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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE:
L ij 1
JULY 5. IPOfi.
Offit. 10 Pearl
ciarr ttu. 1 . j i j I
Davis sells drug. . ?
Stockert sells carpet. T! Il
Fin engraving at Leffart's. f
Ed Roger' Tony, Faust beer.
New location. 10 Pearl 'fU, Maloney.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby & Son.
Wood ring Undertaking company. TeL Us.
Lewi Cutler; funeral director. 'PTiona 7.
"T-. Plarnond a aa investment. Talk .ta
Vf art about It. , -
. All 1te in barefoot sandals for children
at Sargent's, family a hoe store.
Poaltlon la waiting for you after taking
a oouraa In the Western Iowa college.
Baa Stephen Broa. for Are brick and fir
clay, sewer pipe, fitting and garden hose.
Picture frame made to order. Hundred
of pattern to choose from. C. . Alex
ander, US Broadway.' .1
If you have tender" feet and want a
good, comfortable ihoe eee Dunun dt
bean, 21 Main street.
The regular meeting of the local aerie of
Eagles scheduled fox Wednesday night n
postponed until. -tnls-evening.
B. M. Williamson rent and repairs sew
Ing machine, also repairs all kinds of
I bicycles. 17 South Main street.
C. B. Jacquemtn St c. iisve presented a
silver cup to be awarded the winner of a
gold tournament at Lake Ianawa.
vater color, assorted colors, artistic
; decoration, . galvanized Iron reservoir,
'three-gallon alse, 12.&; four-gallon alze.
ll an. Peterson V Bohoenlng.
We wholesale ice cream.
I any part of the state. Special price to
i id reiau iraae. i. mucci, in west uroaa
Way, Council Bluffs, la Tal. 164.
W have the finest Un of sample raonu
! tnent (o select from In the west, bheely
kV Lan Marble and Granite works, .ii
, East Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
The funeral of Clarence, the Infant eon
of Mr. and Mr. Herman Pool, 7'H Harmony
street, who died Tuesday, will be held this
morning at 10:?) o'clock, from the family
Howard A. Chlaam has returned from
San Francisco where he was connected for
a year or more with one; of the bank un
til the earthquake. He doea not expect to
return to the coast.
If you need a new broom come and see
the Hendee wire sweeper. Rug sweepers,
f' ITS; floor brush, $1.60; warehouse brush,
) el.lSO; street ,,om. 75 cents. Complete Una,
com and ee. Paddock Handschy Hard
It I now Captain Samuel Green and First
IJeutenamt, Alfred Peterson of the Dodge
Light guard. The two officer arrived
horn yesterday morning from Des Moines
where they underwent successfully the ex
amination for their commissions.
Th following extraou will be served this
, week at our soda fountain: Carmacla Kiss,
Maple Leaf. Canieloup Sundae, Hartford
Bat, Ftoseif-Phosphate. Orape Julc tm
'onade. Maraschino Punch, Horllck Egg
: Phosphate, Maple Nog. Clark Drug Co.
The Board of Education has offered a
reward of 110 for the arrest and conviction
of the young vandals who found their way
Into the-Twentieth avenue school building
a few days ago and broke a quantity of
slate intended for tho roof to the new addi.
Cheap fruit Jars are high priced this aea
n. Why not buy good one at a vey
little moref--We have tee Globe" glass
top, patent self-sealing fruit Jars. Pints,
1 per dosen; quarts, $1.10. Also extra heavy
rubbers, tin top Jelly glasses and root beer
bottles. W,' A. Maurer. .
Residence, Park avenue, $2,a0: residence,
Glen aveiiue, U,UX; large vacant lot. Glen
avenue, paving paid, $1,00; large lota near
street cars, graded, J; residence, Frank
street, seven rooms. $2,000; Whole block,
f'Atlh etreet, twenty-four lot. $1,200. Tel.
1, Cha. T. Officer, 419 Broadway.
