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T11E OMAIIA DAILY BEE i MONDAY, JAOTAItY 14, 1907.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl
tUockert Brill carpets.
Fine engravings at Leffert'a.
Ed Rogers Tony Faust beer.
plumbing and heating. Blxby at Son.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'phone M.
Woodrlng Undertaking eompu.' Tel I.
PURE FOOD GUARANTEE AT JARVIS'.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
JALK TO LEFKERT ABOUT IT.
Annunl 30 per cent dlncount sale on mold
infra begins today. C. K. Alexander, 233
The -regular monthly session of the hoard
Of trustees of the public library Is slated
for this evening;.
THE BE8T PEOPLE BUT OF JARVIB.
We make the lowest prices on picture
framing in the city. First class work.
Council Bluffs Paint, Oil and Glass com
pany. Merrlam block.
HI'DWEI?ER BOTTLED BEER 19
IERVED ONLT AT FIRBT-CLA8B BARS
A beautiful and ornamental can burner,
the Welabach chick lamp, complete, IL
filephan Bros., S29 West Broadway.
NO BAR. LADIES WBLOOMB. JARVIS.
ALL 81ZKS OF STORM DOORS, STORM
BASH. 8TORM WINDOWS AND
WEATHER STRIPS AT GEO. HOAQ
U.ND'B. Bheridaa and Rock Springs, Wyo., coal
In stock; also ail other grades. Fenlon
Wick ham Coal Co.. 107 Pearl St. Both
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Council Bluff Mutual Building ana
Loan association will be held this evening
at the office of the association, as reari
A full attendnnce is desired at the annual
meeting this afternoon of the Woman's
Christian association at the First Congre
gational church, as proposed amendments
to the constitution are to no acieo. upon.
PHONE JARVIS. 136. EVBRYTH1NO.
Colonel W. F. Baker of the Board of
County Supervisors will attend the annual
.leetlng of the state association of count
supervisors to be held In Des Moines on
January 23 to 26. He Is on the opening
day's program for an address on "Good
Mayor Macrae of this city. Mayor Dahl
inan of Omaha and Mayor Hoctor of South
Omaha are to be Initiated this evening at
South Omaha into the mysteries of the
Improved Order of Redmen. This will pre
vent Mayor Macrae from attending the
meeting of the city council this evening.
A NO. 1 ARE JARVIS' LIQUORS.
Pottawattamie tribe. Improved Order of
Redmen, of this city, is planning for a
great time at the meeting Wednesday night,
when a large class will be scalped and
otherwise initiated. The members of Ya
handahals tribe of Omnha have been In
vited to conduct the initiation. There will
be something doing In the social line after
the business session.
A Joint Installation of officers of Council
Tlluffii tent. Knights of the Maccabees, and
Conrad hive. Ladles of the Maccabees, Is
to be held Wednesday evening In the Dodge
Light Ouard armory. State Commander
A. I. Lee of Des Moines, who is also
brigadier general of the uniform rank of
the order, will be present, as will Mls
Mark, state commander of the Ladles of
the Maccabees. The Council Bluffs com
pany of the uniform rank will give an
exhibition drill and will assist In the In.
JARVIS SELLS ALL LIQUORS CHEAP.
The' committee of the whole having ap
proved the measure. It is stated that a big
delegation from the southern part of the
city will attend the meeting of the city
council this evening to urge the passage
of the ordinance creating a seventh ward
out of portions of the Second precincts of
the Fourth and Fifth wards. It Is under
stood the Ordinance is likely to pass with
the proviso that a councilman from the
new ward be - not elected until the city
election In March. 1908. The counrllmen. It
Is said, are not In favor of Incurring the
expense of holding ' a special election for
the purpose of choosing a councilman from
the proposed new ward. .'...'
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SCRAP
IRON,- METALS AND , RUBBER. BT J.
KATALMAN, 80S MAIN ST. 'PHONE SO.
.' A. Metssjar A Cs.
' New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
(11 Mynster Street. Council Bluffs. Ia.
Home-Made Bread a Specialty.
JARVIS SELLS GORDON RYE.
ICE CREAM AT WHOLESALE. WE
TAKH ORDERS TO BE DELIVERED
ANY REASONABLE DISTANCB FROM
THE CITY. I. MTJCCL CO. BLUFFS. IA,
, JARVIS STORE. 235 MAIN STREET.
A large, new line of 1907 patterns In wall
paper. Council Bluffs Paint, Oil and Glass
company, Merrlam block. '
WHI6KY, BOTTLE OR GAL. JAR VI 8.
D. L. KERR has 160 acres Improved Okta.
farm to exchange for Co. Bluffs or Omaha
residence. Houses on mo. payments and
(or rent. Address 648 Broadway. 'Phones
C7 and 406 Red.
Store for Sal.
