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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1306.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl Su Tel. 43.
toeksrt sells carpets.
Vina engraving at Insert's.
lid Rogers' Tony Fauat bwr.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby at Ron.
Souvenir postals, Alessnder's, 133 B'way.
Woedrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 319.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87.
, DIAMONDS A8 - AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFSRT ABOUT IT.
MIm Cora Gretier of the Washington
.venue scbool le visiting In Colorado.
George Hoagland haa the Kansas Bball
Brick. All herd brick. Oet bis price.
Judge Q. M. Bcott and C. F. Mauer left
Saturday for a Ashing trip In Minnesota.
Only ten daya more for those suit
at Hicks', worth 136 and up. K. 8. Hlcka
Bee Stephen Bros, for Are brick and Are
clay, eewer pipe, nttlngs and garden hose.
BTRICTLT CASH FOR AL.L, SHOES AT
DUNCAN St DEAN'S GREAT CIOtilNU ,
OUT UOK SAt.iL.
B. W. Elder -end family of Ix Angeles.
Cai , are guests at the homes of J. 8. Dong
fend Robert Hendersan. - Mrs. Elder Is a
timer of Mrs. Henderson.
We whoiesole Ice cream. Shipped to any
part of the slat. Special price to the re
tail trade. 1. Mucd, He tvm Broadway,
Council Bluffs. Ia. Tel. Mi.
We have the Anest line of sample monu
ments to select from lb the west. Bheeley
4k Lane Marble and Granite Works, 111
East Broadway, Council Bluffs, Ia.
Mrs. I. C. Bonham and daughter, Jayne,
' I'oiTom, of Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs.
red ef Jefferson. Ia-. are guests
he 'and Mrs. J. I Mabie of Oakland
- mil opening Weatern Iowa college, Mer
riam block. Council Bluffs, la.. Monday,
August 37. English, Normal, Bookkeeping
and Shorthand departments. Send for new
catalogue. Both phones. .
The general committee In charge of the
German day celebration to be held In thla
city October 1 and 3 has appointed a solic
iting committer, which will start out today
end canvass the city for funds.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Cola' the latter for-
Berly Miss Alma N. Neunaa, daughter of
re. Theresa Neunas of 813 South Main
treat, . who Svere married last week In
Salt Lake, arrived home yesterday.
Just received something. In new and up-to-date
picture moulding. Now Is your
chance to get that picture framed up you
laid away. Berwick. HI Houth Main.
Don't worry about lha price; wa will make
The following Iced drinks and lea cream
will be served all this week at the Clark
Drug company's: Madja, frosen phosphate.
bi Dorian nip, eiaoraao sundae, tropical sun-
da. Carmenclte kiss, southern beauty,
American sunaae and Greenland loo berg.
OWINO TO THE LARQH: CROWDS
THAT ARB ATTKNDINO OUR BALIS
DURINO THE DAT WB HAVE DE
CIDED TO KEEP OPEN UNTIL NINE
O'CLOCK EAtJH EVENING HEREAF
TER. DUNCAN DEAN, 23 MAIN ST.
Max Orollch and his son. Sandy, will
have a hearing in police court thla morn
ing on the -charge of violating the city or-
ainancea by emptying elope and other gar
bags In a vacant lot at Eighth avenue and
Mala street, uroilch ana his son are in
' the employ of the Miller Brewing company.
Tha golf tournament at the Manawa links
lor the jecquemine tropny is reaching tne
Interesting stage, only eight players being
eft In tha handicap contest. The series of
games this week will be as follows: Mel-
bop against Hlser. Shepard against Mayne,
Coppock against Empskle, and Block
' Lucy, the 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and
3fre, W. H. Baldwin, former residents of
this city, died Saturday afternoon at their
Home in Ferry, la. The remains wiu be
brought here today and burled In St. Jo
seph s cemetery. The child was a grand
daughter oi Mr. ana Mrs. jonn &.eiiy oi
. 1 South Ninth street.
In district court today Judge Wheeler
will hear tha application of W. A. Jamas
(or a modification of the decree of divorce
secured by him against Cora James so that
. tha custody of. their little girl may be
taken from the mother and given him.
