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NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY. JULY P, 1905.
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COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT
TMTln sella drugs.
Stockert1 sella carpets.
Fine engraving at I.ffert'S.
Ed Rogers" Tony Faust beer.
New location. It Pearl St., Maloney.
numbing and heating. Blxby Son.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. Ma,
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 7.
Mm Henry Cutler la visiting friends In
All our men's tan shoes, $J, M and $. for
Diamonds as an investment. TaJk t
LfTert about It.
Tlrture framing a specialty. , C. E. Alem
fle Dutv-an Iean'S Dutch Auction, 12
show window. 2Z 80. Main.
12th seml-annuul Hearing sales now In
progress at The John Betio Co.
Men a M ) tan shot a I'.'.iVt at 8 A, PI'Tca
aV Co.'s, Broadway and Main street.
Position la waiting, for you after taking
a coursa In the Western Iowa college.
Oeorge Hoagland kas the Kansas Shall
Brlrk. All hard brick. Get hia prices.
H. G. VcQe and family have gone to
Spirit' Lake .tor a two weeks' outing.
43 pairs mn a tan shoes, M and ti shoes
first com first serred, lilt. Sargent's.
Sea Stephen Bros, for fir brick and firs
clay, sewer pips, fittings and garden hose.
Wanted Board and room with a private
family. , Addtesa 5S, Be office. Council
Robert (twain of the high echool fac
ulfy left, yesterday for a vacation trip to
Mrs. J. V. Kelly. 702 Perrln avenu. left
yesterday) tor a two, months' visit In L'tah
Hnd Colorado. .
I:': 50 buys a pair of new 13.60 Regent tun
shoes at S. A. "teres A Co.'a, Broadway
and Main- street. ..
Domestic, New Home, Whits and Stand
ard sewing machines for sals at William
son's, 17. 80. .Main St.
Mrs. Walter t. Smith left yesterday for
Muntte, Ind., called there by the illness
of Mrs. Smith's sister.
We manufacture our own cement blocks.
They are good for all time to come, and
cost less than good brlok. C. Hafer.
Alexander Woods left Saturday for an
extended trip along the Pacific coast and
before returning home will visit Canada.
Kor sale cheap A large refrigerator, suit
able for a grocery or restaurant use. A
snap. D. W. Killer, 10S South Main street.
- Harry Senift alias Harry Young has been
arrested on complaint of Warren Hough
of Crescent City on a charge of beating
a Doara. 0111.
The nirmhera of Harmony chapter, Order
01 inn r-asiern ptar, are arranging tor a
basket picnic at Lake Manawa on Thurs
Man's Tan Shos Sale $3.60 and 14 men's
tun shoes, all new up-to-dats styles, sals
price l-'.&'j. 8. A. Plercs sc Co., Broadway
ami Mali streets.
Wo wholesale ics cream. Shipped to
any part of the stats. Special prices to
ins retail trade. I. Muccl, ZIZ "West Broad
w.y, vjouncil uiuiu, J a. TsL lit.
We have ths finest line of sample monu-
nieuta to select from in the west, fcheely
a. i.ane Mamie ana urantte wuras, xw
tast Broadway, Council Bluffs. la.
Ths best planoa on earth are to be found
at A. Hospe Co., S3 South Main atreet.
Council Bluffs. They do not charge more
than you pay elsewhere for unknown and
inniuereni makes. f
The open air religious services at Fair
mount park yesterday afternoon were well
attended. Rev. G. W. Snyder, pastor of
Bu jonn a r.ngnsn i.umeran church, waa
In charge and preacjied the sermon.
Imagine a big store turned Into a bar
gain booth every department giving a
discount of 2U per cent on seasonable and
desirable gooda. That's what awaits you
at Beno's semi-annual clearing sale. The
John Benu Company.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Thomas and daugh
ters left Saturday for California, where
they expect to spend several months. Thy
will return by way of the Canadian Pa
cific route and will spend several weeks
with friends in Canada.
W illiam Brown, the motor conductor
charged with assaulting J. J. Hughes Sat
urday night, was taken into custody yes-
terday morning on a warrant issued from
tho court of Justice Uardlner. He gave '
bond for his appearance this morning.
Mayor Macrae, In his cupacity as com
manding officer of the hospital corps of the
luftu national guard, is anxious to enlist
six more good men between the ages of
is and 25. The corps will attend the en
campment at Furt Wlcy. Kas., September
1 lo 11.
