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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 190&
NEWS OF. INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 1 IYrl
READY FOR STREET FAIR
Gates of Fifth IntTitl' Ctrniral ta Be
Threwi Opan at 1 O'clock,
I0GRAM f OR THE fJRST TWO OAYS
Show , sal to
taasaally High ' Clas
With the exception perhaps of a few
i finishing touches' to some of the booths,
j everything will be hr readiness when th
! gates of the fifth annual street fair and
' carnival ara thrown ftpeti thla afternoon at
1 o'clock. The Parkef "Whit City" how
reached Council Bluffs yesterday afternoon
nd befordark a number of the attractions
were In place. Hundreds of persona visited
the grounds during the afternoon and even
ing and watched tha show men putting up
the various attractions. Tha free shows
thla year ara Mid to be of an -unusually
high clans, and there la plenty of them
Tha program for today and Tuesday la aa
Afternoon: 12:. concert by White City
tnd at carnival entrance; 1:00 to 1:45,
concert In the band aland by Covalt's band
of thirty piece; 3:00 to 3:30, Granada and
Fedora In thrilling high wire performance
n the park; 3:30 to 8:46, exhibition hitch by
:he world famous fire team, Jack and Jim;
1.46 to 4 a,-Beautiful Bagdad; f .K to 5:46.
t-oncert In band stand by Covalfa famous
Evening: 8:30 to 7:00. concert by White
C'lty band, at carnival entrance; 70 to 8:15,
Concert in band stand by Covalfa famous
tand, accompanied by naval moving picture
ahow; 8:15 to 8:80, exhibition hitch by the
world famous fire team. Jack and Jim; 8:00
.to 10:4f. Beautiful Bagdad; 10:48 to 11:15.
Granada and Fedora In thrilling high wire
performance with - fireworks accompani
ment. Whlta City annulments: Hales tours;
Vesuvius in eruption and the Ban Fran
cisco earthquake; creation; novelty theater;
ferrls wheel; carry.ua-all.
Carnival attractlona: The big bat: penny
arcade; three-legged calf; German vlllake.
. Aa at each of the' preceding street fairs
tha ticket taker have, been selected from
members of the .Elks' lodge and Commercial
club, who have volunteered their' services.
Tha fallowing la tha assignment of ticket
taker for today r " v '
Afternoon; Bagdad, M. F. Rohrer; crea
tion, JI.A Waddlngton; Veauvlus, H. V.
Battey; novelty theater, 1. A. Caper;
' Male's tours, A. P. Fair; carry-ue-all, T. J.
fihugart; bat, Charles Paschal; burros,
Richard Green; around the world, F. B.
Lidgett; ferrls wheel, 8. B. Bnyder and Tom
Maloney; -gate. Eel Canning, George Wine,
J. J. Ferguson and F. U Reed.
Evening: Bagdnd, F. ' T. True; creation,
Ous Hlnrlrhs; Vesuvius, A. C. Brown;
novelty theater, James Bradley: Hale's
lotira. A. V- Frushr carrv-us-all T. O.
Turner; bat, . a. Kon'gmacher; burros,
James Mulqueen and Will Helser; around
the world, Ir. P, J. Montgomery; ferrls
wheel, N. M. Little and K. L. Bmpkle;
gates, Fred Empkle. W. O. Cheyne, H. 8.
WIlHon and-Joe MaUack. . .
Where Shall I Birr My 4?roerlet
WB ANSWER THIS QUESTION, FIRST.
WHERE . PRICES .ARE RIGHT; SEC
OND, WHERE THB GOODS ARE FRESH
AND FIRST CLASS; THIRD, WHERE
YOU WILL RECEIVE COURTEOUS AND
HONE8T 'TREATMENT. WBFULLFIL
THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS IN EV
ERT RESPECT. GIVE US A TRIAL OR
DER AND WE ARE SURE TOUWILL
BErtfCH afiftcXXR 'CUSTOMER. TOHN
OLSON, W. BROAD W AT.' 1 '' '
THE MOST r-TO-DATB RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE AND HOKE COOKING. Th Calu
met restaurant, tit Broadway.
" ' ,1
CENTRAL FLOUR$l.l$. Every aack
warranted Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phone 24.
N. T. Plumbing- Co. Tel. 35. Night L8$.
GOLDS! WEDDING CELEBRATED
Mr. aad Mr; l.everett Ohsorva Aaal
, veraary with Dlst Family Party
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Leverett. who re
cently returned ,. to this city from San
Francisco, celebrated their fiftieth wed
ding anniversary Saturday evening aX the
horn of their daughter, Mrs. Bell San
ford of Grant' street. In fact th cele
bration waa a three-fold on aa. In ad
dition to tha occaalon being th fiftieth
wedding snnlvetaary -of tbe parents. It
' th tenth wedding annlverssry of
their on-lit-tawMaiid daughter. Mr. and
Mra. A. W.v Augur of Chicago, and th
thirty-ninth birthday anniversary of their
aoa, W. 3. Leverett oi this city. j
Of the six surviving children, of Mr. snd
Mrs. " Leyeref't, flv wer present In ad
dition to" other relatives. Frank L. Lev
erett. th son who .was recently in San
Francisco and, who after th earthquake
snd firs, removed ,to Portland, Ore., was
unabl to be present. '
Th memberaf the smily preent were:
Mrj and Mr. J. W. Leverett, th brother
of Mr. Xwrrett,v George Leverett. wife
and daughter. Mis Irene Leverett, of Gd.
warden, , 111., Eben T. Lvrett of Den
nark, la., and slater of ' Mr. Leverett,
Mr. E1U Staver, jf Salem. Neb.. Mra.
Sarah Jennings of Btarer, Neb.. Mrs. John
Abbey and husband of Halfway, Kan.,
tnd tho children- of th principals," W. J.
Leverett. wlf snd son. Jamie, of Council
Bluffa, Mr. and MrS. Allison W. Augur
nd daughters, Marlon snd. Leila, of Chi
cago, Mr. and Mra. Fred E. Leverett and
two children of Harold. S. D.. Mr. snd
Mr. T. F. Leverett' and aon, Thomas, Jr..
Of Watsruwn. 8. D., Mrs. Bell San ford
and son, Raymond, of .thla city. . Jam
W. Leverett and Mlas Harriet . M. Tie
del wer married September 1 In Warren.
111. " ::
If you are looking forward to your um
mra outing you will need g few vacation
necessities: If you are going camping with
small party you will want a fw delica
cies; If .you are going to a plcnlo you will
want your basket filled with ."good things
to eat." Sandwich ollvsa, pickle, cakes.
che, fruits, a cold bottle of ginger at
w uut br la fact UAt; has ever?
thing necessary to fill a dainty lunch
basket and, th oet th market sftords.
Tha reason why Hafsr doe th business
la that be delivers the good to your
n safest station at th' least cost.
