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TnE OMAnA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1903.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis sells drugs.
Stockert sells carpets.
' Crayon enlarging, log Broadway.
Eipert watch repairing. Lcffert, 401 Bf.
Celebrated Mats beer on tap. Neumayer.
Diamond betrothal ring a at Lietfert's, tot
UK and 1SK wedding rings at Lefferts,
Flotures and framea. Alexander's Art
tore, 333 Broadway.
Mrs. J. W. Kelly la visiting her ton, Pr.
21. D. Kelly, at Onawa, la.
Born, to Mr. and Mra. Thomaa Q. Har
rison of Lincoln avenue, a aon.
Tlgredia Temple, Rathbone Slaters, will
meet this evening at St. Albana hall.
Mlaa Nellie D. Morgan in homo from an
extended visit with friends and relatives
at Knoxvllle, la.
Mrs. T. K. Drake has gone to Kansas
City where ahe will make her home during
the winter with her two daughters.
Russell Rlarson, son of Mrs. Sadie Rlar
son, 1315 Avenue B, died yesterday after
noon from scarlet fever, aged t years.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Shaffer of Fort
Dodge, la., are guests of Miss Grace
d'Urre while taking In the street fair and
For rent, office room, ground door; one
of the moat central looatlona In the bust
neaa portion of the city. Apply to The IMS
Mlaa Pearl Brooks and Mine Edna Adams
of Fremont, Nib., are gueats of filenus iu
the city and are taking. In the street fair
The Woman's auxiliary of Grace Episco
pal church will hold its regulnr meeting
this afternoon at the home of Mrs. White,
Hi liaughn street.
We contract to keep public or private
houses free from roachea by the year. In
sect Exterminator Manufacturing company,
Council Bluffs, la. Telephone J-434.
These two cases of scarlet fever have
been reported to the Board of Health: An
astasia Nelson, 1M)7 South Tenth street:
Henry Frleae, 1804 South Tenth street
John Erlkaon, proprietor of a Broadway
bakery, will laeve Saturday for Europe.
He expects to upend the winter visiting la
Sweden and other points on the continent.
Mrs. J. I.. Hays and daughter, Nevada,
of Stella, Neb., are In the city. Miss Hays
will attend school here. They lormeny
resided In this city on Washington avenue.
Mrs. J. J. Hughes and children left yes
terday on a visit to relatives In Jackson
y.1,"9'. Thev wer accompanied by Miss
Wyckoff, sister of Mrs. Hughes, who has
uvcii Bpeuuing me summer Mere.
William S. SwanBon and Mrs. Martha A.
Bright, both of this city, were married last
evening at the residence of the bride, a
Harrison street, He v. O. W. Snyder or St.
John's English Lutheran church officiating.
John Lane, chargod with knocking down
Thomas Etherton with the butt of a shot
gun and robbing hlro of a small sum of
money, was sentenced In police court yes
terday morning to ten days on bread and
To advertise our many new styles of clo
tures we will for thirty days give to those
who mention this ad z6 per oont reduction
&n,.i.w?rk- Hfe Portraits a specialty.
The Btlglemau Studio, 43 and 46 South Main
Daniel Hogan will have a hearing tomor
r?WK be' Justice Carson on the charge
?viiHkriT. ?nterln the residence of
William ailletd), 714 Avenue O, and anpro-
man. lhe robbery is alleged to hav been
committed September J.
,C,S- carpenter employed on the
Burlington roundhouse, fell from a scaffold
Tuesday afternoon and fractured both
bonaq of his right arm besides suffering
Other Injuries. He was removed to the
Woman's Christian Association hospital,
ills homo Is In St. Joseph. uoopuai.
Robert D.. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Green, 1522 South Eighth, street, died
tut h- hfi.'1 ,wo month- The funeral
will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from
the residence and interment 'will be in Falr-
v.e,w. "m?,tery Rv' w- 8 ' Barnes of the
lrst Baptist church will conduct the serv-
i N. T. Plumbing Co. TaV 250. Night. WW.
