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ASSESSORS ARE EXPLAINING
But Board Befci Light on Valuation! in
B?oral of the Counties. N
LANCASTER REALTY HAY GET A BOOST
Fall City People Appeal to nrTf
4 Wast the Street Fair Sep.
tloa of TfMkni.
(Fmm a Staff Cbrreapondent.)
LINCOLN, July 20. (Special.) The Btate
Board of Equalisation thli morning heard
Orant Zlmmers, aaaeasor of Otoe county;
E. J. Maxwell, assessor of Nemaha county,
and J.f B. Burres. assessor of Johnaon
' county, explain their several reporta. None
of the men were asking for a decreaae, but
were here merely to tell the board the
whyfore of certain reduction or certain
Secretary Bennett ha the countlea tabu
lated with the exception of two which
have not yet been received and the board
la looking; over the return and Comparing
them with laat year. At thl early date it
look a aa though a number of counties would
have to atand for a material Increaae In
their assessment. Incidentally, Lancaster
lieutenant: I.llbtirn T. Oxford, first lieu
tenant; Jacob Ferguson, second lieutenant;
Howard W. Antlns, second lieutenant;
Jacob H. Evana, aer-ond lieutenant; Harry
B. Harlan, second lieutenant.
Second Regiment H. Elton Clapp, cap-
tain, regimental adjutant: John K. Tu
captain, chaplain; (,'harlea H. Johnaon, cap
tain: August w. Kroeger, captain; wiinur
B Price, captain, Samuel F. Shannon, cap
tain; Martin C. Bhallenherger, captain;
Jack Reason, first lieutenant; Jullua Wllg,
first lieutenant; I.ewls R lAmoert. rlrsi
lieutenant; Charle H. Beed, flrat lieu
tenant; Wlllard S. Paul, flrat lieutenant;
Albert H. Barker, flrat lieutenant; Edmund
H. Mullowney. flrat lieutenant; Benjamin J.
Richards, flrat lieutenant; Clvde E. Mct'nr
mlrk, aecond lieutenant; Gilbert B. McOlU,
Ambulance Company John M. Blrkner,
major; John F. Bpealman, flrat lieutenant.
Signal Corpa Lou I a II. Oage. aecond lieu
tenant. Brown I.lbel Salt On.
At the conclualon of the Introduction of
evidence by the prosecution today the de
fenae in the criminal tlhel suit brought by
George E. Sharp of the Royal Highlanders
against E. E. Brown of the Haatinga Ob
aerver, moved that the case be dismissed,
but after a lengthy dlacuaalon, Juatlce Btev-
ena overruled the motion. E. E. Brown, the
defendant, 'whose teatlmony occupied the
entire afternoon, denied that he had writ
ten the story upon which the libel ult
baaed and then refuaed to tell who did.
though It wa pointed out to him that
refusal meant a term In Jail. Brown tlll
refuaed, however, and then the proaecutlon
waived the question for the time being, and
did, not take It up again.
Brown swore that he had printed the ar-
standing its kick at the Douglas county ("cl ln """l'0""1""' t0 "h0W "TJ"!
assessment. One member of tha ' board
Intimated that the real estate In Lancaster
eonld easily stand for an Increase of 10
per cent, while another member said It
asaeaament was good. Lancaster land la
asseaaed at an average of $8.40 an acre
and yeaterday at a public auction one piece
old for, $41.60 an acre, while another piece
sold for $25. Each piece was worth. It Is
aid, at least $10 more an acre than It
Object to Street Fair.
There Is something doing at Falls City
and the governor has been asked to take
a hand In the game. Just what the trouble
I the governor at this time will not say,
but he has received several communications
from there asking him to compel the
county attorney and other officers to en
force the law In certain particulars. As a
reault of these letters Governor Mickey
has requested the county attorney and
others Interested to meet with him and
dlacuas the situation.
It Is supposed the trouble la over a street
fair which will be held there next week
and It Is stated that several of Falls City's
people are opposed to such forms of amuse
ment. The governor, however, would not
say whether this was the trouble. Several
days ago dispatches from Fremont said a
telegram had been given to Rev. Mr. Croft
to be sent to Governor Mickey to request
Mm to order the sheriff of Dodge county
to stop Sunday base ball games. The tele
gram, however, ha not yet been received.
Incidentally, Governor Mickey does not
believe In the state overriding the local au
thoiitles or Interfering with local affair
even If It were possible for him to do so,
D. J. Davlaaon of Lafayette, Ind., Is In
the city, the guest of Prof. Davlsson of
the University of Nebraska. The two will
leave Monday for Denver and Cheyenne
for a two weeks' vacation.
Ex-Governor Hence In City.
