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- TTIE- OMAnA "DAILY BEE; "WEDNESDAY,; AUGUST 23, .1906V
.WITHOUT AN OPERATION ALL hinds
vi rues cared internal, external anno.
Needing or Itching tiiee. A guarantee
given la verv rasa Irani frit b lf. IHt1
well, b baa had twenty-fire years'
Perlenee In treating piles. Hundreds Of
teathnonlaM given n application. 6M Bee
bid., Omaha, Nab. Ifbene pousiee 1414.
ANT POOR GIRL in need of a' Mend ali
r writ to tn matron of M BaivatioA
Army Horn fur Woman at 624 N. Mia
O nana. Nab.
TRY KELLY'S Laundry. 'Phon Douglas
K - v-ki
DR. ROT, Chiropody, A. 1 at ft, 10 Faro m.
PRIVATE confinement home; - Mrs. Dr.
King, lull M Hat SC. Tal. WoUg. 166.
sine and Bhrui
Dyeir.g and Classing, Sponging and Bhrtnk.
Ins. only to par; yard, Baud tor prloo lis I
GOLDMAN FLEATI NQ CO..
MO Douglas hlook. TeX Douglas Hit
- , . .. . uttm
' Tat. Doug. 264.
'J4 aV UthSW .
PRIVATE noma during confinement. Mra.
Gsrdell, 221 Charles. f. Taj. . Doug. JIU .
THB BalTatlon "' Army solicits- cast-off
clothing; In foAt. anything yon dofc not
prod. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
Aniiwiiiu la the
worthy podr: CAU Phon Doug, IU and
wagon will oaU. . . -. . U ail -
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Erelghto Medioal Cvliege, 14th and
avenport Sta. - Special a liar. Hon paid
to confinement cases. All traatmant u-
Krvlsed by oollaga prolessors. 'Fbohe
ug- U67. Call anasarca day or ninL
THE City Oarbaga Co -Office, 14th and
Leavenworth Bis. . Tat Duugl&a 87.
. U 791
PRIVATE noma during confinement: ba
blea adopted; Tha Good Samaritan San
. Itarium, Jit Flrat Ave.. .Council Bluff,
la- Tel 77.4,, v, . ---i- ..,U-a
. SURVEYING, BUcltand.rIr,.IU Bnksias-
OMAHA StAQMnerar lnaUtU, Bmt bldg.
6TRINQE8. rubber rood a. by mall; out
rioaa. Beoa lot irea cataiugua. aayara
Ulou Dru Co.. Omaba. V 77 '
f A flM V.'TTfT OBTEOLOOT Mra. Rlt-
room i, aaoond floor, , , , U M427 a24 .
WE RENT aa wing aaoblnaa at II per
wni, wa aau aaconu-nana msuininaa
ud. Nabraalga Cyola Co., cortiar Uth and
Ha may. Tal. Duuglaa luO. . . U 77
DR8. VO&E1 prtvata hoapltal for woman
ana lor iata oatoro aoa aunng conaaor
UU fl. Ulh .Hi., v Omaba. Neb.
, U MOTu B17
ARCHITECT --0. Lk SroUna. all BaaBldg.
U 431 8 .
SHOULD BLANCHARDB ECZEMA
I1UJI not give apeedy or aatiaiaciory ra
aulte,- notify Prof. L. Bianchard, akta
ayoolallit, Minneapolia, Minn. Whola
alera auppr AU druggrldta.
. ; , . U-MA10810s.
Bwllh, lit M. la. M fix or.
U MKtt BU4X
1NINQ ROOM fox rent, esocllent location.
completely lurnianea, aong; nne Duninana,
U M717 2s
NTEEt Addraaa of Ha(u E. Rlcharda.
ormar location near Lincoln or Omiiii.
Milliner and drkaamaker. Alfred t). Rich,
MU, lMMl, fA4. V. f'W'f
- Tf ..II ' T T U7ilt
lEST narva'Viraiior t6r man. . "dray'a Nerr
rood Pllla" -Jor: Soatpatdr Bherman" i
McOonriell Drug Co.; Omaha." ' 77
DR. PRIES-.-e-eeiwiaeft rmn'a; tiraaaaea.
waaaneaaea, oioonargaa,- irrag-uiarttlea,
aurad . calnjeaaly ' And aafely. . .. Withhal)
.. Biocs, utn ana narnvy. room f, umui.
PILES Moat obstinate caaea . mured.
6ymmea Plla Remedy: ' Byi mall 0o.
oo i ll, Cincinnati, u. M- s
WONEY TO LOAN QHATTELS ,
, - v EVEJtVBODT NEEDS it:
And tha la' the place to oomo-and g it.
uon i let money aiana in in way oi en'
joying youraelf when it can be ao. eaaily
ODtainea at inis ouicaon nuiiwuLU
GOODS, PIANOS, HORbEb, WAUONB,
; PECIAL RATES ON ; SALARY , LOAN8.
We have a good proposition to offer, tboae
who w lab' money to tide them over vaoa-
tlon period. ..ca.il Ana. do convinced. . .
BELIABLE CREDIT ; CO, ,
. ' u K0'M Pazton Bloc. '
.' ;i- - X-M81A Ml
da wlthotiks bu what'a tbac
tiaet Mono at all.
" ' 'oq. your furniture, pianoa, Ura , ' k
atock and ether chatula. ,We'
; alau loan to peraona ateadlljr : :
- employed on their plain not
- without, endoraer. , .
jO ONE WILL KNOW '
you ever- had a loan, bealdea
" ( you have .uaa of both, money- '
f. ' EASY . PAYJklENTg - -
" t arranged to 'eult yovr Bual''"
,' LIBERAL. REBATE .J,
' ,tf pal4 net dra du.;
Omaixa Mortgage Loan Cor
lit Hoard ol Trade Jblda, Tel. Duuglaa X91
,v It trWMl'U )f. I..' i
VHATTEIA eaiary and Jewelry - loana.
m aar wu w wraam ta -
CR. - PRIBENOW'B PRIVATE . AIONKT
loaaad on lurnitura, plaiioa. aalary.
half the-ratal no red laoe:
'vacy; 1-nmedlate attaiiliwa; &u any taring
w aiiiad;. payiuenla. auapeuded in aaaa t
Bowea,:703 N.. Yl Life Bldir-
Advanpea private money on . chattele or
aaUry; ey to get; ne red tape; you gii
money aaiue ui "aau cor ai amall cuet.