For Imported win, liquor and Bud
weiser hoar g ta L. Roaenfsld. wholeaale
liquor dealer, alt South Main treeL
special rocker 8 a lb. see ba5.
plks in ocr Window, kellxr
farnsworth furniture co, '
CoaaeU Moottagf Tsiujit,
Tha -ragvlar monthly session of th city
council U scheduled for tonight. . tut It
being Labor day the meeting will. It I
xpoeUd, aa ta former year, be post
poned to Tueedav night ' Mayor Macrae
being absent at Fort Rllay with the hos
pital eorpa. It looka as If ths proposed
lighting contract' with tha CI tl sens' Oaa
and Klactrlo company will have to b
held hack uatll hla return.' Th commit
to an a re aad light, now thst CouncTTRuin
Touaaarsaa ana returned from Oermany.
la a4rla to b randy, to submit It
Bt- Tel. 48.
report. together with ths contract and a
recommendation that asm be permitted.
While never 1 of the councltmen are ans
ioua to dispose of thla matter, which
ha a been pending for- aeveral month. it
waa stated yesterday that likely consid
eration of tt would be postponed until the
mayor returned. Engineer Kierated ha
returned from North Platte, and It la poS,
alble that ha may aubmlt, through the
pedal committee on water worka, a par
tial report of nil work up to date.
Swanson Music company, 407 Wear
Broadway tha place where you will find
a splendid assortment of piano to select
from. Conovers, Cables, Schubert and
Kingsbury's. All olean, 'new goods. Pride
and term to suit every person. We think
tt a good house to deal with.
If you want a first clasa hand-made,
nobby harneea drop in and sea "Van
Brunt-" A new consignment ' Just In.
Everything on hand from pony harness to
the heaviest team harness. Prices right.
All persons knowing themselves to be
Indebted to Duncan Dean or tha Duncan
Shoe company are requested to call andl
settle At once.
Mast Bo 81.
Must sell dwelling. Ha flv room, city
water. Is oh car line and rents for 88 per
month; always rented. Tel. 61. Charles T.
Officer, 419 Broadway.
Haghea Recoaamenda Waterloo
Man for Committeeman.
J. J. Hughes of this city, aa member of
the democratic atate central committee
from the Ninth district, received a num
ber of telegraphic messages yesterday
relative to the resignation of Charles
Walsh as Iowa member of the national
committee. Mr. Hughes was requested to
name his choice for a successor to Mr.
Walsh. After conferring, with -a number
of leading democrat In this city and the
district, the latter by wire, Mr. Hughes
telegraphed Thomas Taggart of Fren-h
Lick, Ind., chairman of the national com
mittee, that he would Indorse the selec-j
tlon of W. W. Marsh of Waterloo.
Mr. Marsh, who owns a large factory In
Waterloo, which ' probably employs mori
people than any other concern In Iowa,
has been prominent for several yeara In
democratic politic In this : state. Mr.
Hughe aald last night: "While Mr.
Marsh 1 my choice for national commit
teeinan from Iowa, of course I cannot
speak for the other members of the state
committee. I do know, however, that
Mr. Marsh Is highly thought of through
out the state, and I believe that Iowa
would be well represented In the national
committee by hi selection- From the
telegram I received yesterday from dif
ferent part of the state, t would not be
surprised If Mr. Marsh waa named fo suc
ceed Mr. Walsh." .
NEW LOCATION, 30
See wy S. Hewetson's fall opening display
of pictures and wall paper. New style In
wall paper. The latest picture by Reming
ton. Oessll, Carlson, Smith. Christy, and
A. Metaarar A Co.
Jfw Location of Wholesale Bakery, -..111
Mynater Street. CoBluff, la. -Home-made
Bread a Specialty.
(.800 seres good farm land; In, eastern Colo
rado, $5 per acre and up, n Irrigation re
quired.' Can rata all kind o small grain
and corn. A .few good homesteads Join
our land. Jierid for printed matter. F. C.
Lougee, 124 Mam street, Counell Bluffs, la.
NEW . LOCATION, 10
' Davis, drugs.
Stocksrt sell carpets.
Fine engraving at Leffert'a. .
Ed Roger Tony Faust beer.
Get those new photo at Schmidt's,
Plumbing and heating, Btxby at Bon.
Lewi Cutler, funeral director. 'Phono 87.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel $J.
Picture framing, C. K. Alexander. 333
DIAMONDS " AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT. -
Georg Hoagland ha th Kansas Shall
brick.- All hard brick. Get his price.
Be Stephen Bros, for Arc brick and fir
clay, sewer pip, fittings and garden nose
WANTED. BOY TO LEARN THE TIN
NER'S 'TRADE. SWAINE ft MAUER,
33t WEST BROADWAY-
GET YOUR GIBSON PICTURES
FRAMED WITH BEAUTIFUL FBAHSb;
IS TO SO CalNTB. BUKWIUK. ill CU.
I pay $13 per ton for cast Iron; mixed,
110; stove,-$8; rags. IVfce per lb.: rubber,
f 4c; copper, 14o per lb. J Kc I el man. sul
Main, both ipbones 860.
W wholesale Ice oraam. .Shipped, to any
part of the state. Special prices to. tha re
tail trade. I Mucd, 311 West Broadway,
council tttuira, ia. Tel. is.
W have the finest line of sample mou'i
menta to select from In th west. " Sheeiey
ft Lane Marble aud Granite Work, ill
Mast Broadway( Council Bluffa, la. .
Don't fail to see th Cole's New High
Oven range. Wonderful departure. See It
at our atore. You will be interested. Pad
dock Handeohy Hardware oompany.
Percy La I neon, recently elected second
lieutenant of the Dodge Light Guards, It la
said, Is contemplating resigning with the
Intention of enlisting In the United Stat
navy as a yeoman.
Fall opening Western Iowa college, tfer
rlam block. Council Bluffa. Ia., Mondav,
Augual 37. Engitah, Normal. llookkeepiAg
and Shorthand departments. Send for n
calalougues. Both 'phones. , ,
Carnival 1 here: fall 1 here; Hick' new
fall goods are here; a fin a line as ever
earn to the city. Please call and be con
vinced before buying that I can deliver
th good 1n up-tordat style and shapes.
E. 8. Hicks.
Th following iced drink snd Ice crem
will be served all thia week at the Clar
Drug oompany a: Madia, trosen phosphate.
Siberian flip, eidorado Sundae, tropical sun
dae, larmcnnia, kisa, aoutnern beauty,
American sundae "and Greenland Iceberg.
Ths Associsted Charities has not yet de
cided uun a alt for the Creche building.
but tt la understood tnat a 4ooation on
East Pierce atreet." near (he new Jcnuia
tdniundnon Memorial hospital, la favored.
The omcera of tue association expect to
decide on a site some time this week.
