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TIIF. OMAHA DAILY NEE: THL'HSlUY, NOVEMBER jh, lftOC.
Office, 10 rrarl
BOOM FUR F1VMEST FARE
VMiEC st CiW Hall" Dns-iinimiRl
Endwpej th. Movement.'
'.Til TDd lrra. iu iu sank. ,-.'...
.niukiid r.ttr n-n.T ,TWI HILtllitu
1 I its I ,t. . 1 I . . ' . ...
... v .--. p in nkc fur
einr-stlon I ft tilth the Company'
Befere AppraMn tn Inter.
'-.-. atate rmalaalon-
' ii i
. I.. ': ,iu Vxpwtcl. t-ii ' ni-Pilii. -'i.Ut
4ht hio i,liy hall..l dtactfs the njes-
ion .if a etrfclglit 6-c-iit 'tlrpt car f.a-e
u-'tccu Counc'lr KIufTa ahi Omaha biouiht
iptso itemianef. erpeelally from
'!)o Vf-t ttd if the city,. whfcre the ram
walKti.for a.pduced fare between the two
cities had" p-v Inception' Tho cdtmrtl chani
ojr was packed and many had to listen
i. th- proceed. np from tha hallway. Mtiyor
.AlpCrafli pfekle, Bml'CoiIticIlftian WallarT?
itted an pecrptary.
1;, . .nL0"Ul0U .',0 th r'wSB IP MENS FANCY SUSPENDERS.
uoted feUuce'd fane betweoo. the two oilloB
it. disl ,dcvJop at the nieetlnt, w hich
W.EU 'all- ..rt.Q i.l .wt - T I , . , V... - V. rr.
in - V iV,. ...u .....
tail merchant, and thoae, Ptated o bo op-
t'oana to i tn 6--oiit cure proposition wna
so noticeable that It was commented upon
by Bteveral ot . tluo ppmki-. It waa stated
liy one ol the- npeakera tbat the mcMxIianta
M'ho ar4 dppoaed to tha reduced fare be
tween tha two cjtles had' been advised to
TenfalM away from tha meeting;.
, j" a," repult oi. ovtr two houre' Ulscua
Jou th meeting- -ttnd hi favor of. for
w.irdlns "a petition 'to the'- Interstate Coin-Jir-,r"
conunlpslon at. "e)"a8lilngton. asking
H" to lnv.ptigato tha Ktreet car fares b-i.ie.-n
th' two cities together v.ith the
oi lone tolla. Another motion w hich pre
ailoci provided for the appointment bjr
.Jie chaJr o( a ;pmmittee of twelve three
rbrn the city council, three from the Com
, mercla! etub, three from tVie' West Erxl
improvement cljb arid three from the cltl
7.na at larse, to confer with tlie oflicera
fjf 'the street. raJIway Company. Thts lat
ter, nation prevailed after 8incer Smith
. Had tsaiKPfested that it woud be. bent to try
,'conqlliauiry' methods Jjeforo p.ltciujHlni to
itae the '''lnter-stab ComtnLTcc . commlpflon
us x dull over the street- railway company.
. ' ! flptary.-'4tecoiiiitel.
i 'MrdijoJUt QUeKtlyYjed' whether the Inter
Mta.to . Commerce commifsion had, 'urlmUo-llon-
over utreet railways. He said that
several j0-n 'ufto he. waa In Aayor :cf a
-straight i cent fare between the two
'cities and, still-In favor 'tit it. : He re-
- . ount,-d t,,w 'n IW7. when the street rull-way-waa
seeking- a renewal-of Ita fran
chise, for fifty years "Wore the new law
requiriiiff the vte of the people on all
TraircTiiseP Weill Into effeit, he ciilins of
OQuncl'.'BWffs 'lined Pryant street In front
of Oie etty haH and from Broadway, to the
bridge over lh'diafi 'creek while a coniniiLtee
wenvljefore tho city council with a-dctiiartd
.ni fia j lie, v,lll 1 H 1 1 o I 1 oi j . ij : .j, . il i I i.a
r , l.ne cnarter,, tne, company ua jcquireu
t'o fedu lis" 4aree between the two cities
to 5 cents. "'he.,'Ounell, however, did not
comply with Ihe deunuid of the. citltenP, but
Hi1 charter was later declared" unit and
; ,vold by .the, pupuemji ciourt, . ,. ;i
Air. SiuitU gave It is hlrt opinion tauu it
& ,JQBVpi Capitol Ave. 7ii
-CENTRAL r.lXTII-W--na Jb Wor ,
' ly fe writ ten letters. liW . .liiu Hi., l1
block a north Bee Bldg. M 7tl hlj
t HE ACORN- Press. Tel. Doug. iI73t.
ewnracrcial printers, 1S10 Howard ft.
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n.ui.wiri.x". , -MJ3l Fb27 1
.C'OMPLETM llne of 190? calendars. Bnell
Printinu Co.. iA 8. Uth St j-MISJDJ
M US1G AND LANGUAGES '
V'HATELAlX Sc'hool ot ' Langua?esDay
and evening classes, Freja h. German,
duiinlsb; fenclug. Davldg W.6i.
... - ' iZt IM4
VOICE liistrucllon ; opera oratorio, concert.
eto. -Grace A. xiitchcoi.nr ta a.. jin at.
, tTione .7"-'1"r V- x - P
.v CLAIRVOYANTS V
MADAME BUDDHA.' -:
- - The leading palmist of Omaha,
Reyalatlons of past and future described.
Parlors, lit 8. tftth Bti. upp. Boston Store.
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CHIROPODY AND MANICURING
DR. ROY. Chiropodist; Miss Alice Hall,
manicure. Room 2, 1UA Farnam. 1 eL
lour. titST. M2t
who pay 13.00 and $4.00 per ax-re t
reut should go with us on one off
our regular excursions to where
the U. J". K. R. Is selling tine farm
nd ranch lands at
f J to $4 fr Aer
You can'b'uy In "w estern Nebras
ka, kunsas. Colorado or Wyoming-.
Vof- lull Information regarding
lands and special excursions apply
UN3 AGCKCY. U P. R. R.
D at. kv ata s. ith sl omaha
nioP08ALS .FOR Clpthi.ng and
KuLlPxaE -Depot Uuanermaster s
OttoM, 4d hud Olive Sis., d,. Loui, Mo.,
r Nov., 2o, llpAi. fi-ialed pioponaU, iu a p.l
: iHt," aubjeel to Ubual conduioiin, will oe
( receiveu be.e uutvl 12 ii cik-h uovii. Decem
. l.r 10, IVo. au4 llnui oprlieu. foi tUia.sU.ng
and .Uellvenis at the tit. Louis Uupo. of
( H. w a-riinu.isior,s dojuir uuuul, L. 8.
army, M.vw corn brwoms and i o-jo ncrubblug
, .Lruulies. iMUuetlo. 'Hie light la reserved
to reject or accept any or ail pi'oa.-Miis
"or any part Iheieof. Preference will be
given to articles ot douiftuo maiiufacture, i
. .-.umalilona of quality ana. price cliioli.Uing I
.ii irl,e.uf-ioielgu productioas or niunuf-tc- i
tuir - l be duty liif-r,.ni being quil.
