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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 12. 190?
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Wood ring Undertaking company. Tel. S3.
Lea-la Cutler, funeral director. Thon 17.
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BAIRD, LONUENECKER BOCA IAD,
Undertakers. 'Fhoa m. M. Main street.
Dr. W. W. Magarell, optometrist, mured
to JUS-sue City ftational bank building.
Ralph 8. Trlbbett and Elisabeth M.
Schroder, botn of Omaha, were married
In this city yesterday by Justice Couper.
Word was received yesterday by H. Ss".
Brown, clerk of the district court, that
Oeorge B. Crlsman, committed to the Htate
Hospital for Inebriate at Knoivllle, la.,
on June 14 of this year, had been paroled.
Albert Breeley, who has been working
on a Burlington section itni at Btanton,
la., was found yesterday noon at the
Burlington local depot In a serious con
dition from Illness. He was conveyed to
aJen-y hospital In the city ambulance on
orders of City i'hyslcian Tubbs.
Owing to the Indisposition of E. H. Doo
Uttla, chairman of the executive commit
tee of the Commercial club, the meeting
of the committees In charge of arrange
ments fur the reception and banquet to be
tendered Congressman Smith, to have been
held last evening, was postponed.
The funeral of Isabelle, the Infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williams, will
be heia this afternoon at I o'clock from
the family residence, 2J10 Avenue C. Burial
will be In Walnut Hill cemetery and the
services will be conducted by Rev. John
W. Jones, rector of Bt. Paul' Episcopal
Victor E. Bender, who recently removed
to Illinois, has sent his resignation as a
member of the board of trustees of the
free public library to Mayor Maloney. It
Is understood that the mayor will an
nounce the appointment of a trustee to
fill the vacancy at the meeting of the
city council next Monday night. A well
known bankr la said to be aiated for the
The annual plcnlo of the Council Bluffs
Retail Grocers' and Butchers' association
will be held today In Falrmount park. All
grocery stores and meat markets will be
ilosed all day today. They wer kept
open until a late hour last night for the
accommodation of their customers. There
will be all kinds of amusements at the
carle. Including a long program of sports,
races snd various contests, for which
handsome prises donated by the mer
chants of the city will be given the win
ners. J. P. Wlckham. the Miracle Pressed
Stone company of Minneapolis, Peter Nel
on and the Council Bluffs Concrete com
?ny will each secure a portion of the
ildewalk contracts. Tho city solicitor has
ieen till tee. d by th city council to draw
jp contracts with the lowest bidders In
lecordance with the tabulation of the bids
made by the city engineer and a special
committee of the city council. The con-
raits are to be divided Into sections of
ibont WOOO worth of work each. The bid
f K. A WW-kham & Co. was ordered re
li'ci. ,) as not being In accordance with
Lewis Hammer has submitted a propo-
M.m tn'the city conncll to purchase the
ilil pest house near Mynster Springs. The
lopcny includes a brick house and a llt-le-
over two acres of ground. Although
he place has not been used for several
-.cars as a pest house. It is understood th
ronncllmen sr opposed to selling the
nop'rtv. not knowing when It might be
iirtulrrd for the purpose It was originally
ncqulrrd for. In the event of that neigh
borhood building up the house now used
as a pest house Just north of Oak street
would hv to be abandoned. Th propo
sition was rrferred to the committee on
t.rjlges and city property, with Instructions
o report back'fo the council.
COUNCIL FIXES TAX LEVY
Total for City Porpote ii to Be Sunt
M Lait Tar.
cm in two or the funds
Katrs I,vy fer rark iMri mm 4 re
lire Feaaleaa Br lags Ik Tefal
I tk Old
FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USE
BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT ROSENFELD
LIQUOH CO., CU S. Main. Phones KCJ.
Li' ns- to wed were Issued yesterday to
V:im end Residence. Age.
1'prrilnand Aro. Mlnden. la 14
Shulti. Mlnden, la 1
ILiijih K. Trlbbett, Omaha 13
Klizdbeth M. Schroder, Omaha 23
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Th ffort of th eouncllmen to rdue
th elty ta levy for 10. at th special
meeting held yesterday afternoon, wer
frustrated by the Board of Tarm Commis
sioner, who Insisted on a total levy of SH
mills for park purposes, the same being
1H mill In excess of th levy for park
While th pity council adopted a resolu
tion fixing th tax levy for 190S, Including
th IS mills demanded by th park board,
it la posslbl that th action of yesterday
afternoon may be reconsidered and th levy
for park purposes materially reduced. This
will depend upon th opinion of City So
licitor Kimball a to th powers of the city
council In th matter. Th question at
Issu Is whether th city council Is re
quired to levy the amount demanded by the
park board or whether It can order levied
such an amount as. In It ouinlon, Is
deemed necessary to maintain th park sys
tem for th ensuing year. A total levy of
43 mill was tentatively agreed upon but
will not be certified up to the county audi
tor until th matter of the park tax Is de
cided by th city solicitor. Th tax lvy
of tt mills Is th earn as that of last year.
