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TCIE OMAHA 1AIXiT BEE'. SUNDAY. OCTOHnil SC.. 1S02.
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Uniw Stack Yardi Company Will Put is
Kibj Few Chutea,
BIG CONTRACT FOR EXCAVATION LET
teasa herela Will Be Tsed Im Tkli
Work Whlrk Marks neglaalaa: af
ftrrtea af Inrrarrw !
. Maa;le City Gossip.
A contract waa let yesterday afternoon
to McShane Elmore of Omaha by the
Union Stork Tarda company for tbe removal
f about 130.000 ruble yards of dirt.
Chief Engineer King of the Stock Tarda
company Bald last ermine that the under
standing was work was to begin at once.
The (trading contracted for will be the
clearing away of the hill In tbe vicinity
of the aland pipe and the ground Just west
of the prraent cattle pena. When the grad
ing la complied fifty-four additional cattle
.chutes will be constructed. Thia work will
coat a great deal of money, but offlcera
of the Stock Tarda company decline to
state how much.
Tbe contract calla for tbe use of ateam
shovels and plenty of teama. All dirt taken
from the aide bill will be hauled by trains
to the lowland north of L atreet and
along the track on Boyd atreet. Engineer
King did not attempt to aay Just bow long
It would take to complete thla work, but
-lie says that the grading will be pushed
a rapidly aa possible In order to permit
the erection of tbe additional tracks and
pena before there la another big rush of
cattle to thla market. Other Improve
ments at the atock yarda here are under
Packers Assist Ckarck.
Rev. M. A. Head, pastor of the First
Methodist Episcopal church. Twenty-third
and N atreets, returned a day or two ago
from Chicago. While In Chicago Mr. Head
railed upon representatives of Swlft'a and
To tboae who received him Mr. Head
represented the needs of the church here.
The Swift company expressed a willlng
. neae to buy a bell for the church tower
t a cost not to exceed $400. while the Ar
mour people agreed to send to the church
here an excellent piano for use in the lec
Bids UK Over.
Owing to the absence from the city of
T. R. Kimball, architect for the proposed
South Omaha Carnegie library, the opening
of bids for the construction of the build
ing baa been postponed. Notice was aent
out to bidders some days ago that bids
would be opened by the library board at
a meeting to hare been held yesterday aft
ernoon. Mr. KimbaH'a aecretary notified Presi
dent McCulloch yesterday that several bids
bad been received, but that the seala would
not be broken until Mr. Kimball returned
from the east and another call for a board
meeting haa been issued. In case it la
found that sufficient funds are at hand the
building will be constructed of Warrens
burg atone. In case this Is Inadvisable on
account of the coat of , the atone, brick
will be substituted.
lasaraace Rates Reiseel.
Ijaat April. the Insurance companlea hav
, in agenciea in thla city Issued orders di
recting agents to lncreaae premiums 26 per
cent. Yesterday an order 'came from head
quarters of the big companies directing
agents here to write are insurance policies
atth "rates 1 TOgne prior to "the order
iarr4"lr April. ' It la inferred that tbe
change -waa ordered by reason of better
lire protection here and the removal of a
number of condemned buildings located
within 'the fire llmlta. ,
The Norwegian-American club held a
meeting at Franek'a hall Friday night and
Initiated about forty membera. Tbe club
waa reorganised with these o dicers: George
M. Johnson, president:. Martin Tighe, rice
president; O. J. Johnson, secretary; E.
Catkelle Society Orgaalse4.
The first court of the Women's Order of
Catholic Foresters waa instituted at An
cient Order of Hibernians" hall on Friday
evening. Mrs. Theresa Carney of Chicago
and Anna Cummtnga of Minneapolis were
the organisers. These offlcera were in
stalled: Mrs. Alice Byron, C. R.; Mrs.
Olive Bhlelda, V. C. R.; Mr a. Mary Raffcrty,
THEORIES ABOUT FOOD.
alee a Few Farts mm tke aaase Sableet
Ws hear much nowadays about health
foods and hygienic living, about vege
tarianism and many other fada along tbe
Restaurants may be found In the large
citlea where no meat, pastry or coflee . I
served and the food crank la In hia glory
and arguments and theories galore ad
tranced to prove that meat waa never in
tended for human stomachs and almost
make ua believe that our sturdy ancestors
who lived tour score years In robust health
Dp roast beet, pork and mutton must have
been grossly Ignorant of the lawa of health.
