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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, AHUL 2, 1006.
NEWS OF -INTEREST FROM IOWA ma stock law
Offioa, ! Pearl St. Tel. 48.
NEW COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT
Beorewiz&tion Will Follow Allowance of
Bills for the Month.
WILL BE INFORMAL
Annnal Reports of CHy OIHelnl Arc
t T Rnlf-R. W. Juan Will
Bo Elected Clilef of tn
After th old city council allow the
usual rrtst of billi for the preceding
month tonight and'dlsposes of ome minor
matter it will tep down and the new
council will commence to do' business.
Councilman Crlppen, Ollbert, McMlllen,
Tlnlejr and Weaver will retire from official
Ufa and their place In the council will be
assumed by Councilmen W. M. HendrU
from the Sixth ward. H. F. Knudsen from
the Fourth ward, Peter Smith from the
Fifth wand. Robert Wallace from the
Third ward and John C Fleming- councll-man-at-large.
John Olson a councilman-at-large
will succeed himself and Council
men Maloney and Younkerman will retain
their aeat a representatives, respectively,
from the Second and First wards. Coun
cilmen Maloney and Tounkerman will have
the distinction of being the only demo
cratlo member of the council.
On the reorganisation of the council
Mayor Macrae will deliver hi annual ad
dress. As the several city officer have
failed to (lie their annual report as yet
Mayor Macrae' address will be somewhat
shorter than usual and, will dfal practlc
ally only with generalities. Following the
mayor' address he will name the several
standing committees for the year. Some
peculation a to the makeup of the prln
ctpal committee Is Indulged in, but It Is
genorally understood that Councilman Ma
loney will be left at the head of the sewer
committee in order that he may remain
In charge of the work on Indian creek, he
having been mainly Instrumental In se
curing the necessary funds for this lm
provement from the. various railroads en
tering Council Bluffs. Mayor Macrae will
also name hi chief of police and the
member of that department. No opposl
tion to hi appointment' 1 looked for.
Jones Will Head Fire department.
'The republican majority t the council
will elect R. W. Jones chief of the Are
department, although since the caucus at
which his appointment was decided upon
there has been more or less pressure
brought on the six republican councilmen
to make a change. The selection of Jonea
caused a certain amount of dissatisfaction
among the members of the fire department,
who believe that civil service rule should
prevail as far a possible. Jones has been
, a member of the fire department for
about seven years, while Captain Frank
Hitchcock has been In the department for
nineteen years, and the men, while hav
inc nothing personal against Jones, who
I conceded to be a first-class fireman
feel that Hitchcock should stand first In
' line for promotion. Captain Tclfer of No,
I. bose, company ha been In , the. depart
nent for twelve year and his friends ar
gued that he was entitled to the position
before Jones. The six republican council
men,' however; It Was stated yesterday, had
decided to stand by Jonea. The other ap
pointment including that of W, F. Sapp
for city clerk, a decided upon at the
caucus will be made.
Broadway raring; Frohleoa.
One problem which the new council will
be asked tonight to solve will be that of
the Broadway paving. E. A. Wlckham,
who ha the contract for the paving,, will
tell the new council tonight that he Is
ready to go to work at once and will ask
for Instructions. The thoroughfare has
been ordered paved, but as the abutting
property Is not of sufficient value to bear
the full assessment for the Improvement,
the greater part of the cost will fall on
the city. How and where to provide the
money to pay for this work is the problem
which the new council will be called upon
The double meeting tonight Is expected
to attract a big crowd and It Is understood
that Dr. Macrae's friends have planned to
tender him an ovation tonight when he
111 be Inaugurated as chief executive of
the city for another two year.
SHORTAGE OP LOCAL COAL St'PPLY
Woodward Candy Factory Forced to
Snspend Operations for One Day.
' A shortage of coal caused the Woodward
candy factory to shut down Saturday, but
will resume operations as usual this morn
tng. . The , coal supply ran short Friday
evening, and, as the concern waa unable
to pick up any coal In the city. It was
decided to shut down for the day. A car
load of coal was received Saturday after
noon, and Mr. Woodward stated yesterday
that he had several cars on the road and
that he did not expect sny further trouble
In that respect.
W. H. Treynor, one of the proprietors
of the Evans Strain laundry, said yester
day that his company was getting all the
coal It needed right along and Tie did not
believe there was any ground for the fear
expressed by some of the other steam
For Sale Ten acre, near car line. Will
sell half or all; five acres in fruit; good
roads; good, land; no 'buildings; $300 per
acre; make a nice home. I write fire
insurance. Wallace Benjamin, Room 1.
First Nat l Bank Bldg. 203 offlc 'phone;
Black 1444 Res. 'phone.
gashes had been cut In his left leg. one
below and the other above the knee. Rowe
has been In the city but a short time, hi
home being In Centralla, IIL Inquiry at
he hospital last night showed that he was
41.1. 84L005 ARB CLOSED TIGHT
Meyer's Order la Obeyed and Maay
Thirsts Go t nsatlafled.