Si-uidard eaniples cau be seen at. and
hlaii. for, propoMde anj f-j, inroriiiuiiun '
Wi.l bo r ur..isi.d upon apii.luat ion to tins
obc. kjivslw!-,; xir,:.n.r. rMo..jla to
be lidariod ' proi-oirils Iro.-e and!
- trus.-.c-i. io ue otw-neo ..i i-..-ci' noon,
Ljal.;!er ly-h. Js-Zh I t. . .-'. von
, jlcartuler, I)pi oir,iii,.i i , -s. v
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DEPARTMENT OF iiU" INiUHluR
I nimd Blalas GeiWogloal honi-y, ttocia
1 inline 6rioa. V.'aiiiiiai:on. u. C.. Novmi.
bar -l-PJta ealJ pioiHU-uls wili ia
eivd at .the uUK-e uf tl-.o United n!iua
Uec.aaietloii Sei ice, Mltchsd, NubranKa,
Juai 2 uiuck I. Hi., Jnui t, lis.", tor Ihe
-.-oiietructiou ul a .uiveisioo d-n. and heij
aavulvlng the ncinUua uf klout
4.'.-ue yards af -earlb and rock, furnishing
unit blueing Ul etracturea abuut lO.ouo (ei
ti. il of iuni'wr. nl Ihe cuiistiuction of
bout IvM cu'jlo yards of conciete niaMnij
., -.-.ipneiitlon with the Notth PLUI prOj:cL
cbraelia. Pr;lcul.ir limy be o-taiiiel
;toui Uia chief .ensln-i-r. . I jiUf-i Slta? l.e-
Uiiil--.t Hertflce. " ssii -.t ri D . I . ci
foil a il.rt Kl. l-V-t. . V-;-. ' - -.'i-: i
tit !.,-. I Ni-4taeaie. E. A. IIITCHOs'k,
OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
St. Tel. 4.1.
;k hpr,!!;- i Tollable that tTir wjj i,ny
WB..,- 1 1 for. n the conipjny to giant .th
rcdtioi.l fan, nl5 1t fH mo rll.p:..d.
H Paid tip T.aJ rtrnily uf the opinion that
a c-pnt faro would not otily b nd to the
btnfflt if rounrd "f!liifT. but b-foro the
fnd of a yer to thp ptriot car. cotjirany
The ni tiiiK whs (nidres.-it'd jilfi- by
Furinur Mayor l'.ohror. W. c. Unyor, J T.
fni rmjr., Goorg? Wrptordahl, F. K. Kvei-
vt. Jl;irty 8w.;rt-i. (1. W. Skinner, pre!- J
dont of the West Knd Irhproyenipnt club,
CharliP Ttirnblrioni and othi-rP. nil of w hom
vofoc.l the belief lht the jieoplc of Coutn-ll
HluftK were- entitled to a S cent fr'- bi-
t wppii thn two " iticp; I hat hu-Ii h far
wojM rcsait w,1Wi"6 "f uf "ir
w"tern rH,rtl" th city by briimlnc
f'tur froin OhipIm and that rather than
,nJ1,r'" ' tr'ul,! f r-tn41 morfjlmnts of
the cliy it would rtiHterlaliy Increase i
VOI"lJ, UK THANKKI.I
A Nl yoi"l.L !
TAKK NO CHANCKS. IF VOL' 1HV
YOI'Ti CHRISTMAS 1 H KT8 AT THIS
KTORli. THK BTKRlIXU QC.VlJTY UK
KAF7HY AUTICLK WK FKU, WILT,
I CAF8U T 11 B UIVKH TO HE REMESl-
I dl'ijt.'H ti t vv -i'im u ..-t mi-i-vt
ONK PAIR LN FAXCK ' BOX: NECK
WEAR. MUFFLER!". CJIXVEK. ETC..
' . .
;AKE PRACTICALLY COMPLETE AND
RBATy poR EARLY 1U YER8 WHO '
LIKE TO SELECT FROM FULL ASSORT
MENTS. AND ALSO AVOID THE USUAL
"JUST - BEFORE - CHRISTMAS RUSH."
GIFT -SEEKERS' J I KADtJ CARTERS.
THE JOJ1.N J3KNO COMPANY
Choice early Ohio potatoes aL j;c .U..:
llvered In flve-bushcl lots or more. Both
'phonea ItU.i nrtdetiptliie &. -Smith, 101 . S.
See our iH-aiitlful new Xiriaa photograph's
and portraits. We are making- some hand
imo water colors, tv-plu and crayon work
which must be oi-dered before Decembar
17 and we won't disappoint you. Schmidt,
photographer. . .
WE ABSOLUTEL1 Gl AHA.N'TlvE THE
RADIANT HOME BASE BURNER
NEVER TO CRACK.. THE BEST. IN
THE WORLD. CALL AND SEE THEM.
SKATES AND SLEDS FOR THE BOYS.
PETERSON & SCHOENIXO CO.. HDW. &
FURNITURE, CO. BLLFFS, I A.
We will have a nice stock of fancy tur
keys, tluck..cVesei 'chlfkenk,' oyster, earns
sr.d fuih of u 11 kinds for ThanksaWlny.
Central Grocery and Meat Market.
PHOGIHM1 FOR THAKS(iII I1AY
General , Ubaervanre Chnrrhra,
, Hospitals and Otbj- InstKa tlons.
Thanksgiving day. Ill Council Bluffs will
be observed In tjie usual "'manner. While
celebrated as a general holiday, there will
be .no rpeclal features except the' union
services. In the evening- ot the First- Pres
byturiufi iduirch, in- which the- following
f-hdrche-w1H Jciln: First Cotigrogatlonal,
First ' Presbyterian, St. John'!' English
.Liit-bcrsn. First-: Christian,- Brpadway
MothOdlst;, Trinity '-Methodist, Fifth. vVvc
nue... Methodist nnif 8ec6rt'ci PresbyteWan.
The Thanksgiving sermon will bo preached
by ".Rev. , Ja-mes O'May of the Broacfway
Methodist .c,-hureh and there will be spe
cial music by a ciuartet'aud chorus choir
,r,,A.vh.i.,,it'rtfJsl,?.!iirv?5? jM'FticJvittig.. ,
Siscial Thanksgiving; services will la held
ft the mo'rrrtng: tf fit, Taul's - Episcopal
church, when the tector. Rev. JI. W", Starr,
uilt ,.,.,urH a . t-T, inn Imnmnrlola t . . Ih.
will be a hpeclnl musical 'pro-
Htm by the choir, mulor the dlrebtlon of
Mr!. W. W. Sherman.
