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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. MAKCII 20, 1004.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis Sflls druifs.
Lffrt's trusses flt.
Btorkert sells carpets.
The Faust cigar, S cents.
For rent, nioilr-rn houw, "19 Sixth sve.
Born, to Mi. iiml Mrs. C. O. Ourcii, 315
Park avenue, n son.
Mrs. E. II. Kd rlon hue K"'"' to Seni-ci,
Kvn., in visit relatives.
Fanry cvp.l, circle unci onions; frames.
UUexiiniler'B. JIB liroadway.
Grand Bull Tiicmliiy nlKht. March , at
Hibernian Hall. All invltcii.
For Rent KutriMie.l or unfurnlHhed
rooms. Apply T'! N. lt at.
Bulk limp by the carload : wo can dell
It at a low tlniire. 'I'hone Hafcr, ii2.
"Joan of Arc" tonight. Prondwny M. E.
Criurch. Direction of W. I.. Thlckst mi.
Concert by I"lrt '..nioK.itl'inril choir of
pmaha, tonight at I'.roadwny M. K. ctiurch.
Cantata, "Joan of Arc," Hrondway
church tonight. Tickets, cents at
The Tidies of the Maccabees will hold a
Special nitctii.'K thla uftcrnoon to ballot on
Mn. o. M. ft row n left yesterday on a
Welt to her slater, Mrs. II. 8. Lynn, at
Ji riinrilf.be llcenso has been lwsued to
Xvlll'iun Ke. see. Hired 47, and Lituru Adrtln,
Med 32. both of thin city.
Council muffs dlstrler. Court of Honor,
trill meet In special Hussion thla evening ut
the residence of J. K. Knrlght, 612 North
Royal district, Court of Honor, will have a
bos supper and S'tclal sesplnn Wednesday
evening after the business meeting In
Have your carpets taken up, cleaned and
relald by modern methods. Old carpets
made Into hardsomo rug's. Council H uffs
Carpet Cleaning Co., 34 North Muln street.
B. Oralll was reported to the health au
thorities yesterday aa suffering from dlpth-
trerl.i at tils home, 44J Sluismun street.
The family ha but recently been quaran
tined lor scarlet fever.
Aa but few attorneys were In attendance
Judge Wheeler of the district court yester
day positioned pinking an usHiirnment of
law t-piwn until this morning. The grand
Jury will bo impanelled this inornlpg.
The second "election" for the ten trips to
the St. I-ouls exposition and return will
cloee Thursday, March 81. at 6 o'clock.
For the accommodation of Council Uluffs
candidates votes may be turned In at The
lioe otllce, 10 l'eaxl street.
Ogden Hotel Rooms, with or without
board; steam heat, free bath; publlo parlors.
Real Katate Transfers,
Theso transfers were reported to The Bee
March at ty tho uhstract, tltlo and loan
-.fllce of freu.te & AiiiiIh, 101 Pearl street
F. M. Ci it .'Men and wife to Oeorgo
JK'eJer, lot & Auditor's sub ne4 seV,
lotx 7 and S In se4 mH. lots 6 and f
lu S"f'4 r.w 6-74-43, q c d I
W'llhiliii Niemann and wife to Adolnh
Oesc. seU sefc 6 and sw sw4 6-76-
, W d 1,000
John Knlckman and wife to Jullua
Knrgan, nwfc nwlt 20-74-4, w d 2,500
Simeon u. jens o jonn ti. jenk-s,
seai and so "4 iw and eH ne4 twU
6-77-S9. q c d
.1. A. I lend loo and wife to Barnh
Marks, eVk lots 4 and 6, block 23,
Avoca, w d
Thomas 8. Robinson to Katherlne 8.
Schott, lots 4 and 6, block 3, Street's
add, w d
James O. Bradley and wife to Sarah
Jane Murphy, lots 1 and 6, Bradley's
sub, w d
Rebecca A. Fosdlck and husband to D.