Will Invoice about 8,000.00, doing a good
business and making money. Will discount
'K per cent for quick sale. Duncan Dean,
6LD CROW WHISKT. JARVIS STORE.
BUTWET8En BOTTLED BEER IS
IERVED ONLY AT FIRST-CLASS BARS
AND CAFES. ,
Board af Education Tonight.
The Board of Education Is scheduled to
hold Its regular monthly session tomorrow
evening, at which time the question of es
tablishing a night school Is expected to
come up for action. So far there appears
to be little urgent demand for a night
school. ' Last week the board placed with
Secretary Rosa blanks to be filled out by
those desiring to take advantage of the
school Up to data It Is understood only
two persons have applied to Secretary Ross
PURE CALIFORNIA WINES. JARVIS.
4 Hard Caal.
We have all the different slses of hard
coal. Brldensteln 4k femlth. Sixth and Four
teenth avenue. Both 'phones HI .
It Makes Its Marie.
Anything I have to offer In the lumber
line Is aure to make a good Impression for
the reason that I know by experience
where, when and what to buy, to care for
the seasoned lumber as well and to
charge only fair prices. Your orders will
receive careful atleoUon. C. Hater. Council
do not have the turpentine odor obscrv
aU ia tMttt usually tolcL
St. To!. 44.
MAM ATTEND THE REVIVAL
Ope nice Xieroliei Indicate! Overflow
Meetings Mar Be Heocuarj.
CHURCH CROWDED BEYOND CAPACITY
Rev. Jaaaes O'May Preaches Opening
Sermon and Will Have Charge
Darlag the Remainder of
the Present Week.
The attendance last night at the opening
service of the union revival meetings at
the First Presbyterian church la considered
by those In charge to Indicate that possibly
overflow meetings will have to be held as
the revival progresses. Every seat was oc
cupted, while many had to be content with
standing room, and It Is said that quite a
number, falling to secure seats, went away,
Rev. James O' May, pastor of Broadway
Methodist church, la In charge of the even
Ing services for the week, and Rev. W. B.
Clemmer. pastor of the First Christian
church, will assume charge next week. Rev,
O. O. Smith, D. D., pastor of the First
Congregational church. Is to take charge
the third week. This Is as far as arrange
ments have been made.
Afternoon meetings, beginning at I o'clock,
will be started Tuesday, and for the first
week will be In charge of Rev. G. W. Sny
der, pastor of St. John's English Lutheran
church. The evening meetings will be held
dally, except Saturdays. A meeting of the
Pastors' association will be held this morn
ing at the public library to discuss and ar
range details of the revival services.
The meeting of the young people of the
several churches participating In the re
vival service, held last evening at St. John's
Lutheran church prior to the general meet
ing at the Presbyterian church, was largely
attended and proved a great success under
the leadership of J. W. Hoagland of the
Flret Presbyterian church. There was some
excellent singing under the direction of
Prof. Cart F. Stough, and the young people
were evidently much Interested In the meet
ing. A pleasing feature of the opening service
at the First Presbyterian church last even
ing, and what promises to continue so dur
ing the revival, was the singing of Rev.
Mott Mitchell, the "singing evangelist"
from Coin, Ia. Rev. Mitchell Is gifted with
a splendid high tenor voice, which was
heard to advantage last evening In the solo,
"Lead Mo Gently Home." Rev. Mr. Mitch
ell Is assisted by a chorus choir made up
from the choirs of the several churches
participating In the revival. It was found
last evening that the space alloted for the
choir was Inadequate and an additional
platform will be erected today.
Opening: Sermon of Series.
'. For the opening sermon last evening Rev.
James 0May took as his text, "He Loved
Us." saying. In part:
' The preachers and churches who are en-
J raged in these meetings have but one ob
ect in view and that Is to present Jesus
Christ. We will not engage In any extend -d
argument. We will not endeavor to foist
any particular creed. We will not oppose
or dispute any denominational Ideas. We
will endeavor not to over plead or Inde
corously persuade. Before we claimed
church membership we claimed to be gen
tlemen and as such we desire to remain
after these meetlnga are closed. These
meetings are not for the purpose of dis
playing mental acropaUcs, or personal ec
clesiastical views, but. simply to magnify
the-religion of the Man of Galilee. When
John the Rantlst was asked what he waj.
prophet or. Messiah, he replied that he
was only a voice. When Isaiah met the
Lord he hid himself In his humility. I
believe that every one connected with- this
movement should emulate these characters
in the elimination of self from this move
ment. In accordance with this Idea of personal
elimination I have chosen a Simple text. It
has little of argument in It 'and yet It Is
the final appeal of all argument. There are
no males of logic In Its lines and yet It
sh the logical conclusion ot tne entire gos
pel. . It Is a representation rather tnan a
thing to be demonstrated. It is a picture
rather than a debate. The words are. "He
loved us." In its entirety It reads, "the
love with which He first loved us." but I
frefer to use the last three words. "He
Divine love finally will conquer this
world. Divine love finds Its answer In the
love of the human breast. Link God's love
to man's love and the problem of the hu
man race Is solved.
