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TIIE OMAHA DAILY llEEt TUESDAY, .1AMUAKY 27, 1003.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
to satafMlnata Marshal Willi, ma Ktinita
night while drunk. Six shots were fired,
none taking effect.
Dsvls se.la d iib
f or rent, mndrrn house, 719 fllath avenue.
Kpoi t wmch r'inlrlMn. IfTert. 409 B y.
Mm. A. V.'lley In home from a visit to
Annual redurtlon on picture, end picture
f riming. '. K. Alexenuer Co.
i he Meal club will meet this nfternoon at
Hie home uf tlm. Metcalf on Hiuff attcet.
Wanted, at ome hoy with pony to carry
lire route. Apply at the vlilce, 1 1'earl
We are headqjartera for alase of all
knd. Mee ua ovio:. you buy. C. H. faint,
t.il and Hiira couiBtiny.
There lll b a regular meeting of the
i;.K lodtie Ihuradny night for Initiation,
1'iiiowcd iiy a luncheon.
The First Kaptlst church of thla city will
"f-erve Munoay, February la, at "rally
usy. ' with peoal Bifvle.
There will be a auerlal meeting thla even
Ing of 1'alm grove, woodmen t ircle,
Unit and report of special committee.
Klahop Morrison will be In Council Bluff,
Bunrtay, hebruary . to rontlrm classes at
bt. I'aul's and Wrace Kplscopal churches.
The l.adlea' Aid aoclety of 8t. Taula
'hpiecopal church will meet thla afternoon
hi ihe home ft Mra. It. V. Jnnea mi Fou.-lh
Hi reel. I
The Ladles' Aid aoclety of the Flrat Con
greaatlo.ial church will entertain the mem
bers or the congregation at a tree social In
the church parlors than evening.
The poatponed regular meeting of tho
Council Wuffa Itetall Druggists' association
will be held Wednesday evening In the
ufAce of Mayor Morgan In the city hall.
The party who took by mlatake a new
Ilawes derby hat. alae VS. at the Koyal
Arcanum party Monday nlcht can obtiln
hie by returning lha other to John T. Mul
uueen. Pearl Wright, a young farmer agalnat
whom an Indictment had been returned by
i h arand lnr. vii arreated yeaterday and
committed to tha county Jail In default of
1. CO ball.
At tha meeting of th Federal T.abor
union laat night a reaolullnn waa adopted
pledging the membera to refrain from lining
any tobacco or gooda manufactured by the
no-called tobacco truat.
M. 8. Hoop of Harrlaon atreet went to
North riatte. Neb., Hunday to attend tha
funeral of hla nephew. Ilalph Dolan. the
locomntiva fireman who waa hilled Saturday
morning In a wreck at Gothenburg.
Mlaa F. E. Chapman of 111! Routh Blxth
afreet waa very pleaaantly surprised Satur
day evening by a number f young people,
tha occasion being her birthday. A very
pleaalng program waa given and refresh
Auguatua F. Howell of Boaton gave a
humorous lecture laat evening before the
membera of Fidelity council, Royal Ar
canum, and their friends. Following the
lecture dancing waa enjoyed and refresh
Thomaa I-uckablll was arreated last even
ing on complaint of his wife, who charged
him with going home and attcsBptlng to
break up the furniture. Mra. Luckablll In
formed the pollre she would file a complaint
agalnat her husband under the state dipso
H. T. Plumbing Co., Tel. 260. Night. F67.
K Kflort to Get iafjerTlsors.
It la Dot believed that the members of
the Board of Supervisors will make any
effort to secure tho convention In 1904 of
the State Association of County Super
visors for Council Bluffs. It Is understood
that Supervisor Branflea will attend tha
convention this week In Davenport, but
as far as Is known none of the other mem
bers will. It was generally understood
that Bait year's convention would go to
either Sioux City or Council Bluffs, and it
bow teems certain that Sioux City will get
Colonel Baker. member ot the board,
aid yesterday that bualnees would prevent
him attending the Davenport meeting, as
ho bad originally Intended, and that he
did net think any effort would be made to
secure next year's meeting (or this city.
