Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 17, 1908, Page 8, Image 8
THE OMAHA DAILY ft EE: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17, v 1003. t NEWS OF COUNCIL Office 15 Scott Street. MINOR MENTIOX. EYES EXAMINED FREE LEFFERT'S. Wood rim Undertaking company. TeL N3- Send your children to Western Iowa Col lege summer school. Emtl H. I.effert l home from an extended lelt In Portland, Ore. Councilman A. Belllnser arrived home yesterday frrim Colorado. Cigar band traya. vases, etc C. E. Alexander, 333 Broadway. Muff Clfv Maoonlo lndg will meet In Stated communication thla evening. T. E. Cavln of Park avenue la home from two weeks' trip through Illinois. HERMAN BROS.. FLOHI8T8. 10 PEARL ST. Phdnes: Ind., 814 Black; Bell. 523. ' We know we have the best flour. Earo Is the name. Bartell A Miller. 'Phone m. IT PAYS TO PEE HOBPE BEFORE JUYINO A PIANO. 29 PEARL STREET. Framed Tlrturea make Ideal wedding frlfts. Eee them at Alexander s, 333 Broad way. Wanted Place for young man to work after school snd on Saturday. Western Iowa College. H. H Van Brunt snd H. A. Qulnn left tnnt evening for Chicago to sttend the national republican convention. ' R-v. Henry DeLong performed the mar tiss ceremony yesterday for E. L. Shores nd Vera Perrln. both of Omaha. Jewel court, Tribe of Ben Hur, will Dieet thla evening. Special entertainment ties 1 en provided for the meeting. Wash Machine Pale Wssh machines, $3.75 to 117.50; the One Minute, $10 00. I,et us snd you one on trial. J. Zoller Mer Co., lrtM(i2-104-l" Broadway. 'Phones 320. A committee of the grand lodge 1 ex pected to he preeent tonight at the meeting of Concordia lodge, Knights of Pythiaa. The Beard of Education will meet this evening to open hide for the heating plsnt for the new school house at Seventeenth street rnd Avenue E. , Dr. C. P. Erltkson Is home from the eat. vhere she took a post graduate course In i wedl Ini' after attend'ng the Methodist gen- etal rnnferr net as a ley delegate Mrs. Harriet? Ann Punlnp, wife of Lafay- te Dun lap, difd jesterday morning at her riotn. SIR Harrlenn street, aged 61 ears. Fesl es her hushand she leaves two daugh te s and thre srns. Thi Ladles' A d sorletv of the First Pap- llst church -will meet Thursdny afternoon at the home of Mrs. Garrett. 210 Penton 1 e;reet. Friday even'ng the society will give s lawn sii-MI at the home of Mrs. O. VV. Thompson, IrtO Fifth avenue. The fallowing rases of smallpox were quarantined estcrday: P. L. McFarland, S t South Sixth street; Mrs. Davis, Thirty second tr.et and Avenue L: Mrs. Nelson, 1 hlrt -frurth ftrert and Avenue L: Mrs. Caston. Thirtieth street and Brosdway. The first romtlcte directory of the Ml ionic lodges of Council 'Bluffs has Just been Issued. It contains a list of members of etch lodge In the city, together with the officers, and s lint of the past ruling of Jlcers since the organ'tatlon of each lodge. "Ralph Letter, the Infant son of Mr. aid Mrs. I . V. ranrbrj, nfi Avenue F, died jeeUrd y rmrnlng, aed 1 J ear. The funeral will b held firm the residence at 4 o'clock thla aft moon. Rev. Henry Del.ong will romiuct the rrrvlc a and burial will be In Falrvl-w ceme:eiy. ' Funeral services on Jhe late John H. Nnden will hi held thl sfternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the residence, ilia Avenue A, romucte.l by Rev. J. M. Williams, pastor of Froadway Methodist church. The body will b taken to Lincoln, Neb., Wednesday mcrrlng for burial. The annual Sunday school picnic of St. Taul's Erlsropsl church will be held Saturday aftfrneon at Lake Manawa. The children and members of the church will assemble at th rectory snd take the special ears tint wt'l leave 1 Fifth avenue and Sixth street at 2 p. m. It cost HI MIMer.. a horsetrader, $10 and costs In police court yesterday morning for abusing the rollce department. Mayor Ml loney and the rlty administration In gen eral. Miller was arrested Saturday on the charg of imlng profane and unparlia mentary lanKting on the public streets. St. Francis Censineemtil. ' The annual 'reunion, reception and ban quetof.the Alumnae association of St. Francis' academy will be held today at tho Institution. The reception will be held In the afternoon , and the. banquet, with program. In the evening. The graduation exercises will be held to morrow morning in the auditorium of the academy. The graduating class this year comprises eighteen young women , nine being from