Open aveuloga OH t. , x 71
i " 1 1
MONET LOANED SALARIED PlCOPug
ana uuiiri wiliioui avouruy; eney pay
menta. OfBnea In U prlnelpm xiaa. Tel
man, room ii.cnaw ora uxe Uldjr.
EAGLE LOAN OPriCBs reliable, aooora
modatlng: all kualnaaa oonUUentlal. XmI
uuuuh. , x jal
FURNITURE, Uve aloe, ealarv loana.
pull. Um Loan Co -nou a. Baraer
HUSK. .. . , - v ...... . JL iM
MONEY loaned on ula
noa, furniture, Jew.
eiry,, boraaa, oowe. at a.
CHATTEL and aalary loana.
Credit Ca. k.) Paaton block.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED .f-TO' BU , SECOND-HAND
FlBNITURA.: Wvae., aarpeta. dothma
and ahaes. Pay tha beat nrlcea TeL
wantkj iu Tof; ar' corb " And tot
buabtls lomatoee. Tela. Florence k and
a "W- , ,v Y filUMl tV.t -l?.
'. DOUGLAS COUNTY FAIRW-V
The lMtalea 4MMiatv-fair will b-heM
eptetnber ia. to Ovtebei A IKO. -Prainluiu
.i.i. can w nia 17 aillMI IDt limtla
f rintlnc Co.. lta Howard Bt.. or alJr..u
Horautry. u. w. uervey, tiea KMg.. I
Unaha, tlim U J
MONEt; TO LOAN-r-REAL ESTATE
QARVIN BRO&, 1104 Fsrnam, I and ft
par cant loa.na on realesijiu;, no
MONEY TO LOAN Payne laveatment Co.
WANTED City loana. Jid warrant a. i
rarnaca Smith Co.. UA i ernam 8L
.. ... . W
BUILDING loana on residence, property; t
per iDk vr o. 4naJM.iv, xvainae dib,
-. W 7B4
LOWEST RATES Be oi la, Pgiton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F U. Waad, 1MB Dou
. ' w-nr
11,000,000 TO LOAN on buatneaa . and real.
dence property in omana; lowest r.;,
no delay. Tbomaa VVennan. R. 1. N. Y.
Life. - - -v. W-7H
WANTED City loana. R. C Peters A Co.
-.. , ... .... WrW
City Ac farm loana. O. F. Carson Co., N.T.U
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
tnomaa, sue r im 'national' cmna: mag.
5,fl00 In tBoo andTfoo gmonntir ' M. 3. Kn-
nard dt Co., tw-N Brtva wivek-, w ai
. rr rr
WIRE AND. IRON .FENCING.
For lawn, garden pou'tr nd farm. Send
for large free cataJOgo. -uewrur price
. Omaha Wire and Iran Wanks, M-Sb-l,
Ii. 84th. Tel. DoUATii'i. . . . Bll
ANCHOR and Iron Fendngr Wire Fencing
o per loou BJa ft.. Kin Ht.,.'iek nea si.
- 4TS1 OS'S SSAdl
CHAMPION fenoea besU ttil 8. Mth. Doug.
LTNGSTAD HlSJJ Orkde IWi Calendara.
& JORVB, capliol AVe.;. .
WE HAVE a new press no Job. too Urge
or too small. Central Printing Co.
- . gag 8eDt 10
MADAME BUDDHA. ,
LEADING PALMI8T OF -OMAHA.
Eventful and truthful prertlotlona given.
, Call 111 B. Kth SI. Opp. boston Btore.
BUY plumbing- auppllea direct. Wholesale
prices. Bave on every article.. Only first,
class goods handled. Prompt attention
to every order. Send for catalogue. B. F.
. Karol. ttt barrlaon- St. Chicago. IlL
JOHNSON Institute, 41a iS,
DR. W. W. BOWSER, over 1500 Famam.
Tel. Doug.-eO. ,. ... . M356 Sa
LAW & COLLECTIONS
J. M. Macfarland. 101 T. U Bljig,- 'Tel.
Doug-, tt&l . . -TBt .
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED TO borrow $300 or 1,M0 hom.
money on ample, well rented residence
property In South Omaha, at 1 per cent,
Address N-67. Bee. r V-147
PATTERNS cut , to measure. McDowell
system of dressmaking, taugnt. -. iva r-ar
nam. e-Mftllf 87
RAILWAY iTlME'CAlJI) .,,
UalOH gTATION TKATfl ASD MARCY
( . i i ,'"'T'f'-.rTT
PaotSo. ' - -'
.....-., . Leave. Arrive.
?verland UmlteC t:) axn-a 1:11 pnj
he China -and" Japan - .-'
Faat Mall a 4:11 pm al io pm
Colo. A CaUf. Ex a 4:15 pm : aro
Callfornia A Ore. Ex. .a 4:16 pm a 1:10 pm
lom Angalea Limited. ...all:S0 tm (10:41 pm
Fast Mall ........ ho-., a 1:M pm 1 10 pra
Colorado Special.... a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Looal.....a S:10 am a 4 60 pm
Beatrice. Lpoe! b t:l pm b IrOt pm
Chleagio, Haalt lalaaA as faalBa. --
Leav. ' Arrive.
Chicago Limited .-...-..-.a t.lb am a IM am
Iowa Local .....M.,s..a 7:0w am a4 M pm
Chicago Mail a I I am alO lO pm
Iowa Local nlljv pra Vt:Upm
Chicago (Eastern Exp.)-a 4 A Pm. A 146 pm
Chicago Uowa Lunited.a 4: pm Altai pm
Rocky Mountain Llm..., T:t9 am t:15 am
Colo. A Cal. Exprsaa.,.a, 2:0t pm a 1:6 pm
OkL A Texaa Ep.......a 4:40 ptn ali: pm
Colorado Fast Mall ....al0:l ptrf a 7 Jt am
a dally: ' b dally except Sunday.
Cklaak Ciaal'WaWtoraw ""..' .'
St. Paul- A Minneapolia. 1:30 pm 7:19 am
St. Paul A Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11:60 pm
Chicago -Limited -.....,. 6:40 piu IKiOam
Chicago Expraas 7:4 am ,11:60 pm
Chico Express .....i. ' tM pra ' J:10 pm
.Waba-ak. : '.-' : '
St. Louis Express.... pm. at s-0 am
SU Louis Local (from . .
