
party will open the campaign In the county
by an afternoon meeting on Saturday, Oc-
tober Jl. which win be addressed by Hon.
Peter Hepburn, and thla will be followed
up by a vigorous school house speaking
campaign until election day. The candl
datea, however,' have been doing personal
work for some time. The democrats expect
to work In two of the candldatea on their
ticket this fall by amall majorities. There
is an eepecial fight being made on the
offices of clerk, attorney, and member of
the board. The county attorneyship is the
Brewed from carefully selected
leave the brewery
- Tou should consider thoroughly the factors of skill, experience, reliability,
etc.. of a Doctor or Specialist before entrusting to him your health, the perfect
' rf--iit . and luatlng recovery of which means
Lonareat Established, Moat
ceastnl and Reliable Special
ists In Diseases of Men, na
Medical Diplomas, Licensee
and Newspaper Rec
Call at our offlcea or write, and If we find that you cannot be cured we
will NOT accept your money UNDER ANY CONDITION; but If we accept
your caae for treatment we will guarantee a
k'AFE ND POSITIVE CURE-
In the ahorteat possible time without Injurious after-effecta. Our charges will
be aa low a. poaalbl for conacl.ntlous skillful and aucces.ful . "v'rf";
ault us before consenting to any eurglcal procedure upon important blood vea-
eela and organa.
BLOOD POISON (Syphilis)
RUPTURE AND K ONEY
Palaful and Frequent
them to atay curo wnen u.n.r. -..-One
epeelal heme treatment will care yon. Belera.oee-l.eel
Baaka .ad Leadlag Baslaes Me. of the city. Caa. .Italia, at af-
e er hy letter free .ad strictly eeaftdeatlal.
OSnee Hear, .. an. ta p. m. Saadaye-lO .a.ttl P-
STATE ELECTRO MEDICAUNSTITUTE
1308 FARNmU ST., .nTuthe"" u r.i Aii a, ntB.
Wtabiuihed: Thoroughly reliable. AuthorU.d by th. law. of
on' on ,nt '" i"alljr " doubt, and
,hl c"d by a three cornered fight,
J"6 Rowell of Afton. who claims to be a
'aunch republican, having accepted the
nomination on the prohibition ticket
wlnst the regular republican nominee.
4 (tarlton Store Itobbeil.
CHARITON, la., Sept. 30. Fperlal.) It
leaked out toda, although officers sought
to keep the affair necre t, that A. E. Dent's
big general store at Charlton had been en
tered by burglars and leisurely looted of
everything of value that was portable. The
extent of the loss Is not known, but it is
thought to exceed possibly $2,000. The man
ner in which the plunder could have been
so successfully disposed of is a mystery.
The burglars are believed to be headed for
Des Molnee and an effort wll be made by a
posse to Intercept them.
Telephone Hrm Service.
WATERLOO, Ia., Sept. 30. (Special.)
Tho Cedar Valley Telephone company Is
considering and planning for a new de
parture In the telephone bualneas. Its
llnoa reach almost every town and city In
the northern part of the state and the com
pany will establish a news service for the
papers In this vicinity. An Information
bureau will be established with a special
operator in charge, who will do nothing
but answer questions. It la an experiment,
but It la believed to be practical.
Lutheran Convention Cloara,
CRESTON, Ia , Sept. 30. (Special.) The
Creston dlstrtc of the Ocrman Evangelical
church closed a two days' convention hero
yesterday with a missionary feast. - Tho
church waa beautifully decorated with cut
flowers and potted plants, and four services
were held during the day which were par
ticipated In by the many visiting pastora
and laymen from the eight counties repre
sented in the district.
Ran Away With Man's Wife.
CORWITH, Ia.. Sept. 30. (Special.) A
man by the name of William Hall, living at
Tltonka, wns apprehended here on the
charge of running away with tha wife of
M. K. Richardson of Bancroft, but before
the Kossuth county sheriff could arrive
with the necessary papers Hall made good
Freight Ilnuae Men Get a liaise.
CRESTON, Ia., Sept. 30. (Special.) The
fifteen employes of the Burlington freight
bouse of this place were made glad today
by the receipt of a communication from
headquarters stating that their petition for
an advance In wagea had been favorably
acted upon and the advance would tako
effect October 1.