Matters 1st District Court.
County Attorney Klllpack has begun
suit In the name of the Stats of Iowa
against John B, Kalla to restrain him from
selling Intoxicating liquor and further op
erating a saloon at 629 South Main street
The application for a permanent injunction
will be heard at the November term of
the district court
' F. M. Cunningham filed the cost bond
yesterday asked by County Attorney Kill
pack In the suit brought by Cunningham
to recover from the county his compensa
tion under his tax ferret contraot. Mr.
Cunningham, having been advised by his
attorney of the order of court for him to
file a cost bond, stopped off yesterday en
route home to Indiana from a trip to
The suit of the Meadlmbsr heirs against
the Mutual Reserve Life association of
New Tork to recover on a life Insurance
policy for $5,000. has been removed from
the district to the federal court
Plumbing and heating, rnxby Boa.
Beckley Has a Qrlevaace.
Because J H. Buckley thought he had
good poker hand while playing a friendly
game of euchre In a Broadway saloon yes
terday morning cost him 15 and the arrest
Of Charles Bayles on a charge of larceny.
The warrant for Bayles' arrest was Issued
from the court of- Justice Ouren, where
Buckley filed the complaint. Bayles gave
bond and will have his hearing Septem
According to the story told to the court
by Buckley ho and two companions, on of
whom was Bayles, were playing a friendly
game of euchre for the drinks when Buck
ley noticed that In one of the deal ha had
what he considered an excellent poker
hand. Ho made a remark to this effect
aud Styles said ho also had a good poker
hand and offered to bet Buckley that his
band was better than that held by Buck
ley, Buckley was not to be bluffed and put
up a to bill in the hands of the third player.
Bayles failed to put up his end of the bet.
but threw down his hand, calling on Buck
ley to beat It and at the same time taking
the S5 bill from the stakeholder and walk
ing out of the saloon with It As Bayles
failed to return Buckley Died a complaint
against him. Buckley claims to be doubly
aggrieved, as not only did he lose his i
but his hand beat that held by Bayles.
Heal Estate Transfers.
These transfers wero filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of Squire
eV Annla, 101 Pearl street:
Fred Krug Brewing Co. to Cassel
Realty Co., lota and 7, block a,
Williams' 1st addition, w. d I J
Bams to same, lot ID, block 24. Man-
awa Park w. d J
Sheriff to Ernest E. Hart, s. 90 ft lot
13, original plat, a. d 7
D. E. Stuart to Heleu U Stllwell, lot
t. In sub. of lot U. original plat, d. U0
George K. Buckner to l-ei J, iiuck-
ner, und. l- of a. e. 2u-7t-3, w. d.... 1.600
Jive transfers, total
LJoenses to wed wero Issued yesterday
to the following;
Name and residence. Age.
K. O. M. Brink. Council Bluffs 30
EUle W. Oicolt, Council Bluffs.... U
Rudolph RJeske, Vtlca, Neb SI
Emma Eisner, Uttoa, Neb , H
Albert M. Thomas, Council lihiffa..,,,,.. St)
Lula McKluney, Council Bluffs It
W. 8. Bwanson, Council Bluffs S3
ilarlha A. Bright, Council Bluffs 44
H Pearl SC. CeaaoU sUaffa.
ONE FREE RIDE IS ENOUGH
Escaped Dipsomaniac Will Hot Co Be
turned to the Aijlnm.
TO BE ARRESTED AS VAGRANTS IN FUTURE
Coaaty Board Rejects Claims for Dam
ages Arising; Oat ( Accidents
I Bridges Claimed to Bo
Chronic Inebriates or dipsomaniacs who
after being committed to the stats hospital
at Mount Pleasant make their escape will
not be returned tp the Institution at the ex
pense of Pottawattamie county. This was
decided upon at yesterday's session of the
board of supervisors when the following
resolution drawn up by County Attorney
Klllpack was unanimously adopted:
Be It resolved. That In all esses where
persons are committed to the hospitals na
not pay t
nebriates or dipsomaniacs the county will
not pay ine dims tor expenses lor tne re
turn of any such persons after they have
once escaped from the hospital to which
uiey nave bean committed.