Council Bluffs) ..a l:U am" aiO:a) pB
Staabarry Local irom ... .. -
CouncU BluOa) , b 6:00 pm. bU:J0 am
Ckloaaa. MUwSike A t. raaL '
ChL A Colo. Special... .a 1 Ak am a 71tt am
California A Ore. fcj-.a.t:46 pm a 1:10 pm
Overland Limited .......a 1:36 pm a .M) am
Marion A Cedar R. Loc.b 1:46 am ail:0 pm
Miaavarl PaclAa. . -
St. Louis Kxpraas a 1:00 am
K, C. A BU U areaa..aU;U pm
a : pa
Ukteat A Sortatwoatara., ... ... ..r--
Cedar Rapids 'Paf...,a J:6 am a 1:06 pm
twin City a-xpreaa ....a7:aoam alu:0u pm
Chicago Vajriiaht ....,a I.IAl am aU:la 'pm
Chioao Lpuat ail.j am ti.u
Sioux City .Local .....i.b .6o pin a : m
Carroll Local a A.U pin a :M am
Bloux City Local ..'.i..-.fti..c t 1:46 put
Chloago ikxpreaa ........a 6:6u pin a i:Ai am
Faat Mall J... ...... w..A-. pm il km
Fast Mail .v!v, -j-.-r---A ija ru
Twin cuy Limited' ...a :SA pra a7:iakm
Ovailanu Limned a t: pni ' u6 aia
.'Chicago Lliujted ....... .All:) pm aU;16 am
NorloiA-iJunBaieol a J. 40 am' aio.46 am
Llncoln-Loiig f ina ,.,..bT:40 am bluest am
Dcadaood-Uinaulnl t ll-iia alr.ua pm
Caapar-BhoalioiU l.UU pm a 6:u6 pm
Haatlnga-Buperlur !....'. :0w pin 1 b 6:u6 pm
Fremone-Alolpn' , b :ui pm bll.4 pm
a Dally. t Lially axoapt Sunday. .. .
lUiajvaa Caar. - rr g r (i- ry . .
Chicago Kxpreaa ...'.....It 1:00 am A't:6t Dim
j-lucaao Liiuitad ......i.a :tvpm a 7 JO am
URUNQT9II TATWSlOth. ft M4f OS,
u,1..VAk. ' V!TI.- ' '"'-A . i
- n . . '. .'.. .,, Arrlva. ..
Denvac A CaiUojcniA.i.tw pm a 4.A pm
Ulack Hills .......... a-Vi.&in,'A pm
Northwest Special ......a 4a0 pm a .u ain
KtirUwMi hipiifaa ,ali..W ym k 6.u pm
New-Sana fcpa ....A t.m am A.Laj ia
Nabiaaka Local ....a ; am
Linculu Local' I. ...... . 'a :u6 am
LuiowUi al ATii.......b : f .m aii.ju in
Ft. Crook PlattenVh..b l:apm W J Ci
baUavua -av. plaliBiavaain,.a Mta
Denver Lwuilad . y .r "a. 1 aa am
Bi-avuauk Jr-au. J una,.. IM ant.'ai.M am
bailavuo A fo JuiK-.a jf.W km a Lea p
Cntcago. special .a 7:A am a 7:A am
Chicae--Wee - put al.Aapia
Ciiicago .rlf. u.n.....a A pm tJkkm
lowa l-cAit a su am aiv w pm.
at. Auia a.apraaa .m pm aiia) am
kanaaa Ciiy-su Joa....alU s pm. a 4.46 am
Kansas Cuy-Bt. ioe-M.a 1. 16 am a t.lt pm
Kacsaa Ctiy-Bt. Joe.... .a 4.6 pia ,,y..
-SEBtXEB OEPOTT-lSul Jt $LiimL.
Chlaaa-a. ,.tL .fraal. JtiaajkapaJle-
' Oaa.aAa. .
' . Laara. Arrlva,
Tvta City PasseAgar.ub t.l aaa bf'lflpm
Bloux Clty Paaaeugar.A 1 wJ.pm J lit
amersna Local .....M,..b !: nu i Ala am
L Euiaeaoar Local w...rS t,,4 Am ,f 6.60 M
- a Daur " PWlr ascept 'Sunday.' 'A? Datl
axecot' Saturday, a BuftOaVunLr: a L,ilV
fexcett MoRday. ; ; v-- . ' .r- - .
r -. - - ... . ,
rr n-rr.ar-aAjSB.-s a t rv,
GRIFIT , Aaaaal Oralaes Feb i
BOILf i.i 'M.tluAavl, by cbartared bk "Ara-
010.- is,uu tona 1 Tours Mound the Morld.
F. C. CLARK. at way, N. t.
NEWS v OF - INTEREST FROM IO WA
RESTivURAST MEN ARE HELD
Froprietort of Oklumtt to Aniwer for Vio
latiac Civil Eicatt Ltw.
ACTION IS BROUGHT BY GEORGE YOUNG
Walter TeetlSea He Wae Ordered Not
tw Serve The as on Aeeowat of .'
Their Color Cneo Agrnlaat
Peter Hartwlg apd L. Jensen, proprietors
of fthe Chlufnet feaUurAiif. charged with
lngrlngment of civil rights in refusing to
serve a meal to Mr; and Mra. George
Young, colored, of the city, were yester
day held by Justice Gardner to await tha
action of the grand Jury, their bonds. being
placed at 1300 each, which they furnished.
The charge against K. ;W.Uon, , a waiter
em-ployed In the restaurant, was dismissed.
It .being shown fnat he wsi merely nn
employe a'nd was acting under orders from
tha , proprietors. , t - -- -.
