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0 MORE DEPOSITORIES
Fretemt Ones Tboogut to E Enough
to Car for SUta Cuh.
BAEf HITS STATE FAIR HARD
W.w Of frees Sapressa Cawr.
4 Their lltfcn
FYotn a Ptsff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Sept. . (Special.) Notwlth
standing the large amount of money on
hand Um Brst of the month. State Treas
urer Brian does not desire any more rtat.
depositories and this morning tamed down
tha application of ona bank that had writ
ten ta tha fomor regarding tha matter,
Mr. Brian mid It la antsroal for hlra to
have ao much money at ona time, dua ta
tha last Instance to tha fact that tha n
rotary of atata collected aa nnprecedented
amount of fees and that within a ahort
tlma depositories will ba reduced W
tha amount they ara - entitled to carry
Should he bavs ar.y mora depositories he
said he may ha abta to permit tha money
to remain la tha bank only for a ahort
time, not Ions enough la fact, to enable
the bankers ta make enouch profits to
pay for their bond. Though tha baaken
accept atata money knowing that It la 11a
ble to be withdrawn any time, aald the
treasurer, when a call la made for it. there
la In caere a Inae to the banker aDd con
sequently an Idea on hie part that he haa
been done. 80 rather than create any mora
depoeltortee the atata treasurer concluded
to run tha nak of bavin a. Urge amount
of money on hand.
laveetla-atlaa; Soldiers Ileaae.
The Plate Board of Public Lands and
Buildings will to to Grand Island next
week to Investigate the report of Inmate
of the home that the Institution la not
properly conducted and that foods delivered
to the home are not alwaya In accordance
1 with tha contract. Governor Shallenberger,
) at hia own request, will accompany the
board and take part In the Investigation.
For several weeks members of the home
hare bean making complaint and on one
occasion the governor made aa lirvMti (ra
tion and seemed to think tha trouble was
in soma of tha Subordinate trying to
MODERN MEDICAL METHODS
Medical Progress Demands that
Physicians Change Old
The Canae of Disease Is Row Elimi
nated laatratd of Treating
All sciences have abown remarkable
strides during tha last decade, hied leal
reeearch In the wonderful universities,
maintained by tha government and by
the world's rich man. have spared no
palna nor expense In thla search for the
actual cause of each disease or ailment
to which man is subject. The theory
theae great scientists worked upon waa
that If tha cause of any die eases were
removed all further, trouble would ba
stopped. This Is quite right.
Scientists are still delving Into the
mysteries of human ailments going still
further than simply endeavoring to re
move the causa of a disease and are try
ing to prevent ita occurence altogether.
If conditions could bo made Ideal and
tha efforts of these great men in their
new work accomplished there la no rea
son why man should not live to be hun
dreds of years old. But that's another
Thla article will deal with the work
of the Austro-American Doctors, who are
located at aultea 421 and 430 Ramga
Block, opposite the Orpbeum Theatre, at
16th and Harney streets, in Omaha. Out
of-town patients are advised to take tha
Harney atreet car, which takes one, from
the depot, directly to the offices at IStn
and Harney street
The Austro-American Doctors are a
great organisation headed by Doctor
Theodore Mllen, who la chief of staff
and assisted by four eminent specialists.
This organisation successfully treats
dlseaaea of the Blood. Skin, Nerves. Par
alysis. Liver, Lungs, Kidneys, Gall Stones,
Rheumatism. Piles. Asthma, Heart and
dlseaaea of men and women, by removing
all cause at the various troubles, ao that
they wlU not return, and not by aimleealy
treating their after effects. Strict pri
vacy may be had by both men and wo
men, la fact, the offices are arranged
so that the specialists for women ara la
entirely separate Quarters from where
the speeiallsta for men ara consulted.
Doctor MUen haa had more than thirty
years' of experience in thla kind of work
and he personally advises la tha treat
meat of every case. No charge is over
made for consultation and advice, but a
case will never be accepted If there Is
any doubt of a cure being given.