' If man's love is resistless, God's love Is
omnipotent. The old nations rejected this
love but It Is winning In spite of rejec
tion. The modern world is trying to freeze
tt away but an Iceberg might just as well
try to freese a sunbeam. God's love Is
resistlessly omnipotent snd It will ulti
mately prevail. The old Jewish world
would not hear the prophets but God still
loved on. The chosen people went off again
and again Into lustful Idolatry, but God
still loved on and on again. The early
churches quarreled until It seemed as If
God would be out of patience but He loved
ieenVso Indifferent' to God that It woud
seem that He would go off snd make an
other world and give this over to another
chaos of destruction, but He don't, he loves
It. loves it with mighty fervor. And listen.
friends, that love Is going to win out.
It was because of this love these preach-
ers and these churches sre here working
In this union effort. It Is no play day af
fair. It ia serious and Important. It Is
no plan for entertainment nor mutual ap
preciation. It ia far the suhllmest of pur
poses; to help men to meet their Christ.
For this we will toll snd for this we will
pray and God grant that with this we will
go again to our several homes.
'A Sailor's Message" will, be Rev. 'Mr.
O' May's message this evening.
BONDED WHISKY AT JARVIS STORE.
N. T. Plumbing Ce. Tel. SO. Night (OS.
ROBERT BURNS' 10C CIGAR OLD
TIMES' C and SPINA IOC CIGAR MA
LONE T CIGAR CO.. DISTRIBUTORS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA,
See our show windows for granite ware
this week. Odd and ends sale on granite
ware that will make you buy. See prices
In our window. Swalne 4k Mauer, tat and
JARVIS 177 BRANDY IS BEST.
Combination gaa ana electric chandelier
and the celebrated Welabach Incandescent
gas burners. -Why not see us before you
buy. We can ccrtlnly please you oa price
and quality of goods. Btephan Bros. U
A neat window and many nice things In
It. Look la; there Is something In it you
wsnt. . O. Mauthe. SS West Broadway.
JARVIS 8AT8 BEST NOT TOO GOOD.
Tlrm Daataajes Shoe: -
Fire did considerable damage at an early
hour 8unday morning to the stock of shoes
and other merchandise In the store of Chris
N. Petersen at 131 Bouth Main street. The
fire, the origin of which Is unknown, started
in the one-story addition at tha rear of
the store. Mr. Petersen and his family live
In the apartments aver lae.atore and were
aroused at I i) a. m. by the dense smoke
which filled their rotma . Mrs, Petersen and
the children made their escape onto the
roof of the one-story addition, from which
they were taken down by the firemen, who
promptly responded to tha alarm. -
The blase was quickly extinguished after
the arrival of the firemen, but not before
considerable damage bad bees dona to tha
stock by smoke and water.' Mr. Petersen
Carrtei a large line of floe shoes. In addition
to cigars and other merchandise. "He stated
yesterday tbat his ateok, wo aid invoice
about 115,000, on which he carried $7,000 In
surance. Until an Inventory was taken he
could not estimate his loss. The building,
which Is owned by Mayor Macrae, was said
to be only slightly damaged and Is well pro
tected by insurance. Except for the smoke
the living apartments upstairs Were not
See Stephen Bros, for the latest and best
Inverted burners. R West Broadway.
FOOD HEADQUARTERS AT
TWO WATER WORKS PROPOSALS
One Is to Purchase Present Plant If
Price Is Within Reach.
Exactly what recommendations wiuld
be made to the city council at its meet
ing tonicht had not been definitely de
cided yesterday by the special water
works committee, it was stated. The
committee Is scheduled for another meet
ing, at whl"h Mr. Kiersted, the expert
hydraulic engineer, will be present, this
afternoon In the office of City Solicitor
Kimball, At this conference. It Is under
stood, the committee will come to some
final conclusion and the report to be made
to the city council will be formulated at
Chairman Wallace or the members of
the special committee are not Inclined to
take the public Into their confidence, but
from another and an authoritative source.
It Is said that the committee will make
two recommendations to the city council.
One will recommend municipal ownership,
the price to be offered the water works
company for Its plant, however, ript to
exceed the amount to which the city can
Increase Its bonded Indebtedness for this
purpose. The other recommendation will
be the granting of a new franchise to the
water works company on certain con
ditions. One of the principal conditions. It Is
stated, on which a new franchise will be
granted the company Is that It will enter
Into a contract with the city to carry out
the Improvements In its sen-Ice suggested
by Expert Kiersted In his report to the
special water works committee. These
Improvements, as estimated by Mr. Kier
sted, will entail an expenditure by the
company of over f 100,000,' and are as fol
lows: High service for hill district I 2,042
Reinforcing mains In business dis
New pumping engine and piping.. 28,175
Extensions and improvements of
settling basins 23,000
Brick building at Thirty-seventh
street pumping station 6,760
Regarding the schedule of rates pro
vided a new franchise was decided upon,
the city official from whom the above In
formation was obtained, stated that Mr.
