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THE BEE: 03IAITA. MONDAY, SSOTnMKKR 1CO0L
i Council Bluffs
To Council Blnff Office of th
C-rrta Be 1 at IS Boott litre.
Both liboBM 43.
. avi, drufT.
-ORRIOAN8, undertaker. "Phone 148.
r'or rent, modern house, 723 (th avenue.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. S3S.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 7.
FAUST BEER AT RCKlERd' BUFFET.
i!alrd c Boland. undertakers. 'Phone 122.
HAND IRONER3 WANTED. BLUFF
When you want reliable want ad adver
tising use The Hee.
Twenty per cent off on Cameras. Alex
andtr'a Art store, 33.1 Broadway.
Fsmous Bteel King farm wagons,
Sperling ac TrtpletL U7 Broadway.
ur. W. W. Magarell, optometrist, moved
lu 2tm City National bank building.
Up-to-date Art Department and 1'lctur
Frumli a. Borwlck. 211 Souib Mai- street.
Fid.--iily council of the Royal Arcanum
will hold an important meeting this even
ihi Perry pictures. In both 1-cent and
large sizes. Alexanders Art Store, 3)
Mrs. Paul Zimmerman has returned from
a visit wltii Mrs. Winifred Bailey la
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meonay of Daven
port were the gruesta Sunday of Rev. and
Mrs. O. W. Snyder.
IX E. Mario w and Patrolman F. A.
. Rklpton went to Elk City, Neb., yesterday
In Marlow's automobile.
Mornlngside chapter of Bt. Paul's guild
; will meet thle afternoon at the home of
; Mrs. Ueorge Roberts, on Voorhia street.
The funeral of the late Michael Drlscoll
will be held at o'clock tlila morning at
; Bt. Patrick's Catholic church at Neuia.
Mrs. Charles Van de Bogart and Mrs.
J. C. Christiansen have gone to Des Moines
: to visit friends and attend the state fair.
Star chapter No. 47, Royal Arch Masons,
will meet Tuesday evening to confer the
,' mark master degree on a class of can
Council Bluffs tent No. 32, Knights of
the Maccabees, will hold Us next regular
- rnvlow and Initiation Wednesday evening.
The review will commence at V o'clock,
Charles C., the Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Wolfe, 119 Iowa avenue, died
. yesterday after ten days' iliness. The
body will be taken to Table Rock, Neb.,
Bt. John's English Lutheran church will
rehearse Wednesday evening. The Young
People s society will meet Thursday even
Ing at the home of Hollls Paulson, 820
Sixth avenue. The Ladles' Aid society en
i tertalnment which was postponed from last
I Thursday, will be held Friday evening at
"Richard Dallev, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. Crocker, 2402 Third avenue, died at 0:30
j o dock yesterday morning ox stomach
1 trouble. He Is survived by bis parents, a
brother and his grandparents. The funeral
will be held at 2:20 o'clock this afternoon
from the resldenoe. Burial will take place
at Walnut Hill cemetery.
Mr. Elizabeth Cronack, aged 89 years,
died yesterday at her home at Crescent,
la. Bh is survived by a daughter, Mrs,
Alfred R. McCune of Crescent, and two
sons, Robert Cronack of Gillette, Wyo.,
and Joseph Cronack of Crescent. Mrs.
Cronack waa a native of 8lby. England,
and had been a resident of Pottawattamie
county for forty-one years. The funeral
will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
at the Latter Day Balnts church at Cren
cent Interment will take place at the
The Men's club of the F!rot Congress,
t'.onal church will take lunch at the Dutch
room at the Grand hotel at noon today.
Midweek service v.ennesday evening at
o'cluck. at tho parsonau. Choir rehearsal
Thurrdav evening at the rhun-h. Ladles'
Aid ro lety kenslngton t the home of
Mis. J. P. Davis Tuesday afternoon. Com
mtttre: Mrs. L. E. Moore. Mrs. H. W.
Tllton. Mrs. R, IT. : Bloomer. Mrs. F. T
True, Mrs. J. P. Davis. Business meeting
of thu Flower roisrlon at the home of Mrs.