Inwa State News Notea.
The Sioux City Elks fair adopted the
Omaha plan of abolishing the throwing of
Hog cholera la breaking out In many
parts of the atate. Some attribute It to the
The widow of the late United States Servi
tor John H. Gear Is dying at their old
home at Hurllngton. She is very aged,
having been hla senior by four years.
The Bloux City Board of Education has
as yet been unable to eecure fuel for In
eighteen school houses whose furnaces are
adapted only to the use of anthracite coal.
There is beyond doubt a combine among
Iowa Insurnnce companies on rates, but
the trouble la that no lees! e'1dence con h
produced to prove It, according to State
Congressman Connor of the Eleventh dis
trict liaa just turned down Postmaster
Hellen for reappointment at Webster Cltv
and they say he will find before he gets
through that It'a Hellen repeat.
Uke the captains of Industry, It appears
that Iowa milkmen have been watering
their stock. At any rate the state dairy
commissioner la Instituting prosecutions
against a lot of them on that charge.
A trust company in Iowa cannot go Into
voluntary liquidation, so Judge McVey de
cides at Dea Moines. And he fails to point
out how auch a company can get out of
existence, although the law makes its birth
The Iowa coal miners contribute 10 per
cent or ineir gross earnings in aid or tne
hard coal strikers In Pennsylvania, and
for the miners in the district around Des
Moines the monthly contribution nets ill.W.
They have contributed from their wages
over $100,ono since the anthracite labor trou.
barley and hops never permitted to
until properly seed.
so much to your future me ana nap
plness. Every man who la afflicted owes It to
himself and his posterity to get cured
safely and positively, without leaving
any blight or weakness In his system.
You do not want to be mutilated and
maimed for life trying to be cured of
VARICOCELE. ITRICTIHB and
kindred troublea In a few daya by sur
We make no misleading atatementa
or unbusinesslike propositions to the
afflicted in order to eecure their pat
ronage. The many years of our suc
cessful practice In Omaha prove that
our methods of treatment are SAKE
Our Combined Klectro-Medlcal
Treatment has many friends and
few enemies. Its friends are
thcae who have tested Its merits
and have been eared. Ita eae
mlea are those Doctor or Spe
cialists who are avlone ef all
other treatment that have
proven - more aacceaatal than
and all reflex compllcatlona and a
eociate.'. dlaeaaea and waakneaaea of
wi will anara vnu tha tXnaltlee
aoclated with Nervoua Debility. Weak
ening Drain. Salf-Abuae, Waatlng of
Organa. I'rainature Decline, Los of
Memory, Energy and Ambition, Nerv-
Palpitation of the
render you robuat and strong mentally
phyalcally and aexually.
Call at our office or writ for our
book. FREB. which will explain th
dlsraaea we cur, and how w cure
Heart. 61iortna of Breath. Apprenen
slon of Calamity, the Chagrin i and
Mortification of Weaklings, the Fright
Mntrlmonv. We Will
Pure and Sweet are the Skin, Scalp,
and Hair of Infanta Purified
and Beautified by
MILLIONS trsa Cuticttka Soap, as
slated by Cuticuba. Oihtkbkt, lot
pro serving, purifying, and beautify
lag the skin, for cleansing the scalp, and
the stopping of falling hair, tor softening,
whitening, and aootblng red, rough, anal
sore bands, for baby rashes, Itchtngs, and
chafings, and for all purposes of the toilet,
bath, and nursery. Millions ot Women
use CtmcoBA Soar In bath, for annoying
Irritations and Inflammation, for too free
or offensive perspiration, ia washes for
ulcerative wpaknees, and for many san
attve, antUeptio purpose wliloh, readily
suggest themselves to women.
Complete Treatment. 81.
Cuticdra Soap (IAcA to rlvanse the skin of
eruKta and acalea and soften the thickened
cuticle, CtrrtiURA ointment to in
stantly allay itrlilag and Inflammation, and
aoothe and heal, ana Coticvha Kkjholvsjit
I'll. La (o.), to oool and cleau.e the blood.