Kiersted had submitted a schedule In his
report and this probably would be taken
as a basis upon which U come to some
agreement with the water works com
pany on this phase of the question. "Once
It Is decided to grant the water works
company a new franchise, I do not ex
pect there will be much trouble In com
ing to an agreement relative to rates,"
said the official.
While it Is understood that certain
members of the city council are still In
favor of municipal ownership. It Is be
lieved that a majority of the council Is
opposed to this proposition. Those op
posing the purchase by the city of the
water works plant are, of the opinion
that the more economic proposition would
be to allow the present company to con
tinue to operate the . plant. Not. only
would the latter course undoubtedly re
lieve the city from what would likely
prove costly and lengthy litigation, but
It would save the city from Incurring a
heavy Indebtedness, which. If the plant
under municipal ownerships failed to
prove a paying Investment, would prove
an expensive experiment.
, In his report Mr. Kiersted placed his es
timate of the present value of the water
works plant at 2480.190. to which he added
a "going" value ot 120,743, making the total
value (500, $48. To reproduce the present
plant, however, Mr. Kiersted estimated the
cost at 1534.445, to which would have to be
added his estimate of 2107.182 for the needed
extensions and Improvements. While some
of the members of the special water works
committee are optimistic enough to declare
that In the event of the water works de
clining to accept the offer for purchase by
the city, should municipal ownership be
decided upon, the city could proceed to
construct a new plant, by others this Is
not considered feasible.
While the members of the special water
works committee are uncommunicative and
other members of the city council are not
In a position to express any opinion until
they receive the report from the special
committee, present Indications are that an
agreement will probably be reached between
i the city council and the management of
I th WBter company whereby the
company will be granted a new franchise
of a sufficient term to warrant It making
the expenditure In carrying out the exten
sions and Improvements In the service sug-
gested by Mr. Kiersted. In the event of
the city council deciding on the latter solu
tion of ths matter, the question of grant
ing a franchise would have to be submitted
to the people at a special election for their
Manager Hart declined to discuss the mat
ter until some action one way or the other
Is taken by the city council.
Cleaning Ont Sale.
, Going to enlarge our. quarters It will be
20 and 211 Bouth Main Instead of 211 South
Main we are cleaning out our old slock of
reduced prices so that we can stock with
an entirely new line. Paints, wall paper,
pictures, etc., all at reduced prices. Ber
wick. 208 and 211 South Main. Don't miss
this clean-out; lots of good bargalna
JARVI8' WINE ARE PUREST.
W. 8. Hewetson, the home decorator. Is
In the east studying up the new Ideas In
house decorations. New wall papers for
tha spring are now coming In and old
stock and pictures are being sold at a con
siderable reduction. Be the panels now on
the store walls of the new Manalla. the
latest surfacing wall paper. W. 8. Hew
etson. Masonic Temple, Broadway, Council
JARVIS' GOODS Cl'RE A COLD.
SPANISH MINISTRY FALTERS
Aatl-Clertcal Associations Law tha
Point ea Which It Is
MADRID, Jan. 11 Indications are that
the ministry will not last out the week,
as the efforts for conciliation by the mod
erate and advanced sections ot the liberals
have been unsuccessful. The principal point
at Issue is the proposed antl-clerlcal as
sociations law. Doubt Is expressed as to
whether the liberals, although they have
a strong majority In the chamber, will be
able to form a new cabinet.
Re-aallstment Is Hejeatea.
EL PASO, Tex., Jan. U. James Duncan,
one of the members of Company D,
Twenty-fifth Infantry, discharged without
honor at El Reno, applied at the local
recruiting office hers tody fur re-enlistment,
but was rejected under the ordrrs
of the president. . ,
DLUtONlfl-jrruer, uca gad Psdga.
TALE OF BOLTING D0LL1VER
Etrancett Fart if That Standpatter. Want
U Elect Cummini Senator.
NOT LOVE fOR HIM, BUT TO SPITE FORMER
Roth Houses Expect to Organise ana
Have the Committees Karnes
on the First Day of
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Jan. 13.-(Speclal.) One
thing Is lacking. In the opinion of many, to
elect Governor Cummins senator Instead
of Dolllver. That one thing Is a leader to
organise the movement and get the votes,
and It begins to look every day as though
a leader was more likely to appear. The
leader must be a stand-patter. The Cum
mins followers could organise the move
ment and Governor Cummins could himself
start the movement by simply saying that
he would accept the election, but he will not
do that and his followers will not start the
movement to organise the votes for tho rea
son that the people of the state would con
elder It playing a trick on Dolllver and It
would make a martyr of Dolllver. More
than twenty stand-patters stand ready to
vote for Cummins and have made overtures
to the Cummins leaders, but they have not
done It In the open. They are not suffi
cient In number, either, to turn the trick.
