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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, 'NOVEMBER 7'Y 1906.
OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Of the, 1(1 1'earl Nt. Tel. 4:5.
POTTAWATTAMIE IS SAFE
Bstursi Art 61w i Cominc in from ths
CUtVktlNS HAS CARRIED THE COUNTY
Imnf scratehlas; Done Local
Tickets mr Both Parties Mad
Mar Hae. Effect on
Fragmentary returns last night from th
country preelnets In Pottawattamie county
Indicated the election of the entire repub
lican tleket. The complete poll, however,
cf the vot pant. yesterday In the county
and Council Wuffs Is not looked for much
before noooi, if by then today., Tha slie
cf the baJlot, with the elimination of the
circle at the top of the party ticket, making-
it Incumbent tm the voter to nwrk
each candidate voted for, and the huge
iiumber of scratched ballots make the work
of counting th vote a long and tedious
(ask. ., . ; s
Such reports aa wera received last night
showed .that ; possibly never In the history
of a political campaign In Pottawattamie
county and Council Bluffs had there been
ao much, scratching" by both republican
and democrat. In the city preclncta the
straight ballots were conspicuously In the
minority. For' Instance, in' the first pre
cinct of the Blxth ward, where 670 votes
were cast '"there were only ninety-two
straight republican and eighty-one straight
Oemocratlo ballots The same was true
of the dthef precincts In the city.
Some" Fragmentary Returns.
Such returns,. Incomplete as they were,
as were received In" the "city Inst night
huwed that Governor" CUoinilns had car
l f-d Pottawattamie county by a good ma-Jfc-lty
over Porter. The reports from the
i!y 'precincts also Indicated 'J6 election
of the entire republican ticket, but noth
ing definite WH1 be known of the result
In the' city ..Until' late . this,' morning.
Word from' Belknap township was that
Cummins hacj received t2S votes as against
100 for Porter. In 1S0S Cummins received
2S5 against. 75 for Sullivan. In Knox town
ship word. Was that Cummins received 281
as against ZW for Porter: In 1903 Cummins'
Vote was -7M to. 182. fop Sullivan. From
(Macedonia .the report was Cummins. 87
votes against1 84 for Porter. In 1903 Cum
mins received .104 to Sullivan's 97. Lewis
township was said to have given Cummins
majority of S7. Hardin township was
reported" ttf have" given Cummins 94 against
7 for Pot-ten JnJSOJ the vote In Hardin
was, Ctlnjniltis, ift;,. 9u)rtran, 68.
Tl-ka Are Scratched.
Portei .wai. "Wald have-carrled I'ara.-in
townhlpihjr,.te..-tw bot cm rne-other
i hand, Cfceyne,; "j-eptfVncan candidate for.i
auditor.!; was aid to have carried If by
elghty-frt-r. The strongest factional flprht
In the remibllRanirsnka. was waged, in this
township, vthe home.- of Former Representa-
MattJn: who .falW- to He- renominated.
Martin' f rVnds (rese.rtted Ms turning down
and this accounts for .the peculiar situation
In Carson township. ' .
From fCIreSrit- township -it was -reported
!that Port w had won out by fortv-flv) ma
jority, but that Sheriff Canning had run
twenty votes abend of the republican ticket.
In the city a gnl vote was polled, prob
ably somewhat lnrer than in W. .t noon
Indications were for i liRht vote, but dur
ing the afternoon thtnrs picked up and from
t o'clock until the pulls closed st 7 o'clock
voting waji exceedingly lively. The rain In
the. morning undoubtedly was largely re
sponsible for the light Vote polled during
the forenoon. Although both s'les worked
hard, there was little or no excitement nt
the polls. That both republicans and demo
crats were scratching their party tickets
became evident enrly 'n the morning. This,
however, had been looked for. Much of the
scratching Is believed to have been done
on the minor offices.
In the city the democrats nppeared to be
renterlng their efforts to elect Goodwin,
their candidate for treasurer.
Reports from the eastern part of the
county showed that a bard fight was belna
made within the ranks of his own party
aealnst Henry C. Brandea. republican can
didate for representative. This fight eman
ated from Martin's friends. This led the
democrats to have strong hopes of elect
ing John P. Organ of this city as one of
nent grade had not been eKtabllshecl and
only a- temporary groV existed. Where
the abutting property owner refuses to
It elsewhere. It Is believed that but few
properly owners will refuse to pay for the
walks when they realise that the city au
thorities are determined to remove them
If they do not pay.
TH1KK .HT PIKCK
Fur jackets, we hear, are to be In great
favor, because whole gowns of light weight
F.mulnyra of I-:. hllarea'a Sons ( rase
The entire force of employes at the fac
tory of E. Children's Sons company have
gone on strike. The men. through their
foreman, made a demsnd on the manage
ment for the abolishment of the piecework
system of wages and an Increase of 25 cents
The superintendent of the factory hap
pen to be out of the city and conse
quently nothing could be done until his re
turn. Inquiry at the offices of the company
last evening was met with the statement
that -the men had not returned to work,
but that there was nothing to make public,
regarding the situation. About seventy-live
employes are affected by the walkout.
prepared to meet every requirement. Rare
values at 12.50, $."0, $72.50, etc. The John
The famous Acorn stovei nothing in the
market like It for heat, economy, durability
and neatness. We make the most reason
able, price on stoves In the city, considering
the quality. We handle a large stock of car
pets, linoleum and oilcloth. D. W. Keller,
103 South Main street.
KM DSKX TO KJOI TRASMPKIl
Coancllmen to Fight Moving; of Court
"I expect to sue out a writ of injunction
Just as soon as I get out of this election
business," was the statement of Council
man Knudsen of the Fourth ward yester
day, referring to the action of tho city
council Monday night In deciding to re
move the electric light tower from the top
of the county court house and distribute
the four arc lights at street intersections
In that vicinity.
