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the o:rArrA daily bee: moxday. September 10, looa
Office, 10 Pcrf SU TcL 43.
' MINOR MKTtTIO.
Da1 drugs., ; ,
Clarks. sods a. ' '
fUockert eell arpeta.
Flo engraving at Leff art's. ,
Ed Roger' Tony Faust boar.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IV. '
Oat tboo naw photo at Schmidt'.
Plumbing and heating, Blibjr m boo.
Lewi Cutler, funeral dlractor. 'Phono tT.
WecdrtnaT Undertaking company. Tel II.
Pirtuf a f reeling, C. E. Alexander, tit
For printing ' and binding telephone M.
Morehouse A Co. ,
Majra sines well bound. Morehouaa A Co.,
It North Main street.
Buy four phonographs and record from
Williamson, 17 South Jdain street.
H. F.Orlohllnir and J W. Bchott will leave
today on a business trip to Canada.
The' reg-ular . monthly eesslon of the
Library loerfl In scheduled for tonight.
' We take contract , for paper hanging,
painting ,rvd Interior decorating. Borwlck,
111 Soul Main. .
DIAMONDS AS. AN INVESTMENT.
George Hoagland ha the Kanaaa Shall
brick. AH ard brlen. Uet hla prices.
We wholesale ice cream. .Shipped to any
part of the elate. Bpecial pneaa to the r
tall trade. I Mucol, 21 W aat Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la. Tel. Sit.
Every day to enrollment day In Western
Iowa college. ' p oslttous sevured for our
f raduatee. Send for catalogue. phone
or inf oi mstlon- both phones.
We have the Do eel line of sample monu
ment to aeiect front In the west. Sneeiey
Laps Marble and Oranlte Works, ill
Kaat Broadway, Uouncll Bluff a,' la. '
WANTED NBA T BOY TO LEARN
CLEKK1NU LN A NICK BUSINESS. Kffr'
BKENCKB AND LKTTEK IN OWN
WRITING. ADDREBd "B. I". M.," BEH
OFFICII COUNCIL. BLUFFS.
Mies Agnes' Robinson of Mill street en
tertained at dinner yesterday complimen
tary to Captain H. M. Pratt of company U.
Fifty-sixth regiment, Iowa National guard,
who. was en route home to Fort Dodge
fron Fcrt Hlley. f
Bee Stephen Bros.v for fire brick and lire
clay,! eewar pipe, luting and gardau boat.
I . par 412 per ton lor at iron; mixed,
110; stove. Iff: rags, 10 per lb.; rubber,
7cj copper, 14a per lb. J. Katelman, sbl
Mala, loio 'pttonee et. .
Judge Macy will convene the Auguat terra
of district court tori ay, when the grand
Jury-will be impaneled. There are a num
ber of cases to come before the grand Jury
and as there are-a large number both of
law and equity cases on the ducket the term
promises to be' a busy one.
Mrs. Margaret Kelly, wife of John Kelly,
JM South Ninth street, died yesterday,
aged 74 year. Besides her husband, she
leaves one son, Uiuothv Kelly of this city,
and three daughters, Mrs. W. H. Baldwin
and Mrs. Thomas Fendy, both of Ferry. la,,
and Mrs. W. M. Urady of Kansas City.
The body of Mrs. J. W. Maloney, who
ailed at Colorado Springs, arrived In the
city yesterday afternoon. The funeral will
be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock
from the residence of her slater, Mrs. K.
Lyon, and Interment will be In Walnut Hill
cemetery. Deceased leaves one daughter,
Mrs. Turner of Colorado Springs.
The members' tit' the Board of Education
will meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
North Eighth street school to pass on the
repairs and alterations made during the
summer. About 6,OU0 has been expended In
raising the building. The hoard will also
inspect the addition erected during the
ummer at the Twentieth avenue school.
Mrs. Mary Gibson, aged 84 years, died
yesterday at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. X. M. Jfarfurd, BOW South Eighth
nreet. The body will be taken this after
noon to Irwin, la., for burial. Besides the
daughter, at whose home ahe died, Mr.