The following drinks, ice and Ice cream
w 111 he served at our soda fountain all
this week: Camercia Kiss, Canteloupe
Hiuidac,. Collego Ices, Ked Kaspberry
Sundae. Froxen Phosphates, Kldorado Sun
die, Florida Julep, Banana Royal, Banquet
Bouuet, Clark Drug company.
40V pairs of men's tan shoes, 13.60 and H
values, ail 1MB styles, most of them tha
well known Regent M.60 shoes, noted as ths
b. ft fitting and wearing Stf.aO shoes on ths
Market. B. A. Pierce at Co., Broadway and
Cheap fruit Jars ars high priced this sea
son. Why not buy good ones at a very
' nttlu more? We have the "Ulobe" glass
top. patent self-ssallng fruit Jars, pints,
tl per ooxen; quarts, S1.10. Also extra heavy
rubbers, tin top Jelly glasses and root beor
battles. W. A. Msurer.
' Meti s 34 tan shoes at 32. 50 at S. A. Fierce
6) (.n.'s. Broadway ami Main streets.
RoIhii. jr., Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
JtouiTt Henderson, died yesterday morning
at .Mercy hospital. The funeral, which
' v. ill be private, will be held this morning
at 11 o'clock from the residence, 24 Harrison
street, and Interment will be In Walnut
'Hill cemetery. Rev. Marcus P. McClure
.' of the First iresbyterian church will con
duct the services.
John Haskins of Jerome, Arlx , and Miss
. Vail. Davia of thla city were married Sat
Uruuy evening at the home of the brido'a
. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davis. Ave-
' Hue D and Thirtieth street. Rev. W. B.
Clemmer. pastor of the First Christian
. church, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jlaakins
will maks their home In Jerome, where
the groom Is employed as an engineer on
'ths ' Mania, Ke.
J. W. Collier, suspected of being Impll
csted In the rotibery at the saloon of Beih
May on the night of June DO, waa arrested
In Omaha yesterday afternoon by Detec
tive Well and brought back to Council
Bluffs, ilolller. who has been In Omaha,
. It is said, since the day following the bur-
flsry, profe8Hed considerable surprise at
eing au reeled and entire Ignorance of the
cause. He will have a preliminary hear
ing in police court this morning. Ths po
lice claim they .have a sure case against
Here ws ars at lbs snd of ths season
. and for tha next thirty days I will maks
fins clothes regardless of cost. 1 have a
very fine line of Scotch suitings, both
light and heavy weights, from 120 to 4a,
that will go at f 26. Your choice of all in
the store, black thlbets, undress worsted,
black and blue serges, gray worsteds, will
go In July regardless of cost. 33b over
coat at t6. If you want to save 310 on a
suit or overcoat drop in and see Hick.
Perfect satisfaction Is guaranteed wl h
every thing, B. Hicks.
H. M. Deeds and U C Hulliert became in
volved In a tight yesterday afternoon in
the rear of the saloon at 13 South Main
street and were arrested. Hulbert was
found to be carrying a revolver, so an
additional charge of carrying concealed
weapons wss placed against him. At the
outset of the tight Hulhert, according to
iDfnrmatloa given by Detective Weir, who
arrested the (in man. was wielding a
long sharp pointfd meal knife, but dropped
It before the uri - . f the officer. De
tective Weir four. ' tin knife and took It
to police head'idj. e .
las Cream Frosaera.
Whits Mountain. ' Arctic and Wonder
freexers (none better) Just before ths Fourth
of July. Ost our prices. Swains 4k Maursr,
Proposed Licbtinc Contract Will Com Up
DEMAND FOR EXTENSION OF MAINS
I.lgbt Csaenatttee an Cemnnns-
Officials Will Attempt t Reach
galal A BTl"Pln?JP 1 OOaflalS
the Day. ,
It Is expected that some agreement will
be rearhed between the fire and light com
mittee and the Cltixena' (las and Electric
compatny relative to extensions of the
company's mains before the meeting -of the
city council tonight, when ths proposed
lighting contract will come up for action.