Here w ar at the end of the season
and for the next thirty days I will make
Cae ilothe regardless of cost. I have a
very 'fine line of Hcotch suitings, both
light and heavy weights, from $30 to $45,
that wllliso at $25. Your choice of sli in
the store, black thlbets, undress worsteds,
black' ana blue-serges, gray worsteds, will
go In July regardless of, cost. . $36 over
Coat' at $25. If you want to save $10 on a
suit or overcoat drop In and see Hlckjj.
Perfect satisfaction 1 : guaranteed wl h
everything. K 8. Hicks.
Mora with paint than with anything
els. You may think you save a few dol
lar on Drat east, but you'll lose a yea.
or more on the wear. We don't offer bar
gain counter price ror paint, but we
paint so It stays painted. Jenaen A Nick
Olson. Outside and Inside House Decora
FOR 8 A LB AT A BAROAIN One t-room
.house with gas, city water and aewerag.
also a ft-room cottage with city water and I We mpioy nothing but flrst-clasa Un
sews rage; both well rented. Never vacant. ! Mr, ,n(i plumber and guarant all of
Must be sold at onct. Will make a good our work. 8pncer Furnace and Sheet
Investment o a. good Borne. Plea call Mtal Work. US Wet Broadway.
and let me show them to you. Have house
to rent on monthly payments. Call m up.
Phone 417 and 40S Red. D. 8. Kerr, U6
Broadway, Council Blurts, Is.
Investigate our -chewp land proposition
In eastern Colorado; $6 per acre for rais
ing all kinds of crops; good soil; best of
water; delightful climate. Excursions first
and third Tuesdays of 'each month. Send
for stinted matter. F. C. Lougee, 124
Main atreav , Council Bluffs, la.
Tb TifJ buaranty and Truat company,
abstracters of title. Book data back to
UC3. Book art all up td date. Work ao
curataly and promptly don at lowsst
price. Office opposlt court house, 236 Pearl
treet. Council Bluffs, la.
For rent, S-roorrt cottage, modern In all
respects, with plumbing and hot water
heating. 74S Madison avenue. $22.60 per
month. Inqulr Btephan Bros.
Colored Oxfords, white, gray, red, laven
der, pink any color you want any price
at Sargent's family ahoe, store.
Poaltlon la waiting for you after taking
a course In th WeOtern Iowa college.
M. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night Lett
A. Me-tsgar A Co.
New Locatjoa of Wholesale Bakery,
. tll.Mynster SI. Co, Bluff. Is.
v 'Home-made Bread a SpeclaHy.
ay ara MeAtee a bakery good better
any mad or. -sold In th city?
iply because all of the Ingredients that
oto thslr composition are absolutely
spur and of the highest grade produced.
and will conform to and pasa inspection
tinder any pure food law on earth. No
compounda or imitations used.
For Imported wines, liquors and Bud
welaer beer go to L. Rosenfeld, wholesale
liquor dealer," tit South. Main street.
Thirty-one lota belonging to an old estate,
west of car house oa Avenuea A. B and C,
First, Second and Third avenue, fifty lta.
$100 each, on monthly payment. Wallace
Benjamin, room 1, First National bank
building. Both 'phonea M.
Th time to buy a piano 1 when the chll
drea have time to practice during vaca
tion. Th place to get It 1 Where you gt
the beat Instrument for th least nionv;-.
A. Hospe Co., South Main at.. Council
Bluff. . - t - .
Whit canvas Oxfords,, all kind. Price,
H to $a. - Duhcaa Dean, a Main street
I haul dead animal. $1 0 per haad.
Garua. aanea. manure and all rub
bish; clean vaulta and reaspoola. All
work don la guaranteed.
Cauia promptly attended to.
'Pbone. Red U7L
J. H. HtRLOCR
NEWS OF IOWA
Be TeL 4S.
DEMOCRATS HOLDING ALOOF
Waiting to Gee Who R publican Homiatt
Sefoi They Declirt TbtmMlTe.
PINNING HOPES ON REPUBLICAN DISCORD
If Repehllraa Stat Convention I Mat
Too In barman Ion Wise Oaee Will
Decline ta Raa for Loeal
There I a disposition among the demo
crsts to postpone holding their county con
vention until after the republican stst
convention at De Moines on Augut .1.