Our forefathers had other things, to do
than formulate tbeorlea about th- food
they ate. A warm welcome waa extended
to any kind from bacon to acorns.
A healthy appetite and common aense
are excellent- guides to follow In matters
f diet and a mixed diet of grains, fruits
and mrata la undoubtedly the beat.
Aa compared with grains and vegetables
meat furnUbea tbe most nutriment In
highly concentrated form and Is digested
and assimilated more quickly than vege
tables and gralna.
Dr. Julius Remmaon. on th' subject
ays: "Nervous persons, peopl- tun dowa
In health and of low vitality i mid eat
meat and plenty of It. If the ingestion is
too feeble at first It may be easily cor
rected by tbe regular use of Stuart's Dys-
neoeta Tableta after each meal. Two of
these excellent tableta taken after din
' ner will dlgeat several thoussnd gralna of
meat, eggs or other animal food la three
hours and no matter bow weak the stom
ach may be no trouble will be experienced
If a regular practice la made of usilj
Btuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, because they
supply the pepsin and diastase necessary
to perfect digestion, and every form of la-
digestion will be overcome by tbelr use.
That large rlaaa cf people who come ua
der the head of nervous dyspeptics should
eat plenty of meat and Insure Ua proper
digestion by tbe dally use of a safe, harm'
leaa digestive medicine like Btuart'a Dya
pepala Tableta, com posed of the natural
digestive principles, pepsin, dlastaae, fruit
acids and exits, which actually perform
tbe work of digestion. Cheap cathartic
medicines, masquerading under the name
of dyapepala cures are useless for ladlge
tlon. as they have absolutely ao effect
upon the actual digestloa of the food,
nyapepat la all its forma ia simply
failure of the stomach to digest food and
the sensible way to aolve tbe riddle aud
aure the dyspepsia la to make daily use
at meal time of a preparation like Ktuarl'
Dyapepala Tablets, which ia endorsed by
the medical profession and known to con
tain active digestive principles.
All druggtats aell Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet at tot full treaUnsaW
treasurer: Miss Josephine Corcoran, finan
Maae CUT (inmmlm.
All peddlers' licenses sre due on Novem
Mm. Hsrvey D. Moeely is visiting friends
Mrs. A. R. Kelly will leave Tuesday for
Mrs. J. K Martin la In Seattle, visiting
friends and relative.
W. R. Bage Is bark from the west, where
he sj-ent the summer.
The new lumber and coal company.
Crosby, Kopeltx, Caaey Co.
Mrs. A. A. Thurlnw him about recovered
from her recent severe Illness.
John Amsler was the guest Inst week of
his daughter. Ml Amber Ameitr.
A son haa been horn to Mr. and Mr.
O. W. Tnilde, Sixteenth and Archer avenue.
N. D. Mann hns returned from a trip to
Oklahoma. He la much Improved In health.
Mr and Mrs. D. L. Holmes left lest night
for Chicago, where they will visit for a tew
Montgomery Weeks csme up from Kan
sas yesterday to spend Sunday with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dunn entertained Mr.
and Mrs. McVk-ker of Coxad. Neb., laat
Let us sell you your winter's auppl of
coal. Crosby, Kopeltx, Casey Co., 2413 N
Adah chapter of the Eastern Star gave an
enjoyable card party and dance Friday
Save coal Get storm sash. E. H. How.
lend Lumber & Coal Co., 43 North 24th St.
Rev. J. M. Ferguson of California will
speak at the Chrlstliui church this morning
T. Vavara haa taken out a permit for
the erection of a dwelling at Twentieth
nd S streets.
A loint meetlnr of the Woman's Relief
corps and Phil Kearney post will be held
Miss Btella Boa-era haa returned to her
ome at Martelle, la., atter a week's visit
un irienaa nere.
Membera of the council are figuring on
some way to provide money for tne clean
ing of the atreets.