K Stuart, tind 2-33 lot 11. block S,
Highland Place, and und 2-66 lot 4,
Auditor's sub sw4 ne 29-75-43, w d
William H. Dollarlilde and wife to
same. same, wd 30
Liouls if. Jackson and wife to William
H. Baker, lots 1 to 8 and 24 and 2o,
block 6, and lots IS to 3, block 6,
Webster's 1st add, w d 610
J. 1 Drulen et al to A. O. Brumago,
lot 8, block 35, Central sub, w d 150
Julia B. Van Ttusen and husband to
Cornlla MeOrew, rots 7 and S. block
, lots 11 and 14, block 8, Thompson's
ad.l, and lot IS, block 7, Wright's
Adolph Mathlensen nnd wife to Henry
Kruft, lot 16, block 12, Bent ley, w d.. 200
Thirteen transfers, total $12,617
K T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250; night. F-667.
Deaf Mate Breaks Into Saloon.
Guy ParkhlU, a deaf mute, Is under ar
rest at the city Jail charged with breaking
Into Frank Walklngton's saloon at the cor
ner of Broadway and Tenth street. Park
hlU forced an entrance Into the saloon by
prying the back door latch with a coal
shovel. When Walkington went to tha
saloon at 6 o'clock yesterday morning he
heard some one moving about In the bar
and called out that he had his revolver and
would shoot. Entering the bar room he
failed to notice any one, and Officer
Humphrey happening along, the two Insti
tuted a search, with the result that Park
hlU was found crouching In the corner of
the coal shed. Investigation disclosed that
nothing had been stolen, and as ParkhlU Is
said to be not altogether mentally bright.
Walkington, It Is understood, will not
Bafer sella lumber. Catch the Ideal
Accidentally Skot lu Knee.
Harry L. Messner, 1617 Seventh avenue,
late Sunday night was accidentally shot lu
the knee by a revolver which he was car
rying in his pocket. In some manner tho
revolver was discharged and tho bullet en
tered the left leg Just above the knee cap,
coming out below. The accident happened
at the corner of Pearl street and Broudway
and for a while It was thought that a
shooting affray had taken place. Messner
waa removed to hu home and the attending
physician is of the opinion that the accident
wUl result In Messner having a stiff knee.
BICYCLES AT COST
We are closing out our bicycle r'ock sn.1
If yuu want to purchase a wheel kee .s I -lore
buying. We also sell drays, delive y
wagons, milk wagons, etc.
1IM loslk MnU Wtrre;.
Davfd Bradley & Co.
rotxt u. BiiKi s. iowa.
a sac1 ft, Cssual Uluffa.
EUabUtlisd UM, E B
I I The purity, pace. JD H
I ' and stylo of H D
I Dorflinger 1
m commend k to care- u
lul pnrchsteri at n
n at (or wedding lA
DEMOCRATS THE WINNE.S
Will Hare Practical j OompleU Control of
City tba Oominf Tear.
GET MAYOR AND ALL BUT ONE OF COUNCIL
He pu hi leans Save Alderman Olson,
City Pollcltor Snyder Tresis
rer True Oat of General
. Wreck of the Ticket.
The air was decidedly democratic In
Council Bluffs yesterday. Contrary to ex
pectations the majority of the republican
ticket went down to defeat And In most
Instances by decided majorities. The result
was simply one of those things "which no
fellow can find out" the cause for. How
It was done, however. Is evident. The
democrats simply voted ' their ticket
straight, while the republicans were busy
scratching. Out of tha wreck the repub
Means saved Olson, for sMerrnan-at-large,
the sole aldermanlc cancTTTiate elected by
the party; Snyder, for city solicitor, and
True, for treasurer. The democratic col
umn looks like this: Mayor, one alderman-at-large,
auditor, city engineer, assessor,
superintendent of markets, park commis
sioner and the entire six ward aldermen.
Owing to deathB In the family of Mayor
elect Macrae and City Engineer Etnyre
tho democracy abandoned any celebration
of their victory.
Following Is the result In detail:
First precinct 1R2
Second precinct 231
First precinct 199
Second precinct 216 -
First precinct 193
Second precinct 137
First precinct 144
Second precinct 106
First precinct 238
S.cond precinct 165
First precinct 286
Second precinct 8
First precinct 187
Second precinct 236
First precinct 210
Second precinct 247
First precinct 152
Second precinct 238
First precinct 180
Second precinct 137 .