The reason for this, It 1s said. I that
there are several prominent members of
the party who might consent to be candi
dates for certain of the county offices this
fall In th event the republican convention
resulted In too much lllfeellng. This pos
sibility, it is said, may Induce certain dem
ocrats to stand for some of the county
On the other hand the democrata concede
that if the convention is not too aerl
montoua the chancee for democratic suc
cess this fall would be mighty llm, and
that I why several prospective candidate
who hve been approached have declined
to give an answer at this time.
Former Justice of the Pesce Harvey
Oureft it is generslly conceded will be the
democratic nominee for Judg of the su
perior court, but th other nomination
re o far all In th air. - There ha been
ome talk of W. D. Hardin, at present
holding the office of city assessor, being
the candidate of the party for county
treasurer, but it is said that Hardin has
declined to give any definite anawer until
after the republican state convention.
Hardin ha been a candidate for county
treasurer before, but each time met with
defeat. The name of W. Brooke Heed, sec
retary of th Commercial club, ta men
tioned In connection with the nomination
for county treurr, but it i not known
If he ha any aspiration In this direction.
Three year ago h wa the party nomi
nee and wa only defeated by a narrow
margin by Treasurer Conslgny. Theodore
Laskowskl, assistant cashier of the Coun
cil Bluffs Savings bank, has also been men
tioned In connnectlon with this nomina
tion, but his friends sy h would not con
sider the proposition for a minute.
Charles Walter wa a few weeks ago
ssld to be an avowed candidate for the
nomination for sheriff, but he has since
denied that he has any ambitions In that
direction, although his friends; aer. that
be would not decline the nomination If it
was offered him. A soon a the date of
the convention Is fixed it Is expected can
didates for the other nomination will show
The democratic county central eommltt
I scheduled to meet tomorrow morning In
the office of Chairman F. W. Miller at 11
o'clock, to fix the date of th convention
and to decide whether to hold aeparate
convention for naming a county ticket
and selecting delegate to attend the state,
congressional and Judicial conventions.
Chairman Miller Is In favor of holding but
one convention, while others of the party
think it would b best to hold a conven
tion at an early date to select the delegate
to the state, congressional and Judicial
convention and to hold the convention to
name a county ticket at a later date.
J. J. Hughe, chairman of th democratic
city central committee, I a candidate for
member of the democratic tte committee
from this district.
W have a factory and can turn out any
kind of wood work wanted. We manu
facture more window and door frames,
tanks, screens and sash of all kinds than
I any other. C. Hsfer.
Bt.l'FFfl HAS BASE FOIRTH OF JIXY
Xot a Blagle Accident Dae to Fire
Council Bluff enjoyed an exceptionally
quiet and sane Fourth. The giant cracker
wa conspicuous only by it absence and
less fireworks were used throughout the
olty than on previous celebratlona of the
great national holiday. That the abaence
of the giant fire cracker and other danger
oua fireworks tended to the enjoyment of
the day is generally conceded. .The police
prevented the discharge of revolvers and
ths use of canes for firing off dynamite
caps. Several young fellows, who disobeyed
the city ordinance prohibiting the use of
revolvers, dynamite canes, etc., were taken
to police headquarters where their wespons
were taken from them and they were per
mitted to depart. One noteworthy result of
the enforcement of the ordinance prohibit
ing dangerous fireworks was the absencs
of casualties. I'p to a late hour last night
not a single accident or case of Injury
from fireworks had been reported to the
police and Inquiry among a number of the
doctors of the city failed to bring to light
The day was generally observed as a holl
day. All of the principal stores were
closed all day aa ware all the county and
city offices, with the exception of that of
the celrk of the district court. The
quarterly pension voucher day as a rule
falls on the holiday and for the accommo
dation of the penaionera Clerk Battey kept
his office open all the forenoon. The day
waa spent in various ways by the people.