Mrs. James haa Aled a resistance to tha
application of her former husband and will
tight it to tha bitter end. A large num
ber of witnesses have been subpoenaed on
Where Shall I Bay My Groceries r
.WB ANSWER THIS QUESTION, FIRST
WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT, SEC
OND. WHERE THE GOODS ARB FRESH
. AND FIRST CLASS. THIRD. WHERE
TOU WILL RECEIVE COURTEOUS AND
HONEST TREATMENT. WE FULLFIL
THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS IN EV
ERT RESPECT. , GIVE US A TRIAL OR
DER AND WB ARE SURE TOU WILL
BB OUR REGULAR CU8TOMER. JOHN
OLSON. 78 W. BROAD WAT.
RAID IS NOT PRECONCERTED
Major Pan! th t ManbstUs Jut ia Tim
to Witoeii Bow.
PUTS HIM IN A MOOD TO INVESTIGATE
Orders Foliee to Arrest All Csantei
with Place, hwt They Fall Get
Bartender Cnttl Seat Back
hy the Mayor. '
The raid on the Manhattan saloon res
taurant after midnight Saturday by Mayor
Macrae was not preconcerted. It was tha
result of a disturbance In front of ' the
place, which attracted the mayor's atten
tion, and the raid followed.
A young fellow who was eating lunch In
the restaurant became Involved In a eon
troversy with one of the waiters, which
led to the young fellow offering to settle
the dispute with his fiats. Charles Per
fine, an attache of the place, whom the
city directory gives as "clerk at the Man
hattan club," who was also partaking of
a midnight lunch, took It upon himself to
throw the young man Into tha street Just
as Mayor Macrae happened to pass.
The victim ' of Pertlne's ofllolousnese
seised tha opportunity to complain to the
mayor that liquor waa being served In tha
restaurant and tha latter decided to In
vestigate. He found several persons seated
at the tables with suspicious looking beer
bottles In front of them. He Instructed the
two officers with him to arrest every per
son connected with the establishment, but
at first the officers only carried out the
Instructions so far as the two waiters back
of tha lunch counter were concerned.
. From the Manhattan Mayor Macrae went
to tha police station, and when the two
waiters were brought there he ordered them
released and the bartender arrested.
Captain Schaffer and Officers Wood, Gil
lespie and Arnold then repaired to the
Manhattan to take Jim Hansen, the bar
tender, Into custody. Hansen was eating
his lunch when the officers arrived and de
clined to budge until he had finished his
meal, which he did while the four officers
stood around him. Hansen, after occupy
ing about twenty minutes In eating his
lunch, accompanied the officers to police
headquarters, where, however, he was not
detained nor booked.
Yesterday tha police received a tip that
In a certain saloon on Broadway neaf the
business center liquor was being sold In
the cellar. Detectives Callaghan and
Keellne were detailed to Investigate, but
on reaching the place found everything se
curely locked and not a soul on the prem
ises. Later another tip reached the police
to tha effect that liquor was being sold
In apartments over a saloon on Pearl
street. Detective Callaghan was again
sent hot foot to Investigate, but unearthed
nothing stronger than Missouri water, and
the only persons In the place were tha man
and wife who occupy the upstairs apartments.
city of Des Moines. Hon. Iesll M. Shaw,
In th absence of President Roosevelt, will
represent the administration, and ha and
Hon. J. A. T. Hull, chairman of tha house
committee on military affairs, will address
On Wednesday there will be a big parade,
a striking feature of which promises to
be the division designated "as It was In
the Philippines." On Tuesday there will
be a review at Fort Des Moines for the
Philippine vets, besides other numerous
forms of entertainment.
W. C. T. I". DISTRICT COVE!TIO!
Larsre Delegation Gnlasr from Connrll
Blaffs ta Attend.
A large delegation from Council Bluffs
will attend the convention of the Woman's
Christian Temperance union of the Sixth
district of Iowa to be held In the First
Presbyterian church at Woodbine. Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week. The district
officers sre: President, Mrs. G. G. Balrd,
Council Bluffs: vies president, Mrs. O. O.
Oldham. Council Bluffs; secretary. Mrs. H.
B.' McNaughton, Earllng; treasurer, Mrs.
ldella B. Hart. Council Bluffs.
The convention will assemble Tuesday
afternoon and there will be an evening ses
sion. On Wednesday there will be morn
ing and afternoon sessions and In tha even
ing oratorical gold medal contest. The
contestants and their subjects will be:
Rena Coulthard, California, "The Old Vio
lin;" C. . N. Crawford, Council Bluffs,
"Judge Morse's Reasons;" Florence Klub,
Earllng. "The Defense of a Drunkard;"
Ouy Lalng, Panama, "A Boy Plea."