Th levy for 1909 and that for 1H follows:
General fund 10 10
Gas and atreet lighting 4 4
Bridge 3 3
Improvement 5 4
Library 3 J
Water mnrka alnkln 2 t
Intersection paving and grading ... 3 I
Bond loan 3 t
Funded debt 8 3
Policemen and firemen's pension.... 0 H
Total 43 43
Woald Like to Cat Park Levy.
Last year the levy for th maintenance
of the city parks was 3 mills, but this
year th Board of Park commissioner
taking advantage of the law enacted by the
last legislature, demanded a levy of fti
mills, which Is the limit permitted. In
addition the park board demanded a levy
of 1 mill by a special act passed by the
last legislature at th Instance of the Im
provement club of th western part of
this city, which seek a park along the
river front. In view of the fact that there
la at present a balarce of over 37.000 In
the park fund, the cltv council failed to
see the necessity of a levy of 2H mills for
the maintenance of the parks for th ensu
Ing yesr. Not being sure as to their au
thorlty, however. In th matter, the ooun
cllmcn after soma discussion Included the
levy of 3H mills with a reservation ' that
they might lower It if they found they had
th right to do o. A levy of 3H mill will
produce a revenue of between 310,000 and
311,00. which the member of th city coun
ell. In view of the heavy taxation, con
slder Is excessive and unwarranted.
Tho eouncllmen also were of th opinion
that the levy for th public. library, placed
by the trustee at 3 mills, might -be re
duced this year In view of the fact that
the library fund has today a balance on
hand of J. 700. Communication was had
with President Dean of th library board
and from him It was learned that the board
anticipated some extraordinary expenses
this year, Including the purchase of addi
tional stacks which. It Is expected will cost
upwards of 36.000. This being the situation
th levy of 3 mills for library purposes was
permitted to stand.
Cut In Some levies.
The city council In Its effort to reduce
the tax for this year lopped off 1 mill off
th general Improvement fund, making It
4 mills In place of I as It was last year.
It also, with a view to reduce the burden
on th taxpayers, decided that th city could
?et along without any levy for the judg
ment fund and hereanother mill was eul
off. This reduction of I mills was, how
ever, offset by the extra m mills levy for
(he patk board and a half mill levy under
th new stat law for th pension funds
of th pn'lc and fli department
Th total tax levy In th otty for VM
was ja.K and Indication aja that this year
it win soar up to tl mill on th dollar, If
not mor. The levy for school purpose In
IX. was 34 70 mills, but thl year will be at
least 3s mills. If not morn. Th stat ami
county levy, which wa 13 mills last year.
will probably b the same. In th absence
of the assessment by th tt executive
council of the telephone and telegraph com
panies, th total valuation of the county
for taxation purposes cannot be determined.
The board of supervisor will meet Sep
tember 13 to fix th tax levy for 1W.
J I jrf. ) Came to tho
The WitVs house looked Homelike to the long lerf ed bird
that hovered overheard. Favorably impressed, he softly
deposited on the steps, his wee burden of blessedness.
The Wise's pleasure at the Stork's thout htfulness was tempered
by Mrs. Wise's following illness and her inability to provide
nourishment tor the Blessing.
It looked as tho the precious gift might be taken away.
Wise's doctor saved the day. He said "DIGESTO."
Mrs. Wise became healthy and rosy and the Blessing
became healthy and rosy.
One more credit mark for DIGESTO. It is necessity
I do first-class work reasonable. I make
suits for US, skirts. 35. I also do altering to
suit. Would you give me a trial T Th
Fashion, ladies' tsilorlnf. R. H. Emieln,
proprietor. I-at fitter Orkin Bros. 33 8.
MAM IS FATALLY SHOT
Lou Francis, colored, a Union Pacific
porter, was shot and probably fatally
wounded yesterday morning by George
Pride, also colored, who Is employed as a
porter In a Broadway saloon. Th shoot
Ing took place at Pride's home, 1036 Avenue
B, following a quarrel. Pride claims to
have shot in self-defense a Francis, he
aid. attacked him with a rasor.