J. H. Brady, secretary of the South
Omaha club, la entertaining his mother,
whose home is in Michigan.
Rev. Leander Lane will speak at the
men's meeting at the Toung Men's Chris
tian association this afternoon.
Mrs. G. W. Clark, mother of Mrs. W. I.
Holland, is seriously 111 at her home,
Twenty-fourth and F streets.
See B. E. Wilcox V Co. for good coal.
Rock Springs coal, 16.50 per ton, and Hanna
coal, x per ton.
Rev. George Van Winkle will address the
boys at the Young Men's Christian associa
tion rooms at 2 o'clock thla afternoon.
W. 8. King, chief engineer of the T'nlon
Stock Tarda company, left last night for
Bt Paul to attend to business matters.
'The Glory of Faith's Vision" Is the topic
upon which Rev. Dr. Wheeler will speak
at the Presbyterian church this forenoon.
Mrs. A. Metxger. mother of Mrs. Denna
Allbery. will start for her home In Los
Angelea Monday, after a pleasant visit here.
Walker Clark of Lincoln la here for a
few days, having ben called from his
duties by the serious illness of his mother.
Mrs. Jennie Johnson, Thirteenth and O
etreeta, will entertain tbe Presbyterian
King's Daughters Friday afternoon of this
The Ladles' Home Missionary society of
the Methodist church will meet with Mrs.
Stryker. Twenty-fourth and G streets, Fri-
The annual missionary tea of the Presby
terian church was held at the home of Mrs.
F. Oliver, 716 North Twenty-third street.
The local aerie of Eaglea gave Its second
annual dance at the troop srmory Friday
evening. There was a good attendance of
members and friends and a very enjoyable
veiling waa spil.
SALT LAKE HAS A CANDIDATE
Rssisret K. E. Calvla Is ta fnceeed
Dlcktaeoa, as Geaeral Maaaajer
' af I'aloa Paclfte.
A telegraphic communication from Salt
Lake City waa received in Omaha last
night saying It was reported In Salt - Lake
that E. E. Calvin, general superintendent
of the Oregon Short Line, is to be appointed
general manager of the Union Pacific, to
succeed Edward Dickinson. The report
could not be- confirmed in Omaha. Presi
dent Burt was out of tbs city and his sec
retary. T. M. Orr, said the matter waa news
I have never heard Mr. Calvin's name
mentioned in that connection before,'! Bald
The Salt Lake communication suggested
that Mr. Calvin was In Omaha last night,
but he could not be found, nor could any
one who bad heard of his being here.
It is still Impossible to obtain any tangi
ble idea as to Mr. Dickinson's successor.
President Burt refuses to be Interviewed
upon the subject and his rigid example has
naturally aealed tbe lips of other t'nlon
Pacific officials. It Is thought tbe president
is out of the city now on matters relating
to this appointment.
While many believe that if Mr. Burt
makes the appointment, which it Is his
natural function to do. Chief Engineer J
B. Berry will be the man. One who claims
the light to an opinion says no present oc
cupant of the headquarters building will be
W. L. Parkea. superintendent of the
Wyoming division haa been spoken of as
possible appointee, and then there Is
theory that the lucky man will come from
the east at the suggestion of the directors.
JOHN BERRY HAS STEADY JOB
Jada-e Baxter Asatans Hlsa ta Work
for tka State for Els;kt
John Berrr has a steady lob. Judge Bax- I
ter of the criminal bench of the district
court gave it to htm yeaterday. When
Berry was up before, the Judge was a trifle
lenient because tbe culprit had the sad
downcast eye of one who mourns the
world's wickedness and his own sins. He
wore his taffy-colored hair at Impressive
length and his trousers the other way. He
aerved In the county jail four months, and
hadn't been out five daya when he commit
ted highway robbery, was arreated and re
cently found guilty by a Jury.
Thia morning he came before Judge Bax
ter again, but thla time the aad eye, the
Tennessee hair and the Missouri breeches
wouldn't save him. The Judge reminded
him that he had been up for horse steal
ing, assault and battery, and now for high
way robbery, and that that sort of record
marked a bad man. His honor further in
formed the prisoner that when men bo per-
sUtently attempt to break Into the peni
tentiary It is the plan of courts to accom
modate them la their wish, and he accord
ingly gave Berry eight years at hard labor.