The program for. the business sessions
1 :3tV-Devotional, Mrs. H. A. Kinney,
J:0O Roll call and appointment of com
mittees: report of secretary; report of
treasurer; report of auditing committee;
president's address; report of unions by
3:00 Bible exposition, Mrs. E. K. Denny,
Council Bluffs; music; address, Mrs. Ida
B. Wise, state corresponding secretary, Des
Moines; silver chimes; adjournment.
3.0ft Executive committee meeting.
:0O Devotions, Odella B. Hart.
3:18 "Department Work: jAil and
Prison." . E. K. Denny, Council Bluffs;
'The Sabbath and How to Observe It." Mrs.
ldella B. Hart, Council Bluffs; election of
officers; discussion of new constitution, Mrs.
Ida B. Wise. Des Moines.
Noontide Prayer Miss Winona Doug
lass, Dunlap. '
J.OO-Devotlons. Mrs. Wlllett. Woodbine.
2:15 Department work continued; "Pur
ity," Mrs. Hattle McNaughton, Earllng;
"Medal and Essay Contest Work," Mrs. O.
O. Oldham, Council Bluffs; "What Hope
ful Signs Do We See to Encourage Us to
Believe That ,the Temperance Cause Is
Gaining?" Mrs A. A. Thompson, Dunlap;
"Our Hope for the Future." Mrs. Joslah
Coe, Woodbine; Local presidents, Ave-mln-ute
talks on topic, "Best Thing Our Union
Has Done This Year."
GREEN AND NORFOLK FURNACES
GIVE THE BEST SATISFACTION. A8K
PEOPLE THAT USE THEM. THET WILL
TELL TOU WHAT THEY ARB. F. A.
SPENCER. 1M Broadway. .
Wa are agents for tha bast wheel chairs
for Invalids. C. E. Alexander, 331 B'way.
NEW LOCATION. SO
A FINE 80-ACRB FARM
Ava miles from Council Bluffs postofflce,
well Improved. Will take a 32,000 residence
toward It. Address D. 8. Kerr, KM Broad
way, Council Bluffs. 'Phones 417 and SM
For Imported wines, liquors and Bud
welser beer go to L. Rosenfeld, wholesale
liquor dealer, til South Main street
A. Metsgar aV Co.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
. 31 Mynster 8treet,' Co.i Bluffs, la.
Home-made Bread a Specialty,
Visitors Welcome. -"
THE MOST UP-TO-DATai RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER.
VICB AND HOMB COOKING. Tha Calu
met restaurant. 620 Broadway.
It you are looking xorwara to your sum
mer's outing you will need a faw va
cation necessities; it you are going camp
ing with a small party you will want a
faw' delicacies ; If you are going to a picnic
you will want your basket Ailed with
, "good things to eat." Sandwiches, olives,
pickles, cakes, cheese, fruits, a cold bottle
of ginger ale or root bear In tact MoAtee
haa everything necessary to All a dainty
lunch basket ' and tha bast tha market
' - . 1
ClaeUtaT Oat Sala oa m sinter Goods,
M per cant discount on Gasoline Stoves,
Hammocks, Garden Hose, lea Cream
. Ft as acre and Water Coolers. Don't forget
. wa sail Ender's Dollar Rasor.
, SWAINE MAUER,
333 and 333 Broadway.
. ' Gas Staves as Ranees.
Wa have tha Favorite Gas Stoves In a
variety of slses and styles. Prices from
SUM to 126.00 for tha popular slses.
' Don't buy a gas stove without first seeing
tha Favorites. Paddock and Handachey
Did It aver occur to you why there are
no . many "VanBrunt's Vehicles" down
around tha streets of Council Bluffs? It Is
because ha sells nothing but tha best
quality, and If there Is anything wrong
tie makes It good.- That Is worth some
thing. Isn't ItT -
' Wa pay SUM par ton tor castlron : mixed,
tj.ot par ton; stoves. 37.(0; rags, le a Ib.j
rubber. To i oopper. lio per lb, J. Kattle
koan. SOS South Main. Both 'phones (BO. '
Tha Only Perfect
DOUBLE yiSION LENS.