Gibson leavea another daughter, Mrs. I. D.
Bantee of D anbury. 111., and two eons, A.
W. Gibson of this city and W. D. Gibson,
cf Danbury. UK
MALONET8 NEW LOCATION, It
; The parsonage of the German Hvangeucai
churoh, Mo. 110 Glen avenue, Is offered for
sale . to mua tuum
Sealed bids will be received at the office
of IB. Hohlendort, No. Main street, up to
noon September 11 The bricks are re
ervsd. ..The. hoard reserves the right to
l4uft ...X kit MAn. Terms, cash.
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Calu
met restaurant, 20 Broadway.
We sell the Royal Red Cross base burner.
Come In and see that Eclipse grate. Al
ways pleased .to show you. Swain
Mauer, 836-38 Broadway.
A GOOD PAYING SHOE STORE. DOING
tlM A MONTH. WILL INVOICE 13,000.
SPLENDID OPENING. DUNCAN 4
DOANE, 21 MAIN ST.. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
It you thfnk of painting your house let
give you an estimate now. We guar
antee the paint to. be made of pure ma
terials, mixed and put up by skilled me
chanics, so when we paint It stays painted.
We also have some odd lots of artistic wall
paper that we are closing out at low prices
' to make way for new stock. If you want
food paper at little cost come see us now.
Jensen Nloolaesen, 238 Broadway.
. Owmer. Needs Money,
Must sell B-room dwelling; rents for 18 per
month.' Tel. . Chaa. T. Officer, 41 Broad
Way.', ... ..
All persons knowing themselves to be
Indebted to Duncan Dean or the Dunoan
Shoe company are reqoeated to call and
settle at once.
MALONErS NEW LOCATION.
. PEARL ST.
More Greaad for Hospital.
; Realising that , ths grounds around the
Jennie Edumndson Memorial hospital, now
nsarlng completion, were entirely Inade
, quate the Woman's Christian association
. has purchased an adjoining lot In Hillside
ovate the Woman's Christian association has
purchased an adjoining lot in Hlllatda addi
tion and 100 feet frontage on Pierce street
by M reet In depth, the latter ground ad
Joining the hospital on the northwest. The
purchass of this property now gives the
association a frontage on Pierce street of
SM feet and a frontage of fifty-three feet
on Ridge street.
With thia additional ground the property
will permit of being greatly Improved by
landscape gardening, which will be In
charge of William Epeth, manager for J.
T. Wlloox. Mr. Speth has taken a deep
Interest In the work of the association and
volunteered his time and experience In
helping to beautify the grounds of the new
hospital, which offer waa gratefully sc
ospted by ths management.
' Pit. WBBTMAL'8 '
SENNA LIVER. PILLS
. i As PILL WITHOUT A PAIN.
' 1 For Deranged System
COWTTPATIPN. . slLIOL"8NluS9 SOTfB
tTOalACHl SfOC MKADACHJO. NAUSEA,
VsMVOUSltKbS. TOKP1D LIVER.
20c Post Paid.
ISIKUJIN & McCGNXELL DRU8 CO-
IsUi u. Vvdje . , ,
. -fc. (WelUe lb aa Pars SSL
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LIGHT CONTRACT COMING UP
Isllef City Council Wul lotos th Lenc
OPPOSITION TO 1 1 rt. MAINS UNSHAKEN
ILrtmrm mt Mayes Maerat aa4 Oawaetla
mnn Teaakenasa Gives Oaper
taalty for All to Go
The proposed lighting contract with the
Cltlsens' Gas and Electrlo company, which
has been pending; for several months. Is
sis ted to come up for action at the meeting
of the city council tonight. Consideration
of the contract has been delayed owing; to
the absence at times of Mayor Macrae
and Councilman Tounkerman, chairman of
the committee on fir and light, having the
matter In hand. Mayor Macrae arrived
home yesterday from Fort Riley and Coun
cilman Tounkerman Is home from his trip
to Germany,' so a full attendance Is ex
pected at tonight's meeting.