Em'! Brandlne eacaped more fortunately.
He had been accused of stealing from a
stamp collector on eaat Farnam atreet, but
when it came time for something to happen
the principal witness, a ho said be had seen
the thief, testified that tbe latter had
whiskers. Judge Baxter looked at Emll's
cherubic face, to young to bear even
"fuxx," and agreed to tbe dismissal of the
Tta-Prasr Kail Tkreagk Bis
While opening a box, J. C. Mount ot
Three Mile Bay, K. T.. ran a ten-penny
nail through the fleshy part of hit hand. "I
thought at once of all tbe pain and sore
ness this would csuse me." be says, "and
Immediately applied ' Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and occasionally afterwards. To my
surprise it removed all pain and soreness
and tbe UtJureU pans were soon healed."
Lklak Valley Blallroaa
beta'eea Chicago and New Tork, or Phila
delphia. Superb vestibule trains through
Slop-over aUewei at Niagara Fail.
LEGAL QUERY OVER BONFIRE
Woman Lorn Valuable Ekirt and Husband
6eki Eesptmsible Party.
ATTORNEY SAYS CITY IS NOT LIABLE
Object Leaeoa at tke Denser af Per
talttlaa; tke Isralsg af lite
mmm Rakklak la tke Pek-
Mrs. J. N. Bryan, who lives at 222 Pierce
street, yesterday lost a fine, new $55
dress rklrt, and as a result her husband haa
presented an interesting little ronimdrutn
for some legal expert to eolve. Involving
the responsibility for damages arising from
failure or neglect in the enforcement of an
Mrs. Bryan walked half a doxen blocks or
more with her dress on fire and still ctme
off a conditional ronquerer. She was pars
ing down St. Mary's avenue and had reached
a point In front of 2007. the residencs of
Charles A. Sweet, when ahe encountered
the smoke of a fire which was consuming
leaves and other trash in the rtreet. Tbe
smoke waa Just like any other smoke cot
very pleasant to Inhale, but Mrs. Bryan
merely lncreasedber gait and thought little
of this. But she had gone only a few feet
when she found that tbe wind had carried
some of the burning leaves over on the
sidewalk and that ber skirt had caught up
a few of these burniug particles. She
struck the leaves from her drees, suppos
edly, and proceeded.
Mrs. Bryan wae crossing the street at
Sixteenth and Jackson, when a liveryman
called to her that her dress was on Are.
Th second time tbe woman had to bruBb
fire off her. Thinking she had removed tbe
last vestige of tbe burning substance, Mrs.
Bryan started on ber way once more. She
went to the office of Dr. Capell at Sixteenth
and Howard and there her attention was
again called to her dress, which by this
time had begun to blase. Much frightened.
Mrs. Bryan smothered the fire, only after a
great effort, however, and only after, as she
says, the fire had ruined her $65 skirt.
Wke Pays tke Damage.
Fortunately Mrs. Bryan sustained no mor
tal Injuries from the fire which remained
in her dress all this time, although she
stood In very good way to. But the question
which Mr. Bryan now asks 1b:
"Who is responsible for the loss of Mrs.
Bryan's skirt T Is the city, on whose stat
ute books there is a law against bonfires on
City Attorney Connell says the city Is
not responsible, for tbe reason that it had
been exerting every effort to enforce thla
Some time ago the Board of Public Works
requested Chief of Police Donahue to ex
ercise special precaution against the vio
lation of thla ordinance prohibiting the
building of fires In streets and thereupon
tbe chief sent special instructions to all
his men urging them to stop this nuisance
and violation of law if possible. And the
men charged with this responsibility Insist
that every consistent effort haa been made
to carry out the chief's orders and those
of the board, but in spite of these dili
gent efforts fires seem to blaxe up every
now and then in tbe middle of the streets.
UEUT. BR0ATCH AT PANAMA
Yosaf Oanaka Ofltoer wltk tke Marlae
Battalloa Detailed far Daty
at tke Istksaas.