The lid wss on tight In Council Bluffs
yesterday and at pollre headquarter lost
night It was stated there were no known
violations of Mayor Macrae's Sunday clos
ing order. The police made frequent rounds
of the various saloons during the day and
evening and It was ssld that In every In
stance the saloon waa found tightly closed
and the blinds so raised that the Interior
could be plainly seen from the outside.
Since the closing of the saloons In Omaha
on Sunday many have come across the
river to quench their thirst in this city.
and a large number not being aware of
Mayor Macrae's order made the trip yes
terday. They sought a usual the side or
back doors, but to their evident surprise
found them closed. They could not under
stand It until tbey learned that Council
Bluffs had. emulated the example aet by
Omaha and then they hastened back from
whence they came with their thirst tlll
unquenched, and If anything accentuated
by their disappointment.
The proprietor of a Broadway drug store
whose plsce of business happens to be next
door to a popular saloon was compelled to
bolt his back door yesterday. Strangers,
presumably from across the river, finding
the back door of the saloon closed, imagined
they had probably made a mistake and
Invaded the drug store through the rear
entrance. Next Bunday the druggist pro
poses putting a sign on the back door,
"This Is a drug store. No drinks sold here."
The soda water fountain are reported to
have done a thriving business, but this may
to a great extent be attributed to the day,
which was almost as warm as though early
summer, and attracted many people to the
"I have seen a number of dry persons,
but I have not seen a drunk tonight," wad
the statement of Night Captain of Police
Jack O'Neil when asked last night If any
violations of the mayor's order had been
reported to him. The register at the city
Jail failed to show a single arrest for
laneoue, $462.42. The board will have a
balance of 12.464.66 to start the new year
. Thirty-five year of continuous experience
in the vehicle business lr. Council Bluffs
ought to satisfy one that "Van Brunt"
know how to get up buggte suitable for
this trade. He does. That Is why he has
such an enormous trade today. Honest
work and honest dealing go together.
We have a plant at 34 North Main street
containing the best and most modern ma
chinery and looms for weaving old carpet
into bright new rugs west of Chicago.
If you have an old worn out carpet. In
vestigate this way of getting something
out of if 'Phone 616. Council Bluffs Car
pet Cleaning and Rug Manufacturing com
pany, 84 North Main.
Jensen & Nicholson, 238 West Broadway,
contract for painting. They use pure white
lead and Unseed oil. Now Is the time to
let them do the work, before the rush com
mences. You can get your work done right
if you let hem do It.
Ordering a piano by telephone? Order it
as you would your groceries? Sounds
strange, but that Is lust what you can
do safely at the A. Hospe company's, 33
Mnin street, because one price prevails
for each style and grade of Instrument.
Swanson Music company, new location.
407 Broadway. 'We sell pianos in our regl
ular businesslike way. ' No new schemes;
no certificate. Price right; good re
liable. Term, from $6 to $10 per month.
We have splendid atorag room for piano.
Will not need to be. boxed. "Tuning and
repairing a specialty.
New dwelling near new high school, $2,200.
Number of new dwelling for sale.
Beautiful lot on Glen avenue, $1,100.
Insure your house and furniture with me.
Tel. 61. Chas. T. Officer, 41 Broadway.
The Title Guaranty and Trust company,
abstracters of titles. Books date' back to
1853. Books are all up to date. Work ac
curately and promptly done at lowest
prices. Office opposite court house, 135 Pearl
street. Council Bluff, la.
P a c i f i c
Announces its Spring Open
ing for April 14th at which
with each 50c purchase of
Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder,
Spices, etc.,- will be given
'free. in addition to tho usual
number of checks, one largo
handsome framed picture,
mission style. ( -
You want a pound of our
celebrated blended Mocha
and Java Coffees at 25c, 30c,
35c and 40c per lb., also 21
pounds of Pure Cane Sugar
$1.00, or 25 pounds in cloth
6ack for $1.19.
You know the place
Phone 702. Council Bluff.
Special Bale of Caady This Week.
One thousand pounds of candy, good,
pure, home-made candy, at lOo per pound.
Peanut brittle, per lb., 10c; butter scotch,
per lb., 10c; cocoanut taffy, per lb'., 10c.
Purity Candy Kitchen, 44 West Broadway.
O. C. Brown.
,A Is the leading letter of the alphabet.
and likewise the first letter in Adam.
This Is not strange when you understand
It, nor Is It strange that Big A flour, made
In your home' mill, leads them all. Use
Address by Rabbi (oka.
Rabbi Frederick Cohn of Omaha gave
n Interesting address on "The: Jew In
America" at the Union Christian church
yesterday afternoon. He showed 'how the
Jew upheld truth, justice, righteousness
and liberty, that a Jew was the first man
to set bis foot on American soil and that
several Jews, Including a physician and
a scientist, were with Columbus, while the
money to outfit the voyage of discovery
wa contributed by Jews. He said that in
all contests for human freedom the Jew
wa on the side of liberty; that history
gives them a noble record as scientists
philanthropists and financiers. Though per
secuted for twenty centuries they still
flourish, are keen wltted. healthy, pros
perous and loyal to their parents, wives.
families, race and adopted country. They
occupy an Important position In the United
States In the business, social, educational
and political life. The Jew in giving to
the world the Bible and Christianity has
done more for civilisation than any other
telephone: exchange is moved
Independent Company Installs Tern
porary Switchboard In New Home.