The proposed contract, which. It la said,
the committee will recommend. varies) but
In a few minor details from that originally
submitted several months ago. Opposition
to the proposed contract Is expected front
Councllmen Wallace and Knudsen, who
have demanded extensions of the com
pany's gas mains which President" Nash
declined to accede to at this time, al
though he promised thst such extensions
would be made as soon as practicable and
possibly next year. -The proposed contract
prepared by the committee on fire rfnd
light Is regarded by Mayor Macrae and
several of the councllmen as a favorable
one for the city and It was stated last
evening that It was likely there would bo
sufficient votes to carry Its adoption.
These are the main feature of the con
tract: To be for five years from July 1 of this
year to July 1, 1911 : ths company to fumlah
arc lights of 2.000 nominal candle power
tindr the Philadelphia moonlight schedule
st 869.60 per light per year: this rate to be
subject to a rebate or royalty of 1 per cent
of all the company's gross earnings on all
other electrical business In the city, the
company guaranteeing thst It will not claim
or seek to collect from the city after the
application of such rebate or royalty a
sum to exoeed the rate of 866 on an average
per llarht per year, of hours under the
moonlight schedule; the rate under an all
night schedule is to be $85 per light, no new
light to be pieced requiring' an extension
of the circuits more than 1,000 feet with
out the consent of the company; lights
after being located . and installed to be
moved only at expense of the city; the city
agTees to pay for at least 128 lights; four
Incandescent lights of thirty-two candle
power each to be reckoned as equalling
one arc light; company agrees during the
lire of the contract to a rate of II S per
1,000 cubic feet of gas, provided bills are
paid on or before the 16th of each month,
the rata to be 81.86 where bills are not
paid by that time; the new rate for gas
to take effect January 1, 1907.
GOOD WEIGHT, GOOD MEASURE AND
GOOD QUALITY ARE MATTERS OF
VITAL IMPORTANCE TO THE GROCERY
BUYER; they are of much Importance to
us; by having all three of the right stand
ard we have gained and continued to hold
the trade of a large and. discriminating
class of customer. Can't we have yoursT
Orders are filled promptly and carefully
and prices are as low as the prevailing
market rates will permit. John Olson, 789-41
' N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 2(0. Nigttt L4IS.
Special prices on watches, chains, fobs
and charms this. week at Leffert's. Bee
For imported wines, liquors and Bud
wet aer beer go to L. Rosenfeld. wholesale
liquor dealer, 51s South Main street
Diamonds and atl other precious stones,
loose and mounted; the largest stock In
the city. At Leffert's.
CENTRAL FLOUR-tl.la. Every sack
warranted Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phones 24.
Hospital Corps Back from Camp.
Mayor Macrae and his hospital corps,
which accompanied ; the Fifty-sixth regi
ment, Iowa National guard, to Fort Riley.
arrived home yesterday morning. The men,
while tired out with the week's maneuvers,
were in good physical condition and not a
man was on the sick list.
Mayor Macrae said the corps was kept
busy all the time and on ths tramp the
greater part of the time. The camp of
Instruction waa thirty-six miles square and
this afforded considerable room for long
diets nee tramps. The alkali dust and ex
treme heat. Mayor Macrae said, waa very
trying, and the ground over which they
hiked, as a rule, was about as rough as
could be fouad anywhere. The Fifty-sixth
regiment waa given a good marking by
the umplrea, about as good as most of
the regulars. Colonel Humphreys was un
able to attend and the regiment was In
command of Lieutenant Colonel. Cook.
A. Metsarar Jt Cm.
Nsw Location of Wholesale Bakery.
II Mynater Street. Co. Bluffs. Ia.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
. Visitors Welcome.
Now the carnival la over you had bettsr
look over our stock of ranges, cook and
heaters. There Is comfort and satisfaction
in every stove we selL Bee the new high
oven range. Paddock aV Handachey Hard
ware company, 41 South Main.