Tlu. FirHt an,r Sf.cond churches of Christ
t!.atiitiPt) will hold union service at 10:30
a. m. ln Woodmen hull, in the Merrlam
. block,1 w hen Hhe subject will be 'Thankii
At St. . John's English Lutheran church
in the "venlna; the young women of the
, congregation, as has been their custom
for several years, will give a Thunkfgiving
At the General, Mercy and St. Bernard's
hospitals the day. will be celebrated tn the
usual way. There will be the usual Thanks
giving dinners for Hie patients and nuises
and otlif-rs connected with the Institutions.
At Mercy hospital, following .the custom
o former, -.year, the nfternooij will bo aet
aside for-the reception of. visiters.
", At Mount. ' Loreltai the Home for the
Aged, and at 8t. Mary's Home tor Youmj
Women, the afternoon will be devoted to
receiving visitors, and' In the evening; at
St. Mary'a home there will be a dance for
the young people.
' At the Iowa School for the Deaf the day
will be qne of merrymaking. Following the
Peciil chapel exercises In the morning
lher6 wHI the u"ual e,aborate '"'n1nl-8
i Bivin ainner. in me Hiiernuon mere win
be a party fof the younger pupils, wlih
games of all kinds, and In the evening the
oldt-C .studeyits will have their annual party
The pupils at St. Francis' academy who
do not go home for the holiday will have
a reception and reunion tomorrow evening.
The two hundred and more children at
the Christian-Home will enjoy an elaborate
Thanksgiving; dinner at 12:30 p. m. and
Manuger Iemn . Invites the public to be
present and witness -the little folks, enjoy
Thanksgiving exercises were held in all
(TrTCLARK & CO., CHATTEL LOAfisI
Oar baslaess was eetablUlied naaartjr SO 7 ears a(a (1SM),
. W loaut oa horeoa, cattle, hotasehold farattxtr ud aXJier chactoU.
Our reputatlrn and the buatnes we enjoy Is the result f fair aad fa-end treat.
nwU of our patrons during th.se . yaara cv,t rates are 4' -m'v l-wir thaa
other office. Our Ivans are made tn our cwa aame aad rani sold or nag- til el,
Rumambir our new efflees are ops site slue of the ball bom . ar oid oinoj. axe
coBvealftitty errangad with private corurultlng noau We wish te warn the pubi
that we have no conoeotlca with the flnw doing business mnder the name f the
Clark Vlortgege Co., new occuiylng c nr old efllo. It le a omlkment we appee
caate giving our name to their buaineai, but It Is eenfuain' te the publlo.
Our 'Pbone U t!7 Dou t confaee it with ttt TcL f Clark Mt. Oo.
COR. MAIN AM) BKUAUWAV. OVldH AJOKIUCAK KXPK8 OFPICB.
, T V, o ner lite- Uecoroiog
mother ghould be a aourca of ioy to all. but the suffering and
danger incident to the ordeal makes it anticipation one of mierT.
Mother Friend u the only ren edy which relieves women of the great
pain and danger of mstemity ; ihis hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trulis not only, made pamles, but all the danger is avoided
by its use. Those who use this remedy are co longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing condition arc
overcftn-e,-the system is made ready for the coming event, and the
.v..Vw. .1-viuo.ii aw .uiiiuioB to me critical
hour are obviated by the use of Mother'a
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold."
ssys many who .have used it. t.oo per
bottle at druif stores. Book contaminw
loable information of Interest to all women w ill rp 2 -t-
sent to any addre.s free upon application to IrWDifa
imAsnujj n0iLATun uo.. aum. a Ii U BBii.J
of Iho public schools of the city yesterday
! morning and th remainder of the dona-
Hens from the pupll-i for the poor of th-5
'itv Ink.-n up and dlstrib-ited amort the
! chm itcblr organisations. The. donations In
jllv- pjiapc of c:linr-l geir-ds, fruit pud oibn i
foolnuff rrn esiwcinllv libcrnl this year,
At th. lilnl. s. bo, I th- re wan a --.peclnt
Thank--Vi1na pro-fram in t!i nuditurlum
yesterday afternoon in which MrK Robot I
Wnll.i.r. Miss Fannie Dietrich, Mr. Heaps
r.nri "tire. Slough m-sisterl. The Thanksgiv
ing eoTrotlnn at the high a-hool for tho
poor amounted to IM.TL
In the realm of sport thcie will not b"
mm h don. The high school foot bill
! team will go to Sf-tith Omnha to try i.in- i
chidon." whh the hl(th p hool of trait city.
whil" tin .IIiKtlcrp of this city and th..
' I IcinUrii oi Omaliti will tackle one another
Ion the gridiron it Hustler' purk.
! All of the bis Horef will be eloped nil
Jay. whilo thn griiry at orca and moat
murkcis will phut t hi ir doorsi at noon.
lmnlxi Int. nlf
On ll our MkIi Rradr: diulng- room (urnltjre.
20 to St per cent riipi'uubt on our entire Una
of buffets, pi d boa n-!". china cabinet!, dln-
Inn' tables ond chairs from now till Thanks-
(t;yfn. KtUer-Khrnsworth Furniture Co.
EXTitA Y'Ol "LL GIVE THANKS FOR
DUY1XU ONE OF TIIKSU BEAUTIFUL
:; ladies' umbrellas for
i WE'RE THANKFUL FOR SECU-R1XG
TIES FPECIAL HOLIDAY ASSORT-
SI I "NT OF UMBRELLAS AT AWAY BE-
I LOW VALUE TO EXAItLE US TO OF-
FER TI I EM AT THIS LOW PRICE
THE JOHN BEXO COMPANY.
No belter hard coal can be found in the
market today than the C'rosm Crock Lehigh
lor your furnace or any hard-coal stove.
It burns to a cWn aph; sizes, nut, range
and egg. Council Bluffs Cowl and Ice Co.,
A grand opportunity t save big money
on your piano purchane at A. Hop Co., Io
Boulh Main street. Council Bluffs.
CAR THIEVE liET 0tH
Plea ii f Guilt) a art Receive
Grant Booten and Jack Shields, jointly In
rtictcd on the charge of breaking and en
tering freight cars 1n the yards of the
Illinois Central railroad, pleaded guilty
yesterday before Judge, Green In the dis
trict court and were venter-eed to one yeav
each In the Fort Madison penitentiary,
Mike Vend, indicted on the -charge of
the the.ft of a. whit?- sow, the property of
9. P. : Robertson, waa arraigned and en
tered a plea of not guilty.