Secure First so. Eest Pickinj
Suppose you drop In today and select
your Fall attire, while the assortment of
Fall and Wlater fabrics la at iU best, and
before tha rush season la la full swing.
It's better for you and for us. The beat
of this season's fabrics are here la
variety enough to suit the most exacting
It'a a good plan to make the other follow
pick after you.
Ppecial MEDICM WEIGHT fabric
for oar! Fall wearUf-
TrecjtrjUti J12Ssitj 525 li $50
WILLIAM JTavRRKMS SOXS.
SO-ll So. IS 64.
manage the Institution instead of taking
orders from tha superintendent.
Freight ea laterwrfca.
A representative of the Nebraska Trac
tion and Power company of Omaha called
upon the Railway coram iami on this morning
to dlacues the question of rates to be
charged for doing aa express basin on
Ha Una. The company intends to do aa
Interurbaa business and In eonneetloa
therewith It desires to haul freight and
Sspreaae Cemrt Offices Beady.
The offices for the judges of tha supreme
court, constructed on the third floor of
the state house out of tha U.0OS appro
priated by the late legislature, have been
completed and today the libraries of the
members of the ben oh were removed to
the new room Tha new offices were on
the north side of tha building, ranged
along a ball, entrance to which Is from
the large corridor. la front of tha en
trance Is tha room to be occupied by tha
stenographers of Judge Dean and Judge
Rose. Back of this room Is the office of
Judge Dean. West of Judge Dean's Is the
office of Judge Barnes and south of that
off! os Is the room to be occupied by
Judge Fawcett. Between tha two Is the
room for the stenographers. Xast of tha
office of Judge Peaa Is that of Judge
Roee and south of this office Is that of
Judge Let too and a room tor his stenogra
pher. Chief-Justice Beeae baa his office
la the large consultation room.
This arrangement leaves tha next legis
lature with two engrossing and enrolling
rooms and one committee room. The of
fices of the Judges have been fixed up per
manently and as tha tegiatarure ordered
them prepared by law, the next legislature
wtU have to go elsewhere for eacnmtttee
rooms or met la the senate chamber and
representative hall following or before ses
sions, Tha offices ef tha labor commis
sioner and the state engineer are always
used for engrossing and this leaves only
the offloee of the state veterinarian and
oierk of the Board of Chart tiea and Cor
rection available for legialaUra purposes.
The Judges of the supremo eourt next year
will become part of the state bouse lobby
for the reconstruction of the old elevator
which went out of business soma eighteen
Demurrage Rate Works WelL
The State Railway commission haa re
ceived a report of the California commis
sion to the effect that tha recent order
making a PS demurrage charge per car
had been very satisfactory compared with
the old rate of fl. The commission said
the higher rate discouraged the practice
of shippers unloading from a car for a
profit, and thna keeping the ear tied up,
and It also Inspired the shipper to get the
car unloaded as rapidly as possible. Both
shippers and railroads, the report said.
were satisfied with the sew rata.
User Day Plemle Off.
The Labor day plenlo had to bo called
off on account of tha rain. It had been
arranged to hold the pkenio at Capital
beach. VI ins Mary EL McDowell of Chi
cago, the speaker of the day, laat night
at St. Paul church urged the church to
get behind tha labor unions and pull for
a six-day week for the traction employes
and to secure better pay for the girls em
ployed here in factories. T Jncoln. Miss
McDowell said, paid Ita employes lass than
any town of Its alse she knew about, and
the city waa being retarded la Its growth
by the high prices for living aad low wages
The first meeting of the Pioneer's assoe
istloo of Nebraska was held at University
Temple tonight with. Jaase B. Strode. Dr.
Porter C Johnson. Jp Bjram-Basil aad
A. L. Blxby as speakers. Tomorrow Gov
ernor Shallenberger, Alias W. Field and
J. H. Culver are the speak eta.
Rata 21 Ita Fair Hard.