Councilman Knudsen was the only mem
ber of the city council to vote against this
proposition and the other councllmen are
not worrying in the least over his threat -i
to take the' matter Into court, as they con
sider that the city council has the au
thority to locate the city lights where It
deems they will give the most service In
their opinion and have no fear that the
court will interfere.
Councilman Knudsen said yesterday:
"While I am the only member of the city
council who Is In favor of the retention
of the lights as they are, I am of the belief
that the four lights onthe court house not
only do more good where they are thajv
they would at the locations named by the
city council If they are taken down the
difference will be noticed very quickly."
hud no authority to order the placing of I Field's court, provided they pay the costs
. -i., ii. . v v, I Incurred, j
to Fred Sides, aged 2i or this city, and
Sarah Walling. BR"d 20, of Gtenwood, In.
Mike Hrennan of the Vnltsd States K.x-
mv for these walks the city has decided P"s company in this city lias gene to Hot
. ..., . Hit ngs, Ark. ffor a sojourn of three weeks,
o tear Qitt and remove the brick and use, lo ' drlllksJ .ervd wlUl vanilla
and snlUn wafers; hot chocolate, oyster
cocktail, clam and toinuto bouillon. Clark
lmg Co. "
1 pay 113 pr ton for cast Iron; mixed,
110; tov. IS; rags, ivc per Vrt. ; rubber,
7Vc; copper, 14c per lb. J. Kaielman, tut
Main, both 'phones 6S0.
WHEN UOlNti TO BUILD GO TO GEO.
A. HOAGLAND, THE I'iON KER LUM
BER MAN OF COUNCIL BLUFFS. VA
SOUTH MAIN STREET. TtL. 245.
A GOOD STEADY ,JOR FOR THE RIGHT
MEN ATWK'I) WAGES. F. A. SPF.NCKR.
TINNKJI AND PLUMBER, loS W. B D
J. E. F. McGee, formerly of this city and
now a resident of Independence, Kurt., is
visltjng relatives here and Incidentally at
tending to business matters.
You can enroll any day or evening at
Western Iowa college. Students sre as
sisted to positions. Send for catalogue.
'Phone for Information. Both 'phones.
High grade granite work, from the best
Bane impoited granites, lettering, carving
and tracing. Fine monumental work a
specialty. Sheeley ft Lane, 517 East Broad
way. Extraordinary sale of men's shirts: a
sample, line containing many pretty pat
terns goes on sale; II values for iW cents,
tl.no values for (0 cents.. The John liitio
- The regular meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance union will be held
Oils afternoon In the duo room at tne puD
11c library. Members are urged to be pres
ent, a business of importance la to be
John R. Black of Ortswold. Pottawatta-
' mle county, left yesterday few Cotulla, Tex.,
accompanied by four young men and their
I wives, who will Join the rolony Mr. Bluck
' is forming on the 23.010 ac res of land re
cently tacqulred by him and his associates
November makes every Inan have over
coat thoughts, nnd If you are thinking of a
new overcoat for this winter we've sonic
good ones to show vou; thy re Hart,
I Schaffner & Marx make, which means all
wool, nil style, ail wear, or Just a step
higher than the average. Prices range
On Bargain Counter Today Special as- from 110 to tft. The John Beno company.
sortment of braids for dress trimming: . The receipts in the general fund at the
c nriscian itome last weea were en.ia, ncniR-
: 1101.25 below the needs of the week and de
creasing the balance In this fund to tl.(i3.
1 The amount needed In the Improvement and
I contingent fund for .tha .remainder of l'JOl
Is n,iio. in the. manager fund the receipts
That old frame Is beginning to look
shabby. Let us put on a new one. We can
frame It right. Just to suit you and up-to-date.
Borwlck, 231 South Main.
For Imported wines and liquors, and Bud-
aterlals are to be so much worn. We're i wetser beer, go to L. Rosenfeld. wholesale
liquor dealer. 519 South Main street.
A beautiful diamond ring worth 145 win
be given to tho lady receiving the largest
number of votes. One vole glten with every
cent's worth of candy purchased at our
store. Purity Candy Kitchen, 5K5 West
yard. The John Beno Company.
District Coart Today.
The October term of district court,
urnPa tit Imhiir t.vA holnv thp rwiH a rt f tha
opening of which was postponed frr m Ccto- , week and Increasing the deficiency in this
Dor 30 on account of It being pre-election fund to date to Jiils.n.