With the installation of It temporary
switchboard the Council Bluffs Independent
Telephone company completed yesterday
the removal of Its office quarterr from the
Merrlam block to Exchange building on
Main street at the head of . First ave
nue. With the exception of the switch
board, the removal was made Saturday,
but placing the switchboard In the new
building was deferred until yesterday, a
there Is no toll business on Sunday.
At present the company Is only doing a
toll business and the work of installation
for the local service Is not completed. It
Is expected that the company will be ready
by May 1 to Inaugurate Its local service,
when, It Is said. It will start with about
Davis sells dnigs.
Stockert sells carpets. "
Ed Rogers' - Tony Faust beer.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby Son.
Gordon rye, best on earth. Jarvls.
Dr. Woodbury, dentists, o Pearl street.
Woodring Undertaking Company. Tel. $39.
Iewls Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone S7.
Flour $1.10 a sack " t the Glen Avenue
Diamonds as an Investment. Talk to
Leffert about it.
Get the old folk a gallon of pure Cali
fornia at Jarvls'.
Spring term Western Iowa college opens
next Monday. Enroll then.
Carriage for sale or exchange for type
writer. Alexander's, 333 Broadway.
Clean your shoes before you go Into the
bouse on one of Stockert's door mats.
For Sale 2.8"0 1b. work team, S nd
year old. R. II. Williams, 160 Broadway.
See Hlcka for a nobby suit Fine grey
plaids. Imported suitings. Price Just right.
New lehlpment of beautiful fancy frames
Just received. C. E. Alexander, SS3 B'way.
For Imported wines, liquor and cham
pagne, L. Rosenfeld company, 319 Main St.
Wanted All K. O. T. M's. to bring their
shoes for repair to Chris Loseth at 23
Six per cent mortgages on real estate
for sale. Absolute security. Clifton
Tomatoes 10 cents a can at the Glen Ave
If you want your lire insurance to In
sure have Clifton-Walker Co. write It in
Every hot water bag. or any other rubber
article we sell you, is of the highest grade.
warranted perfect. Clark urug uo.
Don't forget that Easter is very near
and E. 8. Hicks can make you a fine suit
at the right price in up-to-date style.
Easter is nearly here. Do you need any
Easter vases or candlesticks? We have
them In many varieties. W. A. Maurer.
The Buster Brown folding gocart special
sale this week. Regular price, $6: this
week $4.75. Swalne & Mauer, 836-338 Broad
D. W. Archer, the pioneer of the can
ning buHlness In Council Bluffs, now a resi
dent of Chicago, is a guest at the Grand
The Woman's guild of St. Paul's Epis
copal church will meet this afternoon at
the residence of Mrs. Tinley 'on Willow
Two kinds of sawdust. We have a full
car of coarse for the Ice man and a nice
lot of fine for the merchant for store floor.
C. Hater. .
Squire & Annls, money to loan; rash on
hand, no delav: city and farm property for
sale on easy terms of payment. Office, 101
Look hero don't waste your time hunting
some place else. Berwick has the best wall
paper in the city. Prices right. 211 Main
street. Tel. 683.
We have the finest line of sample monu.
ments to select from In the west. Sheely
& Lune Marble and Granite Works, 217
East Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
A snap for somebody, a Hi") ice wagon
for $1,0. We have uaea It only four months,
la practically new. DrluunHteln A Smith,
coal and wood, 14th Ave. and 6th street.
We try to save our customers money,
that s why we spent $500 In a repair shop
so we could do your work better, quicker
and cheaper, Sargent s lumuy siioe Btore.
Mrs. John H. Plumer. who recently
nnderwent an operation for apendicltls and
whose condition tor a while was critical
was yesterday reported to be greatly Im
proved, and the attending physicians have
every nope oi ner recovery.
J. Daniel Schrodt died yesterday at the
home of his father, Jacob Schrodt, 713 East
taerce street, irom pneumonia atter ten
uays' illness. He was 42 years of ag
and single. Lp to a few days ago he
had been living on the home farm, about
two mues irom toe city, wun his brothers.
Tell your roof troubles to Spencer. He'
tho man that can fix your snouting and do
your sheet metal work, and do It riant.
and. what's more, he will, guarantee to do
It right. He will give you the best figures
and best attention, whether the Job la
great or small. Call him up. Telephone 690,
las west uroaaway.
Clyde Orlnger will have a hearing this
afternoon before Justice Gardiner on the
charge of perjury brought against htm
by T. W. CaiHter, against whom Oringer
secured a Judgment for wages, In the court
of Justice Miller at Neola. The charge
agalnat Orlnger Is based on his evidence
during the trial of this suit.
Bill Requiring Inspection of Animals Im
ported for Breedin: nirposes Discussed.