(,800 acres good farm land In eastern Colo
rado, 16 per acre and ep; no Irrigation re
quired. Can raise all kinds of small grata
and corn. A few good homesteads Join
our lands. Bend for printed matter. F. C
Lougee, 124 Main street. Council Bluffs, la.
Swanson Muslo company, 40T West
Broadway the place where you will find
a splendid assortment of pianos to select
from. Conovers, Cables, Schubert and
Kingsbury's. All clean, new goods. Prtoes
end terms to suit every person. We think
It a good house to deal with.
If you need a aewing machine or went
to rent a machine or want your machine
repaired, call on Williamson, at IT South
Main street, he has machine to rent from
ifcc up. '
twralvaj Abeat Dismantled.
The work of dismantling the street fair
and carnival grounds waa begun shortly
after midnight Saturday and early Sunday
morning the white fence which had sur
rounded ths enclosure had been taken
down and carried away. With the removal
of the fence Baylies park was again
thrown open to the public.
The Carnival company had most of its
shows packed and on the way to the depot
soon after midnight. It left early Sunday
morning for Ottumwa, where it has a
The exhibits In the various booths were
all removed Saturday night and early Sun
day morning and there was nothing left of
the carnival yesterday afternoon but the
bare booths, th arch and ths entrance and
the strings of electrlo lights. In two or
three days svery vestige, it Is expected, of
the most successful street , fair and car
nival ever held In Council Bluffs will be
Treasurer H. it. Vsn Brunt of ths car-
nival committee, speaking of last aeek's
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festivities, said last evening: "Dreplte the
few knocks that are mode each year when
carnival time comes around, it cannot be
disputed but the people of Council Bluffs
not only get a vast amount of enjoyment
out of the street fair, but demand It. It Is
a good thing for the city, there can be no
question about that. It Is certainly a great
advertisement and It brings a great number
of visitors to Council Bluffs. This year's
carnival waa . certainly a record breaker
and the clerk of the weather is most as
suredly entitled to a gold meda ' Just
think of It;- six whole days and not a drop
of rain." ,
BOOTH NO. 10 OF BOURICIUS PIANO
HOUHK. IS ONE OF THE GREATEST
ATTRACTIONS AT THE CARNIVAL.
THET HAVE THE FINEST DISPLAY
IN PIAN08 AND OTHER MUSICAL IN
STRUMENTS EVER SHOWN . ANY
WHERE WEST OF CHICAGO. CALL
AND GET A BOOKMARK OR OTHER
SOUVENIR AND HEAR THEIR PIANO
We deliver our lumber to your nearest
station free of charge. C. Hafer, Council
The Clark Drug company will serve the
following drinks this week: Greenland Ice
berg, 16c; American Sundae, 15c; Madja, 10c;
Southern Beauty, 15o; Frosen Phosphate,
10c; Eldorado Sundae, 16c; Tropical Sundae,
16c; Happy Thought, 16c; Carmacleta.
Hew structure Christina Hone.
Now that ths former frame buildings
which encumbered the site have been re
moved work on the new boys' dormitory
at the Christian home is to be commenced
this week. The building Is to cost $,0u0
and will form the third of the large, sub
stantial and handsome brick and stone
edifices erected at the Institution within
the last two years or so. The contract
calls for the completion of the building by
April 1 of next year.
The plans call for a building 115 feet long
and forty-five feet deep, two stories and
basement high. .It will stand north of the
memorial building, fronting on Seventh
street, and extending most of the distance
between Avenue D and Avenue E.
The first floor will be used for afflicted
children of both sexes, the two sets of
apartments being separated by a reception
hall and ths rooms of the matron. Each of
these dormitories will be. 21x40 feet. The
dining room and kitchen will be on this
floor, with bath rooms on both floors. The
boys' quarters will be upstairs, where there
will bo a large room on the front side of
ths building twenty-one feet wide and 115
feet long. Back of this room will ba a
gymnasium twenty feet In width and fifty
six feet lo length. A pavilion at each end
ef the front corners will be used as sitting
rooms. Ths building, like the other two,
will be of pressed brick with handsome
Omaha Mi Get Verdict.