this city and nine from other towns. , The officers of the Alumnae association are: President, Mra. George F. Hughes; vice president, Mlf-s Celia Mulqueen; sec retsry. Miss Mary O'Neill; treasurer. Miss Ella Wlckham. A pleasing piano recital was given last evening by Krantls E. Flanagan In the academy auditorium before a large audi ence. Mis Alice M Calder assisted at the second piano. Thla was the program: Chopin Polonaise, Op. 26. No. 1. Ruoensteln Kamennol Oetrow. Raff Etude. Op. 157. Llezt Der Wanderer. Le Rosslgnsl. MncDowell Idyllen, Op. 1!8, Des Alder, Sehattcntanx. Chopin Nocturne, Op. 9, No. 2, Ballade, Op. 47. Beethoven 8onata Pathetlque, Op. 11 O rave Allegro dt Moto. Rondo Adagio Cantable. fiatherlagca of Churchmen. - A large number of ministers of the Metho. dlst church from the territory embraced In the district are expected to arrive In the city this morning to attend the seventy second semi-annual conference, which will open this afternoon at the Fifth avenue Methodist church. Many of the ministers. It Is expected, will stay over for the Ep- worth league convention, which will b.'gln Wednesday afternoon and the lesiions of which w il. also be held in the Fifth avenue church. This Is the program for the district con ference: TUESDAY S:M p. m. Devotional, W. L. Holly. $:3'l p. in. Business. Examinations in ccirse of study. 7 31 p. m Devotional, E. Pruitt ' S CO p. m. Address. WEDNE8DAT. " $:3o a. m.-xDevotlonal, Roy Thomas. !: a. m. Business. lo. ik) a. m The Christian Attitude to Amusements, C. M. Ward. 10:20 a. m. Discussion. 10:40 a. m The Relation of Christianity to Socialism,. T. E. Thureason. MM a. m. Discussion. W. W. Bollinger. 11. ?0 s. m. Important Items In Closing the Conforenc-e year, i 1 rye. 11:40 a. nv Discussion, A. E. Burlff. 12:00 in. Adjournment. Starving the Stomach Is "back number" treatment. Eat what you like. Then tako Pape'a Dlapepein to tart the digestive juices working. There will be no Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn or upset xeeling. Makes sour stomachs sweet, .and turns out that misery-making gas. Tape's Di&pepsin FOB INDICI3TION Candif-Lik Trianjule. A iy Innj Stors. UrlETt n l l ' LOAD MOIIEY Oil HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.' AXT AW CHATTtL KKOCIUTY AT ONE-HAU? THK USUAL RATES. Twctnty Yours of Sskceesaful afuslueas, OOKNKK MAIN AND KLROADWAT, OVER AMERICA EXPRESS. Ko cotnecMon with tne firm enlllng thssn W The Clark Mortgage Co. DOTH TUO-NES JUT. . N4X t IUKLLiT, Mgr, INTEREST FROM IOWA BLUFFS: Both 'Phones 43. WATER CONTRACT HELD IP Wickham Bid Referred to Committee of the Whole Council. OLD COMPANY WILLING TO SELL Manager Hart otlgee tha - Conncll that He Maa Received Antherltr . to Enter lato eRottatlos far that Pirpoie, . At. the meeting of the city council last night the contrsct between the city and Contrsctor E. A. Wlckham for the con struction of the proposed new water works system, which had , neen drafted by the committee on water works, the city solicitor nd city engineer, was re ferred to the committee of the whole. The committee on watef works was granted further time for Its negotiations with the Council Blnffs City Water Works compsny for the purchase by the city of the present plant. .. This action was tsken after Councilman Jensen, chairman of the committee, had made the following report: , Report of committee. Tour committee on water works, lo whom was referred, with the city engineer and the city attorney, the matter of a contract with E. A. Wlckham & Co. for the conduction of a water works sys tem for the city of Council Bluffs, beg leave to aubmlt the accompanying con tract for your approval: In rerard to the matter of ourchasing the water worka Hani f the Council Bluffs City Water Worka Vompany. which u i. , .frr.1 to this committee, irotir committee has not been able tn get any proposition rrom sain company, looninj toward a possinio purcnMa urvti..aiicr i n n. m thla Monday. June 15. Your committee submits herewith a communication received 'riin E ' VT.- Hart, manager of the Council Bluffs Water Worka compsny. at p. m. , irl .J i eh .rtrtltloAf"1ma to w" t rAn!e ".