First precinct 282
Second precinct 178
First precinct 299
Sjconil precinct 8
First precinct 165
Second precinct 230 '
First precinct 2O0
Second Dreclnct 225
First precinct 155
Second precinct 228
First precinct 1,5
Second precinct 124
First precinct 269
Second precinct 163
Flint precinct 274
Second precinct 8
Totals 2,216 2,47
First precinct 21R
Second precinct 2U3
First pieelnet 218
Second precinct 248
First precinct 171
Second precinct 232
First precinct 169
Second precinct 150
First precinct 291
Second nreclnct 209
First nreclnct 311
Second precinct S
First precinct 189
Second precinct 269
f irst precinct 236
econd precinct 270
First precinct 168
Second precinct 2L8
First precinct 202
Second precinct 134
First precinct 9r4
Second precinct 192
First precinct 294
Second precinct 8
Second precinct 175
First precinct 237
Second precinct 8
First precinct 135
Second precinct 161
First precinct 12S
Second precinct 116
Flint precinct 251
Second preclnot Ul
First precinct 279
Second precinct i
fiouufil raolncf , .,MU , 1 -rfijj Us
First precinct 21
Peronit precinct 1A2
First t.reclnct 1-'
Second precinct 8
Totals l.!c 22
lor Superintendent of Markets.
First Word- Rep.
rust ileolnrt In
Seeunu precinct 2W
Second VV ard
r'usl pieeim't V2
First precinct 117
Hecona precinct 210
First precinct 179
Seeuna precinct 131
First precinct 23
First precinct 293
tJeconu precinct 8
For l'ark C'onnulssloner
I-lrst Ward Rep.
First precinct lixi
Hecona precinct ii
Second W ard
First precinct..... 207
First precinct 14S
Second precinct Vii
First precinct 135
Second precinct 124
First precinct 269
Second precinct lt4
First precinct 2S7
Second precinct 9
Second precinct ".. 197
First precinct Hi
Second precinct 2o9
First precinct 183
Seconu precinct 114
First precinct 2'9
Second precinct 177
First precinct i81 29
Second precinct 12 829
Death of Mrs. Dr. Macrae.
Mrs. Charlotte A. Macrae, wife of Dr.
Donald- Macrae, died yesterday shortly
after noon at the family residence, 809
Fifth avenue, aged 59 years. For years
Mrs. Macrae had been a sufferer from In
flammatory rheumatism and for a year or
more past bad been confined to her home.
Before her marriage to Dr. Macrae, which
took place In New Tork March 4, 1867. Mrs.
Macrae was Miss Charlotte Douchette.
daughter of Joseph Douchette, surveyor
general of Canada. . With her husband
Mrs. Macrae cams to Council Bluffs March
27, 1867, where they have since made their
home. Resides her husband she Is survived
by one son. Dr. Donald Macrae, Jr.
The funeral will be held Wednesday aft
ernoon at 8 o'clock from the family resi
dence on Fifth avenue. Rev. W. S. Barnes,
pastor of tho First Presbyterian church.
will conduct the services and burial will be
In Falrvlew cemetery.
These have been selected to act as pall
bearers: Drs. F. W. Dean, J. H. Cleaver,
V. L. Treynor, J. M. Bartsow, J. C. Water
man, H. B. Jennings.
Itonndbouse Kmployes Scalded.
Glen Watts, William Mikesell and J. H.
Badle, employes at the Illinois Central
roundhouse, were badly scalded Sunday
night while working In the cap of a loco
motive. A "washout" plug blew out. al
lowing the scalding stenm to escape Into
their faces. Wntts whs the most eerlously
scsldod. the steam striking his face and
neck. Mikesell and Bndle escaped with
scalds on one side of the face. Watts, how
ever, with his face swathed In bandages,
was ab'.e to go to the polls yesterday.
Watts resides at 27' South Eighth street,
Mikesell at 1300 Avenue I, and Badle at 1201
Inspection of Company I..
Captain P. I. Van Order has received no
tice that the government Inspection of
Company L. Fifty-fifth Infantry, Iowa Na
tional Guard, will be held Tuesday even
ing, April 5. by Major J. A. Olmstead, tT. S.
A, retired. The following order has nccord-
Irgly been Infilled:
This command will parade for govern
ment Inspection Tuesday evening, April 5,
at 7:30 p nt. All members are hereby or
dered to be present. P. I. VAN ORDER.
Captain Company L, Fifty-fifth Infantry.
Plumbing nnd heating. Blxby Son.
