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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 19. 1?0.
The Comaetl Staffs Off! of the
Omaha Ih la at 1 Soott llwt
Both TtNH 43.
COR RIO AN 8.
GRAND JURY IS IN SESSION
Eight Defendants Waive the Right
PERSONNEL OF THE INQUISITION
tnderlsksr! Themes 1. I
f unaral rflralA. Thnn. 37. '
Woedrlng I'nderuklng company. Tel. J39.
FAl'ST BEER AT HGQEKS' BUFFET.
Block paatured. 'Phons Finney. Bell JH3J.
When you went reiisbla want ad adver
tising, use The Baa.
On aale, sheet pictures. Borwlck, 211 80.
Expert Piano Tuning. Hipe. Phone 644,
29 Pearl Street; 28 South Main.
BAIRD. LONGEN1-XKER & BOLAND.
Undertakers. Phone 121. 14 N. Main St.
Dr. W. W. Magarell. optometrist, moved
to iOi-3 City National bank building.
Wall papers tiargaln going fat. Get
your order lu now at J. I. Crockwell'a.
Picture and Art Novelties lor Uradua
tlon gifts. . C. E. Alexander. 132 Broadway.
Lawn Mowera We have Hie largest line
of food lawn mowera ehown In ine city.
Bee our line, 3 to I to. P. C. DeVol Hdw.
Cf. . '
A building permit "was issued yeelerday
to Mr. Moore for a two-story frame cot
tage at BIS Kaat Pierce atreet to cost $2,000.
Dr. and Mrs. O. V. Gordon of Wheaton,
311., departed last night for their horns
after a visit of a week with their daugh
ter. Mra. John H. Clark, Jr., 619 Harrison
President W. S. Keellne has called a
meeting of the hoard of directors of the
National He rtlrultural congress for noxt
Saturday evening In the rooms of the Com
Mrs. a. V. Moore of Sioux City and Miss
Hasel Grota of Erwln. Ia., have left for
their homes after a ahort visit with Mrs.
C. H. Orvls. On her way home Mrs. M.xne
will visit her son, A. S. Mccre of Bently,
Jamea A. Wlatt,' who waa struck and In
jured by an automobile drlVn by W. A
Maurer, at the corner of Broadway and
Peurl atreet. on December 20 last, has
served original notice nf suit against
Maurer for tio.ono damages.
In the divorce suit of EthelHn R. Teague
against Orval E. Teague. Judge Wheeler,
who has had It under advisement for aome
time, handed down a d-rlslf.n granting the
plaintiff a decree and alimony of 2ft a
month for the stipiort of the minor child.
Jacob Neumayer, the winner of the $M
cash prise for the best kept yard and
premises In the Third ward, yerterday gen
erously turned over the money to the Asso
ciated Charities for the creche fund. The
money was paid to the association as di
rected by Mr. Neumayer by Major G. H.
Roy Oldley and Ed Dyke, two young lads
arrested Saturday night while trying to
dispose of two bicycles, aimltted yesterday
they had stolen them. They were sent to
the county Jul! for thirty days eich by
Judge Snyder. The wheels. It was learned,
belonged to the young sons of H. A. Searle
and Police Commisloner I. Zurmtiehlen.
The annual banquet of the Delta Tau and
7'hllnmathlan literary societies of the high
school will be hold Frldy evening. May 2.
In the gymnasium of the high school. All
members of the alumni aaaoclatlon desiring
lo attend are requested to send their names
to Principal Thomas or Arch Hutchison,
so th.it plates may be reserved for them.
The .' West Council Bluffs Improvement
club Is preparing, for a lousing meeting
Thursday night, when Colonel w. F. Baker
of the Bosrd of Supervisors Is booked to
deliver Ills address on ''Inland Waterways."
Officers of the Missouri iRIver Navigation
association and the Real Estate exchange
of Omaha have accepted Invitations to at
tend. Th funeral of the late' Mrs. May Ingram
was held yisttrday morning from theJ
jirat Baptist cnurcn, where the services
were conducted by the pastor. Rev. F. A
Case, and was attended by a large gather
ing of sorrowing friends, including manv
members of the Tribe of Ban Hur. thj
Royal Neighbors cf America and the Wo
man's Relief corps. Burial wss In Walnut
Hill cemetery, the pallbearer being Mfrsr..