-.".T? L ."E -I. Your committee would reoomrnena mat ter into negotiations with E. W. Hart. - - in ,i, nrinifin of the council the com municatlon and the consideration of the matter may Justify. Letter from Manager Hart. This is the communication from Manager Hart of the water worka company referred) to by Chairman Jensen In his report: I beg to advise you thst I am authorised to negotiate with the committee for the sale of this plant or for a contract that will admit for enlarging and extending this plant. Anv action of mine, however, will, like that of your committee, be subject to the review and approval of the governing board. . Brief of Contract. The contract was Referred to the com mittee of the whole without dlacusslon. In the contrsct the city agrees, to pay and Wlckham agrees to construct the plant for the following, the figures being those con- tstned In his bid: Pumping station Settling baalna IMstributlon system... High pressure service $118,500 93.75 397.500 21.750 Total $631,536 In the event of the city deciding to modify the construction of the pumping plant, as provided In the plans and specifications, a deduction of $6,500 or $7,000 can be made In the cost of this part of the system. The contrsct provides for the Installation of ninety-six four-Inch and 228 six-Inch hydrants. Work on the construction of the plant Is to be begun within a "reasonable time" after the approval of the contract by the electors of the city and one-fourth of the entire plant must be Installed within one .. . , - . . . k. MtmnltM year. Tne enure pmni mmn . and ready for operation pot later than January 1. 1911. In the event of Contractor Wlckham falling to meet these and all other require- menta the city can retain tne jo per ur. f the contract price to be wunnem - guaranty. The contractor la rtqun give a bond In the sum of one-half of the contract price, or $316,750. The city reserves the right to suspena abandon the work or any portion thereof at any time, and In such case snau 'do liable only for the amount ot work that shall have actually been performed at the time of such suspension or abandonment; and at the contract price ana ior no ouw damages whatever. The contractor holda. himself responsible for not only the proper completion of the nlant. but for all defeots and errors mat may be found In the plans and specifica tions.- Sewer Flana Ordered. At the reouest of the West Council Bluffs Improvement club the city engineer was Instructed to draw plans for a sewer sys tem west of Indian creek. " ' " An Invitation from the West. Council Bluffs Improvement club to attend the Broadway paving Jollification at the club house on Broadway and Thlrttlfth streets this evening, wss accepted. W. F. Abdlll was appointed a paving In spector on the recommendation of the city engineer. The controversy between the City and Stark & Co. of Des Moines, contractors for the new concrete bridge over Indian creek at Frank street. It waa announced, had been amicably settled. The city auditor was Instructed to Issue a warrant to the company for the contract price for the bridge less $0, which is to be retained to pay the expense of replacing the railing, which was found to be defective. Any re pairs needed on the "wing walls"' will be made at 'the city's expense. The council adjourned to Thursday after noon, when It will assess up the recently finished paving on lower Broadway. ' Held for Bootlegging;. R. T. Phillips, whose home is In Oakland, Pottawattamie county, and who Is 76 years of age, was brought before United States Commissioner N. A. Crawford yesterday afternoon by Deputy United States Msrshsl Cole of this city on a charge of selling IT WILL PUT YOU OH YOUP e-pT. ADFf n faf liquor without a government license. t Was alleged thst Phillips had converted the shsck occupied by him Just north of rne city limtts of Osklar.d Into a retail llqlinr dispensary, much to the annoyance of the good cltlsens of that "dry" town. As a result of the preliminary hearing Commis sioner Crawford held Phillips lo the federal grand Jury In the sum of $. Phillips was unable to furnish a bond and was sent to the county Jail. nisi Vote for Blaffa Men. Frank 8. Keyes of this city, candidate for the republican nomination for railroad com missioner, made a remarksble showing In the Ninth district. In Pottawattarnle t-ounty Mr. Keyes received 3,23 votes, as against 438 for Ketchum and 418 for Corkfleld. The full returns from the stste on rail road commissioner will not be known until the completion of the canvass by the state executive council at Dea Moines, ' which will be some time this week. Mr. Keyes' friends are hopeful of the result. The vote In the Ninth district on rail road commissioner was as follows: Ketch- Cock- Keyes. urn. field. 