"Such ft meeting." gplalnad. "places
too great a burden on the local members
of the association and then again the
proximity ol Omaha offers so many attrac
tions for the visitors that It would be al
most Impossible to keep the members to
gether on this side of the river to hold
Plumbing and heating. Blxby A Son.
Mere Trooble tor Doermer.
A warrant for the arrest of August Doer
ner, the young Seventh Day Adventlst stu
dent who was recently before the commie
alonera on Insanity, was Issued yesterday
from the court ot Justice Ouren on com
plaint of Julius Korgan. who charged young
Doerner with the betrayal of his 18-year-old
daughter. It was young Doerser's In
fatuation for Miss Korgan which led to her
father filing an Information with the com
missioners charging young Doerner with
being mentally disarranged. The commis
sioners discharged young Doerner on the
understanding that be keep away from the
Korgan home until sent for. Doerner re
turned to Lincoln, but returned to Council
Bluffs. Informing the authorities that Miss
Korean's father bad aent for him. As none
of the family came to meet blra young Doer
ner returned to Lincoln Sunday evening
The young people are desirous of marrying
but Mlsa Korgan's parents refuse to con-
seat to It. 8herlff Cousins left yesterday
for Lincoln with the warrant for Doerner,
CHRISTIAN HOME PROSPERS
Old Debt Cleared Up During Fait Tear aid
Surplus Lnft la Treasury.
DECREASE 6F ONE IN NUMBER OF INMATES
Improvements Costing Right Thon.
sead Five llaadred Ilollara Have
Dee a Made sad Paid for
upon by (be officers of the association In
The meeting waa the brat attended In
the hlatory of the association, between
fifty and sixty members and friends of the
organization being present. Following the
buslneaa meeting refreshments were served
and a social session enjoyed by those present.
Rev. J. O: Lemen. manager of the Chris
tian Home, baa completed the financial
,j 1 atatement of tha institution for the year , reyror
I ending December 31, 1902. The receipts j Wggett
during the twelve months were (2t.401.23
and the disbursements 124,043,0. leaving a
balance ot IMS. 17 on hand January 1, 1903.
This statement refers only to the general
During the six months from July 1, 1002.
to January 1, 1903, there were received Into
the home thirty-seven children and adults
and homes found for thirty-eight children,
making a total decrease ot one during the
The last year waa a prosperous one for
the home and the deficiency of (4,500.38
from 1001 waa not only cleared up, but the
year closed with a small balance In the
treasury. Improvements to the Institution
and grounds amounting to $8,500 were made
On March It will be celebrated the twen
tieth anniversary ot the Incorporation of
Old Ilecka" Too fttroag.
The first of a series of bowling contests
among rival teams of the Elks lodge on
the club house alleys last night resulted In
the defeat of the team captained by City
Engineer Etnyre by a team atyled the
"Old Bucks, " headed by Colonel W. J.
Davenport, by a score of 2,347 to 2.109. The
defeated learn paid for the aupprr at tho
Grand hotel which followed the game.
1st. 2t. 3d. Total.
Olvlaa; Away Stavea.
The second heating stove given by Wil
lies Welch to his coal customers waa
awarded to Mrs. Henry Becker. 1411 South
Eighth street. Another has been put up
on the eame plan, and during the next thirty
days will be given away free to one of his
customers. Before ordering your coal call
at 1 North Main atreet or 'phone 128.
Mra. o.alre Arrives.
Mrs. Edythe Squire ot Chicago, wife ot
Will Squire, son of Mr. and Mra. J. W.
Squire, arrived In the city yeaterday. ac
companied by her mother. Mra. Charlta
Witt of Ottawa. 111. They are registered
at the Grand hotel. Mrs. Will Squire was
formerly Mlaa Kdjrlhe Witt ot Net) la. thla
county, and waa married to Will Squire at
her mother's home In Ottawa last May. It
will be a surprise to many of the youug
nian'a frlende to learn that be Is married,
aa he haa always denied It alnce returning
to Council Bluffs two months ego.
Cut thla out and preaent It on cr before
Saturday. January SI. and you will be en
titled to one Kureka Fountain Pen complete
for 19c. Only one to a customer and posi
tively none without this ad. DeLong Ihe
Printer, MT Broadway.