A letter from Lieutenant1 James Wallace
Broatch of the United States marine ser
vice bears information of interest to his
Omaha friends that he is with tbe naval
forces on shore at the Isthmus of Panama,
where he Is detailed as battalion adjutant
of the corps Instructed to guard tbe rail
road property there belonging to Ameri
cana from destruction by the warring Co
lombians. The officers on shore are living
temporarily in box cars on a pier that pro
jects out Into the Bay of Panama, although
there are three American vessels on duty
in tbe vicinity, the Wisconsin and Ranger
at Panama and Panther at Colon. The opin
ion is ventured that the Insurgents could
take both Panama and Colon were it not
that they fear tbe Americans would inter
pose on. the ground that they would en
danger the railroad property; also that the
American battalion could take Panama
from tbe water front and hold It with 1,000
men against 6,000 troops from the land
The Missouri Pacific will sell round trip
tickets at very low rates on Tuesdays, No
vember 4th and 18th. December 2d and
16th, for certain points In southwest Mis
souri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Texas, Arkanaaa, etc. Stopovers allowed on
going journey. Final limit of tickets, 21
days. For further information, maps, rates,
etc, address any agent of the company, or
Thos. F. Godfrey, passenger and ticket
agent, southeast corner of 14th and Douglas
Bta, Omaha, Neb.
PLEASED WITH GERMAN ARMY
Beat la tka World, Says Geaeral Car-
kla. kut tke Amerleaa Soldier
NEW TORK, ocu z&. Major ueneraie
Corbin and Toung of the t'nlted Btatea
army, who went abroad to attend the Ger
man army maneuvers upon the Invitation
of Emperor William, returned today on the
steamship Philadelphia from Southampton.
Speaking of their trip General Toung aald
We attended the maneuvers of the Ger
man army and visited England, where we
wre cordially received. v e wore the new
uniform at the maneuvere and the press
spoke highly of It. The Germans, however,
do not tntnk it aaamea to- tneir country.
while In Ena-land they thought favorably
of It. I met Generala Roberts and Kitch
ener, with whom I was much Impressed,
In England It Impressed me that while
they kept track of Europe and know Ita
history ana namts, tney Know compara
tively little about ua. However, tney are
learning more about ua now. General Leon
ard "S oort will return noma on a steamer
loavlng November L
General Corbin expreased his gratification
over the cordiality of the reception of the
American generals in England.- jari Rob
erta, he said, was coming here next Septem
ber and would "take in the country from
Nev Tork to San Francisco."
General Corbin had this to say of Em
peror William: "He is wonderfully well
poised, gracious and tactful and yet very
"Tbe German army Is the best la the
world," added the general, "but there ia a
difference between the best army and the
best soldiers. It goes without saying that
tbe American soldier Is the best.
General Corbin was asked whether It was
congress that was to blame for what waa
lacking in tbe American army. To this he
Congress is very kindly disposed, but
there are ao many persons both In and
out of it that have views that we never
sem to agree on a plan for reorganiaa
lion. The Man la always a minority reuort
In Germany there la no interference with
THREE HURT IN EXPLOSION
xiir Otkers Have Harrow Ear as
fraas rkareje af Dyaaaslte la
Itw Vark Safcway.
NEW TORK. Oct. 25. Three persons were
badly injured and a great many others nar
row! sacapsd by the axplosloa, oi a charge
of dynamite at Park avenue and Forty-first
street, where work is in progress la con
nection with the building of a station on
the Rapid Transit subway.
A large number of persons were standing
on tbe sidewalk above watching tbe men
at work, a hen suddenly a loud explosion
was heard and tons of rocks of all Bliea
were projected Into the air.
Most of tbe serious accidents in connec
tion with tbe subway work have occurred
In this vicinity.
Dr. Mattlce tinea ta Maatteka,
Dr. R. I. Mattlce and Mrs. Mattlce de
parted from this city Friday evening for
Winnipeg, at which place they will make
their tuture home. It is the Intention of
the doctor, in conjunction with Dr. tlrey.
at present a professor in the Manitoba
Medical college, to open a private hospital
for women. Ir. Mattlce, whose office and
place of residence was at Klghteenth and
Farnam street, has been connected with
the medical profession of this city for
twenty years, devoting himself particu
larly to the diseases of women. The doc
tor and Mrs. Mattlce leave behind a host
of personal and professional friends.
teoosea OST tar Tracks.