Joseph T. Hendrlx. 11 South Twenty
fourth street, died at a late hour Saturday
night, aged tS yeara. He had been la fail
ing health from dropsy and heart trouble
for some time. Beside hla wife, he leaves
a daughter, Mrs. H. W. Williams, and four
na, f'red T. Hendrlx, Councilman W. K.
Hendrlx, Clark Hendrlx and Roeoo Hen-
drix, all of thla city.
'Mrs. L. H. Mssenborg died St a lata hour
eaturaay night at the home oi ner daughter.
aaiaa iouiae iaanoarg.. mu weal tfroaa.
way. Two other daughters, Mrs. W. i.
Davenport of Boulder, Colo., and Mlas Bee
tle Maaeenberg of thla elty. survive her.
Th funeral, which will be private, will be
held thla afternoon from th residence and
burial win be in. Walnut ll'JI cemetetr
Rw. H. W. Starr, rector of St. Paul
Cptseopaj church, will conduct th service
"Willing Worker for the Creche" la the
name-of a society organised last week by
a number of wmueu iu Garner and Lewis
townahlpa at a meeting held at the resi
dence or Mrs. jamea Zoornlk. These
the officers: President, Mrs. D. M. Holf;
vice president. Mrs. K. Ward; secretary.
Miss Heasie Wsrd: treasurer, Mra. Janxa
Sboornta.. rne member win meet one a
month and aew for the Creche, and will
donate fruit aud'vxgetiiblea during the e-
soti. besides cauuUig Jelly & fx Oil for th
CALL FOR MILLION DOLLARS
Twalrt of the Fourteen 8ut Institutions
Til Estimate of Fnidt Seeded.
INDEPENDENCE ASKS FOR $195,400
Moat Modest Resjavst from Marshal
town. Which. Reejalres Bat fHO.OSO
Coaaell Blaff and Mitchell-
111 Have Rat Reported.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DIS MOINES, la.. Sept. I. (Special.)
Over a million dollars Is asked for In the
way of appropriation at the hands of the
next legislature by twelve of the fourteen
Institutions of the state that are tindor
the atate board of control. Two institu
tions, those at Council Bluffs and Mltch
ellvllle, have not fled their reports aa yt
with the state board and the amount
that they will ask Is, not known. Prob
ably a million and a quarter dollar will
about represent th figure that 1 wanted
from th atate treasury by thee Institu
tion when all th reports are In. A
number of the reports now In the hand
of the board make requests for additional
land and for buildings, the estimated coat
of which Is not given. The actual appro
priation asked for by the superintendents
In their biennial report thus far filed
amount to $1,0(7,000. The board of con
trol will likely cut down the request
very materially before submitting them
to the legislature, and the legislative ap
propriations committee will. If they fol
low the custom of the past, cut them
down some more. The most modest re
quest Is from Marahalltown and aaks for
120,060. The most extravagant Is from
Independence and 1( for 8195.400.
Fencing, contingent funds, small Im
provement In the way of barna and sheds,
boiler house and laundry buildings
come from nearly every Institution, The
blggeat appropriation asked for. are for
$65,000 for a woman' Infirmary at Mount
Pleasant, $20,000 for a gymnasium and
music hall at Vinton, $18,000 for a hos
pital at Eldora, $75,000 for a cottage at
Clarlnda, $12,000 for farm land and $4,000
for prison en land at Fort Madison,
$22,000 for hospital at - Davenport at
Orphans' home, two cottage for girl
hid one 'for boy at Glenwood, $135,000
for Infirmary at Cherokee, $20,000 for ex
tension of cottage at Knoxvllle, $10,000
for quartermaster' building at Marshall
town, $125,000 for cottage at Independ
ence. The Institutions that have reduced their
requests to figures show the following
request for appropriation to covr the
School for Feeble-Minded (figure
not given!, estimated 175.000
Orphans' home 8.1, S00
Fort Madison .- 37,000
Anamosa... i 84.700
Vinton . H2-2
Mount Pleasant . , liS.UOO
Improvements oa itate Fair Grounds.
Th financial aucces f the Iowa stale
fair this yesr Insures a big step In the
permanent improvement of th grounds for
next year. While the amount of pront irom
thla year's fair la as yet unknown, and
while the exact Improvementa for the fair
for next year are unknown aa yet, stlirthe
general plan of the improvement i sre knowu
and will be decided upon .definitely a Sr,.a
as the Is money with which to carry out
the plans. The Intention Is. aa faat as pos-
alble, to replace all the cattle and horse
barns now on the grounds, with th
ceptlon of th two new cattle barns, wllh
new permanent brick buildings. The fa'r
will secure more ground and the swlr.o
pens will be movea to mint room ior new
snd bigger horse bsrns. The exposition
building I to be weatherboarded on the
outside and ceiled -on the Inside andothef
wlss remodeled In time. A steel machinery
shed Is to be erected, beginning where 4he
secretary's office la now snd running west.
An administration building la to be erected
Just west of the stock pavilion where all
th officers of sll the departments of th
fair are to be placed. More dining halls
of brick sre to be erected aome day and a
amph.the.rer and brick and steel
horse pavilion, so that the cattle and hore
Judging will not have to be sll done In the."'""" "ny veterans wm ue invited.
same pavilion and rushed through at such
a gait. A new .swine pavilion la among1
th Improvement planned also and any
amount of work to be dona In the strrets
In th wsy of grading and
and storm drains and paving and cement
walks. All of these Improvements will
take years to secure. The profits of this
yesr's fair will build only a few of them
snd the state legislature will be asked' tfl
saslat In ttffc work of making the Improve
menta. As much ss possible wl be erected
during 4he months Intervening between this
and the fair of 1907.
September Docket Heavy.
The docket of the suprems court for the
September term ofcourt, which opens Sep
tember 18, was Issued todsy. Undoubtedly
th irioat Important case before th supreme
court on which a decision Is expected is the
esse Involving ths rights of the Amsna
society ta continue ss a religious organisa
tion. There Is nothing definitely known
that th opinion will be ready at the Sep
tember term. It was submitted at the last
term of court and msy be brought in by
th court at any regular meeting. Th
court, however, sometime carries a ess
over to a lster period In the term.
On tha docket to be submitted to th
court t tha opening of the September
term of court srs a number of murder
cases. Ths esse of . the state agalnat
Thomas Smith of Monro county, convicted
on the first trial of murder In the first de
gree snd on ths second trial In the district
court of manslaughter, ia appealed, and
ready for submission; the case of th ststs
against Dr. J. W. CrofTord of Clark
county, charged with murder through crim
inal practice and now serving a sentence
In the penitentiary, la another; th atate
agalnat Mathlas Balde ' of Sioux county.
charged with the murder of hla wife; stat
against Millard Buck of Japr county, eon'
vlcted of murder; stat. against Eric von
KutsoiU-u vl Iowa county, chaged with
murder by wrecking a Rock Island pas
senger train, ar all down for aubmlaaion to
th court at th first period of th court,
which open September 18.
