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THE BKK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY,' AUGUST is. 1000. .itUJIA.JAXLlilX!.X". . 1 J. jifa-n HP EXiBaClKj Council Bluffs 1 Council Bluffs The New Fall and SPEAKERS FOR THE BANQUET Acceptance! Coming in from Invita tion Sent Out. Iowa n n n n Mil GETTING LINE ON PR1MAM New York Committee Hears What Iowa Editors Have to Say. SOME AMENDMENTS SUGGESTED 11 Minor Mention Tba Council Blnffa Office of tba Omaha Baa la at 15 Boott Street. Both 'Pbonea 43. t I Our REMOVAL SALE PRICES on RELIABLE WATCHES has enabled more people in this vi cinity to buy fine Timepieces than any other watch sale ever given. Look at These Prices Ladles' O-slxa Watoh, fin ElsIn mon- mailt, fold band and fancy dial; beau- a mm gy tlftuly engraved gold fUled caaee; guar- If kil antaad tba boat watch mada for tUa a.aUVi monay . males' O-else Watch, handsomely an- mt mm ft f raved fold fUlad caaa, floe IB-jeweled I k II II Bwlsa movement) an exceptionally food I UlUU timaplaca tadlaa' beantlfal little )ewel-alze Watoh, n gm f band engraved fold caaa, with flna roby J 1 I ill jeweled movement; heavy ropa necklace (.VlaUU obaln Gentlemen'e 18-slze 18-Jeweled Ball Com-, mm mm n n merolal Standard Movement, In SO-yaar, II II II hand engraved, fold filled, duat proof I 11 II caaa a watoh aafe and raUabla Oantlaman'a 18-alia, opan faoa, flna Jaw- f f alad Elfin movamant, fancy dial and 111 II II fold bands. In SO-yaar fold filled caaai IU.UU f aarantaed w Oantlaman'a 19-elie, flna 15-1ewoled H11- aola nickel moramant, beautiful dial. In a mm mm brlfbt flnlahed golJ filled caaa, for mon. I I U ogram; a suitable watoh for tba profea- I J alonal man Oantlaman'a ia-elie, 17-jeweled. Elfin or t 'lf Welthain movement, In heavy dust proof III Mil sllTaiina caaai a watoh for heavy work. I UaUU Lenerfs Council Bluffs .l:tKY 1IKAHINO I POSTPONED Charge of MutliDihtrr la Made A.alaat Him. The preliminary haarlng of P. C. Kea sey, the engineer' nf a switch engine held by the coroner's jury responsible for the death of Robert W. Jones, who was crushed between two cars while making it coupling In tha local yards of the ltock Island Hallway company Inst Friday night, , was continued yesterday In the i'ii. i t 'of Justice Cooper until September t. The continuance wra at the request of County Attorney Hess, who stated thut he desired to present the matter directly to the grand Jury. An Information charg ing Engineer keasey with manslaughter was filed by the cotlnty attorney. Keasey was on hand 'with his attorney. State Henator C. O. Saunders, when the c'hsh was railed yesterday morning by Justice Cooper, and offered no objection to the contlnuani-e. Keasey Is at liberty nn a bond In the sum of 11.0U0, with Attor ney Saunders as surety, Keasey'g home Is in Valley Junction, la. Mrs. Lulu L. VanCamp filed sutt for dl oiee from Stephen W. VanCamn, to whom im was married In this city on Novem t 21, 1KS9 and from whom she separated '.- .ember 11, 1900 on account, as she al leges, of his cruel and Inhuman treatment of her. In addition to the decree of divorce Mrs. VanCamp asks for the custody of their four minor children. Mis. Belle Broslus seeks a divorce from Lcfiert. Lenses! era Ceattari bm Waaran af CliejU ' 'I a T- mm? - P It 1 , A Sara a ICST Utm iJJ mm Iwfl I b.i rrTExrrs BLI iv aaa eootewas fceaaa tram m-nornx San. eauwQa. ewirre, as A. A. CLARK & CO. If? M MftMCV flM HORSES, CATTLE AND LU lil Ul it I Uli HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AO AH MATTEL SECOUTT AT ONE-HALF THE USUAL RATES. do Twenty Veara of R?nm uavs and Broadway, ovek ameiucan express ft Nn oonnertlrm with tha firm ovui ravnui ill. -rmillllllllllllBIII II I ITTTrWIIBIIIIIIIMMlpaaiiia auei siiur Our product and reputation are the best advertisement we can offer A. I Root, taaw 1S10-12IS TRUE ECONOMY ' Xa tha knowledge ef where and how la Baying lor toe aoasehola. Bar yoa a aivao below ereak for themaeleea. uli Spring Chicken per lb SOo k reeh Dressed Hens per lb ISo Pot