Francis was shot through the left breast.
th bullet ranging downward and being
from a 44-callber revolver mad a terrible
wound. Francis was, howevr, able to walk
from the house after the shooting, across
the Northwestern bridg on Eleventh
street, but collapsed when he reached the
Stori cold slorage house on the south
bank of Indian creek. He was conveyed
In an ambulance to the Edmund son
Memorial hospital, a her he was attended
by City I'hyslcian Tubbs and Dr. Donald
Francis, It Is said, had been making im
proper tdvanccs toward Mrs. Pride and
this had led to trouble between him and
the woman's husband. Yesterday morning
Francis Is saM to have followed Pride to
Omaha and had quarrelled with him In
brroer shop there. Francis was put out
of the place by the proprietor of the shop
and advised to return to Council Bluffs,
which he did. When Pride returned home
and asked his wife to get bis lunch ready
as he had to go to work early In th after
noon, Fraacls. so Pride said, renewed th
quarrel and finally jumped toward him
with a razor. Pride drew his revolver and
according to his story knocked Francis
down twice before shooting. Pride was
arrested and lodged In the city jail charged
with shooting with Intent to kill. Francl
was alive at a late hour last night, but
little hop was held of his surviving.
be th most feasible and practical plan of
procedure, that th proposed drainage dis
trict be made a part of th present Pigeon
creek drainage district, which was estab
lished some yesr ago.
TUB COOLF.fT FLACK IN TOWN, THE
Traveler t Have Big Time.
Council Bluffs council No. 14. United
Commercial Traveler of America, will
hold Its annual picnic at Lake Manawa,
flaturday afternoon and evening. A big
tlm will be enjoyed by the members and
their families, as th committee In charge
of arrangement baa prepared a "Some
thing doing every minute" kind of pro
gram for th occasion. There will be race,
guessing and other contests and sports of
all kinds at which prises will be given.
Th Invitations issued by the Commute
say "Bring your lunch basket well filled;
also plate, cup, knife, fork and spoon.
Coffee and Ice will be served' on th
grounds." Although not so stated In th
Invitation, It Is understood that by edict
of th committee In charge any member
of th council attempting to eat hie cream
With a fork or knife will be fined.
The program of races and contests will
Include fat men' raoe. United Commer
cial Travelers' race, ladle' race, boy'
race, sac, race, married women's race, pie
eating contest, bean guessing contest,
men's backward race, men's high jump,
and women age guessing contest. Th
committee In charge of arrangements la
composed of J. W. Pence, C. H. VanDe
Bogart and H. W. Anthony.
before and after the tork'a visit
For Sal by AU Drag gists
THEO. HAMM BREWING
T. Alh, MINN.
a revs OIOXSTO eoTvit ess an ise
iLi.vrTs bast ea.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN HOT
WATER HEATING PLANT AND NEW
INLAID LINOLEUM. INQUIRE AT
LEFFERT8. 400 BROAD WAT.
STRANGERS CASH BAD CHECKS
laaa of tke
Emulating th example set by J. C.
Maybray and his gang of swindlers, two
strangers, although following different
tactics to those pursued by th Maybray
outfit, experienced no difficulty In turning
a trick, last (Saturday night which netted
them 1100 and probably mor. Claiming
to be working on the construction of th
line of the Iowa 4 Omaha Short Lin rail
way between Treynor and Council Bluffs,
the two strangers succeeded In cashing
four checks each at four saloons. The
checks, which the strangers claimed had
bacn given them for their week's wages,
were signed by Fisher a Healy, said to
be the contractors for the construction of
the eleven miles of track between Treynor
and Council Bluffs, and wer all drawn
on the First National bank of Omaha.
Th saloonmen who each cashed a check
apleoe for the two strangers were: W.
Meyers, SIS South Main street; C. Paulson,
117 South Main street; Glen Johnson, CM
West Broadway, and Elmer Nelson. 734
West Broadway. The checks, which are
now in me possession or tn police, art
Identical, with the exception that til
Big Row is On
Tobin Defeated for Grand Chancellor
and Suspended from the
PIOUX CITT, la., Aug. 11. -(Special Tele
gram.) After being suspended from par
ticipation in Pythian affairs for eighteen
months by the grand tribunal of the ordor
for th Iowa domain, M. J. Tobin of Vin
ton was defeated this afternoon at th
grand lodge session for grand chancellor
by Dr. J. N. ' McCoy of Corydon. Tobin
was beaten after a spectacular fight. In
which charges and counter-charge were
made, by eighteen votes, the returns short
ing 333 ballot for McCoy and 314 for Tobin.