COMB IK AND BEE THEM.
' .40 Broadway.'
.1 haul dead animals. H e par head.
nura and all
I Garbage, aanes. ataoura and all rub
bish; clean vaulta and cesspools. All
jerk dena Is guaranteed.
, Caiia proaipUr attended to.
- . 'Vhona. Bad ims.
J. a SHERLOCK
(.300 acres good farm land In eastern Colo
rado, 35 per aero and up; no Irrigation re
quired. Can raise all kinds of small grain
nd corn. A few good homesteads Join
our lands. Send for printed matter. F. C
Lougee, 124 Main street. Council Bluffs. Ia.
POOR CHAMCB FOR LIGHT COKTRACT
Compear lawllltng to Meet Condi
tions of Ooaacll.
Unless Councllmen Wallace and Knud-
sen modify their demands for gas extension
materially the chances for the city coun
cil approving at Its meeting tonight the
proposed lighting- contract with the Cltl
sens' Gas and Electric company, it Is said.
are slight. Some agreement, however, on
tha disputed points may be reached be
fore tha council meets, as President Nash
expects to be In tha city this morning to
confer with Counoilmen Wallace and Knud-
sen and tha members of tha Are )and light
Councilman Wallace, who as a member
of the real estate Arm of Dodge Co. la
Interested In Babbitt, place, Insists that ths
gas mains be extended to that addition.
This Mr. Nash says cannot be done this
year, as it Is almost impossible to secure
sufficient quantity of pipe. Tha exten
sion to Babbitt place, Mr. Nssh says, would
mean tha laying of 2,600 feat of main, and
CENTRAL FLOUR -31 If. Every as ok
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phones 24.
Srocery Store Robbed.
L. N. Green, who conducts a grocery at
134 West Broadway, locked the front door
of his store yesterday morning ' while ha
went to a nearby barber shop to get bis
whiskers trimmed, but omitted to fasten
the catch on a rear window. On his re
turn he found the window open and Investi
gation disclosed the fact that the till had
been robbed of 33.96 and that several pack
ages of tobacco were missing. Grocer
Green toll the police he suspected a young
lad who was In the store when he locked
up to go and get shaved.
. Iowa Naws Notes.
ATLANTIC The eleven months old son
of Oro Swolley got held of some daisy fly
killers that are deadly poison and ate a
quantity of the poison before he was dis
covered. A physician waa called at once,
and aside from making him deathly sick,
no serious damage will result.
ATLANTIC The prohibition party has
called a district convention of the Ninth
congressional and Fifteenth Judicial dis
tricts to meet In this city on August 30,
for the purpose of nominating a candidate
for congress and three Judges. Oliver W.
Stewart of the national prohibition com
mittee will be Jiere on that day to deliver
an address. ' '
ATLANTIC J. H. Knight of Bear Grove,
who was In this city Thursday In search
of his son Oliver, 16 years of age, who had
been gone from home since June 17, has
located him at the Frank Berry farm near
Wlota and has taken the boy back home.
Horses Stolen Near Stnrgis.
BTURG18, B. D.. Aug. II (Special Tele
mm I U'irii w n Kmnrht here last nlsrht
as there are only at present seventeen cot- j that thievei had stolen seven horses from
tages In Babbitt place, tha revenue from . nnch north 8turgis, belonging to L.
such service would not warrant the . ex-, Cowdln Grtlt excitement prevailed. A
pense at this time. . - nartv of Afteen armed men. together with
Councilman Knudsen demands a number sh.riff Brown, started out Immediately.
of extensions In tha south part of the, city golng , a drectloni. some of them re-
ana is pacKea up in nis aemanos ny wai- ,urn,d our1nf the nlKht. jy, of the
lace. After the last conference Mr. Nash horBe, wer. found thl, morning on the re.
told tha councllmen that he had made every rvanon near Bear Butte, the other two
concession practleabls and that he could Mng atAM, nor,e, ar. m,mgi
not and would not go any further. "The potfd to hav. ttn riden off by the thlevei
matter Is now up to you. gentlemen." he 8om tnlnk ... wlr, fenoe ... cut fop
' . ' I meanness to let the horses out, while
An interesting time is looked tor at tnetoth, tnlnk it ... ork thlev,.
cuunvu memiii turnout, wiicti iiiv cvn-
tract Is reported by the Are and light com
mittee with tha recommendation that It be
All parsons knowing themselves to be In.
debtad to. Duncan 4b Dean or tha Duncan
Shoe company are requested to call and
settle at aace.