Former Governor Nance of Chicago wa a
caller upon Governor Mickey this after
noon, having Just recently returned from
j-aiestine, wnere ne went some seven
months ago. Governor Nance Is looking
well and said he waa feeling well. He will
leave ln a day or two for Polk county,
where he still ha large land Interests.
Examinations for Teachers.
Examinations under the supervision of
the office of the mate superintendent will
be held in various parts of the state August
and 5 for persons who desire to secure a
state certificate. To secure this applicant
must have taught three yeara and have ln
force at the time of the examination a first
grade county certificate. The, examinations
will be held at these places: Lincoln, Fre
mont, Beatrice, Grand Island, York, Wayne,
Alliance. Holdrege. McCook, North Platte
and Valenilne. Applicants will be examined
In these studies: English literature, physical
geography, genera history, rhetoric,
geology, roology, psychology, chemistry
Guard Officers Who Pass,
Acting upon the report of the board that
examined officers of the National Guard,
Adjutant, General Culver has issued com
missions to the following officers In gen
eral order No. 13:
Flrat Regiment Fred Oegner. major;
Otla E. Dhvib. captain, regimental commis
Bs sary; Fletcher M. Siaaon. captain, chaplain;
Chat-lea K. Fraacr, captain; Emory B. De
Wolf, captain; Elbert G. Butterfleld. flrat
business of the Highlanders waa conducted
and not because he had any grievance at
Bharp. He did not know Sharp personally.
he said, until after the suit was started.
The court Is also being censured for Im
posing such a small penalty.
Held for Sellinsl LI an or.
TECVM8EH. Neb.. July 50. (Special Tel
egram.) Jake Rife, a young man employed
In B. 8ombergs drug store at Graf, this
county, wa given a hearing In the county
court here this afternoon on a charge of
selling Intoxicating liquors, Contrarr to
law. There were two count against him.
Judge James Livingston bound him over to
trial In the district court, fixing hi bond
at IW0. Mr. Romberg went his bond.
HORTICrXTT.RI9TS MEET AT YORK
Local Men Bave a Good Display of
YORK, Neb., July .-(Spec.!.) The
summer meeting of the Nebraska Btate
Horticultural society Is being held In this
city this week and Is most Interesting and
largely attended. There is considerable lo
cal Interest being manifested and the at
tendance from abroad Is good. The Com
merclal club arranged for the reception of
the guests and delegates and the commer
cial rooms are the headquarter of the con
vention. The public meeting and addresaes
are held at the court room, which Is beau
tifully decorated for the occasion. Large
tables were covered with flowers, and plat?
and baskets of fruit. The fruit at this time
is principally small fruit. There were home
grown raspberries, blackberries, plums.
grapes, dewberries, currants, cherries, and
other fruit that were of such fine quality
and flavor that It waa hard for the visit
or to keep han.ls off. In place of the
address of Mr. Charles A. Scott of Halsey
Neb., an Interesting paper was read on
"Apples and Plums," which was written by
E. F. Stephens of Crete, Neb. "The Need
of Horticultural Education In the Schools
of Agriculture," by Val Kcyser of the state
university at Lincoln, was an able argu
ment In favor of horticultural education.
In the afternoon C. H. Green of Fre
mont addressed the meeting, telling about
the "Flower Garden." C. S. Harrison of
York, the Twentieth Century Farmer
writer, spoke of the "Present Outlook for
Horticulture" and President G. 8. Christy
of Johnson, Neb., told about the "Growth
and Propogatlon of Small Fruits.
The evening meeting held ln the court
room was largely attended and opened by
a duet. Prof. J. Asher Parks and Mrs. Ed
win Sandall "My Hearts Greet the Morn."
"Horticultural Education," by Hon. E. Von
Forell of Aurora, wa a subject that every
Instructor In' Nebraska should have heard.
It dealt with what teachers should try to
Instill Into the student and deplored the
fact that a smattering of horticultural
study came the last thing. Just before grad
uation.. This was followed by a song, "Leg
ends," "by the Cecil Han quartette of York.
which waa encored and the young ladles
'Ornamental Decoration of Home
Grounds," by J. H. Hadkinson of Omaha,
who platted and surveyed the beautiful
York park of this city and wa superln
tendent of the World' Fair landscaping,
was most Interesting and Instructive.
Of course you haven't
Your money isn't tainted
But you have- been a
Dark brown taste
is the remedy par excellence for
that rockyfellow feeling. Clears
the head, settles the stomach
and puts you right
- Tor uU rrwyvtira Price la
Use the Best
For any use where gool coal Is
PIONEERS TO HOLD CELEBRATION
Senil-Centennlal of Settlement of Da
DAKOTA CITY, Neb., July . (Special.)