Word was received hero yesterday morn
ing of the death of Mrs. Mary F.tnyro.
mother of City Engineer 8. R. Etnyre and
Mrs. S. B. Wadsworth of this city, at her
home In Oregon, III. She was 79 years of
age and was taken 111 last week with
pneumonia. Mrs. Wadsworth left for Ore
gon last Saturday, nnd was at her mother's
bedside when she passed away.
The myriads of pillaging
germs that feed on the life
elements and vital parts ol
your blood, soon destroy the
red corpuscles, and your pale,
emaciated face quickly dis
closes the beginning of a de
cay that ends in a long period
of sickness or possibly death.
Radam's Microbe Killer
prevents and cures disease
by destroying Bacteria, the
organic life that causes fer
mentation and decay of blood
corpuscles. Kill these germs,
and nature, through rich, red
blood, will kill the disease.
ftVHKvsr The Was. Ksdsra Micrcbs KilW Cs.,
Frtt ii tsi Grilles Su, New York, sr
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.. Uh and iaruanv.
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Bill I .trodnc d Plaoiag All State Inititu
tiona Under Common Control.
GETS TOGETHER ON APPROPRIATIONS
Private Banks of State Incorporating
Inder the Hanking; Lavrs Miners
and Operators Inable
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, March 28. (Special.) The
perfected bill for the creation of a state
board of education, to have charge of the
educational institutions of the state and
to supplant the three large boards of re
gents and trustees, was printed and laid
i before the members of the legislature to
day and It is expected that the bill will
be taken up and receive consideration dur
ing the week. Tha provisions of the bill
as summarized by the authors una pt
sentcd to the legislature are as follows:
State Board of Education, five members,
not more than three of same poll ileal
tmriv. no two at time of appointment le-
siding In same congressional district; not
more tnan two snail nave oeen . imucun
I of the state educational Institutions; not
I more than one shall have been a student
lSl of any one of said institutions, anu 110
one ot the students shall be made chalr
123 Appointments shall be for six-year terms
after the board la started, appointments by
271 I ho s-nvarnnr Bllhlpi t to HlHTOVul by til
30 senate, the chairman to receive 13.0OU 11
year and devote nis entire lime, me owiers
$10 a day for time put In, not to exceed
ninety days a year. ,
Members shall bo subject to removal by
tho governor and shall be under bonds,
shall not be ellgRiie 10 any oiner iwinuii
otlleo in the state nor to any offl l 11
; '" ..."""h ,1,. h,i h-7n
306 bo subject to examination by the statutory
ani 1 committee on retrenchment and reform.
; Tho board shall be provided with offices
at the seat of government and with sup
. ..i i ui,.iii hnve a secretary at II. Boo a
I year' nnd mnv hire stenographer and other
' employes and.jnake, Itenilzed statement of
accounts to ine legislature.
r,-h i,nrrt .hall have full power to man
i "'ino-o rnmrnl nnd srovern the State univer-
, slty, state college, none nonini ...pim
, the College for the Blind and tho Schoo
, ,) tlnnf
Thn imuni nf a committee thereof, shall
visit ond Inspect at least once every three
months the Institutions named and Investi
gate tho financial condition and manage
ment of suehi Institutions, may call wlt
nessAS under oath to testify regarding any
matters, and if abuses or wrongs are in
vestigated shall report to the governor tho
charges, evidence and conclusions.
Reports shall be made biennially to the
Kovernor ror tne general mscmui), uu mu
Vo..t wiih Mrh nnd every Institution and
tho board shall require the same at all the
I institutions and report estimates 10 me
Building operations snail tie conaucteo. oy
th Imlmi-.I nnd In all cases where the esti
mates go over $1,000 there shall be con
tracts let on competitive bids, nnd ex
penditures shall not be permitted beyond
tho sums appropriated.
It shall be the duty of the board to
promote as best It can the purposes for
which each of the Institutions under its
control is maintained, but it shall prevent
the unnecessary maintenance In an Insti
tution of a department or course of work
or study whlcn is more property mam'
toi.,.,,1 at unother Institution. Confer
nntt,m ni ih. rifm rci vnn ine ortMuei is nuu
'5 eupennienuenis ui mo iuaui.ui4nB u..u.