Tell your troubles to Hafsr, tha lumbar
man. If they are In his Una.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. M. Night LSN.
, - Thirty -one lots belonging to an eld estate,
west of car house on Avenuee A, B and C,
First. Second and Third avenues, fifty lots,
3100 each.' on monthly payments. Wallaoe
benjamin, room 1,, First National bank
building. Both 'phones 303.
. Swaen Heeds Money. "
: I can aell S-room modern- dwelling at big
discount. If sold at ones. .It li In fine
neighborhood and an paved street: Call
soon. There are several smaller dwellings,
too. Tel. a. Charles T. Officer. 413 Broad-
Philippine Veterans Rewalea.
A number . of tha 'hoys who served
through tha campaign In ths Philippines
will go to Des Moines today to attend the
seventh annual reunion of tha National
Society Army of tha Philippines, which
commences today and lasts over Wednes
day. Governor A. B. Cummins will welcome
ths visitors o& beaelfv of the state and
Mayor O. W. MattarnVon hehaif of tha
to steal them.
. Matamaaa Killed la Mine.
LEAD, 8. D.. Aug. 11 (Special Tele
gram.) Aba Dyer, a motorman employed
on tha three hundred foot level of the High
land mine, received Injuries by the over
turning off the motor which he waa driving
which caused his death at 1 o'clock this
morning. The motor Jumped the track,
turned over and Dyer was caught beneath
it. His light arm 'was torn off and he
was hurt Internally. He was married and
leaves besides his wife, two children.
Hand Shattered hy Gnn.
STURGIS. S. D., Aug. U.-(Special Tele
gram.) F. W. Tracy, a farmer residing
north of here, had his hand badly torn
to pieces by an accidental discharge of a
shot gun. Amputation of the Arst three
Angers and part of the hand was neces
sary, leaving only tha thumb and little
thaat at French Beat.
' PARIS, Aug. IX A despatch from Tan
gier to tha Temps reports that a shot from
shore today passed over a whaleboat 'of
tha French northern squadron, which Is
lying off the port and that tha admiral In
command has Wdered an Inquiry.
Mad Mallah Raids Border. ,
LONDON. Aug. 13.-The correspondent
at Aden, of the Mail reports that the Mad
Mullah has raided the Somallland border,
killing mora than 1.000 'of tha Rareharoa
tribe dwelling In tha Ogdeies) region v)
capturing LOuu camels. , ,
VETERANS FROM THE ORIENT
Soldiers Wbo Barred ia the Philippines
HeTinc Reunion This Week.
RAISING THE RATES ON ' FRATERNALS
State Para Food Camaslssloa la
a Start la an Analysis of
tha Sa-CnllaS Health
(From a Staff Correspondent.) '
DES MOINES. Aug. 12.-Speclal.) Des
Moines will tomorrow he the gathering
place of the soldiers who fought In the
Philippines. The seventh annual reunion
of the Army of the Philippines will be held
In this city tomorrow and Tuesday, termi
nating In a campflre Wednesday evening.
Every effort has been made to make the
reunion the biggest and most successful
yet held. The lending officers of the army
snd navy who participated In the engage
ments In the Philippines will be here, In
cluding Lieutenant General S. M. B. Young
and General Bates. There are many early
arrivals in the 'city tonight. Tomorrow
morning there will be a reception to tha
delegates snd visitors at the Bavery hotel
snd In the afternoon at 2 o'clock there will
be the Arst meeting of the organisation
of the Army of the" Philippines. It will
be held In Knights of Pythias hall at the
corner of Sixth and Locust and Commander-in-Chief
Alfred 8. Frost of Evans
ton, HI., will preside. The Invocation will
be given by Chaplain Bee be and the vet
erans will be welcomed to the city by
Mayor George W. Mattern and to the state
by Governor A. B. Cummins. There will
be 'numerous responses, and In the evening
there will be a smoker In the same hall.