On account of the absence from the city
of Attorney C. M. Karl, one of tho counsel
for Pottawnttaoilrf county, the hearing on
the application of County Attomev Hess!
for an order requiring the Portland Gold
Mining company to produce Its stock books
and other records to be used by the county
In Its sufts to assess the holdings of the
ptockholders for taxation was postponed
until next week.
Counsel, for L.'A McDonald, found guilty
of Incest, with his lS-year-old stepdaughter,
filed a motion yesterday for a new trial. - '
After disposing 6f some routine matters,
Judge Gre"n adjourned court until Mon
day next and In the afternoon left for his
home ln Audubon.
' The following -additional Jurors, .sum
moned to appear Monday, were drawn yes
terday: .-. ,
Council Blon. F. Eliran. Charles X. Bul
Jef, O. D. Tnlbert, William Jordlne and
F'M: Owens; Y'orkc Honry Pace; Crescent,
C. D. Watts and M. A. Hough; Silver
Creek, J. Strobehn: Norwalk,- Lee 'John
son and H. C. Chrlstenpen; GafneK' A. W.
Younp; Kane (outside), J. P. Gretrer and
Ed Howe; Neola. B. Morrison; Lewis, E.
A. Hess; Rockford. Himut Sigler and W.
A,' ' Swanson ; Boomer, John Handbury;
I.ate to Thanksgiving Dluucr,
If your watch is losing time if it Is,
you will be late to that Thanksgiving din
ner. ' Just drop in and lt me clean and
regulate it. It will pave you a great deal
of annoyance. I do the work myself and
see that It is done right. O. Mauthe, 22S
WE'RE THANKFUL THAT THE NEW ,
HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS ARE HERE.
READY FOR GIFT SEEKERS, AND
T II A T lire . T, T.- . II T T.' Til.nWWTt Klt
MANY RARE VALUES. PRICES RANGE
1 I .,.. I -- 1 -u fio. 1 uunb-jiA Dr.v 1 iu.-.
THE JOHN BENO COMPANY.
MALONEY CIGAR CO.. SO PEARL ST..
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.. DISTRIBUTERS
FOR THE ROBERT BURNS 10c CIGAR
AND LITTLE BOBBIE,
AND ERRIS 5c CIGARS.
See Stephen Bros, for the latest and best
Inveited burners, it West Brosdway.
A Metsaar & Co. '
New Location of Wholesale bakery,
Ht Mynater Street, Council Bluffs, la.
- Home-made Bread a Specialty.
BIO LINE OF FINE WOR9TED TROUS
ERINGS AND SCOTCH SUITINGS JUST
ARRIVED AT E. 8. HICKS, 13 PEARL ST.
The lesson why Hater doe. the buslmas
Is that he delivers tlie iesi goons to your
nearest station at the least com.
, by an exhibiUon drill.
Denial Society Meetlu. i Alary Bejitrlce. the a-ye4r-old daughter or
The Til-City Dental society of Omaha, I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene liLillg-n, died 1'ues
South Omaha and Council Bluffs held Its d,:4v 'J"r" "'mains were taken yesterday to
regular session Tuesday night at the Grand h "" or b,ur'Hl' - ' -hotel.
Following lunch, which was served tf'rSl rubber'
In the cafe, the program consisted of a , i--c; copper. Ho per lb. - j. Ketelman,
I Mani, both '.hones nCO.
- - - - t Thaj,ki.givirig is not eornpl.ite unU-js yoa
Erer-f mother flt
freat dread of the pais
and danger attendant upon
the most critical period
paper by Dr. TV O. Wl!linm, it clinic by
Dr. Scott Covalt, a piper by Dr. Gall W.
Hamilton and k paper by Jar. E. K. Wt-d-i-
ptscdt of St. Taul, Mihn., whlr-lt was read
by Dr. Chariot K. Woodbury.
, , -,
Wi have a new prior for your m.'K. Come
n i.d r them. Sargatit's Family ?! Store.
win.- Yin- i'i-Y II TtT sen vvrvrn i
HEX TOT 1.1 1 HART. PC. UAH M,l. .
& MARX. OVERCOATS OR PC1TS VOL J
CiF;T MORE TO RE TIUXKKTl, FOR '
jt, i , far, 1VJ I u,,i,r , i, f jn '
Tillv -.ir-Ei' r--i nTUi.' rl- i t-T !
THAN Jlbl O.OTHKS. Ol ;fct
STYT.E. FIT. QUALITY AXP MONEY- i
HACK RA TISFACTIOX. WE PELL THEM. '
'THE JOHN HENQ COMPANY. i pults tint Bel oT .hn alter you wmr
t ! tliem ff- dajp whi n you' can a
,. .,' .. ' 1 , ", ... , tatliii-iiiadu putt at Hh-kM' tight up-lo-d.uo
Combination gap and, Oetnc cli.n;Ji;ilis ln K.y g(J nl ,, Hl vrry r(,nu.
and the celebrated WnlflbjU Ineandesc nt ' able price? onp of Hicks' pulta will out
uha burners. Why not pch ub licfore vou ''nr three ready-mndo puits and will at
buy. Wo cm certainly p.eape, you on prio. j XV" txXui? y"i.'
fcnd quality of goods., Sliephim Uros . EJf j clothe It pay.
Y,'est l.lroadw.iy. , .. ' Have you cwr noticed how the mat on
, ia picture is cut? If you haven't. Jutt nott, -
. Marriage I.lreaaea.
Licenses to wed were Issued yestei dny to
the following: ' . ".
Name and Residence. 'Aie.
O. O. Cox, Council Bluffs 21
Cora May Reed, Council Fluffs 21
Henjamln F. Wella. Lincoln. ,
Ruby F. Radley. Omaha
. . . Ijl
. . . 2o
. . . . U7
John .V ChnnKstrem. Coun II Bluffs .
""-' Fox. Council Uluffs ......
?n7; m"'".. :::::;::::::::::
v HI Ixp:an, Hastinaa, la
Mlna Rebecca Frltch, Silver City. Ia.
J"s Leythnm.. l'ot UwaUamla county,.
UlU' " - Neill. Neolf... la
'William II. Stnpetihorst, Omaha
! Nellie E. Henry, Omaha
1,. Aldrlch. South Omaha ...
'Grace M. fc'app. Council Bluffs
jonn Mathews. Council Bluffs
Pansy Gutherle. Omaha.
A l.ncky ThuiiKlit.