Roast per lb so New Potatoea per bushel R. E. WELCH 24th and Farnam. Phone: UeU. houl-x 1511; IndeMntlent, A-2A11. Council Bluffs, la. Q3B8BESBK9BBSI Council Bluffs M. C, Broslus to whixn she was married In this city on July 20, 1S92. She charges cruel and Inhuman treatment and allege that on July 3, of this year, her husband struck and beat her. Mrs. Sophia Goodwin has commenced action for divorce from Leltoy Goodwin, to whom she was married December 21, la03. In addition to the decree of divorce. Mrs. Goodwin asks the court to award her the custody of their two minor children and to Issue an Injunction restraining' the defendant from Interfering with her oaje und control of the children. George Deeds has Instituted suit against A. A. Clark & Co., for the cancellation of a promissory note and mortgage, which he claims to have paid off and asks for Judg ment for 125, 1100 for alleged excess pay ments and 25 penalty for alleged failure to satisfy the mortgage of record. FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USE BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT ROSEN FELD LIQUOR CO., 519 8. Main. I'hones 3323. Sues Railroad for Damages. A. J. Van Allhtiue filed suit in the district court yosterduy against the Rock Islund Railway company to recover damages placed at J25.000 for alleged Injury to his left eye. In his petition Van Allstlne states that on September 17 of last year he purchased a ticket at Avoca for Coun cil Bluffs and that he "entered a car com monly called a caboose, and that said car was attached to what Is commonly called a freight train." On arriving at Council Bluffs the train, so Van Allstlne states, did not stop at the local passenger depot, but was run Into the yards. As he was about to alight from the caboose, other cars were bumped Into the train and the force of the collision threw Van Allstlne off the platform of the caboose to the ground. As a result of the fall the eye sight of his left eye. Van Allstlne alleges. Is permanently injured. jaLiuiiiaMiiLaunTyia SncceaefuJ Boalneaa. tHamaalva Tub I'l.rk Mon 1 Ha Ular Mortgage Co. J AO. P. TlNLKi, Mgr. Howare) St- Oases i mir mi iaatoajvan to eowblae tuality aod reasonable prloe always rat tha bast of quality, aaa tha Sirloin Steak, par lb ia l'orterhouae Steak per lb lie No. 1 llama per lb. No. 1 Bacon per lb. .. . .;ve .f 1.43 OOc No. 1 Flour baa; ' H I COMPLIMOTS FOR MR. SMITH General Meeting of Committee to Ho Held Friday to Complete Arranaemen te for the Function. Mayor Maloney, chairman of the com mittee on speakers for the reception and banquet to be tendered Congressman Smith, l receiving replies to the invita tions which he recently sent out to mem bers of the Iowa delegation In congress and state officers. In his reply accepting the Invitation, Congressman J. P. Conner of Ienison writes: I note that on the afternoon and evening of August 27. the Commercial club of Council Rluffs will give a nonpartisan re ception and welcome to Judge Smith, and that it Is the denlre nf the cluli that 1 : attend and make one of the addresses on i that occasion. I assure you that I appre I elate very much the Invitation and will ' be on hand if possible. I am In hearty sympathy ith the movement, as 1 have always been a great admirer of Judge timith. Hon. Kila M. Weaver of lies Moines, 'chief justlcof the Iowa supreme court. In his reply pays this tribute to Congress- I man Smith: I In at comparatively short career. In eon- press. Congressman Smith has Impressed himself upon the attention of the nation i as a representative of a high order of I ahlllty, and a legislator of exceptional ca ipaclty; and should he remain in public life other and higher honors no doubt await htm. State Auditor John L. Bleakley in ac cepting the Invitation writes as follows: ! It would afford me great pleasure to be ! present and assist In the reception to our Iowa congressman who was not afraid to i stand for true republicanism during fhe recent session of congress; but I must not enter Into a discussion of the