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TOT, OMAHA DAILY REE: MONDAY, OCTOBER S, li0G.
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CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl St Tel. 43.
Btochert sells carpets.
Fin engraving at LenVrt's.
Ed Roger' Tony Vaunt beer.
Got those new photo at Bchmtdt a
Plumbing and heating, Blsby Y too.
lwla Cutler, funeral director, 'phone WT,
Woodrlng Undertaking company, Tel. 888.
Born to Sheriff and Mm. Ed. Canning,
yesterday, a son.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
The regular monthly umiIoii of the II
lirary , board in elated for tnts evening.
Superfluous hairs removed permanently by
electrolyses at Graves, 105 pearl street.
Sea Stephen Bros, for firs brick and rite
clay, sewer pipe, fitting and garden bos.
Mr. C, A. Tlbblta 1 home front a four
aeeka' visit, in St. .ouls . and Illinois
Judge Srtitl' Hill mslie nn Assignment
of rases today 'for tlw October term of the
superior court. , i
Morgan- Cutler left last evening for Chi
cago -To- resume his studies In tlio Hahne
nisnn' Medical college. ;
t yon want It don Tight? If you do let
Borarfrk, Zll ' 8. Mb In; do- your papering,
painting snd Interior decorating.
1 pay 412 per too for caat Iron; mixed 819;
stove. J; rags, lVo per lb.; rubber, 7Vc;
copper, 14c per Tb. J. Katelman, 808 Main,
both 'phones S50. '
Friends In thh rky-hsv received word
tlfat Mrs. Ida, Wet Heybort. formerly of
Council Bluffs, km seriously 111 at her
home in Des Moines.
The city council is scheduled to meet m
adjourned , regular session , this evening.
As fur as is known, there Is nothing of
ImporlRrte to come up.
We hv the flnest lin of sampla monu
ments to select from in the west. Shecley
t Lane Marble and Granite works, 117
Kast Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
The congngatlon of the First Presby
terian ehurch of this city will celebrat
ih neml-oentennlsl annlversnry of Its or
ganisation, commencing Friday evening of
this week. -
la a. blue rock shooting contest yester
day at, Pony Creek between a team from
the Council Bluffs Gun club and the Iewls
township team, the Bluffs shooters won
by a score of 100 to s oue of a possible
Shall w frame thai picture? We can do
It to suit you, w make a specialty of fram
ing pictures. Let us do it, we know the
work and jrlc will be satisfactory. Coun
cil Bluffs Paint, Oil and Olasa Co., Merriam
Under peculiar circumstance we make
tha following prices: Carpets, per yard, 3c
and up; linoleum, per yard, 60c and up; oil
cloth, 25c and up; stove pattern. Toe and
up; sink board, wood lined, 7frc and up. 1.
W. Keller, 103 South Main street.
A chance for a bargain, do you want It?
TVs hav a Urge stock of carpet and mat
ting remnauts; must get rid of them; will
hJ at most any prio. Stov oil cloth
from 25c to 40a a square yard; cocoa floor
mat. 60c to l&SO. Stockert Carpet CO.
' Htnry' Knapp, who has been the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stlllwell on Olen
avenue, will leave today for Goldneuti,
Nev., where ha is Interested in mines in
the Bullfrog district with several Ne
braska people. Including Former Secretary
of War Meiklejohn.
EVtKI HOU8KWIFE WANTS GOOD,
7TRKSH AND - CL.BAN GROCERIES AT
THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
741 WEST BROADWAY, FULFILLS ALL
THESE REQUIREMENTS TO A LETTER
AND ALL DELIVERIES ARE EXCEED
Mid-week sorvlren will be held Wednes
day evening at 7:8 o'clock at St. John's
English Lutheran church. Th Ladle'
Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon
at the residence of Mrs. N. J. Rwanson.
63 Franklin ravenue. The chorus choir
will meet for rehearsal Wednesday even
ing sfter the service and Friday evening.
John Melhop. secretary of the Iowa and
Nebraska Wholesale Grocers' association,
'Who accompanied John,. . .gcrtoentgen to
i event an operation for his throat af
, fllctlon. has returned. He states that tli
operation was entirely successful and that
Mr. - Bchoentgen, It la expected, will be
able to return home In about two weeks.