The semi-centennial of the settlement of
Dakota county, Nebraska, will be cele
brated at Clinton park at Dakota City
Neb., August 31, when the Pioneers' and
Old Settlers' association will hold Its
twenty-fourth annual reunion. The Wlgle
party arrived In Dakota county to take up
its permanent residence on Auguat 20, 1855.
The officers of the Old Settlers' associa
tion are: A. T. Hasse, president; Gibson
Bates, vice president: John T. Spencer,
secretary; W. H. Ryan, assistant secretary;
George T. Woods, treasurer; M. M. Warner,
The executive committee: John Boler of
St. John' precinct, John Blessing of Cov
ington precinct, Mike Beacon of Summit
precinct, Thomas C. Clapp of Omadi pre
cinct, D. c. Heffernan of Hubbard precinct.
Fred Blume of Emerson precinct, Jesse
William of Pigeon district, Gustav Berger
or Dakota precinct.
H. C. Hansen, sheriff ef Dakota county,
will be marshal of the day, and his assist
ant! will be William Luther of South Sioux
City, J. M. Brannan of Jackson. 8. A.
Brown of Homer, J. M. Leedon of Hub
bard. A. I. Davis of Emerson, William
Blerman of Dakota City, Michael Hynea
of Summit precinct and Frank Way of
GOLD HXGGKT FOIXD I!f A DICK
riatte Coonty Man Makes a Find
While Drrtnlag n Fowl.
COLVMBL'S. Neb., July Z0.-3peclal.)
For the second lima in Ave years gold has
been found In this county, each Instance
in a strange but similar manner. Adam
Gesaler. living about fifteen mile west on
the south side of the Loup river, killed
a couple of his tame duck a few day
ago. In the craw of one of them he
found a nugget of metal which he believed
to be gold. He brought It to a Jeweler In
this city where It waa tested and said to
be pure. It weighed a trills over two and
one-half pennyweights and Is worth about
11.70. Gesaler means to have It made Into
a pin for hi daughter. HI duck run ln
a small stream which empties Into the
Loup and it was there that the fowl picked
it up. A similar Instance happened a few
years ago one mile this side of Gesaler's.
The matter will be Investigated and the
bottom of tha small stream thoroughly
dredged and prospected.
NUT $6.00 LUMP $6.25
All Urades of Hard gad Soft Coal.
KEYSTONE COAL AND
. A. Johnson. 'Pres. O. T. Brucaer. Tress,
J. r. Mjera, mc.
1119 Far nam Jt
FIXED FOR STRIKING HIS BABY
Mladen Pr lacker Convicted of Strik
ing Seven Months' Old Child.
, MINDEN, Neb.. July 20.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Considerable Indignation exist In
this community against Rev. Martin
Fleckensteln, pastor of the German Lu
theran church, on account of his treatment
of hi J-month-old babe, which he acknowl
edged he had slapped or cuffed as he would
a child five or six year old. The neigh
bor and other passing his home have
heard the blow struck and heard the child
cry, and today brought matters to a focus
by having him arrested for assault and bat
tery. He pleaded guilty and wa fined 1 10
and costs.' His only excuse Is that the
little one cried too much, A church trial 1
to be held and the father will be asked to
resign. Among the most Indignant people
TMM 1407 1 are leading mem be is of bla own chttrch.
Kewa of Nebraska.
TABLE ROCK About an Inch of rain
fell hr v.dtprHnv. which vm vrv wel
come, aa ft waa getting very dry.
WOOD RIVER New wheat la beginning
to come and many of the farmers are
threshing from the shock and selling their
grain at once.
BEATRICE Of to Flint and Ml as Clnra
Lines were united ln marriage yesterday
by County Judge Bourne. They will make
tiieir noma at narmne, iseD.
FAIRMONT On Tuesday I. O. Heckman.
while at work on a building, had the mis
fortune to fracture two of hla rlba. The
doctor reduced the fracture and he Is doing
OENEVA-Yesterday at 4 a. m. Mrs
Wlxon, southwest of town, died suddenly
from heart trouble. She seemed well as
usual the e.'tn!"? "-efore and ate a hearty
HCMBOLDT Fred Hart.ing. one of the
pioneer residents of this rectlon. died yea
terday from the effects of a cancer of the
face, which had been troubling him greatly
OSCEOLA Osceola merchant have gone
Into an arrangement to have their goods
delivered In the village and they have
employed Will Cole to do the delivering for
an or them.
WYMORE Miss Susie Cabeen died at
the home of her alater, Mra. A. D. Mc
Candleaa, Tuesday afternoon, after an Ill
ness of aeveral montha with tuberculosis.
