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TTTT2 OrAITA DATTjT JfOJTDAT, MAY 4. 1003.
yNEWS of interest FROM IOWA.
misor iF.vrio. i
Pavt sells dnirs.
Ftoekert ell carpe t.
Eipert watch repairing. LefTcrt, V9 B'F.
C'e'.ebrated Mats beer on tap. Neumayer.
Cabinet photos, 25c per dozen. SOS U way.
Mm. A. V. French Is visiting friends In
0. J Annls of Des Moines la visiting rela
tives In thla city.
The district court grand Jury will recon
vene thla morning.
Fine line berry sets, 60c end up. A. B.
Howe, 310 Broadway.
Miss Allden MrFadden la seriously 111 at
her home, L'15 Orace street.
Free lesson Riven with purchases of
pyropraphy supplies. Alexander & Co.
Real eslate in nil parta of the city for
aale. Thomas . Caaady, 235 Tearl street.
Wanted, man with tetim to do Job of pod
ding. Inquire at Bee office. Council Blulla.
Mr. anil Mrs John Churchill are home
from Florida, where they sient the winter.
The Hoard of Park commissioners will
hold its regular monthly session Tuesday
Miss Winifred Feterson of Park avenue
la home Irora a visit with relatives In 8t.
The annual field meet of the high school
will be held Friday afternoon at the Driv
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Halrd have gone to
Kidder, Mo., on a visit to relatives and
1, evl W. Merrill, a painter living at mi
West Broadway, was quarantined yester
day for smallpox.
All persona owing Ddrfee Furniture com
pany please call and settle at once, on ac
count of change In llrm.
Before papering your rooma we want to
show you our elegant 19i3 deslgna. C. B.
Paint. Oil and Glaus company.
Mrs. A. Darraugh and daughter. Miss
Patricia, are home front an extended visit
with relatives and friends In Colorado.
We contract to keep public or private
houses free from roaches by the year. In-
. sect Lxte rmlnatnr Manufacturing com
pany, Cornell iiluffs, la. Telephone Ftt.
Captain Mather of the Dodge Light
.Guards haw been notllled that Major Butler
t the Twenty-nrtn regiment, united Htates
ifiijitry, will inspect the company May go.
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Hart arrived home
yesterday from St. Louis, where they at
tended the exposition dedication cere
8herlff Cousins yesterday took to the
penitentiary at Fort Madison John Thord
een, sentenced to two years, and John 8.
Heller, sentenced to ten months.
Twin Brother encampment, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will meet thla even-
In it for work In the purple degree. Ke
freshments will be served at the close of
the business session,
Anna Kva. Fav. who created such an In
I terest with Council Bluffs people a short
ff tune ago, will oe the attraction at the New
th.ater tonight and will continue during the
eMlre week. That she will be greeted with
crowded houses goes without saying.
Iester Howard, the 1-year-old aon of Mr.
and Mrs. J. 11. Hchontz, 2025 West Broad
way, died yesterday. The funeral will be
held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and In
terment will -be In Fairvlew cemetery. Kv.
U. W. (Wder of St. John's Ungliih Lu
theran church will conduct the services.
The (rial of the I10.0U0 personal Injury
damage suit of . Henry Storm against the
motor company Is assigned for today In
district court. Storm was Injured while
working on the dredge at Lane Manawa
'"At summer. A cable uroke and struck him
i the chest.
Rev. MUford Rlgga preached his farewell
sermon at the First Baptist church yester
day evening. He will leave the latter part
of this week for Lexington, Mo., where he
has accepted the pastorate of the First
Baptist cnurch and the chulr of biblical In
struction In the Lexington Baptist Female
college. The cnurch has as yet secured no
successor to Key itlggs. r. v - , , . ,
The funeral ot Sylvester H. Finney -will
be- held this afternoon at 2:80 o'clock. In
stead of luesduy afternoon, as ttrst an
nounced. It will be held from the resi
dence, 2302 Ninth avenue, and will be In
charge of Excelsior Masonlo lodge, the
members ot which will meet at tne Ma
sonlu temple at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will
be In Walnut Hill cemetery.