'.- CUPS OK CHEER THESE, hot lemon
;ad 10c. hot chocolate 10u and hot malt
ed milk. SERVED WITH WHIPPED
CKEAM AND HALTED BISCUIT, hot beef
tea 10c, hot clam boulllan, 10c, and
hot: tomato, bouillon. Wc. Tasty, NOUR
. 1HHINO AND REFRESHING. Hot choc-
rwt .Kn l&o. Hut malted milk and
' egg 15c and oyster cocktail lue. Oyster
always fresh. Clark Drug Co.
Word has been received nere of the mar
llaga of Mrs. Deetken. widow of Dr. Deet
ken. and Peter Bartel at Seattle, Waah.
Both ar former residents of Council
Bluffs, where Mrs. Bartel still has large
froperty Interest. By the death of Dr.
)ertken. his widow inherited an estate val
ued at about $lo.OM. She wen to Seattle
a few months ago to make her horn with
her wd, Dr. Henry Deetken. Mr. Bsr
tel was in the grocery business In till cliy
for a number of year.
A Great Kaettensent.
W ar making tha lowest possible prtcea
on wall paper. Th latest patterns. W
will msks you tha lowest figures If you will
let us do th work. Guaranteed to be first
claam Council Bluffs Paint, Oil and Glass
Cc. Monrlam block.
DANES TARING ME CITY
Dtlecitta Anime for th OoaTtatiei of
tfc Danish Brotherhood.
MUCH BUSINESS C0MCS BEFORE BODY
Order Whir si Had lis Origin la
Oska Ha Had mm Interesting
Rlstary aad Rapid (irnwth
la the West.
A large number of the. delegates to the
twelfth national convention of the Danish
Brotherhood, which opens In this city this
mottling and lasts over' Smut-day, ' sr
rlved yesterday. The convention Is com
posed of 248 delegateeBd it" Is expecle.i
that, ar fully tested and w guarantee you
satlsfsnism in the purchsse of sn Instru
ment from w. Call on os'. Tour money
will go farther her Ihsn antwher els.
Easy ' terms If desired.' Swanaon Muslo
Co.,- Tf West Broadway.'
nrMJKT RARF.I.Y Mia!F.l W M SI
Sliat, RTldeatly Carelessly Flre-dU
Passes Through Wladow.
As Mrs. Crsndsll wss sitting reading In
the front room of her home at 813 South
Seventh street yesterday afternoon a bul
let crushed through the window and Im
bedded Itself In the wall opposite. The
missile missed Mrs. Crandnll only a few
Inches. The police were at once notified,
but they were unable to locate the shooter.
As the bullet was evidently' from a 2?
callber rifle it was supposed, the shot was
a stray one from loys . shooting In the
neighborhood, but the officers were unab!
to locate the marksman.
Rsldents In Morningslde complained of
boys shooting In that neighborhood, and
Deputy Marshal Crum was sent to the
place. Hf found a number of boys armed
with small rifles and -shotguns and suc
ceeded In spcurtng one rifle and on shot-
that with possibly a few xceptlons all j Ifun, but several of th boys made their
will be tere. The sessions twlll be held
In Danish hall, at the corner of Broadway
and Park avenue, where headquarters
also will be established for the. delegates
during their week' stay In the city.
A the convention is only held every
four 'years there Is consequently much
work for It to do and a greater part of
the week will be devoted strictly to busi
ness, although proper arrangements have
been made by the local committees for th
entertainment of their guests. The first
entertainment will be tomorrow evening
when th visiting delegates will be guests
of the local lodge at Its meeting, at which
W. J. Leverett of this city will give n
moving ' sterenptlcon picture show and
light refreshments will be served during
the social session., Wednesday evening
the visitors will be tendered a banquet
In Danish hall by the local members.
Thursday afternoon the business session
will be brought to a close at 4 o'clock and
the visitors will be given a trolley ride
around the city and likely to Lake
Manawa, winding up at Washington hall
In Omaha, where a banquet will be served.
Friday will be devoted entirely to busi
ness, as will Saturday forenoon and after
noon, the convention closing at the fore
noon session with the election of officers
and the selection of the place of mretttijt
In 1810. Saturday evening there will be
a dramatic entertainment In Danish hall,
followed by a dance and this will bring
the gathering to an end.