LEGISLATURE WILL ADJOURN THIS WEEK
Handred Important Meosnres "till on
the Senate Calendar tato
of tho ntl-Pass
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la.. April 1. (Special.)
Discussion of the bill to regulate the Im
portation of cattle and hogs In the house
Saturday disclosed the fact that Iowa Is
already being discriminated against by
other state because of the prevalence of
tuberculosis among hog and cattle and
other stock in different section of the
state. The purpose of the bill waa to pro
tect this state and to prevent the Importa
tion of cattle from Nebraska and Dakota
for breeding purpose, but It originally
carried provisions regulating the Importa
tion of cattle for any purpose and re
quiring them to be Inspected. This waa
changed because of the complaint of the
Sioux City stock yards and packer that
It would Injure the cattle business of that
Campaign on Reciprocal Demnrrage.
Farmer of northern Iowa who clBlm
that they have been greatly Injured, as
well a the elevator men who run Inde
pendent elevators, propose to go before the
people on the reciprocal demurrage meas
ure as a campaign Issue. The bill waa de
feated In the house yesterday. The bill
as It was presented to the house, however,
did not meet the views of many of those
who favored the idea and It will In all
probability come up again at the next
session of the legislature.
Not m Pardon.
The pardon committee of both senate
and house reached a final agreement last
night that there would not be recommended
a single pardon at this session of the legis
lature. Four of the applicants at this
session became discouraged and withdrew
their applications lather than hasard their
cases with defeat. There are but two
cases remaining on which the committees
have not reported. These are the two
cases where the men are under sentence
to hang April 30. it Is known for a cer
tainty, however, that they will get no re
lief from the committees.
There is til the food value of a pound of meat in a 5c cake of
Runlcel's Cr&nc dc Milk Chocolate
J While essentially a food and to be caten a such, no confection has ever
been gifted with such deliciousness and palate-pleasure." Mad of tha
choicest cocoa beans ground to the smoothness of butter and combined with
rich "cream of the milk.' You can taste the cream without losing an ioti of the
chocolate flavor. Packaged in 5c and 1 0c sizes and divided into little blocks
for kid-glove eating. Not a milk chocolatt but tht only "cream of milk" thocolate.'
Sold tpvtwhsn y mrytoa IURIU I1ITBEII, Ceosa as Cheealals Haaelactarm, It TY
Geo. A. Hoagland ha Just received a car
load of the famous Amason Rubber roofing
and will make you very attractive price
on large or small quantities. Now Is the
time to get your roofs In shape before the
heavy spring rain.
The difference In our good and the
cheaper kind 1 so great that we pride our
selves lrt saying that w sell cheaper, con
sidering the quality of our goods. W want
you to see our new line of gocart. side
boards, bookcases, buffets, dinner seta.
parlor lamps and our new line of house
furnishing. D. W. Keller, 108 South Main.
Investigate our cheap land proposition in
eastern Color do. 15 per acre for raising all
kind of crops; good soil; best of water;
delightful . climate. Excursions first and
third Tuesday of each month. Send for
printed matter. F. C. Lougee, 124 Main
street. Council Bluffs, la.
Do you want good steak, mutton chop
or pork chops, cooked Just the way you
want It, and plenty of nice vegetables and
a good cup of coffee with the beat of cream?
If you do Just get your meals at the Vienna
Parties having houses for rent or sale,
list them with Clifton-Walker Co. for quick
action. Recent sales have greatly reduced
our list and we have customer waiting for
"In the springtime" everybody clean
house, and McAtee 1 offering the house
keener of this city the most efficient and
most economical cleaner ever placed on the
market, via. "KLEANBALL." Clean
everything. Injure nothing. Try It and be
Kitchen Cabinet a.
A large shipment of kitchen cabinet just
put on sale. Our cabinet are of the better
make, comblno new features not shown in
other makes. Many style up from S3. 75.
Cash or credit Keller Farnaworth Furni
The big house or Schmoller Sc Mueller
Piano company are showing some of the
most excellent piano and are Belling them
at an unheard of monthly payment of $3
per month; S3U0 piano for HSS. Three
month' free muale lessons with each piano
old. 'Phone SSS; 602 Broadway Council
I now open 'for business under
new meximent. - Everything Is
neat, and clean, obliging waiters
and ' good cooks.
Every thing good to eat la our
bill of fare.
We want your trade for your
patronage we will give you the
beat we can find te oat at popular
BEST COFFER IN THE
CiTT WITH CREAM.
tsoa isrrMa.. .
Harry Rowe Strnrlt by Street Cnr.
Harry Rowe, employed at the Willow
Springs saloon on Weat Broadway, wa
struck; and severely injured by a motor
car on Avenue A at the Intersection ef
Sixteenth street after midnight Saturday.
Rowe, according to the statement of Will
Haler, the motorman, was walking west
along h south track and as the car ap
proachod him appeared to reel upon the
north track directly In front of the car.