A. II. Read. 128 Main St.
TIimj trans I era V
the abstract. tll. and loan office of J
fqulr. K'l Pearl atreet;
J. P. flrenhl'ld and wife to Wil
liam Arnd. lot C block . ivltie
f aimer' a add; lot . blink 4. lot a.
block in. and lit T. block I. Kiuta-
' man s M add: lot 3, Auditor aub
dtv. eeV, ne t-T-41 a c. d
Henry H. Alien 'o John Kluameyer.
set, r.V t-7-44. w. d
Oer 4 t'omitanv to rneta J
Cumins, Iota IV 1 lU-k V and
lota 10, 1. block fcteW A W ikhI a
, auudlv, a w. d
Total, three traraf.ra
a Peart ! . Council Ulnffa Th.n '
NEITHER SIDE LIKES VERDICT
Notice Filed ( Motion for New Trial
la the I.ock Peraoaal In
The sealed verdict In the suit ot Henry
Lock against the City of Council Bluffs for
Injuries alleged to have been received aa
the reault of a fall on a defect We slduwalk
waa found when opened yesterday by Judge
Thornell to be In favor ot the plaintiff for
$500, as reported. The attorneys for Lock
are not satisfied with the award and gave
notice of filing a motion for a now trial.
Neither side is satlafied with the verdict,
in view ot the answers ot the jury to thu
special Interrogatories submitted on bfhalt
ot the plaintiff. In answer to one ot the
Interrogatoriea the Jury decided that the
plaintiff could have avoided the dangerous
place on the sidewalk by passing around It
on Broadway, without any great Inconven
ience to himself. The Jury further found
that the plaintiff made no attempt to as
certain the condition of the aldewalk before
passing over It and that by walklug on
the other side of the street he could bare
avoided the defective place.
Notice of appeal waa filed In tho suit of 1
F. A. Measmore agalnat P. C. DeVol and
others, In which Judge Green found for the
The third trial ot tha petaonal Injury
damage suit of Henry Oeesen against James
Saguln was continued and specially as
signed as the first Jury case for the next
term, on motion of the plaintiff. Tha stilt
arises from Injuries received by Geesen
while working on one of the viaducts In
A Jury was Impaneled to try the suit ot
Nels C. Anderson against Mary Nelson
and the taking ot evidence will begin this
morning. It hi a ault over wages.
Thla second ssslgnment of ltw causes
was made by Judge Thornell:
MnnitiT January SS Sorensnn agalnat
White. Moore agalnat Sells, Fidelity Trust
Company ugalnat Mohn. Anderson agalnat
Tueedav, January 7 Alexander against
Brown Hroa., Waldman aajalnst O'Leary.
Wednesdav, January 28 Oetdlck against
Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway
Company tepeclal); Henneaay against Chi
cago. Milwaukee Bt. Paul Railway Cora-
Cany special); Chris Johnaon against
nlon Pacific Railway Company.
Thursday. January 29 McKerwn agalnat
Handlen (special). Cttrlstuuisen against
Herr. Woolfaon against Council Bluna pro
Friday. January So Allen agalnat Wa
bash Railway Company. Schurs agalnat
Nichols et at. McRoberta agalnat Potta
wattamie County. , .
Saturday. January M Meek agalnat Pot
Monday, February J West against Wln-
Tuesday, February I Tlret National
Bank against CottreJl et aU Klrby agalnat
Wedneadav. February 4 Hill agalnat
Motor ComiMiny (special). Bender against
Town of Mlnden (special).
Thursday, February 6 Katate of John
Patterson. deceased, (apeclal), Brown
aftnlnst Rankin Bros. (sreclal).
Friday. February Fisher against Chit
rago. Rock Island Pacific Railway Com
pany tapeola.1); Ilannan. Receiver, against
Si a son City A Fort Pode-e Railroad Com
pany. Klseell agalnat C. C. A I. Company,
Saturday. February T. Hodder against
Monday, February Wood worth agalnat
Tuesday. February 10 Wlckham agalnat
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacltlo Railway
CHARITY WORKERS PROSPER
Aaaaal Meetlag of Associated Char
Kiel kaa Flaaarlal Com.
dltloa ta Geed.