The question cams before the board In
the consideration of the claim submitted
by Sheriff Cousins for expenses In crim
inal cases. Included In the claim wero
several Items of expense Incurred In re
turning escaped dipsomaniacs to the Mount
Pleasant hospital. The expenses Incurred
In this respect aggregated over $130. The
claim was allowed but the sheriff was given
to understand that henceforth the county
would not be responsible for such expeme
unless the person so returned was taken
back on a regular commitment from a
Judge the district court In which case the
county would have no option but to foot
Bines the dlpsomanlao law went Into
effect It has been the custom for the
sheriff to return to Mount Pleasant such
persons as escaped under the original com
mitment without securing a new order
from the court
Several of the supervisors were In favor
of refusing to pay the expenses of com
mitment of any person to Mount Pleasant
until such time as the authorities at the
hospital provided means to prevent the es
cape of those committed to their charge.
With but few exceptions every chronic In
ebriate committed from Pottawattamie
county to Mount Pleasant has made his es
cape and soma of them have been re
turned two and three times, only to escape
again. The county attorney advised the
board that It was compelled to pay the ex
penses of transporting any person com
mitted under order of court to Mount
Pleasant the same as It had to pay ths
sxpenss of conveying a convicted person to
To Bo Chars;. with Vagraaey,
The board recommended that the sheriff
in future arrest escaped dipsomaniacs and
take them before tha court on charges
under the state vagrancy law. This, Deputy
Sheriff Groneweg explained to th super
visors, had been tho course recently
Sheriff Cousins' bills allowed yesterday
were as follows: Fees In criminal cases,
1300.20; expenses In criminal cases, $437. M;
fees ' In Insane cases, $217.20; expenses In
Insane cases, $171.60; boarding prisoners,
at Council Bluffs) and Avoca for June, July
and August, $4S1.
Bills of the Bisters of Mercy for the
car of Insane at Bt Bernard's hospital
were allowed as follows: For June, $768.7$;
for July, $753.16; for August, $821.20.
Th Shelby Independent Telephone com
pany was granted permission under th
psual restrictions to erect and maintain
telephone lines along- the publlo highways
In Pottawattamie county.
Robert Little, who recently brought suit
against the county for $20,000 damages
for personal Injuries received by the col
lapse of a county bridge In Mtnden town
ship, presented a claim for a like amount,
which was rejected. F. H. Klopplng pre
sented a claim for $41 fos a 1,160-pound
steer which was killed by stepping Into
a hole In a county bridge. This claim was
C. I. Maxfleld was appointed a constable
In Neola township to fill a vaoanby.
The board decided to assist the gool
roads movement and authorized, the auditor
to draw a draft for $25 In favor of the,
Iowa Good Roads association.
Today the board will fix th tax levy
for 1909 and appoint clerks and judges for
th November election. ,
RAIN DAMPENS THE CARNIVAL
la Spite of the Bad Weather the
Atteadaaea Reached Three
Tonight will be Eagle's night at ths
street fair and carnival and th local mem
bers of the order ar making great prepa
rations to entertain their brethren from
across th river. The Council Bluffs mem
bers will meet at their ball In th Brown
block at $ o'clock, whore they will be
joined by th Omaha members, and from
th hall will proceed In a body to the car
nival. Ovid Vlen, George B. Davis, F.
E. Hendricks, C. p. Walters, B. H. Con
ner, R. H. Huntington and L. M. Shubert
have been appointed a ooramittee by the
local aerlo to saoort th Omaha Eagle
from across the river.
Th rain yesterday bad a somewhat
dampening effect on th carnival and was
responsible for a falling off In th attend
ance. Despite th unfavorable weather
conditions, however, the ' attendance
reached th $.000 mark, which th manage
ment, under th adverse circumstances,
considered most satisfactory.