Halur at once dropped the fender and this
probably saved Rowe from going undor
the wheels. The fender struck Rowe on
the left leg, burling him from the track.
liowe was taken to the Council Bluff
General hospital, where It was found that
while no bones were broken, two deep
For Sle-t Southern Alberta land for sal
from S8.50 to S7.S0 per acre. The next ex
cursion Is April S. Coma and get some be
fore It is all gone. D. T. Kerr, 644 Broad
way. 'Phone 417.
The man you get the best of will come
back at you some day. It doesn't pay to
get the best of people. We personally
guarantee any article we selL Peterson
A Schoening Co.
We have 320 acres choice Nebraska land.
Price until April 1, $20 per acre. Can ex
change for Council Bluffs residence prop
erty. Clifton-Walker Co.
Save your temper and matches. Buy
self lighting mantles and you don't waste
either. For sale only at W. A. Maurcr's.
Egg or gieen gago plums, 2 cans for 20c.
Glen Avenue Grocery.
Spring term Western Iowa college opens
next Monday. Enroll then.
20 lbs. best granulated cane sugar for tl.
Glen Avenue Grocery.
PROMIXEXT FARMKR DROPS DEAD-
John Cnlver of MrPbrrios .Dies Ked-
denly In Denver,'
DENVER. April 1. (Special Telegram.!
With his wife and daughter-in-law helpless
witnesses, John Culver, an aged, wealthy
farmer of McPherson, Ia., wai instantly
killed In an accidental fall at the Union
depot last night, which was brought on by
a sudden selsure of Illness. Apparently In
excellent health, the aged man's head
dropped forward on his breast and he fell
to the ground, striking his head against a
heavy steel rail and dying Instantly. The
left ear was torn away by the force of his
fall and concussion of the semi circular
canal Immediately set In.
Not realising the seriousness of the accl
dent, Mrs. Oliver and her daughter-in-law
rushed to the side of the prostrate man
turning him upon his back. When It Was
found that be waa dead the shock wa
almost too great for Mrs. Culver, who Is
73 year old. She wa assisted In a half
conscious condition to the Grand Central
hotel, with Mrs. E. E. Culver, her son'
wife. Mr. Culver is 76 yeara old. Coroner
Rollins took charge of the body. With his
wife and daughter-in-law Mr. Culver had
been spending the winter at Long Beach,
Cal., near Los Angeles.
New vegetables, 'nice, tender lettuce.
onions, parsley and carrots. They are all
fresh, Just brought Into market. John
Olson, 7SS-7U Weat Broadway.
If you prefer quality to quantity and
absolute satisfaction to yourself, art
Schmidt's photos. Always guaranteed to
please. 'Phone S67; 406 Broadway.
Any kind of a garden tool you need we
will supply you with at bottom nrlcea
It will pay you to come to us before you
make your purchase any place else.
Paddock 4 Handscby Hardware Company.
Oraves,' 105 Pearl street, carry the finest
Una of switches In the city. Call and see
If disfigured by pimples, ulcers, orei,
Bucklen's Arnica, Salve will heal you up
without a scar. 25 cent. Guaranteed.
For sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night 638.
Report of Park Board.
Deputy City Clerk Ed Bowman, who I
also clerk of the Board ot Park Commis
sioners, completed yesterday tb annual
report of that body. The receipts In the
park fund. Including a bajanc of S3.074.S9
on April 1. 1906. were IU.iM.S4. Of this
amount S&S7S.C3 wa expended for Fair
mouijt park. Including the new cottage for
the caretaker, which coat over 13. OA The
expenditure on the other park were a
follow: Bayllss. SM2.&8; Cochran, 6468.65;
Lakeview, Macrae. $11.75; Graham,
ti LsJuvlew park Utlatlon, f366J2; miaccl-
DIAMONDS Edholm, 16th and Harney.
Sheriff nnd Drpntr Shot.
NACOODOOHE8. Tex., April 1. While
urmpung 10 eneci an arreat at a negro
dance near the little town of Woden, this
county. Deputy Sheriff William Alders was
snot ana mortally wounded, a man named
ony, aepuuien 10 aamvt him, was in
stantly killed, and thn negro, Lave Taylor,
who ran the place and who shot Alders.
wa killed by the wounded officer. The
negro who shot Moody escaped.
l Baking $
I Powder J
t-1 r -f t in
This Week's Business.
This week, the last week of the thirty-
first general assembly, will be a crowded
week, especially for the senate, which la
behind the house In the handling of bills.
The senate Saturday adjourned till Mon
day morning at 10. o'clock and the house
till Monday afternoon at 1:30. In the sen
ate there are over 100 measures on the
calendar for consideration. In the house
there are but twenty-six. The child labor
bill Is still in the hand of the conference
committee, though It la believed the com
mittee will get together on the provisions
early next week. The bill prohibiting Sun
day theaters and Sunday base ball, the
bill giving women a right to vote for pres
idential electors, th bill providing for a
nonpartisan Judiciary by permitting can
didate for Judge to be named by more
than one party and the name to go on
the ballot under each party making the
nomination, the bill regulating buby farms
and providing for their inspection, the bill
encouraging the growth of forests and
fruit trees, the bill permitting running
electric power wire along the country
highway, a bill permitting the bank the
same right to Increase their capital stock
that they have to decrease It, the fire
cracker bill, the bill amending the law
as to the sale of abandoned river channels,
the bill Increasing the compensation of
county attorneys and the bill requiring
the holder of a mortgage to pay the taxes
on it are on either the house or senate
calendar with more or less danger of their
being killed In the closing days of the ses
sion next week.