At the annual meeting of the Associated
Charitiea. held yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. P. J. Montgomery on Fourth
atreet. Mra. Jacob Slma, who last year
J. lied the position of corresponding secre
tary, waa elected president. Other officers
elected were: Vice president, Mrs. Georgd
Phelps; recording secretary. Miss Grace
Beehe; corresponding eecretary, Mlas Elisa
beth Squire; treasurer, Mrs. P. J. Mont
gomery. Although the aaaoclatlon is but two years
old, the report of Mlsa Caroline Dodge,
the retiring president, showed that It had
taken a foremost position In the charitable
organisations of the city and that while at
the atart It had to paaa through vicissi
tudes and dlsappolntmenta. It waa now
established on a Arm basis. One of the
principal featurea ot the work of the aa
aoclatlon la the conducting ot the creche
on Glen avenue, la which for the year paat
an average of thirty children have been
cared f r dally. At preaent the creche
la raring for twenty-nine little onea. whose
agea range from a tew months to 10 years
The aaaoclatlon had a good year finan
cially and the report ot Mra. P. J. Mont
gomery showed that after all bills had
j been paid there waa a neat little balance
I to atart the year 1903 with. The receipts
during 1902 amounted to I2.32i.ci and the
dlt bursrments were $2.040. 50. leaving a bal
ance on hand January 21 of HH 11. To
thla muat be added nearly 1 30 paid la yes
terday by delinquent members.
The recent entertainment at the New
theater given by the Council Bluffs Dra
matic rlub for the benefit ot the creche
i neiwd the institution t-ft.TO.
Mr. Caroline Johnson, superintendent
c f the creche, was reappointed, and her
management of the Insiltutian during the
U: a waa tuoat tavoreblf cootaieaied
Totals 735 97
Ploaeer of Pottavvnttanale
Mrs. Selma Toting, aged 83 years, a pio
neer resident of Pottawattamie county, died
Sunday night at her homo in Plumer set
tlement. One daughter, Mrs. Christian
Berk of Lewis township, and two sons,
John of Plumer settlement and George of
I'nderwood, survive her. Deceased was
the widow of Jacob Young, who died In
1884. Mrs. Young was married In Germany
In 1844, and with her husband came to
America In 1654. After living one year in
Ohio they came to Iowa and settled en a
farm in Plumer settlement, where Mrs.
Young; had made her home evtr since. The
funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock from the family realdence and
Interment will be In the Lutheran ceme
tery of the Plumer settlement.
Parole for David Honaer.
David Houaer, the young man who was
convicted at the November term of district
court of robbing David Johnson of $140 and
sentenced to ten months' Imprisonment in
the county Jail, waa released yeaterday,
Governor Cumins having acceded to the
request of the young man's friends and
granted him a parole.
PEOPLE SEIZE COAL TRAIN
Racine Stops for Water at Tows of
Stratford, Iowa Nearly Twenty
Carloads Are Takea.
DBS MOINES, la.. Jan. 26. The town of
Stratford, 100 mllea north of here, having
a population ot nearly 2,000, ta greatly
wrought up as the result of the arrest of
more than thirty persons who held up a
train of coal and seized nearly twenty cars
of coal. But little coal has been shipped
to Stratford for many weeks and a severe
fuel famine prevailed.
Yesterday a Northwestern freight train
of loaded coal cars passing through the
town stopped for wster. The train had
no sooner come to a stop than the news
spread like wildfire. Soon a mob of 600
people with wagons, baskets and coal
scuttles were at the tracks, a car of coal
was broken open and the people were help
ing themselves. Of the train of twenty
cars but a few tons remained when the
raid was over.
The railroad company at once notified
the sheriff, who Immediately left Webster
City for Stratford. He made between thirty
and forty arrests. A high state ot excite
ment prevails. The amount of coal taken
was not much per person, but ss a wholo
Is sufficient to last the town for some time.
Much trouble Is looked for when the
arrested persons are brought to trial. All,
however, have been granted ball pending the
time of trial, which Is set for the next
term of the district court.
Habbard Sot la Rare.