CALLS COUNTY CONVENTION
Bepublitani Will Meet im Council Blnfft
Tuesday, Jnne 9.
Memorial Day Plus.
Abe Lincoln post. Grand Army of the Re
public, has begun preparations for the ob
servance ot Memorial day. There will be
the customary parade of military and civic
societies, with a patriotic program t one
or both of the cemeteries, and the usual
decoration of the graves with flags and
flowers. The post has appointed these com
mittees: Executive Rev. Henry DeLong. Captain
P Maltbv. Samuel Johnson. Joha Hutch
1m. 1). L. Witter. M
invitation Edwin J. Abbott. Theodore
dluluar. George T. Miller.
Y'lnance J. W. Saulre. E. I Shuaart.
JuJue J. R. Reed. J, C. DeHaven. J. S.
Floral The member of the Womin'i Re
Marking of Graves Wallace McFaddeu.
The post has hopes ot securing the at
tendance ot General Grenvllle M. Dodge
this year at the memorial exercises, as he
Is expected to attend the state encamp
ment of the Grand Army of the Republic
sfc Cedar Rapids on May 19 to ZL .
FULL COUNTY TICKET TO RE NOMINATED
In Addition Delegates to State Coa
cation Will Be Selected and
Central Commit I lee
The offlclal call for the Potiawattsmle
county republican convention Mas Issued
yesterday by George 8. Wright .md H. V.
Battey, chairman and secretary repectively
of the republican county centtal com
mittee. The committee, while appreciating
the Invitation of members ot the ptarty and
citizens In general ot that city to hold It In
Neola, decided that Council Bluff would
be more convenient and In consequence
the call is Issued for this city on Tuesday,
June 9. The convention will meet' at 11
o'clock In the county court house, when
It will select delegates to the state con
vention and place In nomination a county
In addition to selecting twenty-sswen
delegates to the state convention, w)hlch
will be held at Des Moines July 1, .the
convention will nominate candidate .for
the following officers: State senator, two
members of the house ot representatives,
county treasurer, sheriff, county superin
tendent at schools, surveyor, coroner, two
members of the board of county super
visors. The basis of representation In the eon-
ventlon will be one delegate for each voting)
precinct and In addition one delegate for
each forty votes or fraction of fifteen or
over cast for Secretary ot State Martin at
the general election In the fall of 1902.
Representation In Convention.
On this basis the convention will be com
posed ot 175 delegates, making eighty
eight votes necessary for a nomination.
The several voting precincts will be en
titled to the following representation:
First district Mlnden, 4 delegates;
Pleasant, 3 delegates; Knox. 8 delegates;
Layton, 6 delegates; York, 2 delegates;
James, 4 delegates; total, 21
Second district Lincoln, S delegates; Val
ley, 6 delegates; Center 4 delegates; Bel
knap, 7 delegates; Washington, I delegates;
Third district Sliver Creek, t delegates;
Carson, 6 delegates; Macedonia, 4 delegates;
Grove, 4 delegates; Waveland, S delegates;
Wright, S delegates: total, 22.
Fourth district Garner, First precinct. 3
delegates; Second precinct. 1 delegate; Ha
zel Dell, 3 delegates; NorWalk, 4 delegates;
Hardin, 3 delegates; Keg Creek, 3 delegates;
Neola, 5 delegates; Boomer, 3 delegates;
Fifth district First precinct Fifth ward,
7 delegates; Second precinct. Fifth ward, 6
delegates; First precinct. Sixth ward, 8
delegates; Second precinct, Sixth ward, 1
delegate; Crescent, 3 delegates; Rockford,
4 delegates; total, 28.
8lxth district First precinct, Third ward,
7 delegates; Second precinct, Third ward, 5
delegates; First precinct. Fourth ward, 6
delegates; Second precinct. Fourth ward, 6
delegates; Lewis, 4 delegates; total 27.