The rain hit tha state fair in the eye
today, but tha management baa hopes that
the sun would shins aad the crowds would
come and the receipts ptie up before the
end of the week. The races had to be
postponed and tha outdoor exercises bad
to be omitted from the program, but In the
big stock pavilion the judging went on
regardlesa of the weather. Both the re
publican and democratic state headquar
ters were vacant, none of the officials
having the courage to sit out In the tent
and wait for tha clouds to roll by. The
band concerts were given Just the same and
those - people who braved tha rain felt
repaid for their trouble and discomfort.
A little spell of sunshine, the officials say
will make everything right. The attend
ance was S.SS&, as' compared with B.577
laat year on opening day.
Hew A beat the Owlet
Auditor Barton has received information
that the Fraternal Order of Owls of ' In
diana is organising lodges in Nebraska
without first having applied to tha insur
ance department for a license or permit.
Should the company not do aa Insurance
business It does not require the license
and neither would there be any stats
supervision of Its affairs. Mr. Barton haa
received a letter from the Insurance de
partment of Indiana that the company la
not licensed by that department.
retamaaaaaaat bars Slow.
Because of the slownees with which
Commandant Barnes of Grand Island cer
tifies to tha amount of money due the
soldiers for money paid Into the home.
Auditor Barton probably will pay the
claims without waiting on tha command
ant. Accountant Tulleys has checked up
the books of tha home and haa a record
of these payments and as the soldiers are
anxious to get their money tha auditor
will help them out.
Ceek at Mlllsr Retire.
J. D. Hamilton, until recently cook at
the Soldiers' . home at Milford, has been
retired by order of Commandant Rowden
and Mr. Hamilton certainly retired under
f Ira The fire consisted of three saucer
and two bowls burled with tailing effect
and wonderful accuracy by Mrs. C C
Miles, matron of tha home. So accurate
waa her throwing that whan Hamilton
called at tha office of the governor he
wore conspicuoualy ona black, eye. a little
swollen, a cut beneath that optic and a
cut over tha bridge of his nose. The in
Juries Mr. Hamilton exhibited himself at
the atata house while the first part of
the story waa brought to the stale house
by a member of the home.
Mrs. Miles took Hamlltoa to task for
falling to get Colonel Rowden'a dinner
ready when she thought It ahould be
served. She expressed herself so forcibly
that finally har temper rose to such
heights that she let fly with the tableware
enumerated above and Hamilton retired
very much vanquished- Tbea Colonel Deva
took hlra off the payroll.
In the meantime the cook's voucher had
not been received at tha state house and
ha was here, with his wlfs and daughter.
who also quit the Institution at the same
time, to look after his pay.
QI4-16-IS South Sixteenth Street
BIG SPECIAL SALE SAMPLE FURNITURE
The greatest line and assortment of sample furniture ever offered
to our patrons. Positively the best values ever presented.
3 Big Sample Lines At a Saving of One -Third
SHLE STARTS TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER SEVENTH
Consisting of all the Grand Rapids samples from THE ORINOCO FURNITURE CO., Columbus. Ind.
The largest makers of fine mahogany novelty furniture in this country. A superb showing of
Bed Room Furnltnre--Post beds,
reproductions of Antique and Colonial pieces.
Library Tables An unusual show
ing in large and medium sizes.
Work Tables The Orinoco Furniture
Co. are makers of the largest and choicest line
in the country all go in this sale.
Parlor Tables In plain and inlaid
designs; square, oval and round tops, all sizes.
Serving Trays About 40 patterns to
choose from, in Mahogany, plain and inlaid.
Candlesticks In Mahognay very
pretty and novel pieces.
Consol Tables and Mirrors, all in
choicest designs in solid Mahogany.
Dower Chests All the latest designs.
Trays on stands, also book
Novelty Pieces--Mahogany fern
dishes, costumers, stationery racks, French
writing tables, etc.
rarwser Cwaasarta alelae.