At th second period of court, which
open October 16, there I on th docket for
submission th following cases: Stats
against E. 8.- Blydwiburgh of Hardin
county, convicted of murdering hi wife,
for rehearing; stat agalnat Charles Thomas
of Polk county, charged with the murder of
Mabsl Scoffleld; stsl agalnat Neal Mat
thews, a colored man.' convicted of mur
dering two men and attempting to murder
his wife; stat agalnat Lafayette Young.
charged with overcharging tha stat some
thing like $.00u while hs wss stat binder.
For th third period, beginning November
13, there Is on the docket the state agalnat
Leon Loaer. th Pottswstvamle county foot
racer, for awindling in foot races, the cat
being (or rehearing.
Th stat of Iowa against Joseph Usher
of Linn county, charged with th murder
of William Qanity. hi hired man, in 1M3,
1 on th docket for ubniiaeloa to th u
ptoma court for tha fourth period ef th
September term, which opens December 11.
In addition. It la presumed that the at
torney for Louis Buese, who got a reprieve
from the governor In order to allow sub
mission of a habeas corpus ease to the su
preme court, will ask for hearing at th
September term of court, as they failed to
make the submission at the May term.
Busse Is under sentence to hang December
14. and probably will hang on that date if
th eupreme court meJtes no Interference,
as the attorneys have made their last move
to save hla life.
The case Involving the franchise of the
Des Moines street railway has been placed
on the docket for the September term, hav
ing been advanced. The esse la also before
the federal court on an Injunction. The
stree-t railway attorneys are endeavoring
to hurry the federal court case and the
city Ttttorneys are endeavoring to hurry
the state case. rtoth Involve the same
questions. It I difficult to telt which will
win. Judge Smith Mcpherson has just
ordered, over the protest of the city, the
hearing of the federal case in September
at Council Bluffs.
Will Stady MaalelpsJ Ownership.
The ninth annual meeting of the tieague
of Iowa Municipalities will be held In this
city September 12, 13 and 14. and the .pro
gram Include a very wide discussion of
public topics, but the one on which chief
streas ha been laid In the preparation of
the program 1 that of the Galveston plan
of government. The evening . of Wednes
day, the 12th, has been given over to It
and Hon. J. O. Berry-hill of this city, who
visited Galveston and made a study of the
plan, will explain In detail the workings
of the system. Edward Bechly will give
a newspaper man's observations of the
working of the system; W. H. Bremner,
city solicitor of this city, will give some
suggestions on th Idea and delegate will
then disctiFs and compare the system with
the present city government system. Hand
ling of prisoners, handling of garbage, th
health question and all other city problem
will be discussed.' At the convention this
year the legislative committee will hove
something definite to report, as the legis
lature last year adopted the league's plan
of h uniform system of account for cities.
Thl year there are Indication that the
league may ask the legislature to make It
easier for citte to acquire the public ser
PIC'Tt'RES ARB ORDERED DOWS
Mayor of Sioux City Declare Adver
s tlalnar Slam Obscene.
SIOUX CITY, la., Sept. 2.-8peclal Tele
gramsAn advertisement on the bill
board of Sioux . City representing a
woman recumbent upon a couch with but
a thin covering of gauze was declared by
Mayor Sear Saturday to be obscene and
immoral. Accordingly "he served notice
upon the owner of the billboards to have
th pictures removed. Failure to comply
with the request will 'subject the Bill
board trust to punishment under two dif
Th complaint against the indecent pic
tures which Incited the mayor to act was
made by Mrs. J,-B. Stiesler, vice president
of the Iowa Women's Christian Temper
ance union. Mrs. Shesler said her blood
"ran cold" when she was confronted Tvlth
the picture and characterized It aa a "(lis
respect to all decent womanhood." Th
sign have been on the billboards for the
past month. -;.
Soldiers' Resales Bads.
GLENWOOD. Ia., Sept. . 3. (Special.)
ine closing oay or racinc Junction's sol
diers' reunion wss one Of' the greatest days
n Its history, the crowd "breaking ail pre-
Vlotlft VAOnrHfl ' Th- -ja... U. .
by s,,,,. ghlrley. OIHHIand and Hon. L.
Th(( Jame wM betwW!n thfl fat Ma,
vern team ,nd p.c(ft(, unctloii d wa
W(rtl by th ,aUer y ,j.ifoUowl 8Cora.
jPneine jonctlon 3 0008000 -
Maivcrn l o-j 0 1 0 0. 1 04
Umpires: Donelan and Valller.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE ROOM
V .Ladles of the 4Jrand Army.
Th Aid society of Garfield circle No. 11
5. Pjcn' to members at Hanscom
park Friday afternoon. It l ih, I. ,.,,...,
. 1$$ 'SSJHSSi
at Hanscoin or Krug park, to which all
' Loyal M stlc ' Legion.
The Loysl Mystic Legion will give a box
social at Its hail. Seventeenth and Farnam
St reels. Thuntdav ovenlnir. ikniumir it
f '.Ma nrl ...... ..4 . 1 1 1 i I . . .
, the evening.
Prateranl I'moai -of America.
Banner lodge will hold an onen meetlnc
next Thursuay evening.. A musical and
literary program will be slven dunnv in
nrst hour, to be followeu by cards and
Royal Neighbors of America.
' Ivy camD No. 3 will meet at tha hnma r
Mrs. Anna Price, 25W Ames avenue,
Vvednesuay evening. The. attendance of all
mwmoers is urgently requested, as buaiueaa
of Importance is to be considered.
Order of tha hlaatera Star.
Vesta chapter gave a Hen! a Frldav after.
noon to Ita members and friends at Han-
scora pars. The affair waa largely at
tended and enjoyable.
Daaghtera of Poeahoataa.
Minnehaha council No. 2 will a-tve a
party and dance at Myrtle hall. Fifteenth
and Douglaa streets. Continental tiimu
Tribe of Baa Har.
Mecca court No. 18 has made arrange
ments to meet temporarily 1n Patterson
uaii, oevenieepin ana r arnam streets, for
th near future. Meeting. night has been
changed to Friday Instead of Thursday aa
at present. An open meetlnr haa oeen
planned for Friday evenina. to winch n
member and friends ar Invited.".
- Royal Achate.
Omaha- lodge No. 1 la holding regular
meetings every Tuesday night in the Ar
lington block until the hslla at Nineteenth
anu Farnam, which were damaged by Ore,
are repaired. The degree team and a few
friends, numbering thirty, leave on a spe
cial car Tuesday evening for Fort Worth,
Tex., where It will exemplify the initiatory
work at the Royal Achates convention, to
be held In that city. A large Cash prise 1
offered for the beat drilled degree tram at
thla convention, but the Omaha team la
barred from competition - In thia contest,
which will only be open to teams In the
A atop will be made at Kansaa City,
where special street oars "Seeing Kansas
City" will take ths party for a two hours'
run over the city. A visit will be made to
Dallaa, Tex., thirty-two miles from Fort
Worth, by electric car. The Dallaa lodge
will entertain th degree team while In
that city. ..On th return trip a atop will
be made at Denlson, Tex., where the
Omaha team will Initiate a large class of
laaeaeadent Order of Red Men.