Seventh district First precinot. First
ward, 6 delegates; Second precinct. First
ward, (I delegates; First precinct. Second
ward, 7 delegates; Second prclnct, second
ward, 8 delegates; Kane outside city, 1 del
egate; total 26.
The precinct primaries will be held Sat
urday evening, June. 6 tor the selection of
delegate to the county convention and to
select precinct committeemen for the en
suing year. The county chairman for the
ensuing year will be selected by the con
vention. The county central committee will
be reorganised and each precinct will elect
a member of said committee. The mem
bers of this committee from the city pre
cincts will constitute the city central committee.
of the representative business and profes
sional men and taxpayers, as expressed at
the meeting of the Commercial club last
Mayor Morgan has not yet announced th
successor on the board to Rev. Father
Smyth, but It Is said that the appointment
will probably be given to Attorney John
M. Galvin. Some of the club women have
requested the mayor to appoint anothet
woman on the board.
Return of Mlaa Fay
Anna Eva Fay, the fair Mahatma, who
o mystified large audiences at the New
theater a few weeks ago, will return to
that theater for a week's engagement, com'
Whether It be spiritualism, theosophy or
Fayism, or what not, that aids Miss Fay
In performing her marvelous feats, the fact
remains that they are past ordinary mortal
ken, and are well worth paying the prices
ot admission and going tulles to see. Dur
Ing Mies Fay's engagement her special mat
inees for ladles only will be given Wednes
day and Sp.turdiy. Tonight one lady free
with every 30-ccnt ticket purchased before
p. m. Secure seats early at the box
office. Popular prices will prevail through
out the engagement.
CLINTON MEN SURE OF ROGERS
Marks on Prisoner's Arm Tally with
tho Description of Man
MASON TENDERS ASK RAISE
Contractors Bay They Will Wot Give
It and Walkont Is In
The Mason Tenders' union will present
to the bosses today a demand for an In
crease of pay. They have been receiving
17V nnd 20 cents an hour and they will de
mand 224 and 2fi cents. They now work
ten hours a day and they will demand an
elgbt-hour day. The bosses say they will
not sign the new scale and a walkout may
follow, but there will be no sympathetic
strike of the other unions.
There is very little building being done
at present and a walkout will not Inter
fere much with the existing contracts.
One large firm of contractors employ
nearly all of the mason tender In the
city at the present time and It work Is
not far enough advanced for a walkout at
this time to hurt them, although It might
cause serious delay a little later on.
The Teamsters' union. It Is said. Is also
preparing to demand an Increase In pay.
At present the teamsters receive 33 a day
In the city and they will ask for 33,60 and
for 34 for wheel scrapers. There Is no
wheel scraper work at present In this city.
WEDDING CAUSE OF TRAGEDY
Young- Brldegrnem and Father-ln-lw
Engage in a Fatal
BIOITX CITY. la.. May . Special Tele
gram.) Married two days, Mr. Emma
Krueger Thurlow, a pretty student
of the Stat Normal school at
Madison, 8. D Is ta serious
trouble and her husband Is the slayer ot
ler father. The husband, Paul A. Thurlow.
Married Miss Krueger out of the school. It
mas a romantlo affair and the father, John
G. Krueger, who Is a prosperous farmer
11 ring near Faulkton, S. D., was not taken
Into the young couple's confidence. After
the news of the marriage was sent home
Krueger Immediately started for Madison
with the alleged Intention of killing Thur
low.i against whom he made threats. When
they" met a fierce duel resulted. Both men
drew revolvers and nine shots were fired
four of them striking Krueger. Thurlow
was founded over the head with a revolver
but cttuped the father' bullets.
Good Rates for O. A. R.
MITOHULL, S. D May 3. (Special.)