LOGAN. Ia., Sept. . (Special.)-At the
district court yesterday the matter of
Cackley brothers of Omaha against Samuel
Richards was decided by the Jury bringing
In a verdict for the plaintiff In the sum
Of MOO. . Richards lives at Modale, but
recently ran a saloon at Missouri Valley,
where he became Indebted to the Cack
ley a In the course of the suit Richard's
Ice house at Modale waa attached and sold
for lilt and applied on the plaintiffs claim.
Rocker Gets Life "eateaee.
SIBLEY, Is., 8ept. . A Jury In the dis
trict court this morning found Charles
Rocker guilty of murder In ths first degree
and fixed the penalty at life Imprisonment.
Rocker previously had been convicted In
Lyoa county of the murder of Auguat
Schroeder, whose widow be married, and
was sentenced to death. The suprems
court reversed the verdict on a tecnlcallty
and the case was aent here on a change of
Olsoa Goee lato Baak.
ONAWA. Ia.. Sept. . Speclal.)-Oliver U
Olson, who for four years has been
recorder of Monona county, yesterday ac
cepted a position as aaaiatant cashier of the
Sloan, Ijl. BUte bank. He will take up
hla new dutlea January L when his term as
recorder expires. .
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lutely no corn is
required to prepare
heavy or , sticky, but a pale, light, exhilarating, strengthening and wholesome beer
rill do you good. Try it today. Just one trial is all we ask. You will never
l second invitation.
Order a case for your home today. If your dealer cannot supply
you, send your order direct to us, and we will supply you promptly
Krug Brewing . Company
DISAGREE ON CROP FIGURES
Assertion ii Had .Elevator If en Flaoe
Cern Yield Toe Hieh,
CHARGED WITH TRYING TO BEAR PRICES
Fraternal Inanraace Men to Meet Tbla
"Week and laearance CommlasloB
Work Will Come Tp for
(Tom a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. la.-, Sept. . (Special.)
Farm Implement meh and ' farmers are
charing that the Grain" Dealers' associa
tion Is trying to boost the corn crop and
thus run the price of orn down. Since the
statement of George a! Wells, secretary of
the Iowa Grain Dealers' association. In
which he made the estimate of 881 ,000,000,
an increase of 36,000,000 bushels over last
year, farm Implement agents here have
asserted that the actual conditions will not
warrant any such prediction. A number
of them say that In the southern part of
the state especially the corn Is dry and
firing, that lri Clarke and Lee counties
especially there has been scarcity of rain.
Two traveling men for the International
Harvester company said today that In the
southern part of the state the corn crop
will not be up to that of last year. On the
other hand in the northern part of the state
they are asserting that the rains have been
abundant, but have kept the corn green,
and In that section torn 'In many places
muf have nearly ' the whole of October
free from froBt before It Is safe. M. P.
Sproul, general agent here for the Inter
national, said today,' however, that Wells'
estimate was not extravagant, but was
about the right figure according to the re
ports he has received from ' all sections
of the state. There is thus disagreement
between Implement men themselves.
Fraternal Men !ext Week.
Th Iowa fraternal insurance 'men will be
In session the coming week In this city
and It Is expected that something ofv con
siderable interest will develope because of
the suspected intention of the Insurance
commission to recommend higher rates for
the f internal lnaurance companies. Fra
ternal Insurance men believe that the meet
ing will result In the appointment of a leg
islative commission to watch legislation at
the next session of the general assembly.
At that time there la sure to be Intro
duced a number of measores vitally affect
ing the fraternala. This question of leg
islation Is to be the overshadowing question
at the coming session of the fraternal In
Una Solved Tramp Question.