" its control may be held when deemed
The board snail nve power 10 uppumi
and remove for cause the president or su
perintendent, members of the faculty and
officers of each Institution, but employes
who are not officers shall be appointed and
mav be removed for cauBe by the presi
dent or superintendent, but no appoint
ment or removal shall be made for politi
cal reasons." ...
No person shall be appointed president or
Intendent unless re Bnau receive 1110
atlirmative voio 01 lour ui 111c me...c. n,
other action to be taken only on vote of
th-ee or more members.
There are provisions for the fmig of
salaries, designation of a chairman and
vice chairman, designation of persons to
act temporarily as president or super'";
tenuent. tne Handling 01 iuiuis, mini or in
treasurers, forbidding soliciting presents or
bribes, forbidding election contributions, re
ports from stewards and others connected
with the Institutions, complete invoices and
reports of purchases and disbursements
nnd of Income, regulation of contingent
funds, expenditures for various subjects,
the preparation of bonds and provision for
letting contracts and supervising all work.
The board shall be organised ns soon as
possible after the act goes into effect, but
shall not take full control until July 1
next when the institutions designated shall
all be turned over to this new board.
Fixes the Appropriations.
The final meeting ot the appropriation
committee of the legislature was held this
afternoon und the figures for the new op- 1
propriatlons for the different educational I
institutions of the state agreed upon. The
contest before the committee has been
mostly with reference to the allowance for I
the Slate university, and the figures finally
settled on for that purpose are $149,500. This
Is a new appropriation for the support 1
fund. Added to It will be the biennial ap
propriatlons, which come from the acts
which are continuous In their operation
and from the mllluge funds. In all during
the blennlul period the university will re
ceive from the state a total of $721,500 This
will come in the following funds:
Present appropriation $149,500
Receipts from continuous appropria
From mllluge tax 252,000
To this must be added the receipts from
tuition, which are estimated at $126,000,
making the total $846,500.
The appropriation committee has agreed
upon the sum of $379,010 for the State col
lege at Ames. To this must be added
Il'.-n.OuO receipts from continuous appropria
tions, $252,000 from the mlllage tax and
$150,000 from the United States government,
which will make the resources of that
school for the biennial period a total of
Besides the regular mlllage tax for the
Stats Normal school at Cedar Falls, that
institution is given an addition to Its sup
port fund of $S4.0fi0.
With an attendance of scarcely more
than half Its members, the senate this
morning passed but a few bills. Those
adopted Include one by Young of Calhoun,
relating to payments for boards of health
for expenses in restricting the spread of
Infectious diseases; Hayward's bill giving
special charter cities right to condemn
land for park purposes, and providing for
the raising of funds for sustaining parks,
was passed; Elerlck's bill, relating to re
version of unused schools lands to original
owner waa adapted aa was also a legalizing
act upholding the supervisors of Clayton
county In the purchase of land.
The appropriation committee reported
favorably on the bill giving $200,000 for
completion of the state historical library;
favored an appropriation for the purpose
of providing books for the treasurer of
state and his deputy; favored appropria
tion for expense of visiting committees to
different state Institutions: appropriating
$13,000 for the maintenance of the office of
fish and game warden; and opposed the
passage of the bill appropriating $100.ono for
the erection of a state arsenal for the Na
A Mil to provide for savings banks In
verting funds outsld the state waa de
feated, but will be reconsidered.
The senate this afternoon passed a bill
to provide that at least three of the mem
bers of the Library board shall be women.
also a measure to provide that decrees of
divorce shall not ba Issued until the next
term of court after tha one when tha
cases have been heard and decided.
Private Banks Incorporate
The movement on tha part of private
b,&ri to f ot under, t taovrporatlos rvrr
of the state continue steadMy. The auditor
cf state today Issued a charter to the
Farmers Savings bank of Pioneer, Htitv-
boldt county, formerly a private bank.
to have a capital of UO.OaO; 11. 8. an Al-
stlne, president; D. R. Miles, cashier. At
the same time a favorable report wa
received from the bank examiner In rela
tion to the Incorporation of the Tinglcy
State Savings bank, changed from a pri
vate bank, with capital of $20,000; H. R
Boyd, president; A. R. Haas, cashier.
There was filed with the secretary of
state the Incorporation papers of the Min
den Creamery company, capital, llO.Ov'O;
nnd of the Blunt Cattle company, Sioux
City, capital $10,000.