I MO gTATIUK TE.1T1I AND MARC Y
Overland Limited at:40am a 1:18 pro
The China and, Japa,o
Fast Mall a :1S pro, a 1:10 pm
Colo. & Calif. Ex ii'Upm a 9:20 am
California ft Or. Kg. .a 4:25 pm a 6:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited.. all :30 am al0:45 pm
Fast Mail a 1:55 pm a:30pm
Colorado ' Special .......a 7:45 am- a 7:44 am j
jsortn riait iocai....a :iu am a:oupra
For the Outdoor Man Fur coats of every
good kind at very little prices. The John
MALONET CIGAR CO.. 80 PEARL ST.,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA., DISTRIBUTERS
FOR THE ROBERT BURNS lOo CIGAR
AND LITTLE BOBBIE. OLD TIMES
AND ERRIS 6o CIGARS.
week, will be convened this morning by
Judge W. R. Green. The term promises to
be a heavy one. as In addition to a number
of criminal cases, there are 191 law and 1?6
eqult- cases on the .locket.
The grand Jury will be empanelled this
morning. These are the members: P.
Wahlgren, Garner, Second; Elida Parish.
Hasel Dell; Henry' Wllkins, Keg Creek;
Warren Hough. Crescent; P N. Sucksdorf,
Washington; W. R. Keating. Hardin:
George Olsen, Boomer; G. D. Whitllond,
!,ewls; Victor Jennings, Kane; Julius Btuhr,
Mlnden ; R. V. Churchill, Neol.i; R. 'H.
Graham, Silver Creek.
Best selling coal mined. Both 'phones 182.
Bridensteln Smith, 14th Ave. and 6th St.
Sea the Beckwith Round Oak before you
buy. They last for thirty years. Kont
genuine without the name on the legs.
Bwalne ft Mauer, 33S-S3S Broadway.
See Stephen Bros, for the latest and best
Inverted burners. 69 West Broadway.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Rogers, who
died Monday at St. Bernard's hospital,
where she had been a patient since lssi,
will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the residence of her sister. Mrs. W. G.
Gunn, 52B Damon street. -Interment will be
In Walnut Hill cemetery and Hev. James
O'May, pastor ef Broadway Methodist
church, will conduct the services. A bro
ther, William Gunn, of Oakland, Cal., also
survives Mrs. Rogers.
Jacob Stein, wood and , Junk dealer,
against whom Attorney Kimball under di
rection of the cltv council filed an Informa
tion charging hiin with violating the city
ordinances by erecting a small wooden shed
for an onice In his wood yard on Broad
way near Seventh street without securing
permission and for failing to remove same
when ordered, secured a conttnuance in po
lice court yesterday until next Monday. It
was stated that Stein Intended to light the
Combination gas and electric chandeliers
and the celebrated Welsbach incandescent
gas burners. Why not see us before you
buy. We can certainly plesfce,you on price
and quality of goods. Siephan Bros., 529
West Broadway. " 1 ,
THE RADIANT HOME BASE BURNER
IS WITHOUT DOUBT THE GREATEST
HEATING STOVE V1ND FUEL SAVER
IN THE WORLD. NO HOME IS COM
PLETE WITHOUT ONE. WE UNCON
DITIONALLY GUARANTEE .IT.. COME
DOWN TO OUR STORE AND SEE
THEM. WB W-ILL BE PLEASED TO
SHOW YOU AND POINT OUT ITS GOOD
QUALITIES. SOLE AGENTS. PETER-
SEN AND 8CHOENING CO..' HARD-
If you want the best lights to be had buy VVARB AND FURNITURE, COUNCIL
Understand that Hafer Is always increas
ing In all of the departments except the
price department. .. ' ;
your -burners and mantles at yv. a,
Maurer's. Lindsay burners complete, 75c.
Retailers' Association Moves.
The Retail Grocers' and Butchers' aao
Beatrloa Local b 3:15 pm bl:oOpm elation, which for nearly a year past has gan,M(1 thlrteen ypars Hg t pRy 0 (n
Parish Free from Debt.
The Debt-paying association of St. Francis
Xavier's Catholic church, which was cr-
llllnols Coateal .
Chicago Expreaa ...tl:(Cuo a. 1:56 pm
Chicago Limited. ..a.u0i.iu a 7:30 am
Cnicagro Jt Northwestern
Cedar Rapids Pass
Twin City" Kxpreas
t:hicajio Local ...
jKioux City Local...