J. 11. ritrock. 911 ffxth avenue, Saturday
Uftirnoort at S!?0 fVelock. - -
American plan dinner week
Ki't.ilA, "53. Six until 8 p.
N. V. Plumblnc Co. Tel. 280. Night. L-1702.
Pirns for Er Kirs' Clah Tlinse.
It I expected, flnr.l .r.ct'.on, which will be
taken on the proposition to build a theater
In cornact!rn with tho new Easles' club
liou:ie. v.-J'.l com1! before the local aerie
at l' rvctlng Friday evening;
The plr.-.a L'-r.il rectifications for the
ut'ihl'.ng. . v.'.'h nnd without the theater,
will bo r-alv to ho submitted to tho mem
bers at that time.
The pn ror' !on to erect a pood theater
bulldln.r Is belnfj strongly advocated by
many of the morr.bers, as thero Is lively
rrotrlse of many Independent attractions
which will lo'iie this way if suitable in-dv.ocT-icutH
tan be offered in. the way of
a playliucuti and other accommodations.
Adrian, (r, MI Buffered untold
misery from a fPtnale weakness and
disease, ami I could not stand more
I t!iftT. a minute at a
time. My doctor
said an operation
was the only
chance I had, ana
1 dreaded it almost
as much as death.
One day I waa
reading how othei
women had been
cured by Lydla E.
and decided to try
u-t.irrt I li.-iii taken one bottle I
waatvt.tMr. ami now 1 am completely
cured."--LEXA V. UaSKT. Route No.
8, Adrian, ti.
Why will women take chances with
an operation or drag" out a sickly,
half-hearted existence, missing three
fourths of the joy of lMnir. when they
can find health in Lydia R. Fiiikham's
For thirty years it has been the
standard remedy for female ills, and
has cured thousands of women who
have been troubled with such aiU
meuts a displacements, inflammation,
ulceratlou, Ubroid tumors, irregulari
ties, periodic pallia, backache, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
If you havo the slightest doubt
that Lydia 12. IMiikuam'a Yrge-
fublfl t onuxnina win nein you.
write to Mrs. I'iakham at Lynn,
PIasSm lor wiTifK.i sour truer
will absolutely confidential.
and tliA dtiTi' irt't.
Lef Serfs Lenses
Creaml CesJert laws Wm el Obhs
We W j0erml , e.
a ust u
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TUMI FOR INDIAN CREEK
Kicluel Kcrris of New York Will
Dn.w Flan for Bore.
F0EHEB COUlSCrL BLUFTS B0T
Oatllae ef PrHeel ImproTrmril
Will Be Ready fee Cewelaeratloa
of Cornell la Three
Michael Morris, a former Council Bluff
boy, who Is now superintendent of the
Degnon Construction company. New Tork,
will draw plans for a tunnel through the
hill north of the city through which to
divert Indian creek, according to Mayor
The mayor returned last week from a
conference with Mr. Morris, In which he
made arrangements to have the latter draw
up his plans and submit blue prints.
Mr. Morris Is familiar with the situation
here and has recommended to the mayor
a six-foot tunnel. Mayor Maloney had In
view a twenty-foot tunnel as the proper
size to carry off the water ordinarily
handled by Indian creek during heavy
rains. Mr. Morris showed him a ten-
foot tunnel under the Hudson river and
declared that the fall from the point where
It Is proposed to divert the creek, to Big
lake. Is sufficient to render a six-foot
tunnel entirely adequate to carry the water.
Mayor Maloney expect to have his plan
ready to be submitted with a proposition to
the city council in about three weeks. Mr.
Morris promised to set to work on the
outline at once. The work will be done
without charge as a compliment to Mayor
"I am going to keep after the propo
sition," said the mayor yesterday, "and
push It until something I accomplished.
The Indian creek problem Is becoming
more serious every year and the property
loss has amounted to figure that are ap
Fresh new wall paper for the fall trade.