Considerable excitement was caused In
th early part of th evening by a closed
carriage dashing down the carnival streets
and halting In front Ql th long booth on
First avenue. Th carriage sontalned no
les personage than Pearl Ine, the suc
cessor to Pearl, th fat girl. Pearllne
weighs over $4) pound and shortly after
her arrival commenced her reception. She
was th main attraction last night and
will, It la sspected, remain so for ths rest
of the week.
Amosg th new show on th gTounda
lasi evening were tb Oriental dancing
ducks, who Imitate th turn don by th
1- o. - - . ...
,m piitoi 01 cairo. ana th WHJ
iwin ounwMj. 1 ne wiia man is con
stantly guarded by a kseper armed with
a heavy club for fear he may break loose
and attaok th visitor to his tent.
But for th wet weather yesterday ths
attendance at th carnival. It is foelievd.
would hav been a record-breaker, as all
the hotels reported being taxed to the limit
Of their capacity. Hundreds of people fron
the country are la town all bent on taking
la the sights. Whsa the Eagles flap their
wings and soar about th grounds tonight.
It Is expected that th attendance will
reach the 16,000 aotb. provided the el ark
of the weather does aot go baok 00 th
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE GROWS
Kspeetatloa I.aat Year' Flaar.s Will
Be Passed! Before End at .
ine enrollment in the city schools ws
increased yesterday by over 100. Superin
tendent Clifford stated last evening that no
definite reports as to figures had been
received by him yesterday from the prlncl
pals of the vsrlous buildings, but he had
received word from all that a number of
additions had been made to th enrollment
of the first day.
superintendent Clifford stated that he
estimated th enrollment yesterday was
nearly up to that of last year and that
by the end of th week It would pass It
Indications were for an Increased attend
ance this year at the Washington avenue,
Twentieth avenue, Second avenue, Avenue
B and Thirty-second street schools. Owing
to tn noon conditions prevailing In the
thickly populated districts, Mr. Clifford
ssld he was mora than satisfied with th
The committee on fuel and heatlrur of
the Board of Education yesterday awarded
the contracts for coal. Th Bluff City
Lumber company was given the contract
for Centerville lump dollvered at $4.84 per
ton, tho company having reduced Its bid
of $4.90 to this figure. To th Carbon Coal
company was awarded the contract for
furnishing Cherokee pea steam coal at
$3.06 per ton. The committee expects to
use about 800 tons of this olass of coal for
the high school building.
One of th basement walls of the Second
avenue school, which had been undermined
by the flood, caved In last evening. It
was not known last night whether tho
accident would require th closing of tha
school until the wall can be repaired. '
Culverts Coder Tracks.
The city council met yesterday morning
In committee of the whole and Investigated
the flood conditions In tho vicinity Tot th
railroad tracks on South Ninth, where
it was complained tha railroad grades pre
vented the flood waters from draining off.
After looking over the ground It was de
cided to order the Rock Island railroad to
construct a culvert under Its tracks at
Tenth street Officials of ths Burlington
and ths Milwaukee notified ths committee
that they would place culverts under their
tracks In that vicinity without further
FIGHT FOB PARKER MILLIONS
Aflcged Sons of Frederick Pa-rker
Seek to Recover Father's
DAVENPORT, la. Sept .-Special Tele
gram.) Alleged sons of W. Frederick
Parker, an eccentrlo character who was
known as th "Hermit of Florence" and
who died At his borne near Omaha last
year, have appeated here and commenced
suit to secure Parker's half Interest In a
$1,000,000 trust fund left by his father, who
was on pf the wealthiest resident of Dav
enport when he died ten years ago. Trial
of the case commenced today before Judge
'Wolf of ths Bcott county district court
Parker willed all his property, worth $160,
000 and his Interest In ths trust fund to
tho older boy, Frank Fralssenet, whom, 1(
Is claimed, he had acknowledged as his
son, but other relatives contest th dis
position of the hermit's Interest In tho
trust fund. Several witnesses wero ex
amined today, the trend of their testimony
being that while Pauline Fralssenet th
mother of th claimant of the fortune, was
a housekeeper at th hermitage, she was
never married to Parker nor acknowledged
as bis wife. J. P. Brlsbln and C, F. Hunt
ington of Omaha were th witnesses ex
amined this afternoon, after th opening
statements, pf. Wiettsrneys,
to Be Tested.