Monday when the esse was called the .de
fendants demanded a Jury and one was Im
panelled, but ajfter the Arrorneyg had ,made j
their openlnt; statements .the hearing was
continued until Tuesday afternoon. When
the Hearlnf Was resumed yete"rday counsel
for the Complaintrig witnesses' discovered
th alleged offense was an Indictable -nile-demeanor
and that the defendants under
the circumstances, were not entitled ' to a
Jury, it being for the court alone to deter
mine whether thore was sufficient evldenco
to warrant binding them over to the grand
When the attention of Justice Gardiner
wsa called lb 'fli'ls' fal. "he at once1 dls
m lived '. the 'vjury and proceeded -with the
hearing-.' The evlde'rice wits somewhat con
flicting. That of the waller, Watson,' wia
to the effect, that he;, had told the conw,
plalnants they couldjnot be served on ac
count of their color., Evidence was offered
by the defense that the .reason Mr. and
Mrs. Young had been refused service wsa
because aine was over, '"but this particular
te-ttlmony waa somewhat upset by another
witness, who testified than ah . offer to
serve the Young party In the kitchen or
a "back dining; room" had been made.
At the close of the hearing Justice
Gardiner annonnred thaifthe evidence left
little douht ,in' "ils ' mind, but that . the
complainants had been refused service r-n
account of their color end that belnf the
case. It was one for the-grand Jury to
wrestle with. The case has, attracted con
siderable attention and the court room waa
A- Metaaar A Cn. :
New Location of Wholesale Bakery,
tl Mynster Street, Co. Bluffs. la.
Home-made Bread a Specialty, --1 v
-tyidttora WalcomA.'"' ' .'.'.''
Bwanson Musloi company, (. 40?,: .West
Broad way--the, place 'Where' you -wrll Stid
a splendid Assortment of jjlanos to aHect
from; ' Conovera,- Cables, -.Sohubert-" anil
Kingsbury' !au clean, -HeW g-oodsi Price'
gnd ierms' to. suit every person.. Wa' thlnt
It a-goo house to -deal 'With.'-,
Chance to SeerCroaln'a. .
. tnow looks as if compTaJhtji-Of resident
In' that '"vlc)-Wy and otheYif relattv ia tha
crossing of tjie. Great '.."Western' rllfpa'd" li
Woodbury-avenoe would- receive attention,
at.th hns of. the, tate; ralli-Oad cofnml
toneraw. '.4 .
Falling to' get-the city -council to . take,
any action la the matter th,e attention of
the Board of County- 'Supervisor wis
called to it. The supervisors recently- took
the matter up with- the railroad commis
sioner ' 'and yesterday County Auditor
Cheyne received a communication from. Ed
ward A. Dawson, chairman of the commis
sion. In which he stated that1 the eommls-
PROPOSALS FOR FLOUR, . OATS,
Dried Fruit, Etc. Department of the
Interior,' Office of Indian Affairs,' Wash
ington, D. C, August, 7. 10. Sealt-d
propoaala, plainly marked on the outside
of the envelope, 'Proposals for flour, oats,
dried fruit," etc., as the case may be, and
Addressed to the '-Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C," will be re
ceived at the Indian office until. 2 o'clock;
p. m. of Thursday, September It, 104,
and then opened, for furnishing ' the
Indian service with canned;:' tomatoes,
cornmeal, .cracked wheat, dried fruit, feed,
flour, Viomlny, oats, and rolled- eats, rtnr
ing the fiscal year' ending June 10, 1907,
Blda must be made, out on . government
blanks. Schedules giving tha necessary
Information for bidders will be furnished
on application to the Indian office, Wash
ington, D. C; the U. S. Indian warehouaea
at New York City, Chicago, Jlk, St, Louis.
Mo., Omaha, Neb, and Ban Francisco, Cal.;
the commissary of subsistence. U. S. A.,
at Cheyenne, Wyo., the quartermaster,
U. 8. A., Seattle, Wash., and the postmas
ters at Tucson, Portland,- Spokane and
Tacoma.... The. department , reserve tb
right to reject any and all .bids, or any
part of any bid.
C, F. LARRABHE, Acting Commissioner.
CHIEF. GTARTERMABTER'S OFFICE-
uouuia, xocnraaaa, August ui, iu veajea
propoaalSi In triplicate, will be received here
ana i-wuariermaater at tne post n,
herein,' until 10 a. m..-central standard time.
August-3. IW. . for furnishing oats, bran
and straw- during: the fiscal year -ending
June 0. 1WJ7, at Fort Waahakle. Wyoming.
Propoaala -for -delivery at other: plaoeo wil
bo entertained. United . Statee . reserves
right to rejuct or accept any or all pro.
poaals or any part -thereof.: Information
furnished on application here, or to Quar
termaster at Um station named. Enyelopes
containing pry poaals should bA . marked
"Propoaala for Forage, and addressed to
Captain THOMAS 6 WOBE,-Acting- C. Q.
M. . AH-15-W-17-28-JB
. ' NOTICE, TO CONTRACTORS. !
Sealed bhls Will' be' received ar the office
of the city clerk' of York Nebraska until
II no o'clock noon, on the toth day of September,'-
ISiot, . for the paving- and curbing
in paving distaU-t No.. L Inclucllag all pXca.
vatlon, pipe sewers, sewer Juueta and maa
holea In connection therewith, according
to the plana, and, apecincatUma on file in
the ofHoe of the city clerk of laid Oiy.
Tna. approxlmAta amount .of said work
la aa follows: ' ' .
Vltriftd brick; or." block paving. Yi.000
square; yards. . .
IzXl concrete ctirh, I .lot lineal feet' '
6x16 coacrata -c u r b. too lineal feet.
1 manholes, 1 vertical teela
T sewer - Inlets.
It Inch sewer pipe, 4fl0 lineal' feet.
I II Inch, pipe sewer, 6UU lineal feet.
It Inch pipe sewer, 7() lineal feet.
The engineer's estimate of the coat of
this work Is as follows:
Brick or block paving-, ens year guar
an tee. C . per square yard.
Brick or - block paving, five ' year guar
antee,. I3.1S per square. yard.
61 '"0 concrete curb, iOo per lineal ft.
Ixlt concrete curb, 46c per lineal ft.
Manholes, 6400 per vertical fU
1 hirer Inlete, 13 each.
-11 frtfh pipe sawer, 70e per lineal ft, "
' 16 Inch- -pipe aewer, toe per lineal ft.
It Inch aewer pipe, tl 10 per lineal ft.
' Extra grading, c ner enbte yard.
- extra concrete, M mi per eubio yard.
1 , F.tra broken atone In place, 1 par
-. n. 1 riw. PT1
t.itra sand In place. 11 J per cubic .yard,
neaauinn nrn, .iaa-pvr linear loot , . n r
The city reserves the. right -to. reject any.
and all bids, or waive any defects -.