The weather Is nicely settled, no dust, no
dirt. Just the time to get a nlos wall paper
Job. Have your rooms papered now and
they will look nice and cheerful during
the long winter months to come. We
pride ourselves on doing the best wall
paper work In southern Iowa at reasonable
price. That la the way we have built
up our business, figure with us, you can't
mis It.. H. Berwick, 211 South Main, street.
Hunters Most Carry License.
With the close of last week, County Aud
itor R. V. Innes had sold 256 hunters'
HcetiFes, thirty-four of which were sold
Two licenses have been issued to non
residents at $6 each. They were A. C.
Hand and J. P. Schwarts, both of Omaha.
W. A. Groneweg, deputy game warden, is
keeping a list of those hunters who have
secured credentials, and In his rambles
through the hunting districts of this vicin
ity will be armed wjth his note book to
ascertain the exaot standing of those
hunters who protest that they have left
their licenses at home. The licenses are
printed on paper baoked with cloth'. to
stand the wear and tear of hunting excur
sion, with the purpose In view of requir
ing each hunter to carry hi license with
Mr. Groneweg ha posted the entire
oountry hereabout with notices warning
the hunter of tbe danger, of being prose
cuted If caught without a license.
Yoar Eyes Trouble Yoa
and yet you put off from day to day the
wearing of glasses. Don't you realize you
are making a sad mistake? It's up to you
of course to decide' what you may do;
but let me suggest your coming to me
without delay. I can fit your eyes after
others have failed. W. W. Magarrell,
Optometrist, 206-208 City National bank
building. Council Bluffs, la.
Business House Close Today.
Although there will be no public celebra
tion. Labor day will be generally observed
in the city, In a holiday, with accom
panying picnics and other recreation.
The courthouse, city hall and bank will
be closed all day and many of the busi
ness houses as well. The majority of th
buflneas men have agreed to close their
plaois of business at noon. The grocery
stores will close at 1 o'clock this after
noon. The big event of the day wUl be the
carpsn'er' and Joiner' picnic at Walnut
glove, on North Twenty-eighth street.
The street railway company will maintain
regular lervlce on the North Twenty
eighth street line, and every effort Ka
been made to make the picnickers comfortable-
-in the grove.
Girl who expect to work at our factory
this winter please come at once, as the
place may be filled In another week. John
Q. Woodward St Co.
Indoor Fair la West End.
Owing to the near approach of the Ak-
Bar-Ben carnival and the National Horti
cultural congress, the west ender have
decided not to give a big outdoor fair
and carnival this year, but will give an
Indoor fair at the club house of the West
Council Bluffs Improvement club Septem
ber Zt to 26.
Th club members found that the time
was too short to prepare tor a show of
the magnitude first conceived and It Is
their desire to withhold th outdoor fair
Until It can be made a big one.
The proceeds of the Indoor fair will be
devoted to finishing th Interior of the
club house and Improving the grounds
about the building.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN HOT
WATER HEATING PLANT AND NEW
INLAID LINOLEUM. INQUIRE AT
LEFFKRT S. 0J BROADWAT.
Doyle-Bara Case Rehearing,
Arrangements have been made for the
reheating of the famous Doyle-Burns min
ing case at Glenwood on October 1, sub
ject to the approval of Judge A. B. Thor
n 11. This will be during the regular term
of Judge O. D. Wheeler, but by previous
arrangement. Judge Thornell will try the
case, as he ha already heard It and Is
familiar with th fact. This la th suit
of James Doyle against James F. Burns
for rr&O.OOO, claimed a hi share In the
Portland gold mine.
FOR HKD1CAL AND FAMILY USE
BUY TOUR UQUOR3 AT ROSENFELD
LIQUOR CO., 519 8. Main. 'Phone 3S2J.
Schools Opts Tomorrow.
Anticipating an enrollment which will
sl ow a substantial Increase over that of
last year, Superintendent J. H. Beverldge
will open th city school tomorrow with
a bright outlook for an exceptionally good
year In, all classes.