Jamea McMonlea, stat organiser, formed
a new tribe of Red Men in the beautiful
city- of Florence during the last month,
with a chsrter membership of forty. The
new tribe la named "Mlnna-Luaa" tribe No.'
81, after the water works station, an In
dian name meaning ' Clear water."
John Benton, great aacbem, of Lincoln;
Hugh A. Myers, great sags more, of
Omaha, aaalsted by other paat sachems of
Omaha, Instituted the new tribe and in
atalled Ha officers. Thursday evening an
Omaha team will out on the work in the
Florence city hall.- Mlnne-Lusa tribe prom
lets to beoome one of the best tribes lu
Msple Leaf chapter No. 152 held "a pii ni
at Hanacom park Friday night, laO persona
being present. The grounds were deco
rated with Japanee lanterns snd titers
wsi sag had putaio ?a aiwr supper, -
BUSY OYEEK IN LINCOLN
Stat Fair Opens Today aad Will Coutiaua
MR. BRYAN WILL RETURN WEDNESDAY
Arrangements to Give Him a
Reception at the State Honae la
th Evening Labor Day
(From s Stsff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Sept. 3.-Spectal.)-Thla will
be the busiest week of the year In Uncoln.
The state fair begins Monday and closes
Friday evening. Monday being Iabor day
the labor organisations will participate In
a street parade In the forenoon. W. J.
Bryan will return home Wednesday after
noon and will be tendered a public re
ception at 7 o'clock. He will speak at
o'clock In the evening at the north en
trance of the ststs house and a reception
following will be given in the state house.
Theaters snd.vsrious amusements will be
feature of the week. The Lincoln and
Sioux City baae hall teama will play on the
home grounds Monday forenoon snd after
noon, snd Tuesdsy and Wednesday morn
ings on the state fair grounds. Lesgue
base ball on the fair grounds Is a new
feature of the fair. The seventh annual
meeting of ths Btste Chess association will
b held In Lincoln at the rooms of th
Commercial club, beginning Monday. John
H. Mockett. Jr.. la president of the asso
ciation. The chess players in attendance
will meet Monday noon at the Chess club,
128 South Eleventh street.
Bryan's Homo Comlnsi.
Thousands of electric lights havs been
strung scross the street, extending from
the Burlington depot to' the Rock Island
depot on ,C street, for the home-coming
of Bryan. The lights wer turned on
Saturday night for the first time.
Mr. Bryan will srrlve In Lincoln
Wednesday afternoon on the regular Bur
lington train from Omaha, shortly after
t o'clock. He will be accompanied by the
Nebraska home folks." who aroused such
a furore In New xorK. tie win oe hto
to the home of his brother, Charles Bryan
for dinner. The exercises' will begin st the
north entrance of the capltol building
promptly at 7 o'clock. Ottsaccount of the
Immense crowd which is expected to line
the streets. It is not Intended to hold a
narade. and only fivs esrrlages will b
In the eecort, which will accompany Mr.
Brynn to tha capltol. The first will prooa
bly contain Mr. Bryan, Governor Mickey,
Mayor Brown and President Miller of the
Commercial club. The second will be oc
cupied by Mrs. Bryan and the Bryan fam
ily, while the other three carriages will
accommodate ths executlva committee. At
tho capltol speeches will be made by Mayor
Brown, Governor Mickey and Mr. Bryan.
Immediately following the addresses sn
elaborate display of fireworks will be md
oiv Fifteenth st.eet In front of ths capltol.
. Labor Day Parade.
The task of arranging for a Labor dpy
parade has been completed by ths central
labor union. Tha parade will stsrt at 11
o'clock Monday morning. It will b
made up of four divisions, comprising
thirty-five unions snd auxiliary organ!
zatlons. The parade will begin forming
at Eleventh Snd K atreets at $ o'clock
snd will move promptly at U o'clock,
"General" T. C. Kelsey Is msrshsl of ths
day and th following have been named n
assistant marshals: O. E. Locker. W. w.
Price. G. F. Quick, "Ness Csrroll, W. L,
Mayer. O. E. Lokr Is chairman of ths
general committee and Bert Chlpman sec
. No public speaking ties been provided.,
' Candidate Interested. :
The failure of candidates befor tha
various slate conventions to Ml affidavits
settlna- forth expenses Incurred In secui''
Ing nominations or elections, hss caused
some comment. While the law governing
suclj matters hss been disregarded in the
past, a majority of candidates comply
with Its provisions. The law provider
that expense statements shall be filed
ten days sfter the holding of a "csucus,
convention or . primary" election." Th
democratic snd populism state conventions
were held August 15 and the republican
stats convention August 22, but neither
of the bodies adjourned until the fol
lowing date set In the calla. It la be
lleved that Saturday waa the, end of Jho
time limit In which republican candldalea
should have filed statements under this
law. A penalty of not to exceed $1,000,
If a Jury so decides, may be Imposed,
Saturday afternoon the following candl
date had statements on file In ths oftlcs
of the secretary of state:
A. C. Shallenberger. Norrls Brown. L. B.
Brian. M. R. Hopewell. R. A. Hewthorne,
R. H. Wstson, M. P. Klnkald, E. E."1 Good
Chsrles Weston, E. M. Snerle, G. L. Shum
wsy, G. T. Graves, George Junkin, H
Wlnnett, W. T. Thompson, E. L. Rouse,
Robert Cowell, C. A. Howe, H. M. Eaton
John Siemens, A. L. A. Bhlermeyer, J. F,
Boyd, A. P. Fltsalmmons, C. R. Gouchsr,
George Horst, J. J. Thomas, E. I. Root
W. W. Young, E. H. Hlnahaw, E. M,
Pollard. O. W. Norrls, C. F. Steele, A
Galusha, George L. Sheldon, Mrs. Ada K
New Certification Law.
State Superintendent J, L. McBrlen has
Just superintended ths examination of
nearly 12,000 teachers for county certificate
under th new law. Speaking of the work'
inga of th law and th rules made by his
department, hs said: ' ,
in all of these rules, mad after takln
counsel with our co-workera. there la bu
dim limit placed upon the county super; n
tendent. except a provided in the law It'
alf. and that 1 th minimum grade below
which he cannot go In the certification of
hi teachers. Under th new law th
county superintendent Is ths suprems su
thorltv In th state. Neither this depart
ment, nor hla excellency the governor, nor
the supreme court Itself can force the
county superintendent to accept any grade
or Issue any certificate to any person hi
Judgment would not approve.