Dandelion digging as a solution of the
tramp problem in summer 'Is the remedy
thst will be presented st the meeting of the
League of Iowa Municipalities by Mayor
O. L. Ingledue of Marshalltown. The con
vention of the league will be held lri this
city ths comlns; week, September IX, IX and
14. The solution to the problem was given
a severe test I'urlng the past several months
In Marshalltown by Mayor Ingledue with
the result that trampa ahuu Marshalltown.
Easly last aprlng several were captured
and were set to work digging dandelions
along the streets in the residence section
and In the public parka. Ths word was
quickly carried to all the tramp fraternity.
Mayor Ingledue will discuss exhaustively
the tramp question In a paper. Aside from
this question and that of the Galveston
plan of city government the most Important
questions to corns before the lesgue are
that of street lighting, to be presented by
Mayor J. C. Williams of Oskaloosa, and
garbage disposal, to be presented by Dr.
N. W. Gets, secretary of the Iowa Asso
ciation of Health Officers, and Dr. I A.
Thomas, the secretary-elect of the State
Board of Health.
liar wear for Jasper.
There Is some evidence that a harmony
program will be started for Jasper county.
If none can be started republicans of both
factions believe the county will unques
tionably go democratic In Wapello county
the county ticket was not nominated at
Uie time of the split when the suts dele
If, as you should be,
We urge you to try one
and the beer that likes you.
will find it different from
Beer brewed, especially for American
is the embodiment of purity
Bohemia and from malt made from the best barley in the
used in it. The rice is imported from India and more
it. The water is from our wonderful artesian spring
sparkling of Nature s products.
Beer is made right, from the right ingredients and is of absolute purity. It
is fully aged in the most perfect manner known to the art of brewing.
is why jft&&& Beer is the beer you like and why it likes you.
gates were selected. As a result an op
portunity for reuniting the factions pre
sented Itself ' and the chairmen of the
rival factious united In selecting a date
and place and temporary chairman for the
convention to name county candidates. In
Jasper the county ticket was nominated
when the state delegates were selected,
and as a result there are two county tickets
In the field. Both have asked the county
auditor to give them place on the ticket
and both have filed their list of nominees
ss the regular republican ticket, In spite
of the discouraging situation It Is learned
that leaders of both factions have been at
republican headquarters In this city en
deavoring to fix up a solution and the
probability Is strong that one of the fac
tions will withdraw Its list of nominees.
Ex-Attorney General Hopefal.
Ex-Attorney General Baker of Center
vllle, who was In this city yesterday snd
today, declares that the signs of a repub
lican victory, so far as his county Is con
cerned, are growing brighter every day.
General Baker Is. a resident of Center
vllle, in Appanoose county, and has been
Intimately associated in many ways with
Clauds R. Porter, the democratic nominee
for governor. He said today: "I know
of five prominent republicans In Appa
noose county who, when Porter was nom
inated, were going to vote . for him and
were red hot for him. Toda. every one
of them Is getting ready to go out and
work enthusiastically for the whole repub
lican ticket. There are many other like
them In our section of the state." General
Baker Is a republican and his statement
was made to ex-Congressman Walt ''But
ler, who Is In charge of the democratic
headquarters here, following a claim by
Mr. Butler that he was every day receiv
ing many letter from republlcana saying
they would vote for Porter and Dennlson.
Neero Shoots Marshal.
HOPKINS VI LLB, Ky.p Sept. t.-John
Dickinson, town marshal of Trenton, was
shot and fatally wounded last night by
Godfrey Ray, colored, whom be attempted
to arrest for wife besting. Ray escaped
after bloodhounds had followed his trail
alx miles. Hundreds of srmed men are
seeking him and if he Is captured lynching
is bellsvsd to be certain.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Moaday aad Taeaday aad Cooler
la Weatera Part of
WASHINGTON, Sept. . Forecast:
For Nebraska and Kansas Fair Monday
and Tuesday, cooler In west portion.
For Illinois Fair Monday; Tuesday local
showers, light to fresh south winds.
For Missouri Fair Monday and Tuesday;
cooler Tuesday In northwest portion.