The counellmen concede that some of the
extensions demanded are unreasonable and
will not be pressed, a a It Is not. It was
said yesterday, the deelre of the city council
to place any unreasonable burden on the
company. It Is understood that the com
pany has agreed to extend Its rosins to
Thirtieth street In the Sixth ward, but de
cllnea to extend thm any further at this
time. A member of the fire and light com
mittee stated yesterday that lie would not
vote lo force the company to extend Its
mains beyond Thirtieth street nor In any
other locality where the patronage would
not warrant the expenditure. It Is be
lieved that the company will accede to the
demand for extension to Babbitt Flare on
Exist Broadway, as urged by Councilman
Wallace. , . t
Hers's sn opportunity for careful ' buy
ers: 20 per cent discount from our al
ready low prices and on Just the kind of
fresh, clean, new and crisp merchandise
you want. The John Beno Co.
proprietor, - with ths aaslstanes of his
Walters, Is said to have thrown OU1 out of
Uis place. When sn officer reached ths
scene Gill was lying on ths sidewalk In
front of tha restaurant and was bleeding
freely from several cuts on his face and
But ths prices tell ths story; they speak
for themselves, regularly. They point a
moral; they adorn this tals with forceful
ness and conviction 30 per cent discount
for seasonable, desirable merchandise dur
ing ths 12th semi-annual clearing aals. Ths
John Beno Co.
I.S00 acres good farm land In eastern Colo
rado, 36 per acre and up; no Irrigation re
quired. Can nlas all kinds of small grain
and corn. A few good homeeteade Join
our land. Send for printed matter. F. C.
Lougee, 114 Main street, Council Bluffs, la.
For rent, f-room cottage, modern In all
respects, with plumbing and hot water
heatlnr. 74 Msdlson avenue. 360 per
month. Inquire Stephan Bros.
Men's 34 tan shoes at $2.60 at S. A. Pierce
A Co.'s, Broadway and Main streets.
CEI.EBHATIOS OF GERMAN DAY
Commercial Club Will Lend Its
Assistance Boom In a; Affair,
The Commercial club will lend Its as-
slstance In boosting the German day cele
bration, to he held In this city probably In
October. A conference between the mem
bers of the Commercial club and the com
mittee of German-American cltixens will
be held tomorrow evening, at which time
it Is expected definite arrangements for the
celebration will be made.
Secretary Reed of the Commercial club
has advised the members of the entertain
ment and publicity committees of the club
that their presence Is desired at the meet
ing tomorrow evening, when It Is likely
they will be asked to take charge of the
project to some extent. The members of
the entertainment committee are: W., H.
Town, H. Z. Haas, R. C. Peregoy. J. F.
Wilcox, W. A. Maurer and W. E. McCon
nell. Ths publicity committee la composed
of Victor E. Bender, J. W. Smith, O. J.
McManus, John Toller, Peter Jensen and
Dr. P. J. Montgomery.
Teutonla lodge. Sons of Herman, the
German-American organization of this city,
will have direct charge of the plans and
arrangements for the celebration. These
are the members of the general committee
appointed at the meeting last Friday night:
Theo. N. Petersen, Henry Sperling, A.
Becker, editor of the Freie Presse; A. Kra
mer arid August Boysen. The celebration,
when held In" Council Bluffs two years
ago, attracted a large gathering of German-Americans
from all parts of Potta
wattamie county and adjacent territory
to the city. A feature of the celebration,
as was the case two years ago, will be a
LIBRARY TRl'JTEES MEET TO SIGHT
Board Will Reorganise aad Elect a
Ths board of trustees of the free public
library will hold its annual meeting this
evening, at , which time Victor E. Bender
will take his place on the board, succeed
ing Mrs. Everett, whose term has expired.
C. R. Tyler and John M. Galvtn, whose
terms also expire, will succeed them
selves, having been reappointed by Mayor
The board will reorganize and elect a
librarian and assistants There has been
little or no talk about the presidency of
the board and it Is not known whether
M. F. Rohrer will be a candidate for re
election, as he has held the office of presi
dent for several years. Last year W. S.
Balrd, secretary of the board, ws a can
didate for president, but was defeated by
Mr. Rohrer after a large number of bal
lots. It is understood that Mr. Baird Is
again a candidate.