Sept. $. Speclal.)
One of th peculiarities of ths Iowa Insur
ance laws will soon b tested by Melvina
Bmlth of this city, who will sus th Macca
bees for the face of a policy of Insurance
on the life of D. J. Bants, a fireman on
the Illinois Central, who was 'killed In a
wreck near Raymond. Miss Smith Is a
cousin by marriage of the deceased and th
state laws aay that only blood relatives
can become beneficiaries of life Insurance
policies. The lodge Is ready to pay th
money, but dares not do so for fear of pros
ecution under the state law. Th only way
of adjustment Is to sus and hav a decis
ion of the court on th law. A
New System of Trata Orders.
WATERLOO, la., Bept. . (Speclal -Th
result of the wreck on th Central near
Raymond some three months sgo Is likely
to lead to ths establishment of a new sys
tem of train orders for us on th Illinois
Central. The order to th freight eonduotor
was misread and led to a collision. Justice
Kuhns, who heard tha evidence, acting as
coroner, gavs the opinion that too much
brevity was observed In the wording of
train orders. It Is understood that a nsw
system will be placed In us and where
two sections of one train are running each
section will be spoken of by number and
Selllvae is Hnpefal.
ONAWA, la.. Sept . (Speclal.)-J. B.
Sullivan, democratic candidate for gov
ernor, spent the forenoon In Onawa on his
way to Mapleton, where he spoke at the
old settlers' and soldiers' reunion this after
noon. He expressed himself as being well
plessed at ths political outlook'. A number
front Onawa went up to attend tha meet
ing. OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
light Falltaar OS la Marketiaaj
Hogs as Compared with Pre
CINCINNATI, O., Bept, .-Speclal Tele
gram.) Price Current says: There was not
much chang In the offerings of hogs, th
supply being moderate. Total wes'ern
packing was 800,000, compared with 835,000
the preceding week and 245,000 last year.
Since March 1 the total Is 10,506,000, against
1.700,000 g year ago. Prominent places com
pare as follows:
Kansas City ,
Bt Paul ...
New Cere fr Weak Leasts.
Pr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion cures all coughs, colds, grip and lung
troubles or no pay. eOo, $1.00. For sale
by Kuhn aV Co.
rsr Factories Close.
CHICAOO, III., Bept I Acting upon ths
advice of the Chicago Employers' associa
tion, fourteen candy manufacturing con
cerns cloeed today and between I.60O and
t pereuns were thrown out of Work as
the rwsult of the strike. The employere
aay that the lockout will continue until the
candy makers dlaauWe their union aud re
turn to work as Indirlduala,
OBJECTION TO BEAUTY SHOW
Dei koinei Women Balk on Eohema of 8b
MOTHER DIES FROM A BROKEN HEART
Faints ia Ceart Wkts les Is Bemad
Over lor Theft ahd Neve
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DEB MOINES, Bept . (Special.) A
number of women Of De Moines are In a
predicament owing to the aggressiveness
of a corporation la Bt Louis engaged In
working some sort of a schema In connec
tion with placing portraits at the Bt Louis
exposition of tha handsome women of h
state. Some time ago the mayors of cities
and towns In the state received a communi
cation from 3t. Louis Inviting them to
nominate women to hav their portraits In
a baeuty gallery to be placed In th Iowa
building at Bt Louis during th exposition.