For Iowa Fair Monday; Tuesday show
ers and cooler.
Fur Colorado and Wyoming Shower and
cooler Monday; Tuesday fair.
For North and South Dakota Scattered
showers and cooler Monday; Tuesday fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Sept. 8. Official record of tem
perature ana precipitation comparea witn
the corresponding day of the luat three
years: 1W. 1306. 104. 1J0J.
Maximum temperature... Hi 72 88 60
Minimum temperature.... 72 60 (1 63
Mean temperature M K 74 til
llecdpilatkin T .00 .00 .43
Temperature and precipitation departure
from the normal at Omaha alnce March 1
ai:d comparison with ths last two years:
Normal' temperature tig
Excess for the day 17
Total excess since March 1, 1906 60
Normal precipitation 10 Inch
urnoit-nc y fur the day 10 Inch
Precipitation alnce March 1 18 SO Inches
Deficiency since March 1 4.88 lnchea
Deficiency for cor. period. 14... 7.11 inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 19t4... I. U Inches
Reports from Btalloas at T P. M.
Station and Stats Temp. Max. Rain-
of Weather. 7 p. ni. Temp. fall.
Cheyenne, part cloudy 71 82 .06
Chicago, clear SO M .00
DHvenport, clear 84 (2 .00
Denver, part cloudy 76 H6 .Oil
lUvre, clear; 66 72 .;
Helena, cloudy ( 04 .01
Huron, clear 88 H .(0
Kansas City, clear 86 04 oi
North Platte, clear 84 96 .01
Omaha, clear 89 M T
St. Iula, clear , 84 84 . 00
St. Paul, clear , VI .. 90 .00
gait Lake City, clear 84 86 .00
Valentine, clear SO 86 .00
T maicates trsce or precipitation.
L. A WELSH, Local Forecast tr.
The BEER you
If you really care for. purity, wholesomeness and
what you eat and drink,
you are at all particular about
bottle of JrJf.ty Beer
other beers because it is
brewed from the best hops grown in
DIRECTORS TO PUT UP CASH
Will Require Three Million Dollan to
' Beorcaniie Trait Company.
RECEIVER EARLE WORKING OUT PLANS
Statement lasaed hr Rev. Dr. Roberts
Shavers Loss of Presbyterian to
Be Greater Thaa at First
TJUTT inp-T.rTTTA Sent. 9. All of the
director of the wfecked Real Estate Trust
company have agreed to Receiver Earle's
plan for reorganising the company. Today
Mr. Earle received a telegram from Dr. 8.
Weir Mitchell, the only member of the
board of directors who is away from the
city, agreeing to the proposition that the
directors contribute the amount deemed
necessary by the receiver. Mr. Mitchell ex
presses his willingness to bear his portion
of the burden. The other directors had
previously assented to the plan.
Receiver Earle spenf today at nis nome
In Bryn Mawr working on the details of his
proposition, which he hopes to be able to
present to the ' directors tomorrow, tit
also expects to call a general meeting of
stockholder and depositors In order thor
oughly to acquaint them with his purpose.
The loan made to Segal by President Hip
pie aggregates more than $6,000,000 and bis
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A statement Issued tonight by Rev. Dr.
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sembly of the Presbyterian- church, an
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trust funds of the trustee of the .church
which were lost In the collapse,' deposits,
amounting to about $130,000 are also Irs'
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LOOKING INTO STANDARD .OIL
Goverameat Examines Teattmeay
Seeared by Attorney Oeaeral
f Mlaaoart. ' '
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Sept. . Charles
Connor, special agent of the Department of
Justice at Washington, who has been. her
for the past ten days examining th evi
dence obtained by Attorney General Had
ley In his proceedings against the Standard
Oil company, left last night for St. Paul,
where he will submit a report on the result
of his Investigations to F. B. Kellogg, spe
cial counsel for ' the government In ths
Standard Oil Investigation.
The presumption here Is that .proceedings
will be Instituted at St. Paul against th
Standard Oil company, t .
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