SIOCX CITY. Ia.. Jan. 26. (Special Tele
gram.) Senator E. H. Hubbard tonight
made an announcement that will relieve
the political situation to some extent in
Woodbury county, but will make It more
complicated in other respects. Senator
Hubbard, who had announced his candidacy
for the congressional nomination, refuse!
to state that he would not be a candl late
for the senatorial nomination. It was Inti
mated that Senator Hubbard was holding
the field until it should be nls pleasure to
eay what he would take. Tonight be an
nouiwd definitely that he would not be a
"I am not, never have been and shall not
be a candidate for the senate."
MENDS BREAK OF ATTORNEY
Bap rems Court Drcidei Care'esire-e Caniot
Defnt In'1! of Jur.ice.
ASPHALT COMPANY WITHDRAWS PAPERS
11 1 Price for a l-ea.
SIOCX CITY, la.. Jan. 2 (Special T.l
c gram.) Mrs. H. VoSkmar, from near Tint
tie Creek, la., aska the county for $12,000
damages tor the lost of a leg. The super
visors ngard the price unprecedentcdly
high and will contest the claims. Mrs.
Volkmar was injured by being knocked
off thi end of a bridge over an embank
ment. The horee which she was driving
became frightened at an approaching ve
hicle and the accident resulted. Her leg
was broken and had to be amputated.
Against Wet In Coke Shipments
from the West lr
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
1)E3 MOINES, Jan. 28. ( Sneclal. 1 Tho
supreme court today reversed a case from
Woodbury county in which It was neces
sary to decide that the blunders of a tele
phone manager and a telephone company
attorney could not be held to defeat Jus
tice. One Bsrto had sued the Iowa Tele
phone company for damages for having
been knocked from a polo by a current of
electricity. The notice of ault waa aerved
on Manager Clnrk at Sioux City and for
warded to General Manager Smith at Dav
enport. The latter consulted with E. E.
Dook, attorney for the company, and It
was agreed that Judge Van Wagenen of
Sioux City should be employed to defend
the case In court. But each one understood
that the other one was to take care of the
rase and nee to It that a defense was made.
But neither one did It and Barto obtained
Judgment by default. Judge Gaynor at
Sioux Cit Jr refused to reopen the case
after the cttorneys found out what had
happened, but the supreme court decided
that in such caeca It is an accident and
not a matter of neglect and tho case should
be reopened and be tried on its merits.
The following were the other decisions
of the court:
. . Ixvimia nealiiSt John Rclmert". ap
iDAY FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGE
Ohio Man la Tendered IHah Jadlrlal
Place by President
CANTON, O., Jan. 26. Judge W. R. Day
has accepted a tender of appointment as
associate judge of the United States
Judge Day said today in answer to a
query ss to his appointment:
"I received the tender from President
Roosevelt Saturday. I mailed by accept
ance thla morning."
Judge Day does not know when the ap
pointment will be sent to tho senate.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2ti It was -m-nounced
at the White House this afternoon
that Judxe William R. Day of Canton, ().,
had acc?pted the tender made to him by
the presld "it of a seat on the supreme
bench of the United States.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair and Colder ta Iowa, Fair In
Eastern and Snow In West
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2. Forecast :
For Nebraska and South Dakota Fair In
east and snow In west portion Tuesday;
colder; Wednesday, snow.
pellant, Pottuwattumle county. Judge Thor- T Iowa Fair and colder Tueeday,
nell; reversed by Shorwin. Wednesday, increasing clotidlnees.
For Illinois Fair and colder Tuesday;
Flsbt Over Postotn.ee Removal.
LENOX. Ia.. Jan. 2. (Special.) The
people of Lenox are up in arms over thu
action of the postmaster in removing the
poitofflce from the north aide of town to
the south aide end a warm legal battle Is
threatened. The office has been nt the
north end ot the atreet tor many years.
but on Sunday night the poatmaster had
It moved. The businesa men and cltizon
of tbe north side have engaged legal talent
and say they are going to fight the re
moval. They have sent maps and ulaus
ot the town to the department, but the
postmaster says that he has au hority from
the government tor his removal.