The correspondence In regard to this mat
ter came to the attention of the Iowa com
mission at the last meeting and the com
mission refused directly to recognize th
movement or to sanction any such scheme
(n connection with tha Iowa building. Not
withstanding this th company at Bt Loui
has gons ahead securing th names of
handsome women of Iowa as suggested by
the mayors of cities and towns and a nuro
ber of Pes Moines women hav rocelved
notice that they have been designated by
the mayor of th city as eligible for thl
honor. They are writing to the commission
making Inquiries and a great deal of era
barrassment Is following th promotion of
the scheme. Most of the mayors of cities
In Iowa turned down the proposition at
once. Members of ni lows commission
declare they do not know what the scheme
s,' but they are opposed to all grafts of
every kind in connection with the Iowa
building and all schemes have been op
posed by them.
Colored Lawyer Waste Pay.
H. R. Wright, colored, an attorney of
this city, today brought suit against Rev,
F. C. Lomack, colored, pastor of th Afri
can Baptist church, and the publishers of
the Dally Capital, In the sum of $5,000
claimed as damages to him on account of
the publication of an article reflecting on
Attorney Wright. The latter is attorney
for Mrs. Lomack In a suit brought for dl
vorce against the preacher and she has
also caused the arrest of Lomack on
charge of bigamy. Th cases hav been
much discussed la the papers and yeter
day an article was published which brought
ths lawyer for Mrs. Lomack Into disrepute.
Lomack is out on ball pendirlg a prelimi
nary hearing on th bigamy charge.
Died of Broken Heart.
Mrs. Susan Vlrden, a woman aged 60
years, was In justice's court yesterday
when ber son, Edward, was given a pre
liminary hearing on a charge of stealing a
set of harness. When Justice Duncan an
nounced that he would hold the young man
on tb charge and have him await the ac
tion of the grand jury Mrs. Vlrden fainted
away in th court room. She was taken
to her room in an ambulance and doctors
worked, on her through the night to bring
ber to consciousness, but without avail,
and this afternoon she died. Bh never re
covered consciousness after the shock of
learning that her son had been adjudged
guilty of prime, and it Is a clear case ot a
woman dying of a broken heart.
Pastor Goes to Logan. '
Roy H, Caldwell, who has been assistant
pastor In the Central Church of Christ
has resigned and will go to Logan to as
sume a pastorate. He will preach his first
sermon there next Sunday. The official
board of the Central received notice of bis
recognition at Its last meeting and gav It
consent to th change. Mr. Caldwell la a
young man, a graduate f Drake university,
Hs has also actively edited th Christian
Will Prepare Bis Address.
Governor pummlns has aot yst done any
work on bis political address for the cam
palgn, nor has he outlined as yst what hs
will talk about on the occasion of opening
the campaign here In Des Moines in two
weeks, Hs still has a numbsr of speaking
engagements that will take up bis (1ms
with nonpolltlcal addresses. He will re
turn home tonight from the review of the
Fifty-sixth regiment at Clear Lake and
will go to Ames on Friday to attend th
meeting of th college trustees. On Tues
day next he is to deliver the dedication
address on th occasion of the opening of
th pew public" library at Eagle Grove. On
Wednesday of next week he Is to speak to
the reunion of old settlers and soldiers at
Arbor Hill, Adair county. Following that
he will devote soma time to the preparation
of hla address.
Tag Ferret Case V9 Aaata.
The argument of th taxpayers In the
cass of E. J. Heath and others against
Charles E. Albrook and Hardin county
was filed with the clerk of th supreme
court today. This Is th famous Hardin
county cas Involving a contract mads
secretly by th Board of Supervisors with
aa attorney for a fe for collecting taxes
turned up by th tax ferrets. Ths courts
hav directed that the money paid on the
contract shall be turned back to the county.
Incident to this case Is ths political mlxup
In Hardin county In which the tax dodgers
have joined with the democrats In making
common cause and are preparing to upset
th polltloai status of th county, resulting
In a convention bolt and a fusion ticket
Th case will probably come on for hear
ing at th next term of court, but cannot
be decided at once.