History of Orsraalsatloa.
The history 'of the organisation of the
Danish Brotherhood Is an Interesting one.
It is the outgrowth of -an organisation
formerly known a the "Danish Weapon
society," formed In Omaba In the year
1878 or 187. The member were veter
ans of the Danish wars with Germany,
known as the Schleswlg-Holsteln wars.
Only those who had served In these wars
were eligible to membership. Similar or
ganisations were formed In Davenport,
la., Neenah and Racine. Wis., and Mollne,
111. In 1881 these organisations were
merged Into one body, known as the
Danish Veterans, and a year later It was
decided to extend the organization so as
to admit all Danes and their descendants
who spoke the ' Danish language. The
reorganised society then became known
the Danish Brotherhood and started with
this nam with a membership of 16T.
The Danish Veteran society was Incor
porated In 1881 under the law of Nebraska
and a convention was, held In that year In
Omaha. The lodges belonging to the order
then were Omaha, Neenah, Racine, Daven
port and Mollne. On January t, 1882, at
th convention In Omaha,, the name of the
order wa changed to the Danish Brother
hood and the membership extended to ad
mit all Dane and their descendants.
Since Its reorganization in 1882 the Danish
Brotherhood haa grown steadily, as will
be anen by th following figure:
escape. William Capel, the son of Thotnns
Capel. a gardener, living at 1170 East
Pierce; John Senior, living at 134 Canning
street, and R.'Barrett. living at 1 Baughn
street, were the possessor of the weapons
seised by Officer Crum, and they wer no
tified to appear In police court this morn
ing, when they will be charged with dis
charging firearms within-the city limits.
Residents in Mornlngslde complained that
a gang of young lsds , frequented that
neighborhood, armed with guns, and when
lacking other sport, shot and killed their
chickens. Major Richmond stated yester
day that he was determined to put a stop
to this promiscuous use of firearms by the
boy about the city.
"Alpine Horn," "Hungarian Rhapsody,"
"In Rank and File" and thousands of
other copies of sheet ' music and popular,
at 10c a copy, at Bourlclu's Piano House,
335 Broadway, Council Bluffs," la.
B. L M. SCRANTON. This phrase when
applied to hard coal means the coal mined.
We have all the sizes. OUR WEIGHT IS
OUR WORD. Iowa and. Missouri oak in
stock st all times. Brldensteln & Smith.
'Phone 1S2, 14th Ave and 6th St.
Pianos that are always sold at 122S to
X) we sell at 1145. 8190 and 8210. Higher
prlcid instruments ' In proportion: easy
payments. A. Hoepe Co., . 26 South Main
street. Co. Bluffs.
Don't pound the life out of your fine
Wilton or Axmlnster rug by cleaning It
the old-fashioned way. There is a better
way; cheaper In the long run. Our way
will not Injure the finest fsbrlc. Our
wagons will call. Tel. 516. The Council
Bluffs Carpet Cleaning and Rug Manufac
Don't fall to 'see the Red Cross base
burner. Let us show you the Eclipse
grate, the only sto-e made with the
Eclipse grate, fiwaine it Maurer, 336 and
WHEN GOING TO RUILD. GO TO GEO.
A. HOAOLAND. THE PIONEER LUM
BER MAN OF COUNCIL BLUFFS. 724
SOUTH .MAIN STREET. TEL. 245.
Haw you heard th good nw? Our 1907
' wall paper pattern ar coming In and you
will be right In It If you lt u do your in
terior decorating; and when It come to
painting, we do not allow anybody to beat
la furnishing good materials and good
wortc Now la th but time tq paint, the
Insects ar all gone and the weather nicely
settled.' Let us figure with you. Jansvn
Nicholeon. 138 Broadway.
New Bit far AlfaJf Meal Coaaoaay.
Although no official announcement ha
been made by th Commercial club. It la
aid that a lt for th proposed new plant
of th Alfalfa Meal company has been se
cured ,,4 that the company -will remain In
Council Bluffs. Th alt said to have been
1 obtained covers a block between Broadway
m First avenue and between Thirty
second and Thirty-third streets. Part of
th ground belonged to th Water Work
company, and the latter recently pur
chased swven. lots - from ' th . city In the
am neighborhood to replace those re
cjulrad for the plant of the Alfalfa Meal
company. ' ,'
t It I understood the company will make
bo effort to build this year, but that next
year it propose to expend about 170,400 on
Its new nujuiniB. w i w uw
company will remain at Tenth street and
1S8-.' Omaha, Neb ,
18s; Racine. Wis.