T. B. EVanchard, department commander of
the Gramd Army of the Republic, has just
received! notice from the chairman of the
Western Passenger association that all of
their lln.e have consented to make the fol
lowing nvtes to the Grand Army of the Re
public emtampment to be held at Big Stone:
Rate of one fare from all points In South
Dakota to Ortonvllle, Minn., and return;
also from all points In Minnesota from
which the local one way rata to Ortonvllle
Is 14.50 or - less; excursion tickets to be
sold from point east ot the Missouri river
on June 22 :nd 23, and from points In the
Black Hill district June 21 and 22. These
tickets will be good to return until and
including June 29, 1(03. These are the
most liberal rates that the railroads have
ever extended to the Grand Army ot the
Republic, and ft will give the visitors and
delegates practically one week at the sum
mer resort. Par ties can remain at the lake
three days after the encampment closes
and will have an' opportunity to attend the
opening day of t&e Big Stone Chautauqua.
We are prepared to do this work to per
fection. In connection with our dyeing busl-
!C9 Curtains Cleaned and -Poitiers
Cleaned and Dyid.
Our method Is to give complete satisfac
tion. Come In and Inspect our work If you
want to see what we can do In the way of
Ogden Steam Dye Works
CARTER A COOK. Propa
301 Broadway, Council Bluffs, U.
Wrk ttWti for o4 delivered, 'f hoe 741.
Detective Dougherty and I E. Fay of
Clinton, la., who have been In Council
Bluffs for the last two days looking up
the record of W. C Rogers, the Forney
murder suspect, with a view of securing
evldenco to connect him with a number
of burglaries In that town, put Rogers
through another examination yesterday
afternoon at the county jail.
Burner's partner In the raid on the
gambling house in Clinton was said to
have displayed a prominent tattoo mark on
his light forearm. Despite Burrier's con
fession Implicating Rogers, the latter de
nied being even acquainted with Burrter,
but when Deputy Sheriff Baker, accom
panied by Detective Dougherty and Mr.
Fay, asked Rogers yesterday afternoon to
bare hi arms so that they might see It
he had any tattoo marks, he refused. The
officers, however, were determined to see
for themselves, but It took three ot them
to overpower Rogers and handcuff him to
the bars of his cell to make the examina
tion. Thl accomplished, they stripped
back his shirt and discovered that he bad
a tattoo mark nearly five Inches In length
on his right forearm, as had been sus
pected. Detective Dougherty stated that the dis
covery of the tattoo mark completed the
Identification of Rogers as the man wanted
In Clinton and he will D taiten mere, u
the grand Jury here falls to indict him tor
the assault and robbery of Charles Ltrh
ford. the Main street butcher, or for the
murder of 8aloon Keeper Forney.
Organising a Y. M. C. A.
ABERDEEN, 8. .0., May 3. (Special.)
The organisation of a Young Men's Chris
tian association in Aberdeen is receiving
considerable attention. At a recent meet
ing committees were appointed to look Into
the details of organizing and report at
a later meeting. A permanent organization
may soon be effected If suitable rooms can
Two Titles to Fame.
HURON. S. D., May . (Special.) Major
Fred F. B. Coffin of this city has been
brought Into prominence by the publication
of a book entitled "The Unknown Made
Known; or an Explanation of the Design
and Purpose of Creation." In commenting
upon the work reference to Mr. Coffin Is
made as "the last man ahot at in battle
during the war of the rebellion."
QUE YEEK ;
A. B. BEAU
IOC 20c 30c
Commencing Monday. Mav 4.
AH EVA FAY
Matinees Wed. and Sat.
"rR LAIUE3 ONLY ADMISSION. X5C.
. Couuuil bluffs.
Plumbing and beating. Bixby ft Son.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night. F6ST.
Clan 'Women Olf for ! Moines.
The Council Bluffs club women who will
attend the biennial of the State Federatior
of Women's Clubs In Des Moines will leave
for the capital city Tuesday morning over
the Rock Island road. The party ' will be
made up as follows: Mrs. Walter I. Smith
Mrs. Horace Everett, Mrs. N. P. Dodge
Mrs. C. O. Saunders, Mrs. F. W. Miller
Mrs. Dell O. Morgan, Mrs. Thomas B. Met
calf, Mrs. J. P. Organ, Mra. A. W. Ask
wlth, Mrs. J. M. Matthews, Mrs. W. K
Dawson, Mrs. H. I. Forsyth. Mrs. A. R'.