Oorernor Is Still 111.
Governor A. B. Cummins Is still con
fined to his home and will not be out
for a week or more. He is barely able to
t up a portion of each day and 1m very
weak. He Is attending to only the most
urgent stnte business nnd a largo number
of bills that he will have to sign nro ac
cumulating on his desk.
Miners "till Disagree.
Unless nn agreement Is reached In two
days there will be trouble in the coal min
ing regions of Iowa. The miners and ojr
ators resumed their conferences toda and
tried to reach a scttloment of the wage
question as affecting the day workers. Tho
miners demand that the old scale shall
be adopted, but the operators want a 5
per cent reduction. It was stated this
afternoon that the miners had submitted
the matter to the miners' executive board
at indlanapnlia, as the reduction would
affect miners in all parts of the country.
The operators say that unless on agree
ment Is reached when the old agreement
expires March 81 they will close their
mines and wait.
MISICIFAL ELKCTIOSs IS IOWA.
Republicans Fleet Kverythlnsr lit lies
Moines Except Police Judge.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DKS MOINF.S, March 2K. (Special Tele
gram.) Partial returns from the city elec
tion show that the entire republican ticket
was elected today, except police Judge, for
which A. J. Mathls (dem.) heat W. A. Tris
by a small majority. The republicans elect
all nine aldermen. A fight was waned on
W. A. Trls, republican candidate for police
Judge, on the ground that he was an ar
dent Hull man und also becauso he was
for continuing a policy of opposition to
the sporting elements. His opponent was
A. J. Mathls, ex-Justice of the peace.
Waterloo had a fight over tho water
works question and an aldermanlc ticket
pledged to Improve water conditions waa
Boono elected a council composed of two
socialists, two republicans and one dem
ocrat. It is a rnllroad center. An elec
tric light franchise was endorsed at the
Mason City election. In Fort Dodge a spe
cial paving' question furnished ".ho Issue.
Two republicans and one Independent went
elected to the council.
Two republicans and one democrat were
elected In Iowa City.
Independence elected four republicans
and one de-, ocrat to Its council.
J. L. Carey (em.) was elected mayor of
Dentson, Secretary's Shaw's home city,
two republicans and one democrat on the
At Clinton James Patterson (rep.) was
elected mayor by 1,500 majority.
Sioux City elected W. G. Sears (dem.)
over W. E. Cody (rep.). Most of the dem
ocratic ticket was elected.
SIBLEY, la., March 28. (Special Tele
gram.) At the Sibley municipal election
845 votes were polled. Two tickets were
In the Meld. The citizens' ticket by caucus,
the city ticket by petition. Tho citizens
ticket elected W. C. Qnrberson mayor; W,
B. Stevens and C. B. Morrison, council
men, and Ed Bailey, treasurer. The city
ticket elected T. P. Jenkins, councilman
M. M. Trainer, recorder, and Charles
'i. , . . . ..
w.ni.m er, usnexsor. wnue there was
great lnl"'est In the contest tho election
was without political party significance.
LOQAN, la., March 2S.-(Speclul Tele
gram.) At the election here today much
Interest was felt, there being four tickets
In the field, the socialist being the only
party represented. It cast five votes out of
a total of 319. The principal fight was be
tween the citizens' ticket and the people's
ncKet. 'ine result: For mayor. I. C. Mil
llman, people's (re-elected); recorder. P. M
Adams, citizens; assessor, Theodoie Cronlt,
cmzenB ; treasurer. O. McKelvIe, citizens'
councumen, jonn w. wood, citizens' and
Oscar Coffey, people's.
MISSOURI VALLEY. Ia.. March 2S -
(Special Telegram.) At a hotly contested
city election for aldermen the result was
as as follows: First ward. P. J. Tcnnant
(dem.) over J. R. McOavern (ren ). 22 mn.
Jorlty; Second ward, C. A. Walker (rep.)
over George Beagle (dem.), 12 majority;
Third ward, E. Roscnbaum (dem.) over
V Illiam Newflnd (rep ). 61 majority. This
makes the council stand four republicans
and two democrats.