If one stand-patter would actively take the
field and organize the stand-pntters enough
votes. It la alleged, could quickly be secured
to elect Cummlna The anomaly of stand
patters voting for Cummins scms odd, but It
Is simply a case of where they are more op
posed to Dolllver than they are to Cum,
mlns. The candidacy of Chase and ToWn
for district attorney rf northern Iowa, and
their threat against Dolllver If he does not
commit himself on their appointment. Is
keeping the situation In such a feverish
state that no one can forecast the results.
Governor Cummins personally believes that
Dolllver will be elected and that there Is
not the slightest danger of his being de
feated. But Cummins' friends believe that
the defeat of Dolllver would be the easiest
thing that ever happened.
Thirty-second General Assembly.
The Thirty-second general assembly of
oTf-y. will convene at 10 o'clock tomorrow,
morning. Each house will meet In Its re
spective chamber. The temporary organiza
tion will be formed In the forenoon and the
permanent organization In the afternoon.
Then both houses will' adjourn till the next
day, when they will meet to hear the gov
ernor deliver his message to the legisla
ture. The committees In the house will be
announced by Speaker Kendall Monday aft
ernoon. The committees In the senate will
not be announced till Thursday or Friday,
after the Inaugural. This year there will
be two additional committees In the house.
One will be a committee on public accounts.
The proposed bill to subject county accounts
to state Inspection will be referred to that
committee, with other bills of the kind.
The other committee will be a committee
on educational Institutions and all bills,
such as the bill to consolidate the Institu
tions under one board, wilt be submitted to
that committee. With the reading of, the
message and the Inangural and other for
malities of organization, the end of the
week will be reachedf berore any real work
Is done towards legislation.
Mrs Layman Dismissed.
Mrs. Henry LayrnAR. one of the wealthy
society women of, Dea Moines., who was
arrested for cruelty to her horse in neg
lecting It and allowing It nearly starve to
death In the road, .was released by the
Justice court. The prosecution was based
on a mistake In the ownership of the
Democrats Caucus Monday. -
A smoker of the democratic members of
the legislature who had reached the city
was held last night at the Savery. It had
been Intended that It should be In the
form of a caucus, but It developed that
only eight senators and twenty-two repre
sentatives were in the city, which was fif
teen short of the total number. It was
therefore decided to set Monday at 8:30
In oommtltee room No. 1 of the house as
the date snd place for the caucus. Old
members do not take an Interest In giving
an empty honor to one of their number
by naming him for speaker. It Is possible
though that General Weaver may be nom
inated for senator.
Jailed By Mistake.
Mrs. J. B. Dillingham, wife of the man
brought from Kansas City for larceny, went
to the Jail In this city and asked to see her
husband. No. officer being handy, to stand
guard, the woman was locked In the cell
with her husband and forgotten for several
hours. She waa unable to make the Jailer
hear her and so remained locked up.
Miners Defense Fand' Grows.
The defense fund of District No. 13 of
the United Mine Workers of America has
added 115,000 to its defense fund, making
the fund now I30.327.S9. The money Is on
deposit In banks of this city. Recently
John P. White, the president of the district,
notified the association that he would not
accept re-election. The matter was sub
mitted to the members and every vote of
the 28.000 waa for White. He will therefore
Not Favorable, to Xew Bills.
No new ideas will be sprung on the legis
lature during this session by Representative
George Van Houtrn of Taylor county. Mr.
Van Houten was a member of the Twenty
sixth general assembly., "I introduced a
bill that was a new Idea. I was cartooned
from one end of the country to' the other
nd ridiculed and held up as a horrible
example of freak legislation. What was the
bill? Oh, It was a
pure food bill. But
the country wasn't ready for it then. It I
Is very popular now. But I learned a j
lesson not to advocate new Ideas till the
country Is ripe for them."
Lobbyists on Gronnd.
The first lobbyists to reach the city came
Saturday. They are railroad lobbyists. It
has been supposed that the railroads would
not oppose the 2-cent fare Mil. but the
lobbyists soon disputed this Idea. There
will be opposition to' every railroad measure
The state caucus, though the attempts
to fix up a slate failed, was a tame affair.