She wag about 24 years old.
TABLE RO"K Frank Cochran, who
Uvea a ahort diRtance from here, threshed
aixteen acres of winter wheat, which pro
duced 52S buahela. a little over thirty-two
and a half buahels to the acre.
OSCEOLA The atandpipe for the water
works has been nullt to lta contract height
the laat few feet going on yeaterday. It is
110 feet high and will be ready and In order
for business ln a very ahort time.
HUMBOLDT Miss Violet Sweenev of this
cfty was united In marriage yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock to Mr. John L. Tldball
of Crete, the ceremony taking place at the
home or the bride Drotner, Ted Sweeney
ln St. Joseph.
BEATRICE Gale German, the 10-year-old
son of Harley German of this city, wa
cut and bruiaed about the bod r yesterday
by being thrown Irom a deui ery wagon.
He Is ln the employ of the Queen City
BEATRICE While operating separator
on the farm or Charles Btevem . in Ltln
coin township, Cheater Ralna sllprKl' and
fell against one of the knlvea whlci, cuta
the bands, with the result that he wa
badly cut on the leg.
BEATRICE A barn on the farm of Lam
bert Van Hamert, live mllea southwest of
Beatrlre, was struck by lightning yester
day afternoon and consumed, together with
a small amount of grain and hay. Loss,
XGOO, partially Insured.
WOOD RIVER The vicinity south and
west of Wood River had a nice rain last
evening which proved most helpful for the
rarmers Who were woralng in tneir corn
fields. The ground la ao hard that k al
most breaka the cultivators.
WYMORE A heavy ralnatorm vlalted
this city yesterday afternoon and waa of
great benefit to the corn and fruit. Tho
clouda were very threatening. Several
wtsters were seen to form directly over
he town, but none came down.
FAIRMONT Yesterday morning Mra. H
L. Maloney of thla city took aome medicine
that contained poiaon. une round out ner
mistake soon and a physician was called
and promptly administered antidote and
soon hart the patient out oi danger.
WYMORE The reoairs on the opera
house are nearly completed. The back and
front walls have been rebuilt and ine stage
made fourteen feet longer. A gallery win
be put ln and the Interior redecorated. The
management promise some good show
WOOD RIVER An electric lighting an
power Dlant is being Installed by Drs. Red
field and Earel which will light their office
and furnish power to run their macninery
and It will also be used to run the presses
ln the Sunbeam printing office. The plant
is a mooei one. .
GENEVA During the last nine day the
neat naa been above w. ana yesteraay ait
ernoon, after It Hfcd been 6, a shower
came up that cooled the atmosphere for
the evening. This morning, nowever.
threatens to become a hot as ever.
good rain is needed.
BEATRICE Mr. Rosabelle Newton, wlfa
of O. C. Newton, died yesterday momln
at her home east of Beatrice after weeks
of suffering from lockjaw, caused by
rusty nail penetrating ner root. ne was
36 years of age and leaves a husband and
three sons to mourn her loss.
. SEWARD Grandma Weller. an aged and
much respected resident of Staplohurst,
this county, died at the home or her son, H.
Weller, on Sunduy night. The funeral
services occurred Tuesday At Marysvllle.
She was also the mother of Prof. John
Weller, president of the Lutheran seminary
FAIRMONT While at work on a build
ing In the south part of town yesterday F,
C. Bennett went under the building, which
was standing on Jack screws. Through
some means the jacks slipped and caught
him. pinning him fast until released by
raising the building. He sustained Injuries
which may prove fatal.
TABLE ROCK Cunld has been busy thl
week ln this vicinity. Tuesday William
Nemechek oL-the firm of Nemechek Uros.
of this place waa married to Marv Rhock
of Wymore. Last night at the residence of
tne brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. tJ.
Beck, occurred the marriage of Miss Laura
Beck to Mr. Agustus Allen.
08CEOLA Moat of the farmers near
Oaceola and in the county have finished
gathering their wheat, except the wheat
that was beaten by hall, and quite a num
ber of them have threshed, and they say
that the average was from twenty-live to
thirty-two bUNhels to the acre and the
flnest'wheat they have ever raised in the
BEATRICE Sheriff Trude returned home
last evening from, the vicinity of Ellis,
where he had gone ln search of the men
who stole A. Viney's team of horses the
night before. He did not succeed In locat
ing the guilty parties. Larimore and Gray,
who are ln jail . here, suspected of knowing
something about the deal, will be held to
await further development In the case.
SEWARD Peter Weigardt of Staple
hurst 8tepped on the floor of the new Wel
ler store building anil was precipitated
Into a hole, which cauVd severe Injuries.