Quite a number went to Felrmount park,
which was liberally patronised by picnick
ers from this city and from Omaha. The
rain about t o'clock, however, sent the
crowd at the park scurrying home, but
later In the evening quite a number visited
Manawa, however, appeared to be the
objective point for the crowd. Quite a num
ber stsr'ed for the lake early In the morn
ing with the intention of spending the day
there, but the big crowd began going there
about 1 o'clock. The lreet railway com
pany put on a two-minute service and Is
entitled to considerable credit for the ex
cellent manner In which It handled the
thousands who visited the lak resort yes
terday. The rain In th afternoon started
many homeward, but their place waa taken
by othera who did not mind a little ehower.
For the lover a of base ball, the Huatlera
and the Nonpareils offered two capital
ganea at the Sixteenth Avenue park. The
first game waa won by the Nonpareil by
a score of 4 to t, while th Hustlers cap
tured ths second by a score of I to t, the
Nonpareils making their scores la th Isst
Xa Derision Kspeeted la Water Caa.
Although Judge Smith McPherson baa
given no Intimation that he will, city offl
clala ar hoping tbat he will hand down
hi declclon In th waterworka caa when
In the city Saturday. The attorneys in
the case, however, are of th opinion that
If Judg McPherson wa prepared ta hand
dowa big ruling la thla important caa. h
would have given torn Intimation to that
effect when he aent word he would hold a
peclal eslnit of federal court her Sat
urday. Th suit In which the decision Is snx
lously looked" for by the city offlclala la th
one brought by George N. Small)-, an
eastern atockholder of the waterworka
company, to enjoin the city from putting
Into force the ordinance passed February
z2 which provided for a reduced schedule of
The question Involved In the Smalley
tilt Is whether the company' franchise
expired In January of- thla year or whether
it continue until December 1 of this year
or January 24, 1.
I.iwn swings. $.; Ic cream freeiers,
$1 46; hammocks, up from 78c4 lawn mow
er. $175; garden hose, per foot, to; gaso
line stove oven. $1.60. J. Zoller Merc. Co.,
100-02-06 Broadway. 'Phone 830.
Let us give you estimates on pslntlng.
We will do the work right and make you
the right price and put on the best ma
terials. H. BOrwick, 211 South Main.
Don't fail to see those new photos they
are now making at Schmidt's. They are
worth double the price.
Rubber aoled outing shoes for ladles. Just
the thing for the lake. Sargent's family
hoe store. Look for the bear.
High grade pianos sold on easy payments,
110 down and $6 per month. Swanson
Music Co., 407 Broadway. Pianos tuned and
Ostermoor Cotton Felt Mattresses ar
guaranteed not to lump or pack. Price,
$16.00.- We are exclusive agents. Keller
Farnsworth Furniture Co.
W pay $11 00 per ton for cast Iron; mixed,
$S.M per ton; stove, $7.60; rag, lo a lb. I
rubber, Tc; copper, I4o per lb. J. Kattl
man, tot South Main. Both 'Phooea 650.
CENTRAL FLOUR1.16. Every aaek
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both Phone K
lee Creaaa Freeseri,
Whit Mountain, Arotlo and Wonder
freeiers (none better) Just before the Fourth
of July. Get our prices. Swains ft Maurer,
HAWKEYE SOCIALISTS MEET
Joha R. Shank of Sloax City I domi
nated for Governor by State
DES MOINES. July 4 Socialists of Iowa
in convention here today nominated John
E. Shank of Sioux lllty for governor, A. R.
Glfferd of Davenpoft for lieutenant gov
ernor, Charles R. Oyler of Waterloo for
secretary of state and Fred Splan of Du
buqu for treaurer.
While declaring In favor of a atate-wlde
primary law, the resolutions oppose the
measure which was advanced by the repub
lican state legislature.
Rellsjloa Excitement Fatal.
SIOUX CITY, la., July 4. (Special Tele
gram.) Pierce Ratllff, a prominent Imple
ment dealer, dropped dead In camp meeting
today from religious excitement. . He was
telling friends at a Holiness ramp meeting
at Mornlngslde that he expected soon to
pas through the pearly gates of heaven,
when he dropped dead of heart failure a
few minute before 12 o'clock thl morn
ing. Ratllff wa a well known "busmen
roan of Oskaloosa, la.