As important. If not more so, however.
Is the anti-pass bill on which the house
nnd senate have disagreed, the senate re
fusing' to concur In the house amendments
regarding the publication clause. Senator
Hughes, the author ot the bill, has the
assurance of a large number of the mem
bers of the house that that body will re
cede from Itrt position and consent to let
the bill go through without a publication
clause. An Incongruity In the situation Is
that Temple of Osceola In the house in
sisted on the publication clause going on,
and through his efforts it was' put on;
while In the senate Jamison of Osceola In
sisted that the publication clause be left
off. Both are standpatters and from the
same town, and the friends of the meas
ure are claiming to some extent that It
is a put-up Job to bandy the bill from
one house to the other In an effort to let
It die in the closing days.
Want Roosevelt .Here.
Senator Turner will early this week pre
sent to the senate military committee res
olutlon Inviting Prealdent Roosevelt to at
tend the annual encampment of the Span.
lsh-Amerlcan war soldiers of th United
States which Is to be held in this city this
summer. The leaders are trying every way
possible to get the president here and
are In hope of adding the pressure of
legislative Invitation. Whether or not this
will be In the form of a resolution or
whether the resolution will direct the gov
ernor to extend the Invitation Is not de
cided, but the matter will be up this
Dowell n Candidate.
Senator C. C. Dowell of Polk county ha
definitely decided to be a candidate for
re-election to the senate and will not be
a candidate for congress against Congress.
man Hull. He will file his nomination
papers soon, having till April 10 to do bo,
Jepaon for Speaker.
Representative Jepson of Woodbury
county Is being talked of some for speaker
of the next house, which will convene
In nine month because of the change
made by the biennial election law. Al
though the next house Is a long way
from being elected at this time, it I
known that there will be but about twenty
five of the members return for th ext
session. Mr. Jepson's friends are urging
him to be a candidate and he Is giving
the matter some attention and thought.
Mis Lillian Barnet. who for two year
ha evaded the officer of the Polk county
law and succeeded In keeping possession
of two children which were placed in her
care and to which she became attached
Saturday walked, jmto the court room with
the children. Twd years ago an effort was
made to get a requisition from Governor
Cummin on the theory that she was In
Canada. This failed. Just before that
time Mrs. Earnest Hull, who came here
from Kansas City with her two children
fell Into the hands of Mra Jones, aerre
tary of the Humane Society of Iowa. She
wa forced to give the children better
treatment and placed them with Miss Bar
nett, with th consent of Mrs. Jones. Miss
Barnett became attached to them and
wanted to adopt them. The mother se
cured a divorce from her first husband,
whom Mrs. Jones had forced her to marry
In order to legalise the birth of th chll
dren. She married another man and then
wanted th children. Court proceeding
followed, and though Mr. Hull got a court
decree h couldn't gt Uk children. Re
cently ths father of the boys started pro
ceedings to get the boys. It Is supposed
with the intent of adopting them to Miss
Barnett. To assist these proceedings Miss
Barnett brought the two boys to court
Saturday, the offlcefs of the law for two
years knowing nothing of ner whereabouts
till she appeared In court. She secured
an Injunction to restrain the mother from
molesting the boys and the case will be
further heard next week. It is believed
that through her rare devotion to her
foster children she will yet succeed In
getting permanent possession of them.
A call was Issued Saturday for the con
gressional convention for the Tenth dis
trict for April 28 at Fort Dodge, the same
date as that on which the Fourth district
convention will be held.
Mose Cohen, chairman of the Seventh
district congressional central committee.
will call a meeting for this week at Des
Moines, at which the time for holding the
Seventh district convention will be fixed.
The place will be at Des Moines.
.Go to Council Bluffa.
Dr. A. I Frlsbic, pastor emeritus of the
Plymouth Congregational church of this
city, will go to Council Bluffs April 22 to
be one of the speakers at the Anti-Saloon
league big meeting In that city. Dr. I.
N. McCnsh, secretary of the league; J. T.
Houser. the attorney for the league, and
Rev. John Wright will also be speakers.
Opposition to Teaehont,
John B. Sullivan, a brother of Jerry B.
Sullivan, the last democratic candidate for
governor, will be a candidate for the legis
lature on the republican ticket for the
position now held by Representative
Attorney Rffan Win Salt.
IOGAN, la., April 1. (Special Telegram.)