BeRldes a broken rib he was badly bruised.
SEWARD A band of gipsies has been
doing petty thieving among the farmers
this week. In one Instance a gipsy girl
rolled a man ln broad daylight ln an alley
off the business square.
GRAND ISLAND On the fim of a Mr
Johnson, recently of Iowa, sparks com
municated fire from a thrashing machine
engine to the wheat stacks and two stacks
of wheat belonging to Mr. Johnson and
I lie l aw thresher belonKlns to Robert
Dill of this city were destroyed. Mr. Dill
naa insurance or fcoo to cover a il.ouu loss
and Mr. Johnson had Sl&O Insurance on
me two stack or wheat, v
COLL' M BUS About noon today workmen
engaged ln repairing the Loup river bridge
were surprisvu to notice a buggy cushion
and a atraw hat passing dunn the main
channel. The stream here runs very swift
and the articles could not be recovered.
As there is no bridge closer than fifteen
miles west of here. It is thought that some
team haa met with an accident either last
night or early this morning.
TECUMSEH-The Citisen National bank
or lecumseh has tiled a case In the John
son county dUlrlct court wherein the In
stltution appeals from the decision of the
County Mould or equalisation in the mat
ter of taxes. The bank contends that it
waa assessed In an Irregular manner and
the couuty assessor Is Just as sure that the
matter of the bank'a assessment wa In
strict compliance with the law.
BEATRICE A woman giving the name
of Lillian lions waa fined llu and costs
description. Although It la hot again thla
morning, there la a very noticeable dlfrer-
nce In the temperature. Farmers report
hat south and east of town the rain was
ulte heavy, from a hair to over an Inch
ailing. Indication are for more rain to
Hl'MBm.PT- The Infant daurhter of
James Reed and wife who. with her
mother, la visiting at the home of her uncle,
Aua Beard of this city, yeaterday evening
fell from a aecond-atory window, a dls-
anre of twelve feet, and struck on Its
head on a stone. Examination fcvealed the
fact that aside from a deen dent In the
skull no Injury resulted and within a few
hours all trace of thla had passed away,
leaving the youngster apparently none the
worse ior me acciacni.
FREMONT Janice Paasch la eunnna1
tr have been drowned In the Elkhorn, near
t'poweu. wnue in naming yeaterdar after
noon. Hla clothing waa found on the bank
and no trace or mm naa since been Been
ANOTHER BIG PUSE ON TENTH
Wright and Wilhelmy Will Erect Ware
house and Office Building.
WILL DOUBLE THE PRESENT CAPACITY
traetare Will Be nn Addition to Old
Qoartera, Forming Splendid Bond
ing for the Wholesale
Wright Wllhelmy are preparing to
and the river haa been searched for hla erect a warehouse and office building at
body without aucceaa. His clothing was Tenth and Jackson streets which will In
found about J o clock and Identified as be- r ... . ,h hw
longing to him and aearch for him at once cre8 l" buMness capacity of the house by
began. Paasch had been living on a farm more than lno per cent. Plana are practl
ncar Crowell He was 42 yeara of age, haa rally finished and bids will be asked for In a
two brothers living ln Fremont and a j ...
number of relatives at Crowell. ewoas.
GRAND ISLAND During the recent rush lne """ding Is to be in tne ennpe or an
of work on the farms, delayed aeveral I addition to the old one at the northeaat cor-
weeks ago by the conatant ralna. and har- I nr nf Tenth on T.,u.nn airii irH tha
vesting bunching up, with the needs of ,,,,, . , . ...,. . ,Ko
the corn fields for cultivation and with ttddltlon to 08 considerably larger than
haying, aome of the farmera have been I tne oii structure.. The new section win
taking advantage Of the Cooler moonllsllt I atirrnund tha nrMn hnlMtnv nn th. north
nights to work ln the field. A Soulh ln, n, ,h. . kmD n, ,rn thl
Piatt townahlp correspondent of the In- .......
dependent relates In today's Issue that made will be 12 feet square. An additional
John Colson and hired hand worked all frontage of 32 feet on Jackson street and 86
night through recently, on a Saturday fpet Tenth strot will be afforded bv
night, resting up and giving the horses a Jf?1 . cn lentn Mret wl" f ""r, ,D
rest on Sunday. Work on the farms In h' P'n- At present the building Is 100
this vicinity, however,1 haa been rushing feet on Howard street by 6 feet on Tenth
ar? trTh;,Tthatm;nthehwhoirt,hr: "TV " "W T" ht "d
present crop prospect la the best In ten ooi"on win De maoe to coniorm.