; ty. v City Clerk.
By order of the city council.
slon had. taken up the matter. of the Wood
bury avenue crossing with the officials of
the Great Western railroad and If a fa
vorable adjustment was not reached tha
commission would then confer with the
It Is nearly two years since the residents
In the vicinity of Woodbury avenue first be
gan their caxnpala-n for a safer crossing
over the track of the Great Western. Bev
eral accidents have occurred at this cross
ing and two persons have been killed.
Mast Ba Said.
" Must sell dwelling. Has five rooms, city
water. It on car line and renta for St pe
month? always rented. Tel. 81. Charles T.
Offlcer, St Broadway.
Have your rooms papered and your house
patfited In and outside. This Is Just the
time'-iif .' tha year. You. will get It done
tight and at the rlgl-t price. Borwlck, Til
South Main St. , .. .. . .
All persons' knowing themselves to be
Indebted- to Duncan A.Dean or tha Duncan
8hoev company ere .requested .t,o call and
settle at once.
MALONEY'S ' NEW
PEARL ST. .
N. Y. Plumbfng Co. Tel. it. Night L9S.
SE AKTHIEF MISSES
FlnSs Occopaat of' Room Awake
When 'He Bote re.
While C.B. Slevert,- 'Northwestern oon
ductoc. was taking .a. np yesterday after
noon In his room fn the Grand hotel.' his
door was opened by a man who, on seeing
Sievert, 'enquired the way to the toilet
room. Mr. Rtevert at once recognlied the
man as the same person who a week ago
had entered his room In a similar manner
and asked the same question,' finding the
room occupied. While talking to the man
Mr. Sievert. managed; to touch the electric
call bell and his call was responded to by
A bell boy named Fisher. Mr. Sievert told
the boy to take the arrangeV doWiv stairs
to Mr. Park, the chief clerk. Young Fisher
escorted the than down the jback elevator.
On reaching the rear oil tTie' clerVa office
the man made A -dash for the door leading
Into the alley between the- hotel and the
Rerard. , .
Mr." Park, the che( clerk, made f. rtaah
for the fellow and succeeded In catching
his coat .tails before he got out of the
alley onto First avenue, but Was unable to
retain his hold. The bell boy. Fisher, with
Mr. Park," took up the pursuit west on
First' avenue. In which (hey were Joined
by Reed Fllcklnger, son of Attorney A. T.
Fllcklnger, who. happened to. be passing.
The fellow ran Into the barn at the rear
of the house, 108 First avenue, and from
there Into the house. Captain O'Neill of the
police force was soon on the scene and waa
shortly followed by Detectlvea Weir and
Callaghan. A thorough search of the prem
ises was made, but the fugitive was not
to be fonnd. , ' .
' Three strangers, giving 'the names of
William R. Lowe C. C. .HAtch and A. B.
Hatch, found In the houes:-were taken to
police headquarters and grtt being- held for
, Investigation. . r'i vbT
r Lowe and his wife and the two Hatches
are said to have coma tor1 Council Bluffs
from St. Paul about' a WeVk ago. They
are said to be street fair and carnival fol
lowers and Intended conducting a ahootlng
-gallery And other. .slrnllaV&ncesslons at
the street fair-hare next wftk.v; . .
I The' mat) found. m the hot al when taken
by tha bell boy before: MK.f'ark And be
fore he -made his dash for WHjrty said hla
name was Brcrw'n and that 'he was look
ing fox a certain well' knoVn local aport
who ' had roomed at: tha hotel-about flv
weeks fgo... He clalmed:to Be employed In
one of the club room on 'Broadway.. ' A
he dashed down-tha. alley Ms hat fell off,
and . this ) . now'' In ' posson' of the po
lice. -The hat -bear the, narne .of a Sioux
City firm and strengthen- the belief of
the police that' the fellow is a former
Omaha crook-who was .recently In Jail In
Bloux City for breaking end entering. Tha
fellow, who I well known "to .the police,
la an all around crook, hotel worker and
sneak thleX' If Is known that he had been
In Council Bluffs on and oft during the last
four weeks. When giving the name of
Brown to Mr. Park ha said he roomed at
M First avenue, the house which young
Fllcklnger said he entered.
The house at tot First ' avenue Is con
ducted a a rooming; and boarding house,
but the woman who. occupies-It denied any
knowledge of tha fugitive.', ;:
Investigation ahowed that the fellow had
entered several rooms In the hotel before
coins' Into that of Cohduefbr Sievert, but
aa faras could -be learned: last night nothing
waa missing. .
'" If you ara looking forward to your sum
mer's otitlnr you will ed a trsa-vacation
necessities; If you are going camping with
small party you will want a few delica
cies; If you ar going- to' a plcnlo you will
want- your basket filled with, ."good things
to eat.'.' Sandwiches, olives,, pickles, cakes,
eheeae, fruits, a cold bottla of ginget ala
or root beer la fact McAtee has every
thing' necessary to fill a dainty lunoh
basket and the best tha market affords.
' For Imported wines, liquors and Bud
wslsor beer go to L. Rosenfeld, wholesale
llquotN dealer, 61 South Main street.
NEW LOCATION, 11
' Licenses lo wed were Issued yesterday to
4he following:" ' " ' ' ' '
Name and residence:
C H. Robertson, Denver, Colo..'.,.
Clara Bourn, Modale, ia. ...........
Ml. C Heater, umana...
Ida Yortr. Omaha
F. M. Walker, Mexico. Mo..
Carrie M. Anderson, Omaha.
;t,809 acres gcod farm .land in eastern Colo
rado, $8 per acre and up; no Irrigation re-
1 quired. CAa raise all klnda of small grain
ana pcn. . a lew gooa noraesieaaa join
vur landa. Send for printed matter. F. C.
Lougte, IM Main street, Council duffs, la.
"i THB MOST UP-TO-DATB RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Calu
met restaurant, lit Broadway.
Stalon Waleh Laeatod.
Tha residence of L. W. Otto, at tot Eighth
avenue, waa entered on the afternoon of
July i. during tha absence ot tha family,
by a sAeak thief who secured a watch,
valued at 117, tha property of Mr. Otto.
Recently It wa learned that tha watch had
been pawned Ja St. Joaeph by a man giving
tha name of George Garrteon. While Oaf
riaon la unknown to tha local authorities.