. arroll Jocai
IHioux City Local
..a 7:05 am a 6:05 pm
..a 7.50 am al0:U0 pm
..a 1:00 am all.lipm
..all :30 am a 3:45 pin
..b 1:50 pm a 1:35 am
.., 4:32 pm at:50ara
o 4o pra
Vara ifixDreaa ......a 5:50 Dm a7:iWara
at Mail a 1.21pm a 1:30 am
Fat Mail a2:00pm
Twin City Limited a 8:25pm a 7:06am
Overiand Llmlia a 8:38 pm a:15ra
Chicago Limited all:U0 pm all :15 am
Nortolk-Boiienteel a 7:40 am au):Joam
Lincoln-Long Pin b7:40ain blO:35am
Deadwood-Llncoln a 1:U0 pm a 5:05 pm
Casper-Shoahont alruOpm a 5:06 pm
lHitiinah-i:uirlor......b 3:0u pm ' b 6.o pm
I FrcraoneAioUin ., b :W lra bU :40 pm
Chlcasa, Milwaukee at. Panl
t'hl. Vnd Colo. 8Decial...a 1:55 am 7:Mam
aiirornia and re. Jx.a : pra as:ivpm
iverland Limited ...... ..a 5 pm a 8:20 am
ft Cedar R. Loc.b 8.46 am bU:O0pm
St Paul ft Minneapolis. 110 pm 7:10 pm
1 Paul ft Minneapolis. 7:45 am U .54 pm
Chicago Limited ..:eipui s.ooam
Chloao Kxpreaa.. ....... T:45am 11 .50 yro
Chicago Lipreas... - 1 50 pia 81.10 pm
Cblcaco, Hock Island . Pacta
. ' HAST. " c
Chlcaso Limited ,.al:25m a7:lam
)iM M ...."..........a J eo am a 4:30 pea
4' I. Ira it o Mall a 5:15 am a lb not
Iowa Local ....LU15pm b 8 65 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.). .a 4:05 pm ai:etpm
Chicago .tlewa Limited). a 6,15 pm aiiao pm
' ' "...JtMiv.
Rocky Mwmtain LIm...a T:S am a 8:18 am
Colo, and Cat. JSxprasa.a 3:01 pm a 1.55 pm
Okl. and Texas a'.x a 4:40 pm al3:U5 pm
Lincoln. Fall bury and
Brllevill .-..i a 8-50 pm aJO.OO am
a Lauy. o uauy azcepi nuaoay.
fiU Louis Express a 8:00am a 8 10 on
K. C and 8U L. JCx aJLUpm a loo pig
St. Louis Express a 8:30 pm a 1:48 am
bt. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) 8:15 am al0:10 pm
Btauberry Local (from
Council Iiluft) b 5.00pm bU Mara
HlRLlMarON tTAllUJl loth ft MA SOX
been holding its meetings in the rooms of
the Commercial club, has secured other
quarters. It has arranged to use the office
of Justice Gardiner next the southeast cor
ner of Pearl stret and First avenue.
The Commercial club refused to allow the
serving of lunch In its rooms and the meet
ings of the association without something
to eat and drink became too formal to
suit many of the members. "A cup of
coffee and a sandwich, If nothing more,
goes a long way to make meetings such as
ours convivial and enjoyable. Wa men
who spend most of our time in our stores
need a little relaxation and when we moved
Into the rooms of the Commercial club we
greatly missed the lunches we used to
have at our sessions," explained one of
the officers of the association yesterday.
.a 8:10 am
8 .00 am
enver ft Callfoml:
Lincoln Local ,
Lincoln ' r asi Mall b 1:00 pni
Ft. Crook ft Plattsm'th b f 50 pm
Relieves ft Platura'th..a 7.64 am
. Bellsvus ft Pac. Juno. ..a 3:70 an
Bellevus ft Pac. June. .a 3:10 am
Chicago Spacdal ...,..l1..Sinl
Chicago Kxpreas a 8:43
Chlcaao Flyer a 8 OS pm
Iowa Local a 3 15 am
Bt. Louis Rxpreji.. a 4 46 pm
Kansas Clty-t, Jo....alA 4B pm
- JPm a 8 30 pm
,T In a :c a
For a street or house gown a woman finds
nothing with more style or durability than
voile, but remember thers are two kinds,
one that looks pretty but don't wear, the
Other, our kind, a combination of style and
quality. Pries range, $1 $1.25. S1.50. 32.00.
The John Beno Company.
indebtedness of the pn-ish, bae completed
lis labors and the debt of ?J0.'0 which was
on the property when It first undertook the
task has been wiped out.
Now that the d'-bt has been paid, the
congregation , is turning its attention . to
renovating the church. It i being painted
Inside and out and Sl.tKiO suhs.'-lbed by the
members will be devoted to these Improve
ments. St. Francis academy, St. Joseph's paro
chial school, the church and tho residence
of the priest are now all entirely free from
any Incumbrance, and the congregation Is
consequently feeling Jubilant.
Woman Serlonsly Hart.
COLFAX. Is.. Nov. .-speclal.)-ln
mysterious explosion which; shattered the
furnacje into a thousand pace's, Mrs. D.' S.
Duffus of this city was quite badly injured
yesterday afternoon, 8he dad been filling
the furnace with coal. Just as she closed
the furnace door there sur a tremendous
explosion and she was hurled twenty feet
to one Hide of tus cellar. The furnace was
blown to pieces and only by a miracle was
the hwuse saved from destruction by fire
Bishop Cosarove Very III. .
DAVENPORT, la., Nov. .-(Speclal.)-
Blshop Henry Cpsgrove of the Catholic dlo
cese of Davenport Is reported very weak,
but no nearer death, apparently, than he
was last Thursday, when" prayers wei
asked for him In all the Catholic churches,
It now appears-that his life may possibly
be prolonged for some time.
Happiness in a Tablet
Perfect Health for livery One Procured
at Small Cost.
How many times have you sat down at
your meals absolutely disgusted at the
Rugs that will harmonize with your sur
roundingsthat means every new pattern
and kind worth having at prices to har- i thought or sight of anything to eat?
monize wnn your pocaeiDooa. tome una
sec. Ths John Beno Company.