To liiive your clothes cleaned instead of
buying new ones Give us a trial is a'.l
we ask and wo are sure you will tell your
neighbors how ntec it: Was done. We dye
lace, plumes, etc., to match samplc-i. Coun
cil Bluffs Cleaning Co.-and- Rug Factory,
04 N. Main. Both 'phones 518.
IF YOU DRESS AS WELL AS YOU
CAN AND BUY II. S. & M. CLOTHES
AT THE JOHN BENO COMPANY. NO
ONE DRES8ES ANY BETTER. OVER
COATS. $7-00 TO $35.
Special Pyrosraphy sale this week. Alex
antler's, SXi Broadway. .
Heal Estate Transfer,
These' transfers were reported to The Be
by the Poll . cttamfe :-County ' Abstract
company of t i. il llluffs:
A. B. Johns turn wife to E. B. Flesher,
lots 3 and oi. block 6, Oakland, la..
w. d. -.-.'. ..-...$1,350
Executor A. Cochran estate to I-wls
F. Wrigner, lots 8. af)cl 10. block l:!. j
Cochran s add., ana lot , mock
Street's add. to Council Bluffs, la
McLean. lots 15 and TV block 31.
Central subdlv.. Council Bluffs, w. d.
J. W. Soulre and wife and A. D. An
nls and wife to David C. Knott, lot
i. block 1, Sackett's add.. Council
. Bluff.--. W. d
Four transfers, total
Flowers for Thanksglvlugr.
We have a fine assortment of plants and
choice cut flowers to select from. The new
begonia, Glorle de Lorraine, with Its mass
jof pink flowers; cyelann-ns Of the most
beautiful ahades. decorated tn .the latest
fashion; a fine lot of palpv and ferns. Send
your friends a nice ptyn'-.yr. one of our spe
cial boxes, consisting of. choice flowers
tastefully arranged. J. 'I "tVilc'ox.
Da via. drugs. - -T' '
Stockert sells -carpet.
Fine engravings at Leffert'a.
Ed Rogera" Tony FauM 'beet.'
See Borwlck for Xnias. goods.
Plumbing and heating! Blxby & Son.
Lewis Cutler, funeral, director, ;phon 987.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. S39.
Place' cards tor Thanksgiving dinners.
Alexanders art store.
The public library . w ill- be- closed today
on account of Thanksgiving.
J. E. Brooks Is seriously III at his home,
257 Vine street, with pneumonia.
DIAMONDS A3 AN INVESTMENT.
TALK to LEFFERTv ABOUT IT.
All sizes nf storm doors, storm saslt,
storm windows and weather stripa, at Geo.
; M'e.. t Uncd ,.,, w
Boston pure gum overshoes, $1.50. Duncan
a i-ii-an, M o. main. -
Miss Anna Coady has been called home
from New Mexico on account of tlie serious
Illness of her mother.
We have ordered l.Orn)' aailons ' of solid
packed oysters for Thankrgiviug. Central
Grocery and Meat Market.
Before buying a aas or electric nnrtahlo
call and see our line. New, up-to-date anc?
prices are right.. W. -A,.Magrer.
A beaut it ul and ornamental, gas burner,
the Welsbach chick lamp, complete. $1 25.
Stephan Bros., 52 West Broadway.
WANTED An experienced man to dress
turkeys, geese, du'-ks and chickens. J.
Zollc-r Mer. Co., Io0-l'i2'10 Broadway.
Vv inter term cstern Iowa College opens
Monday, Doc... X .Send for . entulogue.
i.uii-b iui iiiioriiiuiii-ii. 110m pnpnvs
IN OBSERVANCE OK OUR USUAL
CUSTOM THI8 STORE -WILL CI-OSE A X i -ial th" I" r-H"" sending it hope to gain.
NOON TODAY. THE JOHN BENO CO DAVENPORT A Jury this morning ' ac
nvi. .....I, j., ,, ,,.... . , ,', quitted William Nagel. accused of the mur
' .e , . n- W .at Fi.Hk, &"r of Carl Brady near Muscatine 111
t, Z'i ("".'."Lf i0l,,r,i .our -. of ihe crime of roboery. the. most serious
4 vi ' Br' .dwayl T i . ' "
i i t man ac-mwi caoeis win give then an.
. num oance t riaav n rni at.iiiM ik.ir 1
'jiiard armory, ihe ohiu- will l.e r.,,-.....
cave a box ot bon bons we hve the best
or a pound or two of out pure noiue-maJe
andy. Mucci. 21S W. Uroadwuy.
High grade granite wrnk. from the best
iurre Imporled graultes. l.toriny, carving
im irwciug. r iiie monumental work ia.
nn". r Hie monumental w-urk
iw-Mm If v
Siieeley A Lane, U7 East Broad- I
- - i . -v v. v ji vv a- JU, ail CaBl (ir'J-lU-
J-TtR BAHOAINS AND i.-O'Li .
,10LilAY NOVELTIES WILL Do WELL
ill IS1T THE JOHN l)(-..0 CO. BJOuE
Howard. Ihe Infant t.0n pr Mr. and Mrs.'
J. V. Petersen, 3ul Avenue A. dh-d yes.er
mt. The funeral will l-e he.d Una ailer-1
noon at 2 o'clock from the family resi-
.enca and burial will be In Fair view ccnie- i
u-ry. '. I
The meeting of the committee of the !
-Iiolo cf tlio city council schedule) ior j
.. t-M-j-rday afternoon waa" postiKiieil uiuil i
c'liday afternoon, as several of the coun-
,IUn.-n were too busily engaged -therw.se i
Patrolman Jensen found a woman's jacket .
TiR-r-day night on the street - at fivnntn '.
avenuti and Sixth street. The garment. .
which Is appaieimy a netv one, bears Hie
trade-mark of - on of the Isrge Chicago i
rettt-11 dry goods llrms. - I
The new' eastern tiyles for IMT In car- j
riage-i have Just arrived. If you want to!
Ix k over something nobby call around at 7
un Brunt s. it will r-ay you. Come eir.y.
We sew soles on your shoes for 7 ctius.
Sarranl's Family, tihoe Store.
Jopfm council. Royal and Relet t Maaiei-s,
elected these otTicers Tuesday nUht; Thrice
ii.'Sui'iu, i.u...... , K. m. rtercc; deputy
thti.-e Illustrious master. C. E. Waiters:
principal i-oiiductor, P. H. Wind; secre
tary, G. II. Jackson; treasurer, E. Krrloli.
..oi chocolate, luc; hot coffee, 10c; hot
tomato bouilion, loc, hot clem bouillon,
i0 ; hot , ill. Ken bouillon, 10o; but beef (oa.
Hi- ; hot malted milk, loc; boi clam brolli,
lv, und hot lemonade. 10c; Clark's sundae,
'Co, served with cream and wafara. Ciaik
f u Co.
Iv.inhoe romniander', Knights Tiwplar,
eleec! these ottlrers at ita meeiing Tues
day i.il l: Eminent cojnimandcr, f. E.