merits of the case. Inasmuch as your Invitation as ' sures me this is to be a "nonpartisan" demonstration. E. II. Doollttle, chairman of the execu tive committee of the Commercial club. said yesterday that he expected to Issue a call for a general meeting of all the committees for Friday. Your Health Would seem to demand that you read what Ambrose L. Ranney, A. M., M. D., late pro fessor of anatomy, New York hospital, says: I "EYE STRAIN MAY, AND OFTEN DOES, I CAUSE CHRONIC AND INTRACTABLE DISTURBANCES OF THE STOMACH. I CHRONIC INTESTINAL AND GASTRIC I DISTURBANCES MAY BE AND OFTEN j ARE COMPANIONS IN GRAVER Dlb I TURBANCES OF THE NERVOUS 6S ! TEM DUE TO EYE STRAIN." My method of examlng the eyes and fit ting lenses Instantly relieves eye strain. "Let rne give you relief." DR. W. W. MAOARRELL, Optometrist. 106-208 City National Bank Bldg. AOTIIKn OF MAVBItA V VICTIMS Tnkea a Look at the Plaice Where lie Was Fleeced. James Webber of Shamokln, Pa., visited Council Bluffs during July, 1907. His visit at that time was a costly one, as the J. C Mavbray gang of "big store" swindlers succeeded In separating him from $3,000. Webber was "Miked" by means of a fake prize fight between a white man and a negro. The fight took place on July b In a then empty building at the southwest corner of Broadway and Sixteenth street. After the fight, when one of the prin cipal was supposed to have been fatally Injured and the usual stampede took place, Webber was hustled to Avenue A, one block north from the scene of the fight, where he was put aboard a car for Omaiia with strict Injunction to get away from tho lurisdlctlon of the Iowa authorities. Web ber did as he was told and got. Mr. Webber arrived In Council Bluffs for another visit yesterday enroute to the Yukon-Alaska exposition at Seattle. Ha de elded to stop over and visit the scene of his former experience so as to refresh his memory as to location, etc., of the prlxe fight which cost him so dearly. Mr. Web ber is one of the many "Mikes" who have brought suit In an effort to recover their money, and In company with his local at torney visited the building at Sixteenth and Broadway where the alleged prize fight was pulled off for his special edification and fleecing. Mr. Webber had no difficulty In locating the building, but found It now occupied as a residence. At his request the occupants permitted hftn fo take a look at the in terior. When here in l:07 Mr. Webber stopped at the Goodrich hotel on Broad way and yesterday he decided to register at the same hostelry. He expects to leava to day for Seattle, but will return to Council Bluffs when his case against Maybray and the others Is brought up tof trial In tha district court. Mr. Webber said he bore no hard feellnss against the "friend" who "steered" him up against the Muybray crowd, as he is still convinced that this friend was as much of a dupe as he was. I do first-class work reasonable. I make suits for $15, skirts. $5. I also do altering to suit. Would you give me a trial? The ! VuKhion ladies' tailoring. R. 11. Emleln. proprietor. Late fitter Orkln Bios. S3 S. Main St. Ileal r.slile Tranafera. These tianbfers were reported to Tha Bca August 17 by the Pottawattamie County Abstract company of Council Bluffs: Julia Keellne and husband et al. to W. A. Maiuer. lot S, block 13, Riddles' subd. In Council Bluffs, la, q. c. d . S 1 Frank H."kidle to Mary E. Richard son, part se' neV. 17-75-43, w. d 3..XK) Mary McMenomy to Thomas Kelley, lot 8. block Jii. Heers subd. in coun cil Bluffs, la., w. U Woman's Christian association to Dom- 400 Inick Sulluzzu. lots ii and 7, block 7, in rear range men l of blocks 5. and 7, Ciatt ford s add. to Council Uiurfs, la., w. d 175 Total S3.07K FOR SALE AT A HA RQ A IN HOT WATER HEATINO PLANT AND NEW INLAID LIXOLEL'M. INQUIRE AT i LKKFEHTS. 