I CENTRAL KLOUR 31.16. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both phones 24.
A. Metigsr ft Co..
New Location of Wholesale Bakery,
.518 Mynstsr Street, Council Bluffs, la.
' Home-made Bread a Specialty.
Tou get ths lowest price, easiest terms
and best guarantee on your piano when
purchased at A. Hosps Co., 26 South Main
St.. Council Bluffs.
. Our highest ambition is, when wa frame
a picture for you, to do It right and please
our customers. Perhaps you have a picture
that needs framing. Bring it to our store
and let us see what we can frame It for.
Weil do It as reasonable as It possibly can
be done. Council Bluffs Pamt, Oil and Glass
Company, Merriam block. - .
a L40 pm
3 05 am
a 12:01 nni
7 -0 am
3 30 am
a 1 60 pm
a 7. a am
a 8 .55 pm
lu 51 pm
all 30 am
a : am
Mast Pay for Sidewalks.
The city authorities have decided to
adopt drastic measures In the cases of
property owners who refuse to pay for the
brick sidewalks laid oil temporary grades
in front of their premises. Efforts by the
contractor to collect his pay for such
walks have in many instances been with
out avail, the abutting property owner re
fusing to pay on the grounds that the city
How' many times have you. at down at
your meals without the trae of an appe
tite, Just because It was "time to eat?"
How many times have you felt a gnaw
ing, unsatisfied 'still-hungry" feeling in
your stomach, even after you were through
How many times have ! you felt that
"lump of lead" on your stomach after
eating, whether your maal was well cooked
or not? ,
And how many times have you suffered
a nnuia lot oi oiner iiungs from your
stomacn that you couldn t explain, but
Commercial t'lnb Merlins;.
The call for the regular monthly meeting
of the membership of the Commercial club
this evening at the dub rooms has been , lht made you grouchy, miserable, out-o1
Issued by Secretary Reed. Efforts to hold i "rt and generally sour on everybody and
the two or three previous monthly meet- I everything .
ings failed for want of a quorum on each ' to say you couldn't tell. You
occasion. A new executive committee don't keep track Of thoae things, of pourse,
should have been elected three months ago, but Vu know you've suffered them. You
but failure to secure a quorum at any of probably have had them for ao lung that
the meetings prevented it. A new commit- they've become a habit with you, and you
tee may be elected tonight. If tile attend- ! com to the conclusion that your fate
ance is sufficient, although there Is a feel- j ' to suiter tnem indefinitely and, perhaps,
ing now that it might be best for the
old executive committee to continue in of
fice until the new year.
Who wears the best clothes In town?
We don't know his name, but he is wear
ing one of our swell Hart, Bchaffner ft
Marx overcoats and suits. Stop In and let
us show you. The John Beno Company.
iK.uaas ny-e-1. Jo.. a s u am a 6 18 dio
IWtaaas CUy-SU Joo....a 4:86 pm ........I
K KBSTE TATIO.-15h ft WEBSTER
thl, Panl. MianeasaiL
Twin Citv Passenger..
8wui City Passenger..
as i sera Local
1 KlMvarl Pal
b 6 i am
.a t no p,n
b 20 pm
0 8.45 am
all U am
b 3 14 am
5 50 sia
raska L o e a L
plug Water .
.to 8:58 pm
a' a Dally, b Dally xrspt Sunday. 4 Dally
nx.-pt Saturday. 0 Duuday only, a Dally
blJ 30 pm
f) ' W Clask's m Annual Cwilsa, Sv.iv
L.Jttl 1 7 ''' ' bv chartarad & 8.
Vklil Ar.i,." K.om tg. lhr
VSj. i;.ui..j it, World.
Face Burn After Shaving?
You can avoid it by using
This delightful French preparation
is the most soothing emollient
It hai been recoRnued for many
years as the boat after-shaving; prep
aration. One trial will convince yon.
of its superlative merits.
Get bottle from any first-class
druggist or department More. If
you do not shave yourself, insist
upon having your barber use it on
A frea trial bottle will be sent to
any address on receipt of 10 cents
to pay postage and packing.
S ifia Anw, . Maw Y-fc
MM. M-"H mrs h.
Pictures for wedding gifts,
ander. S33 Broadway.
C. E. Alex-
Clark's, sodas. ,
Etockert sells carpets.
Ftns engravings st Ieffert's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Get those new phetos at Schmidt'.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby ft Bon.
Lewis Culler, funeral director, 'phone 987.
Woodrlng Undertaking comtany. Tel. 83.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Bluff City Masonic lodae will nifet to
night for work In the i turd degree.
I repair bilking machines, bicycles and
sen lug machines. 8. M. Wllllunisuii, 17 bo.
Frank Rotter, aged 7o yers, Of PeiKer,
Neb., died yesterday morning at Bl. Ur
A brauiiful and ornamental gaa burner,
tha WeltUi'li chick lamp, oomplets, l.2.
Stephau Bros.. iJt W. Broaaaay.
COAL TEAMS WANTED to haul coal
for Fenlou Wicktiam COmI coiupany.
Jilsher waxes puld. 17 Pearl street.
Mussing union suit for maq, women and
?KLil at popuiir prtcxA BLrcJuslvs v genes
itr this city. Tha Joiisr Bao cuiuiau.