Mr. Bevarldg 1 exceptionally ' well
pleased with the strong faculty secured
for th hW'h sohooL Th course of study
will show Ilttl change and there will be
prcBlloally no Chang In th text booka
Mr. Ueveridge expects to add to the
a'u :) In th third and fourth grades,
isylng parttci-Isr strera upon reading as a
m-ana of thought expression, and an ef-
luit will be Hied to get those grades
better grounded In arithmetic as a foun
dation for advanced work hi matbematies.
Ceaaell Blnff Aerie Will
Cartas; for Visitor.
The Council Bluff aerie of Eagles I
making plana to assist the Omaha aerie
in tbe entertainment of the thousands of
Eagles who are expected to be In Omaha
on September 13. during trie national con
vention of the order.
Local hotels and boarding houses have
received many requests for reservations
and the available quarters are being rap
idly filled. The entertainment committee
of the local aerie is advertising for rooms
In which to lodge visitors who are unable
to secure quarters In Omaha. Local mem
bers of the order have signified their in
tentlon to decorate their places of business
during the convention, and many other
business men have assured the members
that they will do likewise.
The Council Bluffs Eagles will extend
Invitation to all the vlrltlng delegate to
visit the local clubhouse and partake of
the good cheer offered on this side of
Mayor Talk of Convention.
The commission form of city government
was not at all popular with the delegate
In attendance at th convention of the
League of American Municipalities at
Montreal, according to Mayor Maloney.
The mayor contradicts the newspaper
reports to the effect that the proposition
met with general favor. He says the
convention refused to endorse the plan
or make any recommendation with refer
ence to It.
"Those who advocated the commission
plan," said the mayor, "got such a cross
fire of questions and comments that they
could not stand up under It.
Y. M. C. A. Athletic Proa-ram.
A large number of member of the Young
Men' Christian association met at th
new building yesterday to meet F. E.
Plerson, the new physical director.
Mr. Plerson addressed the gathering, out
lining his plans for the winter. He 1
planning to give a minstrel show some
time during the winter in which all the
members of the association who are pos
sessed of talent In that direction will be
expected td participate.
Mr. Plerson made announcement pf his
week of games to signalise the formal
opening of the gymnasium next week.
THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN, THE
Cost of Proseeatlon.
The annual report of Harry M. Brown,
clerk of district court, on the cost of the
prosecution of crime during the year end
ing June 1, 1903, shows a total of 215.007.36.
This total does not Include the expenses
of the Avoca office. There were eighteen
convictions for felonies and thirty-two for
misdemeanors during the year. The sen
tences imposed for felonies aggregated 168
years, and for misdemeanors, 26 months.
The total amount of fine Imposed and
collected was $410.
See Sperling & Trlplett, 327 Broadway for
Bids for Two Bridges.
City Engineer Etnyre has had a number
of callcd-for plans and specifications for
the two concrete bridge to be erected by
the city over Indian creek, at Benton
street and at Eighth street. The bids on
the work must be on file In the city
clerk's office before 6 o'olock today. It
Is expected that there will be at least
half a dozen bids on the work. They will
be opened by the council Tuesday evening,
Many people delude themselves by say
lng "It will wear away," when they notice
symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble.
This Is a mistake. Take Foley' Kidney
Remedy and you top the drain on the vi
tality. It cures backache, rheumatism, kid
ney and bladder trouble, and makes every
trace of pain, weakness and urinary trouble
disappear. Sold by all druggists.
Yonng Man Ends Life.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D Sept. 5. Special.)
Summoned to a point some miles away
by the announcement of the disappearance
of his son under circumstances which In
dicated that he had committed suicide,
Charles Stoutenberg, sr., a prominent res
ident of Altamont, Deuel county, while
himself and others were taking a rest on
the Journey and permitting the engine of
the automobile In which they were traveling
to cool off, walked under a clump of trees
and discovered the body of his son hanging
from one of the trees. Charles Stouten
berg, Jr., had been employed In the vicin
ity where his body was found. No reason
Is known why the young man should have
ended his life. He was a member of on
of the oldest families In Deuel county.
by croup, coughs or colds are Instantly ro-
lleved and quickly cured by Dr. King's
New Discovery. 60o and $1.00. Sold by
Beaton Drug Co.