UXWOOD, Neb. Sept. 1 (Special)
Jasef Barcai. aged as out so. a prosperous
farmer aad an old resident. Urine; two
miles southwest of here, committed eul
tide Sunday between I and I o'clock In
the afternoon by hangitig himself to a tree
near his noma, Na causa for tha deed
Sample Line of Pretty Parlor Pieces
from the Valentine Seaver Co., Chicago, 111.
making the largest line of attractive popular price parlor suites, chairs, and rock
ers in loose cushion effects. This entire sample line on sale at a saving of at least 4
Arts and rafts Furniture
The Sample Line of the H. C. DEXTER CHAIR CO., Black River, N. Y.
This is a display extraordinary and represents all the samples shown by Dexter
&Co. at the Grand Rapids Furniture Exposition. Chairs, Settees. Rockers, all in
fumed oak, Spanish leather upholstered, only one of a pattern and you save a third.
The above sample lines are in our judgment the best sample purchases we have
ever made. This sale certainly offers wonderful bargains and that too at the very beginning of the
fall season. Prices in this sale are one-third less than regular. Think what a great opportunity this
this sale offers. Commencing Tuesday Morning, Sept. 7tn.
Officer. Elected and Lincoln Cnoten
as Place for Holding- Next
COLUMBUS, Neb.. Sept. t (Special Tel
egram.) The seventh annual state con
reotlon of the Nebraska rural carriers
was held at the Young Men's Christian
ociatlon building in this city today, and
was attended by about IS carriers and
their wives. The aession occupied the
larger portion of the day and speeches
were made by United States Senator E.
J. Burkett. Postmaster E. R. Slier of Lin
coln, Postmaster Carl Kramer of thia
city and Postofflce Inspector L. A- Thomp
son, who was present aa a representative
of the Postofflce department.
The following officers of the state as-
aociatlon were elected: J. H. Talbot of
Table Rock, president; II. B. Reed of
Columbus, vice president; C. A. Martin of
Cheney, aecretary; F. W. Wheeler of Hast
ings, treasurer. Delegates to the national
convention at Rochester. N. T.: C. B.
Barber of Rtromsburg. Neb.; C. A. Mar
tin of Cheney and O. J. Bleekman of
The next state convention will be held
John R- Brock of this city was elected
a delegate to the good roads convention.
tees rendered la both tngtlsh aad Oerwen.
Other building improvements beeran and
of recent completion: T. chretber, brick
Implement bouse; Meier Clothing company,
addition; R. Work, machine ah op, and a
number of new residences. An addition
In the west end residence district, ta be
known as the Otner Endey addition, waa
platted last week and lot sales made ta
be Improved at once.
eated Wednesday with appropriate exer
cises. A cooaert by the Weston band will
be given both afternoon and evening. The
county candidates will be present to take
mEMOXT WORKERS CELEBRATE
IasproTesaeata at Wlsaer.
WISXER. Neb.. Sept. I (Special.) Ths
St. Paul Lutheran congregation baa a new
church building In course of construction.
to be completed about October 1. The
dedication services will be attended by a
number of visiting pastors and the senr-
One of the advantages
of Q rape-Nuts food is that
, it is pre-digested in the pro
cess of manufacture.
The starch contained in
the wheat and barley is
transformed into grape-sugar
by exactly the same meth
od as this process is carried
on in the human body, that
is, by the use of moisture
and long exposure to mod
erate warmth- This grows
the diastase in the grains,
then long baking completes
the remarkable change from
starch to grape-sugar.
Therefore, the most deli
cate stomach can handle
Grape-Nuts and the food is
quickly absorbed into the
blood and tissue certain
parts of it going directly to
build and nourish the brain
and nerve centres.
"There's a Reason"
RAI5T SPOILS CARNIVAL WIIDTP
Display ef 1. 1 -re Stack at Plattssaaath
Show Is Flae.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Sept. s (Spe
cial.) The Pis Us mouth Merchants' car
nival, given under the auspices of the
Commerclsl club, dosed this evening after
a rainy day. The moisture was much ap
preciated by all, but it put a damper on
the Labor day exercises. The Burlington
shops were closed, aa ware also almost
all other places of business and tba post-office.