years. Corn I still about aeven days late. I Red pressed brick, ftnlahed ln gray stone,
but has mad wonderful progrea ln the a to be the material uaed, to correapond
TECUMSEH Mr. M. E. Jordan ha re- !h ,that ' ,he Tmn "ulldln-. It '
turned to her horn In thla city, after being be of- up-to-date warehouse conatructlon
called to Ellla. Kan., to Identify the re- and there will be a sprinkling system on
mains of her eon, J R. Jordan. Mrs. Jor- each floor. Jonn Latenaer Is the architect,
dan had not heard from her eon for aome . ... . . ....
time and hla whereabouta were unknown to The hualneaa of the firm has been rapidly
her. Three week ago a wreck on the rail- growing In the laat few years and at prea-
road in the neighborhood of Ellla resulted ent the Bpace crowded. The firm ha
In the killing of two or three persons. On . . . . .
the person of one young man was a memo- compelled to use two or three ware-
randa book containing the address, "J. R. houses at some distance away. One of these
Jordan. Teeumseh, Neb." For aome reason , the Ame estate building on Jones street.
this Information was not Immediately com- . , . . . ... ,,,.,,,
munlcated to Mrs. Jordan, and she Was not A Plac" wl" m,u,e ,n thft new "'tur
sent for until after the body of the young ror more commodious offices, mat part or
man had been Interred at Ellis for several the lot fronting Tenth street Is now oc
days. On her arrival there the remains ,,. nv .., ,v,.t.. of small
were exhumed, but had reached a atate - .
rrhrefn It was almoat lmposalhle to Identify value. That fronting Jackaon street Is
herein. However, a scar that was known to vacant. Directly east of It Is the Richard
exist on the wrist of Mrs. Jordan's eon i-,
was found on the corpse. Mra. Jordan Is I . . .. , . .,
satisfied that it wa her son that wa 1th this and the other large building
killed. which are now under course of construc-
r-ir fr-T lino nnnmiiinr tlon. Tenth street will" present a more cos-ANTI-END-SlAT
HOG ORDINANCE mopolltan appearance. The Pierce ware-
Zlnamnn Introduces Hla Bill to Com
pel People to Be Polite
house, which will be occupied by the Amer
ican Radiator company, has been finished;
the Crane building at Tenth and Harney Is
up one story and on the Allen Bros.' ware
house, Just off Tenth on Farnam, work Is
hnlno ilnna nn tViA nra stnrv fnrthr
Following is the ordinance- proposing to ., f h. ..-....-J hIMin, of Par.
annihilate end-seat hogs as Introduced by Kn orendorff A Martin and the eight-story
President Zlmman at a special meeting of wh -mrm bn.. of Paxton A
the council yesterday afternoon:
An ordinance regulating the conduct of
hfl luftnimri nnAn fetraat oar in tha nit. rf
ST,"' pro.vidl.n.l L?e"lu"", r th8 BADLY HURT FROM A FALL
Tiuiaut.fii wi me iivinii;iis vtini
Be It ordained by the citv council of the
city of Omaha:
Section 1 It shall be unlawful for any
person occupying an end seat In any open
or summer street car having seats arranged
across the car. ln the cltv of Omaha, to
fall or refuse to move along to a vacant
space on said seat when the failure or
Newly Married Man Is Severely In
Jnred In Accident While
J. S. Copenhazen of Twenty-sixth and.N
Is the Direct Cause ef Typhoid, Malaria,
Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, the Fatal
Hot Weather Complaints. Duffy's Pur
Malt Whiskey Is Prescribed by Doctor
very where as a Sure Preventative.
If you are going to the oahrro or cmntry
ide for your summer vacation don't fall to
take a bottle of Duffy's with you. The greater
hire of the summer hotels snd country farm
houses deixmd almost entirely upon Impure
wells and worm-oaten cittern for their water
supply. True, in mot case the drinking
water is filtered, but think of the million ot
tiny, minute germ which escape even the
finest screened filter and cause typhoid, cholera
morbus and bowel trouble. Examine a teem
ingly pure glaaa of drinking water under a
powerful 'microscope and you will be horrified to
find the water swarming with djsease germs.
Doctors of all schools say to put a tesspoosful o
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
In every glass of wster you drink. It destroys the germs, cool a the blood and strength,
ena the ayatem. It la the poattlve cure for crampa, dyeentery. sunstroke, cholera mor-
oua. congeatlve china and weak stomacna. liuny s contains no nisei on, ana is tne oniy
whiskey recognised by the Government aa medicine. Doctors for 80 years have used It.
CAITION When yon ask for Inffy'a be sore yon get the ateanlne. Invoke
for the trademark, the "Old Chemist, " on the label, and he eertnln the seal
over the pork la nnbroken. All drnaglata nnd grocers, or direct, St.OO m x
bottle. Medical booklet free. Duffy's Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, II. T.