37 44 :9 ;s5 6'1 44 517 594 2:tn .299 4 4 ?69 10 4, 418 3,367 3.39$ who was a Adair 5M Audubon 65 Case !K3 Guthrie 045 Harrison 544 Mills T31 Montgomery 973 8helby , 602 Pottawattamie $.269 Totals 1,018 Unofficial. O. J. McM candidate for the republican nomination for stste a jperlntendent of public Instruction, also carried the Ninth district, securing a majority over Rlggs In every county In the district except Harrison. Prof. McManus was an avowed Cummins candidate. The vote In the Ninth district on super intendent of public Instruction was: McManus. Rlggs. Adair 749 Audubon 624 Csss 1.14 Guthrie l.iog 724 544 SIS 912 6.T1 4o6 736 479 1.610 Harrlaon 601 Mills Montgomery .., Shelby , Pottawattamie Totals ., . 697 . 9?9 . 42 .2,515 .8,559 6,9:7 Unofficial. Twi Held ts Grand Jnrr. D wight B. Corlles, former straw boss for the Cltlsens' 6a and Electric company, and Chris Thompson, bartender In the K. C. house saloon, both under charges of assault with Intent to kill, were yesterday bound over to await the action of the dis trict grand Jury by Police Judge Bnyder. Corlles was charged with striking Homer Case, a teamster In the employ of the electric light company, over the head with a shovel. Case was unable to appear In court, but evidence as to the assault was given by Napoleon Brude and Frank Lloyd, two members of the gsng of linemen, who witnessed the encounter Corlles' bond was placed at $1,500, which he furnished. enrts 'i nompson, tne bartender, was cnargea wtin snooting John c. carter, a former Milwaukee railroad switchman. through the neck. Carter has sufficiently recovered from his wound to appear In court against Thompson. The evidence showed that Thompson fired at Carter with his revolver when Carter persisted in going behind the bar, to help himself to a bottle of -whisky, although repeatedly warned not to do so by Thompson. The court fixed Thompson's bond at $2,000, which he fur nished. - Marriage Licenses. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following: Name and Residence. Age. William Snyder. Council Bluffs 48 Emily Mary Hammond, Council Bluffs.. 34 C. H. L. Carter. Omaha 29 M. E. Goodall, Omaha 28 E. L. Shores, Omaha ........21 Vera Perrln, Omaha 20 James Wlnslow, Council Bluffs 82 Mary CNell, Council Bluffs 2a Dennis McGloln, South Omaha 29 Clara M. Finn, Council Bluffs 25 HCLL-PROCTV CONTEST TIE Con irruraan Enjoins Farther Re- count In Dallas County. DES MOINES, June 16.-The Hull-Prouty congressional contest In the Seventh Iowa district stills , hangs In the balance, with the prospects that the ultimate decision will have to be made In the courts. As a result of the recount by the Board of County Supervisors of the ballots cast In the recent primary election the vote stands at a tie for the two candidates. The re turns from all the uncontested precincts of Polk county have been canvassed, with no show of change. A sensation was sprung today when the supervisors of Dallas county were re strained from proceeding with the count of the ballots In that county. This action throws the battle Into the courts. The In junction was Issued at the Instance of J. W. Russell, a Hull man, who alleges that the supervisors lacked Jurisdiction, and further charged that previous handling of the ballots left doubt In his mind whether all the ballots remained Intact. SUSSES GIRL, BUT KILLS HIMSELF Sloax City Man Uses Revolver When Girl Rejects Him. SIOUX CITY, la.. June 16.-(8peclat Tele gram.) Because Edith Matthews refused td marry him Orvllla Whltford, on the back porch of Craig L. Wright's residence, this afternoon fired two shots at the girl without effect and then shot himself through the head, Inflicting mortal wounds. Whltford knew the girl In Fremont, Neb. They went to Riverside park Sunday after noon and there he proposed marriage. She agreed to give him her answer today. When she announced her refusal to become his wife the tragedy was the result. Prominent W.man Barned. SIOUX CITY. Ia., June l.