Tuesday forenoon there will be a recep
tion at , Fort Des Moines, tendered by
Colonel Thomas, and in the efternoon at
1 o'clock a business meeting In Knights
of Pythias halt, to be followed by addresses
by Secretary L. M. Shaw and Congressman
J. A. T. Hull. In the evening an athletic
entertainment at the Iowa Athletic club
Wednesday the soldiers will meet at tha
hall In the morning, and there will be a
parade of the principle streets of the city
In the afternoon at 2 o'clock a business
meeting at which officers will be elected
for the coming year. While this business
meeting Is In progress, the women attending
will be given an automobile drive over the
city, starting at 1:30 from the Chamberlain
hotel. The reunion will close with a camp-
Are Wednesday evening. .
In addition to this regular program it
has been arranged to give the women at
tending a theater party at Ingersoll park
Monday evening. They will witness the
drill of the Eleventh cavalry at Fort Des
Moines Tuesday morning. Tuesday even
Ing the visiting women will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. W. S. Conkllng, 1003
Pennsylvania avenue, while the men wit
ness the wrestling match at the athletic
. . High Rates for .Fraternala.
Rates based on the American experience
table of mortality are to be recommended
by the Insurance commission as the mint
mum rates for fraternal Insurance com'
panles. Though the recommendations of
the legislative commission have not been
prepared, It la understood to have been
practically agreed upon by the commission
that this recommendation will be made to
the legislature. The.,. recommendation will
revolutionise the fraternal insurance bust
ness, as the rates sit' present charged are
far less that the American experience table
of mortality. Tha rates are now not even
up to the American fraternal congress
tables. . The same American experience
table rates will be recommended as the
minimum rates for assessment companies.
Health Foods Target.
The laboratory equipment for the chem
ical laboratory for the Food and Dairy,
Commissioner's department, which was
lost - In shipment from Denmark to Dps
Moines, has been found, and it Is promised
that the laboratory will soon, be set up
and ready for use. Pending Its comple
tion the chemlst for the department Is
making analyses at the laboratory of High
land Park college, but only In a small way.
The new food law provides that the food
and dairy commissioner shall analyse all
foods coming into the state, snd one of
the Arst things to be looked after by the
department will be the prepared health
foods. It Is asserted by, some that these
foods rare more susceptible to deception
than any other and more easily adulterated
than most other foods on the market, be
cause they are made by secret formulas
and their contents or Ingredients' are se
crets. It Is asserted that some such foods
are made , of nothing moretnor less thsn
corn cobs properly tree. led to make them
savory and then shaved Into thin chips.
It Is said that ground dbcoanut , shells
treated to make them soft, and mixed with
toasted bread crumbs, are palmed off as
health-giving foods. With the completion
of the laboratory so that work on an ex
tensive scale can be done an effort will be
made to ascertain to what extent this is
true. Under the pure food lsw It Is Illegal
to In sny way deceive the public as to
foods. If a food Is advertised and labeled
as a healfh-glvlng food that Is In fact
manufactured out of corn cobs, It Is Illegal,
snd the commissioner will at once take
steps to put a stop to It. i
Enoraaoas Grata shipments.
Railroads are preparing to move, from
Iowa this year the biggest grain shipments
In the history of the state. Last year the
yield of corn waa 346,000,000 bushels, an
Increase of about 25.000,000. This year there
is every Indication that the Increase will
be much greater. The oats and wheat
crops have been good and up to the aver
age, though not record breakers, but the
quality of the grain is much above the
average, and for this reason will sell more
readily and bring a better price, and hence
the shipments will be heavier. Because of
the amall elevator capacity In the northern
two-thirds of the stats, the railroads an
ticipate trouble in handling the crop. The
Arst shipments are ready now, and It Is
confidently expected that In a few weeks
the shipments will tax the railroads to ths
limit to furnish cars.
Xo Opposition te HnbharS.
Congressman Hubbard of the Eleventh
district will be renominated to . congress
without opposition, and the three candi
dates who have been announced and dis
cussed In that connection will no longer
be candidates. A meeting was held a few
daya ago In Storm Lake In the office of
F. F. Favllle. which was attended by all
the leading Cummins men of the district,
and after considerable discussion It was de
cided to not oppose the renomlnatlon of
Mr. Hubbard for a second term. Mr. sFm
villa himself wa ona of the candidates
that had been announced to oppose Hub
bard. Ths meeting was also attended by
8. D. Rinlkor of Lyons county, another
candidate who had been announced, and
also by George C Bcott of Sioux City, who
had bean much discussed ss a candidate.