Assistant Attorney Ross filed yesterday In
GC AVENGER WORK
I haul Send animal a, 11. at par haaA
Garbasa, aanaa, man
ura aa au raa-
-taab; ciaAa vaults sad eaaapoola.
work dona la s-uaraalaaA.
Caila proiupliy attended tA
'Phona, Red U7A
V J. a SHERLOCK
the superior court an Informat'on charging
George Garrison with larcenly from
building. Tha prospects, however, of cap
turing the thief are believed to be alim.
Wher Snail I Bay My Oreeerlesf
We answer this question, first,
where prtces arb right; sec
ond, where thb goods arb fresh
and first class; third. where
tou will receive courteous and
honest treatment. we fullfil
the abovb requirements in ev
ert rebpect. give us a trial or
der and we arb sure you will
be our regular customer. john
OLSON, 7St W. BROADWAT.
Grsad Aaaex t haaaea Hand.
Article of Incorporation of the Park
Realty company of Council Bluff were
-filed for record . yesterday. , The Incor
porator are H. W. Binder, V. L. Trey nor,
D. W. Bushnell, C, M. ,Harl and, E. VV.
Hart. - The capital atock Is placed at 1B.00)
and the corporation was formed to pur
chase the property known aa the Grand
Hotel Annex, the sale of which to the Park
Realty company has been consummated,
the consideration being. 116.000. '. ,
This property wa owned by several
eastern banks which held the debenture
loans Issued by the' firm bf 'Klmbnlt A
Champ, which built .the Grand hot el. and
the Annex. - The Annex, contrary to gen
eral belief, never formed part of the Grand
hotel .building although the third aa.l
fourth floors of the building open Into the
hotel and the two structures are connected
with an archway on First avenue. . The
third and fourth floors have generally been
leased to the hotel. For several year
past LTRenard has leased the Annex and
its name was changed to The Renard. -
It Is understood .that E. W. Hart has
leased the building from the Park Realty
company and will take possession as soon
as Mr. Renard' lease expiree, which will
be In ninety' days.
GREEN AND NORFOLK FURNACES
GIVE THE BEST SATISFACTION. ASK
PEOPLE THAT USE-THEM, L Y WILL
TELL YOU WHAT THEY AUK. F. A.
SPENCER, 161 BROADWAY.
CENTRAL" FLOUR tl.lt. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phones 24.
d.-i rata T........
Heal r.atate i-ransiere.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
August 28 by the Potts wattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Clara Munger Evans to W. H. Dixon
northeast quarter of southeast quar
ter 28-76-44. w. d t fc.OOO
J. W. - Squire- and wife to W. A.
Stewart, lot S and part of lot 4 in
block 6 In McMahon, Cooper A Jef
feris addition to Council Bluffs,
la, w. d 4.U00
J. W. Squire and wife to W. A.
8tewart. lot 15 In block 6 In Potter
A Cobbs' addition to Council Bluffs,
la. w. d 1.000
Jay Smith , and wife to Fred J.
Hole; lot 3 in block z in nan
cock, la. w. d ,
BenJamln-Fehr Real Estate Company
to William H. and Hannah A.
Baker, lot 21 in block 11 and lot t
In block 12 In Ferry addition to
. Council Bluffs. Ia. w. d
Interstate Really company to Jay
Smith, lot 6 in block N In Perry s
second addition to Council Bluffs,
la- w. a........
Bonjamln-Fehr Real Estate company
to. F. T. True, lot 16 In block 87 In
central subdivision In Council Bluffs,
Ia. w. d. -....'.... ..'.r
Agnes Folsom ; to Banjarhln-Fehr
real estate company, lot 16 In block
17 In central subdivision In Council
Bluffs. Ia. s. w. d. '.....
Mary C. Rapplne and husband to ,
Theodore Gulttar. lofl In block 11
In Jackson's addition to Council
Bluffs. la.Uq c.'Nl...v..i...J.u.r..,,..ji.J.
Iowa Townslte cqrnpaoV ,to-FulleftOn v
Lumber company, lot I n block 11
In Bentley, la, .w. d.... i- .
James G. McGeath et al.. to Benja- .
min-Fehr Real Estate company: lot
1 In Block 87 In central subdivision
In Council Bluffs, Ia. q.-c- d.
Eleven transfers, total
Wonderrnl Departure -In
tove construction. Have you seen'ltt
On exhibition at our store. Cole' new
high oven range. Pries, 122.60. . It will In
terest you. Don't fall to see this wonder
ful stove. Paddock A Handschy Hdw. Co ,
41 So. Main St. Both 'phones 17.
Coat of Pa via at Aaaesaed.
The city council met yesterday afternoon
and assessed up the cost of the recently
constructed paving on South Ninth "street,
between First and Seventh avenue. It waa
found that the city would have to bear
11,606 of Jhe assessment, which will have to
be paid out of the general -Improvement
The council also met. as a committee of
the whole and went to Falrvlew avenue,
where, after looking the (round over, de
cided to recommend that the paving, at. the
terminus of the street opposite the end
of two lots be out out of the contract.
Another meeting of tha committee of tha
whole will be held Friday afternoon, but
there will be no meeting of the council
until the regular session, which - occur
Monday, September t, A .Monday Is Labor
day It ia expected the nesting Wlll . be
postponed until Tuesday' evening. -v.
For 8ala FnmMuro of twenty-room
hotel In good railroad division point. Price,
1100. Will rent hotel for tit 'on account
of alckness. Is full of 'boarders. Quick
sale.' Address D. 8. Kerr, 641 Broadway,
Council Bluffs. '
1 Woaaosi Give Bond for Aaeaalt.' 1 '
. Mrs. Mary Andrew and -Mrs, Dora M.
Archer, charged with assaulting Mrs. W.
P. Shspard and seriously. Injuring her, ap
peared .In .polio court yesterday : morning,
accompanied by their husband and attor
neys. Although Mr. Bhepard Is still con
fined to her bed on acoount. It Is said, of
; the beating she received, the defendants
! demanded an immediate hearing through
their Attorneys. An Information ' Was' ac-
g cordlng-ly aworn to by Chief ef Police Rich-
a mond and tha two defendant -thereupon
21 waived examination and were" bound over
to the grand Jury, their bonds being placed
si wuicn nmj mrniiuea.