1HK4 Clinton, la
lXKfH-ChU-ago. 111. ,
187 Burlington, la. ...
1M9 Chicago, I1L
1891 Davenport. la. ...
198 Omaha. Neb
1S9 Minneapolis, Minn.
WW Des Moines, la
lltt Racine. Wis
WO Council Bluffs, la.
OLD TIME TELEGRAPHERS MEET
Twenty-Sixth Annaal Session to
Be yield I atloaal
"WASHINGTON." Oct. 7.-Convenlng to
morrow and lasting for three days the
Old Time Telegrapher and Historical so
ciety and the Society of the Military Tele
graph corps will meet In twenty-sixth an
nual session at the Arlington hotel In this
city. The local committee has provided
an elaborate program of entertainment for
the visitors. Including a reception at the
White House by President Roosevelt.
Both- organisations number among their
j membership many men prominent In publiu
life, who In their earlier years were tele
graphers. Andrew Carnegie, Thomas E.
Edison, General Thomas T. Eckert, Clar
ence H. Mackay and George J. Gould are
among the members. The visitors are
coming from all parts of the United States-
6,t I and Canada and a large attendance is cx
4. 847 nActi.fi.
Blags Has a Candidate.
P. H. Johnson, who was mainly instru
mental In reorganizing the ' Danish Vet
erans into' .the Danish Brotherhood, Is su
preme past president of the order and a
resident of Omaha. J. Mlchaelaen, the su
preme secretary, Is also a resident of
The Council Bluffs lodge I known aa
Havnena lodge No. 10 and was organised
Ffty lean m Blacksmith.
Hixburg, adjoining the famous Appomat
tox, where the gallant Lee surrendered to
the famous Grant, Is the home of Samuel
R. Worley. now 83 years of age. and ac
tively engaged In horseshoeing, who often
relates how h shod horses of uaeinlsts
and confederates from 18U0 to J&t, making
the. shoes and fitting them. Mr. Worley
ays: "I havo been shoeing horses for
August 2. 1883. with thirty-three members. ' mr u,"n flftX nd Chamberlain'
r,.H it. m.mkonhin hB. r.r.i,i th. isa , p'n BaJn has given in great relief from
mark, with many of th prominent and I , u"l - .umaum. wmcn aavanc,
j wui k orougni, ana it ia
the best llnlmont I ever used." When
troubled with rheumatic pain or soreness
of th muscles give Pain Balm a trial
and you are certain to be pleased with the
prompt relief which it affords.
"Wall Paper For th next twe week I
wtU sell wall paper at Sn par eent off. Our
, big .line of new wall paper must be re
6acd, A . good opportunity t d cerate
year hen In good style for Uttl money.
W. ; 8k Heweteoa. Broadway and Fourth
at' Council Bluff.
To xnak th horn complete you anust
It a Lexington steel rang and a Radt
mnt Hon hard coal burner. W ar aell
Inff worm than ever. . Remember,, taea
ate) will eat your coal bill In half. Sol
agetrb PUron A Bohoaulng C. .
rir City Cbaaspteaakl.
Tu first game of th city championship
rle between th local ball team wer
placed yesterday afternoon at th South
Sid park. Tb Peterson A Scboenlng team
defeated th Neuma rr by a score of 4 to
g, after a rattling good gam. Th Hustler
defeated th Transfers by a score of It to T.
MALONSr CIGAR CO., M PEARL ST.,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. 1A, DISTRIBUTORS
FOR TUB ROBERT BURNS' Mo CIGAR
AND JJTTTJO . BOBBIE. OLD TIMES
AND ERR18 tc CI J ARK.
If you waat a geod paettiea. flniaU a
ir at the Westers law eel leas. Day
mmA eenlg school. EaraU
successful business men of the city among
It member. The local lodge I much
Interested In this convention, as Its dele
gate to the meeting. Fred Petersen, I
candidate for the office of supreme treas
urer. The local lodge, although one of the
oldest In the order, ha never been repre
sented In the supreme lodge officials and
It member feel that th. y ar entitled
to such representation and every effort
will b mad by there to elect Mr. Petersen.