M. G. Thoma was yesterday evening
scooped off the car track at Twenty
fourth street and Indiana avenue by the
fender of a nurthbound enr and suffered
two gashes on the head and a split ear.
His injuries were attended to at the po
lice station. Thoma is said by bystandera
to have been walking along the tracks In
an Rimless manner when struck, but he
himself maintains thst he received his
injuries by a fall when alighting from
a moving car. Thoma rooms at Rock
fellow's livery stabxie at Twenty-fourth
and Clark etreeta.
The Methodist church haa been fitted out
with pews during the last week.
Mrs. Olmsted of Ixigan. la., is visiting
her daughtet, Mrs. J. A. Keller.
William A. Tlndell. Jr.. has returned from
a week's pleasure trip to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Muriel have tiken the
Patrick residence on McCague street for
Mr. and Mrs. Klnworthy. who have lived
in Benson the last summer, removed to
Omaha last week.
Mrs. James Walsh went to Elkhom last
Friday to spend a few daye visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Totman of Iowa Is visiting In Ttenson
t the home of her brother-in-law. Rev. A.
M. Totman, and family.
Diphtheria has broken out among the
children of Theodore "Williams. This Is the
third case within a month.
Services will be held at the Methodist
church todav at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday achool at noon. Rev. Mr. Crews,
Rev. Mr. Mutr of Nashville, Tenn.. who
attended tbe Christian church convention,
visited a few days last week with old
friends in BenBon.
The Methodist church of this place was
filled last Sunday evening by members of
the church and others, to hear Rev. Q. C.
Johnston, one of the Christian church con
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Gwynne, who
recentlv moved to Benson from Omaha, are
rejoicing over the birth of a son, born Oc
tober 20. Mrs. Gwynne waa formerly Miss
Emma Wood of this place.
The following clerks and Judges were ap
pointed to serve at the election In Benson
precinct: Judges. Joe McGulre. C. A. Blom
berg and C. B. Dodson; clerks, Edward Q.
HlllB and James A. Howard.
Mrs. Ella BrookB of Kanaas City arrived
in Benson last Thursday evening, accom
panied by Master Andrea- Morton, who
spent the summer with Mrs. Brooks, who
will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
The members of the Methodist church
endered a reception to the new pastor.
Rev. Mr. Crews, and wife, in the churcn
parlors last Friday evening. A large num
ber were present ana a aociai unit eim.
n the early part or tne evening a program
of music and addresses was haa, alter
which refreshment were served.
Th nostnoned rillv dav exercises of the
Methodist Sunday school were held laet
Sunday morning, under the direction of the
teachers. The school gave an exerclee of
songs In chorus and recitations, the choir
furnished an anthem and special music
Bhflrt addremies were made by the pastor.
Rev. Mr. Crews, and William Tlndell and
Miss Johnson, after which each pupil was
presented with a souvenir button by the
nnerintonrlent. The church was appropri
ately decorated for the occasion, which was
symbolic oi Harvest time.
Miss Poff of Denver is visiting Mrs. J. C
Barcus for a few daya.
Mrs. W. Bell of Omaha was the guest
of Mrs. B. P. Wallace thla wee a.
v.A RuevM was a vlBltor here Bunaay.
He has taken up hie realdence In Omaha
M. S. Potter of Chambers, Neb., is visit
ing his uncle, M. B. Potter, lor a lew
Mrs. Haley and daughter or craig, ieD.,
were the guests of Mrs. Sarah i.. Tracy
Mm anil Miaa Kimball of Omaha spent
Thursday here visiting their daughter and
sister, Mrs. J. b. i-auu
Mr. and Mra. Paul entertameqine lam-
tlles W. L.. Crosby and J. uraoea
at dlnntr Saturday evening.
CaotaJn Sam Wallace returned to Chi
cago Monday, having spent a couple of
weeKs nere wun nis mninj.