Bond (taestloa at Isaac.
An appeal was filed today n th ease of
A. F. Lough against the city of EsthervUl
and the city council members as Indi
viduals, from Emmet county, which cas
Involve the question of th legality of
bonds against th city of Estbsrvllls. This
Issue of bonds amounted to $11,100 and was
issued because of a judgment obtained
gainst th city a number of year ago
and to pay the judgmsnt The city has
refused to pay tha bonds or to recognls
them as legal aud the suits hav bean
pending several years to teat the legality
of ths proceedings.
TyaewrltlaeT Claas Prospers.
About two months ago an Innovation was
Introduced In ths state Industrial school for
girls at Mltchellvllle by the opening of a
special class In typewriting and stenog
raphy. Work has been done for aom
Urn In thia line and now lb era ars two
classes, one In the forenoon and on In th
afternoon. Th forenoon class is of ths
most advanced girls and now numbers five.
Chairman Cownls of the state board today
received letups written on ths typewriter
from the members of ths advanced olass.
The class has been doing excellent work
as Indicated by the proficiency of the
writers, and ail of 'them express great
pleasure and tnthuaissm In the new study,
These are girls who will soon go ouf from
tbe school and they are preparln; them-
be used by fathers and mothers.
I .'i'riMAMlA tne ironr 01 every pack- tV - I
'O trU-v.,T'sJ Be- la order to get ita rCV rrfl
oCUmv Ur r. bcneficial effccU h ta aU eiS?My
cial Train Friday, Sept. 91, 3 p.m.
from UobslGr St. Station, Omaha
Ploaso Inquire ot
selves to be Independent Thus far ths
state officials are greatly pleased with the
results from the class.
INSPECTS SOLDIERS' .HOME
atloaal Board of Managers Pays
Visit to Hot Springs Sani
tarians, HOT (SPRINGS, P. P., Sept, (-.-(Special.)
Ths Board of Managers of ths National
Soldiers' Horns has Just closed Its meeting
here, having Inspected the sits and dis
cussed soms of th features of the new na
tlonal sanitarium, for which the (Trading la
now bslng dona the contract for Its con
struotton having already been let. The fol
lowing members of ths board were present
at the meeting: General M. T. McMahen,
president, of New Tork, General T. J. Hen
derson of Princeton, 111., General C. M- An
derson pf Orssflvllle, O., Colonel S. G. Cooke
of Herlngton, Kan., Colonel W. P. Brown-
losr of Joneaboro, Term., Captain H. B.
Palmer of Omaha and D. C. Spencer of New
Tork, tha latter being secretary for the
board. General Henderson was accom
panied by his daughter, Mrs. Dunbar, and
Generals Anderson and Cooke by their
wlvea. They had Just been upon a tour of
Inspection of ths national homes of ths
west, coming here from Santa Monica, Cal.
They were given a dinner at tha Evans
hotel last evening by Manager Clark, to
gether with a number of Invited cltlsens.
It was a feature much enjoyed by ths vial
tors. Ths board went from hers to Mil
waukee, where It will Inspect the national
home at that place. While upon Its tour
through the west the board also Inspected
a number of stats homes. The stats home
here was Inspected and was highly praised
DEAD WOMANJS IDENTIFIED
Overeeaae by Heart Disease While
Baroate tbe Home ef
STUROI8, g. D., Sept. . (Special Tele
gram.) The sheriff and coroner returned
last night with ths body of a woman
fouad dead on the alkali prairie yester
day. It was that of Mra James H. McFar-
land, mother of William George and Frank
McFarland of Meade county.
Bhe was It years eld and was on ber wsy
from tbe home of one of her sons to an
other. Being afflicted with heart disease,
It Is thought that caused her death.
Arrested ea rergery Charge.