Woodford, Mrs. J. L. Templeton, Mrs. F.
J. Schnorr. Mrs. J. P. Montgomery. Mrs
M. Dent. Mrs. V. E. Labbe, Mrs. O. D
Wheeler, Mrs. A. E. Brock, Mrs. II. B.
Jennings. Mrs. F. A. Bixby, Mrs. Charles
Swalne. Mrs. C. A. Wiley. Miss Dodse, Miss
Maude Smith and Miss Mary E. O'Donnelt.
With this strong detention It Is believed
that Mrs. Walter I. Smith's election as
president of the State federation will be an
almost foregone conclusion.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair and Warmer Monday and Tues
day Predicted for Western
WASHINGTON. May J. The forecast:
For Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas,
Colorado and Wyoming Fair and warmer
Monday and Tuesday.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Monday and
Tuesday; warmer Monday.
For Illinois Fair and warmer Monday;
Tuesday fair, variable winds, becoming
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, May J. Offlclal record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day ot the last three
1S0S. 19ft2. 1901. 190"
Maximum temperature ... S! K 79 67
Minimum temperature ... si ti 41
Mean temperature 74 VI 64
Precipitation 01 T T .00
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March 1,
Deficiency for the day
Total excess since March 1
Deficiency for the day
DIPSOMANIACS ARE LAZY
Befuie to Do Any Work Around Asylums
Where Thej Are Quartered.
WOMAN DIES AT A PRAYER MEETING
Des Moines Sunday Schools In Tronble
Over Admission to Canity As
sociation of a Vnltarlnn
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, May 3. (Special.) The
dipsomaniacs at the state hospitals are on
a strike and refuse to work for the state
of Iowa. The insane patients are per
fectly willing to work and do all the work
that la necessary, but the men who are In
the hospitals for the cure of the drink
habit are unwilling to aoll their hands with
real labor. At Cherokee last week the
officers of the state hospital started to have
set out a large number of trees. Volun
teers were called for to assist In the work
and ot the sixty persons at the hospital
who are there on account of being In
ebriates only one would agree to do any
work. One man said he would go out and
exercise a little, but not put In a day'
work. The fifty-nine others refused flatly
to do anything, declaring that they did net
have to do anything and the state could
not make them work. Insane patients were
then used for the work at the hospital and
a large force was put to work setting out
trees. The report from the Cherokee hos
pital on the Inebriates showed there were
at the beginning of the month fifty-eight
men present. This was a decrease of seven.
Eleven had been admitted during the month
and eleven escaped, while seven were
paroled. The report from Mt. Pleasant
showed seventy-three inebriates, eight be
ing women, a decrease for the month ot
thirty. There was returned from escapes
eight, returned from parole two, admitted
a first time twenty-two, readmitted one,
paroled by governor eleven and fifty-two
Death at Prayer.
A remarkable ' example of death under
peculiar circumstances occurred In Sac City
on Sunday evening last. There are a num
ber of members of the Free Methodist
church in Sac City and as there Is no
church of the denomination in the city it
Is their custom to meet at the homes of
the members and have prayer meetings
every Sunday evening. The meeting was
at the home ot Mrs. C. F. Sprague, a
prominent woman of the town, a long time
resident of the state. Mrs. Sprague had
Just offered a fervent prayer and a song
was being sung, In which she Joined, but
It was observed when she was well Into the
second stanxa that Mrs. Sprague ceased
suddenly and her companions rushed to her
side, only to find her dead. The Incident
wa so striking that It created a great
sensation among the members who had
thus been worshiping together. She was
a native of Ontario and was born In 1S36.
She came to Iowa In 1875 and .lived at
Boone and Grant City before geing to Sac
Pella Colonist Dead.