Mrs. Wead of Bloomlngton, Neb., visited
her brother, M. B Potter, a few flays tne
lat week, returning to her home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Nellson or uancroit.
x'.k u i h funeral or wire, c-eu-
son'B mother, Mra. Frttx Johansen, Mon
Rev James Clark of Omaha will occupy
the pulpit in the Presbyterian church Bun
day and will probably accept a call to the
ministry at thlB place.
Mra. Myrtle Foulk and son, who have
been here the last three weeks visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Elliott re
turned to ber home at Ireton, Ia., Wednes
day- ' . . . . .
Mr. and Mrs. William fune enterxainea
Mr. and Mra. J. 8 Paul, Mr. ana mra.
Miller of Oman a. airs, miw wui....
111., and Mlaa Anna Arnoim ox uuuot
Wednesday nignu i
Rev. H. C. Herring and family have re
turned to town.
Mr. ajid Mra. W. L. Belby are making a
vlait in Keokuk, la
A daughter waa born last ween to Mr.
and Mra. Westertield.
Mrs. Noah Perry is out of town, visiting
friends for a few days.
The new brick school house on nrty-
first street Is going up rapidly.
Mrs. Lucy Deerlng IB the guest or ner
brother, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery.
Mr. M K. Eberhart of Chicago Is visit
ing her slater, Mrs. Sarah Comer.
Mra J J. Barr has been entertaining
some ot tne oeiegaie " "e .m,u
Th. Infant aon of Mr. and Mrs. George
Place was buried on Monday at Mount
Mrs. Walter Stewart of Norfolk, with
her voung son. Is viniting her parents. Dr.
and Mrs. H. C. Van Uieson.
Mrs. Noble de Lance of Canton, N. x .,
will he the -uest for tne winter oi ner
daughter, Mra. D. L. Johnson.
The house on California street. Between
tt-nrtv-etirhth and Fortv-nlnth streets, haa
been rented to Mrs. llogan and family.
On Friday night the fire department was
u.rf nut to evtinauina a small nlaae.
which destroyed air. inompsons cmcaen
food and chli kens.
Mr snd Mrs. T. B. van t-mnurgn or
New Tork Cltv. who have been the guests
of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Van Gleaon, left
on Wednesday for San t ranclaco.
The Dundee Woman's club will meet on
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Barr. It
la State Federation day and aeveral guests
from other clubs are expected to be pres
Ed T. Heyden lesves this week to look
over some farm lands In Canada.
Rev. Jamea Mcintosh of Tama. Ia.. will
preach morning and evening today at West
minster resoyterian cnunu.
J. I. ' Rtrelltakv of Chicago, president of
the district grand lodge. B'liat B rith. Is the
gueat of William M Jvlnley lodge, timuna,
and is exnected to sueak Sunday afternoon
at the Continental block. The lodge Is con
Biderlng securing Rabbi Uirsh of Chicago
fur a lecture some time soon.
TOO LATE TO CXAaslfV.
MATRIMONIAL JOURNAL, lust Issued
contains large list, sent sealrd. fc- In
stamps. Boa au. Omaha, Jvtb.
WIDOW, ta honest, healthy and practical.
dealers to correepuna with houor.bie gen.
Unman. Address U 17, bee, -44 Sj
Miss Lillian Ramsey, President
of the Denver Quincy Qub,
of Denver, Colo., Says She
W 9 J-a
Was iermaiently Cured tSy (f
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Bottle ot Which Will Be
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If you have pains In the bark, rheu
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dlaletes. Bright s disease, inflammation of
the bladder and urinary organs, scalding
pains when you urinate, e sema. Juumllce.
rwelllng or torpid ltver; if a woman, a
bearlng-domn sensation, fainting spells, so
called female weakness, painful perions.
your kidneys are diseased. You should
lose no time in Bending for a free trial
bottle of Warner's Sale Cure, as s special
arrangement has been made with the pub
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free trial get a 6nc bottle at your druggists. It will re
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all disease germs.
If the kidneys become diseased and are unable to do
their work properly, the liver Incomes affected, then the
bladder, the urinary orgai.e. the blood and stomach, the
blood becomes lmpoverinhed. the urine becomes muddy
and will have a brickdust sediment, the liver becomes
torpid and pains In the buck are almost constant, as the
system becomes pregnated with the disease, the stomach
Is rendered unable U digest the food properly, the result
Is a general breakdown with fatal results.