So far as the work of our committee Is
concerned, we have no apology to make to
anyone. We have had two specialists for
tha examination of the answer papers I
each of the five essentials. For example,
two examiners have graded the reading px
pera of all teachera. two examlnera havs
graded the arlthmetlo papers, two ths
grammar papera and so on. In addition
thereto, the president of the examlnini
board has reviewed every paper or every
teacher. Thla means that tlios who have
taken the examination In nothing mor than
the five essentials have had their papers
carefully examined by ten peraons and
carefully reviewea ny me president or the
committee. The consensus of opinion of
these eleven examiners is safer for - ths
teacher and th public than th opinion of
any on person. Our examining committee
1 absolutely nonpartisan and nonsectarlan
republicans, democrats, populists, prohi
bitionists. Catholic and Protestant bav
been represented thereon.
Nearly 110U0 teachera have taken the ex
amination for county certificate under th
new law alnca October L 1. Thla mean
an average of at least five subjects for each
teacher, a total of 80,000 answer papers,
with over SOO.OUO pages of manuscript to be
read. Each paper will average nine qu na
tion, which mean a total of 640,000 an
swers, which have been read and graded,
the marking recorded) and the result of
the examination reported to th county
Jehrasha Foot Ball Coaeh. '
Amos P. Foster, who Is ta coach th Ne
braska foot ball team, hss arrived In Lin
coln and ha viewed th ground and In
formed himself in regsrd to ths foot ball
aituatlon. Hs has been coach at the Uni
versity of Cincinnati for th lsst two year
snd mor thsn msde good In thst capacity.
He I highly recommended by hi old as.
socistes at Dartmouth university, of which
h Is a gradual and a former member of
th foot bail team. 11 uade a most pie-
Ing Imprcaslon on th friend of th game.
He Impressed all with hi physical and
scholastic qualities. He believes the ne
rule which have been somewhat severely
criticised will enliven th gam for players
on account of the fact that they have
forced the adoption of a new style of p ay.
He doea not know Just how the game lll
ba affected by th new rule because ex
perimental games are pot a fair text. He
ay the rule are Jual as new to tha
coaches as to the player or spectators. II
believe the, gam thl year will bo mor
than ever a battle between coaches.
aaa Coaaty W. t. T. I. toaventlna.
PLATT6MOUTH, Neb.. Sept. t-fSpe-
elsl.) The Csss County Women's Christlsn
Temperance union conven
Nehsska Inst week an
ended. Miss Lloyd of N
able and Interesting talk on physical
culture and Rev. Mr. Andrews of Weeping
Water gsve an Instructive lecture. Excel
lent music wss furnished. The following
(fleers wer elected: President, Mrs. 1 A.
Moore, Plsttsmouth: vice president, Mrs.
Pslne, Weeping Wster; secretsry, Mrs. S.
Harmon, Avocs: treasurer, Mrs. E. A.
Klrkpstrlck, Nehawka: superintendent of
purity. Mrs. E. L. Rouse, Plsttsmouth:
superintendent of mercy snd relief. Mrs.
H. Knee. Plsttsmouth; superintendent
f franchise,, Mrs. 8. E. Kerr. Plattemouth;
uperlntendent of scientific temperance In
struction, Mrs. ueorge uodge, J'laitsmoutn.
Telegram.) Th republican
bllcan county central
committee met Saturday afternoon and b.
sides organising for th work of th csm
palgn filled a vscsncy csused by ths decli
nation of P. O. Engstrom to stsnd ss a
randldste for representative. Mf. Eng-
strom was not a candidate to begin with
and positively refused to accept a nomina
tion, but wss renominated while he was
not present st the convention. R W. Rob
erts, a contractor snd builder In Holdrege
nd also the chairman of the Board of
County Supervisors of Phelps county, wss
nanlmousty chosen to fill the vacancy.
Mr. Roberts accepted the nomination and
republicans generally sre satisfied with
tn selection msde by the committee.
Three Accidents at Chadroa
CHADRON, Neb., Sept. J.-iSpeclal.) W.
. Gallup, while putting a sand pipe In an
engine In the round house, waa thrown by
tha Til rut Kunkllna- aa Via .llAmnlt In KahiI I
It. .The bones of his snkle were broken,
He will be laid up for some time.
Ttet. kJ - i s s i a m I
--1 iiau buu rxyiuut? in nil nana,
Which Is very severely Injured, but he ssys
th gun Is demoralised completely and he
P. M. Conn, while engaged In building a
,ra nm ar I,,. ui .....v.
large log barn on his big ranch, was
thrown flown by a log rolling on him, both
bones of his right leg being broken and
his body badly bruised.
Xewe of Nebraska'.
WOOD RIVER A fins heatina- nlant Is
being Installed In the public school building.
BEATRICE The new elevator being
erected at Rockford by the Hayes-Eames
company Is nesrlng completion.
PLATTSMOI'TH County Judge Trsvls
united In marriage John McCary and Mis
Minnie Weber, both from Omaha.
tit iWaiiAt'ifii n u ,, i .1.1.
f i.t i i o i i 1 1 Biiuwrni iru in linn I
vlrinltv Bnndav and a heavv rainfall was
reported a few miles west of Plattsmouth.
PIiATTSMOUTH The Townsend Gun
company's team from Omaha, were de-
fested here Saturday evening by the home
team. to 8.
BEATRICE W. H. Caman has srrlved
In the city fromj Wlnfleld, Kan., to take
the management of the New Home Tele-
phone company at this point.
BKATRH'R-Tli. Ruttarrllea and Rand.
pounders, two 'bnll teams from th Demo-
ster factory, played a game, which was
BbItRCM V. Radeb.ugh.o7 'th..
city was called to Urbana. 111., yesterday
Dy tne ueatn oralis brother, Barclay Kde-
baugh, a prominent attorney of that place.
BEATRICE1 A corn stalk thirteen and
a half feet In helvht a-aa hrouuht to town
yeaterdsy. It wss picked from, a field
on the Kllpatrick farm west of ths city.
WOOD RIVER A bountiful rain fell last
evening and the farmera are happy now
thst they msy be sble to continue their
plowing. The ground wss very hard and
WOOD RIVER A tesm, belonging to
Rural Msll Carrier H. P. Hounnold. ran
away with the .mail wagon, causing con
slderabla excitement on the streets yester
WEST POINT Dr. -A. L. Anderson, a
brother of Attorney O. C. Anderson of West
Point, hss purchased a fruit farm near
Corpus Chtisti. Texas, and will locate there
in tne near tuture
PLATTSMOUTH The Cass county mort
gage record for August is sa follows: riled
nine farm mortgage, amount, Tttf.tiTb; six
teen released, sinount. $.73. City mort-
gases Hied, $3,275; released, $6,970.
m .n . , - , team
BEATRICE The Knights snd
Of Security held sn open meeting, which
was largely attended, judge irawtora oc
Wymore, district delegste to the national
convention, addressed the meeting,
PLATTSMOITH Mr. and Mrs. John
Miller snd their daughter, of Havelock,
who have been visiting friends here, de
parted this evening for Germany, where
they win visit rrienas ior several muntns
TECL'MSEH Psul Swsn. a former Te
cumseh young man. Is playing with the
William owen company in "Koineo ana
Juliet." hla part being Paris. The company
Is now In Wisconsin ana win . tour tne
BEATRICE Mrs. Enos 11. Reed died Sat
urday at a cottage on th Chautauqua
around, where the ramily have been liv
ing for some time. She wss born In Mich
Itan and was b8 yeara of age. iihe leaves
a husband and three children.