Mark. Williams. Lldgett, Ovrmyer. M.
Mullen and Dr. Keller. '
EFFORT TO REPEAL ! Ml LCT LAW
Fight for rteanhmlaalon to Be Aban
doned by Prohibitionist.
According to Rev. W, C. Barber of Des
Moinea, superintendent of the Iowa Anti
Saloon league, who with R. C. F. Cham
bers, district auperlntendent of the organi
sation, attended the meeting yesterday
morning of. the .Ministerial association to
discus plans for further work against the
general petition of consent '. being circu
lated on behalf of the saloonkeepers of
the city, the prohibition forcea In this
state have decided to' abandon the fight ! of tne tol"yi and on hla way back to his
for resubmiaalon and will work for the re- hti room Dr- Sprlnk found his. hypodermic
case on the stairs. The trousers were later
returned by a neighbor, who discovered
them In his back yard with the pockets
turned inside out .
Ilearlnai In Manrinmne Case of Jfneh
Asralnst tity t'onnell la Begaa
Before Jndae Wheeler In
The district court grsnd Jury reconvened
yesterday morning and after eight defend
ants who are In custody had been pre
sented to it and waived their right of
challenge, entered upon 'its deliberatlona.
There are enough cases to keep the grand
Jury at work for the remainder of the week
and possibly longer.
The following are the members of the
grand Jury: H. J. SchlerbrocV of Neola,
P. H. Moran of Council Bluffs, O. M. Mc
Bride of Bocmer, George W. ' Jensen of
Norwalk. William Casson of Tork. J.. Wild
ing of Crescent and H. C. Jenkins of Lewis.
Since Its last session In all ten men have
been bound over to the grand Jury and
these cases will be first considered. As
soon aa these are disposed of the com
plaints against two alleged road houses In
the western part of the city will be taken
up. Sheilff McCaffery has subpoenaed a.
large number of residents of that section
of the city to appear before the grand Jury
and tell what they know about these places.
Nash Mandamns Case.
Tha hearing In the mandamus action
brought by the C. B. Nash company of
Omaha against the city council of Council
Bluffs to compel it to correct the record of
its proceedings relative to the special elec
tion at which the proposition to Issue Jt00,000
water works bonds was submitted to the
voters was begun before Judge Wheeler
yesterday morning the Nash company Is
represented by Attorneys Scott and Cro
foot of Omaha, while City Solicitor Kimball
Is being assisted by Attorney Charles M.
Harl of the firm of Harl & Tlnley, special
counael for the city tn the water works
Following the Nash case, the court will
take up the application of the city to dis
solve the temporory Injunction secured by
Angel Alta, restraining the city from open
ing the Pettlbone drainage ditch through
The following new assignment of equity
cases waa announced yesterday by Judge
Tuesday, May IS Oscar Keellne, et al.,
vs. George A. Keellne. Mary U Tlnley
vs. Blanche Carrlgg.
Wednesday, May 19 State of Iowa vs.
W. II. Heck. State of Iowa vs. Sherman
& Htaly, et al. Macrae .Estate (claim of
John F. Marraei. David Bradley at Co.
vs. C. A N. W. Ry Co.
Thursday, May 20 Friend .Lenard Haya
vs. Maggie A.- Hays. Will F. Siedentopf
vs. William Moore.
Friday, May 21 First National bank of
Council Bluffs vs. City of Council Bluffs.
Saturday, May 2! Carter estate (claim
of Lindt & Schura).
Monday, May 241. F, Hendricks vs. Wil
liam Barker, et al, John-P. Talbott vs.
William Barker, et al. Arthur A. Gaines
vs. William Barker, et al. Charles Gregory
vs. William Barker, et nl.
Tuesday. May 26 Andrew O. Gilbert vs.
First National bank, of Council Bluffs.
Wednesdsv, Mav 3rt-Mary H. Whitehead
vs. Linus E 8outhwlck. et al. Benjamln
Fehr It. E. Co. vs. Robert J. Clancy, et al.
Thursday. May 27-Mrs. Maud Southard
vs. Thomas F. McCaffery. sheriff, et a).
M. Marcus vs. W. A. Maurer, et al.
Friday. May 28-Oeorge E. Craig vs. E.
' Dillon, et a). Thomas McCarrol, trus
tee, vs. The Trsvelers Insurance fo.