Tha boys who removed a 'wagon Hallow
een night from the premises of Mrs Char
loits parkhani In the western part of the
cltv liavt relumed the vehhis to Its owner
And so men, much like horses, standing
unhitched at the hltctring post, think
they're tied, and so tbetr biblt makes
But no one need have dyspepsia, nor In
digestion, burning sensations, heartburn,
nausea, eructations, bad memory, loss of
vim and v!g'r and the happiness that
comes from a healthy stomach and a good
appetite, if he will only leave iiyj.old hitch
ing post and tie himself to a new one, one
that will hold him to health, Joy, ambition
and a clear mind and memory, and tha
sunshine thut goes with them.
That, Indeed, is' heaven! And you cun
get tt in a lUtls tablet already prepared
for the purpose, in . Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, those little cherubs of health and
delight found In thousands of homes to
day. Listen one ingredient of one of
thesa precious little tablets will digest (or
you 3,000 grains of food.
This relieves your stomach of the work
of digesting until your stomach can get
strong and healthy again. Tour stomach
has been overworked and abused. It's
fugged out. It needs a rest.
Let Stuart's Dyspcp.sU Tablots do the
work of your stomach. .You win be sur
prised how fine you'll feel after eating,
and how lusciously good everything wUl
HEAVY VOTE COMES EARLY
Indications Are that Cummins Bu Ctrritd
Bute by 25,000 Majority.
CHANGE IN, BALLOT CAUSES TROUBLE
Rriiiuml of t Ircle from 'lirkel Mak.es
It More nifflralt u Vote
Women May Lose Homestead
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Ii:a MOINKS, In., Nov. t. -ttfpeciul Telc-
gram.lKlghty precincts gave Cummins a
net hiss of 2,87 plurality. The ssme pro
portion over the stste would elect Cutn
mlns by 25.O0 plurality.
There was an unusually heavy vote
everywhere In this city today and the re
ports that come In from over the state aio
mostly-to the ssme purport, especially In
he northern port of the statte. The re
moval of the. circle frem the ballot neces-
itates more time In marking the ballots.
n this city there Is a great deal of scrati h-
ng. but It is mostly confined to couniy
offices, there being considerable of a
mlxup on Jugdes because of the failure
of the grand Jury to indict street car men
charged with bribery snd a mlxup on the
offlce of comity superintendent, 'because
of the failure of Mrs. Jennie Huegle to
pnss the slat examination. From , some
of the precincts in this city, particularly
the third of the Second, a large precinct,
reports were sent to the county auditor
early In the morning thut unless more
booths were supplied some voters would
not he able to get to vote because of
the fact that It .takes longer to vote this
year. About five or six minutes to the
voter Is not uncommon.
Reports everywhere from Des Moines am?
the state as well. Is of orderly and busi
nesslike voting. Citizens upproneh the
polls, take their ballot and vote Hnd arc
away again. There Is no standing around
the polls before voting to learn how tc
vote. Everybody seems to have his mind
made up in advance. Polls everywhere In
Iowa were closed this evening at 7 o'clock
According to the law the polls must 1
closed at. that hour and as many as arc
Inside the polling place are allowed U
vote, but those on the outside are not
allowed to vote. Almost the entire demo
cratic organization In this county com
bined Its strength In an effort to elect John
T. Mulvaney as one of the four district
Judges. Reports from over the stale enrly
this evening were that there Is a great
deal of scratching In the Fifth district. It
has been known all along that bitter feel
ing existed In that district but It was hoped
to hold It In check. ...
state Honse Deserted.
The state house wns deserted today. In
the auditor's office there wa no one but
two young women stenographers. In the
superintendent of public Instruction's office
only Miss Schnell, secretary of the Stnte
Ronrd of Kducatton examiners, remained to
keep the office open. Oovernor Cummins re
turned from Dubuque nt 10 o'clock and went
to his office before votltnr. Only his private
sacretary, John Briar, who lives in Des
Moines, nnd two women stenographers were
In the office. The state treasurer's office
wns not opened today, neither wiis the
rallrqnd commissioner's office nor the secre
tary of agriculture's office. The only office
that had a full force remaining wns the
offlce of the Iowa Library commission,
where all the officials and employes aro
May Lose ebraska Homestead.
Miss Livlnia Steele of this city, a cata
loguer In the state library, may lose her
Nebraska homestead. She was today served
with papers by Sheriff John C. Leper of fills
county. In which Robert . K. J ffreys of
Bnssptt, Neb., attempts to Jump her claim
and alleges that she has not compiled with
the homestead laws. He alleges that the
only thing she has done to comply with
the laws was to build a buildlnc? 10x1'! feet
on the lund. Miss Steele pained fame nnd
notoriety some time since by rescuing
George W. Hill, a state university student
Ht Iowa, City, who had fallen through the'
Ice, at the risk of her own life. She w;is
awarded a Carnegie medal for her brave
Restores Distance Rate.
State, Food and Dairy Commissioner II.