-tSi jclal Tele egram.) Mrs. Lawrrnce 8. Critchell. daughter of Edward M. Tllden ot Chicago, former preaident of the Chicago school board and prominent in Chicago packing and banking circles, was perhaps fatally burned while heating water In a bath room this morning. The ' wind blew her dress Into the flames of a gas stove. She was alone In the house at the time. Three fourths of the surface of the body was burned. It is the extent of the burns, rather than their depth, which makes her condition serious. Mr. and Mrs. Tllden have been, sent for. Mr. Critchell Is vice presi dent of the Live Stock National bank In Sioux City. Many Will Attend Toarnaaneat. ONAWA. Ia.. June 11 (Special.) The following towns. In addition to others whlcr. have not reported, will send bsnds and running teams to the Maple Valley fire men's tournament. Wednesdsy, June 17: HohHein, Lake City, Wall Lake and Logan, band and running team; Ida Grove and Battle Creek, band; Onawa, Mapleton and Odebolt, running team. The track ia In good condition for work and everything looks favrable for a most successful meet. Shoemaker Kills Himself. SIOUX CITY. Is.. June H-tHpeclal Tele, gram.) The body of Fred Glenke. aged 76. was found suspended from a rope In his cobbling shop early this morning by Wes Barnum, a pegro, who bad guns to the shop to secure a pair of shoes. The victim wss sn old resident of Sioux City, Poor health and poor business combined made him despondent. NEWS FROM THE IOWA CAPITAL former I onnrll It I aria Woman ta Married In t. Jew aeyh. tFrom a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES. June 16. (Special.) Mrs. Ida Wels Seybert, daughter of Ferdlnsnd Wels of this city and for some time a resident In Council Bluffs, and Mr. H. A. Lytle of Chicago were quietly msrrled In St. Joseph, Mo.. Sunday. Theodore P. Shonts, who Is chairman of the board of trustees of Drske university, arrived In Des Moines tonight and will attend the meeting of the beard tomorrow. At 1 tomorrow the board Is entertained by President Bell aj a luncheon and In the afternoon Mr. Shonts makes the ad dress at the dedication of the new library building.' He will leave Immediately after for the east. It la understood thst the board will not make any radical changes In the officers for the coming year. The granting of degrees and the election of officers will consume the greater time' of the meting of the board. The conference of superintendents of state Institutions with the members of the Stste Boaid .of Control w': be held tomorrow and Wednesday Dr. Richard Dewey, the physician In charge of the Mil waukee sanitarium at Wauwstosa. Wis., will be the principal speaker. He will talk on. "Differentiation In the Evolution of In stitutions for the Care of the Insane." The executive council has given $500 from the provident contingent fund for the bene fit of the School for the Deaf at Council Bluffs to repair to aoma extent the damage from the recent heavy rains which caused the creeks to overflow and left a deposit of clay all over the farm. Governor Cummins today Issued requisi tions for Selgel and Fenberg. the two Des Moines youths who robbed the pawn shops of their fathers and were captured In North Platte. Neb. The boys will be brought back at once and will be handled by tho Juvenile court. The State Board of Educational Exam iners will meet Friday at the office of the state superintendent for the purpose of taking up the classification of colleges. The first classification was made last year and on this Is based the granting of teach ers' certificates to the graduates of the colleges In accordance with the law passed by the lsst general assembly. Passenger Train Kills Maa. MARSH ALLTOWN. Ia., June 16. (Special Telegram.) Clement Knowl, aged 33, was run down and killed by a Chicago, Milwau kee and St. Paul passenger train one mile west of Ferguson, Sunday night. Knowl was walking on the track. Iowa News Notes. ONAWA The recent overflow of the Soldier waa one of the worst In the his tory of that stream and did much damage. ONAWA Mrs. P. K. Holbrook has gnnw to boston as a district delegate from Iowa to attend the National Federation of Women's clubs. ONAWA The sixteenth district Endeevor convention will meet In Onawa next Wednesday evening and continue Thursday and Friday. The program la in charge of mo uniwi unnsuan cnurcn. ONAWA Des Moines trains. Northwest ern Nos. 25 and 16, which have been running via Onawa since established, will after tomorrow run over the Mohil hmnrh arjd trains from Carroll, la,, will take their Riace, maKing connections at Onawa with fo. 9, the faat passenger from the south, so passengers can reach. St. Paul and Min neapolis the same day- IOWA FALLS A -happy reunion will rase piace at Humnoidt, Neb., this week when A. H. Personett, a well known resi dent or Franklin