Doctor's Trousers Rifles!.
Dr. John Sprlnk had an early mornlna
t aller nt-hlg home' on Park avenue yes
terday. The . caller, who failed to leave
hla card, entered the house through the
pantry window and left by tha , kitchen
door. He visited the doctor's bed room and
appropriated his trousers, which were on
a chair beside tiie bed. Amongst other
things In the trousers pockets was $28.35
In cash and a sliver hypodermic case. As
the visitor wss carrying the trousers down
the stairs the hypodermic case fell out and
the noise It made awoke the doctor. After
thinking the matter over for a minute or
two he decided to Investigate and turning
on the light noticed that his trousers were
gone. The open kitchen door told the rest
peal of the mulct law.
"If we could have secured reaubmtaalon
at the laat legislature." said Mr. Barber,
"It would have been four years before
we could have gotten prohibition into the
constitution. If we now persist In the re
submission fight It will be six years be
fore wa car. accomplish anything, but if
we are successful with the new plan to
repeal the mulct law, state-wide prohibition
would be the result In two years."
Mr. Barber aald that the league waa
watching the aaloon districts closely all
over the state and at the present moment
especially In Council Bluffs. "We have
abandoned tha old plan of fighting from
a strictly moral standpoint," said Mr. Bar
ber, "and from now on will view the
Question as a business and economic propo
iltion. We will not fight aaloona which
violate the law aa an organisation any
more, but will bring action against them
through the county; attorneys. if a county
attorney does not or 'Is not willing to act,
we will than take, it up te tne attorney
general with a view to' securing the removal-from
office of .subji -county attor-
Retailers Off to Davenport.
Conspicuous with thai i' green hats and
iaen dusters, although rubber coats would
have been more seasonable, a big delega
tion of local merchants left laat evening
n a apertal car" over the Rock Island for
Davenport to attend the eleventh annual
convention of the Iowa State Retail Mer
:hanta' association and . Incidentally to
Boost for tha re-election of John T. Mul
jueen of this city aa prealdent of the or
Everybody knows that Nebraska is prosperous. Many people, how
ever, even in Nebraska, do not know the source of its prosperity, except
in their own neighborhood. Neither is it always understood in the cities,
as to the cause of the general prosperity of the farmer, and the farmer may
not be familiar with what has been most essential in bringing about the
prosperity of our towns and cities.
In the coming articles, descriptive of the diferent counties of ihp sUt, the Commercial Club and
their good roads campaign will receive attention; from what tne state has been develop and the place it
holds today in the industrial world; the advantages Nebraska offers to those who may come here; what
the farmers of today have accomplished, and the possibilities for the farmer of the future; what the
stock-breeders and stock-feeders have developed and what they are trying to develop; what the dairy
industry has to offer and how it is being received or rejected by the average farmer. The frnit industry
, has added to the pleasure and profit of the home; the corn grower has learned and is learning,' and his
knowledge of improved methods are of immense value to himself and his neighbors. The railroads have
done much for the state and have receivd much in return from the people. Thrify towns and cities of
the state are growing, and how they are making progress will be told. The county schools, the school
teacher and county superintendent of schools are e ntitled to notice and will be touched upon.
All of these things will receive special attention in the future articles
No one can be well posted unless they know their own state.
Your friends, elsewhere, will be glad to receive a copy of the issue
containing the account of your home county. . ' ' '
Next Week Furnas County
and Hon. Lee Estelle of Omaha haa been
Invited by Mayor Maloney to make the
other address. t
Tha following committees from the city
council were appointed yesterday by the
mayor: Arrangements, Morgan, Rlgdon and
Skodsholm; finance: Jensen, Olson and
Younkerman? speakers and program, Ma
loney, Bejllnger and McMillan,
ALKALI .IKE DIES OF SHOT
Negro Hit by Connell BlnrTa Offlcer's
Ballet Dies of . the
'Joe Taylor, alias Alkali Ike, the negro
who wa shot recently by Officer Arnold
of Council Bluffs after the negro had shot
Officer Horner, who had arrested him, d'.ed
Tuesday morning at Edmundson hospital.
Taylor escaped after being shot and was
found In a little shack In which he had
been making Ills home. Two .bullet holes
were In his body and he was not expected
to .live through the day. He showed re
markable vitality, however, living for over
1UWA CAPITAL IS ELATED
Decision Against the Street Railway
Company it Cause.