Wal'. r-., gent-: alisslmo, R. ' C. perecoy )
ai':iiu k-i.-i.iI. 8. E. bhugaj-t; anlop
Vard.i. C . U-)t-; Jur.l-Ji- warden. C. Y.
p-jri-lin: prcl-ite, W. p. B.iinl. t iciis hit,
C. Konlgmache-r; pcrretarv, (1. II. Jink,
on. Aitli toi; ijoino io ? 'T A Fi'RNA-'i:
IN 1 MAT NEW II01K? 1 11" Mjl ARl-..
t-KT I S FIGURE WITH TOT 'N ONE
OF OI It HOT-AIR GREEN FURNACFi".
KNOW WE CAN SUIT fni: IN
pjucf, and work. k. a. erti.Nt. KK. i:
On.l, in; THANKFUL TO BUY
i tiu.sk wide fancy rihrons for
J FANCY WORK AT W.' YA11P 'I II I" V K
OENr.KAI.17V SOEU FOR 5X.. r.KTTf'.H
I IXVEPTIOATE. NOTION KKCITON, j
MAIN FldOH. THE JOHN HEXO CO.
' E II. F1liiiKP.n.ti-onrlPlor f.f tha 0 i n I
tln''1- cmi-. d the aircm yppterdu- ot
f1,,,k h,,,,,, ,, th (.,arBe f b-atiuu n
board bill, anioiintiin to ?i.i,Vl. In iv-tioiK .
cf Imil Holmep whs ..it to tile count v
....... ... v
' aw-nlt his prellinni"rv liea.rieg,
, f ju,,,'.,, Uardim'r Frl.lnv
imt i: the u"- il Inn int. tvndj -mini.'
t cue, Y"ou will seo 1 1 lit t It taki's an expert To
niako a nJc clean slant cit on a mat inn
(spec tally the corners. They must mi'l
exactly to make the p.-ttire look good.
It takes experience and we've got It. We
can give you most any color mat you want
to match your frame and picture. I'mCt
worry over the price. We make that right
Co. Bluffs Paint, Oil and Glass Co., Mer
For Exehang. .120-ucre imptow-d farm
In N. H. So. Dakota, I miles from 2 good
railroad towns, with a fine S-room Iiuum .
large barn, granary, cribs, well, mill and
tanks. 21!) n,res In cull Ivatiou bul. ln
clover and timothy and pasture; all tan b
cultivated. Farms ail around are hlKhlv
Improved. leep black soil, everything In
good, repair. Price. $50 per acre. Will
Ink., tiailOO li r.th.-r Ttrc .rte ft V ! i..'il 1 lli.ll
per 'year. 1 also' have Si) a' res 12 ' mile t
north ot Co. Hlnffs, 2 miles from station. !
on III. Con. R. R., 61' ucrea in cultivation,
balance In clover and timothy hay; all can
be cultivated; good barn unci granary, not
much house: price, $,ri0 per acre. Encum
bered for $M10. 4 years; will exchange
equity for other property. Address I) s.
Kerr. Mt Bdw., Co. Bluffs, la. 'Phones
417 and 4 0(1 led. .
THIS STORE WILL CLOSE AT NOON
THE JOHN BENO COMPANY'.
For Imported wines and liquors and Bud
weiser beer, go to L. Rosepteld, wholesale
liquor dealer, 613 South Main street.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 2ui;. Night. 03.
PATTERMG AFTER BLACK HAU
Threatening Letter Kent to Children's
SIOUX CITY", Ia., Nov. "iS. (Special Tcl
egrnmA The existence in Ploux City of
what resembles a black band society came
to light today In connection with the police
court case against Arthur Premo, who was
arraigned for threatening to shoot Police
Matron Thurston. Claiming that Premo
was not capable of caring for his three
children, the police 'matron was Insiru-
j mental in having thein given to the Boys'
I and Girls' home, a charitable Institution,
I Judge Mould.
! In Prcmo's trial this morning a letter
was luirouucci, wnicu -was seiii. io one 01
the officers of the Boys' and Girls' home
and signed tho "Cowboy Gang, contain -
Ing the threat that the recipient and her
son would lie killed and two other officers
of the home put out of the way unless the
Promo children were restored to their par
ents. "We are a big bunch of cowboys,"
says the letter, "arid we do not go to lnw.
We fight and wo kill. Unless you produce P'nce, mm. j. -or. i.. .,-.
those children we will' fc-et you and youi-i 1 disappeared with her children and her bus
crowd. Don't delay, for we are not mak- I band bos disappeared also. The woman
ing a bluff."' .. I left for Valley Kalis, Kan., to get a
For eight pages the letter runs on. con- 1 daughter who has been making her home
taining threats in almost every line. The with a family named Getler. Telegrams
r fflrers of the home, who are amone Sioux
City's leading wirmen. have bn terrorized
by the threats-and hardly dai-e leave their
homes. The police have been appealed to
Farmer Fonnd Dead.
NORA SPRINGS, la., Nov. 2S. Special'.)
Ed Rigglns, A prominent farmer . living
south of here and near Dougherty, was
found dead In bed by his wife early Satur
day morning. He had been complaining
for the laft few days about his heart beat
ing so fast and was not feeling well when
he retired. It Is a trying blow to his wife,
as she is In a weak condition and hud ex
pected to spend the winter in California
in search of health. The deceased leaves
a wife and four children. He was the son-in-law
of Leonard Lockwood, one of Iowa'f
Iowa kewa Miles.
MAR8HALLTOWN Aaron Palmer ol
Maquoketa was elected superintendent ol
the Marshulltown city schools to succeed
E. I Cofl'een, who Will leave Janua-ry 1 to
take charge of the Masachusetts Reform
School for Boys. -
STUART The . library committee of the
citizens' committee haa received word from
Andrew Carnegie that he will give KnO
to go - towards the building of a library
here. The site is already- owned by the
town, end work of construction is to begin
CHARLES CITY-G.orge Nash, a mem
ber of the grand Jury and a. democrat, has
received a letter threatening to tar and
lAurl.r-i- Mm snd t-mm tii-. h,,mi. N.',-zti lu
I n 1 1 - --. I ,.i n----i, Inir file let f,r wlil,., 1
' signed "White CaIs., as he does not know
j ZX him" Vi TCntH' Z leaser
i Indk tn.ents, brouiriit aaalnst him Jn ton-
utih u... r.,,.-.!..--.
NORA SPRINGS- Miss. AJbeita Allis. a
graduate of tho Nora Springs seminary,
and who has Nm-ii Instructor In the ,l,iart
ment of oratory In the same Institution for
the last two jears.- m uie of the two
young women chosen from sixteen appli
cants for admission to the "Dramatic club"
at the Slate university at Iowa City in
the recent contest. Miss Allis' home is in
Mason City, la.