This state of affairs could be avoided If every one was
careful to test their urine as soon as they felt the first
MARK THIS TESTi Put some morning urine In n
glass or bottle, let it stand for twenty-four hours. If
then It la milky or cloudy or contains a reddish brickdust
sediment, or 1 particles or germs float about in it, your
kidneys sre diseased.
MADE HER A WELL WOMAN.
"I was all run down, had no appetite, was troubled
with indigestion, pains In my back and suffered untold
misery during my monthly periods until 1 used Warner's
Safe Cure. Thanks to It I am now as strong find healthy
aa any woman could be. My mother suffered for over two
years with what our doctor called "weakness peculiar to
women.' She had severe pains In her back and her hend
ached almost constantly: in fact, she was an Invalid
until the doctor prescribed Warner's Safe Cure. Three
bottles made a permanent cure. She has no more of
her old troubles and enjoys perfect health. All br
complications were caused by diseases of the kidneya '-J"d
my mother taken Wurner's Safe Cure In the first iiT -e
Instead of a lot of so-called cures for female weakr'-s
she would have been saved a great deal of suffering. We
will never be without a bottle of Warner's Bate Cure
in the house and If every poor. Buffering woman knew
the merits of Warner's Safe Cure she might be restored
to perfect health." MISS LILLIAN RAMSET, President
of the Denver Quincy Club, Denver, Colo.
WARNER'S BAFE CT'RE Is purely vegetable and
contains no harmful drugs. It Is free from sediment
and pleasant to take. (Beware of so-called kidney cures
which sre full of sediment and of bad odor they ure
positively harmful and do not cure.) It doee not con
stipate. It Is a most valuable and effective tonic. It Is
a stimulant to digestion and awakens the torpid liver.
It repairs the tissues, soothes Inflammation and Irrita
tion., stimulates the enfeebled organs and heals at the
same time. It builds up the body, gives It strength and
restores energy. You can buy Warner's Safe Cure at any
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REFISE gl'BSTITl'TES. There Is none "just as
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kidney disease for thirty years. It Is prescribed by all
doctors and used in the leading hospitals as the only
absolute cure for all forms of disease of kidney, liver,
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TRIAL BOTTLE FREE.
To convince every sufferer from diseases of the kldneyB, liver, bladder and blood that Wamer'B Bate Cure will cure them, a
trial bottle will be sent absolutely free, postpaid. Also a valuable medical booklet which tells all about the diseases of the kid
neys, liver and bladder, with a prescription for each disease, and many of the thousands of testimonials received dally from
grateful patients who have been cured bv Warner's Safe Cure. All you have to do- Is to write Warner'a Safe Cure Company of
Rochester, N. ., and mention having read this liberal offer in The Bee. The genuineness of thla offer Is fully guaranteed by the
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We eta stat treat all diseases, kat we rare all we treats we treat xaea only aad rare tkeaa ta stay tsrrl
We ear ta star cared Varleeee-le. Btrletare, Last Manhood, Atrophied or skraakea Or areas, ByaktlltH
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the form of gloomy forebodings of Impending disaster.
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Thonsands, both men and women, have kidney dlseak
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careful. Tou should make n test of your kidneys at once
and satisfy yourself as to their condition.
Howard Avenue. New Orleans. 1ji.. August 1. VXC.
GENTLEMEN: lRt sprliig my health broke down
under continual mental strain. For sevcrnl nights 1 was
unable to sleep and my nerves were completely un
strung. The doctor told me that my trouble came from
a diseased condition of my kidneys. He prescribed War
ner's Safe Cure and 1 am happy to say It worked wonders
for me. It healed my kidneys
so that they were able to do
their work and my genernl
health was restored speedily.
1 enjoy refreshing sleep and
am now as strong and vigorous,
physically Hnd mentally, as
1 ever was In my life. War
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R M CARTIIT. Jr..
Vice President snrt Director
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ss Mr. McCarthy's and Mies
Lamary's are received dallv
frcm grateful patients h
nave been permanently cured
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