FRANCHISE IS , NOT PERPETUAL
Intoxicated Miner Tries to Blow Hla
Home to Pieces with Powder and
Lives to fare Charge
WORK . OF THE CITV COCSCIL,
Clnb Women at Davenport.
A number of the leading club women of
the city left yesterday for Davenport to
attend the eighth biennial aesslon of the
Iowa State Federation of Womens clubs,
which will open there this morning and
continue over Friday. Mrs. J. J. Sullivan.
president, and Mrs. Charles M. Weir, dele
gate, sent aa representatives of the Coun
cil Bluffs Woman's club; Mrs. F. J.
Thompson, visiting In Chicago, will attend
as representative of the University club;
airs. Katnerme DeVol went aa delegate
from the Idal club; Mra. Lewis Cutler as
member of the state art committee; Mrs.
J. P. Organ as a member of the press com
mittee and Mrs. Walter I. Smith as chair
man of the Sixth district. Mrs. Cutler of the
iru-ration mreting acenmpanyied by her
father. H. B. Weir, will go to La Porte,
Ind.. and points In Michigan for an ex
tended visit before returning home.
' Your complexion as well
as your temper it rendered
miserable ' by a disordered
liver. ' By taking Chamber
Iain's Stomach . and Liver
Tablet you can improve
- both. They cleanse and in
vigorate the atqmach and
Improve the digestion.
Real Estate Tranatera.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
May 17 by the Pottawnttimle County Ab
stract company , of Council Bluffs:
B. T. Tlnnell and wife to A. A Clark
& Co.. lot IS. block 5. Rlddle'a aubd.
m council Hiurrs. w i iw
Otto Vogeler snd wife to L P. IarsVn
,n3Wt. of lot 7. block 1. Williams1
suhd of Mill lot in Council Bluffs.
w d 2 hiio
O P. Van Sweringen, unmarried, "to
H. O. McGee. lots 29 and M. block 4
Webster's add. to Cojncll Bluffs
w. d ' j
Nashua Trust Co. to H. O. McOee.' iot
11. block 12, Baylies & Palmer a add.
to Council Bluffs, w. d 1
James W. Be and wife to Adalbert "d
Porter, lot 1. block 19. Ferry add. to
Council Bluffs, w. d
Jacob Neumayer, executor, to Charls
lamsier, lot 1. bioi k is, Grimes' add.
to Council Bluffs, exctr. d
Tntsl. seven transfers..
General Grenvllle M. Dodge haa notified
Colonel Edwin J. Abbott, chalrmin of the
committee from Abe Lincoln poat. Grand
Arnvy of the Republic, hat he will accept
the Invitation to prealde at the public exer
cises at Falrmount park In observance of
Memorial day on Sunday afternoon. May
. Itev. James O'May of Creaton. la
former paator of the Broadway Methodist
church of this city, will deliver the oration
A. A. CLARK & CO.
man wimpy nn homes, cattle and
LUilll l.iUUCI UU HOUSEHOLD rUKMTUBE
AX9 AJfT CHATTEL SECVTUTT AT OKIE-HALF THE USUAL HATES.
. Twenty 1 er of Saeoeeeftk Busmeea.
HAM AM) BROADWAY. OVER AMERICA EXPRESS.
No connection with the flraa Uim1ih TV. n.rk u .
coxa r&ONES jut, jjo. p. f jjiljcY. mt.
Throwing; of Mlsalalea at Antomobll
lata Most Cease.
At the instance of the Council Bluffs
Automobile club the city council last night
passed an ordinance prohibiting the throw
ing of 1 "stones, sticks, brickbats, wood,
snowballs and other substance at nny per
son' In or upon the street or In or on any
buggy, wagon, automobile, motor or other
vehicle," and likewise prohibiting the
throwing upon the streets, alleys and high
ways "any litter, ajhea, glass, nails, wire,
tin. Iron or other substance." Violation of
the provisions of the ordinance shall e
considered as a misdemeanor and shall be
punishable by a fine of not less thai) $5
nor exceeding $100, 01 by Imprisonment In
the county Jail for not more than thirty
In accordance wtlh a compromise reached'
at an executive aesslon in the mayor s
office prior to tho convening of the city
council, a new sidewalk ordinance to take
the place of the one held up by Mayor
Maloney was passed after the actldn on the
former one had been reconsidered. The
new ordinance will permit a property
owner to lay the walk In front of his
place without being required to file a bond.
although he will be required to make a
cash deposit tqual to 6 per cent of the cost
of the work.