R. Wright today received notification from
the Illinois Central railroad that beginning
December 5 it will restore the? old distance
tariff on cream from Iowa points to Chi
cago, Kansas City, St. Joseph nnd other
points outside the st'l-e. This removes the
discrimination thut the dairy commissioner
claimed was being shown to Iowa cream
eries in favor of the larger creameries in
the large cities. A special rate had ln-en
put in so that the freight rate on a 1
pound shipment of cream from Fort Dodge
to Chicago wum 40 cents and, for a '-similar
shipment from Fort Dodge to Dubuque, half
the distance and on the same train, the rate
wu 49 cents. Under the new schedule the
rate from Fort Dodge to Dubuque will be
ti'i cents and the rate to Dubuque will re
main tli same. -The special rates to the
largo cities are simply to be abolished.
The rate cannot go Into effect before De
cember 5, because a notice of thirty days
must be given through the Interstate Com
Steam Roads Plant Internrbana.
A fight is on between the steam roads and
the Interurbans. The Minneapolis ft 8i.
Louis line has announced a cut In Its rate
from Des Moine to Perry, la., to 81.10 for
the round trip. The regular 3-cent fare is
lt.04 for one way. The cut rate meets a
rate put in yesterday by the Intertirban
Railway company when It opened Its new
line to Perry. Just such an attempt was
made by the Rock Island to flght the I
Interurban from Cedar Rapids to Iowa
City, but the Interurban there forced the
road to abandon the rate on the charge
that It was Illegal unless the road put the
same rate proportionately in effect all over
Its system In this state. The Rock Island
made the attempt a second time last year
In its Indlanola-Des Moines rate. Unless
the Minneapolis ft St. Louis abandons its
rste at once the Interurban here will carry
the matter to the Railroad commission and
Frenchman geeks Divorce.
M. LeRnuex of Paris has applied to the
"United States courts of Iowa" for a di
vorce from his wife, whom ha alleges Is
living somewhere In Iowa and writing to
him of midnight orgUs and late wine sup
pers. M. IeRouex's letter is written in
Flench and un interpreter had to le called
to decipher It. It hardly conforms to the
requlrments of the law In this state and
hence cannot be recognised. So far as can
le learned. M. IeRouex thinks all Iowa is
a city, and says his Claiise was an acliexs
and he married her in Paris.
Small Percentage Pass.
Of thirteen teachers who took the state
examination In Polk county last month.
only four passed the satisfactory grades
to secure certificates. Something naar this
same proportion lJ said to have prevailed
In other counties. One of the teachers ex
amined at the state examination was Miss
Mary Riley, a Des Moines girl who was
nominated by the republicans and endorsed
SUGGESTIONS HOW WOMEN MAY FIND
f JJji'ssfoUi Holmes
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ill mmmm mmmmm0i-
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remedies wuimui neip.
' I dreaded the approach of every month.
While no woman is entirely free from
periodical Buffering, it does not seem to
be the plan of nature mat roraon nu i Dam and sufferln f.-r
should suffer so severely. This is niei i,t after I had used the Compound two
severe strain on a woman's vitality. mi)nths 1 became rofrularand natural and am
Wlian nnin oviata antnet h i n IT Is Wron ST nni rarf e.-t 1 V w ell unit f ree f mill llSlll. I am
which should bo set ripht or It will ; verv prateful for hnt Lydia K. rinkham s
lead to a serious derangement of the I Vegetable Compound has done fr me.
whole female orpanism. s0h testimony should be accepted
Thousands of women have teti6ed ; v aj Women as convincing- evidenea
in grateful letters to Mrs. Pinkham tual Lydia E. PinlJiatu's Vegetable
that Lydia E. PinUbam s Vegetable roinpou'nd stands without a peer as a
Compound overcomcR woman special . r(,tm,,iy for au tho distressing ills of
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It provides a Rafe and sure way of l,,r,.PK, nf Lrdia E. Fink-ham's
escape from distressing and dangerous , Vco-clablc Compound rests upon the
weaknesses and diseases
The two following letters tell so eon-
incingly what Lydia B. FinUhain s
Vegetable Compound will do for
women, they cannot fall to bring hope
to thousands of sufferers.
Miss Nellie Holmes, of 540 X. Division
Street, Buffalo, N. T., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
" Yonrmediciiv. is indeed nn ideal medicine
for women . I stiff ered misery for years with
painful periods, headaches, and leariiiR-down
iialns. I consulted two different physicians
but failed to get any relief. A f ritnd from the
east advised me to try Lvdia K. Pinkhnm's
Vegetable Compound. 1 did so. and no longer
suffer as I did before. My periods are natural :
everv ache and pain Rone, and my general
health is much improved. 1 advise all women
wbo suffer to take Lydia E. I'inUiam's Vege
table Compound ."
Mrs. Tillie Hart, of Larimore, X. D.,
Dear Mrs. Flnkham:
"I might have been spared many months
of sutTering and pain had I onlyknownof the
of Lydia E. linkham a eRutabie
well-earned gratitude of American,
When women are troubled with pain
or irregularities, displacements or ul
ceration of the organs, that bearing
down feeling, inflammation, backache,
bloating (or flatulency), general debil
ity, indigestion and nervous prostra
tion, or are licset wilh such symptoms
as dizziness, faintnoss, lassitude, ex
citability, irritability, nervousness,
sleeplessness, tnelaiicholyt they should
remember there is one -tried and
true remedy. Lydia B. I'inkham's
Vegetnble Compound at once removes
such troubles. Refuse to buy any other
medicine, for you need the. best..