Falls oa Cane and I Killed.
' OTTUMWA, la.. July 4.-(SpeciaI.)-Whllc
playing with a toy cane, the little Infant
on of Mr, and Mr. Jame Tutwllea of
this city ran against an obstruction and
forced the cane down his throat. His
mother hastened to remove It when the
round knob on the end of It came off and
tuck In the child' throat. He strangled
to death before a physician could reach
Child Swallow Coneeatrated I.ye.
SIDNEY. la.,' July 4.-Raymond Schaffcr,
aged 2 year, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Clydo
Schaffer. who live near Sidney, died in
consequence of drinking concentrated lye.
The shock to the mother wa So great a
to produce hem' 'age of the lung and
he is in a precarious condition. The
funeral was held at th Christian church
in Farragut. ,
Aeeldeat at Atlaatle.
ATLANTIC, la,, July 4.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Ray Camblin was seriously cut
about the face and may lose an eye. A
can of powder wa blown Into hi face.
Ernest Sander waa badly Injured about
the face and hands by the premature ex
plosion of a cannon cracker. Ray Peterson,
near Elkhorn, wa llghily Injured by a
dynamite cane which burned hi leg.
Railroad Company Incorporates.
PIERRE. 8. D.. July 4-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Articles of Incorporation havs been
filed for the Dakota Midland railway with
headquarters at Huron and a business office
in New York City, and a capital of $600,000.
The purpose of the company, as- set out
In the articles, Is to construct a Una from
Sioux City along the Missouri river to the
state line In Campbell county. The Incor
porators sre I.. R. Glddings, L. E. Giddlngs,
New York; Charles O. Elwood. Minneapolis,
and Phil Lawrence and N. E. Porter,'
KIREMEX ATTRACT BIG CROWD
Twealy Tkaasaad People Attend the
SHENANDOAH. la.. July 4-(8peclal
Telegram.) A crowd estimated at 30.0m) at
tended the Southwestern Ftren.en's tourna
ment at thla place today. Almost perfect
weather prevailed this morning, but a
heavy ahower late thla afternoon gave
them a welting
The ball same thla morning reaulted:
Eseex. 2; Creaton. 1.
Ladder climbing: Red Oak. flrat; Cla
rlnd 1. second.
Hub-and-hub race: Tie between Corning
and Atlantic: time. :&V
l.eadera' race: Red Oak, flrat: Clartnda.
second; time, :UHt.
1 us iiirniunn uiui game was poor, re
sulting, council Biurrs. is: Maryvllle, 2
It waa atopped by rain In the fifth inning.
water race: Craston, flrat; Atlantic, sec
ond To tournament next year will be held at
iresion. no accident..
HARSE8S MEET AT LIBERTY Vlbl.E
Lady Gall Raatlltea Win SilS Tret
la Third Heat.
LIBERTTVILLE. III.. July 4.-A two.ri.v
trottii.g meet waa begun here today under
pt-i-ircj ronauiuns. r our eventa were de
cided today. Reeulta:
2:21 trot: Alie J. won two straight beata
Time: i.uv, 117. Hillle K , Jetta. Ann
vi reci Rq r.&noua also alerted.
1:1s trot: thirty Gall Hamilton finished
third In flrat heat and then won the next
to. Exalted won the flrat heat and fin-
isnru e-inira in in next two trial. Time
2:14H. 2 12. 2:lii.
Free-for-all pace: The Broncho won in
iw iri(ni nrais. lime: I 06, Z.OtW.
naron urauan. rvwiver and Gltation also
1 u pace: Arbella won In two straight
Geraldln and Helen Bloaeoin also started
Ptatal Dael ts Fatal.
PITKIN. Colo.. July 4 George Canrpbell
was shot and killed today In a duel with
rnni aaer, a ranchman, fought on horse
back. srier s clothing was pierced with
a bullet, but he was uninjured. Vadar aays
kui(iMu siuie a tune irom mm.
HULL OPPOSED TO THE PLAN
Ooarnuman Does Not Think the Perkini
Proposal ii Practicable.