At the opening session this morning J.
C. Jensen, president of the local lodge.
will make the address of welcome on be
half of the Council Bluff members, while
Mayor Macrae will perform a similar duty
on behalf of th city. H. H. Vogt of Dav
enport. Ia.. supreme president, will re
spond to the two addresses.
CENTRAL FLOUR 81-1. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Ileal Mar
ket. Both 'phone 84.
For Imparted win, liquors and Bud
welser beer go t L. Roeenfeld. wholasele
liquor dealer. II South Main street.
Picture for wedding gift. C EL Alex
ander, 838 Broadway.
Owaer Hoed Msey.
Most sell elegant lot on Glen avenue;
also good dwellings on Seventh street, near
Bloomer school.. TeL 81. Chaa. T. Officer,
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Moaday and Teeeday, with
Cooler Taesday, U Ike
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.-Forecast :
For Nebraska and Kansaa-Falr Monday
anu t ueaflay; cooler Tuesday.
For Illinois Fair and somewhat warmer
Monday; Tuesday, fair; fresh south winds.
For Missouri Fair Monday and Tues
day. ' .
For South Dakota Showers ,,! cooler
Monday; Tuesday, fair.
For Wyoming-Fair Monday, except
showers and cooler In northwest portion;
For Colorado-Fair Monday and Tuea
day. Laosl Meeord.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU
OMAHA. Oct. T.-OfflclaJ record
ature and precipitation, compared with the
corresponding day of the last three years:
. " ' ! 16. 1904. 1Su8.
Maximum temperature m 84 ia
Minimum temperature.... 62 63 62 )
Mean temperature K ;t
Precipitation on .On T T
Temperature and precipitation departures
u nurniaii ki umana slnoe March 1,
I I I 8 s J 8 t M K 1
ii r i.i S s i )
It's Made Right
of the Right Materials
You owe it to yourself to ask for " LUXUS " whenever you want beer.
It's a little better than necessary, perhaps, but that' a good fault.
If your palate doesn't appreciate that Extra Quality, your
stomach will it will do you good, there's no question about that.
We can't give you all the reasons here. v
There are so many reasons why you should drink "LUXUS" that we had
to put them in book form. .......
Let us send you a " LUXUS " book.
But if you'll take our word as a starter and try " LUXUS," you won't have to have
the reasons explained.
And don't forget that " The Family " will appreciate such a treat as " LUXUS," too.
Order a case sent home if you can't get it nearby, let us know.
FRED KRUG BREWING CO.
EXPONENTS OF THE FINE ART OF BREWING
MANY WANT HUNTER'S PLACE
All Applicants Up to the Present Are
Sheriff or Ex-Sheriff8. '
BOARD MAY GO OUTSIDE STATE FOR MAN
Idea Is that Warden Should Be Some
one Who Has Adranced Ideas
and Ha Made tadr of
A GOOD PATTNO SHOE STORE. DOTNO
tl.EC A MONTH. WILL, INVOICS 88.000. ,na comparison with the last twe years
BPLKNDID OPENING. DUNCAN
DEAN. S MAIN ST.. COUNCIL BLUW
- A. Metaarsv A C.t
New Loeatlon of Whlal Bakery.
818 Mynater Street.' Co. Bluffs, la.
Home-made Bread a 8elalt.
V latter Welcome.
N.T. Ptnraelnf c. Tel. fj. Klfht. Mai
urraai temperature ., jg
Bxcees for the day ,
Total excess sine March 1, 1W io
Normal precipitation .) ncn
Ieficiency for th day (Winch
Total rainfall since March 1 tZM inches
Deficiency since March 1. i.nini.hu
ftcfflriency for cor.-period 1M6... S.74 inches
Deficiency for cor. period 1904 . 3.51 Inches
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.
DBS MOINES. 'Oct. 7. (Special.) With
the filing- of the-application of Sheriff A.
W. Mltterer of Hardin county for appoint
ment to the poslMott'Of warden of the state
penitentiary at, Anahiosa the contest has
become quite spirited. All applicants are
sheriffs and ex-sheriffs. Those who have
filed applications HYtr -Sheriff C. W. Jack
son of Woodbury county and Sheriff A. W.