The death of Mr. O. H. Overkamp. at
Pella, removes one of the few remaining
original members of the colony of Hol
landers that first came to Iowa and settled
at Pella. Mrs. Overkamp was nearly 09
years old. She came over from The Nether
lands with her husband with the Dutch
colony. The colony was formed In Utrecht
In August. 1846, with H. P. Scholte presi
dent. With four chartered vessels the
colony, numbering ?00 ct 900 persons, left
The Neth lands for Iowa. The husband
of Mrs. Ccrkamp r,d his brother were
placed In charge oC . one of the vessels.
Maastroom, which had 197 passengers, and
sailed from Rotterdam for Baltimore. The
colony reached Iowa In August, 1847, com
ing through Baltimore and St. Louis. Mrs.
Overkamp had resided In Pella ever since
and was one of the most honored and
revered of the old members of the colony.
Her husband died In 194.
Quarrel Over Sunday School.
An interesting complication has arisen
here over the county Sunday school con
vention and a proposal to admit to mem
bership the Sunday school ot the Unity
church. This Sunday school has never
been admitted, owing to the objections of
some of those who are Interested in the
Sunday schools of the orthodox churches.
Recently the president of the County Sun
day School association, in arranging for
the annual convention of the association,
asked that the Unitarian Sunday school
Join In the parade and extended an Invita
tion to the superintendent to that effect.
The superintendent has Just replied, stat
ing he would be glad to do so, but' that It
would only be on condition that the Sun
day school be admitted to full member
ship with the others. The president of
the Sunday school refuses to do so and
has referred the matter to the executive
Library Board Meetlosr.
Tho Board of Library Trustees, which
will meet In adjourned session this even.
Ing, Is expected to take definite action la
the matter of selecting a firm of arrAltects
for the Carnegie library building. While 11
Is no secret that some members of the
board are la favor of employing a Chicago
firm. It is believed that the contract will
be awarded to on ot the local firms of
architect la compliance wlla the wishes
Precipitation since March 1
... .13 Inch
... .(JH Inch
Deficiency since March 1
Deficiency for cor. period, 1A02.... 1.47 Inches
Deficiency tor cor. perioa, 1901....Z.O6 inchei
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
CONDITION OF THB
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North Platte, clear
Salt Lake City, clear
Rapid City, partly cloudy..
Huron, partly cloudy
81. I.oul, clear
St. Paul, raining
Kansas City, dear
(jklveslon. partly cloudy ..
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L. A. WKI.RH,
w, Ljocal Forecast Official.
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ZiW SUPPOS1NQ THAT YOU ARE
a hypochondriac, you have had trouble enough with your upset
system to make you such. Yonr poor stomach has been torn and
eaten up by so-called care-alls and supposed grand chemical com
binations, said to have been gotten np by some wonderful chemist
that the world has never heard of, until Bite-'em's Grand Elixir
of Life has been damped on the market. You are, throngh being
a sufferer, anxious to get well you buy the great remedy only to
find that you've been gulled once more. Well, here is some
thing different. ,
nEDICAL LAKE SALTS
are not a patent medicine, but nature's own remedy direct from the laboratory of the Great Creator. They
are as pure as the waters from which they are extracted they are simply evaporated from the waters of the
most wonderful body of water in the world, MEDICAL LAKE, STATE OF WASHINGTON.
TUFT POSITIVELY CURE Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Pleurisy. Catarrh. Constipation. Dnrria. lndlftlon.
eur BteoMKh, Liver and Bewel DTHtrultlee. Flatalmcy. Sick Headache. Dropsv. Kldnay IMnVultles. Diabetes.
Btight'e Disease, Oravol, Malaria, Chills end Fevtr, Diarrhea, Ecrsuia and all Rlned and Skin Disorders are oared
as If by Msgte and tbey WILL CURB YOU JUST AS 5URB AS THE SUN SHINES.
It's a sin to be without a box in the house. For sale at druggists, 25c, 50c. and $1.00 per box.