SPECIAL ROCKER SALE. SEE SAM
PLES IN . OUR WINDOW, KELLER
FARN8WORTH FURNITUUE CO.
'Fwaata-atlaa of Cehool Books.
City Physician Rice believe that a s
precautionary measure against .-oontaglon
from Infectious diseases kll of the free
text books used In tha public schools of
this city should be fumigated periodically
and disinfected during vscatlon periods. In
speaking on this subject yesterday Dr.
Rica ststed his Intention to bring the mat
tar before tha Board of . Health at Ita
next meeting- whert ha will recommend that
hla so. great ion bo carried out before the
schools reopen on. Monday, September IS.
Cut prioa on framed pictures.
Alexander, tU Broadway.
Davis; drugs. .
Clarke, aodaa. '
Btockart se)ls carpetA .
Fins engraving at Leffert'a - ' ...
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust bear. !.
Get those new photos at Schmidt's,
plumbing tnd heating,. Blxby A Son. '
. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phono 17
Fluffs City Masonlo lodge -will meat to
night for work In tha -first aegrea.
I pay tit per ton tor cast Iron; mixed,
lt; stove, II, rags, lteo per lb.; rubber,
f4r; copper, 14c per lb.'. 4. Krtelman. 103
Main, both phones ttO.
" Woourlng Undertaking1 company. Tel tit.
"DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Oeorge Hoagldnd has the Kanaaa Shall
brick. All hard brick. Get his prices
See Stephen Bros, for fire brick add Art
Clay., sewer pipe, fittings and garden hose.
Ed. MrClellariA. charged with assaulting
Sidney Gibbons with a shovel, was dis
charged in Jualioe Field's court yesterdav.
GET YOUR GIBSON PICTURES
FRAMED WITH BEAUTIFUL FRAMED;
16 TO 60 CENTS, BORW1CK, 111 SO.
Wa wholesale Ice cream. .Shipped to ar.y
f art of the slate. Special prices to the r
ail trade. I Muccl, 211 West Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 164.
We have the finest line of sample monu
ments to select from In the west. - Bheeiey
A Lane Marble and Granite Works,
Kaut Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
F. M. Walker of Mexico. Mo., -and Carrie
M. Anderson of Omaha were married In
this city yesterday by Rev. Henry I. I...ng
at his office in the. county court house.
Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Ubell of Taylorvllle,
II . who have been visiting Mrs. Thomas
Rlshton, WU), leave for their home today.
Mrs. Ubell is a tain-sleter of Mrs. Rlsh
ton. Fall opening Western Iowa college, Mer
Hum block, Council Bluffs. la., atondav,
August 17. -Engllah. Normal. Bookkeeping
and Shorthand departments. Bend for n
cataloogues. UolV 'phones.
GIRLS WANTED AT WOODWARD'S
CANDY FACTORY. Do NOT APPLY UN
LESS YOU WANT PERMANENT WORK.
XV,,R5 M?"ILY '"it.-E WORK AND
GIRLS CAN EARN FROM M TO IS PER
Judge Mhc'y has snl word thst he will
hold a sosslnn of district court Saturday
morning, when he will make an assign
ment of equity cases for the August term,
the opening of which was recently post
poned to September 10.
Thomas Kern, aged i, died last evening
at Mercy hnnpltal where he was admitted
on order of City Physician Rice, a week
ago. The body was taken to the undertak
ing rooms of the Woodrlng company pend
ing disposition by relatives.
Fred .Frlt ke. Emma J. Frlcke and Al
bert J. Frlcke, who vere fined 4U and
costs In' police Court las: week as the re
cult of llneafence neighbor row with U.
H. Hamilton over a combination of thick
ens and tomatoes, have appealed to the
The following- Iced drinks and Ice croum
will be .served all this week at the Clark
Drug company's: Madja, frozen phosphate,
Siberian tllp, eldorado sundae, tropical sun
dae, Carmenflta kiss, southern, beauty,
American sundae and Greenland Iceberg
Frank ' Wells, employed at the Huber
meat market, will have a heaiina this
1 morning before Justice Gardiner on the
j charge of aesaulttng, Clarence Hendrlck.
I a cripple, wens, who was arrested yes-
( t?rdRy afternoon, gave liond In the sum of
160 for his appearance In court this morn-
Fred Foster, a lt-year-old bov llvlna at
2t26 Avenue B. Is to have a hearing In
police 'court tnls morning on the charge
of discharging fire arms within the city
limits. Foster with other boys of about
his age is alleged to have shot and killed
Several squirrels, 'which are protected by
Elward Ell wood, who was acquitted of
the charge of presenting a revolver at
Special Officer Frary at Lake Manawa and
later rearrested on the charge of carry
ing concealed weapons, had his hearing m
Justice Field's court yesterday, continued
to September 9. Jt Is understood the
further poe'.poiunent of the case Is but
preliminary to it being finally dropped.
The receipts In the- general fund of. the
Christian Home last week were 1139.20, be
ing IN0.80 below the needs of the week and
reducing the balance in this fund to 1647.65.
The. amount needed In the improvement
I and contingent fund for the remainder of
lW Is 16,0(10. In the managers' fund the
I receipt were 113.26. being till. 76 below the
nelOB OI luv wren iiiu uiiTicooiii
nclency in this fund to date td 1410.97.
Dr. Bert'Clark of the Clark Drug com
pany had bla first experience In police
court yesterday morning when he appeared
in answer to a charge that he had dumped
a quantity of superllous Ice cream In the
gutter adjoining his pharmacy. Dr. Clark
convinced the court that the dumping of
the Ice cream was purely unintentional
and that he had no oesice to impair mv
"'"1 .V" ' " ill .1 .l-ined
nvaim ul-hwi i.-ou..t.,nii.j. - ---s
that he had4 ca.use! the guster-to be cleaned
and the court flonoraoiy iukbi
Fremont t'onnty Polltlce.
; SIDNEY, la, ,W- 28. (Special.) The
date of the Fremont county democratic
county convention Is set for Wednesday,
SeDtember 26. Cadldate are beginning to
make their appearance. There are four for .
the office of recorder, wnicn is now nmo
by George" W.' Moore, a republican. The
sheriff., treasurer and school Superintend
ent are democrats and will doubtless be
renominated. All are serving their first
terms except the superintendent. Miss
Mattle Lee A. Lair, who was elected in
1101. There ' is no candidate - In sight
against Hon. F. M. Laird, the democratic
representative. The republican officials
will probably all be renominated. The
congressional convention meets August
21 In Osceola and Sidney will preaent the
name of Attorney J. 8. Estea, who as
pires to the position now occupied by Col.