Mitterer.ot Hardltt county. Th other
tentative applicant?. Mayor George Mut
tern of this city,' ei-sherlff of Polk county.
It is quite likely that there will be other
candidates for the position, and there is Do
surety whatever- that the candidate m
lected will be cither a sheriff or an ex
sheriff. The law under which the Suite
Board of Control - in working takes the
board entirely out of politics. The Ana
niosa penitentiary is a sort of pet InHtltn
Uon with the Board of Control. Both,
Judge Robinson and' Mr. Cownie have fa
vored mnkinK the Anamona penitentiary n
reformatory for prisoners from 18 to 30
years old. Mr. Hamilton hug recently come
to the board and is rot known to have
expressed un opinion, but the old board
has all along; Introduced all the refoiins
they could at Anatuosu. They have tried to
make It a model prjson In every way, and
for this reason they may require that the
new. warden know something move about
prisoners and methods of handling: them
than merely how to make an arrest nul
lock a pair of handcuffs. The fact Is, the
methods of running the Anamosa peniton
ti:iry are along the latest scleutltlc lines.
One abreast of the movement In the sci
ence of criminology will likely be required
to fill the position made vacant - by the'
death of Warden Hunter, and as the state
law that created the Board of Control has
put them In a position where no amount of
political pressure hss any effect, and the
more political pressure Is brought the morn
prejudiced the board Is likely to be against
the applicant, it looks much as though the
board would have Its, own way, whatever
way that Is. The board has not hesitated
In all the Insane InHtitutions to go out
side of the state for a superintendent when
it was a question of gettins; a good man.
It may be . that it will deeid to go out
side in this esse. The board has !k-ii ab
sent during most of the past week and hus
not discussed the sufftysian as yet. Sen.
ator Saunders of Council Bluffs recently
said in this city that he would again, t
the next session of the legislature, intro
duce his bill for an Indeterminate sentence
law. That bill provided fr.r turning Ann
mow into a reformatory, and as a reform
atory a thorough knowledge of criminology
will be a greater requisite than as a peni
tentiary. A smill war Is likely soon to be on over
the placing of fire escapes on the new
half million dollar Polk county court houKe
In this city. The building, though abso
lutely fire proof, with not a stick of wood
In it except the duor and window frames
and the floors, Is three stories high and
thus comes within the law requiring flru
escapes. The building stands In the mid
dle of a block just notlh of the Union depot
In ths city. The chief of the fire depart
ment hus ordered fire escapes. The su
pervisors of the county declare that they
will fight to the bitter end In the courts
the placing of fire escapes on the building
on the ground that they would ruin the
appearance of the building and further
more claim that being Isolated from other
buildings and absolutely fire proof tho
building couldn't burn if every block
around It was to burn down. Their chief
objection Is the unsightly appearance of
fire escapes on a halt million dollar court
house and declare that the fire chief must
recede from his stand.
What Cities Will Think.
Officials of tho Iowa Ieiigtie of Munici
palities are watching with some Interest
for the .effect on the city governments of
Iowa of the publication of the results of
tho Investigations by the state auditor's
office. The new law requires tha,t the re
ports of thj Inf-pectnrs when filed with the
state, auditor shall also be filed with the
mayor and clerk. of the city concerned and
that they shall -then (bca nubile property,
hls specific . provision Is for , the purpose
of making the reports open -for- the re
porters and newspapers, the object being
to thus Inform the people of the cities
how their affairs are being governed.
! Creston and Marshalltown are . the only
cities thus far examined. Marshalltown's
condition was shown to be quite flattering,
there being but one criticism and that was
that bonds were paid without specific or
der from the council under seal of mayor
and clerk, but In the case of Creston
there was quite severe criticism. Follow
ing the publication of this report the city
council of Creston met and dlscusspd the
report of the InHpector and he was severely
criticised. The results of the Inspections
are wanted -for report to the legislature
l i getting some other laws along the same
Want Woman's It eforniatory.
Tlie Inst act of the Woman's Christian
Temperance I'nion convention held here
last week was the adoption of a reeolu
tion In favor of a woman's reformatory
and the appointment of a committee to
draft a bill and work for Its paKsage at
the (text session of the legislature. It
was claimed at the nuetlng that Governor
Cummins had pledged his support to the
measure. ' The ofilclul magazine of the
state waa changed from the "Champion"
to the "W. C. T. V. Champion." The of
ficers elected for the ensuing year other
than the president are: Corresponding sec
retary, Ida B. Wine; recordlngsecretary,
Mrs. Mary Williams; treasurer, Mrs. H. S.