40S BROADWAY. Fralt Kihlblt front Mezlro. At a meeting of the directors of the Na tional Horticultural congress last evening f lip, rlntendent Reed announcrd that through the kindly efforts of General Pag setitier Agent Lomax nf the I'nlon Pacific lalltoad an exhibit of seml-tropleitl fruiu and vegetables from the wast const of Old M.xioo had been secured for the fruit ex position. The meeting last evening was for the purpose of deldlng-the distribution of the many liundsom trophies djiut'd for the approaching exposition, but this was not finally ttled. N. Y. Pluir.blii v u 'iii. w. N ght, F-170: Marriage l.lreaaea. Licenses to ed were issued yesterday to the following: Name and Residence Age Clarence E. Moian. Omaha 22 Marie 11 Sprren. Omaha 2: A. W. Vough. Clarks. Neb is Rattle Erdelt. Ellendale. N. D i-i Robert Wilktne, Cook Nrh . 3S Carua WbiUiaiu. CVuk. Nab 11 Davis, drugs. CORRIGAN3, undertakers. 'Phone W. For rent, modern house, 723 th avenue. Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 33S. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 17. FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET. HAND IRONERS WANTED. BLUFF CITY LAUNDRY. When you want reliable want ad adver tising, use The Bee. Deerlng binders and mowers. Sperling Triplett, 32i Broadway. FALL TERM Western Iowa college opens August 30. Send for catalog. BAIRD, LONGENEOKER A. BO LAND, Undertakers. Phone 122, N. Main street. Dr. W. W. Magarell, optometrist, moved to 20U-2UB City National bank building. Former Sheriff Ed Canning left last evening for Alberta. Can., with a party of sixty-five landseekers. A. W. Vough of Clarks. Neb., and Hattle Erdelt of Ellendale, N. D., were married in this city yesterday by Justice Cooper. Dr. V. L. Treynor. county coroner, will leave today for a trip to Colorado and will probably, continue the trip to the Pacific coast before returning. Sister Mary Herbert and Sister Mary Klona of Chicago arrived yesterday on a visit to the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rogers of Willow avenue. Sister Mary Leocrepla and Sister Mary Ambroslne of Elgin, 111., are visiting Sister Mary Leocrepla's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ryan, and her sister, Mrs. J. P. Terry. The meeting of the Board of Education called for last night was postponed until next Monday evening on account of the ab sence from the city of Superintendent Bev erldge. The West Side Christian church will hold its annual picnic Thursday at Lake Man awa. The start will be made from the church building at Broadway and Thirty fifth street at 11 a. m. Dr. Charlotte McCuskey of First avenue left last evening for Minneapolis to attend the national convention of osteopaths. Dr. McCuskey will visit relatives in Minnesota before returning. She expects to be away about ten days. The contract for the new book stacks for the public library was awarded yesterday by the committee of which President Dean of the Board of Trustees was chairman to the Art Metal company of Jamestown, N. ., on us Did oi 4,44&. Mrs. Kelrsteln Marie Chrlstlanson. ared 91 years, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. Nelson, 831 tast Broadway. Two daughters and three sons survive her. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at o'clook and Inter ment will be In Walnut Hill cemeterv. Rev. G. W. Snyder, pastor of St. John's English Lutheran church, will conduct tho services. At a conference held last evenlna- In the office of City Solicitor Kimball between a number of proprieters of dry cleaning es tablishments and a committee from the olty council consisting of Councilman Younker- man. Morgan and Jensen, the ordinance re cently introduced by Mr. Younkerman pro- viuing ror strict regulations tor dry clean ing establishments was discussed. Another conference will be necessary before an or dinance agreeable to all will be agreed upon. Mrs. Catherine Skinner. aert 82 vears died yesterday afternoon at Mercy hospital irom me inrirmities attendant on old age. Five sons and three daughters survive her. The body was toJcen to the undertaking es tablishment of Baird, Longenecker & Bol and and this morning will be removed to the residence of her son, C. W. Skinner. 