W. P. Hepburn.
' "Ievva Woman Killed.
IOWA ' FALLS, ' Ia., Aug. 28,-(SpeclaI.)-Mrs.
J. W. Brewster w.is Instantly killed
here last evening In a runaway accident.
Mra' BreWst'er waa 71 years of age and
waa bringing some relatives to . town
to take the train for Arlsona. When near
the Illinois Central . viaduct on the South
Side the vehicle oontalnlng the party wa
struck by a runaway team that approached
from the rear. Mrs. Brewster waa thrown
out and struck on her head and shoulders.
She bled to death before assistance reached
her, A hemorrhage of the lunga resulting
from the concussion. Bhs leavea a husband
and two grown children.
.t - ' ,
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RECORD CROW D AT . TI1E FAIR
Old Soldiers' tnj Iriatt Out aa Attendatio
of About Fiftj lhotuaad. ,
NEBRASKA HORSE 00PED BEFORE RACE!
Convention and Reealve They -
boald Be Admitted to tha
Civil tervlre List.
DBS MOINES. -Aug. .-(8peclal)Th
attendance at the state fair today wa
about 60.000, which is an 'increase of about'
tf.uoo over the attendance of Tuesdsy last
year. Monday the attendance was f7.6ff7
and a year ago It was 21,108. All Indica
tions point to clear weather and with
j such continuation there Is every probabil
uy mat eacn aay s attendance win exceed
all former, records.. It would not sur
prise the n anagement of the fair If tha
attendance tomorrow equalled 100,000. Every '
railroad and suburban train today wa
filled.' This Is old soldiers' day and no
record 'whatever i kept of theif number.
They are admitted on their old soldier'
uniform or any other means of Identifi
cation thst'they carry and no"ecord made.
It I Mllmalni thai thara miara AOnO .04
soldiers admitted free- today .and Ht,4Q
chlldien. The paid admission were about
16.000. l-at 'year the paid admissions Were "
20,137. .Three old soldiers. , Watkins of
Monroe were overcome by etcknes -at tli
fair grounds todsy and were cared for at
the fair grounds hnrpital. .;' ..
Colonel M. L. Temple of Osceola,' Colonel
D. J. Palmer of WaslUngton. and Colonel
Clarke of Cedur Rapids were -the principle
speakers at - the old .Soldier reunion held
on the grounds, which was In every way
Judging the stock, and In all other de
partments, began yeatejday and la being
hurried through today. There Is- a. great
deal of difficulty being experienced In Judg
ing the horses and -cattle aa - the Judging
must be done In one pavilllon and the
number of exhibits this year makes It
difficult for the Judges tp get around with .
the work. It Is being done, however,. With
out friction. The cattle are Judged each
forenoon and the horse each afternoon.
The number of Judges are being: Increased
In order to facilitate the work.
The authorities are making every effort
today to locate John France of Johnson
county. He Is known-to be here' to attend
the fair. Hla brother. Jacob France, fell
down the stairs at his home last night at -Lone
Tree, la., and broke hla neck, result
ing; In his death.
T I Warren of Brooklyn.' I., wa oday
bitten In the calf o( the leg by a vlcloue
boar. He was In 'the.iwJne pens extmln- :
Ing the stock at the Uma; He was brdUght .
to the city for medical attention. .
Pave Connty Man Robbed.
John R. Lucas Of Page county w today
robbed of his wallet ' conlaJntng-. tt30, and .
the thief who took the money waa chased
through the business section of the afreet
and past the police station, and,rpade good
his escape. Lucas was at the-'corner of
Fourth and Walnut when the mart sliced hi
pocket, open and took. the, money., , Lucas
detected the robbery and rare the alarm,
and a chase followed. Other robberies have '
been . reported to the pollqe. George , It, .
Hill of Swan was robbed of $25.
I i j ' -,
Has n Champion Hot.
Twenty-five hundred - -dollars Is a pretty
good price for one pig,"-but, F. C, Chiles of
Fairfield this morning refused to take that,
aum for his boar, 8. T.' Perfection,.- The
animal r-an Just taken two. prises Jn the
rhamrdonShm class one aa the bett eh am
. 1 - - - .- . ,
pi0n Poland-China boar, any ace, and an
ror tne pest' or similar- cnaracrer Drew oy
U.. --l.ll.lln. -
.i i w r.ni ui .. - ... . f.i jH ,
The two same prixea for champion tow . .
were taken by John Francis A . Sons of
Lennox. - III., with their - chamnion aaw. :'
- Nobraaka Horso Dope-A.
Pickett, a race horse owned by Plerson
D. Smith of St. Edward, Neb., and en
tered In the state fair racea today was dls- -
... . J .... fc.-. J A ' 1 . -LI , . .
tui civii in itj uumi - wan I'murii ju.i ira
fore a race in which the horse waa entered.
The driver, a colored man named Young,
brought the horse out from tha barn' and
suspected by Its action that all, wa hot
well. Veterinarians were called and the
cause of the trouble waa soon discovered
and the horse relieved as much a possible.
He was . then allowed to enter the race,
but made no showing such M the horse
was capaoie ot. a young- negro wnora
Young' had befriended at One time wa us
pected and arrested and. eafched., Bom
of the drug wa found on the young; negro'
person. .' t .- '
. Paataaaatera Ar7 Here, , i
Hundreda of fourth-class postmaster of
Iowa are In the city today , to attend the .
annual convention' of tha association, Which .
la being held In tha federal court room.
President Charles O. Berry responded to
the address of welcome by Postmaster Mc
Kay of this city. The ' discussion And .
papera deal -with the work of tha post.'
master In the amall office. The assocla-
tion has previously taken a' stand for put- ''
Ing the postmasters In . tha civil service
and will' repeat their, resolution aln this
year. . , , , .'., . ,v .
M i -:.
: (' .-'
Cleanliness is essential
to healthfulness and
the first aid is
' i " " -
Its simple purity and sooth
ing qualities make it exquis
ite for Toilet and Bath, and
too it has the delightful odor
of natural flowers. . ..
S. Kirk 6c Co., Chicago
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