Quick Action for Tour Money You get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
Veesey Talks to Pioneer.
riERRE, S. D., Sept. 5. (Special.) The
old settlers of Sully county met In annual
session at Okobojo yesterday, and while
the threatening weather reduced the at
tendance, by the middle of the afternoon
there was a crowd of several hundred on
the grounds. Governor Vessey delivered the
principal address of the day, and beside
the musical and speaking program, sports
of various kinds were presented for the
amusement of the people, followed by a
ddnce 'In the evening. The crowd was gen
erally from over Sully county, with a
number from Hughes and Stanley.
FROM THE BENCH
JL Judge Command For Pood.
A Judge of a Colorado Court said:
''Nearly one year ago I began the use of
Grape-Nuts a a food. Constant confine
ment Indoors and the monotonous grind
of office duties had so weakened and Im
paired my mental powers that I felt the
Imperative need of something which
neither doctor nor food specialist seemed
able to supply.
'A week' use of Grape-Nut twice
each day convinced me that some un
usual and marvelous virtue waa con
tained therein. My mental vigor returned
with astonishing rapidity; brain wear!
nHH (from w hich I had constantly mat.
fered) quickly disappeared, clearness of
thought and Intellectual health and activ
ity which I had never previously known
were to ma the plain result of a few
month use of this food.
"Unhesitatingly I commend drape-Nut
a the moat remarkable food preparation
which science has ever produced so far
a my knowledge and experience extends."
Th judge U right. Orap Nut food
ia a certain and remarkable brain builder
and can be relied upon. "There's a
Ever read the abov letter! A new
oa appear from tim to time. They
tie (a nine, tras, and full ox h
CITY CLERKS MARE BY-LAWS
Iow Organization to Affiliate with
DRY ADVOCATES DO NOT AGREE
Split In Rank Over Way to
Brian- Afeeat Prohibition Troops
Reach lag De Moines
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Sept. &. (Special.) At the
meeting of the League of Iowa Municipal
ities In Fort Dodge, September 21 to 13, the
city clerks of Iowa will form a separate
organisation that wUl be affiliated with the
league. At the last meeting of the league
resolution was passed authorising the
clerks to form such organisation and a
committee consisting of Clerk Derby of
Marshalltown, Clerk Thompson of Water
loo and Clerk Beal of Fort Dodge waa ap
pointed to draft a constitution and bylaws
and plan the organisation. Derby of Mar
shalltown and the other two members of
the committee met recently In Waterloo and
drafted a constitution and bylaw and
planned for th organisation. Th clerks
will meet annually at th same time and
place as tbe league.
Split Over ProMbltlou.
A split over the prohibition fight 1
likely in the ranks of th allied temper
ance organisations of Iowa. Th official
organ of th Anti-Saloon league in the last
issu takes a stand for the repeal of the
mulot tax law as the shortest course for
prohibition, and says that bills will be In
troduced In both houses ot the legislature
at the next session repealing this law and
reinstating tatutory prohibition. This ac
tion on the part of the league Is contrary
to the agreed plan of the allied temperance
force to work for nothing but constitu
tional prohibition. '
Th league now take th ground that
constitutional prohibition cannot be se
cured In less than six years and that with
the repeal of the mulct law the Cosson
law will force officials to enforce the
statutory law and the people will be forced
to take constitutional prohibition. In Its
bulletin the league says:
The second avenue of approach, or attack,
will be to Introduce In both branches of
the Thirty-fourth general assembly a bill
requesting the repeal of the mulct law.
Thia Tui.i he taken under consideration by
a committee In each branch, will be voted
upon by only two legislative branches,
n&mntv the house and the senate, and In
but one general aeseinb'y, which will con
van .TanuRrv., 1U11.
If successful In this avenue of attack we
can within two years from the present time
secure statutory prohibition and this will
mean the abolishment of the saloon from
Iowa. , . .