The Oiosm are Never Sold to Balk, There Is only one geuoloe, that Is cha INDIAN HEAD BRAND '
manufactures' MRnTr A I A fr? C tl T- r-r- NFW YORK end
MEDICAL LAKE SALTS MFG. CO.,
For Sale by SHERMAN & HeCONNELL DRUG CO., Cor. 16th and Dodge Sts., Omaha, Neb.
committee, and It will come before the
county association at the annual meeting,
where It Is likely to cause much discus
sion. Dean of College Resigns.
Dr. S. H. Amos, dean of the Drake Med
ical college, has tendered bis resignation
as dean and as a member ot the faculty.
He has been on the faculty for many
years, but as dean only a short time, or
since the resignation ot Dr. Schooler, whose
resignation came about as the result ot
troubles over Dr. Hoffman, then a mem
ber ot the faculty. Dean Amos states that
he resigns for the sole reason that he feels
unable to carry the financial burdens nec
essary for maintenance of the college.
The indictment against W. A. Richards,
former federal deputy marshal, has been
held good by Judge Nichols at Indlanola
and Richards has applied for a change of
venue to take It away from the county
where the robbery ot which he Is charged
. Herriotf for Another Term.
The republican county convention In
Guthrie county yesterday gave formal In
dorsement to the candidacy of John Her
rlott of Stuart for a second term for lieu
tenant governor. The resolutions declare:
1. That we most heartily Indorse the na
tional and state republican administrations
and reaftlrm our belief In tho principles
and tenets of the republican party as enun
ciated by past party platforms.
2 That we Indorse the candidacy of our
fellow cltlaen, Hon. John Herrtott of
Stuart, for the office of lleut-nant governor
and accord slm the privilege of selecting
the delegates to the republican state con
vention to be held In the city of De
Molnea July 1. IS. . ,
S That we Indorse the candidacy of our
state senator, Hon. F. M. Hopkins, and ac
cord him the privilege of selecting the dele
gates to the senatorial convention for the
Seventeenth senatorial district when called.
gtlckner Will Buy Road,
There is now very little doubt that Presi
dent Stickney of the Great Western will
furnish the money for the building of the
Des Moines Southern railroad and take It
over when constructed. This Is the line
promoted by Mr. Cherry to run west from
a point on the Great Western through
Wlnterset to Greenfield and beyond. Mr
Stickney and Mr. Cherry went out over the
line of the road yesterday after a consul
tation In S. Paul and are engaged In mak
ing a careful Inspection of the route and
the towns through which It will pass. If
the Inspection Is in every way satisfactory
the deal for the transfer to the Great West
ern will be made, though the line will first
be built by the company which has pro.
Jected It. If It Is to become a part of the
Great Western the road will not stop at
Greenfield, but go on. '
Must C'hnuare Town's Name.
The name of the town Elwell. in
Story county, will be changed by request
of the officials of the Milwaukee railroad.
The town Is only a few miles from the
larger town of Maxwell In the same county
and the railroad people have had much
trouble because of the similarity of names
and have decided that Elwell must be re
named. A public meeting of cltlxens will
be held to decide on a new name.
Horse Sales In June.
nERRE, 8. D., May 3. (Special.) The
Livestock and Commission company at this
city which held a series of horte sales
last year, at which hundreds of horses
were disposed of, will begin their sales
again in June this year. The first sale of
the season is fixed for Wednesday, June 3.
Th Betr of Good Cheer
Adds one more pleasure to life, pleasing the
palate, refreshing and resting the weary body,
quieting the nerves. It is without a peer in the
world of beers. Made by
JOHN GUND BREWING CO., LaCro.ae. Wla.
Telephones 2344 and A2945.
Omaha Branch, 207 S. 13th St.
New Orleans and Return
...ACCOUNT OF ...
American Medical Association - 'Meeting
MAY 5th to 8th.
Tickets on sale May 1st to 4th.
Long limit and stopovers allowed.
Three daily trains from Omaha,- Chicago and
Particulars and copy of "New Orleans for the Tour
ist'' at 1402 Farnam Street, or write
W. H. BRILL. Dist. Pass. Ap
Bo well and favor
ably known as the
leading, most reliable
SPECIALIST in all
DISKAUES OF MEN.