CtmppBA Knoi.vawT- Pills (Chocolate
CoaUd) area new, U.MIw, odorle. ennom.
leal .ub.lliul. for th mlebr.ted liquid Otmcuaa
Kksolvsrt, as walla for all other blood pnrlflars
and humour eures. la orw-eap vials, oootaio.
lag AO doM, prlo ita.
Bold tknmrhoat th. world. SriHih Dapoti W-Jt,
Ch.rlttrhoaM 1,0.00s. Pmeh Jpoti A Ru. d.
r,ix. J roTrsa usco and tskm. roup, Hole
HHHVwil UlWMS!a. IfB
la all DISEASES
12 years of sue
ceasful practice In
Varicocele hydrocele and
L,J t-t; curt! In E dej-f. withnur riititna. plo or
rlLXd Ion. ot time. Legsl guaranua to cur
you or money refunded.
CVOUII Iff cured for life and tha BolM
dlrnlLId thorou.blr cleansed from th
tern. ai.,a everjr al.n and .ymptom dlMPpaar
completely and forerer. No "BRKAKINO OUT" of
tha dlaeaae on th akin or tao. Treatment contain
no daugerous drug or Injurious maalctnea.
Ml C M V ti U Irom Eiaa or VICTIMS TO
lICArV lilla NEKVOt'H DKB1LITT OR EX
uIiTV.m oaii-INO WEAKNESS, with EARL-T
DBOAY Itr VOU Ml and MIDULB AGBD; lack f TIB
vigor and strength, with organs impaired and weak.
Cures guaranteed. . ,r . i . ...-
CTDIATIIOC cored lth a aw bom treat
W I nlU I Utile Bient. No pala, a deteotloa
liom uu.iueaa. ,M , .
CHIN AH V. Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Weak
back, burning Urine, Frequency ol I'rlaatlng. Una.
High Colored, or with milky aedlment oa standing.
Consultatloa Free. Treatment by Flail.
Call or address. HO S. 14th St.
DR- SEARLES & SEArUES.
. CURED BY
WHIiE RIBB.N REMEDY
No taste. No odor. Can be given in glass
of Water, tea, or coffee without patient's
White Ribbon Remedy will cure or de
etroy the diseased appetite for alcoholla
stimulants, whether the patient Is a con
firmed Inebriate a "tippler," social drinker
or drunkard. Impossible for anyone to
have an appetite for alcoholic liquors after
using White Ribbon Remedy.
lndorae-U by Member uf W. C. T. V.
Mrs. Moore, press superintendent of Wo4
man's Christian Temperance Union, Ven
tura, California, writes: "I have teated
White Ribbon Remedy on very obatlnale
drunkards, and the curea have been many.
In many caaea the Remedy waa given ee-c.-etly.
I cheerfully recommend and lndora
White Ribbon Remedy. Mombers of our
1'nlon are delighted to find an economical
treatment to aid us in our temperance
Urusglata or by mall, II. Trial package
free by writing Mrs. A. M. Towneend (for
yeara secretary of a Woman's Christian
Tetnperarce I'nloh), 218 Tremont Bt., Bos
ton, Mats. Bold In Omaha by
Phone 7'.7, 8. W. Cor. lSth and Chicago.
Ooous dellverel FREE u any part t city.
3?C. ALU T
Treat all forms of
27 Year Eiparlenoa.
17 Yeara la Oman
ill remarkable auj
ceea ha uever bean
equaled andovory l iy brlnt many tUtteriai
report ot iuo gouu uu uuiuv,
Ii liaa givttu
Hot Springs Trealmait for Syphilis
AndallHIood I'.jUoo. NO UUEAKINfi OUT
on t iu akin or facu and all exiarual sigos J
be dtsea.e Ul-aupear at onco.
BLOOD DISEASE K!Wo
VARICOCELE inVm .,n
OtfER 30 000 uurdeCbl" y,0!"!
iiainy, u.uiiuii discharges. Stricture,
Glet. Kluncy and ttluduer Dlaeaaea,
WtlCK CURES LOW CHARGES.
Treatment by mall. P. O. Una iM. Office
over 1M5 8. 14th street, between raruam anl
Uouglaa 8t.. OMAHA. NEB.
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