Th l enforcement measures introduced
In the senate bv Senator Cosson, which
nnauul knlh hmiMAH and now ST6 iaWS UDOI1
our statute books (defining the duties of
rnuniv attorney, sheriffs, mayors and
other peace officers, also providing for the
removal of any prosecuting ana peace ui-
flcer for willful or habitual neglect, or re
fn.l to nerform the duties of his office),
If found to be adequate will enforce the law
in thu nnt tun vears. then the governor,
attorney general, county attorneys and
peace officers will be thoroughly prepared
to enforce the statutory prohibitory law.
This may not glva to the people Just all
they are seeking in a short time, but it
will be an advanced step, toward obtaining
finally constitutional prohibition and this
at as early a date through the first avenue
of approach. i
Constitutional prohibition at the earliest
carnot be secured through the general as
sembly in less than six yeara and the peo
ple of the state will demand the abolish
ment of the saloon from within its borders
before that time.
May Retain Klrachner.
If Dr. Klrschner, superintendent of the
tuberculosis hospital at Oakdale agrees to
obey the orders of the State Board of Con
trol It may decide not to Insist on his res
ignation, as ha been requested. The board
claims that Dr. Klrschner has bought sup
plies that were not authorised by the board
or that were rejected by the board in Its
estimate. The board also claims that he
has not always handled patients applying
for admission as adroitly as he should have
done. The board had several reasons for
asking for his resignation, but arrange
ments are being made to adjust these and
retain the superintendent if he agrees to
mend his way.
Reception to President.
The committee to receive President Taft
on his arrival in Des Moines, September
20, for the army maneuvers, will be headed
by Governor B. F. Carroll. Other member
of the committee will be Senators DolUver
and Cummins, Congressman Hull and a
large list of business men of Des Moines.
All the members of the Iowa delegation In
Washington, member of all the state
boards and all th state officials, and a
small army of editors of the state have
been named as the vice presidents of the
Drinking; Caps Abolished.
The Northwestern hastaken the lead of
the railroads to obey tbe request of the
State Board of Health to abolish public
drinking cups on all trains in Iowa. At
torney J. C. Davis, for the company, In
formed Secretary Thomas yesterday that
his road would put the paper sanitary cups
on sale and abolish the public drinking
Big Tournament Next.
A detachment of engineers from Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., consisting of Sergeant
S. Silverman and ten privates, has arrived
at Fort Des Moines and Tuesday next will
begin tbe work of laying out Camp John
M. Corse on the state fair grounds, where
the 6,200 federal troops will bo encamped
during the maneuvers here September 20
The mounted signal corps from Fort
Omaha, consisting of eighty-two men, un
der Captain W. 11. Oury, and the balloons
and equipment from both Kurt Omaha and
Fort Myer, have reached Fort Des MoInsa.
Sunday a detachment of lo0 light artillery
from Sparta, Wis., will reach the post. Be
ginning next week it Is expected that
troops will arrive almost daily at Fort Des
Moines, and active preparations for the
big maneuvers will be pushed. The troops
will be drilled dally at Fort Des Moines
from this on in preparation for the man
euvers. New Methodist Cherch.
MARSHALLTOWN. Ia.. Sept. 5. (Spe
cial.) A solid week of meetings, muslcales,
lectures and similar gatherings, which
opened tonight, marked the ceremonies in-
I cldental to the dedication of the First
Methodist church of this city, upon which
112.000 in improvements. Including a mag
nificent new pipe organ, has been spent
during the present summer. Among the
prominent speakers will be Rev. E. Comble
Smith, D. D.. of Kansas City; Rev. H. O.
Pratt, D. D., of Tama, and District Super
intendent W. F. Plther of this city. The
pipe organ recital, dedicating that Instru
ment, will be given by W. II. Donley of
atonement to First Governor.