Mrs. D. B. Dnlley, the librarian, will un
doubtedly be re-elected, as will her two
Children's and misses' oxfords and slip
pers. We have too many 20 per cent dis
count on them all at Sargent's. Look for
Do you realize what a great thing It is
In being thoroughly satisfied when you
purchase a piano? We do not try to push
our planoa off on our customers In a big
hurry; we want them to take their own
time in making a selection. That Is the
reason why we do not have a lot of dissat
isfied customers, an other stores do. We
offer a plain, square deal snd guarantee
our prices to be the lowest, quality consid
ered. .Good pianos for $186, 3m $260, $350.
34W and up. See our Kingsbury piano (In
west window), stool and scarf Included, for
only $200, easy payments. Swanson Music
Co., 407 Broadway. Pianos tuned, stored
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN ns -room
houss with gas, city water and sewerage,
also a 6-room cottage with city water and
sewerage; both well rented. Never vacant.
Must be sold at once. Will maks a good
Investment or a good horns. Please call
and let me show them to you. Have houses
to rent on monthly payments. Call ma up.
'Phones 417 and 408 Red. D. 8. Kerr, 644
Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Semi-annual clearing sale now In prog
ress. Many exceptional values Monday.
This aals Is the rendexvous of all who pre
fer to practice economy with prudence.
The John Beno Company.
Now is your time to buy low shoes,
cut to $2.48. Ws will blsck them If
want, Sargent's. Look for the bear.
mall Crowd at Maaawa.
The catastrophe at Lake Manawa last
Wednesday evening was undoubtedly re
sponsible for the small crowd at the resort
yesterday. At no time during the day
were the cars to the lake crowded and It
Is estimated that ths attendance was only
tbout one-third of the usual Sunday crowd.
The Kursaal, ths scene of Wednesday's
disaster, was closed to the public. The
launehes were In commission, but their
patrons were only given a ride about the
lake and were not pennltted to land at
ths Kursaal. The scene of tha disaster
was, however, . visited by quite a number
who rowed across the lake. They were not
permitted to land at the Kursaal, which
was closely guarded by employes.
Great crowds throng ths store during
ths semi-annual clearing sales. Only three
more days In which to secure 10 per cent
discount from our regular low prices. The
John Beno Co.
Men's Tan Shos 8le 11.60 and $4 men's
tan shoes, all new, up-to-date styles, sals
price $:.(0. 8. A. Plercs A Co., Brosdway
and Main streets.
CENTRAL FI-OUR-sl.16. Every sack
warrantsd. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both Phones 24.
Ses Duncsn A Desn's Dutch Auction, $2
show window. 23 So. Main.
Why are McAfee's bakery goods better
Ihsn any made or sold In ths city?
Simply because all of the Ingredients that
go Into their composition ars absolutely
purs and of ths highest grade produced.
and will conform to and pass lospecttoa
under any purs food law on earth. No
compounds or imitations used.
Tour present snd future requirements
can be supplied from our splendid storks
St a' saving of 30 per cent. Remember,
banks only pay 4 per rent. . Only three
more days of the l.'tli semi-annual dear
ing sales The John Beno Co.
Men's 33 60 tan shoes 32.60 at 8. A. Plercs
st Co.'s, Brosdway and Main streets.
N. T. Plumbing Co. TeL SO. Night Lett
f haul stead animals, 310 psr head.
. Garb, ashes, manure and all rub
biih; clean vaults and cesspoola. Ail
work don Is guaranteed.
Ca-lis promptly attended to,
'Pbone, Red U71.
J. H. SHERLOCK
Ws employ nothing, but first-class tin-
era and plumbers and guarantee all of
our work. Spencer Furnace sad Sbsst
Usui Works. U4 West Broadway.
Vlyds Ulll. a soldier from Fort Crook.
Neb., wss arrested late Saturday night by
ths police. Chief Richmond, however, yes
terday ordered htm released In order that
he might be able to report to his company
at ths fort before his leave of absence ex
pired. Gill, after having trouble with
negro on Broadway, entered a restaurant
near ths Northwestern tracks, where be is
said to have started a rough houss. Ths
NO OLD STOCK AT SARGENT'S. They
have got to go Ail low shoes this time up
to you, if you want bargains In shoes. Sar
gent's. Look for the bear.
$2.60 buys a pair of new $3.60 Regent tan
shoes at 8. A. Pierce A Co.'s, Broadway
and Main streets.
Position Is waiting foi- you after taking
a course in ths Western Iowa college.
Gas Company Foreman Arrested.