Senator Hopkins, whq has called the caucus
together and acted as caucus chairman
for the last three sessions, called the
caucus to order today, and on motion of
Senator Shirley Gilllllund of Mills county,
the caucus, by acclamation, elected Sena
tor James A. Smith ot Mitchell county
president pro tern, the position he h:
filled for two sessions; George A. Newman
secretary, the position he haa filled for
many sessions; George A. Wilson of Guth
rie county assistant secretary, the position
he haa filled for three sessions; Miss In-x
Black of Marlon county enrolling clerk,
the position she filled last session; Cecil
Dixon and Sherman Irish Journal clerks,
both re-elections; R. B. Huff of Muscstlne
sergeant-at-arma, a re-election; I. L. Ham
mer of Jasper county chief doorkeeper, a
re-election: Jeff Logan cloak room Janitor,
a re-election; Miss Hester Runyan of
Greene county postmistress, a re-election,
and Will Ftenne aasUtant )anltor. Senator
GUllUand s motion provided that 'the ten
senators who a 111 out get coouuittee chair-
y.lw..T - e ---'''
In this enlightened age of the twentieth century a doctor's ability should be determined by
The State Medical Institute has long been established for the rurpose of restoring to health young men. mlddle-agnd men
and old men who are suffering from the evil results vt their neglect and misfortune, and to save thorn the disappointment
of failure loss of time and money often spent In experimenting with unbusinesslike methods and deceptive propositions. The
State Medical Institute has established a reputation as a place where all sick and suffering men can Kt with full confident,
knowing that they will be fairly dealt with, skillfully treated and promptly cured In the shortest time possible and at the
MEN OF ALL AGES
no matter In what walk of life, whose weakened vitality, ex
hausted energies and shattered nerves tell a pitiable story, and
who are In condition of extreme peril unless promptly rescue.!,
caused in many cases by Ignorance or neglect these are the
very men we want to talk to and help.
What ran be more pitiable than to see a young man who Is
Just budding Into manhryd drooping and fading away In the
springtime of life. Disease stn robs the face of Its color and
the eyes of their brightness. The stooping form, languid step
and downcast iipuntenance reveal to the critical eye the blight
of his existence, but this Is only the shadow or outward mark
of the trouble existing within, and the young man soon passes
from the boundaries of health Into the confines (t disease. He
Is nervous, easily confused, absent-minded, forgetful, continu
ally possessed of doubts and fears, shy, suspicious, irritable,
avoids society and would rather be aWne. The system un
strung, he has headache, backache, palpitation of the heart,
shortness of breath, dizziness, deranged stomach, torpid liver,
weak kidneys, poor circulation, and is tired, lifeless and worn
out. He lacks ambition, confidence and courage.
If you are ailing, call and consult with us without delay.
We will help yfiu to escape from the slavery that Is holding
you captive and depleting your manhood.
It Is said that a drowning man will grasp at a straw. How
many weak, nervous, drowning, sinking men are grasping at
straws today to get cured of their ailments (diseases), which
are dragging them down to the bottom of the sea rf despair
and misery? Why not awaken to the realization of the fact
today that boasting promises of quirk cures, misleading state
ments and unbusinesslike propositions ti the afflicted are but
straws that will sink you deeper and deeper Into the sea of
despair? As for others, let them grasp at straws, but you,
who are In need of substantial medical aid, come to the Honest,
Pklllf-l. True Specialists, who will not deceive' you with any
false promises, but will save you and restore you to health,
strength and vlror and place you safely within the boundary
line of prosperity and the enjoyment of life.
WE CURE SAFELY AND THOROUGHLY NERVOUS DEBILITY, BLOOD POISON, SKIN
DISEASES, RUPTURE, KIDNEY and BLADDER DISEASES and other SPECIAL DISEASES
and their complications. .
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1308 FARNAM STREET, Between 13th and 14th Sts.
manshlps shall be given three clerks for
the session. For the rest of the slate
there was a contest. Ed E. Cass of Taylor
was elected engrossing clerk, receiving
twenty-one votes to seven for Miss Hutch
inson of Poweshiek and six for Miss Rigby
of Scott. J. A. Meyers was elected second
assistant " Secretary, " receiving nineteen
votes to fifteen for Franklin Brown of
Boone county. J. B. Brown of Mills re
ceived sixteen and J. G. Cook of Dickinson
eighteen for file cler'.c. Theodore Bell of
B'oux City received nlnetee.i and P. 8.
Ervln fifteen votes for assistant to the
cloak room Janitor. Senator Stockey of
Decatur county was secretary of the
There were nine candidates for assistant
doorkeepers, and the eight selected were
Wallace McFudden, J. 11. Stewart, D. W.
Ruggles. IL H. Buckley, D. 8. Sullivan,
Thomas E. Hagan, J. 11. Carter and W. J.
Senator Hopkins was elected chairman
of the permanent caucus, with power to
select his associates on the caucus com
mittee. Reward for Lynchers.
Governor Cummins was officially notified
of the lynching at Charles City today by
the county attorney of Floyd county and
on his request the governor Issued a procla
mation offering a reward of JR00 for the
capture and conviction of each person Im
plicated. In view of the largo number Im
plicated It la not Improbable outside de
tectives may make an effort to gather evi
dence. Iowa News Notes.