I f m f
GLASS ! 1 . .vKINO WATER
MAUN I FED 1,000 TIMES.
Hhss en Travwef
Sis 1 V,- ,
1 W O.fV. TtTt.
y5I5I2 Farno-m St.. Omaha, Neb. I
HE LAKES OF MINNESOTA
$12.50 rOR Tttf ROUMD TRP
City Ticket Office
ffnf-8i ?!i iL'li-1? .?.b"tri,cU,uf "V" streets, South Omaha, was severely Injured
passage or a seat In aaid car. Thursday afternoon by falling from a scaf-
Section 2 It shall be the duty of the fold on the first floor to the basement of
ff i!w.Ry., company nd Its employe the new Crane building at Tenth and Har-
to keep posted In a conspicuous place ln ........
each of Its said open cars a notice of this streets. The man sustained a fractured
ordinance. wrist, deep scalp wound, gash on the lower
Section J Any person Who Shall violate nart nf the nnrk and a number nf hrulaoa.
any or the provisions hereof ahall be guilty ;T ..... ... ...
of a mlademeanor and on conviction thereof He wa attended at the police station by
snaii oe nnea in any sum not exceeding 10. Burgeon mngrord and later taken to Bt,
.'.'"U -T,hl "finance shall take ef- Joseph hospital for further treatment,
feet and be In force from and after lta . .
passage and approval. Copenharen wa wheeling a wheelbarrow
Councilman Back uttered a short, loud of bricks along the scaffold when hi at
proteat agalnat "Trying to regulate the tentlon was directed to something else. It Is
people of Omaha." But Councilman Evans ald- I" some manner he then came In con
remarked that this 1 Just what some of tact wlth another barrow and fell headlong
the people of Omaha jioed, and Back sub- to the basement, striking on a lot of old
Bided and voted for the legislation. It wa bricks and rubbish.
referred to a committee for thoughtful Copenhaxen Is a young man and was mar-
consideration. rled only a few days ago.
The contract for thirty-six United state
Standard voting machines at tffiO each, to Amala-amaetd Copper Dividend
oe delivered September 1, was approved. NEW YORK. July 20. The director of
Payment are to be made In five annual I the Amalgamated Ccjiper company today
Installments, March 1 of each year, begin- I declared a quarterly dividend of 14 per
nlng with 1908, of H6fcO each, or a total cent. This is an Increase of 14 of 1 per
of 123,100, Interest being charged at 4 per I cent over the la8t quarterly dividend
cent on the non-negotiable certiflcataa of
indebtedness to be given. . I
. The voting district ordinance waa
amended so as to reduce the precinct from
seventy-six to fifty-four and passed.
An ordinance requiting contractor for
artificial atone, asphalt or other composite
sidewalk to take out annual licenses cost
ing $10 and file bonds of S2.00O to guarantee
compliance with city specifications, main
tenance of walk In good condition for five
year and against the liability of the city
for damage, wa given final passage.
Eleven laborers were placed on the muni
cipal asphalt plant roll.
for tha tenth annual picnic of the Omaha
District tog Rolling association. Modern
Woodmen of America and Royal Neighbor
of America. Ticket 75 cent round trip.
J. B. Reynolds. City Ticket Agent, 1502
Farnam Street, Omaha.
In police court yesterday on the charge
of being drunk aud disorderly. 8heeould
not puy her fine and waa renuLiidrd to
jail, tiadie Woods, a companion, who was
also arrested on tne same charge, pleaded
not guilty and proioea to fight the case.
The two women were arrested at the Pad
dock hotel aud they clo-lm they live at
BEATRICE In the presence of a number
ot friends aud relatives, Mr. A. U. tipence
of Fairbury and Miss Rose McGill of this
city were united in marriage at bt. Joseph s
t'athollc church yesterday morning at 10:.10
o'clock. Rev. M. M. Merkl officiating. The
young couple left for a nip to the Par I ho
sl Immediately after the ceremony.
I pun their return they will make their
noma at falrbury. where the groom la In
the employ ot the Rock Island road aa a
EXETER After seven day of torrid
he .t the conditions were somewhat re
lieved last evening by a very refreshlug
snower. preceded by a brUk southeeit
'tn. wnicn aepi ins streets or the town
fuled uU cloud of dust and dirt of 'vary
When your eye are dim, tongue coated.
appetite poor, bowel constipated. Electric
Many a bright and promising career has
lighted by injurious hab
before the age of knowledge and under-
standing and many have been out short
Bitter beat all cure. SOc. For sal by pSuonous special disease which, through
juwrviiucia irus I neglect or improper treatment naa com
pletely undermined and shattered the
physical strength and mental faculties. No
greater' misiaae can oe msae man 10 con'
aldeY lightly the first evidence of the In
Omaha District Log; Rollers.