J. J. Daugherty, foreman for the Cltixens'
Gas and Electric company, has been cited
to appear In police court this morning on
a charge of violating the city ordinances
by falling. It Is alleged, to relay the paving
on Ninth avenue as required. Complaint
was mads that the gas company, which
took up the paving on Ninth avenue to
relay its mains, failed to place the brick
back on concrete, as required by the or
dinance. The committee of the whole of
the city council Inspected the work Fri
day afternoon and found that while the
company was ostensibly, it is said, using
concrete, the material was not up to speci
fication In that it lacked the proper amount
or sand and cement. After examining the
work the committee of the whole ordered
that an information be filed against Fore
Twenty Per Cent Dlsconnt
on our new Iceberg refrigerators, porch
and lawn goods and hammocks. Keller A
Farnsworth Furniture Co.
400 pairs of men's tan shoes, $3.60 and $4
values, all 1906 styles, most of them the
well known Regent 31.60 shoes, noted ss ths
best fitting and wearing $3.60 shoes on the
market. S. A. Plercs A Co., Broadway and
Ws pay $11.00 per ton for east Iron: mixed.
$8.00 psr ton; stores, $7.60; rags, lo a lb.;
rubber, 7c; copper, 14c per lb. J. Kattls
man, 808 South Main. Both 'Phones 650.
For Imported wines, liquors and Bud
welser beer go to L. Rosenfeld, wholesale
liquor dealer, 11 South Main street.
Don't fail to aea those new photos they
re now msking at Schmidt's. They are
worth double the price.
Lawn swings, $6.96; ics cream freexers,
$1.46; hammocks, up from 75c; lawn mow
er. 32.76; garden hose, per foot, 6c; gaso
line stovs ovens, 31,60. J. Zoller Merc. Co.,
100-02-06 Brosdway.' Pbone K
Buy your gasoline stove now. We are
making special diacounts on all gasoline
stoves, refrigerators, stc. Paddock A Hand-
schy Hardware Co.
More with paint than with anything
else. Tou may think you save a few dol
lars on first cost, but you'll lose a yea.'
or more on the wear. We don't offer bar
gain counter prices for paint, but ws
paint so It stays painted. Jenssn A Nick
olson. Outslds and Inside Houss Decorations.
Thirty-one lots belonging to sn old eststs,
west of rsr houss on Avenues A, B and C,
First, Second and Third avenues, fifty lots,
$100 each, on monthly payments. Wallace
Benjamin, room 1, First Nstionsl bank
building. Both 'phones 103.
The Title Guaranty ana Trust company,
abstracters of titles. Books data back to
1863. Books ars all up to data. Work ac
curately and promptly dons at lowest
prices. Office opposite court house, 236 Peart
street. Council Bluffs, Is,
A. Hrtifsr A Ca.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
614 Mynster Bt , Co. Bluffs, la.
Homs-msds Bread a Specialty.
Van Brunt is still tbs acknowledged leader
In the buggy line in this section cf ths
country. Hs designs all of his own work
snd uses nothing but ths best material in
ths construction of his buggies. You buy
ons ones you will never buy any other kind
TO RAISE BUTTER STANDARD
Dairy Commission Preparine to Stop Sale
of Import Cream.
RAILROAD ASSESSMENTS COME UP TODAY
Officers of Meat Pro seers' Associa
tion WIH Irgs Commission to
Make Raise of Ten Mil
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. July a-(Specla1.)-By
enforcing rigidly the new law prohibiting
buying and selling impure cream for the
purposes of manufacturing It into human
food. State Dairy Commissioner H. R.
Wright expects to greatly improve the
standard of lowa butter, which has already
attained a high marking In eastern mar
kets. He believes that Iowa can make
as good butter as Is made In the world,
and so atated today. The new law was
passed by the legislature for that pur
pose last winter and went Into effect Jul
4. By the provisions of this Isw a pen
alty of from $36 to $100 in the wsy of a
fine awaits anyone who either buys or sells
impurs or adulterated cream or milk with
the Idea of manufacturing It Into human
food, or cream that is unfit tor such use.
The dairy commissioner Is given wide
latitude in. the enforcement of the law
and has already taken steps to enforce
It. According to Dairy Commissioner H.