Councilman Jensen called attention to the
fact that the sanitary aewera were Insuffi
cient to met the demand made on them
by having the water from downspouts run
Into them and at hla ruggestlon the city
solicitor and city engineer were instructed
to drsft an ordinance prohibiting the drain
ing of downspouts Into the sanitary sewers.
A communication from the West Council
Bluffs Improvement club asking that tha
city council take the necessary steps to
compel the street railway company to
maintain ita general offices in Council
Bluffs and to mahtitaln a regular car
service between the Broadway and Ninth
street and the Illinois Cential bridge over
the Missouri river was referred to the city
All bids r r the city printing and sup
plies of like character were on recom
mendation of the committee on claims and
printing rejected and new bids will be
Mayor Maloney and City Engineer Etnyre
made a-r-port of their recent Junket to
Chicago and otiier ctt1 a to Inspect "tarvla"
paving. Their report was to the effect
that thla kind of paving was Lilly suitable
for parks and boulevards where light
traffic prevailed. The council adjourned to
next Monday night
. -k , ,
Liceraea were issued yesterday to the
Name and Residence.
Sherman bohne. Omaha
Corene Dedrlch, Omaha
George D. Gesman. Omaha!
Myrtle Campbell, Omaha
G. R. Edmonds. Glen wood, Ia
Maggie Lawaon. Tabor, la
D. 8. Hlggina. Council Bluffs
La la Miliar. Council blu.'fs
(From a StafT' Correspondent.)
DES MOINES.i4$$k. .1 (Special.) Des
Moines was today'elected over the deci
sion of the suprerne court of the United
States In Its favor .In the legal contest
against the Pes Moines City Railway com
pany. The city of Des Moines, through
Its citizens, commenced quo warranto pro
cedlngs to have he tracks of the company
ousted from the streets, on the clnlm that
the company's franchise had expired. The
railroad company, because it had stock
holders In other states, commenced an ac
tion In the federal court to have the city
er Joined. The company claims It has a
perpetual franchise. The hearing waa held
before Judge Smith McPherson, who ruld
with the company and enjoined, the city.
' Now the supreme court of the Vnlted
States holds the franchise was not per
petual and the city has wen Us case, con
trary to the ruling of Judge McPherson,
whose Impeachment has recently been de
miinded by Congress an Murphy of Mis
souri In the national legislature. Judge
McPherson also ruled the Blanc-hard anti
compact law, referring to Insurance com
panies, illegal, but he was reversed in that.
The Blanchard law Is one that broke up
con pacts, cregted competition in fire In
suianca rates and cut the rates In Iowa
nearly In half.
Claims Is Common l.afw Spouse.
A man makes claim to recover the entnte
of Electa J. Pond at Primgahr because, h
asserts, he Is the common law husband of
the woman. His name Is J hn B. Boying-
ton. Forty witnesses have been subpoenaed
for the probate trial.
Would Blow I'p Family.
Osborne DfMon, a miner at ' Everett,
while intoxicated went home last night
and after quarreling With hla wife threat
ened to take his family to heaven. He
placed a keg of pewder under the corner
of the house. His wife and child fled t.i
a neighbor's. He cut the fuse too short.
The explosion blew him ir.to the middle
ment for his movement.
Into vther states. .
Then he will gu
MISSING BOY FOUND DYING
Albert Johnson, Who Disappeared
- from Clarion Three Years Ago,
Dead at Iowa Falls. .
IOWA FALLS, la.. May 18.-(8peclal.)-Leavlng
home three years ago, Albert
Johnson let his parents know running of
his whereabouts until the,- found him on
his deathbed in the hospital In this city.
Johnson died here Friday. Some weeks
ago at man giving his name as Joe Hansen
was found In the Hosg coal office on the
east side In a delirious condition. A phy
sician was summoned, who found the man
wag suffering from typhoid fever. He wis
removed to the hospital, but exposure and
lack of proper nuralng in the early stages
of the disease proved too much of a handi
cap and he grew gradually worse. When
he entered the hospital he gave his name
as Joe Hansen, but the nurse, believing
It was an assumed name, urged him to
reveal his real Identity, telling him lie
might die. and In such an event his rela
tives should be notified. He then told,
tne nurse that his real name was Albert
Johnson and that he was the son of a
farmer living near Clarion. The parents
were advised and arrived here a short
time before the son, who had left home
three years ago, passed away.