ONAWA, la., March 28 rSpcclal Tele
gramsComplete returns for muyor gives
Jienry iianowe. republican, thirty malorltv
over M. A. Marley. democrat. For rlerlr
C. M. Ross defeats George 1'nderhlll by
one vote; councllmen, C. H. Bradbury, re-
putillcan. and M. B. Pumen, democrat
were elected; assessor, D. A. Petnher, re
publican; treasurer. B. D. Holhrook, demo
crat, were elected. The election was warmly
contested, the main question being one of
reform In the city government.
BURLINGTON, la., March 2R.-Todav's
election resulted in a landslide for the re
publicans. J. 8. Caster was elected mayor
over Mercer (dem.) by 700 plurality. The
city council will be republican by a large
CRESTON, la., March 28. (Special Tele
gram.) The municipal election today re-
sunea in ino election of three democratic
and two republican aldermen. Tho coun
cil is a lie witn a republican mayor.
OSKALOOSA. In.. March 28. -Three re
publican and two democratic aldermen
were elected today.
Brakentan Killed In Iowa.
CRESTON, la., March 28-(Speclal Tele
gram. ) Brakeman William Oney of Red
ding. In,, was killed this morning nt Corn
ing. He was caught between the drawbars.
Works Wonders for Women.
Electrlo Bitters Invigorates the female
system and cures nervousness, headache,
backache and constipation or no pay. 60c
Fur sale by Kuhn & Co.
Crashed by a Wagon.
HURON, S. D.. March 28. (Special Tele
gram (Saturday night Fred Nlmblet. a
farmer, aged SC. and unmarried, fell from
a wagon loaded with lumber, the wheels
passing over his body, killing him almost
AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
I!. IW J
ad t Bctatlfnl Compltlloa,
enraa Kczcdis and Tetur. Ab
, . goluialr abd Parajarantly
S v ' aira. Pimple, lttduau, sus
!' 9 N-ari " Dd T' l',eJ t""
ri& lirma U..jl 6oap a rcr.
; fLt nm i. lu.uiad.
V x 5l-ir aii.beerda,, alraol.
DerasavRoyale. tl ar bollla. sxsreas sald.
Iwras-IMisK Saap, aft reals, kjr saali.
tak 1st eiackagr. !.. a.prasa pa.
Tks Uvrma-ltosale Cv.. riarlnaail. O.
SCHALrCX'S CLI I'KICC DXLG S10RL.
pm fits. Mebr.. av4 stoath Osaa. WW.
Mtirnr if 4
1 s-.mi m lis I
fjo rn CP
I . I
! Ten Days'
I Offered Hen
j Grt Parisian Method That Cure
j Seminal Weakness. Varicocele
j Stricture, dlcet, Gonorrhoea, I'nnat
I unit Discharges, Irritation and En ,
I Iflrgement of the Prostate Uland,
j niadJer and Urinary Disorders,
Without taking rWlclne- Into thJ
stomach and In Their Own Home. It
Will Be Sent Every flan Absolutely
a wonjc! ful method successfully used
for years In Km.-ce. nnd now for the fret
tlrrn In Lrodi'r..,i in r.orl It i twta. IK' m
for rny man. yo matter hew bad off, to
ulckly regain the vlior of jo.mg mauhood
THE PARIS IVIFDICATEO CRAYON.
PLEAaANY, SOOTHING AND HIALINQ.
without tuKlng any medicine into tho stoic
Boh, und to urova that it will do thW lli-;y
o;ler a full Ten Uays' Trial Treatment ab
solutely free to every man sending nams
and ud.lress ;o Dr. tltevetis A Co., ilox 1771.
Columbus, Ohio. You ancly It locally to
the seat of 'lie trouble, rnd It quickly tlnds
its way to the ccslrcd sjot, enlarging the
muscles, increasing thd nerve force una giv
ing the necesnary vim and energy. The
wcrld of science and medicine thoroughly
It cures In wonderfully quick time. In
your own home, lost vitality, emaciation,
premptuil;y, tarlcocele. rictiire. unnat
ural iirilation and inlnrgnment of the pros
tate gland, und a. II bladder and urinary
disorders of man, tl is the only method
ki'own to s.Mxnce thi-t will eleatrify the
ooay, rout warning c'seanee, create vigor,
warmth and force, tnd all tl.ls without
medicine taken into the stomach. Jf
others tell you nothing can be dona fur
you, this will surely ?ure you.
Write to l)r. Btevens Co., Columbus.