15 North Twenty-first street, where services will be held this afternoon at 3:30. Thurs day morning the body will be taken to Clarinda, la., for burial. THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. THE DIAMOND THEATER PRIDE HELD ON Ml HDER C1IARGK Testimony Practically . JSauue aa at Coroner's Inqoeat. George Pride, the negro who shot and killed Louis Francis, also colored, on Wednesday "of last week, was yesterday bound over to the district grand Jury by Judge Snyder after a preliminary hearing In police court. Pride's bond was placed at 14,000 In default of which he was com mitted to the county Jail. Nine witnesses were Introduced by the state, but the defense did not offer any testimony. Tho witnesses for the state were City Physician Tubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Skalth, John Turner, C. Ehrlg. County Surveyor J. H. Mayne, Detective Callaghan, Deputy Sheriff Sherman Hum phrey and Police Sergeant J. M. O'Nell. The testimony was substantially the same as was introduced at the coroner's Inquest. Attorney C. M. Harl, counsel for Pride, objected to City Physician Tubbs testifying as to the ante mortem state ment of Francis, made after he had been taken to the hospital, but Judge Snyder decided that It be admitted. John Turner, a bartender In the Davis saloon at the corner of Broadway and r-ieventn street, who did not testify at the Inquest, was a new witness at the pre Ilmlnary hearing yesterday. He testified that Pride on the morning of the shoot ing left his revolver at the saloon, saying he was going to Omaha. Pride returned iu me saioon later ann me- witness re turned the revolver to him. Francis was In the saloon at the time and Francis left the place Just after Pride did. Blow from Flat May Be Fatal. CRESTON, la.. Aug. 17. (Special. -An gered because the report was circulated at the Bedford Chautauqua Saturday, where Carrie Nation lectured, that she had struck a cigar from his mouth, William McCoun attacked James S. Hanshaw, a prominent citizen and alderman of Bed ford, whom McCoun believed had helped circulate the report about him, and dealt him a terrific blow on the side of the head, felling him to the cement walk with such force that the Injury Hanshaw suf fered Is likely to prove fatal. He has been unconscious for forty-eight hours. Mc Coun has been arrested and placed under 11,000 bonds, which his father furnished. Hanshaw Is about 50 years of age, while McCoun is about 46. Attempt to Dlxhnr Attorney, DENISON. la.. Aug. 17-iSpeclal.)-Pro-ceedintj-s begin here Wednesday morning looking to the disbarment from practice of P. W. Harding, who has been a promi nent attorney In this county for many years. Judge Wright of the Fort Dodi district will preside. The prosecution Is In the hands by appolntnviit of court of ! Jacob Sims and P. E. C. Lally of the Dennlson bar. and the defense Is In the hands of ex-Judge Ellwood of Sac City and Ren Sellinger of Carroll. There are ten distinct charges against Mr. Harding. The witnesses will largely be former clients, from whom It Is charged he has demanded exceslve feea or purposely misinformed them as to the action ml the court In their rases. Antolata Dlareaard Warnlnaj. CEDAR FALLS. Ia., Aug. 17-tSpiclal Telegram ) Dr. and Mrs. K. M Eullerlun were victims of an automobile accident last evening. West of the city they met u threshing outfit that motioned for them to stop, but he went ahead and ran aeross an open ditch. The car overturned ami wrecked. Mrs. Fullerton was seriously 1 urt and tha doctor not quite so badly. Ilaaajeroaa Nursery In the abdominal region Is prevented by the use of Dr King's New Life Pills, the painless purifiers. 2c. Sold by Reatun Dru Co. Indlratlona There May He Some Frle tlon Over the Arranajemeata for Talt Reception to lie Held In Dea Melnn. (From a Staff Correspondent ) DE3 MOINES, la., Aug. 17.