CLINTON. Ia. S-pt. 5. (Special.) On
September 23. In th little town of Andrew,
Jackson county, will be unveiled the Iowa
monument to the memory of Anael Brlggs,
the first governor of the state. More than
100 of Iowa's prominent and distinguished
men will assemble in the little cemetery of
the village to participate In and listen to
the program Incidental to the unveiling.
in Iowa is Dead
Sin. Anna Dickens, Who Came to
State in 1833, Dies as Result
DES MOINES. Ia.. Sept. B.-Mrs. Pick
ens, the first white settler In Iowa, died
today at her home In North McGregor,
la., at the age of 88. A fractured hip In
a fall Induced her death. Mrs. Dickens
was Anna Regman, and she came to Iowa
with her father and mother June 10. 1833.
They were the first white pioneer of th
territory which later became Iowa. She
was married to Edwin Dickens when she
was 15, May 27, 1837.
Old Official Re-eleeted.
RHODE8, la., Sept. 6. (Special.) The
lxty-fourth annual session of the Metho
dist Protestant church of Iowa, which is
meeting here, re-elected Rev. C. J. Nutt of
Des Moines, president, and Rev. J. W.
Murphy of Murphy, secretary. Mr. Mur
phy wa chosen secretary for the twenty
ninth consecutive year. Rev. T. F. Marvin
wa elected steward of the conference.
Death from Prostration.
CLARION, la., Sept. 6 (Special.)-Charles
Olson, a farmer near here, who was over
come by heat and prostrated while work
ing In the field three weeks ago, died at
his home last night from the effects of
Iowa New Note.
CRESTON W. J. Mayer, traveling aud
ltor for the Burlington, with headquarters
at Ottumwa. has tendered his resignation,
to take effect September 13. He will be
sucreeded on this division by C. E. Cles of
CRESTON The recent record-breaking
trip of the transatlantic liner Lusltania
which made the trip across In four days,
was strikingly brought on here on receipt
Saturday of a card from a prominent Cres
ton merchant dated in London on August
28, thus making the trip from London to
Creston In a few hours less than a week,
CRESTON Guy Frymlre, an employe of
the Creston Mutual Telephone company In
this city, was assaulted on one of the
business streets late Saturday evening by
a gang of thugs and badly bruised and
cut about the1 face and head, a gash over
three Inches in length being opened over
the left eyebrow, Just mlxsing the eyeball; a
cut on the left cheekbone and a slash
that laid open the upper lip from the nose
to the mouth. Charles Gash has been ar
rested and the police are looking for Ora
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6.-Forecast of the
weather for Monday and Tuesday:
For Nebraska Showers Monday and pbs-
l!bly Tuesday; warmer In west portion
For Iowa Partly cloudy Monday and
Tuesday; warmer Monday.
For Kansas Showers Monday and prob
For Missouri Partly cloudy Monday and
Tuesday, with probable shower; warmer
For Wyoming Shower and warmer Mon
day; Tuesday partly cloudy and possibly
showers in south portion.
For Montana Partly cloudy Monday and
Tuesday, with showers Monday In west
For South Dakota Partly cloudy Monday
and Tuesday; possibly warmer and showers
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
OFFTCE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Sept. S.-Offlclal record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding period of the last three
years: 19i. 190K. 1D07. 1S0.
Minimum temperature.... 70 S3 76 88
Minimum temperature 48 67 M 69
Mean temperature 69. 80 64 il
precipitation ou .00 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
rrnm the normal at Omaha since March 1
and compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature 6!
Deficiency for the day 10
Total deficiency since March 1 US
Normal precipitation 10 Inch
Deficiency for the day 10 inch
Total rainfall since March 1... .20. 68 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.65 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 1908 69 Incn
Deficiency for cor. period, 1907.... t. 70 Inches
T Indies '.l-s trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
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VERY LOW OHErWAr HATES
TO CALSFfMM hlB THE MTE1WEST
These one-way colonist rates will be available this year from September 15th to October,
RATES: Only $25.00 from Omaha and eastern Nebraska to San Francisco, Loa Angeles,
and other California points, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane,
Montana. Stopovers en route.