The entire ticket nominated by the Salin
ger wing of the order was victorious, but
scars are left which may result in the
final disruption of the organisation in the
state. The vote for grand lodge officers
was as follows:
For Grand Chancellor Dr. Mc Coy, 333;
Mr. Tobin, 314.
For Grand Vice Chancellor J. F. Cols
346; John P. Mass, 801.
For Grand Prelate W. S. Roeby, 33; 8. '
M Allison, 301.
For Grand Mastor-at-Arms Julius Jan
sen, 367; U. C. Logan, ifX
for Grand inner uuard M. I. La Shalle.
324: Tudor Jones, 296.
For Grand Outer Guard A. J. Rises. 33:
W. 8. 8wlck, 268.
John H. Merckens for grand keeper of
records and seals, C. H. Burllngame for
grand master of exchequer, J. F. Stewart
and B. B. Van Stcenberg for grand trus
tees and F. W. Porlerflcld and B. I. Salin
ger for supreme representative wer unopposed.
Th defeat of th Tobin faction 1 as
cribed to a circular Issued early this morn
ing, which purported to be a dlHsentlng
opinion by Judge BenMUlr of Anamosa
and John B. Whit relative to th grand
tribunal's ruling relative to Us Jurisdiction
to act on the Charges preferred by Grand
Chancellor Ward Ferguson against Mr.
Tobin. While White and Miller dissented
against the action of the tribunal, the cir
cular was not signed by them, and early
in the day was branded as ' a forgery.
Friends of Tobin announced that his sus
pension would be appealed to the supreme
tribunal of the order. The session will be
continued tomorrow, when thenext place
of meeting will be selected. Des Moines
and Dubuque are the only candidates, and
the capital city I practically assured of an
'VERY pound of OLD
U GOLDEN COFFEE
is chosen from "Old
Crop Stocks," sufficiently
aged to develop the rich
mellow, flavor snd fragrant
Our experts test doiens of samples each sample is roasted and
"drawn" to test the comparative cup qualities and only the best of
the lot are chosen. These are then blended, roasted and again
Tostod by Tasto
to Insure absolute uniformity in quality, body, flavor and aroma.
It Is such care in selection, blending,
roasting, and packing In air-tight packages
that makes possible the rare bouquet, the
exquisite flavor, the mellow richness of
OLD GOLDEN COFFEE, And every
pound is exactly like every other pound.
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124m and Farnarn
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Cora Beef per pound
.eg Orlng Lamo per pouaa .... eo
urlola Bleak per pound lie
Direct action gas stove sar gas. Be
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Matters la Dlstrtet Coart.
William Salisbury Instituted suit In th
district court yesterday against Martin
Mortenaen, proprietor of a saloon at KM
Sixteenth avenue, to recover 33.000 demage
for being bitten by a bulldog, said to have
belonged to th defendant. Salisbury states
in bis petition that the bulldog seised and
bit a chunk out of his leg on July lot Ha
ask 31.500 actual damages for the Injury
and II, W exemplary damages for Mor
tenaen keeping a vicious bulldog.
lit filing suit for divorce yesterday Mrs.
Nina Keating makes statutory charges
charge agatnat her husband. CJordon Keat
ing, to whom she was married June S in
Fontanell, la., and from whom ah Sep
rated August I of this year. In addition to
a decree of dlvoro Mrs. Keating asks to
be awarded th custody of their minor
child and 331 a month for th car of th
Aoaraw at rstron. wno recently pur
chased a saloon In Keola, hav brought
suit against P. J. Whit to reoover 30
and secure th cancellation of nine prom
utory notes. Last September, it la claimed
th plaintiff bought a saloon and stock
of liquor from Whit for II.T24, paying 3000
In cash and giving tan promlaory notes for
th balano. Shortly after buying the place
th plaintiff turned th saloon back to
Whit who, It I said, resold it. Andrew
Peterson claim that Whit ha been trying
to collect on th promlaory cotes and re
cently brought suit on on of th notes in
the court of Justice Coopr.