They have been
many years in estab
HbhiiiK their- reputa
tion IN OMAHA for
honest and honorable
The best materials the best that money can buy.
A brewery as clean as your kitchen; the utensils as clean.
The cooling done in filtered air, in a plate glass room.
The beer aged for months, until thoroughly fermented, to
It will not cause biliousness.
The beer filtered, then sterilited in the bottle.
You're always welcome to the brewery for the owners are
proud of it.
.... , ,. ... Phnn.tli. Om.haBr.neh
And the size of it proves that uu uinta bt. o m.h.
people know the worth of
PILING aijd daily n.yr
fected and tRo reat gool h-y are doing
n- i h.. vamvar n a been U
i aur men. i iifi i "7 it ji..
The Beer That Blade Milwaukee Famous
DAY & HESS, Council Bluffs
We have for sale the finest little
Fruit Farm, with good buildings,
Dear city, which we would like
Money to loan on , Real Estate;
lowest rates; funds on haDd.
Mortgage Investments for sale.
Call on or write us If you have
money to Invest, either In mortgages,
bonds or real estate. Real property
Email farm near city at a bargain.
Also fine farm for sale.
DAY & HESS, Council Bluffs
House and lot ta Council BluSs cheap.
ot.ri Kneclaitats. In treating an
eat.es of men. kt
BE CERTAIN OP CITRK by CON
SULTING the BEST FIRST.
UK, SEA1U.F.S graduated at two of th;
beat medical coll.Ke and jknowledgel
the best KXPKKIENl'W and SKILLED
BPEr1! T !('! i' z.. diseases he treats.
DK VeAPLh.8' Consultation and Advice
are FHEK, In person or by letter, and
sacredly confidential In nil diseases.
Written Contracts given in all curable
Ureases of men or refund money paid.
Many cases treated t" 0" per month.
THEATMEHT BY MAIL.
Call op address. Cor. 4th Douglas.
DR. SEARLES & SEARLES
Treats all forms of
17 Tears Experience.
17 Tears In Omaha.
Ills remarkable suc
equaled and every day brings many flatfer
ln reports of the good he Is doing or the
relief he has given.
Hot Springs Treatment for Syphilis
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BREAKING
OUT" on the skin or face and all external
signs of the dlxease disappear at one
BLOOD DISEASE trSoTM
OVER 30.000 Survey. 0l?rli
?i yir dlschargs'strlcTur..
Arooeni B1QU "Jlaeasea. liy.
Wi'iCK OIJRKS-Lnw CHARGES.
Treatment by mail. P. O. Pox 7M. Office
over ZU a. 14th street, between Faxnsj and
fUugms strtsta. OidAiiA.
I am organizing several personally-conducted
California. for April and May.
May I uend you full particulars
of special advantages offered?
Some of the excursions are one
way only, in tourist sleepers,
Others are round-trip, in first
class Pullmans, for general
sightseers; good, if desired,
on limited trains.
The rates are very low.
Accommodations aro excellent.
I have selected the best Call- .
fornia linfj the Kanta Fe
and confidently guarantee
a delightful outing.
Why not go this spring and
see California at its prettiest?
Such an opportunity seldom
Don't miss it.
Wrlto to E. I PALMER. if Equitable
I'Ulg.. Des Moines, and receive In reply
full particulars, with copy of beautiful
book ab ut California
HutJhNfi amcVir enrm
uaniiooti, dr u'., loni'i.
men na mm laff ii'liim
to nmrry nou.l ita box; aiioiiiming rttuiu;
mkll wfk D&riA ft i id I"!, irvwcr re ore J. il.Uutt
Bhermau & McCunnell Jjrust- Co..- Omaha.
H. L. RAUACCIOTTIi D. V. S.
CITT VETBRJ N AE.IA-N .
Office and lnnraarilt4ajd Maaos ata,
Omaha. Neb. . Teleuhoaf 11$.
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