BEATRICE Lieutenant Hugo Bchults
leavea Monday for Han Francisco via
Omaha, and fiom there he goes to the
Isle of Samar. where he haa been as
signed to duty In the regular srmy. Ha
recently grsdusted from West Point.
PLATTSMOUTH Two classes from ths
Plattsmouth 1. J. Sokol society srs sttend-
Ina tha dlatrlct meetina In South Omaha.
There wer eight In th ladles' class and
six In th men claaa, and Emmons Ptak
will be one of th Judge in th contest.
WOOD RIVER Profuse regrets snd ex-
charge of Insanity. Th testimony waa
not sufficient to prov the charge and con-
equently the woman vn dlwharged from
PLATTSMOUTH Ben Lambert's dwelling
as consumed by tire, csused by a'defeo-
tive flue. A portion of the building wss
of loas that were hewn from the timber
on the place when he first settled there
about forty year ago. Damage, $1,000; no
BEATRICE The board of aupervlsors
held a night session Saturdsy evening snd
completed Its ween s wora oy autnoiiaing
tha clerk to adVvertlae for blda for con
structing bridges In vsrlous parts of Gage
county for the coming year, amounting
approximately to fiu.iuu.
WEST POINT Henry Lennon. a brake
man on the Chicago 4k Northwestern rail-
nsd. met with a painful accident while
switching In the railroad yards at West
x'olnl. in alighting trom tn engine, wnns
In motion, he broke his leg below the
knee. He waa taken on his train to ths
hospital st Fremont.
WEST POINT Mrs. Katheryn Zlngel
mann, so aged woman who cam from
Wlaner to make her home at th Horn for
the Aged, died at the Institution on Satur
iWv. The body will b taken to Wlaner and
buried under the German Lutheran aus-
Dices, of which church shs waa a member.
Thla la the rlrst death In th new Horn
for the Aged.
WEST POINT Ml Augusta Wleael of
Reamer, wil taken before the board ef In
sanity and examined aa to her mental con
dition. She I the daughter of John Welsel.
a prominent farmer near Be mar and la
18 years of age. She lis beoome Insane
on the subject of religion. The board sent
her to Norfolk, where shs was taken by
sheriff and Mrs. Maicnow.
TEC I' MS EH On of ths most remark
abla rroos of tmlt ever raleed In south
eastern Nebraska 1 now being harveoted.
Tons of peaches, grapea arrd apples ar be-
Ing shipped from Johnson snd nearby
counties to western Nebraska towns. Ths
western-bound express trains srs delayed
from twenty to thirty minutes each dsy
loading fruit at thla station.
TECUMSEH Eider C W. Cooper of
Bethany, former pastor of th Tecumaen
Christian church, bag tlrd a caU (rum
nreaalnna of sorrow were heard on everv I .irf"".'. .
TV r J . . . a , w. M mn ..- I u w m I
Sand when the news csme of the death of lJon J?? ' fi"
Edward Rosewster. So sudden and unex- 'X,, ftZ'
oected that many refused to believe It until ",m":.., iff.!? ""I"..
The Be. arrived announcing the .d fact. r-.r-.IV";;.'" tl"
WEST POlNT-JJpon complaint . of th Uf thl trip a fireproof, concrete. fret-T,t
wn marshal of ;eemer. Miss Alois ncha I and cold storage warehouse will b built. -'
brought to tn city ana tried, upon tne lor nifflrl.ni ,-anaeitv h,miu -a ......
on of the churches of T.vprke, Ksn , sne
will screi't. Me will move hit family t- '
thst cttv this month. The inetvttv'is of ths
Tecumseh conarrsstion wete lth to lost
the services of fciriur Cooper, nr many oi '
them conlder him the best psstor the? 1
have had In years.
rOLfMnrs-Ducks are not ss rhesj
here ss at Omaha as Herman Kersonbrocl
haa found to his sorrow. He went out an
shot one the other dav. He needed It tn
flHh bait. , The fellow who Is alwavs kwih
Ing out for the ones who break th.
law and shoots before he Ought to caugti
Herman st It. but llermsn Just went bel.ir.
the Justlre snd confessed his guilt , am
that duck cost him 84.
WEST POINT The old Settlers' aocls,
tlon. of turning county, will hold It
twentieth annual reunion end picnic at thf
KtveraMr nark nf v . c . .. i-u
September The Katharine will be ad.
BRATRK'K At a ,ImMI ,, Itn-
Clt V council Ralorrtuv ,1
ng of tht
Clerk was Instructed to srtVrrtlse for bid's
.... lour new sanitary sewer
extensions to cost about 14,00ft. Several
members of the council declared II would
be useless to order fnnh.r t-n.i.
until the claim of H. C. Gardner of Lin
coln for constructing sewers wss settled,
I pon motion of Harper the resolution In
structing the clerk ta sdvertlse for bid
TKCUMBBH-Ths funeral of Mr. E. J,
Hassett, who died at her home In thl city
early Friday morning, was held at ths
house Sundsy afternoon at 3:80 o'clock,
The attendance waa large, attesting to th
popularity of the deceased, snd many hand-
I some norai ofTrrlng were mad. Th ser
mon was by Hev. Herbert B. Wsters of th
HVert'rL'.n.ctuiIh' Lwhh cnurPn Mr-
roMea followed the remains to th grav.
... ..vHiiiRii vviiieiery.
BEATRIf'R Tha M,k l.... i . ...
? n. J.he dr,e"1 Am"" that w have Siad
in thl section of Nebraaka aln ivua
when ther was nnlv ia, in.h.. 4 ,'.'.
fail, while ther was t.47 Inches during
the past month. So fsr there hss been ,
nineteen Inches of rainfall aa against 24.M
Inches last year, and a normal rainfall ol
M.4, inchea during the past eight months.
"" nsuiT are is sen rrom the govern
ment report made hv William w..k.
and are absolutely correct.