CONVENTION MUST SETTLE OWN AFFAIRS
Talk of Anyone Stealing the Nomina
tion "All Rot" and Declare Can
didate Will All of Them
Get a Bqaare Deal,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. July 4.-(Speclal.)-In an
Interview given out here today on his re
turn from Washington and published n
the Dally Capital, Congressman J. A. T.
Hull of the 8eventh district says he doen
not believe Mr. Perkins' plan to have the
national committee settle the question of
county contents In this state will succeed.
Congressman Hull said in the interview:
"I believe whoever ha a fair majority
of the state convention delegates will get
the nomination for governor. This talk
about one side or the other going to steal
the nomination Is all rot. The people of
Iowa have too long had a reputAtlon for
fairness and honesty for anything of that
sort. There is a month yet and In that
time I am sure there will be some satin
factory adjustment of . .the present differ
ences." On the question of Mr;. Perkins' proposal
Captain Hull said: ' '"'
"I really haven't thQught much of It, but
I don't believe It would -succeed.' The fact
Is that the state convention Itself will have
to determine those contests. It is the su
preme authority, and, as-! riew It, Is not
even subject to the Courts. The national
committee might decide on thing and the
tate convention another ns regards the
contests. Whatever the- convention does
will have to stand, for It is not subject to
any law other than Its own. As I said be
fore, it is the supreme, authority as re
gards Its own conduct and nominations."
May Limit Commission.
During the heatings before the legislative
Insursnce commission Insurance men are
now being asked their opinion of a law that
would limit the commission paid agents for
the first year's premium to 60 or 7t per cent
of the premium and prohibit entirely paying
commissions from subsequent premiums
during the life of the policy. The ques
tion disclose that the, commission has
under contemplation the recommendation
of auch a law. The commission has dis
covered that some Iowa companies are pay
ing aa high as 90 per cent of the first year's
premium and per cent of all subsequent
premium a commission to agents. In
surance men have been divided in their
opinlona, aome holding that It would handi
cap the Iowa companlea, aa other states
do not have such laws... and there would
be a question aa to whether or not the law
could be enforced In this state against non-
Postmaster to Des Molaes.
The Iowa League of Postmasters of the
Fourth Class will m't in Des Moines on
August 28 and 29 for the. annual conven-
tlon. One half day wlll.be devoted to the
state fair, which will be In, aesslon at that
time. The rest of the two days will be
devoted entirely to discussion of topics
concerning the management of fourth class
poatofficea. The convention., will be wel
comed to the city by Postmaster John Mc
Kay of thla city. '
Competition for Eacampiuent.
Two invitatlona for next year's encamp
ment of the Iowa Grand Army of the He
public were mailed to the headquarters at
Boone during the lata encampment, s.nd
neither were delivered. One was from
Dubuque and the other from Cedar Kapds.
These were the only Invitation aent and
as they were not received the .department
had to refer to the council of administra
tion the selection of next year's encamp
ment, the selection to wait the receipt of
Invitations. The letters from the two
cttltis, after staying in the postofflce at
Boone the regulation thirty days, were
received by Assistant Adjutant General
Newman at the state house today. With
them came Invitations from Sioux City
and Clinton for the encampment to be
held there. As soon a expedient, the
officers of the department will get together
and select the next year's location.
May B Marder.
The decomposed body of a man found In
woods two miles south of thla city may
be Herman Caldwell of St. Pan), Minn.
In the pocket of th man' coat were
found photograph, on the back of which
were written th name, Herman Caldwell.
A memorandum in a note book read "Mr.
Porter, 10S East Seventh stteet, St. Paul,
Room 40." The photograph were made
by C. H. Nealey. Th man's face I o
badly changed that It could not be told
whether any of the photograph are of
himself or not. Some were photographs of
Although the fecial feature of the man
are unrecognisable, detective have made
out the following description:
Young; height. S feet I tnchea; weight,
1T pounds: sandy complexion; chunky
build; amall handa and feet.
The body la now In Shank's undertaking
establishment, where It will remain during
the post mortem Inquest.