LOGAN After an existence of fourteen
years the Logan Nucleus, weekly, part of
the time a democratic newspaper, haa dis
SIDNEY Roscoe Williams, the retiring
county auditor, has purchased an interest
in the Sidney Banking company, and will
become assistant cashier ot that Institu
IAK3AN Harrison county's Board of Su
pervisors haa chosen the official county
papers for the coming year: Missouri Val
ley Times, 1,018 rubscrlbers; Logan Ob
server, 1,114; Logan Gazette, 969.
ONAWA Mrs. Mary E. Underhlll of
Onawa, wife of George Underbill, an old
resident, Is dead at her home, aged 6b
years. The funeral services were held
Sunday at 2 o'clock, with Interment at
ONAWA The Monona county grand Jury
adjourned Saturday for the term. Eight
indictments were returned, but as parties
are not under arrest their names are not
made "public. Court adjourned until next
Tuesday afternoon, and there will be no
nwre jurv trials this term.
KNOxMLLE While hunting pigeons In
an old barn. W. 11. Frame, a prominent
1 cltlxen of this place, lost tils balance and
fell to the floor below, breaking his neck.
His body was found some hours after
ward, lie was well known In Grand Army
circles and had lived here for twenty-five
years. He was 72 years old.
M ARSH ALLTOWN Original notice was
served today on the Chicago Great West
ern, announcing that John B. liullenhurs,
late division roadmaster, would begin suit
February 1 for Joo.uuj for malicious prose
cution, aflse arrest and Imprisonment and
loss of wages. A month ago the railroad
company dismissed liullenhurs and charged
lit id with beating the company by padding
DEN 1SON That Joseph and Solomon
Hasan are the murderers of Fred Nawfal,
the by ran peddler whose body was found
near here, la strongly suspected. The two
are lodged In Jail. They are cousins of
the murdered man snd can give no ac
count of their whereabouts on the night
the crime occurred. Their wagon was
covered with blood stains which led to
SIDNEY B. B. Burson, a son of W. R.
Burson of Thurman, hua made a two-horse
power engine entirely out of scraps and
pieces ot iron picked up fjrom various
sources, and It works like a charm. The
Junior Burson is day fireman at the main
boiler house In tlie State Institution (or
Feeble Minded children at Glenwood. He
will ship the engine to Thurman, whero
hla father will use it in his carpenter shop
SIDNEY A stream of visitors are ob
served dolly at the J. E. Baker farm, neir
iiartlett, to see a stranxe freak in the
shape of a calf which was born without
yes or tall. This "unco" calf is now i
months pld, thriving finely and lively as a
cricket. He has no trouble in rinding hie
mother among a herd of cattle and ap
peasing his appetite when meal time comes.
His calfblp U destined, no doubt, to make
a fortune In the show business.
GLEN WOOD The new Board of Super
visors, consisting of J. B. Brandt. James
Grelg and Holdover A. J. rhonliy, met at
Gieuwnod Monday, January 7, and have
InNin In continuous sejMlon since that time
TI.e new county officers, whose bonds are
approved, are; W. U. Flckel, treasure;
State Aledical Institute
1308 Farnam St.
Between Uth and Nth Streets
THE BLIGHTING EFFECTS OF DISEASES :
Weakness Is a malady that robs a man of his spirit, am
bition and force. The nerve, self-assertion and stamina are
killed by it. The cqurage that leads manly men to smile
at fate and continue to fight Is destroyed. Thousands of
ypung men, middle-aged and old men can look back to their
boyhood days or early manhood with a sigh of remorse.
The Ignorance of early youth has sown the seeds of future
Nature passes no act without affixing the penalty 'for Its
violation. When she Is outraged she will have her penalty,
although it takes a life. When, through violation of her
Immutable laws In early life, man wastes away his neive
and bodily vigor, he is then compelled to struggle under the
disadvantages which impede his progress and defeat his.
ends. He can scarcely hope to compete wth those of his
fellows whp, possessing equal opportunities, have all thlr
faculties unimpaired and bodily energies at their best. When
a man Is in a weakened condition, which Is Inconsistent with
health, strength and vigor, and which renders him unlit for
the sctlve duties and pleasures ot life, he is nearlng the
danger point and should secure Immediate attention.
Millions of men have been wrecked through ignorance and
negloct. The trouble Is not ao much that they have di
gressed from nature's Immutable law, but that they have
permitted the trouble to insidiously progress and become
more aggravated. They allow It to progress, all the time bn
coming more chronic and deeply seated. This fact Is usually
responsible for ahput nine-tenths of the suffering. .You should
remember that most diseases are progressive In their nature.
They must be conquered by proper treatment or they will de
vastate your system and blight your future career and pros-
Office Hours: 8
10 to 1 only. If
IN THE NAME AND LOCATION OP OUR INSTITUTE.
Frank Davis, clerk; L. G. Llnvllle, sheriff;
E. Starbuck, attorney; Lee Smith, sur
veyor, and Dr. W. D. Craig, coroner.