Special train to Plattsmouth will leave
via the Burlington at 1:30 a. m. Auguat 1 t reduction of any private disease into your
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Occasional Shower nnd Thunder
storms In Nebraska Today Fair
and Warmer Tomorrow.
system or to neglect the first symptoms of
weakened mind and approach of nervous
debility, caused by Improper or unnatural
habits, eaoesses, dissipation, eto.
Such Indifference ana neglect or tne nrst
symptom 1 responsible for thousands of
nutnan wrsoss, isuurss in me ana ousi
ness. domestic discord, and unhappy mar
rled life, divorce, inssnlty. suicide, eto.
Men I Why take such desperate chances T
The manifestations of the first symptom
of any disease ef weakness should be a
warning for you to take prompt steps to
your nuure lire ana nsppiness,
You should carefully avoid all uncertain,
WASHINGTON, July . Forecast ef
the weathet for Friday and Saturday:
For Nebraska Occasions.! ihwers and
thunderstorms Friday; Saturday, fair and
For Iowa and Kansas Fair Friday and
For Wyoming, Colorado and Utah
Shower and thunderstorm Friday and
' For South Dakota Fair and warmer Fri
day; Saturday, fair.
For Missouri Fair In west, shower ln
east portion Friday, Saturday, fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER TBTTREATI.
OMAHA, July 20. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared Willi
years: 1806. 19o4. l!K)i. l'2
Maximum temperature.... M hi i2 76
Minimum temperature.... 6 65 60 80
Mean temperature 76 73 79 x
Precipitation Cat .62 .00 .01
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparison with the last two vuri:
Normal temperature TS
tuxcess for the day i
Total excess since March 1 220
.oi rnal pirclpllallun 15 Inch
Deficiency for the day 15 lr.ch
Precipitation since March 1 10 So inches
Iieficlency since March 1 6. S Inches I
IH-nciency tor cor. period In lw4.. 2 W Inches
Deficiency for cor. period In l!u3.. 1.72 Riches
Reports from Stations at T P. M,
Station ant" Stat Tern. Max. Rain-
of Weather. To m. Turn. fall.
rusmarcK, part cloudy
t heyenne, cloudy.
Health oomplstory restored. No return
ceases. Neither 00 ids, dust. Oder,
Attacks stopped permanently,
of svmDtoms after treatment
dampness, nerve strain, weather changes nor anything sis can bring
back the disease. Tou will bare a good appetite, sleep well all night,
can undergo exposure or do anything anywhere without fear ef the
old energy. Throw away powde-, nprays, "scolflos, eto., and be
cured In the right way to stay cured. 21 year of raoees treating
Asthma and Hay Fever exclusively. Seven physicians. Thirty ae
slstanta, 68,000 patients. References In all oeuntrlea. Full dsnorlp-
tlon of treatment, with report of Illustrative eaaas,
report blanks, examination by man, .and our opinion
a to your curability all gladly given without charge.
Write at ono. r HAROLD HAYES, BnfCala, X. T.
xnertmentaL dangerous or half-way treat
mtnL for upon the first treatment depend
whether you will b promptly restored to
health again, with all taint of the poisonous
disease removed from your system, or
whether your disease will be allowed to be
coin ohronle and subject you to future re
currences of the disease, with the various
resulting complication, etc
If w could but sse and treat all men
when the first symptoms show themselves
there would soon be little need for so-oalled
specialists ln chronic diseases, and there
would be few men seeking a rejuvenating
of thslr physical, mental and sexual powers,
and there would be none marked with the
Indelible stamp of constitutional Syphilis;
and ths sufferers from
Varicocele, Gleet, Stric
ture, Kidney and Gladder
diseases would be reduced to a minimum.
But a long aa MEN continue to disregard
the golden adage, "A stitch In time save
nine, and continue to neglect themselves
-or to exercise Indifference In securing the
right treatment at the outset, Just so long
will there be multitudes of chronic- sufferer
Chicago, part cloudy...
Iwveiiport, part cloudy.
Ienver. part cloudy
Havre, part cloudy...
Helena, clear M
Huron, cloudy 72
Kansas City, clear..'. 82
North Platte, part cloudy.. t
Omaha, clear. J: t0
Rapid City, cloudy (0
Bt. Louis, cloudy 70
St. Paul, clear 7
te&it Lake City, clear M
Valentine, part cloudy 71
W llliiilon, clear M
1 T la
74 . .04
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