MAN FOUND HANGING TO TREE
Wound on Head Coavlaee Friend
H Was Mardered aad Tkea
CORNING, la., Aug. 11. Special.) The
body of E. M. Orowse, a Bohemian laborer
on th Burlington road, waa found hang
ing to a tree near her. Th condition of
th body Indicated that death had ensued
several day previous to th finding, and.
while th Indications point to. suicide,
wound on th head hav convinced some
of th man's friends that ha waa murdered
for hi money and that th bodjr wss hung
for a blind. Orowse bad no relative In
The home is the safeguard of the nation.
To own your own home is not only a matter of patriotism, but
a duty you owe your family.
The fact that you have not enough money to buy a home is no
excuse. In today's real estate columns you will find a great many
home propositions that can be bought on very easy terms. A
small payment down, your rent money will take care of the
Thursday is home day.
pany began bankruptcy proceedings against
the concern. Attachments hav. been se
cured by eastern manufacturers against
some of the new machinery recently In
stalled. A receiver for the firm will be
Fatally Hart While Driving.
CRESTON, la., Aug. 1L (fipeclal.r-
Thrown from a buggy while going at a
high rat of speed and alighting on her
head, Mrs. Byron Creswll, wir ot a prom
inent Lenox farmer, was probably fatally
Injured, reports received In the city today
stating that she Is still unconscious. Mr.
Creawell was driving home, going at a
rather fast rate, when she dropped on of
the lines and th horse swerved to one
ride, throwing her out. No bones were
broken but the physlclana attending her
are certain that the brain is injured and
should she recover she will probably lose
her reason aa a result.
Critically III on Street.
DAVENPORT, la., August 1L (Special
Telegram.) Rev. C. A. Moore, a prominent
Mason and chautauquan. was found
wandering In Rock Island. 111., streets
last night, suffering from apoplexy. He
is In a critical condition.
Mrs. Hall New Matron.
BOONE. Ia., Aug. ll-(Speolal Tele
gram.) Miss Llbble Hall of West Union
has been elected matron ot the Eastern
Htar Masonlo home, succedlng Mrs. Nannie
Harris Coanty Pioneers.
LOGAN, la., Aug. 1L (Special.) Th
twenty-fifth annual meeting of the Old
Battler ot Harrison county, to occur at
Magnolia, Thursday, August 3& will be fur
nished Instrumental music by th Magnolia
band and vocal muslo by th Magnolia and
Logan singers. Th recitation by Ruth
Dempey will be followed by th address by
Shirley Olllllland ot Glenwood. after whioh
short addresses by old settlers of the
county will be mad.
Blue badgea will be provided for those
In attendance who came to Harrison county
in th 'SO, red badgea for thoa who cam
to th county In th 'SO and whit for
those who earn in th "70s,
N. T. Plumbing C Tel. 360. Night. F-ITQt.
Real Estate Transfers.
Thee transfers war reported to Th Be
August U by th Pottawattaml County Ab
stract company of Council Bluff:
T. W. McJDamott and wife to Andrew
J. Wllllama, part lota 3 and 10, block
S3, Neola, w. d Ls00
A. W. litroet and wtf to August and
Mary Mublawg, lot St. block II
Vrry add. to Council Bluffs, w. d.... Itt
L. V. rosier and wife t al. to the
trustee of Ark lodge, lots IT and 13.
block t, Oakland, w. d 3,00
Afn P. Folsom, widow, and Ward P.
Polsom. single, to John H. Mickey.
lot 3, esc. 3s-7-i, q. . d 1
retltlen far Drwlnagr Ditch.
A petition signed by twenty-three Inter
ested property owners asking for the con
struction of a dralnag ditch along Pigeon
eraek from th northern boundary of Potta
wattamie county southwest, a dlstano of
about nine mil to a point about a mil
aortn of th town of Crescent was tiled
yesterday with County Auditor lone. A
bond In th sum of 31. tot for prsllminary
expenses waa also tiled by th petitioner
The petition will be preentd t the Board
of Huperviaors at its meeting tomorrow.
The pet. Honors ask, provided It would
Prostrated by Heat.
BOONE. Ia., August ll.-(8pectal Tele
gram.) Karl C. Keatberg, city engineer of
Boone, while supervising some repairs at
the water works yesterday . was prostrated
by th heat and fell unoonscloua to th
floor of th building. He Is Improving to
day. For a time his condition was thought
serious. H cam to Boon from Des
lows New Nates.
vit.l.ISf A .September 33 has been
lected as the date for the Villlsca Old Bet
tiers' picnic. This event Is an annual affair
and is the means of attracting a large num
ber ot old settlers to th city.