R. Wright, the stiff competition between
creameries over the state has caused them
to buy all kinds of cream. Cream Is al
lowed to collect for several days before
It is sent to the creameries, and by that
time is spoiled, and yet the creameries
will buy the cream because competition
Is stiff and some other creamery wlll get
the patronage (f they don't. This cream
makes a very Inferior butter, according
to the dairy commissioner. The new law
providing a penalty for either buying or
selling such cream Is designed ror me
purpose of stopping its manufacture into
butter. Dairy Commissioner Wright de
iara thai the climate and quality of
grass in thla state give it an opportunity
to make as famous butter as that of Den
mark, If there Is the same rigid Inspection
and enforcement of law by the state gov
ernment as Is done by the government of
Denmark. This he proposes to do under
this new law.
Railroad Assessments Tomorrow.
The executive council will meet at 1
o'clock tomorrow morning In the gov
ernor's rooms for the purpose of hearing
representatives of the railroads and any
citizens who care to be heard as to what
the railroad assessment should be this year.
Last year the Increase In the assessment
was only about $1.000.nno. This year there
are Indications that there will be a very
much greater Increase. Represenatives of
the tax departments of various railroads
reached the city Saturday and today, and
It is understood that officers of the Corn
Belt Meat Producers' association, who were
before the council last year for the first
time to argue for a higher assessment
will be present tomorrow morning at the
flint hearing. The largest Increase the
council has ever made was in 1903. when
a raise of $3,233,503 wss made. In 1904 the
Increase was only $W3.647 and In 19rt6 only
$'106,029. There is talk this year of asking
the council to add as much as 310,000.000
or 316.000.000. It Is quite possible that
something less than 310,000.000 will be added
as the reports by the railroads were never
so flattering as th(s year.
Dr. Kennedy's Job Safe.
Because of the old soldiers' preference
law. Dr. J. F. Kennedy, secretary of the
State Board of Health, will be re-elected
secretary of the board at the annual meet
ing In Waterloo. There are a large num
ber of candidates out for the position on
the supposition that Dr.. Kennedy will not
be a candidate for re-election, but the
doctor has decided to run again. He has
now held the position longer than any
other person haa held any state position.
It is discovered that the old soldiers' law
protects an old sold In a position much
better than 1t aids ..1 getting a position,
and his position Is, therefore, secure. It
Is probable no other candidates will pre
sent their names to the state board. The
board meets In Waterloo Tueaday next,
and these candidates have all been men
tinned for the position: G. H. Sumner of
Waterloo, L. A. Thomas of Red Oak
Charles H. Preston of Davenport. H. A
Wheeler of Sioux City and Dr. Charles H
Shultx of Spirit Lake.
Honor for A. J. Imall.
A. J. Small of this city was msde a mem
ber of the library law section of the Na
tional Ubrary association at the recent
meeting at Narragansett Pier, R. I.
Goes to Northern Paclfle.
8. W. Flint of this city, who fourteen
years ago started In as stenographer In
the employe of the Northern Pacific at $25
a month, working In company with Oscar
Vanderbilt, has resigned his position as
passenger and ticket agent for the Wabash
at this place and haa accepted a position
with the Northern Pacific, In charge of
the Immigration work for Iowa. Nebraska
and South Dakota. He will leave here
within two weeks to travel to the Pacific
coast to familiarize himself with the work
and the resources on the lines of the
Governor's First Marriage.
Governor Cummins will probably perform
his first marriage ceremony at the state
house July 21. The governor received
letter from J. H. Elbe of Oskaloosa yeeter
day asking him to perform such a service
for litm. He did not state the bride's
name, but Insisted that the service be per
formed at the stale house by the governor.
The governor has no other engagement for
To Kebraaka state t nlverslty.
Miss Daisy Irene Lutz librarian of the
city library of Clinton, has resigned her
position there to accept the position of as
sistant librarian of the library of the
I'nlverslty of Nebraska. Her resignation
takes place August 4. MJss Lutz has taken
a prominent part 1n the library work of this
state at the meetings of the state asito
clstion snd is considered one of the best
city librarians In the state.
Gives I.eslslatare m Problem.
One family in this city has Increased from
a father and mother and five children to a
family of 150 persona in forty years, and
every member of the family ha a city Jail,
county Jail or state penitentiary record
and all have received aid from the county
at some time or other. The family pre
sents a problem to the state legislature.