WEST POINT-Th publio schools o
the city, together with th two parochial
sr-hools, will open for the fall term next
"""y morning. The teaching corps for
th term I aa follows: R. M. Campbell.
ii?'w"Lwde1nu, G!8. T. Mpffett, prlncii
fflnr'lKl; "ihel "hthgrade!
y,mn? 17- fjvnnth grade; Emma R.
ond grade: Kva BchAirer. lrt UnU
, , ' , , , . hi bi r , 1 1 , , , i n , n H.'iinu
Margaret Gallagher and Emma Ackerman,
iy 'MBrBrT'!? d"r" of th "w Oer.
man National bank nii-nnA for ..,-!....-- .
, . .n j:. ."""re"
cltlsens froii" the city ind countrv vu.t.d
the bank and made It I llveW d7 fo, the '
nrDrsSt-sl m nH i4le.AUa . w" V'1
' uurviun, wjia are U.
vi". F?..1J,!,l.UlS.Theor Kreldhoff.
HeSryP W& isilstanf tVwS?
ii'"'!": .p: BIpms snd Pi C. McKilllp! dll
ih- kZV,w K,..iii lor" Tf Bllo"" through
? . building, which Is one of in
finest In the state
LOT OF A REAL MODERN JflR
Secretary of tho Commercial Clah
Has His ': Kbaro of
A commercial club Commissioner or aa.
retary Is from the nature of hi ofTic a
target for sll the cranks in the country.
All the fellows with an "Idea." feruw
Labrador to sunny Florida, unfold to hint
, v. -
,ne Story of their msrvelous Inventions, ne
tell him the details of their plans -for tha
commercial development of city or sLate
and since ha ta tha . " '
! . I . . o is Supposed
"eeD lookout for such benefits, he la
"uroenea with the duty of answering many
a letter prompted by tha halluclnatlona nf
vivid imaslnatlona """ucinauons of
. n"l," "',.
-Ommlsloner Guild ha his ShaXS Of theaa
communications. Just as his predecessor, E.
J. McVann, had his. On of the recent
to M,abllsh In Omsha plant for
"viunnf raiiroaa ties from cord'
stalks. He said:
I Corr.stalks that nmfluca 'Mni', .. ...'.
1 of flftw h,,.i,.i. ;rrr z. ..r
the same nmounrof stalka abOut no .1
Ions of alcohol. Sugar cans d aemf rli
the other substitutes for cornstalks af7
producea alcohol. When using sunftowel
"" c oa Pressed from th.
Itt.-V .1" tn' ay by-products oan bt
saved from a great many things, thus InJ.
...,.,. , ,uui. Btrsw from wheal
barley, oats. etc.. may be used for fir,
proot material with our treatment. Stray .
: una ponsn ana can be usc4
for DSrtS Of furnlturn mnA nM--.v, a...
shape In dies, saving a great doal of labor
Any of ths materials may bs used for mill
construction or other buildings. .
..j. nave nui actually laid ties lor sni
railroad, but w have pressed out sample!
..- iwiu atJiav tiieaam a oaic
that ia. It reuulrca as much frm n
tract th spike after It haa been driver
in wun a tmninwr. The material will Ant
check when exoosed to tha ,ih
I in I. . - . "
i m ii uin ii, a we nave placed It on s
forge severs! times, and also in a flrebos
unoer a Doner, with a lorced draught, tot
forty-eight hours, snd could not destroy it
with the hest. Pipe has been made of It
and placed in a marsh ss a conduit 'for
electric wires. We have tested it wius
acids and Jets of steam striking sgainsj
it, snd have not injured It.
On day last wsek Mr.. Guild received a .
letter addressed to '"Any body In Omsha,"
which the postmsster supposed meant th
commissioner of the Commercial club, ll
was from Miss Josle McMinn of North
Dakota, and she wanted to know where
sha could get a position at housework.
She was referred to th employment
A man named C. II. Merry is most per
sistent in his efforts to attract the atten
tion of the Commercial club. He write
signed articles in the New Orleans paper
and aend them as clippings to Mr. Guild.
Th following lVn extract from on of
these newspaper articles:
Here Is a plan thst will relieve the nraa.
ent congestion and prevent a rinr,ir.
of it In tuture. 't he distance by river from
New Orleans to Bt. Psul Is $.uud miles. A
strip of land lu) miles wide, with the Mis
sissippi rlvsr In th middle, extending from
one city to th other, will contain Juo.000
pi upoeea 10 oiviae each
until or eighty acr
rill furnish homes
tployment to 20,000,000 of
the exportable products of the 1,000 eeo-
tlon of land. Thla w rehouse wfll ba
four stories high, snd will stand out la
th stream fsr enough to ensble loaded
I ships and steamboats to He alongside at
tow water, r rom this wsrenou
crete roadway will be run Into th country,
a distance of Arty miles, which will bo
th limit of the l.Ouh . sections of - land.
Again, on mil from the river, two lateral
lines of roadways win be started, each of
which will be ten miles lung. This will
bring forty sections of land In touch with
the werehoaae at tha river. Thl .will b
repeated every two - miles . until the end
of th fifty-mile trunk line I reached.
Th s.ouu eigttty-acre carina win all b
Improved witn concrete building and
fence. Under proper restriction, in gov
ernment should advance the money to pay
for the land and th Improvement. It
thirty acre on each of these clghty-aer
farm in the cotton belt wer planted In
cotton, and the land la well cultivated and
fertilised, the yield win be w.uuo.uuu pairs.
Again, thl plan will develop a new -In--duatry
one that ha never bea dreamt
of. It la proposed that each of teiee
farm furnish on ten-gallon can of pilik
dally. Ther will be 8uo of these 8,000 farm
units In the system, between New Orleans
and St. Psul. The dally Supply of sweet
milk will be l.OOu.OuO cans. A totsl of Uk-
Uuu.tfiO in ons yesr. Will the world buy so
much milk 7 This supply of purs milk will
banish typhoid and tuberculosis (ruin our
midst. Under ths present system of care
leas handling and the method of adultera
tion generally employed, every gallon of
milk Is Impregnated with typhoid and
tuberculous germs. It la not certain that
milk will stsnd shipping to Nsw York
snd London. But there Is no que (Ion
about sending It to New Orleans. Vast as
the quantity ia that I havs brought Into
sight, tt is only w per cent of what may
be produced along the navigable rivers of
the vslley, under similar conditions.
When tpis lacteal aeiuge tairiy oegins,
dressed be Hon, K. vT- Viiimim rim.K-
tlon. wss held in in English, snd Hon. Jscob Hsurk in Uer-v
d wss lacgely at- J'"1'' numbers of choice attraction.
ohraalra rttv a-ava I .L I'ruviora ior t ne entertatnmen
eoraKa t.lty gave of the peon e and a l.r m-,i.nA..
K(n Cotton will need to tighten up hi
v,,!, and pull down hla vest. There will
te piping times st court In the day that
h(, nta)ety. King Cotton, abdicates in
fvor of Queen Cow. Then, patriotic peo-'
p). wm be circulating petitions to have
the nam -of the city changed from New
Orleans to Ml Ik port. I, is lh UOSSPMU)
that wauaU) bappsna.
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