COMMENCEMENT AT GRI.VNELL
Exercises Will Begin at Chapel Jnne
11 Governor Folk Orator.
GRINNELL. Ia.. May 18.-(Speclal.)-Followlng
Is the senior program for com
mencement exercises at Orlnnell college:
Benlor chapel. 9 a. m. Friday, June 11.
address by President J. H. T. Main; June
13. 10 a. m., baccaalureate sermon at the
Congregational church by President Main;
June H, class day, 10 a. m., class day ex
ercises In Herrick chapel; 8 p. m., class
day exercises on the college campus; 8
p. m.. senior dramatics tn the Colonial
theater; June 15, alumni day, 8 p. m., Phi
Beta Kappa oration by Prof. J. Irylng
Manatt of Brown university in Herrick
chapel; June 18, commencement day, 10
a. m., commencement exercises In Congre
gational church, address by ex-Governor
Folk of Missouri; 12:30 p. m., college din
ner at Rand gymnasium; 4 p. m.. reception
at Carnegie library by President and Mrs.
Main; 8 p. m., promenade concert on col
lege campua by Iowa College Glee club.
from Two Roads
Baltimore & Ohio and the Wabash
Alleged to Have Overcharged
-. . on Coke.
WASHINGTON, May iS. (Special Tele
gramsThe Interstate Commerce commis
sion today received a complaint from the
American Smelting and Refining company
against the Baltimore & Ohio and Wabash
railroads. The American Smelting com
pany own a smelting and refining plant
at Omaha In the conduct of which busi
ness the concern consumes at Omaha a
great quantity of coke. ' The smelting com
pany complains that during April and May,
1907, complainant shipped over defendants'
lines from Eaglevllle, Pa., to Omaha four
carloads of coke, upon which excessive
charges were made, and requests repara
tion for the excess charges.
LAHM . ON BALLOON TRIP
Lieutenant anal Two Companion Ex
pert to Stay I'p In Air
WAHINGTON, May 18.-6ignal balloon
No. 11, with Lieutenants Lahm, llumbergi-r
and Dickenson off the aeronautical division
in the basket, made an ascension al noon
today. The balloon took an easterly direc
tion. Supplies sufficient fur an all-night
trip were taken.
Dr. W. W. Magarell, optometrist, moved
to S06-208 City National bank building.
Alleged Burglar Caught.
FORT DODGE. Ia.. May IS. t8pectal Tel
egram.) George Lyttel of Sioux City was
brought here today charged wtlh complic
ity In the recent robbery of the Badger
Savings bank. Officera have had him
of the road, leaiing his clothes Into shreds, ! Ptled tor Bome time, but waited, hoping
but not Injuring him. The house was badly
demolished. He Is now in Jail.
The cornerstone to the ISo.OnO addition to
Nash hall at Des Moines college was laid
with appropriate services this afternoon.
It had originally been designed to hold the
ceremony at the June graduation time, but
the contractors declsred the delay would
be too great.
f tltreet Here.
Cy Street of Council Bluffs, who Is work
ing In the Interest of a "United Nations."
to establish a world-wide peace, la In Dea
Moines, and states he will spend much time
working throughout Iowa creating sentl-
A Viper In the ktomarh
la dyapepsla complicated ltn liver' and
kidney troubles. Electilc imicrs hlp all
such cases or no pay. fcic For sale by
Btaloo Drug Co.
i I 7 a A
And Other Vermincides
kill M sags snd tlwlr
ccf Instantly. TvostvWa
' Liquid," to imert into
cracks by the spout oa the
on aay eurnica. Lasts a
rear and kiRs erery bug
hat trs vela over it. A aure
PETERMAN8 ROACH FOOD kills roaches,
water buss and beetle of ail kind.
PISTERataJCa SAT-MOC8R FOOD Is so
obnoxkiuM to rats that th.r leavs tha prem
ises forever. Kon-pouonous the rats don't
die. No dead rata u tike walla.