county, will meet his sister, whom he has not seem since she was a child of 4 or 6 years. The father of Mr. fersonett and his s ster located In Franklin county In an early day and died in 1806. There was a large family of child ren, which became scattered when the family was broken up. The sister, being me youngest, was adopted Dy a family named Qrlm. The Grtma moved several times and the girl's name being changed by adoption the brother lostwll track of her. Recently, through frlenda who came from the same section that the Grlms did In Ohio. Mr. Personett was Informed that the family lived at Humboldt, Neb., and that nis sister was still alive. Arrange menta- have accordingly been hurriedly made for a reunion of the lone separated members of this family. Mrs. E. D. Under wood, another sister, now lives In Minne sota. NEBRASKA FR0MDAY TO DAY Quaint and Cnrlona Featnrea of Life In Rapidly Growing; State. That's Enough G' wan Been movln'. that's all. Belden Progress. t Identified Mr. Crandall. the father of the lady stenographer in the Cunningham real estate office at Kimball, has contested sec tion 26. We welcome Mr. Crandall to our commurjlty. Rocky Hollow Notes, Banner County News. Fixing Up A mail box has been placed at the postofflce entrance and presents quite a metropolitan appearance. Many ot the children have found It a novelty, and Insist on dropping their letters In It, even when the postofflce Is not closed. It is certainly a very useful innovation and Is another one of the features that are mak ing our postofflce thoroughly up-to-date. Central City Republican. Ancient Sight White covered wagons are the kind of vehiclea we have become accus tomed to see, and on some of them are various mottoes and names. Afew days ago a train passed alorg our streets on which was neatly painted the one word "Texas." They had Ive wagons and ten horses attached to a picket line running from a wagon In front of the horses led. to a wagon following In the rear of the horses. Columbus Journal, 1874. The Fan The average base ball far. Is even more changeable than the "sweet little dumpling" with her first sweetheart. If a player occasionally hits the ball for a home run and fields in circus style he Is a hero. If he strikes out once or msks sn error, he's the biggest dub on eartt, and the fans vociferously urge him lo go back to coal heaving or driving a delivery wagon. Custer County Republican. , He Stuck A youne man stepped off the passenger trsln Tuesdsy morning snd took In the sights about the depot. The long new platform seemed to bewilder him. He probably thought he was In Chicago or aome other amall village. About the time the train was showing its heels to the peo ple at the station, the strsnger Inquired where he could get a train to Monroe. He quickly discovered that ha left the cars to soon, and that It would be his pleasure U remain in the best town in Nebraska until I o'clock In the afternoon. He didn't faint or have a fit, but came . up town and watched Contractor Clark's men get the government building resdy to move into the street. Elgin Review. If you will make inquiiy It will be a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles In one form or another. If the patient Is not beyond medical aid. Foley's Kidney Cure will cms. It never disappoiuta. All druggists. r Non-Intoxicating Tompbranco Boor Pry Towis tome Wet ApSi NO GOVERNMENT LICENSE REQUIRED. Saloon keepers, dispensers of soft drinks, druRgists, restaurants, billiard halls,' own ers of concessions in amusement parks, etc., are doing a big business both in,,,dry" and "wef'sdistricts on 'WWm MEW" lEffi BOTTLED EXPRESSLY FOR L. Rosenfeld Company, Council Bluffs, Ia. "Golden Brew" looks, foams and tastes exactly likt the best beers, but contains less than one-half of one per cent alcohol. The government requires no license for selling bev-' erages containing less than one-half of one per cent. WE FURNISH YOU WITH A WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH EACH ORDER. Not a poor imitation npr a weak substitute, but good, healthful, invigorating, nour-, ishing beer, made from the same ingredients as our best beers, except that it does not contain the alcohol. Just the drink you are looking for,, because it requires no govern ment tax. You are losing money every day you delay ordering, so write us at once. ILi. ROSENFELD CO. 519-521 SOUTH MAIN ST. , COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. V" Hir