SHENANDOAH The Shenandoah fair
orjened Tuesday with a big attendance for
a four days' meeting. Quod races fiil th
afternoon program and a number of ball
xames will be played. A big baby show is
to be a feature of the meeting.
CRESTON The preliminary urvey for
th Creston at Winterset Interurban was
finished Tuesday and Engineer Schrelner
who was In charge of th gang, left with
the Diets for Des Moines, where th estl
mates and figures will be made. Work It
to be commenced thl fall If possible.
CRESTON E. R. Chapman, the Wiscon
sin Young Men's Christian Association
worker who waa recently engaged as
secretary for this elty, arrived Tuesday
with his family and will take charge of
the project in this city. Plans are being
made and work is being pushed by those
In charge to secure a suitable building.
CRESTON At a meeting of the city
council nearly half a mile more of paving
was proposed for the city along Its resi
dence streeta There haa been a great deal
ot paving proposed this summer and before
winter It is probable that a large number
of the streets through the residence sec
tion will have cement thoroughfarea.
AFTON Frank Brock man lost an old
livery horse Isst week that had a record
that was indeed unique. "Old Bill" was
thirty-one years old at the time of his de
mise, and for twenty-five years had trav
eled on an average of tweaty-five miles
a day. His owner. In figuring It over, has
reached the conclusion that the horse has
traveled in actual miles something like
seven time around the earth.
CRKRTON-Th venlng of th fifth f
July It reined' in this elty and managed to
spoil an elaborate display of fireworks
provided by the members of the country
club. They announced that the dtoptav
would be made later snd the club rround
thrown open to the cltv. The evening of
the ?4th of Aurust haa been decided on
ss this Is one of the evenings of the three
davs' race meet and ball tournament to be
held here tinder the auspices of the Olivine-
rltih. No doubt a large crowd will be
held over In the city.
New Service to
20th Century Limited
Effective August 15th, the world-famous
20th Century Limited 18 hours Chicago to
New York will carry a through electric
lighted sleeping car from Chicago to Bos
Lake .Shore New York Central
Lv CHTCAGO (Daily) 3.30 pm
Ar ALBANY - - .27 am
Lv ALBANY - .- 6.35 am
At PITTSFIELD - 8.3 am
Ar SPRINGFIELD 9.30 am
Ar WORCESTER 10.50 am
Ar BOSTON - - 11.50 am
Lv BOSTON (nlly) 1.00 pm
Lv WORCESTER 2.00 pm
Lv SPRINGFIELD 3.19 pm
Lv PITTSFIELD - 4.56 pm
Ar ALBANY - - 6.15 pm
Lv ALBANY 6.34 pm
Ar CHICAGO - - 8.30 am
For folders and information regarding tickets,
reservations, etc., address
WARREN J. LYNCH, Passeng- Traffic Manager, ChJcag
Getaaell rirsa Bsskrsst.
GRIN NELL, la., Aug. 1L tSpeclal.V-.
Following the filing of a mortgage for
tt.00 in favor of Ottumwa parties, credi
tor ot th Orlnnell Pad and Blanket com-
Death from Blnn Peleoa
was prevented bv O. W. Cloyd. Plunk. Mo.,
who healed his dsngerous wound with
Bucklen's Arnica Balve. 8. g0 by
Beaton Drug Co.
Is the joy of the household, fcf
. without it no happiness can be
'complete. Angels smile at
and commend the thoughts
and aspirations of the mother
bending over the cradle.
The ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass Is such that
sne looks rorward with dread to the hour when she shall led the thrill
of motherhood. Every woman should know that the danger and pain
of child-birth can be avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, which
renders pliable an the parts,
ay its aid th
women have pi
erlfl'lft anfAttf IM
book f laferantlw ta wustea sM fr
TBS BaADTlKU) KODIATO ra
in its work, v iff V
ausands of iVHM II II 11 IWLvY.
issed this iX ZZss
To New York and Boston
ON SALE DALLY UNTIL SEPT. 30th,
MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
A delightful 30-day vacation tour with diverse routes
east of Chicago, interspersed with lake, river and ocean
trips, relieving the monotony of an all rail journey. Liberal
stop-overs throughout the east. Let us plan your trip and
arrange all the details. For rates, routes, etc, call at
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1524 Farnam St., or Writ.
F. A. Nash, Gen. Western Agent. Omaha, Neb.
Richard L. Metcalfe's New Book
A companion piece to "Of Such
Is the Klnfidom."
Ask your boek dealer.
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