Oae le ta Walsh Identity.
A man answering th description of the
man who left th suit case at the Dur-
lln1n fr.lvhl At.rol h.r. VMt.rillv anil
I ballewd to ba M. J. Waisb, lylncolo. Nab.,
5yrup of fis
It is pure.
It Is gentle.
It is pleasant.
It is efficacious.
It is not expensive.
It is good for children.
It is excellent for ladies.
It Is convenient for business men.
It is perfectly safe under all circumstances.
It is used by millions of families the world over.
It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians.
. If you use it you have the best laxative, the
$15.00 Colorado and Back
Elks' Special Train to Denver
For the accommodation of Elks and their families from Iowa and Eastern Ne
braska the Burlington will run a completely equipped special train, leaving Omaha
Sunday, July 15th, at 4:45 p. m., and Lincoln 6:35 p. m., arriving. Denver for break,
fast Monday morning.
Reserve your sleeping car berths either in the Standard or Tourist Sleepers
early on account of the heavy volume of Colorado business to move on the special
$15.00 Elks' excursion rate. Standard sleepers, $3.50; Tourist sleepers, $1.75 per
The destination of tickets at the above rate may.be Denver, Colorado Springs or
Pueblo. This train will make stops for passengers only at Lincoln. If your ticket
reads going and returning over the Burlington it will be honored for the return
journey on the Burlington's famous electric lighted Denver-Omaha flyer, No. G, which
leaves Denver at 4:35 p. m. and arrives Omaha at 7:10 a. m.
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called on Rock Island offlclala aome
time yeaterday evening to get a refund
on a ticket east. He stated that he has
lost his suit case st Council Bluffs or
Omaha and had to go back after it. The
officials gave him his money back and he
is supposed to have returned to Council
Bluffs. The suit case waa left at the Bur
lington freight depot. The man rushed Into
the depot, dropped the suit case and left
at once. The suit case Is still In the pos
session of the police here and bears the
name of M. J. Walsh, Lincoln, Neb.
THE RAILROAD MOTOR CAR
Growing Belief tbat It Will Kreat
nally Pnt the l.oeomotlve
Oat of Bnslness.
'It waa the prophecy of a western rail
way contractor more than a year ago that
"all the big steam engines on the stand
ard railroads will be 'scrapped' and elec
tric engines will be doing their work by
1926." Quite in line with this prediction
are the words of President Buker of the
Master Car Builders' association, now In
session at Atlantic City, warning hi hear
er, to be prepared for the rapid advance
of the motor car In straight railroading.
It Is one of the marvels of mechanical
I 'volution that the steam locomotive." whose
I Development oy su.ge. nv.ng men .-.n sun
' rela"' l"u '"" " "
reached apparently us perieciion.
Toward the coming revolution In rail
road operation both the trolley and the
automobile have contributed. From the
first practical application of the overhead
trolley in Kansas City in 1881, and from a
successful third-rail Installation the next
year In Baltimore, have sprung the great
systems which now compete with the
steam railroads In overland transporta
tion. In the automobile lay the germ of
the gasoline motor car such as has been
tried out recently on Mr. Harrlman's Union
Pacific and on the Chicago and Alton line,
and such as French and English manager
were testing on their short lines three and
four years ago.
Besides a demonstrated economy of op
eration, the mptur cars will bring a very
great advantage to standard railroads In
competition with trolley circuits. They will
make posslbls the running of frequent sin
gle cars as "locals" In place of the oc
casional and slow "accommodation" trains.
And in this benefit, as well as In the
blessings of cleanliness and quieter run
ning under the new order, the public will
share. New York World.
Tnaa End HI I.lfe.
KANSAS CITY. July ' 4.-John Iockwod
died at the City hospital here today from
th effect of a dose of laudanum, taken
at hla room here during the night. It la
not known wnether he intended to Kin
himself or drank too much of the drug by
mistake. He was In the hsblt of taking
the drug. Ixck wood, who waa IB years
old. was a lawyer and an Inventor. Hia
father once waa ths mayor of Ban Antonio,
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