C. P. Uuch. appellant, aarnlnst Nlchola
Flanders, Keokuk county, Judge Dewey;
reversed by Jllwhop.
Kstate of Anna M. Jacob, Fayette county.
Judge Hobt on; affirmed by McClaln.
The Hnney-Campbell company, appel
lant, agaiiixt Creston Creamery company,
Jackson county. Judge House; affirmed by
P. W. Delle against State Mutual Hal
Insurance company, appellant, Dickinson
county. Judge Wharton; affirmed by Iadd.
Asphalt Company Withdraws.
After having left Its articles of Incor
poration in the hands of the secretary of
state for over a month, the same to be
filed and recorded, the Barber Asphalt Pav
ing company of West Virginia today with
drew the articles and declined to pay the
fee which was decided as requisite to in
corporation in the state. The company
contends that It Is merely a mercantile
and manufacturing concern sod Is entitled
to be incorporated without the filing fee.
but the secretary ot state took the ground
that It has larger powers and engages In
construction work In the state, and as such
would have to he treated as all such com
panies. The object In filing the papers
was to give the company legal standing in
the state courts.
Incorporation papers were filed today ss
follows: Cedar Faila A Janeavlile Power
company, by Frank A. Anderson and oth
ers, capital stock. $100,000; the Boll Imple
ment and Carriage company, Dea Moines,
capital $1.000; Shenandoah Artificial Ice
company, capital $15,000. E. K. Dunegan,
president: Curtis A an Denberg company,
Clinton, changed name to Curtis A Bartlett
company and Increased capital to $100,000.
Dlaerlmlnatlan Atvalaat the West.
A letter was received at the office of the
state railroad commissioners today from
the A. B. Shorthlll company of Marshall
town stating that they find It impossible
to secure coke from the West Virginia coke
fields and alleging that the railroads In th(
east are diverting the coke supply and dic
tating where coke ahall be sent and not be
sent, and that there is gross discrimination
against the west. The information waa
given the railroad commission for use if
the commission desires to make any lnvea
tlgatlon of the matter. Th" railroad com
missioners have bo information In regard
to the attitude of the West Virginia roads
and the letter waa forwarded to Secretary
Moseley of the Interstate Commerce Cora
mlsalon tor such action as that commission
may deem proper.
Examination of State Booka.
C. C. Heer of Armstrong, an expert book
keeper, commenced the work this morning
of checking over the accounts of the state
officials for the year 1902. He commenced
on the State Geological board, one ot the
easiest offices to Investigate. The law re
quires 'the executive council to employ
someone for this purpose every year to
make a complete investigation of the ac
counts of every state officer and stats
board. Tbe work will take several months
to complete snd the facts as to tbe condi
tion of the offices and the manner In which
the accounts are kept will be transmitted
to the general assembly.
Too Drank to Shoot Straight.
CEDAR FALLS, Ia., Jan. 26. (Special
Telegram.) Joe Myers, a barber, attempted
Wednesday, fair In north and rain In south
portion; fresh northwest windB, becoming
For North Dakota Snow Tuesday and
For Kansas Snow and colder Tuesday;
For Missouri Fair and colder Tuesday;
OFFICS OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. Jan. 26. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the co-responding day of the ast thre
Je""- 1903. 19C2. 1901. 1900
Maximum temperature... 41 8 42 30
Minimum temperature.... 34 8 30 13
Mean temperature 38 1 36 22
PreclDltatlon n) T 00 00
Reccrd of temperature and precipitation
at umaha for this day and alnce March 1,
Normal temperature 24
KxceMK for the day 14
Total excess elnie March 1, 1!!2 319
Normal precipitation 03 Inch
Deficiency for the day 02 Inch
Total rainfall Htnce Marjh 1 29. 6S Inches
Deficiency since March 1, 19"2.. 1.13 inches
IefUienev for cor. period. 1902 6.10 inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1901 25 inch
Reports trom Stations at 7 P. M.
CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, clear
Cheyenne, cloud v
Salt Lake, cloudy
Rapid City, cloudy
St. Ijouis, cloudy
St. Paul, clear
Kansas City, cloudy
36 411 on
30 SS 00
34 42 00
JS S T
4K 4H T
21 34 Of)
2f 34' 00
2 l' T
44 44 CO
t 61 Oil
30 38' 00
40 461 00
42 64! 00
42 141 T
IX 22 .02
10 26 00
6 62 T
T Indicates trace of precipitation. in
dicates below sero.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Official
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do not cure, Tbey relieve symptoms
luatead of removing eue ; wtiereas,
vre take Asthma so thoroughly out of
the system that nothing remains
vhtchcun produce an attack; sufferers
are soou able to work, cat, sleep and
aland exposure without the filch tent
return of AKlhma. lielns right in
principle our treatment does whut
reliefs " cannot do. We cure to stuy
cured severe, lunff-eutnding and pro
nounced "Inoumble" caws. If you are
skeptloal.lt Is because you are Ignorant
of our great work. Hlnee IskS we have
treated &2.000 Asthma and Hay Fever
sufferers. If you desire complete re
lief, health restored, and no Mum of
Asthma, vrrtte for our Book 73 Free,
F. HAROLD HAYES, BCrFAliO, K. V.
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Thtis punrnntrolng tho
absolute purity ami ffpnu1n'uosi
of erery bottle of
Bottled in Bond
Every bottle sealed by tb United
States government and stainpfd with
its nse and date of bottling.
FOR SALE KVKRVWHKRK.
' its lovely seaside resorts,
orange groves, beautiful gar
dens and quaint old mission towns
are visited every year by thousands of
tourists who travel over tho UNION
PACIFIC because it is tho best and quickest
route, and the only lino running through trains
to California from Omaha. In addition to the I'ull
tnan Palaca Sleepers the Union Pacific runs
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers every day, leaving
Chicago at 11:30 p. m., and Omaha at 4:20 p. m.
These ordinary cars are personally conducted every
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
from Chicago, and every Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday from
Omaha. A rullninn Tourist Sleeper
also leaves Omaha every
Tuesday at 11:30 p. m.
for Los Angeles.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST, 'PHONE 316.
ISnOX STATION, 10T1I AMD MARCY. 'I'HOXE 020.
For years thla remedy haa been tbe
standard nerve restorative. Thousands
of hsppy men owe their newly found
strength to its use.
Sexine Pills replace weakness snd
exhaustion with strength and vigor;
tf;e brain becomes clear; the nerves
stendy and calm; gloomy forebodings
are banished and perfect vitality is ful
If you are suffering ss sbove, try a
box; you'll be encouraged by Its effect
to take the full course of six boxes
then If you are not entirely cured, we
will refund your money. This satis
factory offer ia one of the factoraof
$1 00 per box ; fi hoxei fwlth gits ran.
tee locure or money iwet i, .C0, roiilt d
io rtlaifl --'-
For sale by Kuhn Co., Omaha,
rllloi !rug btore. South Umaha.
Davis Drug Co., Council Bluffs, la.
of $2 I will
in the United States the Best
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY
known. Has been used for five years with
success. Full directions with each receipt.
Address L. NT. C, Box 21, Genoa, Nance
Wbea Writing to Advertisers
Always MeaHo Tbe Bee.
Treats all forma of
17 Years Experience,
1? Years In Omaha.
Ills remarkable suo
cees has never been
equaled and every day brlnas many flatter
Ins reporta of the good be la doing, or the
relief he has given.
Hot Springs Treatment for Syphilis
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BREAK INq
OUT" on the akin or face and all external
signs of the dlaeaaetdisappear at one.
BLOOD DISEASE ,srz:xlzsXS
OVtR UUsUUJ ourdebUlty. IomToC
wiatiij. uunaiuial dlacbargea, Btrlolura,
Oleet, Kloney and Bladder Jjlaaaaea, H)-
iiW i-TTttvn tj-vw rumnica
Treatment by nmU. P. O. Box 7M. Office
aver X16 bV. It in aireet, between JTartuua su4
LouaUa sueeia, OMUUiA. ixaliV-
la the worst dlseaaa os oarta, yst Ue
easiest to cuts wHKN xoU KNOW
WHAT TO Do. Many Have pimples, apoia
on le skin, aorca lu tbe mouta. uicara,
falling ta!r, bone pains, caiarra; don I
know it la BLOOD I'OloON. Send to DH
BKOWN. Arch St.. J-btiadetpnia. Fa
for BROWN'S BiXMJt. CljRE. M.O0 pel
bottle; iaats on month. Sold only bi
bherman & McConnell rug Co.. lia sai
iodee eta . Omaha.