Mrs. Daisy M. Hunt's sensational dam
age suit, In which she demanded $10,000
damages from Attorney George W. Kgan
for assault, resulted In a verdict for the
defendant on the first ballot. In his answer
Mr. Egan denied every allegation and al
leged that tbe plaintiff was not the prime
factor In the suit, and that his enemies
had conspired' to Injure his business and
reputation. The Jury took this view of the
port, the Oreeron will go to the Puget Sound
navy yard for repairs. Entering this port
the Orea-on encountered a severe northwest
ern wind. In which It lost It port quarter
Gov. Pattlaon's Condition fnchanged.
rOU'MBl'll, O.. April 1. The condition
of Governor Tattlson Is reported tonight a
bolog practically unchanged. He passed a
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Rain la Eastern Nebraska Today,
Rain or Snow In Westerm
WASHINGTON, April I. Forecast of ttiS
weather for Monday and Tuesday!
For Nebraska Rain In extern, rain or
snow In western portion Monday, colder
Tuesday, colder In eastern portion.
For Iowa and Missouri Increasing cloudi
ness and warmer Monday, rain at nlgbt
Tuesday, fair nd colder.
' For Kansas Rain and colder Mondayl
For Colorado Snow Monday, much colder '
In east portion: Tuesday, fair. Warmer.
For Wyoming Snow Monday, colder In
east ' portion; Tuesday, fair, warmer.
For South Dakota Rain or snow and
colder Monday; Tuesday, fair. '
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. April 1. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding , day of the last threa
years: 1908. 1905. 1904. Ia03.
Maximum temperature ... 6fi 79 68 78
Minimum temperature .... 34 47 84 63
Mean temperature 45 63 45 (W
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 , .00
Temperature and nrecloltatlon deoarturea
from the normal at Omaha since March L,
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature , 41
Kxoesa for the day 4
lH'flclency since March 1 216
Normal precipitation 08 inch
Deficiency for the day .08 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 1.75 Inches
Excess since March 1 17 inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1906.... .ts8 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1SKM.... ".X Inch
Report from Station nt T P. M.
Station and State . Temp. - Max. Rain-
of Weather. 7 p. m.
Bismarck, clear 64
Cheyenne, cloudy 42
New Pastor at Logan.
LOGAN, la.,' April l.-8peclal.)-Rev. L
C. Harri of Malvern preached here this
morning and evening at the Church of
Christ. He will be retained as the perma
Battleship Orearon at Kan Franrlspo.
8AN FRANCISCO. April 1. The battle
ship Oregon arrived here today from Manila
la Honolulu, Alter a snori stay at una
Chicago, clear 40
Davenpcrt, clear 48
Denver, rloudy 60
Havre, cloudy.., , 38
Helena, snowing 30
Huron, pt. cloudy ., 60
Kansas City, clean 68
North Platte, clear.......... 62
Omaha, clear '. 61
Rapid City, cluody 60
St. Ixiuls, clear....,.., 48
Ht Paul, clear 48
Salt Lake City, snowing.. St
Valentine, clear 64
Wllllaton. cloudy.... 68
"T" Indicates trace or precipitation.
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
HABIT-FORMING "MEDICINESAND DRUGS?
Whatever may be the fact as to many
frf the so-called patent medicines con
talnlncr inlurinus inirrndienta as broadlv
published in some journals of more or.
leas IDIIUCUC), (l4ta puuncitj ubi uvriaimy
been of great benotit in arouitinif needed
attention to this subject. II has. In a
considerable measure, resulted in the
mml, IntAlllirAnt nitAnlA avnidinff ftnrh
foods and medicines as mav be fairly sus-
'pectndof containing the Injurious Inure-
uienu complained oi. Kocognmna; inn
fact some time ago, Dr. Pierce, of buffalo,
N. Y"took time by the forelock," as it
were, and published broadcast all the
Ingredient of which hU popular medi
cines are composed. Thus he has com
pletely forestalled all harping critics and
all opposition that might otherwise be
urged against his modlctnes, because they
are now or i.iowk composition. Fur
thermore, from the formula printed on
every bottle wrapper, it will be seen that
these medicines contain no alcohol or
other habit-forming drugs. Neither do
they contain any narcotise or Injurious
agents, their Ingredient being purely
vegetable, extracted from' the root of
medicinal plants found growing In the
depths of our American forests and of
well recognized curative virtues.
' Instead of alcohol, which even In small
portions long continued, as In obstinate
cases of disease, becomes highly objec
tionable from Its tendency to produce a
craving for stimulant., Dr. Fierce em
ploys chemically pure, triple refined
glycerine, which of Itself Is a valuable
remedy in many cases of chronic disea.to,
being a superior demulcent, antl-septlc,
anti-ferment and supporting nutrltWe.
It enhances the curative action of the
Golden Seal root. Stone root. Itlack Cherry
bark and Blood root, contained in "Golden
Medical Discovery," In all bronchial,
throat and lung affections attended with
severe coughs. As will be seen from the
writings of the eminent Org. Grnver Coe,
of New York; Bartholow, of Jefferson
Medical College, Phila.; Scudder, of Cin
cinnati; Ellingwood. of Chicago; Hale,
of Chicago, and others, who stand as
leaders In their several school of prac
tice, the foregoing agents are the wru
best Ingredients that Dr. Pierce could
have chosen to make up his famous
"Discovery" for th cure of not only
bronchial, throat and lung affections,
but also of chronic catarrh In all Its
various forms In whatever part of the
By reading the writings of these emi
nent medical men contained in the little
booklet recently complied bv Dr. R. V.
Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., which will be
sent free, on request by postal card or
letter, addressed to him, as above, the
reader will find that all the several
native, medicinal roots entering Into the
"(iolden Medical Discovery," as also Into
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, for
woman's weaknesses and peculiar ail
ments, are very highly recommended and
? raised at cure for disease for which
r. Pierce advises these famous medi
cines of his preparation.
Dr. Ellingwood says of Golden Seal
root, which Is an Important Ingredient
In both "Favorite Prescription" and
Golden Medical Discovery.' "It Is an
Important remedy in disorders of the
womb." He continues: In all catarrhal
conditions, especially In flabby, muscular
relaxation and general enablement, it
is usetui." rror. rvudder. late of Cln
cinnati, say of Golden Seal root. In rela
tlon to Its general effect on the system
there u no mniUnni in us amut
wMA there t much aeiuml unanimity of
opinion. It is universal 1 1 regarded as
the tnnie, useful In all debilitated states."
Dr. Bartholow says that Golden Seal
root is "valuablo In uterine hemorrhage
(bleedlng hemorrhagla (flooding) and
congestive dysmenorrhea) painful men
StruationV" Prof. John King, author of the Ameri
ca DisprstaaTOHV, says of Black Cohosh
routt aohjr. lagrUjit Favorite pr- fcund copfc
ccrlptlon," " In dysmenorrhcr-a" fpafnfn)
periods). It is surpassed by no other drug,;
being of the greatest utility in irritative'
and congestive conditions of tb uterus
and appendages characterized by tensive.'
dragging pains resembling the pains ot'
rheumatism." He continues: .It' Is a
good remedy for the reflex (side aches)
01 unmarried women." tie also recoc
mends It for uterine leucorrhusa, also for
sterility. He further says, "Its action Is
alow, but its effect are permanent." II a
also recommends this agent for fet,
Vltus's dance, also for many rheumatlo
conditions, as does also Hobtrt A. Hsre.,
M. D., professor In the Med. Dept., Uni
versity of Pa. Other agents entering Into,
the "Favorite Prescription" are equally
praised in the little book of extracts from'
prominent medical authors whose pob
lished works are consulted by physicians)
of all tbe several schools to guide them in
"Golden Medical Discovery "as also Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription may be
relied upon to cure all the diseases and?
more than all that their several Ingres
dlents are represented as curing, by Iho,
above eminent pbyslciana, for they are so'
compounded that each Ingredient acts la'
harmony with all th others, and also
enhances their curative action. They
may be taken conjointly in, 1 tern at
doses with great advantage,
The most intelligent people are fast
coming to the conclusion that it does no
pay and is not safe to resort to medicine
of doubtful composition when there are.
those in the market every Ingredient of1
which Is published on theii wrappers and
which are so strongly praised and en
dorsed by scores of those mnet eminent
in the. medical profession. Secret tnedir
does can, of course, have, no such pro
fcteional endorsement. 1 ,
In favor of Dr. Pierce's medicines Iff
the frank, confiding, open,-honest state
ment of their full composition, giving
every Ingredient In plain EnqluK, with
out fear of successful criticism and wltta
confidence that the good sense of tbe
afflicted win lead them to appreciate thl
honorable manner of confiding to them
what they are taking into their atotnacna
when making use of these medicine.
Dr. Pierce feels that he can- afford to
take the afflicted into hi full confidence
and lav all the ingredients of his medi
cines freely before them because thesa
ingredient are such as are endorsed and
most strongly praised by scores of the-'
most eminent medical writers of all tha ;
several schools of practice as cures tut
the diseases for which these medicine:
are recommended. ,
Your druggists sells the Favorite. '
Prescription " and also that fsmous.
alterative, blond purifier and stomach,
tonic, the "GoLDgyf Medical Diacpv- i
erv." Write to Dr. Pierce about yoiuf j
case. He Is an experienced physician.!
and will treat your cane as confidential
and without charge for correspond-;
ence. Address him at the Invalids'-,
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, i
N. Y of which he is chief consulting
It is as easy to be well as Til and.
much more comfortable. Constipation
is the cause of many forms of fllnetis. '
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cnr con- ''
stipatlon. They are tlnv, sugar-coated '
Granule. One little' Pellet" U a gentle
axatlve, two a mile1 cathartic Aii
dealers la medicine sell them. .
A good medical book,-written in plain
English, and free from technical term..
is a vaitiame work lor frequent, consulta
tion. Such a work is Dr. Pierre's Com-'.'
mon Sense Medical Adviser. It saboolci
of 1008 page, profunely Illustrated, lti
is given away now, although formerly'
sold In cloth binding for 11.50. Send 2Vl
cents. In one-cent stamps, to pay for eos
of mailing only for taprouvered ropy.
add reusing .Dr. K. . V, PW-joe, - BaSali
N. Y.: or 11 cent iwr an akaa i
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