Preparations ars being made now to present
the facts concerning this family to the
legislature next winter In the hope of get
ting a law to prevent the marriage, of per
sons with criminal or pauper records. Such
a law was endorsed by the State Bar as
sociation at the suggestion of the late Judge
L. G. Klnne some yeais ago.
lows Has a Wolf Eel.
Ths state of Iowa Is the owner of one
wolf eel. There Is only one other In cap
tivity and that la In the Field Columbian
museum in Chicago. It Is pickled in al
cohol, as Is also that belonging to the state
of Iowa. Both were secured In the Puget
sound, which Is the only place they ran be
found. Ths sal Is about seven feet long
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Special low round-trip rates are in effect from
Omaha daily throughout the summer to various
TO CLEAR LAKE.
$-j 35 to rand city.
$1 R40 TO ROT SPRMfiS, SI 50 to superior
O j.d, IV AID DULUTN
S1O50 TO ST. PAUL AID
S1R75 TO DEADWOOD
W AKD LEAD.
S1R5OT0 ASHLAND AND
$ " 00 TO LONG PINE. $2 95 TO MARQUETTE.
Splendid train service from Omaha to points north, east and west.
1 The 'Best of Everything
For full information concerning your vacation trip, hotel rates and
accommodations, railway rates, train schedules, etc., apply to
CITY TICKET OFFICES: 1401-03 FARNAM ST., AND UNION STATION.
$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 beDenver, Colorado Springs or
Pueblo. This train will make 6tops for passengers only at Lincoln. If your ticket
reads going and returning over the Burlington it will be honored for the return
joffrney on the Burlington's famous electric lighted Denver-Omaha flyer, No. 6, which
leaves Denver at 4:35 p. m. and arrives Omaha at 7:10 a. m.
Special descriptive folder, Colorado publications, berths, tickets, all information
in connection with your Colorado excursion from
J. B. REYNOLDS, C P. A. 1502 FarnamSL
and has a head that very much renemhles
a wolf's head. Its nose and teeth especially
are like those of a wolf. It was presented
to the historical department.
Through the efforts of T. Van Hynlng.
the museum superintendent of the histor
ical building, several specimens of succlnea
concordlalls have been discovered In the vi
cinity of Valley Junction, west of lies
Moines. This Is the first time they have
been found outside of the state of Texas,
and the find Is therefore considered quite
Important In the realms of biology. The
aucclnea concordlalls Is a specimen of anall
and la quite email.
Chant, at Knosvllle.
Dr. W. 8. Olson, the present assistant
at the state inebriate hospital ot Knoxvllle.
has been selected by the state board of
control to succeed Dr. Willhlte as super
intendent. Dr. Willhlte has accepted a po
sition in the Cook County Insane hospital
Actuaries Refore Commission.
J. C. Crawford, expert actuary for the
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance com
pany of Milwaukee, will appear before the
Insurance commission next week to advise
the commission as to certain features of
life Insurance. The commission will ask
him especlslly about deferred dividends
and uniform policies. B N. .Waller of thla
elty. the state agent for the Northwestern
Mutual, will also appear before the com
mission some time next week on features
of the Northwestern", policies.
First Over Sixteen.
The first girl to get the benefit of the
new law allowing girls up to IS years old
to be sent to the Industrial school at
Mitchellvllle, Instead of only 16, was Miss
Mabel Asliely of this city. Bhe Is J7 years
old and waa today ordered to Mitchellvllle
by the district court. The same court also
today declared the girl's father an Inebriate
and ordered him to one year at tne Knox
Central Committee Will Sot Meet.
Tlie stute central committee of the re
publican party will not meet in this city
July lo. next Tuesday, to consider making
up a provisional roll call. A number of
tho members of the committee thought It
inadvisable at thla time. The meeting may
be called later befure the state convention
Rl.al Claims for slarlon Count?.
Marlon county Is claimed by Perkins ns
a result of tlie caucuses In sever. I town
ship. In the county today. In KnoxviMe
the Perkins people claim to have carried
the township outside of the clt of Knox
vllle by S3 votes to 81, giving Perkins IS
delegates. These with the 68 he had before
and the eight delegates in Ewan carried to
day give him the necessary majority of SO.
Cummins people'are claiming to ti ive car
ried Knoxville and to have a majority of
the delegates In the county convention.
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