NORA SI RINGS Jay Cutler, the adopted
son of Mr. and Mrs. c. Cutler of tr.ls piuce.
who Is attending high school at Waterloo,
had tiie misiortune to run into a wire while
playing basket Iwll one evening last wick
and Injuring his eye. The wire was
stretched between two posts in the gvm-
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I lll.UII.I nil, oe I I I III." I, DU, II (. II.UIIII. I
. , . .. a.,.- a,.,-, -. e K ,
lIHit llir i-ii- t nr iui ii winter- x i iie run-.
I ",le "h" wl" "ot l'e
! - ' '
M.lado from UsioQi
WHEAT FLAI1E CELERY
is aa improved wheat Liod made trorn tb entire
aKheat Rrain with celery to render it mor palatable.
'Hie foods that ar the most natural are the most
healthful. If people would us th foods intended
by nature, nothing; would b lost in strength and -vitality.
If you wish to be the possessor of good,
aound health, include Dr. Price's Food in your U 11
Cm U tern Set. Nt Is fest sca fer S tee aiestea; er ceek Is keiliei aft.
. - a - ar 'Luisn - i Vo
HOUSK'FOR THE COVEIINOR
Iowa Lc-i-!ator Would -"top Favim Ftut
Hud Bnili. Vamicn.
DATE SET FOH RAILROAD RATE HEARING
AttVr llfara nt I ttlaatlon (linrrnniriii
Dlx'Pirra It la l Debt lo Former
I nltnl Mates llnrsTml .
i From a. St.-vff Con ."p'i, ili in. 1
HPS MOINF.R. Nov. .-t--pc.o.il.-Si n
nior Jiinf E. Hrui e of . ,ouni'- will
(it the comlpc S'p!i'ii cf the hc'.d.-il.'iio
inlroiluie a 1)111 upproprlatlna $-"v.''0 for
t(i purpose of fleeting an evcui'vo oi n
alon in captto) H,iia.rc, rie ir the tnt hni-,
Ou the i.HHt aide. It will be the tlrst t'lll
mi me Kino ininxiuccu nnii u niiciy i.i oe
tie first bi!I Introduced In the senate at
the coming popsiim of the IctjisJ-itiire. Sen
ator Ilnice has his bill nil prepared. The
idea of erecthiif u. n sldenee for the r. n'-
rnors of the st:itc has tv ep inetilli.iic 1
niany times, but in vet nn ntteinpt to net
on the sugcestlon. The covernor for some
ymrs past bus been paid ?'"" annuiilly as
an atlow.titce for house rent. Senator
Rime, believes the state of Io-v.-i is wool-
thy enough to provide a suitable place, as
ti i-esldence for the governor and ln-liees,
fin thoriviore. that tho vuite is negHsent '.
'n hot provldintt a suitable executive nun-
sion suitably furnished. He believes fTA'Ki
would atiswo rtlie purpose and will Intro-
dace a bill appropriating that amount.
, Rate llearlntt tor December 11 t.
Notice of a hearing to tlx fr-ght rates ;
was given from tin: otllrj if the Stat..
Railroad eonunlsslor. today for lKecniher
2i it which time the freight intea of for-
tlllzor will be taken up. ' Watermelon I
ijrowera lu tho south cstein section of the
state are back of tho. petition. It is shipped
from all .tho. cities In that section ol the
state to the watermelon country, and the
watermelon Industry Is said to depend to
a large extent on -n-curtns a better freight
At the same lic.-irlmt the question of rates
an hay, sash, w 11301. s, horse bh'nketa and
a ctncentr.itlnif rate on poultry will be
considered. It has liecn advanced that
the rate on hay Is too high, and If lowered
would give an outlet to a vast liinount
of hay raised In the state that now goes
to waste. Tho concentrating rate on poul
try' Is asked by 'the poultry buyers of
Cliuinda. They wish a cheap short dis
tance rate oa poultry, so as to permit
bringing tho poultry-to Clarlnda. Tlicy
Will then tako advantage of the cheap lonpr
haul interstate rate to set the poultry to
the eastern m-n-kct.
(011 feet Lonerv More lloblied. 1
A lornr highwa.uun lieid up lh proprie
tors of the Port & Neal confectionery
store at Mingo, a viliuge a short oistiince
south of lies Moines, Inst night, and j
robbed the store of ?50 and some candv. i
Thus far he has eluded 1 scape. A 111:111
named H.i.vden was arrested in Des Moines
, ... ..i,,. ,,,..1 ,.i,ur.i -iili 1 !
fl ,;t , ,;. .,,,yon(, SUKpU.1in
1 , K., .h .,. ,.,. .,.
likely will be rclcapcd.-
Entire Family l.nst.
After filing a petition In divorce against
her husband and securing 11 restraining
order enjoining him from coming into her
. and letters there inn 10 gci nn rer.o-.
and sit -attorney will -leave... lor valley
Falls, to make a search.- '
.Hot Compelled lo Remove V I.
ln the trial of Andy Sorenson and Robert
Hodge for the ronhcry of the Van Met-,'
postoflice. ln federal court today, George H.
Stewart, asalslant- United IMatcs attorney,
usa-'d Sorenson to remove his wig. Sorvn
scn refusexl and tho court was ask'd lo
compel the witness to remove tne wiu.
Judge McPheisoit refused to Issue ihe
Professor Asked to Resign.
Prof. Louis McLaughlin, teacher of
athletics at Highland Park coll-ge, has
been asked by President I-ongwell to re
sign, on the charge that the college pro-.ei-sor
flirted, drank and played poker.
Milwaukee to He lined.
Judge Smith Mcl'hcrson In federal court
..reeled n Jury to bring In a verdict
.gainst the Milwaukee railroad for vio
lating: tho law relating to pafety. npiill
r.ces. The maximum line is $H0 and thcie
are four charges. ..
Dismisses Suit Against Uradlej.
After eleht years of litigation the suit
ot the government against Frank I. Brad
ley, .formerly United Statef marshal for
southern Iowa, was today dl.-misscd. A
st.pulatlon was filed In which Bradley ad
niltted owing the go-fernment Si'..-.!, and
the government admiited the Justice of
Bradley's claim for ",9.I5 for iranspot tins
prisoners, leaving the j-ovefuni- nt uwiiut
Malt Over Land Ileal.
GLENWOOD, Ia., Nov. 2S-I Special. ("-Tho
Ihost tntcresliiig disc - tried , bet oie Jydg,
Macey nt this tonu of tlie district couil
was entitled Hawkins iignlnst Mlckelwait.