On live stock day the parade of horses
and cattle was fine. C. Ben gen of Mynard
captured the flrse prise on Hereford; Luke
L. Wiles was awarded the first prise on his
Red Poll bull -Closson;" T. E. ParmHe
received the blue ribbon for his Jersey
cow; Henry Hlrx waa awarded the first
prise on bis black Galloway heifer; John
Tritsch drew a blue ribbon for hi Durham
herd; Elbert Wiles received several
prises on his herd of Shorthorns. George
A. Kaffenberger waa a close second with
his fine Hereford bull. "Gentry" Ex
Senator S. L. Thomas had a clean sweep
on his Poll Durhama
J. W. Sage won first prise end sweep
stskes on his reartstered Percheron and
coach stallions. Peter Mumm won first
sweepstakea on his fine registered Belgian
mare. William Gilmore won first on his
Sbetlsnda Best driving team. Philip E.
Becker; second. Albert Wiles. Best single
driver, Ralph Wiles; second. 8. O. Smith.
Best draft team. J. E. Hanna; second. Ray
Chriswelsser. Prises were awarded on
hogs, poultry, corn and other cereals.
Iaterferes, hat Does Hat
Leber Day Okwrrssre.
FREMONT. Neb., Sept. 1 Special.)
Rain and mud prevented what would have
been the most elaborate celebration of
Labor day ever held here. In spite of
the weather there mas a parade at 11
o'clock. The Leather workers. Carpenters.
Clgarmakers. Barbers, Bookbinders, Brew
ers, Electrical workers" unions snd the
fire department were In line. The Elec
trical Workers had sn attractive float.
the State university of Ne-
orougm suit in me district court here to
collect a note ef 1214 40. dated Slav iS
and signed by James C. Dahlman cf
Nearly .11 the business houses had float, j summon, w.," Served on 'siavcr
ready, but only a few were brought out ; Lahlman.
the ground la thoroughly soaked. This
makes about 18 Inches of water Inside a
HARVARD A rain began laat evening,
continuing at Intervals during the night
and for the last three hours s continuous
heavy fail baa come, with Indications to
continue all day.
WEST POINT Prof. Hun Rrnecker whn
haa been the principal of the parochial i rrs-
echool of 8t. Charles for the last two For
years has been elected prinicpal of the
public schools of Fordyce. Neb.
WEST POINT-Mrs. Will Brook Is in
West Point vi.!tlnK her mother. Mrs, A
Langer. Prof, and Mra. Brooks have int sibly Wednesday: warmer Tuesdav.
returned from a years' sojourn In Germany. For Wyoming Partly cloudy Tuesday
uv, v in v. i i-m pi lias is-ri i ut' ihl 1 1 ;i r lor i
WASHINGTON. Sept 1-Poreeast of the
weather for Tuesday and Wednesdays -
For Nebraska and Kansas Partly cloody
Tuesday and Wednesday; probably show-
Iowa and Missouri Partly cioodT
Tuesday and Wednesday; showera
For Colorado Showers Tuesday and
and Wednesday; probably showers In south
! and west portions; warmer Tueaday.
Peters have ror tJln L'aKora jeneraiiy rair Tnes
aay ana nraneeasy; warmer lueaaay.
Temperatures at Omaha yesterday:
Lla-atalaa- Strikes Beardlaa Hease.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Sejt. .- Special. )
During the electrical storm which accom
panied the rain, lightning struck tha
Enoch house, one of the landmarks ef the
city, and did much damage to the roof.