-l8peciRl Tel egram.) All the members of the New York legislative committee to Investigate pri mary laws met In the lieutenant governor's room at the" etata house today except Sen ator McCarren and Assemblyman Julian Scott. During the morning session Editor Lufe Young of the Capitol told the com mittee Iowa's law generally was good and he wouldn't go back to the old caucus sys tem, but that there should be strict regis tration to prevent democrats voting at re publican primaries. He said the system was a big improvement In the cities, but had wrought no change whatever In tha rural districts. Editor Harvey Ingham of the Register and Leader told them the law was till right, but that some of the minor state officers should be eliminated from the primary and nominated by the convention. Ha said the law made polit ical leadership appealing to the intelli gence of the people mora possible and machine manipulation less possible. This afternoon the committee listened to Sec retary of State Hayward, Railroad Com missioner Eaton and called upon Governor Carroll and Senator Cummna. Friction on Taft Arrangements. Friction Is likely In the arrangement for entertaining President Taft in this city unless soma one backs up. A self appointed committee of cittzeiiH has gone ahead with urrangements. Mack Olsen, president of the League of Republican clubs, lias In structions from John Hays Hammond, president of the National Federation of Republican clubs, to make the arrange ments, as the president's trip Is being ar ranged by the league. President Olsen has asked the local committee for suggestions us to tho preparations. They have already announced their arrangements as being completed. Historic Iluildlna- Goes. IOWA CITY, la., Aug. 17.-(Speclal.) Workmen are now engaged In tearing down the building In this city in whloh the first territorial legislature of Iowa met In the early winter of 1841. The build ing Is being removed In order that a sa loon may be built on the ground It now occupies. To spare the feelings of tha sentimental, however, It should be said that the build ing does not now stand where It did when Iowa's first solons gathered In It to do their legislating. That ground Is now covered by a building used bb a music and Jewelry store. The old legislative hall formerly occupied a site on East Wash ington street, but many years ago was re moved to Dubuque street, where It has long stood. It was built in 1840 by Walter Butler for the purposes of housing the legislators. It was two stories In height, long and narrow like a lodge hall. In those days It was one of the very pre tentious buildings In Iowa City and Its construction, as revealed by the workmen who are now tearing it down, was of oak throughout. Iowa Notes. CRESTON Business men of Creston are to be asked to close three afternoons next week during the race meet and ball tour nament to be held under the auspices of the Creston City Driving club. CRESTON Charles M. Ashby, son of former Surveyor Matt Ashby of this city, and Miss Iona Worlhington, also of this I j I w "" ' mmMmU,T-irr''ilUVmmmiM -- - --- --- -----"--'-' ! -i i r i ' "The Glorious Harvest Days Are Here" Throughout the barley growing belt of the great northwest the fanner is now gathering the golden grain. The cream of the northern crop is always selected by our expert grain buyers, shipped to St. Louis and forms the basis of our world famous The King of All Bottled Beers The product of the best barley and hops grown in the world. Budweiser has brought the glow of health to many and has helped to make our country a nation of strong men and women. N The Most Popular Beer in the World Bottled Only at tha Anheuser-Busch Brewery St. Louis, U. S. A. CORKED OR WITH CROWN Winter Clothes for Men and Boys Are now awaiting your irupgction. An J, in spite of the magnitude f former displays, w have simply outdone ourselves this year. We have tafen great care to secure nene but the very choicest ereations from the foremost makers in America. There's neither man nor boy in Omaha who can fail to be pleased with the splendid array of fabrics and patterns thet are included in this collection. Consequently we feel justified in as serting that this is a Clothes Exhibit of rare in terest to