In l!-"4 Mieklewait traded Ihe Glenwood
elect rid HBht, plant to Hawkins for land In
Missouil and Texas, the Missouri land belli
most valuableand ihe' claim was made
by plaintiff that he received about 175 acres
less than ho bargained for In -this- tract,
and for the value of l-ils shortage ho su d.
The Jury received tlo case at 7 o'clock
lai-t evening and two hours Inter returned
a scaled verdict for Mieklewait.
Murderers Plead .uil(.
CENTER. Ia.. Nov. 2. tSpecial Tele
gram.) Richard Xlmui'-rs and William Phil
lips, under Irdlctin nt for murder In ll.e
Ilrst degice.-oil uccouni of the death of
Blegfred. Larson October ii. entered a plea
Easy ! Dl-aUo aad Ready te tat
1 1 fll-.IT'
' t 1 1 T
..nt - 1 1.-
h- .- allow
( oi v ,w
W He inril ! I't-ail ti,illl.
Klnl'X t T T Y . I'.. No,-. ;-.t 1 1 . I- ir rl.nk,
-h.i: vl with wit'- t'liub'r. plr.idii guiliy
tol.iy, I!, wl.'l Ik' P'.-tll' il Molld.n . ,
. "anon oi(er Tilth I'resldcal. .
AMll.Ni! TON.. N-v.. "S.-f"tn jker t'.io
non had cool, i i n. , with tnc president
' lod.iy fo iif.iit -.l'i Mine of the ltt,l
l,s ( , trte i ,-l.ri i V M-.opoi tunee of the
minus ifubj,ctp In which the president
is hitviisi-d and which will ronic to he
fto'it ct i;i,. appvo-ivhiiiK s' ssion of coti-
arnralr Trnst l ampasr Formed.
T'lTTSIU TtO. Nov.' r.-lt w.i a annotmcd
hero Ti-t niKhl that Hie m puntzMInn of the
Cirni-ale Ti UNt ,onii.'i n-. Which l to bn
I.M.it. , in Niw Y'oot City, hap tM-en coni-
m (. d. Tile bonid of directors Inrludea
Cliiirb M P.-hwab, former president of
il... Cull..,! SCitr'S KlH't f.,irLMtratli,n TVi.
,.,,,iul an, I mnptiis ol the company Is
l.-"o."'o. . Tin total subscription for the
stock when onVv,l whs morv than e.i.tnii.iXm.
i . .
Hatl tMlor ' oi lndigCkUoil, Smokiug,
l'l'inkliig or Eului Can Uo
SAMPLE FACKAOS MAIXiEO FltGC.
Oilier people oot.cn yuur tau brea.a
t-ie juu -would not notice il at all. Il
n nuuaea.iiig to other people to stand be
lore l he n while you ire , talking, give
liit-iu a whlil vr two uf your bad brealU.
It usual. y coinea from loud ferment. ne
on your bicinach. Somtlii.ics yon have
it In the morning-that awful aour, bil
ious, bad U cola. You can s'.cp inut, g(
HI1I4 t-y ,u,uiii,vviiikr one of tit b,UMi
, cburcoal Lozeiifces, til most powerful
j gas Ur,d odor aosorbvrs ever Pepare,-
bomttius your meals will leveal inem-
selves lu your breath to tiiosa who talk
with you. "You've bad onions," or
"You've bee a eating cabbage," and all of
a sudden you belch in the lace of your
triend. charcoal Is a woouerful absorber
uf o00i4, us viy one knows. Ibai Is
why btuart Charcoal i-ose&gea a-re
quick to siop all gasea and ouu.w or odor
oua foous, or gas from Indigeutioa.
Don't use breath perlumea. Tbey never
i couceal the odor, and never absorb the
gas Unit causes the Odor. Besides, the
very fact ot using tneiu reveals the reasou
(or their use. Siuart'a Cliacoual Loaenfeai
in me nrsi iiiaw ior goou u aour
brusn aad belching of feaa, and make your
bresfi pure, foeah and sweet. Just iftar
you've eauu. .'iiien no one will tUrn bis
face away from yvu wl.es you oreathe or
'alU, your breath will be pure and freab.
and utsiues your 100a will last so much
belter to you at your uexi ui(aL Juat try
Charcoal dues other wouderrui things,
too. It carries away from your stomach
and intestines, ail the impurities chart
! in. 11 tea together and which causes th
j bad breath. Charcoal la a purifier as well
as an absorber.
Charcoal la now by far the best, most
easy and mild laxative known. A whole
boxful will do no harm; In fact, the mora
you take the better. Stuart's Cbarooat
Losengea are made of Pur willow Ciuar.
coal and mixed with Just a faint flavor
of honey to niake them palataoie for you.
but not too sweet. You Just cheer them
like candy. They are. absolutely harmless.-
Get a uw, pure, sweet breath, freshen
your stomach, for your next meal, and
keep the Intestines In good working order.
These two things are the secret of good
health and long life. You can set all the
charcoal necessary to do tbese wonderful
but simply - things by - STetUsC SUiart's
Ciiarooal Loxenges. We ' want you to
ical these little wonder workers yourseit
before you buy them. So send us your full
name and address for a free sample of
Sturat's Charcoal Losenges. Then aft,,
you ha" tried the sample, and ueen con
vince su to your druggist and get a 25e
box cf them. You'll feel better all over,
mora comfortable, and "cleaner" Inside.
Send us your name and address today
and we will at once send you by mall a
sample package, free. Address F. A.
Stuart Co.. 60 Stuart Bldg., UarsaaJI,
NOW IS THE TIME TO TAKE
CURES COLDS IH THE HEAD, AND
PREVENTS LA GRIPPE.
Your Druggists Guarantees It.
This Is the season of the year when
so many people are troubled wuh colds
In the head; if you are one of these, go t
Lour druggist and get a box of BROilO
AX, tha new and scientific Cold Cure.
BKO.MO-LAX contains no quinine to
-make your head stuffy and produce deaf
ness; but It clears tho head quickly ailer
a few doses have beeu taken, leaving the
belli free and clear and easy to breathe.
Your druggist positively guarantees
every box of BROMOLAX to do Just
what we i luini for It, or he will refund
Better get - a box today as you may
catch cold any day.
H HOMO-LAX coats Sic at all drug
A F I KR' washing, ulinoii.t wet skin Willi
Satin tkin cream. The fckin absorbs
STORZ BEER wot)
Highest Award at
Lincoln tit ate Fair, 189 J.
Highest Award and
Gold ledal at Trans
Omaha, 1S98. Highest
Award and Gold Medal
nt Iwls and Clark f en-
1 1 e n n I a 1 Exposition,
Portland. Ore., 1905.
This, when ln competb-
Hon with the renowned
beers of th world, and
when judged by a Jury
of the most critical ex
perts. No other beer
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for your health' sake.
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