Nichols; editor of the olficlal paper, Mrs.
Kttu B. Hereford.
The new slate certificate law. It is be
lieved. rales the salaries of school teach
ers a notch or two. The old law re
quired a teacher to have a certificate In
the county in which h or she sought to
teach. Tills limited competition and
forced teachers to remain In the county or
get a new certifies te. ITnder the present
law a teacher armed with a certificate Is
prlvilged to teach lit any school In the
state and can hunt for a school anywhere.
It Is claimed salaries are already a little
To Hyannis, Nebraska
October 16, 1000, Leaving Omaha, 4:10 P. M.
. To Lakeside, Nebraska
November 6, 1906, leaving Omaha 4:10 p. m. .
To Hyannis, Nebraska
4 November 20, 1906, leaving Omaha 4:10 p. m.
I will personally conduct the above Homeseekers' ExcnP
tons, at which times I will have with me township plaU
howlng the homestead land in these localities.
' . SPECIAL OPPOrtTrNITlES Lands that are now being
cancelled on reports of the Special Agents, of-the Government
are generally desirable, homesteads. I keep-track of all of
the cancelled lands for the benefit of the patrons of this bureau.
HATKS AM) TICKETS Very low round trip Home
seekers' Excursion rates will be in effect on above dates to
these destinations, and to any other points in the homestead
counties in Nebraska. Those holding excursion tickets deblrr
ing to visit other points will be furnished township plats show
ing the homestead land in any section they, desire to visit. ,
NEW r'OLUKK 'ltEH Write today for our new folder
with map of Nebraska, telling all about the 640-acre free home
steads, and how to acquire title.
For further information call or write
D. CLEM DEAVER, Agent,
Homeseekers' Information Bureau',
100k Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska
Mystery Merrounds Death.
8HKL,BYV1L,I.K. lnd.. Oct. 7 Mytry
surrounds the death of Mrs I lira Avres,
50 years old. a well-known and active
church worker of this place, who was found
dead in bed this morning with a bullet In
her bruin. A rigid investigation Is being
Station and Stat
I Cheyenne, clear ...
THB MOST WP-TO-DATB , BE8TATJR- ' Chicago, clear
ANT IN COUNCIL BLOTTO qooD RKR- Davenport, clear
VICE AND HOME COOKING, Th Calu- tiT?, ', ,,
Tmp. Max. Rain
7 p.m. Temp. fall.
Boat restaurant, U Broadwajr.
, Havre, pt. cloudy
Huron, tit. cloud v
I repair talking machines, bicycles' and ' Kansas City, clear .
nrtng machines. . 'M. Williamson, II , North Platte, clear
('Mlll. I War
Bo. Mat net.
We t ' headquartere fer fine plane.
We matter what mar ar need w eaa
gajpstr tt. ' JTr xm m am mt tan
Rapid City. Dt. cloudy
St. Lout, clear
Hi. Paul. pt. cloudy
Salt Lak City, clear...
Valentine, clear 70 8J , ,u
T laaicaiea trace er precipitation.
U A. WL80. LeuaJ rrvtr.
PAY V8 FOR CI RES.
Secondary. Tertiary and
. In combating the "King" of daagerous dl-ease-4io
tlm should be lost, no experiment
ing should be done. Our treatment for
Specific Blood Poison is absolutely safe, rapid
and permanent, and leaves no Injurious after .
effect. Every external symptom soon disap
pears, while the blood, the tissues, the nerve
fibres and the system are cleansed, strength
ened and restored to health and purity.
By the latest and best methods we treat
and cure to remain cured Nervo-Vital Debility,
Main lisee. Sores, I' leer, Swollen Gland,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Nervous Decline, Pile,
It up tare, Kiduejr and Bladder Disease and
all diseases of men due to inheritance, ex
haustion or the result of specific diseases.
OunsultatioB tYee, Confidential and Invited.
NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE
, 5. W. Cor. 1SU mod. Farsan 8u4 ClouOta, Keb.
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