PIERRE. B. D., Sept. t.-(8perial Tfle-
gram.) Sheriff iaughlia returned today
froas Hurua, where be arrested Evans
Towle on a charge of forgery. Towfe, who
THE CHILDREN ENJOY
Life out of doori and out of the frames which they play and the enjoy,
meat which they receive and the efforts which they make, come, the
greater part of that healthful development which ia so essential to their
happiness when grown. W hen a laxative is needed the remedy which is
:'vt tm to dne and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs
on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because it
component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from
, VJ . quamy. ine one remedy which physicians and parents,
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,
because of its pleasant flavor, Its gentle action and its beneficial effects, :s
Byrup of Figs and for the same reason It 1 th nni. i...i. uiu
J, P L ?' '? . hC ?n,y r'racdr whlch act fcntlT. Ptantly and
naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the
system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which resulta
""!,?.? tHe oWti,t, ehartics and modern Imitations, and against
which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would hava them
grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not giva
them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs
assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only th simple, pleasant and
gentle Syrup cf Figs. r
Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the
Uaative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but
lu . ?i?UT or'e'nal mcthol of manufacture and as you value the health of
the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal
ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be
bought anywhere of all reliable druggista at fifty cents per bottle. Pleaw
to remember, the full name of tha Comnanv
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
tne iront 01 every pack-
In order to get its
eficial effects it is al-
necessary to buy
uocy uuua Lia
Special Trains will be run from Bonesteel to
the Rosebud Indian Reservation Line.
City Office, 1401-1403
HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
USEAIXT REDUCED IATXS EAST,
INDIANA, VESTEI9 0BI0 AND 10WSV1LLE, IT,
eWtoBfcar tat, 8ii. IStk tad Pclebar fc. Ettar limit. 31
T. .sum e 2??'T "'.
T Wsett the) aid bane end
tt as. a. mJZ'.nZyH- ""as
has been about this city several days
cashed checks to tha amount of over 30
bearing ths signature of his brother, H. V.
Towle of Blrnamwood, Wis. Ths brother
has In the past purchased horaos In this
city and has a standing at the banks.
When the checks wers sent In for pay
ment they were refused snd the banks In
this elty notified thst they were not good.
Towle asked for a continuance and was
given until Saturday, ho claiming that hla
brother would take up the paper. Those
who took the paper here were the Pierre
National bank, the Rlvarview hotel and R.
A Death Blew ta Malaria.
Electrlo Blttera kill and expel malaria
dlaaaae germs, will prevent typhoid and
cure fever and ague, or no pay. Only 50c.
For sals by Kuhn aV Co. .
Wladow Ulaas Hta e Meet.
PITTSBURG. Pa.. Sept. I. Another effort
to clear up the muddle into whli h the win
dow g;laa trade has ben setttled by tha
repudiation of the Petrolt agreement ty
the Independent glsas workers In pIlKtburg
Is to be made at a mealing of the National
Window Glass Jobbers' association here to
morrow. The meeting will be attended by
the representatives of the larger manufac
ture and It la aald that mint action will
be adopted to the factories Into shape for a
late start, but on other lines than was pro
posed by the Detroit agreement.
Tou've beard soma Champagnes are good.
Form aa opinion of your own founded on
taste. Tou'll find Cook's Imperial bettes.
CO. - ia printed on
Farnam St., Omaha.
aea vour MuoAm at
er coamava aaurr, aa jrS'iS
Cure All Speolal
DISEASES OF UEI
WEAK, NERVOUS UEJ
KIDNEY AND BLADDER
Treataseatt aad M.dlolae
S5.00 PER .lOIlTII
examinations and advloe free at ofOoe off
by mall. Writtea contracts givea la aU
tumble diseases or refund money paid tm'
treatment. Treat meet by snail. 1 yeart
Is saerasji aas mv
Skxit ue euaafsl
MAavtL Whirling I or of
" ' ir'ij
U tr a rll fcr a .
rt L.-f tot an4 ln, for 11-
full sTfunmitA rtifft.-V u4 tov Ly
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asfaafe X 1
ftw M 144. ill.
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