James Grelg is the new chairman ol the
Board of Supervisors, which has been con
sidering the year's routine business.
EMPEROR HONORS MINISTERS
Premier Stolyplat and Minister of
Jastlce Made Members of Coss-
cll of the Empire.
8T. PETERSBURG, Jan. 13.-Premler
Stolypln and Minister of Justice Chtcheg
lovltoff have been appointed members of
the council of the empire. They retain their
present posts, however.
An Imperial rescript addressed to M.
Stolypln expresses the hope that the min
istry will be at Its posts after the con
vocation of the new Parliament. It refers
to the premier's difficult task of restoring
public order and praises his energetic ac
tion which effected a distinct Improvement
"despite foolhardy efforts and continual
crimes by revolutionaries."
The emperor then refers to bills prepared
by the government for submission to Par
liament and measures which his majesty
considered so absolutely necessary that
they already have been put Into force be
fore the meeting of Parliament.
In conclusion Emperor Nicholas thanks
Premier Stolypln and the members of his
ministry for their services and says that
only in the co-operation of the new leg
islative bodies with the government can
he see a guarantee for lawful order and
the strengthening of the forces of the
state in accordance with the necessities of
the new life to which Russia Is called.
STEAD APPEALS TO THE POPE
I'rgea Pontiff to Issue Encyclical In
Favor of International Dls
ROME, Jan.' 13. W. T. Stead, in connec
tion with his efforts to Interest Pope Plus
In an International peace movement, wrote
Cardinal Merry del Val, papal secretary
of state, enclosing a letter to the pope In
which he described his Ideas as to the
action the Vatican should take, and point
ing out the enormous moral influence such
action by the pope would create. It Is
reported that Mr. Stead's desire is that
Pope Plua issue an encyclical In favor
of peace and the limitation of armaments,
Aaaaal Pilgrimage to Geadalnae,
MEXICO, Jan. 11 The fi- great relig
ious function of the year at the Guadalupe
Basilica waa held yesterday. The occasion
was the annual pilgrimage of the arch
diocese of Mexico to the Sanctuary of the
Virgin. It Is estimated that over S.000 per
AND "THE BEST."
BOTTLED IN BOND
Look for the word "RYE" in red on label.
Distillervt 1 ' Distributers ' '
nr ji. . mr
( V 000101X1 CO., nj
a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays,
you cannot call, write.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Snow and Colder Monday Is
Forecast for Nebraska
WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. Forecast of the
weather for Monday and Tuesday:
For Nebraska Snow and colder Monday;
Tuesday, probably fair.
For Iowa Snow and colder Monday;
Tuesday, fair and colder In east portion.
For Illinois Rain In south, rain or snow
In north portion Monday, colder; Tuesday,
fair and colder, variable, winds becoming
northwest and fresh to brisk.
For Kansas Bnow in north, rain or snow
In southern portion Monday, colder In east
portion; Tuesday, fair and colder In south
For Colorado Snow and much colder
Monday, cold wave In north portion and by
night In south portion; Tuesday, probably
For Wyoming Snow Monday and much
colder In southeast portion; Tuesday, prob
For South Dakota Snow and colder Mon
day; Tuesday, fair and not quite so colt".
For Missouri Snow or rain In north, rain
In south portion Monday; colder Tuesday,
fair except rain or snow In southeast por
tion. Local Record.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. Jan. 13. Official record of temper,
ature and precipitation, compared with the
corresponding day of the last three years:
19"7. 1908. 191. 1904.
Maximum temperature.... 28 31 2 34
Minimum temperature.... 21 31 12 It
Mean temperature 24 Si 6 '.'4
Precipitation T .02 0 0
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1.
and comparison with the last two years: ,
Normal temperature 14
Kxvess for the day 10
Total excess since March 1st, 19n6 2S8
Normal precipitation 02 Inch
Deficiency for the day 02 Inch
Precipitation since March 1, 1906. .20.85 Inches
Deficiency since March 1, 19u6.... S.tw Inches
Ieticlency for cor. period, lli.... 2.79 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, Iliu6.... 4.98 Indies
Hrporta from Stations at T P. M.
Station and State Temp. Max. Rain
of Weather. 7 p. m. Temp. . fall.
Bismarck, cloudy 6 2
Cheyenne, partly cloudy... 38 44
Chicago, cloudy 3H 40
Davenport, cloudy Sli 3
Denver, dear id bi
Havre, cloudy ''i'i , 18
Helena, clear 14 8
Huron, snowing 8 lo
Kansas City, raining 34 42
North Platte, cloudy M 28
Omaha, cloudy 2N 2H
Rapid City, cloudy t 0
Ht. Ioul, cloudy 62 M
St. Paul, cloudy 14 22
Halt LAke City, snowing... 2 12
Valentine, snowing 4 - 12
Wllllston, cloudy 1 .
"T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
Indicates below sero.
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