Ohio. Box 1771. They offer Ten bays' Trial
Treatment to every man. It Is no "pre
criptlon," 'deposit" or "C. O. D." scheme,
as this Arm is too large to resort to such;
retty ways. In addition to the absolutely '
ree trial treatment they send th most
complete book ever written on the Pvses
of Men, tailing all, and fully Illustrated,
with forty engravings from life. Every,
thing Is confidential and sent perfectly
plain, ind since they merely ask you to
Inquire what they have got that will- cure
you, we trust every gentleman reader of
this paper will write them at once a above
tlilta tret vha Tan TAVS Trtl T ijka ft'
Bient ajtd look, both beoiute'or free,
The Only DouM
botween the .
ft DAILY TRAINS
V OMAHA TO
8.25 PM THE OVERLAND LIMITED
Mwnlncsnt sold rtnltf rrArt-n nue-e-a-J- 'r.. i
meat snd drswlns-mom .Iwetns 'V'"
bitrlwr, hath, tlita:is, .!lnlim our aud obir-tloa
e.rm. Elsotrlo llhtd throughoat.
8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
Pullman tottrlut ilnfping cri anU roaches Dinl&f
oars h( from Clinton
5.50 PM THE EASTERN EXPRESS
Pullman drswlnn-rooiu i"t tn'iri-t li.i,n ours. .
fTMncliutnsclwir oats, buflt iior.l sod uiokilia
esrr. i'iuidk c.ua.
3 CITHER DAILY TRAiNS
3fl in Pullmsndrnwins roomie"pin-r.i
fiLM lM,in,kinil mid librr rsrs ss. ff
II Ofl 111 Through .orrlcs ')mh to unic.iro
I Til bM N,.rll.AVlrn tund.rd day ookUS
I.WU ud frss ohsir in.. Uinlns cr.
4f)r ma Fm thair fiin to rhirnao Pullmsa
I fM isitng rar from Am"" lo l.'biogo. IHS
' 1 m i .gc.rMrviog breakfaat.
2 DAILY TRAINS
7C fl ill Oiwarvatlou csfs cars, parlor cars sad i
.vU AM coachoa.
81 C nil Pullman nlwlnf run. hoflat llbrarf
,19 M car. aud fra raohnius chalt car.
BLAG El IIBLLS
J CD Dtl Torrsmnnt. Llncnln.Wiihno.rtSTldCUr
.Ull rlH Vnrli. llailluaa. SaKard. (laliava. Hui
-i,.- X'nrfr.ll. ljti I'i . C.hi,.r. Hot fcliruota,
Iladr.od ami Laad. Tluougu raclinlui ehair oarai
1'ullm.in (leaping car naivico.
Q (It 111 To Kramont. IJncola. Wal.oo. .Norfolk.
O.UJ ANI Long I'ina, VardiMra. llouahtaol and Uis
Roaabud Indian ltaHr,alion i-ountr.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 and 1403 Farnam SuecL
Charges Less Than fill Others
r7V,a,a"tr.il?. i ' frf
Trrais nil n.rnis ( Dlsvusea of
Twcnty-cight Years' Experience.
Eighteen Years In Omaha.
The doctor s riarkable success hii
lfvr been tyuuled. ills rrsuurces and
fnrllltlPS f'.r tl'-i.tlll tills 1'1'IM Of tllHMla.l-
sro unliinltwl i'nii vry diy brings many
P ut-rli.s r jjortH of the good lie Is dolus;
ur tho itll.-f Iik 1ms .riven.
HOF SPRINGS TREATMENT TOR
All Blood FulMOns. No "HKEAKINO OVT"
on tlie nk1" "r ",c0 tt"1 u'1 rti-iniii slum
of tlm fllbtfiise dls:ii)yurs at once A ir
limnont turr for Ufa BUiirantei'd.
I inilli; f IFCl'Rlid GlAItANTKED in
i AKILUCLll. LKtsH than kivk davs.
tin ) fkflU luiivs cured of Hydrocele,
INlAK JU.UUU blri. ture. Uleel, .Nervous
Debility, I.uss of Ktrei.Kth und Vitality
and all forms of cl. route lUours.
Trsntinent by mull. Call or write. Bos,
704. Office !ai Souta Uth St., Onmlia. Nab.
OR POWDER .H
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