TO CALIFORNIA: "We run daily through tourist sleepers, personally conducted Tuesdays
and Fridays, to Los Angeles, via Denver, Scenic Colorado and the Salt Lake Route; daily through
tourist sleepers, personally conducted Thursday and Sundays, to San Francisco and Los Angeles,
via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City and the Southern Pacific; through tourist sleeper ex
press for Denver and California leaves Omajia at 4:10 p. m.
TO THE NORTHWEST: Complete electric lighted through Seattle Express, with through
chair cars, tourist and standard sleepers and dining cars, over the NORTHERN PACIFIC, leaves
Omaha daily at 4:10 p. m.
The new Seattle and Northwest train over the GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY, carrying
chair cars, tourist and standard sleepers and dining cars, leaves Omaha daily at 11:50 p. m.
The heavy patronage of tho Burlington's through tourist sleepers and personally conducted
excursions to the Coast during these periods of Colonist rates attest the convenience and comfort
of this through service.
Don't Say Merely,
Our Ginger Root Comet
We make the extract in our own
We use the best table iugar. For
very ounce that we might une of
saccharine we must employ twenty
five pounds of sugar.
But sugar is 87 per cent nutriment.
It produces more energy than wheat.
Saccharine ha no value at all
except to makers on account of Its
cheapness. You may get a "saccha
rine ginger ale" unless you specify
Think What Children Gain
Think what a good ginger ale
means to children.
Here's a drink that gets its food
value not only from sugar but from
delicious fruit juices.
We buy the fruits when they are
best and make the extracts from them
We even make our own carbonic
acid gas and we make it from
bl-carbonate of soda. It gives to
Hydrox its sparkle. The gas sepa
rates all food globules so the digest
ive juices instantly act on each par
ticle. It also stimulates natural
bowel action just as natural exer
The ginger in Hydrox is also an
aid to digestion.
TV CeaissMTi Co., Prtxlscert, Ckictfs, 10.
Where to Get Hydrox Ginger Ale
Order From Any
W. C. Albach.
Hotel Home, Summer
Beaton Drug Co., Haines Drug Co.
Country Club, A. L. Huff,
P. II. Ehler. H. 8. King.
Field Club, O. Kronstedt,
Foster tt Arnoldl, H. Lelsjre,
Wm. C. Hnyden. J. H. Merchant.
Henshaw Hxiel. Rice Bros.
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Berths, folders, tickets and general information at
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Don't think that all ginger ales
are alike. There's a vast differ
ence among them.
There are scores of brands not
half so good as Hydrox.
When you want the best, order
sparkling Hydrox don't Bimply
say, "Ginger Ale."
You may get one made from
cheap extracts of ginger or one
even made with red pepper
It adds Just enough warmth to tha
stomach so the drink can be taken
ice cold without Injury. No one need
ever have indigestion if be will drink
Hydrox Ginger Ale.
Serve With Meals in
Drink Hydrox in place of Ice tea.
It's a better drink and it ia better for
It Is easy to serve. No preparation.
The family will be delighted. Let
the little ones have all they want.
The more they drink of Hydrox tha
We Carry Purity to
Our water is double distilled and
aerated. It is an excellent solvent.
Each bottle is twice rigidly Inspect
ed before and after filling.
Hydrox is the best and most per
fectly pure of any ginger ale sold.
Get your first bottle try it today.
Then order a case and serve; with
You will never again be without
Hydrox, once you know its goodness,
convenience and saving. Next time
you want ginger ale order Hydrox
not merely "ginger ale."
Common brands cost the same as
Hydrox. You may as well have the
best and enjoy It.
Sold only in quart and pint bottles.
ol These Dealers
Bros., Dundee Grocery Co., 1
Walnut Hill Grocery Co.. The W. R. Butt Co.
Wllke-Mltchell Co. F. G. Etter,
Pardun a Slpple, Wm. O. Brommer A Co
Johnson Drug Co., Bckermann Pharmacy,
Wm. Gentleman & Sons, Fred L. Mary,
Schaefer & Bona, P. Btrausbaugh,
The Crlssey Pharmacy. TIappy Hollow Club.
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