Hoii't liesitnto to write to M r.
Pfrkhiini if tltoro t any thing
about your M'kn'S o do not
understand. She-will trcnt you
wllh kimtnesH and her twlrlee Is
free. Avoninii ever rejrretted
writ his; her and she has helped
thousands. Address Lynn, Mass.
Ask Rre, Plnkham's Advice A Woman Best Understands a Woman's Ills.
MUTINY OF MEMPHIS POLICE
Mayor Suspends Chief for Insubordi
nation and Men Kefase to
Heeoarnlse ew Appointee.
will continue in its present sh:i- - until S
Joint meeting of the "police commissioners
and city council is held to take action in
The clectn n passed off ciuh tly. No dis
order whs reported and u light Vote was
A quorum of thC' Fin- and I'nllce com
mission, consisting of Mayor Wntsli and
Commissioners ' Hrm e nnd Itice. met and
adopted a resolution reinstating; O'llavir as
chief of police.
Friends of Mayor Malone claim that the
reinstatement is lilt gal us the mayor acted
under the law which provides tht no mem
ber of the police- department suspended by
the mayor can lie reinstated until he Is
called before the hoard nnd tried for the
Hee Want Ads- produce results.
MEMPHIS, Nov. 6. A mutiny of neatly
every member of the police force of Mem
phis, headed by Chief George T. O'Haver,
occurred here today. As a result this city
has t,wo chiefs of police tonight. Karly to
day Mayor James H. Maionc Informed
Chief O'Haver and the patrolmen that he
desired -to change their election day assign
ments. The mayor explained that he feared
trouble at the polls and, acting under the
recent ' cltv charter which under nrtuti
conditions gave him authority to take full ! olT,'r-so ''hffd against him
charge of the police department, he would
expect obedience to his orders. Vice Mayor
John T. Walsh appeared and Insisted that
the regular assignment of patrolmen be
carried out. Chief O'Haver said he would
not consent to the reassignment, whereupon
Mayor Malone suspended the chief on u
charge of Insubordination. The mayor then
appointed Police Sergeant V. J. Hayes act
ing chief. The patrolmen, almost to a
man, announced that they would receive
orders only from Chief O'Haver. Mayor
Malone visited several polling places and
suspended more than fifty policemen.
In the afternoon Vice Mayor Walsh and
two lire and police commissioners held a
meriing aim pasnea a resolution reinstating
O'Haver. This. It is claimed was illeaal
under the law, and it is believed the tangle
llsecl In Cbsm t'niintv,
ATLANTIC, la., Nov. (Special Tele
gram.) At 11:3a p. in. returns from half
the precincts In Cuss cortnty show Cummins
V-T'l, rotter l.ot'i, h hiss of nearly TOO to
Cummins. Other returns are slow In com
ing In. Four out of twenty precincts show
Meredith trep.) 4.'.0. Illakesley (imi.) for
representative 3."1. For state senator, liiuce
trep.) has xwj and Knimeret .ril. In six
out of twenty, fu'eebnets a gait) of Hwi for
Ilruce. Only one precinct on congress has
reported, giving Smith trep.) 212, Campbell
idem.) H5. There are uu. returns. on other
tickets and uu report on county offices.
The result will uot.be known until morn
ing. '.!' '
Ut to you. That's because, tha Tablets
r thoroughly digesting tin food which by ti e democrats for county superintendent
your BUiniaca couldn't digest before. n, rl,.v county. At the time of the nom-
Ha.vs tbse .tablets ou your dialog table. , nation she had never studied physics nor
anu i " every Uieai 1 algebra. 1n both t which It wns necssnary
without fail. Then you will realise as never h.r to be examined. The four msaths
ror,inai me nunian siumath decides for tre.ni the nomination rill ths examination.
avry nun wcaemer i: win go forward or were spent In study with the result rhi.t
aCkward -and. besides, mu ll loigc-i ou ,h, fnt ,n ,, , H , olhrj Ild
Usi a sluuiacu tu turuieut ( j all ti- a,,
The name (Joseph Tel ley & t'o.) on Overj' pnckiine of Teller's Tea ln
miii-ch every buyer axainst impiirity. Tlic only way to-get acquainted w ith
its dclicioiiKiicss is by trying it.
McCORD-BRADY CO., Wholesale Agents, Omaha.
Mixed Farmingand Dairying
Every man who wishes to better hU condition In life, or who
desires to start his sons on the road to But-ces?, and especially
every renter who wants to own land, should
Heud a Postal Totlay for a free copy of the folder, "A good Dairy
It tells about a new region jtibt coming into prominence as
a successful dairying country. Land is very -cheap, pure water
and nutritious grasses are abundant, there is a market for all
products at good prices, the climate is equable and healthful and
the settlers already there are desirable neighbors.
Very Cheap IUund Trip Tickets the first and Ihird Tuesdays
ttf each month afford a splendid opportunity for investigation.
Don't forget t write me for the folder and also -send me
Uie names of your eastern friends who want tt come west.'
IK IT NOW.
L. W. WAKKI.EV, (ieneral I'shKenner Agent,
1IK14 Farnain rilreet, Omaha, Neb.
,Mi C Cl-Aaviv. M tt . 1.
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