Michigan and Wisconsin "When you go east this summer on a vacation trip, arrange for a few days or a week's visit at one of the numerous lake re sorts in Michigan or Wisconsin. Hundreds of delightful resorts in these and other states are reached by the MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY There you may. enjoy yachting, . rowing, bathing, fishing, golfing and numerous other outdoor sports. Excellent hotel and boarding house accomodations are offered at reasonable fates. Descriptive books and complete information regarding rail road fare and train service, FREE. F. A. NASH, General Western Agent WllAT CLUB WOMEN ARE DOING Nebraska Delegates to Boston Bien nial Will Start Next Thursday. MES. TAFT ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE She Woald Give the Ballot to Women, ; bnt Woald Debar Them from Running- for Public ' Office. I While sll the Nebraska delegstcs to the j Boston biennial will not go easi logeinrr the majority txpect to and will lea-e Thursday evening. Friday will he spent in Cliiisgo snd one day at Nlagura Falls, the women rearhing Boston Sunday murning. Th Lincoln deltgatlon and same of the women from the state will go in a body. Mrs. H. N. Nelson of the Omaha Woman's club left laat week and Mre. Edward Johnson, president of the Omaha Woman's club, expects to go Tuesday. Mrs. Johnson will rrobab'.y spend the greater part of the summer visiting In and about Boston, thst having formerly been hir home. Part of the Nel raka delegation has quarters at the Vend m? and part at the Hotel Victoria. Mra. Tnft on Bntrraae. 8o often during the last yesr has Secre tary Tsft expressed himself rfgarding woman suffrage that the following ex jresslon from Mrs Taft will be of interest especially to the women of Omaha, before whom Mr. Taft telked daring his recent visit here. The Boston Olobfl quotes Mis. Tsft as follows: I huve s'way relieved that wwrieB should vole. I favor besto 1,11 L lie III ,ri jf like to put In a cllc riant, but I J 4 . .T:fJ OMAHA prohibitory clause debarring them from running for public office. With women running for office, I think tho natural scheme would be disjointed snd the end snd Sim of the home destroyed. Their voice Is nearly ' always the voice of wisdom, and I see nothing unwomanly m their casting the ballot and exercising every light of the free cltlscn, but It seems that for the pies nt it la impossible to dissociate the right to vote from the right to hold office. So the women who would never think of nny other vocation than that of be nt guod wives Slid mothers are prevented irom taking their rightful share In govern ing the community, through the feur which men have of women stepping down from i heir pedet-tal. Kxcept In rare instances, tho Influence of women on politics is for their tlevation. It Is Lsuly said that communities where women lack civic pride are In worse shape than those where man neglects his preroga tive. Women should he versed In every phase of polltks and should know what ver thing means which hss a direct b.ar Ing on the home environment. That is my l ies, of purifying pollliis. and I think it thH only practical one. More I lul In the General. That representation ( at the Boston bl enrJal Is appreciated by club women Is proven by the long lists of clubs that have come into the General Federation since the first of the year. Each month these list.) have been announced. The last list of clubs admitted covers the month ending May 13 and Includes ln9 clubs. Among these are three from Nebraska, the New Book Review club of Omaha, wlih flfteer. members, Mrs. H. C. Brome, president; the Beatrice Woman's club, with twenty five members, Mrs. Jennie M. Slam, presi dent; and the Wymore Fortnightly club, with twenty-one members. Mrs. E. M. Fen ton, president. lows has nine clubs on tne list, rsnglrg In their membership from twenty-five to 107. These clubs are at Maquoketa, McGregor, Red Oak, Wy oming, Or.awa, Council Bluffs, Oelwein and Rock Rapids. Mrs. Emily E. Wocdiey, who is said to ft. L i)rViA, A h:,:rv. ;-r '1i?f w 3" -V-v-h r t;fi r TICKETS, 1524 Famam St. be the only woman regularly commissioned an officer In the t'nited States amy, died the other day In Philadelphia at the ag of 73. She was the last of the thirty-five young women from Philadelphia who en listed as nurses In the civil war. . 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