The meeting was also attended by such
Cummins men as Ed Chaaseil of LeMara
and Representative Mattes of Odebolt. As
the opposition stsrted with the Cummins
men. it Is presumed now that It Is dropped
that there will be no further opposition
to Hubbard. It la vdaytaod that Hub-
To the Man Who Wants
To Be Convinced That
He Should Advertise
But hasn't met the man who could convince him. "
IV e want to meet you. And you want to meet us. v
If we find advertising, can be successfully applied to your
business, we can convince you of it. If we find it cannot,
we will convince you that-you shouldn't be convinced.
WE have FACTS to "show you"
compiled in our Record of
Results FACTS which will
answer your problem fully and for all
The Lord & Thomas Record of Results
Is the something: tangible and definite
And it has been the lack of tangible
evidence, such as this Record shows,
which has made it impossible for you
to be convinced.
Lack of a definite basis for advertising:
lack of safe precedent has kept many
a conservative business man from
becoming: a successful advertiser.
Your conservatism will not allow you
to advertise blindly to SPECULATE
in advertising: based on nothing: more
definite or tangible than the judgrn At
or opinion of some "expert" or
You will admit the value of good adver
tising:, but you want some assurance
that your INVESTMENT in advertis
ing: will be a reasonably safe and pro
We want to tell you what we do to
assure successful advertising:. We
want to tell you about the Lord &
Thomas Record of Results a trust
worthy giide in advertising: the only
practical Safe-Guard for an Advertising:
We want to enter into your problems
with you and guided by our Records
and experience ascertain whether your
business can successfully be adver-'
tised or not. It has happened that we
have found lines which cannot be profit
, ably advertised.
1 If we find that your business can be
advertised successfully we "know we
can, with the aid of our Records, con
vince you of the fact.
If we find yours to be one of those
occasional cases to which publicity can
not be successfully applied, then we
know we can convince you why. you
should not be convinced.
One of our representatives is in your
city every few days looking after the
interests of some of our present clients.
That is why we are advertising in this
newspaper to you NOW. .
We ask you to write today granting;
us an interview in your, office.' You
will in no way obligate yourself by
asking- us to call.
We are Issuing- a series of small book (doth
bound) covering' advertising; in all its phases,
which we send free to interested advertisers.
Lord & Thomas
NEWSPAPER - MAGAZINE - OUTDOOR
Laagebt Advertising Agency in America
Amruax.Voi.VMB Placxd worn Cunrra, a,000,CKHM0
bard has satisfactorily explained his po
sition during the campaign.
RAILROAD FOR ABYSSINIA
Treaty Nesratlated Which JSnsnres
Contraction ef the
ROMS. AuK- 11. Abyssinian despatches
received hers say . that King Menel'lc has
signed the Franco-Italian-Brltleh conven
tion, relative te railways to be conattucted
there, and that the convention will be com
municated to the parliaments of the Inter
ested states as soon as they meet.
The main festures of the treaty referred
to are a guarantee of the Integrity of the
Abyssinian empire,, the open door, and
commercial equality for all countries, and
the , continuation by the French of the
railway construction connecting Addis
A be be, the capital of Abyssinia, with the
coast. Great Brit Ian and Italy naming rep
resentatives on the railway directorate.
DATE FOR BRYAN'S ARRIVAL
Roaches Nsw York Ancnst SO and
Heme at Lincoln Sen
PARIS, Aug. .-Wllllam J. Bryan and
his party went In automobiles to Fontaln
bleau today where they visited the palace.
Mr. Bryan hopes to pay his respects to
President Fallllerea at Ramboulllet Mon
day or Tuesday.
He cabled C. W. Bryan, of Lincoln, Neb.,
today, fixing the date ef his arrival In
New Tork as August 30. He will visit New
Haven and, Bridgeport, August 31; Jersey
City, September 11; Louisville, September
13 and Cincinnati, September 13, stopping
at Kansas City on ths return trip.
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Fair and j Warmer Monday, Showers
nd Cooler Tnesday, for
WASHINGTON, Aug. U-Forecast of the
weather for Monday and Tuesday:
For Nebraska Fair and warmer Monday;
showers and cooler Tuesday.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair and warmer
Monday; showers and cooler by Tuesday
For Illinois Fair and wanner Monday
For North and South Dakota Fair and
warmer In east, cooler and showers In
the west portion Mondsy; showers and
cooler Tuesday. ,
For Wyoming, Colorado and Montana
Showers and cooler Monday; showers
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. Aug. 12. Official record of temper
ature and precipitation compared with the
corresponding day of the last throe years:
' IX. 19U6. 1904. 1902.