every careful dresser, be he young or old. As ever, we are prepared to meet the limitation of every purse and to suit ever 4 taste. WE INVITE YO U TO INSPECT THESE GARMENTS AT ONCE. "Tha House of High Merit." city, stole a march on their friends here Monday and were quietly married in Osceola. CRESTON Roy Armstrong, who or the last nine years has held a responsible po sition In the Creston National bank, has accepted the position as cashier In the Iowa Siate bank of Osceola, and takes up his new duties at once. LOGAN According to a telegram re ceived at Logan this morning It Is thought that the body of the late Charles s. Brown, killed In the railroad wreck In Colorado Saturday, will reach Logan this evening. The funeral will be held In the Methodist church of Logan tomorrow at W a. m. Interment In Logan cemetery. CRESTON Reports from Charlton and Osceola are to the effect that a severe electrical storm passed over those places Sunday night and considerable damage Is reported as the result of hall In the vicin ity of Chariton. A heavy shower would be heartily welcomed here, as pastures are drying up and corn will soon begin to suf fer from the severe heat that has pre vailed here steadily for almost three weeks. LOGAN The following Instructors have been employed In the Normal Institute, which bean here yesterday with a re- forted enrollment of li!5: H. H. Hahn. ihilr. Neb., arithmetic, grammar, history and reading; J. G. Rusmlscl, St. Joseph, Mo., geography, penmanship and drawing; F. E. Bolton. Iowa City, child study and psychology: E. R. Jackson, Council Bluffs, didactic and orthogruphy : May Long, Ma son City, physical culture; Blanche Goudy, Marion, primary methods and music. Nobody la Too Old to learn that the sure way to cure coush or cold Is with Dr. King's New Discovery. 50c and 11.00. Sold by Beaton Drug Co. MOORS ISOLATE SPANIARDS Latter Are Peace Smta to Re Union Bombardment Con tinues. for MADRID, Aug. 17. Advices received here from Penon De La Oomera, on the coast of Morocco, set forth that the Moors again have cut telegraph wires and Isolated the Spanish garrison there. The bombarding at Penon 'De La Oomera x Constant and there have been many casualties among CAPS Baa NH neaameaaatBQfcitvaiMtat mmHmmmmmmkjr is liiirwflTi In if sat the Moors. The Kahyles are ninblllr.lt K near Alhueemiis. pr-.-paralory to marcliiu ; on Melllla. , . , f PARIS. Aug. 17. Tbe correspondent i. . Melilla of I. a l.lliiiiu today says he uniln stands Spain ha oe 11. d peace tie KOtlutU'tn with the Mhois. It Is reported that (S'li eral Marina, nut wishing to assume inc. responsibility of the projected Spanish ml vance, has asked to be recalled on account of 111 health. CECTA, Morocco, Aug. 17. Spanish gun boats yesterday captured a Moorish bail with contraband, off I'olnte lies Pi-clu-nrs Moors on Hie bench fired on tho Spatll:-, vessels, but there were no casnnltics. STRICKEN CASHIER WRITES "SHORT" ON PIECE OF PAPErt Bank Official Mart I ti vel In n I lim and Find Churtnuc fif Ten Thousand Dollars. LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Aim. 17. "Slim t." This vus the word R. E. Steienson, cashier of the Rose City bunk, who was stricken with paralysis Inst Tuesday, scribbled o i a piece of paper. The paper was plcKoil up by Stevenson's wife and by her IihiiiI. I to the bank officials, who siurled an . i vestljiution. Today It was announced Stevenson f shortage will amount to $10.10.'. St. -v. us i has not yet i -ei;ain d speuch. Household Itcineillen which have stood the lent of t..n. il i a place In the medicine chest or . . family. Mothers are today admhM.-l r ,i ; to their children the remedies the r f.n o mothers used. For thirty years Lydla E. I'l:i:h.i ..'.i Vegetable Compound, nunle from rnn;s .m l herbs, has been curli g the women of t..i.i country from the worst forms of fe.n i e Ills, and merit alone could have stood such a test of time and won such an cuviul.l.i record. AnheuserBuch Co. of Nebraska Distributors TIxm DeoaUa Mt-Aatoasatie 'Pbeae A-13M OMAHA. NEfiR.