Fortunately. It did not set fire to the
structure, snd none of the Inmstes, all
of whom were sleeping, was hurt. The
Enoch house wss formerly the leading
hotel of the city, but Is now operated as
a boarding house by J. O. Simmons and
on account of tbe rain. John Costello of
the Electrical Workers was marshal. Ex
ercises were held at the opera house, which
was well filled. Frank Dolexal of this
city spoke on what had been Accomplished
by union labor and the necessity of organi
sation among laboring men. Music waa
furnished by Covait's band of Council
Bluffs. Rev. I. W. Corey of the Baptist
church delivered the Invication and the
benediction was by Rev. W. H. Buss of
tha Congregational church. The after
noon base ball game was declared off.
This evening a ball waa given under the
auspices of the unions at Masonic hail,
which was appropriately decorated for the
tu'rday nishu One Inch of rain fell here by 'llo. three
nday night and it is still raining. i " YoT mni
. " . two daughters.
w.brm. ks Newa Notes,
LIN WOOD A light froat occurred here
WEST POINT Edward Gerken. a Cum
lng county teacher haa been elected princi
pal of the public schools at Grafton, Knox
GENEVA The building In which the
Gasetle office Is took fire In the second
story Saturday, and quite a little damage
from water and fire together was dona
GENEVA An Inch and a quarter of rain
fell Sunday night and thia morning, aeM
REPUBLICAN CITT-Lawrence Freer,
who resided on a farm three miles north
west of this city with his son. died very
suddenly yesterday with heart trouble. He
came to thia city In 1ST from Pennsy).
vania and haa made this his home ever
since. He was 7S years old. One son snd
a brother survive him.
SH ELTON Another splendid rain fell
here this morning mhlch Is the second
downpour during the last week and this
will soak the ground in good shape and
farmers will now sow thousands of acres
of fall wheat. Although August was a
dry month many farmers had their ground
plowed and were waiting for moieture be
fore beginning their fall sowing.
PLATTSMOUTH The funeral services
T . . ... , yemrs:
. .ernuon. ine aeceasea nas resided in this M.iimnm temnermtne.
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cvw'TnT1 Cr" THB RATHER BTTREAn.
OMAHA. Sept. 1 -Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
1). 19TK. IMS.
bT.r,!:"'n s 5 5
I until, the e.o of the war. He Is survived "'''l'.''. .'.
ree sons, lienjamln and Guy
ina r.vereue in Omaha and
UKbters. Mrs. Hell lisn .
uniana ana Mrs. Lrftulse Uutton of Uni
Moet Wssserfsl Hrallaa-.
After suffering many years with s. sore.
Amos King, Port Byron, N. T.. was cured
by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 2Sc Sold by
Beaton Drug Co.
Temperature and nrectnitatln 1rwM hum.
from the normal at Omaha sine March L.
and compared aith the laat lw yearsi
Normal temperature, degrees el
Deficiency for the day. decrees .. .
Total deficiency since March L degrees.. lid
Normal precipitation n Dcb
Fxreaa for the day M larh
Total rainfall since March l. .21.11 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 l.n laches
Deficiency for oor. period. lSOt 1 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 1SW7 Inches
T indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELeiU. Local JToreeastetw
Live Stock Shew.
WISXER, Neb.. Sept. 1 Special. VTh
Seventh annual exhibit of . the Wlsner
Live Stock Show and Agricultural asso
ciation a ill be held September 14. IS and
K. The registration of stock for the
show this year is larger than usual and
each department is provided with a special
superintendent. There will be music and
lecture features, base ball and special
amusements by the Walter Savage com
pany each day during the exhibition.
Xrllsa Maa Arrested.
SIDNEY, Neb.. Sept. a (Special Tele
gram.) Sheriff McDaniei today arrested
Lee Weibn, on the strength of a telegram
received from Sheriff John D. Miller of
Nellgh, Neb. Weihn is wanted for dispos
ing of mortgaged property.
Bla Rata at Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb- Sept. C (Special Tele
gram.) One of the heaviest rains of the
season fell here today. The rainfall Is
estimated at two inches and the ground
haa received a thorough soaking.
Dedleevte Sw riayhawae.
WXSTON. Neb-. Sept. i. (Special V
Ka vac da new opera house wUi ba dedi-
1 a lew
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