Maximum temperature.... 83 M 89 M
Minimum temperature.... 0 72 70 M
Mean temperature 72 7 80 , tn
Precipitation 00 .01 .00 .57
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1.
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature 74
Deficiency for the day 1
Total deficiency since March 1, 190S 189
Normal precipitation 11 Inch
Deficiency for the day 11 Inch
Precipitation since March 1. 1M6. .13.07 Inches
Deficiency since March 1, 19n.... 1. 76 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period 19H5. ... 3. 08 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period 1MM.... 3.12 Inches
That's the name of a new eigkty-page "'illustrated'
book just published by Rock Island-Frisco Lines.
It is of vital importance to you that you secure and
read it.' ' ,
The region described is unparalleled in its possibil
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, hired help is plentiful and cheap. .
If you knew Southern Texas you would
want to share in its tremendous wealth v ..."
and a 6mall share would soon make you independently
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in this remarkable country. ,
. . The book will tell you about it and a trip of inspec
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Your name and address on
full, details and a booklet.
a postal will bring 70a
This is too good to pass by, especially since it costs '' '
yon nothing to investigate. You will not regret 4 '.
having done, so. ( '
JOHN SEBASTIAN. Pass. Traffic Mgr. V
Chicago or St. Louis '.
Rock Island-Frisco Lines
Under Absolute Guarantee of
PAY U8 FOR CURES
We deslrs to reach ths coor as well as ths rich
man, and, by maklns our fee payable on easy terms,
we Increase our business and secure lasting; gratitude
from thousands who would otherwise remain aflllcte4
if it were not for thla liberal offer.
A LIFELONG CURE FOR
Under ear treatment tha eong-ested eon
aitlon soon disappears, ths parts are re
stored m their natural condition, visor
i,nZ trJnth, and circulation is rs-esub-tisned.
Reports frnsa Stations at T P.
Station and State
Cheyenne, pC cloudy ...
Davenport, clear .......
Denver, pi. cloudy ....
Havre, pt. cloudy
Kansas Ctty, clear ....
North Piatt, dear ....
Rapid City, clear ......
Bt. Louis, clear
St. Paul, clear
Salt Lake City, cloudy
1 p. m. Temp.
Ws cure stricture without the knife by
n application which acta dlrsoUy on
the parts affected, dissolving th stricture
ompltely. Our treatment la painless
and In nowlss interferes with your busl-
Contagloua Blood Poison
"T" Indicates trace of oraol Dilation.
U A. WfcUiH. Local ?Vrecatr.
It may be ia Its primary stage or it
may havs bn hereditary or contracted
in early days, thereby being constitu
tional. Ws cur all Its complications. W.
stop its progress, eradicate every vestlje
of poison from ths system, sod this with
out ths use of mercury or potash, .
We ear Ikia Disss sas. Blood raises,
Tarlooeela, Stricter, sTsrvoaa Veolia,
Weakaess, miss. Fistula, 3fyaroel and
Diseases ef the sciaaeya,' Bladder and
PILES. 5 Hemorrhoids, are small, vascular tumors situated at th lower opening
1 v . ? B'w' or rectum, and they have a most degrading Influenc on th
ft iVr? .?,,h- . w cur Plies without cutting; nor do we us Injurious ligatures
ii.kiJ f wfM' "nich treatment Is seldom successful. Our treatment Is saf and re
liaci and when you are dismissed by us you are cured for life.
t i? ofTr TO" T3MAX, taiATMUT, BLBCTmiO BKZtTS), WOBTK.
'ftB or other useless methods of treatment. Our ads era our own. and.
wnll others msv onnv ih.m k w t - - . w . . . . .
o not advertise cheap. Inferior treatment, but we give you all ths results of
s or pauenis.
for a fair fee,
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re 00 not advertise cheap. Inferior treatment, but we give you all ths
years of rip experience gained In th treatment of many thousands c
fre you our skill and ability In the treatment of diseases of men for
which may be paid In any way the patient desires. EBTBSTiaATS OtJB
NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
k Jiotweet Cvreer 18th and Fraac Bts Omaha, Neb