Standard tat ti years. Be aura it's Petenaaa's
WILLIAM PETERMAN INC NEW TORK
the other three would turn us at their
haunt In Sioux City. Lyttel pleads not
guilty, and examination la to be held Fri
Jeweler's Window Robbed.
SIDNEY. Ia., Msy 18.-t8peclal.) 8. I.
Beale's Jewelry store was rifled last night
of goods to the value of 150, consisting
princfbaily of bracelets. The thief reached
In through a hole In the plate glass In the
front window and took all he rould reach
or fish out. It is thought to be the work
of local talent.
l.oo kin a for Younar Forger.
FORT DODGE, Ia.. May ' .- Special
Telegram.) The police are trailing a youth
In his teens who secured 1100 here last
night from one man by frrged checks.
Other amounts were obtained elsewhere
and the lad left with a large amount of
Iowa News Motes.
BOONE Jerome Wheeler had the mls
fortuns to break one -of his arms while
practicing the pple vault with a number
of lads who were training for the coming
summer field meet. Wheeler, who lives
nesr the Borne driving park, was watch
ing -the boys. snd. being a strong fellow,
decided that ha could show them cards and
apsdes in the game So, taking the pole,
well up lo the top. he made a mighty
spring. When he cams to he waa lying on
the ground half dead. He had slipped In
aome manner and had broken one of hla
arma In two places. He was also otherwise
Injured, his elbow being fractured and
numerous llgsments atrained.
If you want to feet wat.. look well and
be well, take Foley s Kidney remedy.
tones up the kidneys and bladder, purifies
the blood and restores health and strength.
Pleasant to lake and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today T For sals
by all druggist
Started Like Ringworm on Hand
Hand Swelled and Then Humor
Spread to Arms, Legs and Face
It was Something Terrible.
CUTICURA CURED HIM
"I harn twM the Cutioura Remediea
for a very bad case of eczema with com
plete succors. About fifteen or eighteen
years ago the disease developed in tha
shape of a large pinhead on top of mv
hand. It burned and itched so much
that I was compelled to show it to a doc
tor. He pronounced it ringworm, and
made very light of it- He gave me a
wash and told me to apply it before go
ing to bed and ail would be over in the
morning. But the next morning my
hind was all swollen up and I poulticed
it. When the doctor came to fails office I
showed him tha hand and to my sur
prise he told me that he had never ex
perienced such a rase in his practice and
said it was well I poulticed it. After
, trying his different remedies the disease
increased and went up my arms and
finally to my thighs and legs generally
and finally on my face. The burning
was something terrible. After I had
tried this doctor, as I thought, long
enough, I went to another doctor who
had the reputation of being the beat in
town. He told me it Vas a bad case of
eczema and that it would take quite a
while to cure it. His medicine checked
tha advance of tha disease but no fur
" I finallr concluded to try the Cuti
cura Remedies. I bought a cake of
Cutieura Soap, a bog of Cuticura Oint
ment and a bottla of Cuticura Resolvent
and found relief in the first trial. I con
tinued until I waa completely free from
the disease and I have not been troubled
with another attack since. I till
the Cuticura Ointment in my family a
' it is one of tha best remedies to heal a
sore or other injury rapidly. I can
freely and truthfully say that tho Cuti
cura Remedies are the beet ao far as my
experience went with them and I am
till reoommending them, feeling sura I
am pot making a mistake. C. tlurk
hart, 231 W. Market 8U, Chambersburf ,
I Pa.. Bept. 19, 1908."
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going today-or to
morrow, but when
you do go take the
The. best way, and
the way of great
' with every con
venience of mod
ern railway travel.
Omaha, Council Bluffs,
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The lient llVcf IVithnut
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Intend to Ship Your
Then you rrquliv'tlie rttnrar
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Our skilled men "ill pack
your good ntt they ought to Ih
packed, transfer them to frclxlit
house and deliver them in !itil
condition lo the railrtuul com
pany. And ve will also ht-.udle
your freight hill, if desired, mid
give you the tfdvujitxtiLe of the
very lowest rates obtainable
. You will find our iidvite of
unusual Value rVgartflni; ti:e(l
ods of purkliiKi routing Kii.l
other lintMitlant nuitlris.
No difference where you ate
hipping, or when, it will he
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the w hole Job done by
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(Successor to Dr. H. L. Ramaciiott! )
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