Brown's Capsules ST;:" Mo?u'in
aaaai as as. aaaaataflraL
STfm MtFl AMU WUMtfli
TtKfciX' 1 rjaaBlf dfnranostnrsl
f fa I teSara.v dlarhsrtM.tDflsmmatloB,
' Ounamd II Irrllalioaa or nlcaraliona
aa ta Mrtetara. of ma cobs luanbranaa.
Sjnia CaalaaUa. Punlw and ant utrin.
ITKimilSCHfMIMLUtl. .nt or poiwnoas.
ClsOINIUTI. t"f M T Orwaglata,
V V C.S.A. J j"or Hat ia lslo wraapar.
SV wry?l b assrass, prepaid, for
m circular saol sa rauaast.
OPIUM or LAUDANUM
Habit aara4 al anaa. Sir, pain.
ISO a SMSL.Sralar FfiEL
ltoa A'tenapt to Escape.
CRKSTON. Ia.. Jan. :. (Special.)
Teddy DeVoe and Carl Hanaon. aa-ed re
spectively 14 and 15 years, who were ar
reated some weeks a (to for assault and
robbery snd who made their escape o
Denver, but were brought bark to Cresion,
made another unsuccessful attempt l es
cape when Judge Tower ordered them into
court for their bearing. After a diligent
search tbey were discovered in a box fir,
with a supply of provisions snd clothing,
ready to go south. Tbey were brought be
fore the judge, who sent Hanaon to he
reform school and will bear the DeVoe case
fqyr.,u,..1,a.,,.,juul.w.M,,.iLj ,i. 4 , . rlvl,arlt.-m.ffitWPi!' r , m.L..-
I Vr,"nmffla irlwirrfrfflw;r.ffTassai
t'ksasei aa law Ceatral.
MARSHALLTOWN. Ia.. Jan. . (Spe
cial Telegram.) W. T. Donnelly chief dis
patcher of the Iowa Central railway. h
been appointed by Superintendent Davis to
the position ot trainmaster to succeed Bn
Pallia, recently resigned lkvnnrlly came
to the Iowa Central from the St. Louis at
Iron Mountain. J. E. Kaby haa been ap
pointed to All the poaition of chief dis
patcher made vacant by tbe promotion of
Donnelly. Kahy comes from the Santa Fe
at Chlllicoihe. Mo.
tklM Srrtoaaly Sralaed.
CRESTON. la.. Jaa. St. I Special.) Tbe
little child ct John Kelly, who Uvea about
all mllea northeast of Creaton, waa scrl
omly and perhaps fatally tujured thtj morn
ing by being scalded. The little one was
but years old snd while the mother was
sway It pulled Ihe plug out of a washing
machine and allowed the hot aula to pour
over Ita body. Medical aid aa it nee
summoned and It may recover, but sill
be scarred, tur life.
CHICAGO, MIL. WALK I EE
& ST. PAUL RY.
The number of trains operated between Omaha and Chicago ia. the Chicago,
Milwaukee 6c St. Paul Railway has been increased to three daily fast train each
way. These trains are magnificently equipped with palace sleeping-cars, dining
cars, and free reclining-chair cars. 1 The trains are solid, wide-vestibuled, heated
by steam, and are lighted by Pintsch gas and electricity. Nothing-finer moves on
wheels. The service on the dining-cars is perfect.
Eastbound, the trains leave the Union Passenger Station, Omaha, promptly
as follows :
The Limited, - - 0.05 p. m.
Eastern Express, 5.45 p. m.
Atlantic Express, 7.45 a. m.
At Chicago these trains arrive at the Union Passenger Station, Canal and
Adams streets in the heart of the city. Excellent connections for the East and
TICKETS, 1504 Farnam St.
F. A. NASH, General Western Agent.
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